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Esoteric Healing Part 3 by Dr. Douglas M. Baker

Esoteric Healing Part 3

Description : Esoteric Healing – Part 3: Flower Remedies and Medical Astrology It was the Tibetan Master D.K. who pointed out that there was a very real link between Man and his unconscious through the Plant Kingdom. The work of Carl Jung has brought into being what is now called psychosomatic medicine and has established the reality of an unconscious in each man which he shares, in part, collectively with all mankind, and from which stems much of his disease.' Using drugs, such as those inflicted by orthodox medicine on the public at large, is not the way that medicine will take in the future. It is a temporary expedient which wreaks havoc through its side effects and one which must be progressively set aside as the use of Flower Remedies becomes more universal. The angiosperms, or flowering plants, which include many trees, underwent an immense initiation about 70 million years ago on this planet, just about the time that man began to materialise his physical form. And humanity owes much of its structure to what it has drawn from those flowering plants in its evolution. What better way to correct his imbalances than through the finest essences of that from which he was derived. The cause of 90% of man's disease lies in planes other than the physical, and it is on those planes that symptoms manifest first, before they work through to show as gross physical disorders. In using the Flower Remedies the attempt is made, via the Plant Kingdom, to reach the innermost structures producing the origins of the diseased condition. This masterly written text/reference manual is a must-have for all those interested or practicing alternative healing or esoteric astrology! This valuable writing is enhanced by over 120 images (many in color), lists, astrological charts and, reference and correlation charts. A special section deals with dosage, obtaining and producing your own flower remedies

Subtitle : Flower Remedies and Medical Astrology

Authors : Dr. Douglas M. Baker

Published Date : 2014-04-04

Publisher : Baker eBooks Publishing

ISBN : 9781625690111

Page : 268 Pages

Categories : Body, Mind & Spirit

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