Why Predictive Homoeopathy
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Why Predictive Homoeopathy?

Why Predictive Homoeopathy?

Dr. Prafull Vijayakar from Mumbai was certainly one of the most impressive and convincing practitioners of Classical Homeopathy. He showed us a new dimension of curability through his incredible video-documented cases. People disfigured by disease evolve back to normal, mental retardation, blindness, Parkinson's disease or cancers are curable. And this is not a random finding, but repeated thousands of times. The clear and understandable system of Predictive Homoeopathy shows us practitioners that Classical Homoeopathy in Hahnemann's sense is capable of more than we all thought. As a result, we gain more confidence and prescribe more successfully, whether for the most severe or less severe conditions. Dr. Vijayakar continued to research his method and shared all his knowledge with his students and colleagues without reservation. Unfortunately, Prafull Vijayakar passed away in December 2020.

Dr. Ambrish Vijayakar

His son Ambrish, already as a child and teenager constantly "inoculated" with homeopathy by his father is a homeopath par excellence. In the last decades father and son worked together continuously. Now Ambrish Vijayakar has fully absorbed his father's legacy and further deepened it. He shares this knowledge nationally in India and internationally in Regensburg. The reaction of the participants to his first seminar in Regensburg in 2013 was a standing ovation lasting minutes.

Dr. Ambrish Vijayakar succeeds in transferring the enthusiasm for his work to the audience through his lively and infectious manner. At the same time, he has the gift of being able to present his extensive and well-founded knowledge, which he has acquired through his many years of collaboration with his father Dr. Prafull Vijayakar

clearly structured and easy to understand.

Dr. Ambrish Vijayakar is not only a sought-after lecturer in India - his seminars also find great recognition worldwide, such as in England, Scotland, Brazil, Serbia, Germany and Switzerland.