This book consolidates a system, the process which began in The Spirit of Homeopathy and carried on to The Sensation in Homoeopathy. Since the latter was written, there has been much progress in the Sensation idea.
This book addresses the problems and pitfalls that seekers in this method face. It answers many queries about the sensation and its expression, and how to understand it better, in a clearer and simpler way.
One of the significant things is the deeper understanding of the experience; living it and seeing almost nothing else. Secondly, refining the technique of how to get there. Understanding in cases, what exactly leads us from one level to another, and how to follow that. A deeper understanding of minerals and some in the animal and plant kingdoms.
The three sublevels of Sensation (level 5), the features of the various levels (and potencies), the rows of the mineral kingdom, and the classes in Animals have got much clearer. Also, case taking has become more flexible and easier. It seems to be now much less of a struggle for the homoeopath (and patient) than before.
To follow the patient into his nonsense is one of the most challenging and rewarding of experiences, both for the homoeopath and the patient. As Roger Morrison puts it, In case after case, you followed the thread of the patient's expression to this non-human level. In each case I began by feeling 'What nonsense is this?' and ended by feeling, 'What sublime nonsense that was!' I had already accepted the concept of non-human and made efforts to pursue it in practice, but finally I came to understand that no other information was so specific."
Explained in detail, with several illustrative cases, this book documents Rajan Sankaran's most recent advances in the method.
The Sensation idea has come of age.