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Insects – And Gender Balance

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Published in the Society of Homeopaths Journal, Spring 2004 Double Take by Rowena J Ronson and Nigel Summerley NS In the world of insects it is common for the female to be dominant. Bees, wasps and ants have societies and hierarchies that function on the basis of females being on top and males being subordinate.…

On Birth And Death

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Published in the Society of Homeopaths Journal, Summer 2005 Double Take by Rowena J Ronson and Nigel Summerley RJR Several years ago while sitting in a religious service, a rare occasion for me, the sermon-giver discussed the topic of birth and death. It was a special, annual ritual where all those in the community who…

Nature vs Nurture

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Published in the Society of Homeopaths Journal, Spring 2012 Double Take by Rowena J Ronson and Nigel Summerley RJR Was Lionel Shriver’s Kevin born a psychopath or was his parenting a strong contributory factor? When we reflect on our own lives, how much do we honestly blame our parents for our issues, our stuckness and…

Maladies Of Our Time

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Published in the Society of Homeopaths Journal, Summer 2012 Double Take by Rowena J Ronson and Nigel Summerley The maladies of our time are legion. Humans today suffer on every level — physical, emotional and mental — just as much as they have ever done, if not more. But are humans themselves the problem? And…

On Relationships

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Published in the Society of Homeopaths Journal, Autumn 2012 Every kind of relationship has to be worked at, including the therapeutic one. But how do we work at relationships effectively? And where do we start? Rowena Ronson and Nigel Summerley examine this vital issue from different angles… RJR The first time I went to see…

A Puzzle and a Wonder

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

by Nigel Summerley Something older than the tyrannosaurus rex and the plesiosaur is alive and well and living in the UK. With a pedigree going back more than 200 million years, it is the mellifluously named araucaria – better known to gardeners as the monkey puzzle tree. Having survived millennia in its natural habitat –…

The Fly

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Rowena J Ronson revisits a classic shocker and finds a lesson we can apply to our journey through life. While watching again David Cronenberg’s The Fly (1986), after nearly 30 years since its release, the gory bits did still have similar shocking effect. But what struck me the most this time, and from the perspective…

Blue is the Warmest Colour

By Rowena Ronson | January 20, 2014

Rowena J Ronson delights in the total intimacy of one of 2013’s most emotion-packed movies. I happened to see the trailer of the new award-winning French film Blue Is The Warmest Color and those few moments were enough for me to immediately book a seat and take myself off to London’s old and characterful Phoenix…

The Reason I Jump

By Rowena Ronson | January 19, 2014

Nigel Summerley reviews an extraordinary book by a remarkable author What does it take to have a fresh and insightful view of the world? Perhaps a condition that the majority of us regard as “abnormal”. ‘The Reason I Jump’ (Sceptre, 2013) is a beautiful little book, written in the most arduous and difficult circumstances by…