Source Medicine ABC


A step-by-step guide to the use of Source Resonances for transformational healing and inner awakening.

(Currently in development.)


This new development is currently being researched by Source Medicine and our Research Network of independent practitioners. It started out as a specific protocol for our Dementia Study and then evolved into a wider guide - or roadmap - for how to use Source Resonances in different situations. The intention is that the Source Medicine ABC steps could effectively treat the majority of clients and reduce the number that require more in-depth TIPPs prescribing.

For chronic conditions, although many clients respond well to the SR Revealers for diseases, as in Step A (see also 'Homeopathy For Diseases' by Peter Chappell and Harry van der Zee) others need more support to get the full benefit, which is covered by Steps B and C. All clients can benefit from thorough follow-up, to clear the underlying TIPPs issues (Toxins, Infections, Physical and Psychological trauma) that have lead to the disease. Step C may be sufficient for many, and others may need some individual TIPPs resonances as well (Step D).

Some of the resonances in the Source Medicine ABC are only available as audios, and several are only currently available to the Source Medicine Research Network.

We are currently offering a few one-to-one sessions (by donation) for practitioners who would like to learn more.


The Steps


Step A: Specific Resonance

If there is a specific issue or diagnosis, prescribe the relevant specific resonance. This may be a Revealer Resonance for a chronic disease e.g. SR Revealer for Alzheimer's Disease or a Releaser Resonance to address a TIPPs event (Toxins, Infections, Physical and Psychological trauma) e.g. SR Releasing Rape Trauma.

For clients with a systemic chronic condition, the use of an SR Revealer Resonance for that condition is not recommended as a first step (for instance M.E., C.F.S., fibromyalgia). See System Balancers below.

For clients where a specific TIPPs issue is being addressed using an SR Releaser it may be helpful to add in a relevant SR Enhancer or Opener. For example Oonagh Taeger, a practitioner member of our Research Network, has found that the SR Releasing Lack of Nurturing was particularly effective when combined with SR Enhancing Self Acceptance.


Step B: SR Tool

There are a number of SR Tools to support the assimilation of the Source Resonances, including some specific regional/cultural Catalysts:

If there is a relevant cultural Catalyst available, select this. Otherwise choose one of the general tools.

See the history of the Source Medicine TIPPs System for more information about cultural differences in using Source Resonances.

Consider using SR Balancing Intestinal Flora (Microbiota) before the SR Tool for clients with any of the following:

This is to help stabilise the person's overall system and establish a more resilient foundation for building health through supporting digestive wellbeing. Based on research findings relating to homeopathic bowel nosodes, this resonance may be significant for clients with any type of chronic disease. The homeopathic research done shows significant improvement in a wide range of chronic diseases when the balance of intestinal flora is addressed early in treatment (using homeopathic bowel nosodes).


Step C: Generic Resonances or System Balancers

With Step C of the Source Medicine ABC, our initial suggestion is to pause the prescribed SR Releaser or Revealer for the specific condition (perhaps returning to it once a week or month if necessary) and use either the Generic Resonances or the System Balancers, as outlined below. Some practitioners may use kinesiology muscle testing, dowsing or some other intuitive form of determining the order of use. Others may refer to the client's personal history and family history, and prescribe in the order that seems most appropriate to the individual (for instance, in reverse order of occurrence, peeling away the issues, with the most recent first).

Generic Resonances

The Generic Resonances address TIPPs events (Toxins, Infections, Physical and Psychological traumas) through using a composite resonances for each category. These resonances are currently only available to the Research Network.

It is important that Step B has been addressed first as otherwise these generic resonances may be difficult to assimilate (increasing the risk of aggravation and reducing the chance of benefit).

In the past it was important for us to focus on more specific concepts when making Source Resonances, so that they could be more easily assimilated. With new developments in the Source Technology we are now able to make these generic resonances and are carefully testing their efficacy and how they are experienced by clients.

For clients with high sensitivity, take particular care with prescribing the generic resonances (see High Sensitivity Helpsheet). During this trial period, we suggest using the System Balancers instead for these clients.

System Balancers:

For clients with complex or systemic conditions or high sensitivity the generic resonances may not be suitable at this stage in their treatment. For these clients we are currently developing a range of SR Balancers to stabilise and support the whole system before addressing the underlying issues.

One way of using these System Balancers is to select three or four relevant Balancers and to use them as follows:

Once the three or four Balancers have been used, the whole sequence can be repeated if necessary, allowing further gradual improvement.

This approach allows the body systems to stabilise gradually, in parallel, with the intention of building a steady foundation for then addressing the underlying causative TIPPs issues (Step D).

Contact us for more details.


Step D: TIPPs System

If, having completed the Source Medicine ABC, the client has not had the full response desired, it may be helpful to progress to the full Source Medicine TIPPs System (Toxins, Infections, Physical and Psychological traumas). There are also disease-specific TIPPs protocols in development, for instance for dementia.

Step D can also be used to address certain TIPPs issues in more depth after successfully completing the Source Medicine ABC and this may be helpful in relapse prevention.

See also the Troubleshooting page for what to consider when a prescription is not as effective as expected, or if there are concerns about the effects.