"The greatest ideal of healing is the rapid, gentle and enduring restoration
of health in the most trustworthy and least harmful way."
Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), founder of homeopathy
When you are sick, you need to recover. Body, mind and soul are the trinity in unity. When you treat the root cause, the whole person is restored. It is in this spirit that I offer homeopathy, bioresonance therapy and qualified nutritional counselling in my practice; I look forward to meeting you.
I look forward to helping you with illnesses such as depression, allergies, chronic diseases and anxiety and will support you through issues with diet and constitution as well.
Sandra van der Lely
The Celtic triskele sign stands for body, mind and soul, in alchemy for Sul, Sulfur and Mercurius. It also means life, growth and healing.
Aspects of Magic Dentistry
The tree is one of the most original ideas of humanity and is one of the oldest archetypal motifs of humanity. Man assigns to the tree healing powers in his encounter and closeness, and even divine energy. He is associated with tree spirits, ancestral spirits, gods or the saints, but also with nature beings such as elves or nymphs. "Famous" is the world tree Yggdrasil and the related magic power of the runes.
What causes the tree and the forest
Those who are near trees promote the activity of natural killer cells that fight viruses and cancer cells in the human body.
Trees trigger positive emotions in humans.
Staying in the forest causes a significant reduction in cortisol levels (stress hormone), pulse rate, and blood pressure and aggressiveness. The forest is energetically healing and promotes health through the oxygen-rich air, enriched with fragrance molecules and phytozides of the trees.
The forest gives the tranquility, the time, the place of collection and the opportunity for mindfulness that we urgently need in this day and age.
In the perception of many sensitive people, the tree is a being that soaks up the worries, gives consolation and brings clarity, releases tensions and mobilizes the self-healing powers.
In this way, the trees stand for the elimination of diseases, and for the removal of worries, oaths and desires.
Well-known rituals on trees are the pinning or wedging of diseases (drilling a hole in the trunk).
Symbolically the tree stands for the life (tree of the life), its roots and its branches connect the different worlds. And he symbolizes the universe and the cycle of becoming, passing away and resurrection.
The trees represent eternal fertility and rebirth and are named as the whereabouts of souls.
In the sexual classification the ash represents the man and the elm the woman.
Since the tree "bleeds" as much as a human being when it is injured, it is physically related to the human being,
Relationships with people are also shown in the proverbs "One does not transplant an old tree" or "We are carved from the same wood" or "We are rooted, uprooted". Common, common in colloquial language, is the term "family tree".
Great role models who appreciated the trees
Paracelsus (1493-1541), Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), Meister Eckehart (1260-1328), Johannes Kepler (1571-1630), Emanuel Swedenborg ( 1688-1772).
Hermann Hesse wrote: "Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever speaks to you, who knows how to listen to them, learns the truth. "
Lucius Annaeus Seneca: "Only the tree that was constantly exposed to winds, is firm and strong, for in battle its roots are strengthened and strengthened."