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Discover Your Best Self with 'Inspired Homeopathy'

The Psychology of "Inspired Homeopathy"?

Homeopathy often navigates the corridors of physical ailments naturally, but Tinus Smits, a master homeopath with decades of experience, introduced a unique perspective to homeopathic practice that delves deeper into the existential and emotional fabric of being. His method, dubbed "Inspired Homeopathy: The Universal Layers," offers a profound exploration of the universal layers of human experience—each representing common psychological and spiritual concerns that Smits believed we must address to achieve a complete state of being. It brings the Psychology of Homeopathy to life.

In my life these remedies have been profound, and when I use them in my clients, this sentiment is shared by them also.

Understanding the Universal Layers

Each layer identified by Smits corresponds to a specific set of emotional and existential symptoms that go beyond common physical ailments, suggesting a path to healing through homeopathy.

Lack of Self-Confidence (Carcin.) Deep-seated anxiety about performance and a pervasive fear of failure highlight this layer, often seen in individuals who are harsh self-critics despite outward success.

  1. Lack of Basic Trust (Carcin. cum Cuprum) This layer dives into deeper trust issues, manifesting as anxiety, insecurity, and feeling unprotected, often complicating the ability to build close relationships.

  2. Rigidity and Control (Cuprum Met) Here, compulsive behaviors and a need for control over one's environment and relationships emerge, typically leading to frustration and anger when perfection isn't achieved.

  3. Lack of Love (Sacc. O.) Feelings of emptiness and unworthiness, along with a craving for affection, characterize this layer, indicating a deep need for both self-love and external affection.

  4. Lack of Incarnation (Lac Mat) A profound sense of disconnection from the world and existential depression are key symptoms, suggesting difficulties in feeling fully engaged with life.

  5. Lack of Boundaries (Vernix C) This state is marked by an inability to maintain personal boundaries, often absorbing others' emotions to the point of losing one’s identity.

  6. Old Traumas (Rhus Tox) Past traumas that continue to influence the present, such as fears and nightmares from unresolved events, are central to this layer.

  7. Duality and Guilt (Anacardium Or) A struggle between moral dualities can lead to profound guilt and indecision, often accompanied by self-destructive thoughts.

  8. Paradise Lost (Hydrog.) The existential longing for a lost state of purity and peace, often felt as a deep sadness and spiritual disconnection, defines this layer.

The Impact of Tinus Smits' Work

Smits not only deepened our understanding of homeopathic treatment for emotional and spiritual health but also developed CEASE Therapy, combining classical homeopathy with orthomolecular medicine to treat behavioral disorders. This approach has transformed many lives, including those of children affected by post-vaccine syndromes.

The essence of Smits' work in "Inspiring Homeopathy" is a testament to the power of holistic healing, encouraging a deeper self-awareness and personal growth. Whether you're a practitioner or someone interested in the broader strokes of human emotional health, Smits' insights offer valuable lessons.

Add some Sparkle to your Program

For those intrigued by the intersections of spirituality, psychology, and homeopathy, this work can add a transformative personal experience to your healing journey. These remedies offer a special lift to the spirit that supports a person’s flourishing as they heal; returning inner strength, confidence and clarity to places it may be have become lost over the years.

Homeopathy brings a complimentary benefit to Naturopathic programs, helping people step into the healthiest version of themselves more effortlessly. These remedies have been quite a delight to me in my work, changing lives as they help hearts return to wholeness.

Thanks Tinus.

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