Within a week of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday, 12 January 2010, Harry van der Zee from the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation was in Haiti, treating the epidemic of trauma and teaching others to do the same. Within months, another contingent of homeopaths arrived, largley organised through the Homeopathy World Community website. And later, Homeopaths Without Boarders also travelled to Haiti, and is setting up more permanent teaching clinics in various locations.
Amma Resonance Healing Foundation
The ARHF promotes the development of healing through resonance. Healing by resonance is based on the universal law that information similar to the nature of a disease and its totality of symptoms can induce a self-healing response in the diseased individual.
The treatment of epidemics and collective trauma is one of the prime targets of the ARHF, and the focus of its activities is primarily on countries in Africa and similar ones elsewhere. Epidemics and collective trauma in these countries still determine the lives of millions of people, while medical aid is often not or scarcely available or accompanied with side-effects or complicated by increasing therapy-resistance.
The treatment of chronic diseases by resonance is a second target of the ARHF. Using the same principal as is used to create healing information for epidemics it is also possible to treat chronic diseases, be it that besides healing resonance for the disease a tailor-made treatment of the patient addressing individual issues is also required to obtain the best possible results.
Haiti Earthquake Recovery Update
16 Nov 2010
MYFOXNY.COM - The recovery efforts continue in Haiti nearly one year after a powerful earthquake shook the nation at its core. Millions of dollars in donations later, and people are still living in tents. A recent cholera outbreak has only complicated an already dire situation. Government corruption has kept humanitarian money from reaching the people who need it.
One organization trying to bring relief to Haiti is called Homeopaths Without Borders. Its project coordinator for Haiti is Dr. Lauri Grossman, who has been back and forth between New York and Port-au-Prince.
The mission of Homeopaths Without Borders is to provide humanitarian aid, homeopathic treatment and education by serving as partners with communities in need.
Following up on the positive response to its initial introductory seminar on homeopathy in September for nursing students at the University of Notre Dame in Port-au-Prince, Homeopaths Without Borders has initiated a program leading to certification in conjunction with the American Medical College of Homeopathy in Phoenix.
Approximately 120 nursing students attended the lecture in November, responding eagerly to the first aid homeopathy instruction presented by Project Coordinator Dr. Lauri Grossman, Lisette Narragon and Sally Tamplin, volunteers for this fifth HWB mission to Haiti.
While continuing our commitment to treat the children and staff at St. Vincent’s School for Handicapped Children, HWB is focusing on the need to create health care independence among the Haitian people. The goal is to train members of the medical community to become practitioners of homeopathy.Volunteers will be returning in January, February and March 2011 to continue the certification program. The cost of textbooks and other supplies are beyond the means of the students in this poor country.
Cuban medics in Haiti put the world to shame: Castro's doctors and nurses are the backbone of the fight against cholera, by Nina Lakhani, The Indepenent, Sunday, 26 December 2010