The Secret Life of Hahnemann
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“No great man lives in vain. The history of the world is but the biography of great men” – Thomas Carlyle. This biography of “Sir” Hahnemann indeed deserves an open hearted applause. The prefix “Sir” is simplest of all the reverence that Dr Hahnemann should receive for the magnitude of work he has done. He deserves much more. His life, his work, his logic and his codes are all beautifully narrated by the author in this book.
The amount of research and hard work the author has done recommends this book to be put under BHMS syllabus. Each and every student of homoeopathy should read this book so that the struggle and resistance which Dr Hahnemann did to keep his stand on truth and logic should be felt and acknowledged. The author proves a firm point that the world should know the achievements of Dr Hahnemann and should give his due place of respect and honor.
A special note needs worth mentioning about chapter six and seven of section one in which is mentioned about how Dr Hahnemann worked in a day, advise to patients, advise to doctors and students. This chapter gives the world “Hahnemannian formula of life”.
Dr Hahnemann was times ahead of the science at that time. He laid the foundation of so many things, but the best thing was the foundation of quantum physics through ultra-diluted medicines. Through this book the author has shown what a hero “Sir” Hahnemann was. “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles” – Christopher Reeve. The heroism of our master deserves a salute from the entire humanity and this book will definitely make the readers to bow in reverence.
Content of the book – This book contain five sections.
Section 1 – Life and times of Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann.
Section 2 – Homoeopathy and the progress of science.
Section 3 –Hahnemann neglected medical pioneer of 19th century.
Section 4 – Hahnemann: Scientist of mystic?
Section 5 – Homoeopathy and its occult origin.
- Author: Harsh Nigam
- ISBN: 9788131923672
- 264 pages
- Published in 2021