How to Learn Homeopathy – Constitutional Types: Homeopathic “Bodymind” Personalities
By Dana Ullman MPH, CCH
After learning the basics of homeopathy, some people love to study various homeopathic medicines as a way of finding their own and their friends’ constitutional medicine. Although it is not recommended one self-prescribe a constitutional medicine, it is still a useful exercise. The process of reading about the various typologies and of finding the appropriate one is a mixture of detective work, self-discovery, rational analysis, and intuitive assessment.
The Toxic Relationship Book by Jerry M. Kantor (This is a remarkable book that describes the bodymind personality types of everyday people in our families, neighborhoods, workplace, or simply a friend who is toxic to you and others. This book highlights treatments for a toxic boss, a toxic parent, a toxic lover, a toxic friend, and others.
The Soul of Remedies, Rajan Sankaran (Written by one of the most respected homeopaths in the world, this book summarizes the essence of 100 remedies in one or two pages each.)
Homeopathic Remedy Pictures: Studying with Cartoons. Alexander Gothe and Julia Drinnenberg (This is a fun and clever way to learn about many of the most commonly prescribed homeopathic constitutional medicines. Whether you are a student or a practitioner, we all want to enjoy learning. This book is particularly useful for teachers.