Mati H Fuller
was born and raised in Bergen, Norway. My family had no interest in
homeopathy or other types of alternative medicine, so I was brought
up with the allopathic approach. When
I started having physical problems at 18, I personally got to experience
allopathic medicine with all it's shortcomings. It was at this time
I met the person who first introduced me to homeopathy. He told me about
miasms, which are inherited weaknesses we come in with that make us
susceptible to certain diseases, and how these can be cleared with homeopathy.
I thought everything he told me sounded fascinating. His enthusiasm
made me feel new hope, and I quickly booked an appointment.
He talked to me for several hours and then went into his back room for
what seemed an eternity. He finally came out with a small bottle of
a homeopathic remedy which he gave me and instructed me on how to use.
I looked at the tiny pills and secretly wondered how such small pills
could possibly have any effect, but I had no reason to worry! I could
feel subtle changes in my body just a couple of days after I started
using the remedy, and within a few weeks my condition was completely
gone, never to return again. By now, my interest was definitely peaked,
and I started buying books about homeopathy.
I came to the United States in 1985 and settled down in the mountains
of Colorado where I got married and had two children. As soon as my
last child was out of diapers, I rekindled my passion for homeopathy
and began studying with British Institute of Homeopathy. After graduating
from British Institute, I did clinical training with Karen Allen, who
is associated with British Institute of Homeopathy. She has the unique
ability to teach not just the science of homeopathy, but also the art
of homeopathy - how to perceive the core of a case and the art of repertorizing
(analysing) a case properly. This is an art because every case is unique,
and also because there are so many methods to choose from. Working with
Karen Allen, I became so interested in core issues that I started doing
my own research. I put my findings into a book called "Beyond
the Veil of Delusions, Understanding Relationships Through Homeopathy."
This book is a cross between homeopathy and psychology, and it is written
for anyone who is interested in understanding the deeper levels of the
HERE to read reviews about "Beyond
the Veil of Delusions."
Ever since my first exposure to homeopathy, I have had great passion
for learning more about it. To me, every case is a mystery, and I love
looking for the missing clues. In addition, I also look for underlying
issues that can explain why the person got sick in the first place (homeopathic
core analysis). I believe that understanding why you are sick is just
as important as getting the right remedy. Once you have the necessary
understanding, you can work on your issues while taking the remedy,
and this will greatly speed up the time of healing.
My role as a homeopath is to become a supportive friend in your process
of healing. When you take a remedy and report back to me how your body
and mind is responding, I look at that as a dialog between the remedy
and your vital force (immune system). By evaluating what is happening,
I can then adjust the strength and frequency of the remedy accordingly.
This is why feedback is so crucial.
Homeopathy is not a passive "fix me" approach. The fact is,
there are some people I can help, and some that I can't help, and I
think you will find that this is the case with any homeopath you decide
to work with. It is simply a risk you will have to take. The only thing
I can promise for sure is that I will do my very best to help you.
Mati H Fuller, DI Hom (pract)
I no longer offer homeopathic consultations.