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Upcoming Seminar! “The Cancer Diathesis Revisited – 20 Years Later”

SAVE THE DATE! The Mueller’s First LIVE, IN PERSON SEMINAR

November 1-3, 2019 in the Greater Asheville, NC area!

Come visit the beautiful smoky mountains of North Carolina – home of the famous blue ridge parkway and the Biltmore House – and spend the weekend with The Muellers! Manfred and Christina Mueller will guide you on a journey to a more thorough understand of one of the most profound clinical observations of our time.

Over the past 30 years, Manfred has been observing the clinical phenomenon called the predisposition to cancer. He wrote his first paper detailing his observations in addition to the work of other homeopaths. Now, Manfred and Christina together want to share with you observations from the last 20 years – a startling and noticeable change is catapulting forward at an alarming pace, morphing our entire society and culture as it takes place. It’s more profound and far reaching than you might think!

Discover what to look for, how to address it and what to expect in the clinical arena. Don’t miss this 2 ½ day seminar packed with priceless knowledge!

The Mueller Method™: Digging Deeper Into Your Homeopathic Toolbox

The world has accelerated since the simple horse-and-buggy days of Hahnemann’s time, and so our approach to homeopathic treatment must become just as advanced and dynamic. With technological, scientific, and medical progress, the diseases and disorders we suffer from have become more complicated and more aggressive.

Interview with Homeopath Pamela Swanson on using “The Mueller Method”

Christina Mueller, Director of The Homeopathic College, interviews Pamela Swanson, RN, CCH, RSHom(NA) of Florida, USA specializes in treating children with autism spectrum disorders. She has been using The Mueller Method in her practice for nearly 2 years now. Please enjoy this interview on Pamela’s experience and observations on using The Mueller Method.

CM: You are currently a full time practicing homeopath. I know you are also trained as an RN, but can you give everyone a brief overview of your past training and experience before becoming a homeopath?

PS: I worked as an intensive care nurse for over 20 years. When I moved on from hospital nursing, I worked as a home health nurse and a hospice nurse. My last job as a traditional R.N. was running a family practice clinic.

CM: What led you into studying homeopathy and ultimately becoming a practitioner? Read more

Cancer Diathesis Presentation Feedback

  • “Amazing lecture, and so eye-opening. This is a huge piece of the puzzle that I’ve been missing in my homeopathic prescribing. Thank you for this”
  • “I thoroughly enjoyed this lecture. You have confirmed many things I was seeing in my practice and added much more that I had overlooked.”
  • “A very dramatically different approach”
  • “Great presentation and thanks for allowing time for questions”
  •  “Thanks for attending the Texas Society of Homeopathy conference and presenting fascinating material.”