Homeopathy: My Conscious Effulgence


Dr Christine LASCHKOLNIG responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire:

Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? 

Medicine connects two important and fascinating parts for me: science and encounters with human beings. Also, accompanying people on their way, or journey, to a healthy life is deeply satisfying for me.

What made you think of, study and specialise in the system of medicine you now practice? 

In conventional, or modern, medicine I’d always missed the holistic approach. This I could finally find in homeopathy.

What has been your personal and professional experience as a doctor? 

To be able to offer a homeopathic remedy which covers not only the physical ailments, but also the whole picture of the individual — as well as their family life, their professional and social environment — is a highly enriching, also elevating, experience.

What unique and special skills you think you have that has made the big difference for your patients? 

Listening attentively to their stories, understanding their issues and to be able to answer with a suitable homeopathic remedy that supports them to finding solutions in order to move out of their constricting belief systems.

What is your best definition of optimal wellness and why? 

Optimal wellness is to have a healthy body and respect its needs, while listening to our inner voice. Supporting and satisfying relationships are the basis of well-being. Creatively expressing oneself helps to develop the fundamental skills to coping with all the issues that life brings about — in a relaxed manner.

Your best case?

A six-month-old baby had a severe inflammation of the bone marrow of the left upper arm. Conventional medicine prescribed antibiotics for one year. After one week, the baby had unstoppable diarrhoea and the mother came to me in despair. After a few doses of the homeopathic Belladonna, the baby recovered completely and has now become a young, healthy lady. Today, she is 25. To go back at bit. Whenever she had mild symptoms of inflammation, during her progress from a baby, to a girl and to an adult, she reacted and responded perfectly well to Belladonna.

Your ‘not-so-good’ case? 

A man — aged 65 — came to me with symptoms of deep depression. The symptoms emerged shortly after the removal of his prostate gland. He was a rich owner of a factory and had special insurance contracts, so the specialist he went to proposed to remove the whole gland just to minimise the risk of developing prostate cancer. In the meantime, the role of the prostate gland concerning mental health is well researched — removing the gland is like removing the soul. For a man, this procedure seems to be even more disastrous than removing the uterus in women. The homeopathic remedies I gave him did not really ameliorate his condition and I felt sorry for him.

What appeals to you the most?

Meeting people at a soul level.

What annoys you the most? 

Human stupidity.

Your favourite book? 

The Adventure of Consciousness by Satprem

Your favourite joke? 

Two planets are meeting each other.

Planet 1: How are you doing?

Planet 2: Not well; energy is really low and the joy of life has disappeared.

Planet 1 [Concerned]: What happened? Tell me.

Planet 2:  I think I caught a virus.

Planet 1: Really? What kind of virus?

Planet 2:  It is called Homo sapiens.

Planet 1 [Calming and reassuring]: Oh, that is not a big problem. Very soon it will disappear…

Your favourite song?

Many. Too long to be listed.

Your favourite movie?

Bohemian Rhapsody

Your favourite TV, Netflix show?

No TV; no Netflix

Your other interests, or hobbies?

Painting, playing music, dancing, cycling, travelling, writing, walking in the forest, creating new ideas, and cooking.

Your goal in life?

Being conscious at each and every level, and at all times.

Dr CHRISTINE LASCHKOLNIG, MD, grew up in Völkermarkt, a little town in Carinthia, Austria. She started her second-chance education by attending evening classes in Berlin, where she passed her Abitur, the German matriculation exam. Next, she studied medicine in Vienna with the firm intention of devoting herself to alternative methods of healing. In 1984, while she was still studying, she started to work under the guidance of Professor Dr Mathias Dorcsi — the founder of the Viennese School of Homeopathy — at the hospital in Lainz [Vienna]. For five years she attended the qualification seminars for homeopathy in Baden, near Vienna, following which she continued her homeopathic studies with renowned homeopathic teachers in the US and elsewhere. Website: https://www.laschkolnig.com

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