Principles of Homeopathic Prescribing | Modus Foundation
- Modules 13
- Quizzes 13
- Duration 5 Hrs 15 Minutes
- Language English
Module 1 : The Concept of Sapere Aude
Dr Harsh explains Sapere – Aude urging you to make a beginning and dares you to become liberated intellectually by using reasoned argument. He emphasizes that the best tool to heal suffering humanity is Homoeopathy “reloaded” and adapted to modern clinical medicine.
Module 2 : Structure of The Organon
In this module Dr. Harsh emphasizes that “the Organon” is not a book of philosophy. He explains that it is a structured guide to homoeopathic clinical case management. In this module Dr. Harsh unveils a code of Three (3), the hidden secret of the Organon. He explains that this code of 3 is applicable to every section of the Organon.
Module 3 : The Concept of Vital Force
If you want to understand the concept of vital force as truly envisaged by Hahnemann then dwell deep in this module with Dr. Harsh. He guides you through antiquity to Hahnemann and Kent’s concept of vital force and explaining in the end that vital force is a conceptual controlling principle of life.
Module 4 : The Organization of Human Body
Dr Harsh traces the history of “vitalistic concept” of human form, from Vedic era till Kent’s era. He then clearly, and based on modern Anatomy and physiology, fits the “vitalistic model” of human form with modern embryology, Anatomy and physiology and presents the most updated and scientific concept of Human Organization. He calls it Layers and Levels of Human form. Then he explains the Planes of sickness, finally defining 6 attributes of human organization namely Temperament, Typology, Biological constitution, Heredity, Miasma and Diathesis.
Module 5 : The Concept of Constitution
Dr. Harsh provides a clear cut and deeper understanding of 3 attributes of constitution which are physical constitution i.e. Typology, Grauvogl’s Biological constitution. In the end he differentiates between constitution and diathesis explaining the role of constitution and diathesis in prescribing.
Module 6 : The Concept of Temperament
Dr. Harsh describes how the concept of temperaments has evolved over time and how temperaments should be understood by students and practitioners of Homeopathy.
Module 7A : The Concept of Miasma
This module is dedicated to the evolution of the concept of miasma from Hahnemann to O.A Julian’s time, a span of one and a half century. In the end Dr. Harsh combines all the previous concept of history of miasma into a working model of miasma for modern scientific homoeopath.
Module7B : Understanding Miasma through Immunity
This module will open your eyes to the connection between the miasmatic concept of Hahnemann and the Immune system of the body. Dr Harsh has directly linked 5 miasmas to 5 Hyper-allergic responses of the immune system. Here he also elaborates the “Holistic concept of miasma” and how miasms are hidden causes of disease.
Module 8 : Adapting Homeopathy to Modern Clinical Scenario
This module deals with the phenomenon and causes of disease. It explains the natural history of a chronic disease with Hahnemannian insight. Dr. Harsh gives you Hahnemannian Classification of Diseases and describes its modern interpretation.
Module 9 : The Value of Symptoms
This is a very important module because Dr. Harsh not only gives you a classification of symptoms but also presents to you clear cut definition of Subjective, Objective, Pathogenetic, Pathognomic, Constitutional, Anamnesic , Complete, Characteristic, Concomitant, Grand characteristic and Keynotes symptoms.
On the way through this module Dr. Harsh explains classification and Totality of disease as given to us by Boenninghausen.
Module 10 A : Evolution Of Repertory
An interesting module where Dr Harsh takes you back in time to make it clear how repertories evolved from symptoms to the cataloging of symptoms, thus tracing the evolution of repertories over two centuries. Dr Harsh describes in detail the value of stalwarts including Kent, Boger and Schroyens and their impact on evolution of repertory.
Module 10 B : Structure of Repertory
Dr. Harsh lucidly explains how Kentian Logic gave birth to his structured repertory which eventually ended up being the basis of computer based software repertories.
Module 10 C : Essentials of Successful Repertorisation
This module teaches you a rather simple way of successful repertorisation i.e. to find a correct similimum. Dr. Harsh explains the difference between mechanical and artistic repertorisation as defined by Kent ending with Kentian scheme of Repertorisation and how to make a portrait of disease, as envisaged by Hahnemann.
- Module 1 : The Concept of Sapere Aude
The aim of the Modus programme is the integration of Hahnemannian principles, as presented in the Organon, into modern Homeopathic clinical practice.