Series: The Noble Gases
Book Type: Hardcover
Publisher: Saltire Books (January 31, 2015)
Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
Neon takes us one step further in the evolution of the periodic table, unfolding the one dimensional lines of Helium into the second dimension of surface, encapsulating evens and odds, oceans and ovums, skies and spies, bliss and discontent, spirituality and selfishness.
By binding the Neon proving into a meaningful totality this book demonstrates the science and art of converting a homoeopathic proving into Materia Medica. As in any proving, Neon can be studied on many levels, ranging from physical symptoms and affinities to generalities, emotional essences, geometry and spiritual insight. All these facets are investigated and then united into one total understanding. If we learn to weave the thread of symptoms into a meaningful web, we will learn to do the same with our patient’s cases, and to match what is really essential in one to the other.
Any proving holds many secrets hidden within its symptoms, yet the noble gases contain more, as they represent the perfection of the periodic table. Neon shines a bright light on its noble relatives, as well as on its sister remedies from the second and third periods. Many of the themes that we met in Helium find an echo in Neon. Once again we see the noble perfection at its best and worst, contrasting energised alignment between heaven and earth with an impoverished misalignment of being. This book will teach you how to extract meaning from a proving. It will unravel the mysteries of Neon, the Noble gases and the remedies of the second period. Of course you will learn how to prescribe Neon practically as there are many case studies and clinical indications
So dive into its watery secrets and let the mystery unfold. Neon will take you back to the time when all was new and all was now.
“Your Neon book is brilliant and definitely sets a standard that hopefully others will follow. It is very readable, informative and importantly memorable.” – Simon Taffler
“This is your purest and most distilled work to date, Like clear water, very easy to swim through as a reader…” – Raphael Neu