Homeopathy is an ever-expanding field. Though the basic principles were discovered 200 years ago, they are still the foundation of our knowledge. Since then, homeopaths and patients worldwide have found that these principles, as applied in practice, still prove their worth. While these basic principles have not changed, all of homeopathy is evolving and expanding constantly.

Homeopaths all over the world constantly add to our knowledge of well-known and new remedies. My field of expertise in research is C4-Triturations which I offer to homeopaths and homeopathic students.

I also offer C4-Triturations to the general public; I prefer to call these workshops Shameeah. Besides their homeopathic background, Shameeah workshops also incorporate the principles of alchemy and the worldview of aboriginal peoples.

Shameeah Ceremonies / C4-Triturations
These are exciting journeys into the Mystery of Creation.
A Shameeah (pronounced sha-mee-ah) is a sacred ceremony in which we communicate with one specific being of nature who teaches us about one specific aspect of life.

Grinding down a substance with mortar and pestle is an ancient act which healers of all cultures all over the world have performed for thousands of years. In pharmaceutical terms, this is called a trituration. When we use milk sugar as carrier substance and follow a specific sequence of grinding, scraping, and diluting, this is called a homeopathic trituration. In the past, triturations were thought to be merely a mechanical process necessary to prepare a remedy. However, this is not the case. In grinding down a tiny bit of a substance, which might be of mineral, plant, or animal origin, we set free the energy that particular substance holds. This creates an energy field vibrating in the room. Now we resonate with that field. This process is called a C4-trituration.

During the 20 years of immersing myself in these exciting experiences, my personal style evolved. I now call them Shameeah. A Shameeah is a sacred ceremony of communion with nature, the mechanics of which come from homeopathy, the energetics from alchemy, and the ceremonial aspect from the wisdom of indigenous peoples.

What does a Shameeah ceremony look like in practice?
We come together in a group. As a group, we create a stronger energetic field which carries us through the journey. At the same time, the “remedy,” the being of nature that we are exploring, can express different aspects of its essence more completely in a group than with a single person.

In the beginning of the process we connect with the vibration of the substance on the lower energetic levels (C1 and C2), where we might face uncomfortable sensations. As we ascend into the next level (C3), we gain insight and understanding. Eventually we reach the Sacred, the Divine which resides in the core of everything that exists (C4).

A Shameeah is:

  • establishing a friendship. After connecting with its essence, even a maligned weed turns into a precious friend.
  • the experience that everything around us is willing to communicate with us and has the desire to support us in our soul’s journey.
  • the acknowledgement of a being of nature, which helps to heal the natural balance.
  • the bridging of inside and outside. In dealing with a being of nature, we connect with an inner aspect of ourselves.
  • an intense transformational experience. Problems are overcome without struggle; connecting to a higher vibrational level of consciousness, the solution is allowed to reveal itself.
  • a portal for new conscious awareness, for a new understanding of one’s own life.
  • Words cannot express the depth and the beauty of the experience. The experience behind the words is the real truth.

My invitation is: Come, and experience Shameeah for yourself.

Who will benefit?


  • who is looking for a deeper understanding of nature, outer and inner
  • who desires a truly transformational experience
  • who is engaged in the protection of nature
  • who desires to develop the perception of subtle energies
  • Homeopaths, eager to have a hands-on experience of actually making a remedy.
  • Herbalists and other healers who seek a deeper understanding of their remedies.
  • Gardeners and farmers who are looking for a deeper understanding of the plants, animals, and pests they deal with.
  • Simply put, ‘Almost everybody