“One should do nothing other than what is directly or indirectly of benefit to living beings.”

Shantideva
8th Century Indian Buddhist Saint

Visiting Homeopaths

A Homeopathic Adventure in the Mountains with Spero and Robin by Barbara Stumbles

Written on December 12, 2013, by

Debbie and I were not in the peak of health. Despite a determined training programme in New Zealand of preparation including walking through our bush (forest) with heavy packs on our backs, I had only just recovered from a persistent intestinal upset and Debbie had to fit in our trek around rabies vaccinations after being  Continue Reading »

Hiking in the Himalayas for Homeopathy by Rajesh Vallabh & Brigid Walsh-Byrne

Written on January 23, 2013, by

Day 1 After the blood-pumping seminar with Dr. Farouk Master; Cheryl, Brigitte, Spero and I spent three days in the foothills of the Himalayas. Spero Latchi, a homeopath who lives in India, runs a homeopathic clinic in the city of Bir. Spero’s objective was to touch base with some of his remote patients living in  Continue Reading »

Hiking in the Himalayas by Brigid Walsh-Byrne

Written on December 15, 2012, by

After the seminar with Dr. Master, Cheryl, Rajesh, Spero and I spent three days in the foothills of the Himalayas. It was really beautiful. The landscape consistently reminded me of Shangri-La. Why? Well, every available inch of cultivatable land was being used, and there was a sense that although life here would be tough, especially  Continue Reading »

Prayer Flags Flying in the Tea Garden by Jenni Tree

Written on July 10, 2012, by

I set off for Bir, in the foothills of the Himalayas, late March 2012 and arrived, despite the vagaries of Kingfisher Airlines (which is apparently run on beer…), on time to be met by Spero and Robin, the former sporting a local-style high-collared jacket, and Robin’s lovely face lost under the brim of a hat  Continue Reading »

Inbal David

Written on April 25, 2011, by

On a tropical beach in Kerala, India, is where I met Spero and Robin for the first time, at a small restaurant while watching a magical, local dance performance. The connection between us was so natural that when they told me about what they were doing, I was curious and happy to accept their invitation  Continue Reading »

Miriam Heffer

Written on November 23, 2010, by

In 2008, after the closing of the seminar in Mumbai that Spero and I had been attending yearly, I asked him “What are your plans”? He answered, in so many words, “Well, I am hoping to open a free clinic in Dharamshala, nothing concrete yet… just some thoughts…” “I am coming”, I blurted out spontaneously.  Continue Reading »