Homeopathy and the Four Rooms of Wellness

Category: Health & Wellbeing

 

This class is suitable for beginners. The class runs for 5 nights. 

The Four Rooms of Wellness was inspired by the work of late author Rumer Godden and is based on the Indian proverb: ‘Everyone is a House with Four Rooms, a Physical, a Mental, an Emotional and a Spiritual. Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time, but unless we go into every room, every day, even if only to keep it aired, we are not complete.’

The Four Rooms analogy complements Homeopathy beautifully.

This course looks at our ‘rooms’ – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. You will learn how each one must be nurtured in order to maintain balance and equilibrium in your life. It is crucial that we know how to care for each room as it is when we are out of balance that we become ill.

1. The Physical Room – most of us are spending too much time ‘in our heads’, cut off from our senses and the messages from our bodies. In this room we will focus on treating our bodies with respect by exercising regularly, eating and drinking sensibly and generally taking responsibility for our health. We will look at some Homeopathic remedies for treating common acute complaints like coughs, colds, headaches which will help us maintain good health.

2. The Emotional Room – we often neglect this room allowing the muddle to build up until it overwhelms us. Some of us rarely venture into this room, others spend far too much time here, reacting to life’s events instead of orchestrating them and remaining in control. We will look at ways to nurture a healthy relationship with our Emotional room and again, how Homeopathic remedies can be invaluable in bringing us back into balance.

3. The Mental Room – in this room we will find the beliefs, assumptions and expectations that drive our experience. Our thoughts are at the root of every emotion, action and experience. Here we will revel in setting ourselves mental challenges such as learning to be comfortable with silence, meditating, focusing on one task at a time and practicing positivity.

4. The Spiritual Room – this room is not about religion or philosophy. Neither is it about doing – it is simply about being. It is the room where your spirit comes alive, where it feels free. So many wonderful gifts live in this room – too many untouched. Living in this room requires us to define more closely what inspires us and what brings us joy, what lifts your heart. We will look at what we should be doing in our Spiritual Room – here we discover what truely nourishes and nurtures us.

 

Click here to see more about your tutor, Lorraine Cullen 

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