Inspiring Homeopathy : Treatment of Universal Layers

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English
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Publisher
Emryss
Author(s) Tinus Smits
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Inspiring Homeopathy is the final legacy of a brilliant homeopath. In it, Dr. Tinus Smits shares his vision that homeopathy can address the universal human experiences of coming into incarnation from the world of spirit. These universal layers include coming into the body; feeling unconditional mother love or not, feeling abandoned, unworthy and insecure; and staying centered within ourselves while maintaining our oneness with the universe.

The layers also include common issues such as the trauma of abuse, and of the abused who may in turn become an abuser. Each of these seven layers can be resolved by a single remedy; and as one layer resolves, another one often emerges. This makes Inspiring Homeopathy a simple system to heal some of the deepest issues our clients face.

Tinus sheds new light on some classic remedies, such as Rhus tox, which already has the delusion he will be murdered. In Tinus system, Rhus tox helps heal every imaginable trauma, from sexual abuse and incest to torture, imprisonment and violence. He also developed a new form of mothers milk Lac maternum, which expands on the floating sensation typical of milks to become the remedy for groundedness.

Inspiring Homeopathy introduces new remedies so useful they may become modern polychrests. Vernix caseosa, made from the waxy substance protecting a newborns skin, has quickly become a widely used remedy for hypersensitives, for people with porous energetic boundaries, and for practitioners to protect themselves from their clients energies.

Inspiring Homeopathy is also a frequent component of CEASE therapy, Tinus brilliant method for reversing autism by systematically detoxifying vaccines, medications and environmental toxins. In this protocol, an Inspiring remedy often alternates with the detox remedies.

Homeopathy in the 21st century is becoming not only a system of medicine to treat pathology, but much more an energetic support for the transcendent journey of spiritual growth. Inspiring Homeopathy is a powerful expression of that vision.
Begabati Lennihan, RN, CCH
More Information
SubtitleTreatment of Universal Layers
ISBN9789076189000
AuthorTinus Smits
TypeHardback
LanguageEnglish
Publication date2013
Pages276
PublisherEmryss
Review

This book review is reprinted from Volume 31, Number 1 , Year 2012 edition of The Homeopath

Reviewed by Teresa Moore Teresa lives and practices in North Somerset. She also arranges CPD training and is a member of the Steering Group for the SW Homeopathic Group where she writes the newsletter.

From his many years of experience Tinus found that, while individual remedies (as he refers to classical homeopathy) were most certainly helpful, and often curative, some patients required treatment for layers, which may have been acquired accidentally ie by vaccination, trauma, grief, fright etc or may be Universal, ie relating to the process that every human being has to go through to reconnect with his center or Higher Self.

The term Inspiring Homeopathy, came from the Greek root of spiralling into the centre, about inspiring, to inhale, our first physical act at birth, and also the inspiration from the self and the Cosmos, being one and the same. His view was that often patients were involved in the process of growth and spiritual development rather than just the achievement of a stable healthy state. He recognized a common sequence and devised the Universal Layers concept to assist their progression.

The book is in 2 parts - the theory and the layers with associated remedies: - Carcinosinum (15T - the remedy is made from 15 different tumors). Cuprum metallicum, Carcinosinum cum Cuprum (all these around lack of confidence) - Saccharum officinale (lack of self love) - Lac maternum (lack of incarnation) - Vernix caseosa (lack of protection) - Rhus toxicodendron (victimized forever) -Anacardium orientale (good or bad) - Hydrogenium (disconnection from the soul). This doesn't mean that patients need go through the whole series but he did find that after a period of time on say Saccharum the next -remedy to show itself was very likely to be lac maternum. Although aimed generally for animals, the focus and case studies in the book concern mainly cats and dogs as pets. As an animal resource therefore the book would have limited usefulness.

Tinus is very thorough in his analysis of his cases, of which there are many examples in the book. He tried and tested his theories for reliability and was keen to confirm and refine proving symptoms with clinical evidence from his practice. He is very clear about potency and repetition of doses. He is also clear about how to recognize when a remedy has been suppressive rather than progressing towards cure.

The Materia Medica is laid out as an essence followed by cases and a synthesis of rubrics and expands on some remedies that are very well known but which he prescribes in perhaps less familiar circumstances such as Rhus toxicodendron where the patient has experienced deep trauma in this or a previous life. When sugar consumption in Europe is an average of 50 to 60 kgs a head (that's about 9 stone in old money!) Saccharum definitely deserves a closer look with its behavioral and eating problems, as does Vernix (from the sebum of 10 different newborns) with its hypersensitivity.

However he does note that resonance with the patient is vital and for this the homeopath must be making progress with their own self / spiritual development in order to recognize where the patient is on their journey through the layers. He did also observe that other practitioners may help a patient with a remedy different to one that's obvious to him, so this concept may suit only some practitioners. However if you have stuck cases (and who doesn't?) you may find Universal Layers can help. I'm looking forward to becoming familiar with the remedies and adding this approach to the other tools in my toolkit.

Review

This book review is reprinted from Volume 31, Number 1 , Year 2012 edition of The Homeopath

Reviewed by Teresa Moore Teresa lives and practices in North Somerset. She also arranges CPD training and is a member of the Steering Group for the SW Homeopathic Group where she writes the newsletter.

From his many years of experience Tinus found that, while individual remedies (as he refers to classical homeopathy) were most certainly helpful, and often curative, some patients required treatment for layers, which may have been acquired accidentally ie by vaccination, trauma, grief, fright etc or may be Universal, ie relating to the process that every human being has to go through to reconnect with his center or Higher Self.

The term Inspiring Homeopathy, came from the Greek root of spiralling into the centre, about inspiring, to inhale, our first physical act at birth, and also the inspiration from the self and the Cosmos, being one and the same. His view was that often patients were involved in the process of growth and spiritual development rather than just the achievement of a stable healthy state. He recognized a common sequence and devised the Universal Layers concept to assist their progression.

The book is in 2 parts - the theory and the layers with associated remedies: - Carcinosinum (15T - the remedy is made from 15 different tumors). Cuprum metallicum, Carcinosinum cum Cuprum (all these around lack of confidence) - Saccharum officinale (lack of self love) - Lac maternum (lack of incarnation) - Vernix caseosa (lack of protection) - Rhus toxicodendron (victimized forever) -Anacardium orientale (good or bad) - Hydrogenium (disconnection from the soul). This doesn't mean that patients need go through the whole series but he did find that after a period of time on say Saccharum the next -remedy to show itself was very likely to be lac maternum. Although aimed generally for animals, the focus and case studies in the book concern mainly cats and dogs as pets. As an animal resource therefore the book would have limited usefulness.

Tinus is very thorough in his analysis of his cases, of which there are many examples in the book. He tried and tested his theories for reliability and was keen to confirm and refine proving symptoms with clinical evidence from his practice. He is very clear about potency and repetition of doses. He is also clear about how to recognize when a remedy has been suppressive rather than progressing towards cure.

The Materia Medica is laid out as an essence followed by cases and a synthesis of rubrics and expands on some remedies that are very well known but which he prescribes in perhaps less familiar circumstances such as Rhus toxicodendron where the patient has experienced deep trauma in this or a previous life. When sugar consumption in Europe is an average of 50 to 60 kgs a head (that's about 9 stone in old money!) Saccharum definitely deserves a closer look with its behavioral and eating problems, as does Vernix (from the sebum of 10 different newborns) with its hypersensitivity.

However he does note that resonance with the patient is vital and for this the homeopath must be making progress with their own self / spiritual development in order to recognize where the patient is on their journey through the layers. He did also observe that other practitioners may help a patient with a remedy different to one that's obvious to him, so this concept may suit only some practitioners. However if you have stuck cases (and who doesn't?) you may find Universal Layers can help. I'm looking forward to becoming familiar with the remedies and adding this approach to the other tools in my toolkit.