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New Light on Therapeutic Energies

New Light on Therapeutic Energies (Paperback)

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This book demonstrates how to use 'nature's finer forces' for the effective healing of many ailments. The wisdom and experience of many pioneers in the healing arts is presented in this volume in simplified and practical form. Theory, equipment and instructions for use in practice are all included for most of the methods presented. The methods recommended are all completely constructive; the effects are beneficial only no risk or harm as the energies involved are gentle and natural. This book will be of interest to laymen and doctors alike. It covers a fascinating range of methods, each of which has proven highly successful in practice. Topics covered include: Natural Energies from the Earth and Sun, from Visible or Invisible Light, the Atmosphere, Elemental and Chemical Energies, and from Artificial Contrivances, and deals with such treatments as Homeopathy and Orgone Treatment. The book includes contributions by George Starr White, George Wilson, Samuel Hahnemann and his successors, and Wilhelm Reich.

Health & WellbeingHealth & PsychologyComplementary therapiesMind, Body & SpiritMind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice Publisher: James Clarke & Co Ltd Publication Date: 26/06/2003 ISBN-13: 9780718890070  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Mark Gallert N.D. (1915-1985) was a student of A. Stanley Rogers, inventor of the White Light Radionic Analyser, and built on it in develop the Gallert Analyser. In 1979, he and his ultimate successor Katherine Gray founded the Faculty of White Light Radionics. Publications: New Light on Therapeutic Energies, 1966

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