The Homoeopathic Compendium offers an extensive study of classical and modern approaches to homoeopathy which provides an excellent foundation for medical practice. The series covers a wide range of subjects, described in detail and with a deep insight into homeopathic principles. This innovative work restores important lost teachings and explains unusual aspects of the healing arts with a wealth of rare information.
The text reflects David Little’s experience and scholarship as it integrates historical material, helpful commentary and practical guidance. In addition, the volumes are a source of valuable reference material with numerous materia medica studies, presentations of mental and regional symptoms and remedy rubrics for a wide variety of conditions.
The Homoeopathic Compendium comprises three sets of
companion volumes each linked by a common theme.
The first two volumes are inspired by the teachings found in the aphorisms of the Organon. The commentary clarifies all the philosophy and cardinal principles of Homœopathy and explains how to apply the methods of the healing art in a clinical environment.
These works present a two-part study based on Hahnemann’s Chronic Diseases. They describe a series of eight chronic miasms from psora to AIDS and the cancer diathesis, with studies of leading anti-miasmic remedies. This brings Hahnemann’s work up to date for our times.
Volume V : Constitution, Temperament and Maps of Consciousness
Volume VI : Materia Medica of Psyche and Soma
The theme in these volumes is the constitutional and psychological approach to Homoeopathy. The studies in both books emphasize the holistic nature of the mind-body relationship. This view leads to a deeper understanding of individual patients and provides an insight into our unique homoeopathic remedies.