Family Dynamis and Remedy Relationships Luc De Schepper, MD, PhD

This day long seminar gives the attendant several new looks at comprehending his patient better through using easy to understand Jungian principles. This practical clinical lecture consists of topics that will be enhanced by clinical examples. • T The Role of The Core Delusion When we speak of Core Delusion (CD) we must define it by examining Carl Jung’s extensive studies about its role in the process of disease development. Every person has a core delusion and finding the simillimum will be examined as well as finding the CD in the client through clinical examples. There is no better way of getting to know how to translate the language of the patient into the language of the repertory. • Jung and Changes in Men and Women in their Conscious Functions and Their Effects on the Family Much as Hippocrates and Hahnemann, Jung had his own system of classifying patients. We will examine how we can communicate better with our patients, how to understand them better and what role these functions play in the family dynamis. • T The Kali-c Mother and the Dynamis in the Family By examining the different miasmatic phases (psoric, sycotic and syphilitic) the homeopath will have a full understanding of the variations encountered in the practice and their effects on the family. • T The Lycopodium Father and the Dynamis in the Family There is no one who is more difficult to be discovered than the chameleon Lycopodium due to his extensive Persona. Believe it or not, it is one of the most under-prescribed remedies in practice, for children and adults alike. It is the Lycopodium father who usually is responsible for creating a chain of Lycopodium personalities in the next generation. In this lecture we are able to see what the Lycopodium person really thinks thanks to the use of Jung’s CD, the etiology and the inevitable compensations.