Rajan Sankaran

Dr Rajan Sankaran (born in 1960, Mumbai, India), is a Practitioner, Research Scientist, Teacher and Author of Homoeopathy System of Medicine. He lives and practices in Juhu area of Mumbai, India.

Dr Rajan Sankaran is the illustrious son of the well known Homeopathic Teacher, Dr P Sankaran.

He graduated from the Bombay (Mumbai) Homeopathic Medical College in 1981. He was on the Teaching Faculty of that same institution, now known as Smt. Chandaben Mohanbhai Patel Homoeopathic Medical College, as an Assistant Professor of Repertory and was an Honorary Physician. He did his M.D. (Hom) from Aurangabad University in 2006.

He is an internationally renowned thinker, teacher and writer of the homeopathic system of medicine. He is reputed to be a clear and original thinker and is best known for his path breaking concepts in Homoeopathy. His understanding of ‘disease as a delusion’ followed by his discovery of newer miasms, classification of diseased states into kingdoms (viz. plant, mineral and animal) and the seven levels of experience, brought much more clarity into understanding diseased states. This paved the way to one of the most path-breaking concepts of eliciting the vital sensation in the patient, the common thread of experience which runs through the patient at all levels. However, this method, popular as the ‘Sensation method’, was not the end of the untiring efforts to simplify the system of homoeopathic practice. The Sensation method has now evolved into a more comprehensive and synergistic approach, which strongly advocates to encompass and integrate the old, classical and traditional approaches with the latest advances. This approach – ‘The Synergy of Homoeopathy’, has resulted in a far greater predictability of results than ever before.