Category Archives: Temperament

The Four Temperaments in Rhythm of the Home

I wrote these four articles for Rhythm of the Home Magazine. They are nice little vignettes about the temperaments that we wrote that explore in a unique and seasonal manner. Note that the original links to the online magazine are broken and we have not been provided with new links...
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What Your Child and Spouse Have in Common

When I wrote the book “The Temperaments and the Adult-Child Relationship” I wanted to focus on creating a handbook for parents working on a better relationship with their child. The two main keys to making this book successful was to make sure I included: 1. Specific guidelines for each temperament...
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Dealing with Blame and Guilt on a Healing Journey

Over the past two decades of consulting I’ve met a large number of clients who are letting blame and guilt negatively affect their lives. This blame and guilt not only motivates their actions in negative ways, but also adds stress which reflects in increased system imbalances. For many years I...
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Pumpkin Smoothie for Balance & Nutrition

Pumpkin Smoothies are one of my favorite autumn treats and the best part of them is that they are super healthy as well! They are filled with vitamins, minerals and even protein and calcium. When you drink a pumpkin smoothie you are helping your body balance in so many ways....
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The Temperaments in Education

Temperaments in Education By Kristie Karima Burns, MH, ND, Ph.D. Copyright 1998 Even Samuel Hahnneman, the father of homeopathy recognized the importance of type and related that it was important to know a persons type to discover the different ways they would exhibit the same disease and the different ways...
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