The Sensation in Homoeopathy

by Rajan Sankaran

  • The Sensation in Homoeopathy
  1. £75.00

This much awaited book describes, using numerous case examples, the concept and use of Dr Rajan Sankaran's latest, and perhaps most significant contribution "The Seven Levels of Experience" that enables a homeopath to know at all times, in any given case, where to begin and where to aim.

In this way of working, a definitive pathway for case taking is provided, a means by which to observe and utilize the active energy patterns of the patient (hand gestures and body movements), plus a way of matching the patient's level to the remedy potency that is required.

Another key component of this system has to do with becoming attuned to the patient's sensations. There is a certain energy in precise sensation(s) having to do with both the chief complaint and the general state of the patient, which has enormous significance. Dr Sankaran has termed these as the vital sensations. Vital sensations are not merely physical symptoms or emotions, but rather the common sensations that connect the mind and the body. Indeed the vital level is deeper than the mind or the body; it is at the centre point of the diseased state. These are non human specific phenomena i.e. not exclusive to the domain of only human beings and thus take us directly to the source of the remedy itself.

Dr Sankaran's system incorporates miasm and kingdom classification (plant, animal, mineral, nosode etc.) as well as the 'Levels' into one comprehensive, sophisticated, yet elegantly simple way of perceiving the patient. It is a quantum leap in the understanding of disease and has resulted in remarkably increased level of success and the use of numerous remedies whose names, previously, we never even knew. In many other cases one has been able to use old remedies in an entirely new light, with a deeper understanding.

  • Author: Rajan Sankaran
  • ISBN: 9788190110365
  • 732 pages
  • Hardback
  • Published in 2004
  • Printed in India (so could be of inferior quality)