The Homoeopathic Life
A significant book, which could become a useful guide for parents, counsellors and people experiencing mental, emotional, or psychological difficulties, such as depression, panic disorders, chronic fatigue, eating disorders, and so on.
Psychological Counsellor/Philosopher Keiichi Saito
Immediately after reading this book, I became certain that it was one of the most significant works among the many available homoeopathy-related texts. This work far exceeds the traditional boundaries of homoeopathy and should be read by all parents as, what I believe to be, a guide for living. I soon specified this text as required reading for the counselling study group of which I am host and encouraged participants to read it in turn and study it in depth.
As a hospital counsellor, I have come into contact with people with both emotional and physical problems. These have ranged from patients suffering from mental illness, depression, panic disorders, chronic fatigue, eating disorders, self-harm, school withdrawal and spouse and family problems to chronic conditions such as skin problems and general malaise and even include many patients with terminal cancer. As I served in this capacity, I have come to realise an important common feature; namely that there are an extremely large number of individuals who possess a wounded inner child.