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Introduction to Source Medicine

Source Medicine is a new development akin to homoeopathy, based on many of its principles and practices and using a new form of resonance, produced as pills and sounds.

Developed in sub-saharan Africa, Source Resonances (previously PC Remedies) are highly effective as stand-alone treatments in rural, traditional cultures, for instance for treating African infectious disease like HIV, malaria, leprosy etc. (See www.arhf.nl. for details of African projects.)

For use in the west and urban societies, Source Resonances can be integrated into a classical homeopathic approach. For optimal results, we have also developed the Source Medicine TIPPs System to address some of the issues of treating chronic diseases and dysfunctions in the west.

In addition to this, we have a range of Self-help Programmes, Enhancers and First Aid Resonances. See our Self-help Zone for details.



Source Resonances

Source Resonances are a vehicle for manifesting the new unfolding of old knowledge and are made as a resonant imprint on a carrier medium, currently a digital sound file or water and ethanol. They have the effect of resolving inherited and acquired limiting traits, allowing us to wake up within and to live more of our potential.

Source Resonances are both similar to, and different from, conventional homeopathic remedies. From the time of the founder, Samuel Hahnemann, conventional homeopathic remedies have been made from naturally occurring material sources (minerals plants, animals) and sometimes from non-material source like magnetism. Homeopathic remedies use a process of potentisation, repetitive dilution and succussion to tap into the specific vitalising force essence of the material substance.

In Source Medicine, the phrase ‘source resonance’ is akin to ‘vital force essence’ and, in making Source Resonances, we go directly to the vitalising source, rather than using the process of potentiation. This process was originally devised by Peter Chappell in Ethiopia in 2002, and has been collaboratively evolved since then with Leilani van Koten. (See History for more information.)

The specific source resonance is tapped into by creating a receiving vehicle (the Resonance Receiver) equivalent to, but different from, a mortar and pestle. This Receiver (aka 'Cooker') incorporates crystalline granite stones, electromagnetic and holographic components and love and is connected directly to Source through a process of Conscious Source Alignment. Leilani and Peter co-facilitate the connection and use a precise spoken and written intention to request the specific form of resonance. The resonance is then embedded into either ethanol and water supplied by a homeopathic pharmacy, or into a digital sound file of, for instance, sea waves held on a purified MP3 memory stick, placed on the cooker. Currently it takes about a week to make a new resonance.

Instead of potentiation, the pharmacies are required to replicate the physical Source Resonances in a simplified version of potentiation involving dilution and limited succussion so as to have a permanent supply without modifying the resonance.

The audio resonances were developed in 2005 in response to the practical difficulties of responding swiftly to an epidemic, with the issues of cost and time required to supply physical remedies. Peter has a background in engineering and, through understanding the physical resonances as simply a resonant imprint in a liquid carrier medium, he was then able to come up with the idea of using a digital file as the carrier medium instead. This was then tested in clinics in Africa with dramatic results, confirming the efficacy of this concept. (See ARHF website for details.) Audio resonance available via the internet offer low cost, instant access to treatments for any number of people, and have been used extensively in a wide range of situations since.

None of the resonances or remedies are medicines in any conventional sense of the word, and the liquids (and pills made from the liquids) have no active chemical constituents. The use of the word 'medicine' refers to the intention of supporting well-being and conscious evolution. Where Source Resonances are used with the intention of supporting well-being, they are complementary to conventional treatments and are not intended as a substitute for medical care. The meditative quality of the audio resonances can support an individual in coping with a health condition.

See also Source Work for more information.


The Intention of the Resonances

Illness and trauma is seen as an invitation to wake up and take steps on one’s inner life journey. Based on this understanding, in requesting the Source Resonances we ask that they support: the integration of love, learning and conscious evolution and provide exactly what is needed at the time of use.

This statement of intention is used in the creation of the Resonances, and reflected in the title of each type of resonance.

When we developed the title and subtitle for the Releaser Resonances we embedded that intention in the phrase ‘supporting evolving through all the effects of….(the specific issue).’

The Enhancer Resonances subtitle is ‘Resolving all impediments to…(the specific quality or state) and as the impediments are the invitation to conscious evolution, resolving them is the process of assimilation of the offered message.

The full title of each Source Resonance is designed to be used for contemplation or as an affirmation while using the Resonance, to support its integration.


Types of Resonances

There are two main types of Source Resonances:

There is more information for practitioners available on our Practitioner Page.


Validation of Resonances:

Click here for information on validation criteria and testing of Source Resonances.


Charitable Work

Source Medicine supports a range of charitable and non-profit projects and organisations, for example The Amma Resonance Healing Foundation through donations, discounts, free resonances and advice.

Amma4Africa: Since 2007 the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation has been running charitable projects in Africa using PC Remedies (the original form of Source Resonances) with consistently effective results. ARHF has highly successful projects treating malaria, HIV and trauma (eg from war, genocide, natural catastrophe). For more information visit: ARHF.

Charitable projects: If you are using Source Resonances for charitable or non-profit purposes (i.e. not charging money and working with people who would not be able to pay) you may be eligible for discounts on some pill Source Resonances. Our audio Source Resonances are also an excellent, low cost option for charitable work, where there is internet access avaiable. Please contact us with details of your work and we will consider your request. For charitable work in rural, traditional cultures contact ARHF for support.

Please note:

If you are using (PC) Source Resonances in a charitable capacity we would love to hear about your work.