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Lazy Person's Guide to Emotional Healing: Using Flower Essences…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0717129853, Paperback)In 1930 Dr Edward Bach, the father of modern flower remedy therapy, advanced the theory that emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances can cause disease. Andrew Tresidder brings Bach up to date, explaining the theory underlying flower essences and how they work. He gives numerous examples from his own experience of using flower essences as a general medical practitioner. This book contains a compendium of 90 commonly used remedies as well as 130 further flower essence combinations used worldwide. Dr Tresidder's enlightening approach to healing will inspire health professionals as well as those who are open to transforming themselves as catalysts for change. 'The Lazy Person's Guides' is a series of popular, cheerful yet thoroughly grounded, practical and authoritative books on various health issues and conditions. Other titles in the series include 'Quitting Smoking' , 'Detox' , 'Midlife' , 'Self-esteem' , 'Exercise' , 'Improving Your Memory' , 'Stress' and 'Beating Overeating'. Other books by Andrew Tresidder I'm Fine!
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