The ability to know all variations of the human condition as much as possible, so that any symptom or distortion from “health” is easily recognized by you. This is the wisdom of SEEING THINGS AS THEY ARE and knowing the possibilities of pathology in human nature.
To know the objectives, goals and limits of cure in each case. The prognosis.
The ability to have a keen sense of intuition and powerful skills of observation all working in harmony to extract the relevant and factual information from the patient.
The ability to experience this information without prejudice or distortion and record it objectively.
The ability to perceive in every case what needs to be cured at the time the patient presents his symptoms to you.
The knowledge and insight to choose only those symptoms that are relevant to what needs to be cured at the time you see them.
To have a repertory program that is complete, accurate and combines principles of homeopathy in the analysis process to the degree it takes to make intelligent suggestions
To have the knowledge of materia medica, reference to it and experience of previous cases so that these suggestions can be confirmed or rejected according to sound judgment.
To have the ability to make a synthesis of the case into a living image and then compare this living image with the living image of the remedy so that one experiences “knowing” that the simillimum has been found.
To know case management such as when to repeat a medicine, when to wait, when to change the medicine and when to refer to another appropriate therapy.
As one can see, the process of repertorization and case analysis is inextricably bound to, and interdependent with various crucial elements. This course has emphasized the learning of all these skills.