Psionic Medicine is a specialised form of homoeopathic diagnosis and treatment, practised only by doctors, dentists and veterinarians who are able to dowse and have completed the course of training, apprenticeship and scholarly dissertation prescribed by the Institute of Psionic Medicine. The practitioner is able to establish, from examination of a blood or hair sample, which miasms affect the patient and which compound homoeopathic remedy will exactly neutralise them.
The number of practitioners is small but they are able if necessary to work exclusively through correspondence. The Secretary of the Institute is Dr Geoffrey Goodyear (‘Ashburton’, Hyssington, Montgomery, Powys SY15 6AT;Tel/Fax 01588 620014) who will provide a list of practitioners and their fees in return for a stamped self-addressed envelope.
Jehovah’s Witnesses, and any other individuals who have scruples about the use of dowsing for healing purposes, may have a conscientious objection to participation in psionic medicine.