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  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House UK; 1st Edition Uk edition (7 Sept. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 184850103X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848501034
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 2 x 21.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
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An exciting and very interesting book. (Yoga Magazine 2009-11-01)

One of the best books written about health ever. (Anna Rogers Miss Eco Glam Blog 2011-01-17)

About the Author

Barbara Wren is the founder of the College of Natural Nutrition and has been teaching and lecturing for the past 27 years, showing people a different approach to healing through nutrition and healing techniques.

Author Residence: Tiverton, Devon


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193 of 205 people found the following review helpful By Toni on 11 Dec. 2009
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Wren is a trailblazer with a penetrating insight into how the body really functions. Her book offers a clear but somewhat watered-down presentation of her ground-breaking work, founded on Budwig's stunning discoveries about flaxoil and light and Gerson's admirable knowledge of how to cure tuberculosis, as well as anthroposophy and homeopathy.

I followed her teaching for over a decade: she singlehandedly puts modern medicine to shame. Her perception of the links between seemingly separate different body symptoms is awesome: she shows the connections between officially unconnected symptoms such as pH and blood sugar imbalances with dehydration, with liver and colon impairment, with low body temperature, and with so much more.

She links this with her comprehension, gleaned from homeopathy, of the progression of health problems and how they develop: from lesser to more severe, and from exterior to deeper/interior - but she also offers specific examples from her own experience of how they deepen from one generation to the next and so on, which is possibly unique.

Her profound understanding that health problems affect all spheres is another magnificent tour de force: starting with emotional blocks which first manifest symptoms at the physical level, then move through the mental and finally to the spiritual realm. Yes, others do teach this, but not in the same depth and detail, both practical/physical and spiritual.

[2013 note: Wren's new book "Our Return to the Light" is excellent too, as are homeopath Trevor Gunn's 2 books briefly touched by her: "Vaccines: This Book Could Remove the Fear of Childhood Illness" (2011) and "Somawisdom: The Science of Health & Healing" (2010) - Wren covers these, in less detail, in her classes (or she used to in the 1990s).
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By A Richardson on 29 Nov. 2009
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Wren gets straight to the point in this summation of her life's work and delivers a vast wealth of information gleaned from her experience in practice as a Nurse and Nutritionist. She seems to have a complete philosophy; every page delivers something new or surprising and the book should probably be read through more than once to grasp it's sheer scope. It's remarkably readable though, offering a quite unique insight. Some of the ideas are not new to me, but I felt that I understood them in a new light with Wren's explanation.

The emphasis is on how our body can best use light, mixing the best of modern naturopathy, chinese medicine theory and western nutrition, with a nod to Steiner and anthroposophical philosophy. The focus is not only on moving the body to a point of best potential health, but towards it's potential to fully respond to seasonal and universal rhythms (which Wren asserts that many of us have temporarily lost). It also throws a modern light on some of our grandparents' and country doctor's remedies, and why they work. There is a useful glossary and bibliography at the end of the book, with blank pages for your own notes.

Her manner is warm but workmanlike, which nicely balanced the passion she has obviously has for her subject. She does not recommend techniques which shock or endanger the body, and believes that the body does not necessarily need stringent fasts or deprivation in order to heal.

She encourages you to look into your own health picture with a chapter devoted to an in-depth and revealing questionnaire followed by a comprehensive guide to interpretating that information, though you'll have to cross-reference the earlier information to get the best from it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Let's be Frank on 24 Oct. 2012
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I really enjoyed this book and am now thinking of studying the subject further. Suffering from various ailments that western medicine seems unable to help with, I was looking for a good book on traditional Chinese medicine, but found this book intriguing along the way. Excellent value for money. A must read for anyone with an open mind interested in holistic approaches to health.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paul Martin on 23 Oct. 2010
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This book will completely turn your idea of medical intervention on its head .
For anybody who is struggling with health issues that seem to have manifested out of nowhere this is a book for you . One of Barbaras main philosophies is that disease can be inherited especially if those health issues haven't been dealt with properly ( giving anti biotics ,for example ,according to Barbara, doesn't treat the root cause but sends the problem deeper)
This is a truly fascinating book and one which I continue to dip in and out of , am also thinking of joining her distance learning course as a result .
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By WellbeingWorks on 14 Oct. 2010
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This book is so well written by Barbara Wren, she communicates the information on a level which most people will understand, even though the content is really quite complex. Great insights of self empowerment with very helpful exercises, tips and hints - although won't suit everyone and therefore may be just for the "open-minded"... I dare you to try though! Fantastic book!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By donAtella on 13 Jan. 2013
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If you really want to be responsible for your health, this book explains.the real causes of non health and gives you the information on how you can start taking charge of your.body so that it can becomes a vehicle of light for your consciousssnesss
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