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As above so below. Most do not realize that this saying has its origins in the practice of alchemy. Clare Goodrick-Clarke is a homeopath and honorary fellow of the University of Exeter, where she lectures on the esoteric body and the history of alchemy. Tho alchemy is usually known for turning all to gold, the ancient tradition had everything to do with healing practices and spagyrics is the name given to the production of herbal medicines using alchemical procedures. Clare is the author of ALCHEMICAL MEDICINE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY SPAGYRICS FOR DETOX HEALING AND LONGEVITY.
That there is a connection between the psyche and disease is neither a new discovery nor is it to be owned by anyone. Dr. Hamer has brought a new level to the mind body connection in regards to disease and with the advancing technology in medical diagnosis new avenues are being opened up for healing. ILSEDORA LAKER is both a practitioner and teacher of Dr. Hamer’s work; advancing the consciousness of healthcare throughout the world.
SALLY FALLON is the founder and president of the WESTON A. PRICE FOUNDATION. She began a quiet revolution to bring a generation back to their senses regarding the food we eat. Her cookbook, NOURISHING TRADITIONS, is the one stop shop for nutritional information and fantastic recipes.
Professor RICHARD GROVES is an internationally respected teacher of the sacred art of living and dying. A chaplain for more than twenty five years, Richard speaks nine languages and has earned graduate degrees in theology, ethics, world religions and law. Richard and his wife, Mary, are the founders of the Sacred Art of Living Center in Bend, Oregon.