The Fourfold Path to Healing : Working with the Laws of Nutrition, Therapeutics, Movement and Meditation in the Art of Medicine
The Fourfold Path to Healing merges the wisdom of traditional societies, the most modern findings of western medicine and the esoteric teaching of the ancients. The fourfold approach includes: Nutrition using nutrient-dense traditional foods; therapeutics through a wide range of nontoxic remedies; Movement to heal and strengthen the emotions; and medication to develop your powers of objective thought.
- Paperback | 448 pages
- 196 x 257 x 22mm | 812g
- 01 Oct 2012
- New Trends Publishing Inc,US
- Washington, DC, United States
Table of contents
1 Introduction 2 Part 1: The Fourfold Approach 3 Nutrition: Healing the Physical Body 4 Therapeutics: Healing the Life-Force Body 5 Movement: Healing the Emotional Body 6 Meditation: Healing the Mental Body 7 Part 2: The Art of Medicine 8 Introduction 9 Infectious Disease 10 Cancer 11 Heart Disease 12 Hypertension 13 Diabetes 14 Diseases of Adrenal Insufficiency 15 Digestive Disorders 16 Chronic Fatigue 17 Women's Diseases 18 Men's Diseases 19 Weight Loss 20 Depression 21 Back Pain 22 Arthritis 23 Neurological Diseases 24 Post Script: How to Be a Patient 25 Appendix A: Cooking Instructions 26 Appendix B: Therapy Instructions 27 Appendix C: Movement Instructions 28 Appendix D: Sources
... an outstanding example of the naturopathic philososphy of medicine... joins an elite group of 'real' books on health... Highly recommended. -- Irene Alleger, The Townsend Letter, June 2006
About Thomas S. Cowan
Dr. Thomas Cowan has been a practitioner of family medicine for over twenty years. He is trained not only in conventional medicine, but also in homeopathy, nutrition, herbal remedies and anthroposophical medicine. Sally Fallon is the author of Nourishing Traditions and president of the Weston A. Price Foundation. Jaimen McMillan is the founder of Spacial Dynamics, and a trainer in movement therapy.