Fw: eizayaga method hi shannon and all: i don't know about eizayaga's methods but i do know that he cured one of my best friends of breast cancer 22 years ago she and i were sharing an apartment in toronto and when she developed breast cancer, got 2 opinions at 2 different hospitals - world renowned hospitals. From the concept of layers, eizayaga derived some valuable insights into what hahnemann's writings were really about eizayaga concluded from his observations that cases had several layers: local/regional disease (mainly the morbid pathology.
Re: eizayaga method dear shannon & manish, we have a phrase in tamil language- to check the extent of boiling of a pot of rice, test just one grain i read- though second hand from julian winston, will taylor and dr luc about eizayaga. It is the presence of this drugs layer that gives eizayaga's layers model a great advantage over the more classical models, since it recognises this layer as a barrier between the vital force and the lesion layer, it has been able to modify the method of prescription, by using low potencies on a frequent basis, to take this barrier into account.
Eizayaga’s layer method eizayaga, an argentine homeopath promotes a philosophy which initially seems quite removed from the homeopathic practices of hahnemann, kent or vithoulkas he views a case by looking at disharmony from the outer surface inwards and in doing so he treats the outer surface as completely separate to the general symptoms belonging to.
Eizayaga’s comments that the action of the indicated remedy may be prevented due to a miasmatic block, is a well-known fact and has been confirmed in practice in these cases the corresponding nosode needs to clear the terrain before the indicated chronic remedy can work. Additional layers that may be involved in the eizayaga method there are a couple of other layers that can exist in a patient (kramer 2006) there may be a drug layer on top of the lesion layer.
One of the distinguishing features of eizayaga's approach to case analysis is his concept of working with cases in layers in analyzing a case, eizayaga suggests that we look at the disharmony of the patient as consisting of a series of concentric layers, from the surface moving inward described as the.