Taking Charge of Your Health

Hi What I have here is MacRepertory opened up to a little analysis I did sometime earlier today and you’ll see that the analysis window over here on the left has very few graph choices and There’s actually a third one here that you won’t see once you put my settings into your program because it’s one I’m experimenting with and trying out some different ideas, but what you’ll find in yours when you’re Selected is that there will be these first two Analysis methods the first one is all remedies meaning. There’s no Elimination of any remedies and the second one is what I click on it here you see it changes the graph To a Limit of the remedies that we have taught you are the anti Psoric remedies And we’ve also added in Mercurio since we adjust to cover the other two Miasms So it’s basically a smaller group Which is handy sometimes when you want to narrow down and see what that group would look like in a case analysis so you can go back and forth between them as you see here clicking on the Analysis icon so this is all remedies This is chronic remedies back to all remedies again, okay? So the way you set this up And your program yes, if you’re on a Macintosh which I’m on you open the MacRepertory Word up here, which is a menu and you go down to Startup files and You select that and when you do startup files and it’ll open this little window here It’s entitled opening files And it has different settings like which repertory you want to use automatically Which key notes you want to open by default and so on we’re interested in the program settings So you’ve been down here to the bottom Program settings you click on select It opens a window where it’s going to show you the possible choices it may look differently on yours Because I have selected this particular format, but you see them listed here under Mac you may have it like this Or you may have it just listed like that It doesn’t really matter, but whatever format, but the one you’re looking for is the one here it says Pitcairn’s approach, and you highlight it like that Just once you don’t double click it. You click. You just click on that once to highlight it, and you say open If you have this kind of look, and you just in the same way you select it and say open okay? I’m not going to actually open it up here because that’s what I’ve already selected so it’s not necessary, so I’m just going to simply Cancel, but this is what you’ll do you get the idea that you will select that choice of analysis method So once you’ve done that then your analysis will look like this You’ll have these first two little icons here that you can toggle back and forth between The analysis that’s used, it’s really quite simple And the strategy is here. I’ll show you what it looks like Basically, this is a little window here. That shows you the way you set it up, so we’re using the totality which means we’re using the grading numbers 1 2 4 we’re also using the number of rubrics so basically what it is we’re bringing you up here to the left of the graph the remedies that have the highest grading and are in the most rubrics I Did choose I did set here at a low level 3 for small rubrics to emphasize small rubrics a little I don’t know why I did that But I did and that’s the way it said it stayed so That’s what the method is Okay, I will add to this that once you’ve made this selection of the Pitcairn settings And that’ll stay there permanently you don’t have to do it again, and when you open the program up again It will be automatically the default analysis method. okay, I hope that’s clear to you and it’s pretty simple to do you only have to do it one time and If you have questions let me know but It should be a choice that you have there And and if you don’t get it the first time you can try the second time so good luck

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