A wishlist is a personal list of books that you'd like to have. Friends and family can find the perfect present for you with this list.
How to create a wishlist?
When you are registered on www.narayana-verlag.com you can create your personal wishlist. To add books to your wishlist search for a book on our website. On the detailpage of the book click on the button "Add to wishlist".
How to share your wishlist with family and friends?
On the page with your wishlist the internetaddress which you can share with friends and family is clearly marked. With this address anybody can read your wishlist but of course only the owner can change the items in the wishlist.
First time to your site. You have a book I really wanted - Burnett Rediscovered that I could not find anywhere else.
Elise from USA
4 months ago
Guten Tag! Thank you for the excellent service! Danke
C.C. from USA
8 months ago
love how many languages your page comes in. very excited about my two purchases.
L.H. from USA
1 year ago
Great website. Great products, easy to order and pay. Speedy delivery
Chris from Portugal
4 months ago
Great service, easy buying.
Patty from USA
3 months ago
I always love shopping at Narayana Verlag. Thank you rfor your nice notes that you have sent to me as well. I appreciate your dedication to helping homeopaths aroudn the world. we are trying tohelp our patients and what you do makes that possible. I am eternally grateful. dr.stephen driscoll
S.D. from USA
9 months ago
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S.C. from USA
3 years ago
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R.W. from Switzerland
1 year ago
Website easy to use, payment service easy.
Will comment on product once received.
Christine from Portugal
5 months ago
miss the old 'minimum books' author Q and A forums! but thanks for keeping the core stuff rolling.
Perhaps consider carrying Matthew Woods "book of Herbal Wisdom" and his 3 volume earthwise series (including clinical plant repertory!) matt uses single remedies and homeopathy and has introduced as many new remedies to the herbal and homeopathic underground as anyone I know of. he is - for instance the only herbalist sourced by frans vermuelen (see his solidago entry in prisma, amongst others). I mention this not because I am jr co-author of the repertory (fair notice) but because Matt's work picks up where Boericke and clarke and Burnett pick up ( he is a reader and enthusiast of all three).
Anyways, he fits right in with sonnenschmidt and joe r. in integrating organ and system remedies into a bigger natura sophia approach (david little is really his closest paralele in the homeopathic world in some ways). His books are on North Atlantic along with many essential homeopathic titles a