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Lost Arts Radio Show #109 - Special Guest Madeleine Innocent

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It's really a treat for me to get to introduce you to inspiring people I get to meet because of Lost Arts Radio. One of the great people whose work I have been following for years is Madeleine Innocent (www.perthhomeopath.com) (Facebook), an internationally known homeopath from Perth, Australia. Madeleine was amazed by her own experience of what homeopathy can do for animals, and decided she had to share it with others. Of course, she saw that the same amazing benefits are available for humans as well. Now she uses her knowledge and experience to help both humans and their pets all over the world.

Some people are aware of homeopathy, but think of it only in terms of homeopathic remedies, which are sometimes available in natural food and health food stores. But Madeleine and other homeopaths who have a deeper understanding of their craft know that very often there are causes in the everyday lifestyle of people or their pets, which are keeping the problem going. So just a homeopathic remedy to help restore balance will not be enough to get the best results without correcting the underlying causes. In most cases, the kind of food being consumed is a major part of the issue, but all other aspects of lifestyle are considered as well.

Madeleine has agreed to give all of us an inside view into her own experiences that led her to explore homeopathy, and what she has learned using it to help pets and people in trouble since starting her journey down this path. I think anyone interested in learning about natural health, and who appreciates pioneers and inspiring people will want to be there with me when we get to talk directly with Madeleine for this unique opportunity to learn from her experiences as a homeopath and healer of animals.

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