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Gift AidFor years we have been listing events which are held locally to help raise funds for our discrete charity whilst failing to give you a simple and immediate way to contribute. If you are a UK taxpayer, you may request the government to add, from their account not yours, an additional 25% on top of the amount you specify using this Gift Aid form. Simply download, fill in and return to us with your cheque. And thank you. Homeopathic consultations are also available from Neil, a qualified practitioner.
What is Homeopathy?Homeopathic medicines have been used for over two hundred years in treating ailments serious and minor, acute and chronic, physical and emotional. Homeopathic medicines, called remedies, work by stimulating the body’s own healing power, encouraging the body to behave in a more healthy way.
They are safe, gentle, non-addictive and are complementary to orthodox medicines. Homeopathy is holistic, that is, it treats the whole person not just the symptoms and can also play an important part in preventing disease. The concept has been known since Hippocrates in 450BCE, and has been further developed down the ages including full scientific elucidation by Dr Samuel Hahnemann.
Why is a Christian priest practising it?For over forty years I have been attentively listening to people’s upsets. For an equally long time I have had the benefit of homeopathic remedies for minor – and occasionally not so minor – ailments. Eventually the light dawned on me that the prayerful concentration needed for pastoral counselling could also be used in finding homeopathic remedies for others.
I studied hard and qualified as a homeopath in 2002. Remembering that Jesus cared for the physical well-being of his followers as well as their souls, the prescribing of a remedy is, for me, as sacramental an act as giving a blessing. Download a leaflet on Homeopathic Treatment. Watch a video on how homeopathy works.
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