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Just One Drop

Just One Drop takes a no-holds-barred look at the most controversial form of medicine ever invented. Homeopathy treats the entire person, not just the disease. It’s a specific form of medicine that uses minute doses of a highly diluted substance that stimulates the body to cure itself. It is these tiny doses that causes the most controversy. Researchers believe there is a release of energy in water that becomes mysteriously dynamic. Others think it’s purely psychological or worse, a form of deception or quackery. Yet millions claim homeopathy cures even though there is not yet a satisfying scientific explanation. It remains a mystery.

What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy isn’t some new age alternative medicine; it was developed over 200 years ago and still used all over the world. It’s a complete system of medicine focusing on the person rather than the disease. It’s based on the principle of “like cures like”. In other words, a substance that produces symptoms in a healthy person, similar to those experienced by someone sick, is capable of curing that disease. ‘Homeopathy’ means similar suffering.

Q&A Panel
Laurel Chiten, Filmmaker
Laurel Chiten has been critiquing and influencing social issues for over 25 years. Her high-profile films have screened at film festivals around the world; at universities and medical schools; won numerous awards; been nominated for an Emmy and been broadcast on PBS’s Emmy winning national series, Independent Lens, and POV. Her previous films have gained her acknowledgment and respect from doctors, researchers and institutions including Harvard Medical School, UCLA, MIT, and Harvard University

Her films include: Twisted (2006) about people with the neurological disorder, dystonia. Touched, (2003) about people who think they have had contact with aliens and the Harvard psychiatrist who believed them. The Jew in the Lotus (1999), about a group of rabbis that met with the Dalai Lama, and Twitch and Shout (1994) about people living with Tourette Syndrome, nominated for a national Emmy. The intention in all her work is to entertain her audiences while educating them.

Lakshmi Subramanian is a second generation Homoeopath with over 15 years of experience treating a wide range of illness using energetic medicine and healing techniques. Lakshmi is the owner of Prana For You, homoeopathic and pranic healing clinic.

She was greatly benefited by her mother’s Homoeopathic practise and her father’s meditation & healing techniques and life automatically took her on a path of studying energy healing and Homoeopathy. She holds a Bachelors degree in Homoeopathy from Mumbai, India; Certificate in advanced Pranic healing ,Pranic Psychotherapy and diploma in Forensic healing. She has worked as a lecturer in Homoeopathy & clinic supervisor at Endeavour College of Natural Health.

Lakshmi loves yoga, meditating, reading theosophical books, singing Indian classical music and Bollywood dancing.

About the event
Join us at Shirley Burke Theatre in Parkdale, Bayside Melbourne for a nourishing meal, fresh juice, snacks, beer and wine, all available for purchase before the film. Connect with our community and explore what's on offer from our local business exhibitors. There's also great prizes in our raffle thanks to our exhibitors and generous local businesses.

Event program
5.45pm doors open, nourishing food and drink available, local exhibitors
6.45pm film commences
8.30pm Q&A panel followed by prize raffle
9.00pm event concludes

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The Magic Pill