Monthly Archives: December 2016

Malas

Many years ago I had the rare pleasure of meeting a genuine friend, in Farokh Master, of Mumbay India and the World.  Those of you who share my homeopathic community likely know Farokh as a brilliant homeopath and teacher of … Continue reading

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So somewhere in there I became a homeopath …

My training in conventional family medicine was thorough, captivating & ultimately disappointing.  I had many wonderful mentors along the way – Larry & Laura Weed; Christopher Smith, a small town doc in rural northern Maine; John Bland; the venerable Lou … Continue reading

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Loons

I’d mentioned that my stroke-time Bardo experience was distinct from both dream and hallucination, and felt it might be worthwhile to recount an hallucination.  Unlike many of my generation, this was not the result of ingested substances, but rather the … Continue reading

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Writers of my Life Story

Some of my favorite writers – as one might guess, from my awkward borrowing of their devices & elements – are:  (this list could go on & on – how could I omit Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, John Gorka, …) … Continue reading

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Biofeedback

One of my excursions in the practice of medicine was into applied psychophysiology & biofeedback.  It began in residency – I was a bearded, Birkenstock-wearing resident who declined to wear a tie with my mandatory white jacket, encouraged to pursue … Continue reading

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