When an individual has not resolved a negative experience, the stored trauma may lead to such physical problems as high blood pressure, asthma, headaches, gastritis, addictive behavior, and learning disabilities. This book adds form and substance to homeopathic healing, aligning older theories in the Organon with modern psychological theory about how disease takes hold in our body.
In constitutional treatment, the various threads of problems troubling the person are woven into a picture of that individual's deep distress and dis-ease. This 'soul work' depends on the person understanding where they are truly disturbed at the deeper levels of their being. Through their awareness and understanding, the stories people bring to the homeopath's attention help uncover the precise remedy needed for deep healing. Homeopathy teaches us that in order to be truly holistic, the core of the person must be understood and healed. The core of us is in our will, understanding, and heart - what the ancients called our soul.
Homeopathy offers a useful alternative set of medications for the childbearing cycle. The book offers an introduction to the philosophy and practice of homeopathy, as well as case presentations of successful homeopathic treatments for mother and child, including labor pain, teething, depression, irritability, and marital discord.
Recovering from Loss: When Humans and Animals Lose Their Companions
Author: Kaetheryn Walker
Pubpsher: Simon and Schuster
Stories that address the grieving process of humans and animals who have lost their companions and that give advice on how best to help yourself and others recover • Gives practical advice on recovery, including self-care, support systems, and homeopathic recipes, and also discusses the painful topic of euthanasia • The first book to address the topic of animal grief at the loss of a companion, explaining how to recognize grief in animals and how to help them heal Anyone who has lost a treasured animal companion knows that this can be as devastating as losing a human loved one. Unfortunately, our society's sympathy with this loss is not commensurate with the actual grief people feel. Kaetheryn Walker fills this void by presenting true stories of the grief process she and others went through after the death of their animal companions. She gives practical advice on recovery, including daily self-care, support systems, and homeopathic remedies, and discusses the painful topic of euthanasia as well. Her book is also the first to address the important topic of animal grief at the loss of a companion. She explains how to recognize grief in animals and how to help them heal.
In this updated reissue of their classic Homeopathy: A Frontier in Medical Science, Italian physicians Paolo Bellavite and Andrea Signorini thoroughly examine previous and current literature on the science of homeopathy in order to discover answers to the elemental questions about homeopathy. Bellavite and Signorini engage in a fascinating discussion of the biophysics of water, biological effects of electomagnetic fields, chaos theory, and fractals.
‘This book is full of wisdom … and should be required reading for all women of childbearing age.’ Marsden Wagner, M.D., M.S.P.H. Among women there used to be a ‘common’ sense of what was appropriate, effective and safe in pregnancy and birth. Today, common sense has given way to expert opinion. Pat Thomas’s excellent guide hopes to restore a little balance. It will provide women with the resources they need not only to cope with, but to enjoy their pregnancy. Pat Thomas treats pregnancy as a state of health, suggesting practical guidelines for a good diet and gentle exercises while offering sensible advice for common complaints that may occur. She also deals with the mother’s emotional wellbeing both during and after pregnancy and looks sympathetically at the role of the man and how it can be enhanced to the benefit of both parents. Written in a supportive and easy style, the book includes helpful nutritional charts, useful addresses and further reading. The CommonSense Approach series is a series of self-help guides that provide practical and sound ways to deal with many of life’s common complaints. Each book in the series is written for the layperson, and adopts a commonsense approach to the many questions surrounding a particular topic. It explains what the complaint is, how and why it occurs, and what can be done about it. It includes advice on helping ourselves, and information on where to go for further help. It encourages us to take responsibility for our own health, to be sensible and not always to rely on medical intervention for every ill. Other titles in the series include Depression – The CommonSense Approach, Headaches – The CommonSense Approach and Stress – The CommonSense Approach. Pregnancy – The CommonSense Approach: Table of Contents Foreword by Dr Marsden Wagner Pregnancy is a State of Health Diet — Your First Priority Exercise and Rest — Finding the Balance Natural Alternatives During Pregnancy Common Complaints When a ‘Problem’ Isn’t a Problem A Word About Your Partner Looking Ahead to Labour The Babymoon Essential Vitamins Essential Minerals Further Reading
The revolutionary, highly effective technique that allows you to free yourself from emotional hang-ups—forever! Does your fear of flying make travel with friends and family impossible? Are you having trouble coping with the loss of a loved one or forgiving yourself for a mistake you made long ago? For the millions of people who suffer from phobias, anxieties, or distressing emotions such as anger, guilt, and grief, the breakthrough science of Thought Field Therapy—an easy-to-use practice often referred to as “acupressure for the emotions”—can make a remarkable difference. In this groundbreaking book, psychologists Peter Lambrou and George Pratt make their highly successful techniques available to everyone through simple exercises that anyone can use to treat everyday emotional roadblocks with immediate and permanent results. A blend of Western psychotherapy and Chinese medicine, Thought Field Therapy (or TFT) uses the body’s meridian energy systems to treat emotional issues that can take years to unravel through traditional, talk-based therapy. A combination of breathing and relaxation exercises, affirmations, and tapping on specific pressure points on the body, TFT can instantly eliminate problems such as a fear of flying or public speaking, addictive urges, or painful emotions such as embarrassment or regret. Used on thousands of people with a 95 percent success rate, the step-by-step methods in Instant Emotional Healing now allow you to master this amazingly simple, astonishingly effective practice for yourself—and open the door to a lifetime of emotional control and well-being.
Two medical doctors provide an expert, easy-to-use reference to an increasingly popular form of treatment and healing that uses natural remedies to cure everything from headaches to chicken pox and insomnia, and include ways to find a reliable homeopathic practitioner.