Spiritual Science and the Art of Healing: Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophical Medicine

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en Limba Engleză Paperback – May 1996
Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophical medicine, highly regarded and widely practiced in Europe, integrates allopathic medical practices with alternative remedies, including dietary and nutritional therapies, massage, hydrotherapy, art therapy, and counseling. It recognizes that health and illness are directly related to our states of consciousness, and it views illness as an opportunity to create a new state of physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. Modern medicine tends to consider only the material aspect of human beings, an approach that fails to bring the individual to a state of complete wellness. Steiner's holistic view of humanity-beings composed of body, soul, and spirit-takes into consideration the seven-year cycles of human development, the influence of education on health, the relationship between psychological symptoms and physical conditions, the problem of cancer, the four cardinal organs, heredity, and the spiritual balance that characterizes true health.
New, revised edition of "Anthroposophical Medicine."
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ISBN-13: 9780892816361
ISBN-10: 0892816368
Pagini: 208
Dimensiuni: 138 x 210 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.28 kg
Ediția: L Science and t
Editura: Healing Arts Press

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<I>Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophical Medicine<BR> <BR> </I>Foreword<BR> Introduction<BR> <B>Part One Man in the Light of Anthroposophy<BR> </B>1. The Four Constituent Elements of Man<BR> 2. The Human Triad<BR> 3. Health and Disease<BR> 4. Hysteria and Neurasthenia<BR> 5. Sleeping and Waking<BR> 6. Inflammation and Sclerosis<BR> <B>Part Two The Stages of Human Development<BR> </B>7. From Birth to the Age of Seven<BR> 8. From Seven to Fourteen Years of Age<BR> 9. From Fourteen to Twenty-One Years of Age<BR> <B>Part Three The Four Cardinal Organs<BR> </B>10. The Lung<BR> 11. The Liver<BR> 12. The Kidneys<BR> 13. The Heart<BR> <B>Part Four Some Special Problems<BR> </B>14. The Problem of Cancer<BR> 15. The Menstrual Cycle<BR> 16. Diseases of the Skin<BR> Postscript<BR> Note on the Pharmaceutical Preparations<BR> Resources<BR> Further Reading<BR> Index