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Homeopathy, Its Principles and Doctrine

R.P. Patel (Author)
Synopsis Every science has got theoretical and practical aspect and only that science can advance, where theory and practice go side by side, each implementing or modifying the other, as need arises.  Hahnemann's discovery of the nature of Chronic diseases is evidence that his mind was not closed to further progress, as it might have been, by the transcendent importance of his discovery of the Homoeopathic Law.  There are so many things in homoeopathy which require much care and attention of homoeopathic practitioner if he has to be a successful Hahnemannian Homoeopath.  Many are missing many things and for that they blame "The Master" who discovered Homoeopathy.  To practice Homoeopathy scientifically, we must have the knowledge of Principles and how they are to be adopted and applied in our daily practice.  If we fail to understand any of them, I doubt for our success in curing ills of mankind.  With the presentation of this book to the medical profession, many may not agree to my views but I am sure when this book is on their table or in their library one day they will know their mistakes and will realize what they have missed for many years.  Hahnemannian Homoeopathy is very deep and so we have to dive very deep to know it.  Our worldly one life is not sufficient to master it.  We need years and years to develop it and to master it.  One who reads and understands Homoeopathy is always becoming younger and younger as years are passing and lives a longer life in the pursuit of "Her".
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Bibliographic information

Title Homeopathy, Its Principles and Doctrine
Author R.P. Patel
Format Softcover
Date published: 17.08.1994
Edition 2nd ed.
Language: English
length vi+71p., Figures; 22cm.