By Em Colley
It certainly does! For over 20 years I’ve been grateful for homeopathy in my life. From saving my horse’s eye to being able to help others with a multitude of things, there’s rarely a day goes by without me feeling thankful for it.
Something the Magic Pills team love to do is share the positive stories around homeopathy – not just the ones in the movie. You may have seen if you’ve been on our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MagicPillsMovie/) or YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/anandahomeopathics) that we’ve several accounts of how homeopathy has helped others with various things – from reducing depression and anxiety to saving lives.
We’d like to invite you, with the release of Magic Pills to the world, to create your own mini-movie, share your own video of how homeopathy has worked for you.
Our friends in the UK at 4Homeopathy created the following easy guide create a video for Homeopathy Awareness Week 2018 (http://www.homeopathyawarenessweek.com/2018-campaign/) – have a read of it if you need any help. Alternatively if you’ve a teenager in your home you’re pretty much sure of having an expert in the house already!
We love to share on our page, so do send us a link if you’ve got it uploaded and we’ll do our best to get it out to the world to help celebrate the wonder of these magic pills!
How to create a video:
Use the video camera setting on a smart phone or camera and press record – it’s as easy as that. You may want a question to answer (see below) or just to start talking about your experience of homeopathy when you’re filming. You can get a friend to help film you or simply use the front facing camera on your phone – like you do when you take a selfie.
Messages could be:
– How homeopathy has helped you or a client, friend or family member
– What you’d say to a friend about homeopathy
– If homeopathy has reduced your dependence on medication/improved your quality of life and how
– End with ‘homeopathy works for me’
– Film in landscape setting, not portrait
– Make sure the lighting is sufficient (you may need to turn lights on) and are clearly seen
i.e. don’t film with a window behind you
– Look at the framing, try to get head and shoulders in shot
– Look at what is behind you, film against a back drop that looks good
– Keep it short, start with a smile
– Usually the first go is the most natural and best
– Make sure there are no other noises and speak clearly but naturally
– Hold your hand steady or support your hand on a flat surface (or use a tripod if you have one)
Sending your video
– Make sure you are on wi-fi and connected to the internet
– Click on the movie and then click the ‘share’ icon
– You will see various options e.g. Facebook, YouTube, Email etc
– Upload the video to your social media channels