Message from Dr Torako Yui
“I held the first historical conference involving India and Japan, the Indo-Japan Homoeopathy International Conference in Delhi on 18th, 19th and 20th October 2013 with the cooperation of C.A.S.H. It was a big challenge for me to introduce Japanese homoeopathy, which is about 20 years old, i.e. a short history of homoeopathy as compared to the big country of homoeopathy, India. I have succeeded in many cases by using the ZEN method which is based on the teachings of Hahnemann and matches modern diseases or intractable diseases in an endless quest to treat patients who were suffering from diseases in Japan –a big country with many iatrogenic diseases. As a result of my studies, I have also found that integrating homoeopathic treatment with the inner child healing, increase the patients’ curative power as Japanese people have particular values with childish emotions, so they need to release the values by healing their inner child. I had made up my mind to receive a big objection from the homoeopathic doctors of India as classical homoeopathy has been widely spread there when I decided to go for this challenge. Contrary to this expectation of mine, we reached the agreement at the Indo-Japan homoeopathy International Conference in 2013 that homoeopaths should keep learning, discovering and evolving without sticking to a method in order to cure patients. I am even receiving messages from Indian homoeopathic doctors who ‘wish to learn ZEN method’ nowadays. As Hahnemann said, we need to prescribe many remedies to cure intractable diseases. From the bottom of my heart, I express my gratitude to the Indian homoeopathic doctors for accepting our Japanese method. We, the Japanese homoeopaths were also hugely inspired by the Indian speakers at the conference. In this way, it will be a very important thing that we give presentations for each other by joining hands between countries of the world, for homoeopathy to develop. I am delighted to announce that the second Indo-Japan World Homoeopathy Conference is going to be held on 28 February and 1 March 2015 in Delhi, India.
I wish, Indian homoeopathic doctors, Japanese homoeopaths and homoeopaths from other countries give presentations about the results of their daily practices, inspire each other and take the great knowledge and wisdom, which they gained at this conference back home, to return the fruits to their patients. I am also willing to share my latest clinical cases at this conference. In India, the Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi on Sunday, 9th November 2014, appointed Mr Shripad Yesso Naik to be a Minister of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH). I learnt that AYUSH has become an independent ministry and Mr Modi has shown his policy to push forward practices and promotions of traditional medicines further. I express my respects to India where healthy medical systems are more strengthening. It has been about 20 years since I brought homoeopathy in Japan. As of today, there are 1,500 graduates from the Japan Royal Academy of Homoeopahty (RAH) and College of Holistic Homoeopathy (CHhom) which I founded, 600 registered homoeopaths at the Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association (JPHMA), 300 Nippon homoeopathy centres recognized by the JPHMA and 100 animal homoeopaths. 
It is estimated that at least 200 thousand people are using homoeopathy in Japan. As compared to 20 years ago, when no professional homoeopaths existed in Japan except for me, the environment in which many more Japanese people are able to receive benefits of homoeopathy has been established now. However, if we compare with India where the traditional medicine has been widely and officially accepted, it is still a long way to reach. I wish to ask for support and cooperation from Indian homoeopathic doctors for Japan to gain the medical systems like in India. 
I am looking forward to meeting you all in Delhi.”
Best wishes 
Torako Yui, Ph.D.Hom 
The chairperson of Indo-Japan World Homoeopathy Conference 
The chairperson of the Japanese Homoeopathic Medical Association
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Yui, Torako
Topic of presentation: The ZEN method: Cases of intractable diseases such as cancer, Inner child healing, Homoeopathic natural farming and dietary life 
Abstract: The greatest homoeopath in Japan, Torako Yui (Ph.D.Hom) has proved cure in the difficult cases (intractable diseases) with this great innovation. Not only developmental disorder cases (91% improvement in rates of recovery in 168 cases), but many cases of intractable diseases have also been improved with the ZEN method. The ZEN method was born, taking into account the current situation in Japan, adhering to the teachings of Hahnemann. As all the people who are creative and imaginative, Hahnemann broke rules provided by himself over and over. Dr Yui found that Hahnemann, the person who created and spread homoeopathy was always on the way to learning to become a true homoeopath. He was full of experimental mind, and free from his own opinions. Every prescription was an experiment. He did not know what would happen, and he was often surprised by what happened. It was true that he continued observation and experiments until the end of his life. Dr Yui learnt this spirit of Hahnemann and has built up the ZEN method which matches the modern times in Japan. Dr Yui’s faith is ‘curing is more important than dogma’. The ZEN method is completed by seeing human-beings as the Trinity - mind, body and soul - three dimensionally and integrating the healing of their inner child. The major cause of diseases lies in suppression of symptoms (iatrogenic diseases) and suppression of emotions (inner child). The ZEN method offers amazingly high cure rate and the blessings for lots of people who are suffering from intractable diseases.
Master, Farokh J.
Topic: Sycotic Miasm in Clinical Practice 
Abstract: I will be discussing Sycotic Miasm as Hahnemann understood followed by its application in current scenerio. I will also be discussing significance of Gonorrhea and Sycotic Miasm, this will be followed by uses of Hahnemann Anti-Sycotic Remedies.
Banerji, Prasanta and Pratip:
They have established the 'Prasanta Banerji' Homeopathic Research Foundation (PBHRF) in Kolkata They have developed ‘Banerji Protocol’ and have shown successful results in various incurable diseases and chronic diseases, such as cancer, renal failures, multiple sclerosis, etc.
Manchanda, Raj Kumar:
Director General, Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy. 
Topic: ‘Efficacy of homeopathic intervention in subclinical hypothyroidism with or without autoimmune thyroiditis in children: an exploratory randomized control study’
Chattopadhyay, Rajat
Topic: Homoeopathic Approach to Auto-immune disorders. 
Abstract: With the advancement of Clinical Medicine the incidences of autoimmune disorders are increasing which may be the most priority area of Research in the field of Medicine in the near future. The auto antibodies are identified with the invention of epoch-making biotechnologies, cellular/ mollicular pathology, nano technology in medicine etc but the cause of very basic initial changes in the economy for which one’s own cell loses its self identity, can not be explained in the light of science as it ought to be. The conventional medicine has its own type of approach to treat the condition which proved to be not of long standing or not having any permanent transformation to healthy state, rather a palliative method of treatment while Homoeopathic Medicine with its holistic approach, unique way of exhaustive detailed case taking can provide more reliable and permanet solution to the disordered economy. This paper will concentrate on the evolution, anamnesis and management of Autoimmune disorders throgh Homoeopathic System of Medicine. Few case studies as well as few research outcome from different observational, clinical studies may be discussed accordingly.
Jain, Nishant
Topic: Quality Control - Significance in Homoeopathic Medicine Manufacturing.
Khan, L.M.
Topic: ‘Pleasure of Prescribing’ Abstract: ‘Every new case is a mystery in itself and when we open the magic door to begin the journey from the surface to the depth, from the body to the soul from the human to the being; we find the results beyond expectation.’
Arora, Geeta
Topic: Importance of Testing of Plant Material in Homeopathic Medicine Manufacturing
Sahani, M.K
Topic: Repertorial approach to single remedy prescribing in acute illness.

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