Beginner's Guide to Bach Flower Remedies with Repertory
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Beginner's Guide to Bach Flower Remedies with Repertory

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Item Code: NAS396
Author: Dr. V. Krishnamoorty
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd
Language: English
Edition: 2017
ISBN: 9788131902943
Pages: 226
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details 8.50 X 5.50 inch
Weight 230 gm
About the Book

It is a pioneering zeal by the author on a new subject of Bach Flower Remedies, which is an allied subject of homeopathy. The system of flower remedies is still in its infancy stages. In this work, description of remedies is written in a lucid language with cases treated by the author himself. The cases given are complete in every context along with follow ups and patient's feedback to the system of medicine. The repertory section of the book is complete and the rubrics can be located in minute's time. In this 2" edition of the book, the font and the size of book has been increased, which is now very impressive and attractive.

About the Author

Dr. V. Krishnamoorty, is not new to homeopathic world. He has distinguished himself by his scholarly papers; 'Diseases of Females’, ‘Legal Medicine in Homoeopathy’, 'Cancer and its Cure’, which have been published in various journals in India and abroad. Besides this, his book ‘Learn Homoeopathy the Easy Way’ has been praised by students and practitioners alike. Dr. Krishnamoorty has now turned his attention to Bach Flower system and he is currently working on the system and doing independent research in the same.

  • Each medicine is described in its wholesome aspect — name, symptoms, dosage, follow ups and feedbacks from patients after treatment
  • Auseful section on Repertory of Bach flower remedies

Preface

One day a lady brought her weeping child to my clinic. When I tried to take hold of it, the latter continued to weep with its arms stretched forward towards her face. The mother told me that the child all of a sudden started weeping without any apparent cause; as it could not be pacified by any means, she brought it to me. The homeopathic reference book, C.B. Knerr’s Repertory was consulted:

Mind : Weeping, sudden, with clutching of hair, or nurse’s face (cerebro-spinia meningitis): Dig.

I told the mother it was brain-fever and gave the child a dose of the homeopathic remedy Digitailis in the 30" potency. Within moments, weeping stopped and no further treatment was given. (In Chinese medicine or allopathy, diagnosis and thereafter treatment for meningitits, will take a minimum of one week for complete cure.) On seeing the cure of the child with one single dose, a Chinese doctor came to learn homeopathy and acupressure under my guidance praised the system and asked me whether it is superior to all others. I explained as under:

"To restore the ‘living’ sick person to health" homeopathy alone is superior to all other pharmacologically-oriented system of therapeutics, that too gently, quickly and permanently. But in case of collapse, heart-attacks, venomous bites etc., when breathing and pulse beat have almost ceased and death imminent (resuscitation of the moribund) or even when the victim declared dead. Chinese acupressure has given life to the dead (revivification) and there are cases on record where even after having been buried, the body was dug out and patient revivified with acupressure.

For getting the strength of one hundred elephants, homeopathy and acupressure are helpless. To acquire such enormous strength, in siddha (the ancient super system of medicine of Tamil Nadu in South India) the tonic narasimha lehiyam is par excellence. (But at the present day good siddha doctors knowing the formulae of these types of rare Tamil medicines, alchemy and treatment of chronic diseases with one single dose, are difficult to find as they wander in the remote interior villages and forests).

Instead of entering into such arguments as to whether a particular system is superior to others, it will be healthy if we attempt to know the actual role and place of different therapies.

1. After a person falls ‘sick’, homeopathy is the best.

2. To restore the ‘dead’ to life (revivification) after electrical trauma, poison-bite etc, acupressure has been demonstrating its superiority; no medicines or needles are used and the treatment is easy to learn, the simplest and easiest, but, at the same time, the results are quickest and almost sure. In the month of December 1986, the annual convention of the church at Pondicherry was coming to an end and the little boys started pulling down the decoration papers when unexpectedly a boy was electrocuted after having come in contact with a live electric wire that was cut off while pulling down the decorations. He was violently thrown away and fell down unconscious. Two allopathic physicians attending the function rushed to the boy, examined him and declared the case, ‘hopeless.’ The participants were asked to assemble together to pray for the departed soul. On hearing this, one Sr. Irene Chiramel of St. Joseph’s Dispensary, Cheyyur, Chingleput District (who had completed acupressure training under our guidance two years prior to this incident) came from the next room looked at the victim and immediately started giving acupressure treatment; within a few minutes the boy opened his eyes, got up and walked away. No other treatment was given. (In siddha system of Tamil Nadu, and one-inch long opening on the vertex is made with a knife and the oxide of medically processed emerald gem is put into the head of the dead victim of snake-bite, and the opening closed with sutures; the same medicine in powder form is also blown into the nostril and in a few minutes the victim comes back to life! An instance of the revivification of a snake-bite victim with this treatment given to a dead body dug out from the grave, has appeared in the Tamil daily dinamani.)

But homeopathy is helpless in such case of a ‘dead’ person.

3. Imagine the constitution of a person whose body is not cut when a sword is slashed through his body and the bullet from a gun goes through the body and comes out from the other end, but it hurts him not, nor does it cause any bleeding or wound. An example is the real life of the notorious Rasputin of Russia who could not be so easily killed by swords or a few bullets. One can acquire such a physique after taking a course of 42 day Tamil medicine called narasimha lehiyam with the prescribed diet regimen. This type of medicine is not possible in other systems. With their super medicines the ancient siddha doctors create invisible super physiology in the human body.

4. To make the suffering poor; rich, to enable the unemployed to get a suitable job that would not only give him better income but also job satisfaction, or to become satisfactorily self-employed, nothing can equal Dr. Bach Flower Remedies of England. For problems in life these give the best answer. Though curing of any disease is also possible in this system, in some cases these have failed and we had to resort to homeopathy.

Injuries, wounds, poison-bites etc. are not ‘diseases’ per se. Still in these cases homeopathy has done wonderful job by giving relief and total cure, but such things can only be called as ‘misapplied homeopathy.’

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