Our generation faces a new calling: caring for our aging parents. I lovingly cared for mine before they passed, and I wouldn’t trade a moment of it that time we shared together. Even if this isn’t an issue for you right now, I encourage you to listen. There are several great takeaways that can help you care for anyone in your family.
This month’s Mom with Moxie has a unique background: She’s a conventionally trained physician! Although she had been familiar with homeopathy, she was deeply entrenched in Western medicine —a firm skeptic. Now? Listen as she says, “Homeopathy has completely changed the direction of my life.”
This is one of my all-time favorite Moms with Moxie podcasts! Don’t get me wrong; I enjoy all of them. Listening to students from all over the globe recount their successes with homeopathy is inspiring. But this one is special.
How would you like to meet a mother and a grandmother who went from discovering homeopathy to successfully handling her family’s allergies and illnesses? She soon became a prolific study group leader, and now she’s advocating for homeopathy on Capitol Hill!
Now, normally, I try to give you a little hint about what our Moms with Moxie podcast holds. But this time, I’m simply going to share a quote from our Mom: “I’m sure everyone brought their kids to a water park where they've had the little fountains (or the little water things) where the water squirts up from the ground. If you step on one hole, then the water comes up somewhere else.
At times, you may feel something is “blocking” you from progressing in your healing. In homeopathy, we use the phrase, “There’s an obstacle to cure.” So, in this month’s podcast, let’s discuss how to reassess your case and investigate what really may be causing your symptoms.
Today's podcast, I’m turning my usual spot over to a very special Mom with Moxie. Here’s an accomplished woman who worked for NASA and now is passionate about homeopathy. Why homeopathy? In her words, “The fact that homeopathy is science-based really resonated with me. Once I learned about homeopathy and realized what it could do, it's been so wonderful, and there is no barrier at all.” You’ll love this podcast, folks! I did.
Addressing acute illnesses or injuries with homeopathy is generally straightforward — especially with practical protocols. But handling chronic issues requires more in-depth knowledge of homeopathy and case management — something I can’t thoroughly teach in a blog format or a simple podcast.
As well as raising five children, she cares for Herefords, Jersey cows, sheep, turkeys, meat chickens, laying hens, and also raises Australian Shepherd and Great Pyrenees puppies. Join me in a fascinating podcast where this special mom discusses her successes using Homeopathy on the Farm.
Kate, persuaded me that this week, you might be interested in getting a little personal — hearing about what constitutes one of my typical days. While it doesn’t seem like a fascinating subject to me, we’re going to discuss it anyway!
Not all Moms with Moxie feel invincible every second of every day. This week’s special guest says it best. “There are times when you feel like you're going to conquer the world. Then, there are times when you're like, ‘Oh, what the heck do I do to get through this hour?’”
I remember how excited I was when we released my very first podcast. Time certainly has flown because today, we celebrate the 100th! Can you imagine? ONE HUNDRED podcasts! So, to mark the occasion, my team encouraged me to do something a little different — something special. Today’s podcast will be a personal conversation with me and my husband, Perry.
Today’s podcast may seem a bit different because this Mom with Moxie is a big picture thinker. So, rather than simply relay her success stories, Jordan also shares her experience of discovering, learning and sharing homeopathy.
In this podcast, we cover: 01:27 Fictional Girl Named Maddy 05:58 Number Rating System 15:58 Food Intolerance 18:58 Determining what is most important 25:06 Sprezzatura Kate: This is the Practical Homeopathy® Podcast Episode Number 98 with Joette Calabrese. Joette: This is Joette Calabrese, and I’d like to welcome you to the Practical Homeopathy® Podcast. Women and men worldwide are taking back control of their families’ health and learning how to heal their bodies naturally, safely and...
One of my favorite words in Italian is “sprezzatura.” It means to approach a problem or a condition or a subject with a great deal of forethought but appearing as though you've done it with simplicity — making it look simple and elegant in its presentation. That is the essence of homeopathy.