Natural Medicine and Homeopathy Shop
Brookvale, Sydney, NSW (02) 99059415
Our shop is a treasure trove of carefully selected products and books on Natural Medicine and Homeopathy. Order on-line or drop-in to the clinic for professional advice. RETURNS AND REFUNDS: Return your unused goods within 30 days with your receipt and you are eligible for a refund. Please read the full policy before purchase. SHIPPING: Our shipping costs are Standard Australia Post Fees and are carrier calculated according to weight. DISCLAIMER: In any chronic illness, the advice of your healthcare professional should always be sought. You are encouraged to begin an open dialogue between your homeopath and your doctor to ensure that you are receiving the best care possible.
The Tao of Homeopathy
Just holding this book in your hand gives you a feeling of what is to come when you start to open the pages and read it. You can't help stroking the cover. Visually it is a beautiful little hardcover book but there is so much more here than pretty looks. It is intended to serve as a link between the philosophies and practices of homeopathy and taoism. It is hoped that something of the magic of homeopathy may be glimpsed through the perspective of taoism, whilst the ancient wisdom and wit of the taoist sage may, in the guise of a homeopath, find a new audience. It is also the authors intention that something of the essence of homeopathy might be conveyed through these pages in a way that non-homeopaths will grasp, perhaps more readily than homeopaths themselves.
"Disease is the cure in progress. It is the mechanism by which the body wisdom asserts itself and communicates its needs. The homeopath understands that disease is never static. It is a dynamic process, always changing from moment to moment...Healing is also a process, never a singular event." From page seven.
It is a beautiful gift for a friend who is a homeopath and for a friend who is not.
Illustrations: Rana Chalabi. Rana is a Syrian/Lebanese artist who has lived in
Cairo for over 32 years. She is a visionary artist whose work reflects her varied interests but is dominated by her interest in movement, both physical and spiritual. Sufism is her abiding love and her wide brush strokes in this book reflect