About Dr Luc

Lectures & Live webinar

This is an unique course consisting of a series of five new recorded lectures in 2019, with an additional hour live webinar. The live webinar will be supplementary to the five previous lectures and also offers the opportunity to participants to ask questions about the discussed topics.

Real teachings of Hahnemann

This course offers different topics which are fruitful for any practitioner. Luc says "My first goal is to provide any homeopath with the real teachings of Hahnemann, to avoid the danger, which I already see now in several countries, that homeopathy is abolished, mainly through our own actions by following non-Hahnemannian teaching".

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Topic One: The Meeting of Carl Jung and Hahnemann: What they could have learned from each other and homeopaths from both.”

“Although these two icons are from a different century, both would have increased their practice with knowledge from each other’s discoveries. After reading all Jung’s works, I was amazed to see that he was an ‘unconscious homeopath’, formulating many homeopathic principles.  As Jung’s teachings were based on the union of the patient’s conscious and unconscious world, knowing the 6th edition of the Organon would have been a tremendous asset to reach that goal, as I read about some of his cases where he followed his patient for 25 years who went from one delusion to another without being able to achieve a cure.

I elaborate with examples exactly what he could have learned from Hahnemann. Hahnemann on the other hand, after six editions of the Organon, had reached what he called ‘the totality of the symptoms’ for the prescription of the simillimum.

I will address in this topic that he actually did not reach that goal, even for those homeopaths who strictly are following the 6th edition of the Organon, which are few in this world. This topic therefore is of enormous importance for any homeopath, beginner or advanced, as they can learn from both which will lead to a greater understanding of the patient and the key to his suffering: the simillimum.”

Topic Two: “How to translate the language of the patient into rubrics?”

If I have learned anything from my lifelong teaching, is that any homeopath, beginner or advanced (with few exceptions!) struggle with this issue. As a result, people start using esoteric methods that have nothing to do with classical 6th edition homeopathy, ‘because it is easier”, a misnomer for practicing methods that need to be reassessed after a couple of years because they fade away. Another result is that a Repertory and Materia Medica, the result of hard work and gift from our old Masters is ‘not needed’ anymore. In this topic I will provide several practical tips to aid the practitioner. And the multiple choice questions will come straight from a case of a child where the mother speaks in her language and where the student needs to do the ‘translation.’

Topic Three: “How to find the first important steps to find the simillimum. Strictly following the 6th edition of the Organon.”

Topic Three: “How to find the first important steps to find the simillimum. Strictly following the 6th edition of the Organon.”

In this topic I will go step-by-step what the first important aphorisms of the Organon need to be addressed in order to have a greater chance of finding the simillimum, without getting lost in the jungle of patient symptoms and new esoteric sayings. This will be the first important task in any patient case (and helped already by the first two topics) to make the practice more successful and create confidence in the patient.  Followed by 10 multiple choice questions.

Topic Four: “The first steps to maintain the simillimum. Strictly following the 6th edition of the Organon.”

Already James Kent lamented in his “Lesser Writings” why so many homeopaths get lost after finding the simillimum when confronted with the patient on his second visit. We might get lucky (although more ‘lucky’ with addressing topic three) of finding the simillimum on the first visit, but there is no such luck to maintain the progress of the patient in the direction of the cure. Following strictly the most important aphorisms in the Organon will help the practitioner to steer his patient to the real cure, not suppression of the patient. Followed by 10 multiple choice questions.

Topic Five: “Using the first 4 lectures, how to approach and analyze a real clinical case.”

To test the understanding and cement in memory the first 4 important lessons, a real case is discussed by Dr. Luc, using step-by-step, different questions and answers as the “patient speaks to us.” This way, the practitioner can test himself and gets in the habit to ask the right questions as well how to shift through the info given by the patient to see what is important or not, and what additional important questions need to be asked.

During a one-hour live webinar, participants will be able to ask questions about the previous lectures and Luc has time to teach about a few aspects which he feels needs some additional explanation. Luc will also address some of the written questions which have been submitted by participants while studying the lectures 1 – 5.

The date of the live webinar will be made available soon: ...

For participants who cannot be present at the live webinar, this sessions will also be made available as recording on the course video platform.

How to subsribe

To subscribe to this course "Sundays with Dr Luc":


- We will send you a short questionnaire, so we know something about your homeopathic background

- You can also subscribe to Luc's course Facebook drLucDeSchepperLive

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This is an interactive course and you can ask always any question if you need support with the course or if you have a homeopathic question to Luc.

-  Please note that all homeopathic questions should be related to the course topics.

-  Also note that all questions and answers can we shared with all course participants.

-  Luc is not able to take on any cases, for this we refer to his successor.