I am Accepted Homoeopathic Elixir
If you ever say ….. Then you need this formula
“It is hard for me to accept myself.”
“It is hard for me to accept others.”
“I judge myself very harshly.”
“I judge others harshly as well.”
If you ever say ….. Then the ‘I am a Accepted’ Elixir formula is for you.
“It is hard for me to accept myself.”
“It is hard for me to accept others.”
“I judge myself very harshly.”
“I judge others harshly as well.”
Negative perceptions, and exaggerated perception of misfortune.
Physical: yellow pus. Pimples. Tonsillitis. Ulcerated infected throat.
They feel like they have failed themselves.
“I am disappointed with myself.”
Physical: TMJ inflammation.
Natrum sulphuricum (30)
Passive-aggressive. Obstructionist resistance to self-love.
Physical: head injuries. Asthma. Respiratory.
Spiritual: to stop the self-defeatism and self-sabotage. How to accept the self without internal wars, and battles and self-hate.
The potencies used in these complexes range from 30, to 200, to 1M. Each potency chosen is reflective of the nature of the specific elixir, or the complex itself, rather than the traditional understanding of homoeopathic potencies. It is fair to say that the 30 potency targets the mental, emotional, and physical. The 200 potency targets the emotional, and mental, and the 1M potency targets the mental and spiritual blocks.
The related elixir chakra:
The Sacral (naval) chakra: Its colour is orange and is located between the base of the spine and the navel. It represents sexuality, creativity, motivation, and the urge to do things in your life. It’s associated with the Skin, Kidneys, Bladder, Lymphatic System, Circulatory System, Adrenal Glands and Reproductive Organs.
How to use:
Place seven drops under the tongue twice a day (morning and night), or as instructed by your practitioner.
“Sharon Tal has put together an inspirational range of homoeopathic formulas. They target an industry of people seeking emotional, mental, and spiritual affirmation for specific worries which cripple them in life. I feel blessed to be able to provide consultation on these formulas.”
Liz Lalor, Homoeopath
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“Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your health care practitioner. This advice does not replace professional care. These products/these suggestions are for minor ailments only, and are not suitable for the treatment of chronic, serious or ongoing illness.”
The TGA requires kinesiologists to be very clear that kinesiology cannot claim to treat any condition or illness.
What is a Homeopathic Remedy?
“Homeopathy is based on the practice of a substance being used as a medicine that is like the disease that needs to be cured. The founder of homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann, called this the theory of “like cures like.” He discovered the theory of homeopathy by testing Cinchona officinalis. Cinchona officinalis comes from what is commonly known as the quinine tree because its main product or ingredient is quinine. Herbalists had previously considered Cinchona officinalis to be an excellent medicine for feverish states because it provided relief from fever by promoting gentle perspiration. Because Hahnemann was a leading eighteenth-century German chemist and physician he was already familiar with the clinical use of quinine as a treatment for malaria. Hahnemann experimented by ingesting small amounts of quinine bark and discovered that the crude substance produced the same symptoms as the disease malaria. To reduce the toxicity of the crude substance, quinine, Hahnemann experimented with diluting a tincture of Cinchona officinalis.
Hahnemann discovered by diluting Cinchona officinalis, he was able to reduce the toxicity of the crude or raw substance quinine bark. He also found when he diluted and had vigorously shaken the dilution, known as potentizing, he was able to increase the effectiveness or potency of the solution as a medicine. It was this process of both diluting and potentizing that enabled him to discover that the effects grew stronger the more he diluted and potentized the substance. The process of infinitely diluting and potentizing medicines has always been criticized by the scientific world. Homeopathic remedies are diluted and potentized by taking one drop of a solution and adding that one drop to 99 drops of water ad infinitum; up to 6, or 30, or 200, or even a million dilutions. From a conventional chemist’s point of view, a dilution past 12, known as “Avogadro’s number,” or the point of infinity, would have none of the original solution left in the substance. For example, this means that when chemists examine the homeopathic dilution of Arsenicum, derived from the poison arsenic, they will find no trace of the original poison arsenic. Homeopathic remedies are diluted beyond the point of containing any of the original source or substance—for arsenic, then, the important aspect of dilution is when a homeopathic remedy is made from arsenic, it is no longer arsenic.
The magazine New Scientist[i] recently reported an amazing discovery in support of the original findings of Hahnemann and the experience of homeopaths for centuries. The article is based on the findings of two Korean chemists who discovered in the process of diluting solutions in water that the molecules behaved the opposite to the belief systems that conventional chemistry has always had. Dissolved molecules are assumed to spread farther apart in the dilution process. The two chemists discovered that they do the opposite. Because the molecules do in fact clump together, it throws light on the belief that homeopaths have always had that the water has a memory of the original substance and the solution does indeed become more potent the higher the dilution is. This book is not intended to prove the foundation of homeopathy; rather, it is enough to note that new scientific and medical discoveries are always being made, and skeptics who have easily dismissed homeopathy on the basis that the remedy dilutions are too extreme to have any effect or potency as a medicine must now confront their own skepticism.
The remedy prescribed in a homeopathic consultation is one that matches, or is most “like,” the mental and emotional characteristics, as well as the physical characteristics, of the patient. All the symptoms that a patient describes in a homeopathic consultation are cross-checked and confirmed in a homeopathic book known as the repertory. A repertory has been compiled from what is referred to in homeopathy as provings. The first proving was when Hahnemann discovered that Cinchona officinalis as a diluted substance produced symptoms in a healthy person that matched the disease malaria. The repertory contains case notes and observations of hundreds of homeopaths over two centuries of practice. Homeopaths believe that the effect of the homeopathic remedy mirrors the effect of a crude overdosing or poisoning. Because it is important to understand the crude substances that are used for homeopathic medicines, the repertory also contains extensive clinical toxicological reports that can be used for reference material on toxicology. The process of adding to the repertory is an ongoing study based on clinical observations of provings by homeopaths of today.
The most simple of dilutions in my practice that confirm the theory of “like cures like” is the homeopathic use of the remedy Allium cepa, a dilution of red onion. This is a common homeopathic medicine used for the symptoms of hay fever and runny eyes caused by various allergic reactions. The effects of cutting an onion are most like the symptoms of the hay fever sufferer. I prescribe the homeopathic remedy Allium cepa on the basis of matching the symptoms to the effect of cutting an onion in a healthy person. This is an example of a simple case of a proving. The provings of homeopathic medicines are based on historical recordings that prove efficacy—in this case, if onion cutting causes the eyes to water in a healthy person, as a diluted and potentized substance it will cure the unhealthy person of the same watery eyes. It is easy to understand this process as being similar in theory, although it is dissimilar in practice, to the effects or process involved in conventional allopathic vaccination. It is the diluting and potentizing of substances that distinguishes homeopathy from the conventional medical application and effects of allopathic vaccination.
The original substances that homeopathic remedies were made from were varied. Remedies were made from plants, minerals, animals, chemicals, and even diseased tissues. In the constitutional summaries section of this book, the description of each constitutional type begins with the origins of the remedy. This section is very interesting and important to read because it will give you an understanding of the substance the homeopathic remedy is derived from. Homeopathic constitutional understanding is based on understanding the nature and characteristics of the substance that was used to make the remedy.” Pp. 7-10 A Homeopathic Guide to Partnership and Compatibility. Liz Lalor. Publisher: North Atlantic Books Berkeley, California.
@note:[i] The article is in Volume 172, issue 2316, November 10, 2001, page 4. The article is written by Andy Coglan and is titled “Is this the trick that proves homeopathy isn’t hokum?”
The Homoeopathic Wellbeing Range
The Homoeopathic Wellbeing Range: Complexes by Sharon Tal
In homoeopathy there are single use elixers traditionally prescribed by ‘Constitutional’ homoeopaths, and complexes. Complexes are traditionally used in many European countries. Complexes are a specific range of elixers which are selected on the basis that firstly they are compatible with each other, and secondly on the basis of having a symbiosis, or theme. The advantage of having a symbiotic relationship to each other means that the elixers can target several layers within a specific area.
For example, in the formula ‘Accepted’ the self-effacing nature of Lac-equinum which allows them to feel trapped by their harsh judgement of themselves is aided by the elixer Calcarea sulphuricum who perceive misfortune. Furthermore, adding Natrum sulphuricum who suffer obstructionist resistance to self-acceptance and love, completes a powerful trio of remedies targeting self-acceptance.
[Sharon Tal has provided the formulas and the potencies of each of the healing complexes. In theory it is possible to be copied however…… what can never be copied is the blessings, incantations and prayers performed by Sharon herself for each formula.]
The elixer colours and the chakras.
As you can notice each of the elixer labels have different colour.
Each colour relates to a specific area that is called chakra. What is a chakra you may ask?
The word Chakra means in Sanskrit: ‘Wheel of spinning energy’. The aim is to Reconnect to your internal wheel of life.
Within our bodies there are seven major energy centres. Each one of the colours relates to different part in the body. Taking the elixer will aim to balance that chakra.
Sharon Tal has created a crystal chakra kit that is aimed to balance the energy field by placing specific crystals on the body and/ or holding them in your hand for strengthening of the chakras.
The chakras are located within the body in front of the spinal column and are aligned vertically up & down the spine.
The Base (root chakra): Its colour is red and is located at the base of the spine. It’s the chakra closest to earth and represents earthly energies, grounding, and is associated with the Feet, Legs, Bones, Large Intestine, Spine and the Nervous System.
The Sacral (naval chakra): Its colour is orange and is located between the base of the spine and the navel. It represents sexuality, creativity, motivation, and the urge to do things in your life. It’s associated with the Skin, Kidneys, Bladder, Lymphatic System, Circulatory System, Adrenal Glands and Reproductive Organs.
The Solar Plexus: Its colour is yellow and is located in the stomach area, a few inches above the navel. Primal emotions are carried in this chakra like anger; resentment and frustration. Solar Plexus traits include personal power. It is the seat of your emotional being. It’s associated with the Stomach, Diaphragm, Gall Bladder, Liver and Pancreas.
The heart: Its colour is pink and green and is located in the centre of the chest. It is the centre of love and healing, harmony and peace. It is through this chakra that we fall in love, then that emotion moves to the emotional centre, the solar plexus, then to the sexual chakras for strong feelings of attractions, then to the base, which promotes feelings of wanting to settle down. It’s associated with the Thymus Gland, and the Heart.
The Throat: Its colour is blue and is located within the throat. It is the chakra of communication, expression and judgment. Should you experience problems with your throat, it is sometimes said that if you draw the colour blue to this area it will help you say what needs to be said. It is associated with the Vocal Cords, Ears, Nervous System as well as the Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands.
The Third Eye (Brow Chakra): Its colour is indigo (red/blue). It is located at the centre of your forehead. This chakra is used to question the spiritual nature of our life. Our inner vision is contained here; inner dreams, gifts of clairvoyance, wisdom and perception. The dreams of our life are held in this chakra. It is associated with the Eyes, Nose, Ears, Brain, and the master pituitary gland.
The Crown: Its colours are violet and white. It is located at the top of your head. It is the chakra of divine purpose, the chakra of destiny. It balances the interior and the exterior and brings them into a harmonious whole. This chakra is said to be your own place of connection to the creator, universe. You can get purity through this chakra. It’s associated with the Pineal Gland, and affects the body’s biological clock, moods and sleep.