Julian Carlyon sets homoeopathy in its true place as a system of medicine that seeks to heal the fractured wholeness that we experience as the suffering of body and soul.
Homoeopathy is rooted in ideas concerning life and healing that have been evolving for centuries - ideas that found expression through physicians, philosophers and alchemists known and unknown; through sixteenth century alchemist and physician Paracelsus; through the originator of homoeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann; and through Swiss psychologist C G Jung, to name but a few. In this book the threads of ancient tradition, Hahnemannian homoeopathy, and transpersonal psychology are gathered together, along witht he ideas emerging through the work of modern homoeopaths such as Rajan Sankaran and Jan Scholten, and woven into a single whole which offers a vision of homoeopathy for the modern world.
Julian writes for students and practitioners of homoeopathy, as well as all those who seek a deeper understanding of the roots of suffering in themselves and others. He sets the homoeopathic understanding of disease, and its accompanying simple, yet profound, solution within the world of the twenty-first century.