Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Mo Morrish - my hero!

Over the past year the School of Homeopathy and the Homeopathy Action Trust has funded the professional media training of selected homeopaths.

Mani Norland who has been involved with this project says "It was clear to us that the profession needed people who were passionate about homeopathy, good at talking clearly and presenting the facts well. We needed to be compelling, coherent and consistent! In the past homeopathy has not fared well in the media and we need to try and prevent this from happening. Finding great spokespeople is an important aspect of this. We trained eight people, but really we only need one or two who can really represent the voice of the profession."

One of the videos features Mo Morrish who has been an inspiration to me and many other students over the years at the British School of Homoeopathy.

Before getting interesting in homeopathy Mo worked in proper science as a microbiologist and so has a very solid understanding of the science of homeopathy and dilutions as well as the philosophy which he teaches in a brilliant and engaging way.

More of these videos can be viewed on the School of Homeopathy channel on youtube

As well as being a great teacher Mo has also written two books.

Medicine Flows is aimed at homeopathy students and discusses the writings of Samuel Hahnemann and the philosophy of homeopathy. It really gives a simple interpretation of 

The other book Homoeopathy: A Rational Choice in Medicine

 is a very small but information-packed book which answers many of the frequently asked questions about what we do. I have several copies of this one and they are great for anyone who is curious about homeopathy and would like more information, whether they are patients, health professionals or sceptics! Let me know if you would like to borrow a copy.

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