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It is very simple: elephant balls. When I was growing up in Beardstown, Illinois I asked my Dad what the round balls were for that some people had in their front yards. He said they were to keep the elephants away. Since then, I have always referred to these mysterious yard ornaments as elephant balls.

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After I was dropped off at the airport I knew within 1 minute that I didn’t have my cell phone.  I could have called the friend that dropped me off to circle back and give me the phone that had fallen to the floor of her car. But, I didn’t have my cell phone. And

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Man is always fighting something. Fighting the war on drugs, fighting the war on cancer, fighting illegals coming into the country. Fighting real wars, in many countries. Fighting depression. Fighting resistant bacteria causing infections.  Fighting taxes. Fight Wall Street, fighting forest fires. Fighting, fighting, fighting. Since you begin to resonate with what you think about.…perhaps

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A friend called me the other day and wanted me to show her how to make soap. I hadn’t done it in years. So on a day off we got together and made soap. It was a lot of fun, and it wasn’t the soap making that was important, it was the time spent together. Like

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No, not me….it’s in quotes…it’s my sister’s words. From her sort of famous writing on living with breast cancer. Read it at the end of this blog if you want. That synchronicity thing popped up again. I knew my sister died in the month November…but that’s all I remember. Just not good with dates, never

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All you need is a tripod, or not. Well, maybe a shutter release cable too, or not. Now cameras are digital, and there are digital shutter releases. The idea is to hold the camera perfectly still while it gathers the dim light, whether from the moon, stars, cars, lightning, or even street lights. The longer

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I just planted a new tree in the front yard. I’m hoping for some future great shade, and beautiful flowers from this Hong Kong Orchid Tree. The nursery had it pruned so that it seems like a tall stick with some leaves on top…..but now it will be free to do what it wants for

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I’ve been hanging out with homeopaths from all over the world, all interested in one thing, getting the simillimum for their patients. Gaining knowledge and inspiration from a great homeopath and teacher — Rajan Sankaran — leaves me feeling humbled by my abilities, but also encouraged to keep getting better. By using subtle interview techniques

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That’s right, I’m not in the USA. I’m attending a summit conference in Toronto, Canada with a few hundred other homeopaths learning more about case-taking from Rajan Sankaran. Just around the corner from the venue, I saw this sign in a local pharmacy. How nice to see! Maybe someday we’ll see more of these signs

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The world’s largest national heirloom seed exposition was at Santa Rosa, California on September 13, 14, and 15 . For three days the largest arrays ever seen of heirloom produce were displayed– from across the United States. There were more than 70 speakers, talking about everything from seed saving, GMO products, home gardening, politics and farming, and

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About Me

I graduated from the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. My classical Homeopathy training was completed in 2008 at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. When not working, I enjoy travelling the world, visiting other countries and cultures. Photography, gardening and hiking are my hobbies.

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Phone:(602) 320-5181
Location: Near 15th Ave & Thomas, Central Phoenix.
Email: gmeyer28@cox.net