- When you trade in £15 or more you’ll receive an additional £5 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card for the next time you spend £10 or more.
Health problems often have their origins in the mind. Feelings that have been persistently repressed emerge first as mental conflicts and later as physical illness.
Dr Edward Bach, a physician disenchanted with orthodox medicine, came to realise this. His many years of study and research culminated in the discovery of 38 flower remedies. He found that by working on the deep disharmony within the patient, these remedies paved the way to recovery from physical symptoms.
'Bach Flower Therapy' also explains the spiritual and psychological applications of the remedies, so the reader can gain a greater awareness of how they work and how to use them for self healing.
Mechtchild Scheffer is a practitioner who runs the Bach Centres in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Practitioner who runs the Bach Centres in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Especially useful for practitioners starting out. Would highly recommend.Published 23 days ago by Diva
It's scruffy, old and fusty - not the condition that I expected - looks v technical but am going to try and plough through it - always been fascinated by Bachs rememdies.... Read morePublished 3 months ago by squirrel 59
This is the best book I have found on the Bach Flower Remedies, and I have tried quite a few. I am re-purchasing this book to replace my old one that seems to have been lost in a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by LizT
If this is the kind of thing you like, then you may all be interested in a series of Healing Manuals I intend to publish later this year, relating to the Healing Properties of the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by fuddybo of Rotherham
I've had several copies of this book. I keep giving them away. Have used lots of books but this is the best and I would totally recommend itPublished 20 months ago by vicky smiles