- Brand: Healing Arts Press
- Product Code: bach-flower-therapy-HAP
- Quantity per Container: 240 Pages
Bach Flower Therapy Theory and Practice is a comprehensive book on Bach Flower Remedies. Along with describing the 38 remedies, this book goes into the spiritual and psychological applications of the therapy so both patients and practitioners can gain deeper insight into the underlying concepts.
1. The Bach Flower Remedies - a Holistic Approach to Treatment
2. How Do the Remedies Work? - a Possible Interpretation
3. Finding the Right Remedy
4. The 38 Bach Flowers
5. The Remedies in Practice
6. Experiences in Treatment
7. Questions and Answers
One of the newest movements in medicine concerns itself with the role played by mental/emotional stress in precipitating disease. Dr. Edward Bach, a British bacteriologist, recognized that many of his patients physical ills were directly related to certain negative states of mind.
After years of research, he discovered a set of 38 flower and herbal remedies that work on the deep disharmony within the patient and, in so doing, pave the way to recovery from physical symptoms.
Mechthild Scheffer, a lay practitioner and representative of the Bach Centre in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, has taken Dr. Bachs approach a step further. Her book is the first comprehensive review to consider the spiritual and psychological applications of the Bach Flower Remedies.
Scheffer describes the flower remedies in such a way that a patient taking one of them can gain deeper insight into the underlying psychological concept of the remedy and thereby benefit more fully from its healing potential. Her book, which includes lists of symptoms to facilitate diagnosis, is an excellent guide for practitioners and lay readers alike.
About the Author:
The official representative of the Edward Bach Centers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, Mechthild Scheffer has decades of practice as a naturopath in her native Germany. She has published several books on Bach flower remedies.