Try out one of these free audio Source Resonances:
- SR Tool: Source Medicine Blessing
- SR Enhancing Grounding, Centering and Stillness
- SR Enhancing Absolute Quiet
Click here for details of practitioners who use (PC) Source Resonances.
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Source Medicine, a non-profit organisation, supports a range of charitable and non-profit projects and organisations, including
The Amma Resonance Healing Foundation,
through donations, discounts, free resonances and advice. Examples of work we are supporting: practitioners working with refugees; malaria and HIV projects in Africa; addictions projects.
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Practitioner video of a one-day seminar with Peter Chappell, introducing the
Source Medicine TIPPs System,
including a vaccination talk by Source Medicine Advisor, Kate Birch.
This approach looks at the underlying Toxins, Infections, Physical and Psychological traumas (TIPPs) that lead to chronic illness.
Over the past decade, through the use of (PC) Source Resonances in treating chronic disease in the west, it has become clear that the needs of western populations are significantly different to the African population where the Resonances were originally developed.
Go to 'Resonances' in the top menu bar (or click here) for:
- code lists for ordering pills;
- audio Source Resonances.
See Practitioner Zone for:
In western populations and with chronic conditions a
is generally needed over a period of time.
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. It is a way of tapping into the vital essence of being to create healing resonances (as sounds or pills)
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.
We see all life experiences as an invitation to conscious evolution, and the vision of Source Medicine is a world where Source Resonances are used to enhance well-being and consciousness in every sphere of endeavour, for humans, plants, animals and earth stewardship.
What are 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 potentisation. This process was originally devised by Peter Chappell in Ethiopia in 2002, and has been collaboratively evolved since then with Leilani van Koten.See more