The Organon of Medicine by Samuel Hahnemann contains a treasure of information about every aspect of homeopathy, including Hahnemann's views on best practice and how homeopathy works.
Grant Bentley examines aspects of The Organon in reference to contemporary practice, with focus on its place in relation to scientific thought and universal principles. Through examining natural laws, the author highlights the important strengths of the foundations of homeopathy, while also indicating some aspects of Hahnemannian thinking that are open to new interpretation, in the light of a further 200 years of practice.
Building upon the author's clinical use of natural law in determining miasmatic dominance, How Aphorism 27 Changed The World is an important addition to the homeopathic library.
Grant Bentley has written three other homeopathic books -Appearance and Circumstance, Homeopathic Facial Analysis and Soul & Survival. His methodology Homeopathic Facial Analysis (HFA) is practiced around the world. Grant is a homeopathic practitioner, teacher and scholar, and is currently the principal lecturer of the Victorian College of Classical Homeopathy in Melbourne, Australia.