Passionate Medicine

Making the transition from conventional medicine to homeopathy

Robin Shohet (Redaktør) ; David Owen (Innledning)

«<p>`This book makes a real attempt to explain homeopathy beyond the superficial knowledge most of us have, and it raises interesting questions about ourselves and our own lives. On the one hand it is amazing to hear doctors rue the lack of discussion of feelings. On the other you can't help thinking how extraordinary it is that clinicians studiously avoid the questions of life and death they face every day.<br /><br />Doctors sceptical of homeopathy may find themselves wondering how such intelligent and articulate people can be proponents. For all doctors this book has the potential to raise searching questions, especially for those who feel they did lose something of themselves when they first entered the dissecting room.'</p>»

A series of autobiographical stories that challenge the shortcomings of conventional medicine and make a convincing case for the inherent ability for people to help heal themselves Les mer
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A series of autobiographical stories that challenge the shortcomings of conventional medicine and make a convincing case for the inherent ability for people to help heal themselves
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Forlag: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 192
ISBN: 9781843102984
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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«<p>`This book makes a real attempt to explain homeopathy beyond the superficial knowledge most of us have, and it raises interesting questions about ourselves and our own lives. On the one hand it is amazing to hear doctors rue the lack of discussion of feelings. On the other you can't help thinking how extraordinary it is that clinicians studiously avoid the questions of life and death they face every day.<br /><br />Doctors sceptical of homeopathy may find themselves wondering how such intelligent and articulate people can be proponents. For all doctors this book has the potential to raise searching questions, especially for those who feel they did lose something of themselves when they first entered the dissecting room.'</p>»

«`Highly readable book, allowing the passion and the individuality of the contributors to shine through'.»

«`Charla Devereux writes: Five doctors and two veterinary surgeons, all members of the Homeopathic Professionals Teaching Group (HPTC) describes their individual journeys from conventional medicine to homeopathy. One of the threads that connects their experiences is the recognition of the important role that emotions play in health, those of both the patient and physician, as opposed to a detached clinical approach to illness. The relationship between orthodox medicine and alternative therapies is another important issue considered, making this a good read, especially but not exclusively for those in or contemplating a career in medicice.'»

«`This interesting book looks at the life-stories of five doctors and two veterinary surgeons as they search for more effective ways of healing, beyond conventional medicine. It offers a deep, if not clinical, insight into this miraculous therapy and suggests that breakthroughs in quantum physics are now illuminating how homeopathy actually works.'»

Introduction.1. Following My Heart Brian Kaplan, Fellow of the Faculty of Homeopathy. 2. The Medicine of Experience Alice Greene, Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy.3. Medicine - A Suitable Case for Treatment? My Inner Journey David Owen. 4. Seeking the True Nature Peter Gregory, Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy. 5. The Betrayal of Nature John Saxton. 6. Discovering the Art of Healing - A Doctor's Journey David Curtin, Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy. 7. My Journey Into Medicine Charles Forsyth, Member of the Faculty of Homeopathy. Conclusion. Subject Index. Author Index.
Robin Shohet is a freelance management consultant, psychotherapist and writer. He lives in Moray, Scotland.