The School’s Founder, Misha Norland was a Fellow and a founding member of The Society of Homeopaths and was the first editor of its journal. A practitioner now for over 40 years, he was Head of Homeopathic Research at the first UK homeopathic college. Widely respected for his teaching and practice skills, he provides numerous lectures and over the years has taught many of the world’s leading homeopaths. He is also an international clinical facilitator, lecturer and author, and is well known for his contributions to journals, conferences and new materia medica. He also teaches and is the principal clinical teacher for the School’s International Study programme. Misha loves to blend old and new ideas, and to weave information together in a noteworthy and memorable way.
Teaching is the most amazing thing, because it opens doors for people, you are a facilitator in a process in which the student is coming to know more not just about the subject but very specifically about themselves, and how to use the information they are receiving from books and from yourself in a way that is true for them a way that helps them to unfold themselves to themselves in such a way that they can then step out of the picture. So the whole art of healing is to not be in the way, not to be an obstruction in the process which is completely natural, it is natural that healing should happen and if it doesn’t its because there is some blockage in the way so the homeopathic remedy removes the blockage and the homeopath understands what the blockage is because of their understanding and the teacher helps the teacher to understand this process. It’s a way of watching people grow, watching people discover their own capacities.
Teaching is the most amazing thing, because it opens doors for people, you are a facilitator in a process. It is a way of watching people grow, watching people discover their own capacities.