Sue Boyle Homeopathy
Student nurses have told me for years how good a teacher they thought I was but it didn't really matter until homeopathy when I wanted to shout from rooftops about the wonders of this system. So I began giving classes, enthusiastically giving so much information in short span of time people were stunned leaving the talk! Continuing to do this has allowed me to refine my talks but I could only reach a handful of people at any time. So I created a home study course. You can learn on your own or in a webinar setting, whichever works best for you. Check out the Classes page for details.
Hi, I'm Sue, let me tell you a little bit about me. I am a nurse who absolutely loved nursing for a long time but the increased tasks given to RN's finally made me want out. Eating a meal and going to the ladies weren't something easily done by the time I started looking for an out. But it really wasn't until a patient's family member attacked me for trying to get her Mom out of bed that I hit my limit. A friend told me about homeopathy but I didn't research it. Literally, I almost fell over the book that told me about this healing system in 1990. I applied to a local school, almost quit that first day since I knew nothing about the subject nor did I own one book. But I am nothing if not stubborn and the idea that your body is capable of healing itself really appealed and made sense to me. So I kept going until I completed a foundational course and an advanced course (my HMC).
Homeopathy has ancient roots, both the Greeks and the Egyptians were aware that "like cures like" but they never refined this concept. Samuel Hahnemann, a German physician, who had closed his practice because he felt the medicine of the time was lacking in scientific principles, was the person who not only investigated "like cures like", he also refined the concept into what today is known as homeopathy.