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Dr Petr Simeon Gajdos
"Here is my secret. It is very simple: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye."
Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Dr. Petr Simeon Gajdos practises homeopathy over 25 years at clinics in Pilsen and Prague, the Czech Republic, and also online. He does homeopathic research and lectures at The London College of Homeopathy, the United Kingdom. He studied psychotherapy and craniosacral therapy, and is interested in the therapeutic techniques of native peoples. In his private practice, he uses an integrated approach adapted to the needs of each client.
He is a proponent of narrative-based medicine. He is interested in mythology and aligned with philosophical phenomenological methods. A believer in humanity and humanistic principles, his work is firmly rooted in biological pragmatism. His spiritual journey is best described as a free choreography of diversity in unity.
He is an urgent medicine doctor with Emergency Medical Services of Pilsen Region, the Czech Republic. Also, he works in the respiratory intensive care unit (RICU) equipped with 20 ventilators, and in the intensive care unit at the Harley Street Clinic in London, the United Kingdom.
One day, an old man was walking along a beach that was littered with thousands of starfish that had been washed ashore by the high tide. As he walked he came upon a young boy who was eagerly throwing the starfish back into the ocean, ONE by ONE.
Puzzled, the man looked at the boy and asked what he was doing. Without looking up from his task, the boy simply replied, “I’m saving these starfish. If I don't throw them back into the sea, they will die from the lack of oxygen, Sir”.
The old man chuckled aloud, “Son, there are thousands of starfish and only one of you. What difference can you make?” The boy picked up a starfish, gently tossed it into the water and turning to the man, said, “I made a difference to that ONE !”