The facts and history are accurate and well-documented. I'm new to homeopathy and I've only read a few books about homeopathy but this one is so far the best of all. The issue of vaccination is also addressed — especially its relationship to autism and other chronic diseases. The book is written from two vantage points: that of a loving mother sharing the heart-wrenching story of her son's struggle with autism and how homeopathy cured him, and that of a skeptic delving into the mysteries of healing. The book speaks of the promise that homeopathy holds for those who step forward to use it and for practitioners who work with it daily to cure their patients.
After two decades working as a computer scientist, Lansky was so moved by her son's healing that she left her career to become an advocate and practitioner of homeopathic medicine. In order to do this, she presents a historical picture of the development of the varied strategies homeopaths may use when they choose a remedy and its potency. This ebook is entitled , and it is an invaluable resource. But it is refreshing and somehow even more legitimate to hear it from Lansky, a cured consumer. Amy Lansky is a skilled guide to the world of homeopathy, and she dispels much of the mystery surrounding this form of therapy. In 2011, Amy Lansky published her second book: Active Consciousness: Awakening the Power Within , now one of the most exciting, far-ranging, and accessible books available on the topic of consciousness, spirituality, meditation, and the evolution of human awareness. This book is a comprehensive introduction to the full extent of what homeopathy can do for you.
Further investigation may only raise more mystery. It has something new in it for everyone—no matter what their level. Amy Lansky grew up in a suburb of Buffalo, New York. She also bravely discuss the recent scientific background for homeopathy. This ebook combines the descriptions of these studies with practical clinical information on how to use homeopathic medicines for 100+ common ailments. This book is quite persuading in support of homeopathy, an alternative medicine which used to be very active but has been put down and neglected for about 100 years in America. Impossible Cure sticks to principles and philosophy, completely foregoing any discussion of materia medica and how-to information.
Impossible Cure succeeds in demystifying homeopathy's approach to healing and will help people understand what embarking on homeopathic treatment is all about. He has authored 10 books, including , , , , and the best-selling. Impossible Cure will serve as an invaluable guide to anyone interested in learning more about this intriguing form of health care. Impossible Cure will serve as an invaluable guide to anyone interested in learning more about this intriguing form of health care. Book review: Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy This book review is reprinted with the permission of the National Center for Homeopathy: E-mail address: info nationalcenterforhomeopathy. Reviewers have described Impossible Cure as one of the most comprehensive and reader-friendly books about homeopathy — perfect for patient education and as a text for first-year students. Few other books address these timely issues.
This is a great into to whomever is interested in learning about homeopathy as a form of medicine. The book is a good intro, complete in scope, comprehensive and intelligently written. Everyone interested in homeopathy can enjoy this book, from the rank beginner to the seasoned homeopath. Bravo for Amy for having the vision to see it and the skill to make it happen. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the Cure The Promise Of Homeopathy gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy provides an in-depth and exciting account of the history, philosophy, and experience of homeopathic medicine.
The book speaks of the promise that homeopathy holds for those who step forward to use it and for practitioners who work with it daily to cure their patients. The book also includes a unique description of homeopathic models of remedy action. An excellent, must-read book and remarkably reader friendly. But coaxing the vital force should probably not be something we take lightly or think we understand too readily. This book takes the furthest step — in part because it is the most recent and can draw upon the latest thinking and research — but also because the author drew on the experiences of many people to help her and coupled that with her excellence as a word crafter.
It draws upon Lansky's interest in paranormal phenomena, her expertise in alternative medicine, her meditation studies, and even her research experience in artificial intelligence. She received her doctorate in computer science from Stanford University in 1983. Her language is not complex, making it accessible to the non-technical reader. She weaves together a seamless exposition about homeopathy -- what it is, how it developed, what research exists, and with it gives us her personal journey of discovery. Two thumbs up for Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy.
Newsletter for Health Care Professionals to stay connected with community, the latest courses, books, info, opportunities for advocacy and special offers. Although Lansky is not a medical professional, she has a Ph. She serves on the board of the National Center for Homeopathy and has been active in the national health freedom movement. This book takes the furthest step—in part because it is the most recent and can draw upon the latest thinking and research—but also because the author drew on the experiences of many people to help her and coupled that with her excellence as a word crafter. This book should be read by everyone interested in homeopathy, from the rank beginner to the seasoned professional. For two years she served as coeditor of The American Homeopath, the journal of the North American Society of Homeopaths.
It reminds me of George Vithoulkas' little book, Homeopathy: Medicine of the New Man, which I used to recommend to new patients back in the '80s. And I'm sure that my fifth reading of it is not far off! At the core of Impossible Cure is the amazing story of how the author's son was cured of autism with homeopathy. I hope you read it! Lia teaches introductory homeopathic seminars to consumers and nurses. She graduated from the University of Rochester in 1977 with degrees in mathematics and computer science, and she received her doctorate in computer science from Stanford University in 1983. I would have to agree that that is probably what it would take for me. Lansky is dedicated to helping others -- especially families with autistic children -- discover the curative powers of homeopathy. This was totally unnecessary and though you could skip that chapter, I found the same sort of intr This book was helpful in understanding homeopathy for a lay person.