As I have time I put together presentations about various topics of interest. They are about homeopathy but within that a variety of subject matter.
All of the recordings can be accessed at Pitcairn Institute. The recordings are listed under “Meeting Resources.” Click to the right of the name of the recording (small icon comes up with arrow) to access the video.
Some of them were done in response to a request by a student group at Cornell School of Veterinary Medicine on a general understanding of homeopathy and these three were presented:
- Discovery of Homeopathy
- History of Homeopathy in the US
- Research in Homeopathy
More recently I did a series on how to use the computer software for homeopathic case work. This is the software from Synergy and includes MacRepertory and ReferenceWorks. These were the presentations:
- MacRepertory – Module 1, Settings and Basic Use
- MacRepertory – Module 2, Palette Use
- MacRepertory – Module 3 – Analysis
- MacRepertory – Module 4 – Graphs (on page 2 of website)
- ReferenceWorks Usage (on page 2 of website)
Currently (late 2017) the series is on the fundamental principles of homeopathic medicine as elucidated by the founder Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. This series is an inquiry into the perspective of Dr. Hahnemann as to the nature of the patient, of disease, and how best to treat it. The extraordinary results seen in homeopathic work points out to our minds that there must be another way to understand these things. There is no way that the principles of homeopathy practice can fit into the materialistic paradigm of contemporary medicine. These meetings are a combination of dialogue and presentation on this, with the purpose of engaging our minds to look into this more deeply. The first meeting, a dialogue with Doug Yearout, homeopathic veterinarian, is:
- Dialogue With Hahnemann 1 (on page 2 of website)
- Dialogue With Hahnemann 2 (on page 2 of website)
No meeting scheduled at this time
HERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOGGING INTO THE MEETING
You will want to see our webcam pictures and, for some meetings, my computer screen, so use your computer, pad, phone or other device to log in to this Online Meeting Link
If you have never used this service, Free Conference Call, before, the first time it will ask you to register with them by putting in your email and to create a password. After you have done that you can download their app for the conference (free) to use on your computer, phone, or other device. After going through this initial step, in the future you will simply click on the link and the app will connect you to future meetings.
To Do The Audio Setting
The next step is to activate the audio function and you have two choices. You can use your phone or you can use your computer if it has built in speakers and microphone. It is usually best to use a headset to prevent feedback of the sound, but you can try it first with just the computer. Sometimes that works all right. It is recommended you use the computer for audio if it can work adequately for you.
On some connections the audio does not come across very well so using a phone is likely to be a better quality sound. Most often this is a bandwidth limitation. It helps to close the other programs on your computer and definitely not having someone else in your home also watching a video at the same time.
When you are logged in (as just described) you will see a little control panel. The next thing is to click on the icon for a telephone and you will see the two choices for audio connection.
Connecting by Phone Instructions (if that your choice).
Dial into the conference:
Dial-in Number: (712) 775-7031 – United States
Access Code: 557-738-362
International Dial-in Numbers are found at this link: International Numbers
Mobile phone use
It is a little different if you are using a phone (android or IOS). To make the connection you may be prompted to download an app that does the video conferencing. If so, then go ahead and do that and follow the instructions from there. (Using a computer does not require downloading anything).
Questions During the Meeting?
If questions come up for you, which is likely, then click on little “thought bubble” icon and type them in to send as a public message. Our moderator will note and collect them. We will take occasional breaks and respond to these as we can.