↠ The Fourfold Path to Healing: Working with the Laws of Nutrition, Therapeutics, Movement and Meditation in the Art of Medicine || ↠ PDF Read by ¾ Thomas S. Cowan Sally Fallon Morell Jaimen McMillan

By Thomas S. Cowan Sally Fallon Morell Jaimen McMillan | Comments: ( 410 ) | Date: ( Sep 18, 2019 )

The Fourfold Path to Healing merges the wisdom of traditional societies, the most modern findings of western medicine and the esoteric teaching of the ancients The fourfold approach includes Nutrition using nutrient dense traditional foods therapeutics through a wide range of nontoxic remedies Movement to heal and strengthen the emotions and meditation to develop yourThe Fourfold Path to Healing merges the wisdom of traditional societies, the most modern findings of western medicine and the esoteric teaching of the ancients The fourfold approach includes Nutrition using nutrient dense traditional foods therapeutics through a wide range of nontoxic remedies Movement to heal and strengthen the emotions and meditation to develop your powers of objective thought.


  • Title: The Fourfold Path to Healing: Working with the Laws of Nutrition, Therapeutics, Movement and Meditation in the Art of Medicine
  • Author: Thomas S. Cowan Sally Fallon Morell Jaimen McMillan
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  • Page: 236
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Comments The Fourfold Path to Healing: Working with the Laws of Nutrition, Therapeutics, Movement and Meditation in the Art of Medicine

  • Devon Hernandez

    One of my favorite books. It's amazing, especially the chapter on how the heart and circulatory system REALLY work, as opposed to how the established medical community "assumes" it works. Highly recommended read.


  • Holli

    Dr. Cowan looks at the whole person--the physical body, the life-force body, the emotional body, and the mental body. I have found his advice helpful over the years and I refer to this book often. I like a doctor who views the body through the lens of poetry as well as science. Amazing!


  • Jodi

    I'm a big fan of the Weston A Price website, as well as Nourishing Traditions and Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Sally Fallon.But this book was just not up to that high standard.For every useful fact on diet there was so many more very ignorant, simplistic and even offensive bits of nonsense, and airy fairy silliness. (About which planet is linked with which metal, and which bodily organ, and how this affects which homeopathic remedies you need, for example.)The information on vitamin C was of an appallin [...]


  • travelmel

    This is a really good book about supplements, health, and naturalpathic medicine. I almost felt like I could open my own practice with just this book to guide me. I don't agree with EVERYTHING but there is a really large wealth of information here. All the info is easy to read, understand, and seems practical. A very good book for somebody looking to solve some of their health woe's that traditional medicine is SUCKING at. There are alot of traditional herbs and old fashioned type medicines expl [...]


  • Nicki Ferguison

    So many books telling us different things. As a vegetarian, I am still reading it with an open mind (the authors are Pro-dairy and red meats). But I do like to see all sides of health and what foods people recommend.


  • Vidda Chan

    This is a reference book, to be picked up as needed after having read it at least once.


  • Gdaiva

    This is what real doctor should be! Love dr. Cowan!


  • Stephanie

    Wholistic health overview. Great resource.


  • Christina

    very informativeenlighteningry different from the mainstream thought process on nutrition and health but most of it makes complete sense.


  • Audrey

    more prescription and specific than I thought it would be. alot of studied information


  • Justin

    Contains recommendations for homeopathy and other less scientifically supported modalities.Mentions Cayce as a leader in functional medicine. I am not sure how I feel about Cayce, some of his ideas seem good but some of them don't. Since they are supposedly channeled it's hard to render an opinion on them. That being said, Cayce seemed fairly against animal consumption which makes it hard to understand how he could be lauded here without at least explaining that part away. I'm not sure who Cayce [...]


  • Dnicebear

    I 'won' this book through a bid I placed in an auction to raise money for Soul Food Farm to replace their chicken houses lost in a fire. But I was interested in an anthroposophical approach to healing, I am fascinated by Cowan's multi-layered approach. Some of it's quite counter cultural--for example, our bodies need us to eat fat, and women my age being free to gain a few pounds is healthy. I also made one visit to this doctor, and I am in my third month of adjusting my diet based on his recomm [...]


  • Mandy

    A good reference for beginners.


  • Jeniann

    Quite an interesting book; it has helped me with health in some areas


  • Angela

    Some folks consider this a companion book to Nourishing Traditions. Been meaning to get it for a long while; finally picked it up.


  • Tami

    This might not look like a book that can be read from cover to cover, but it is. I loved Cowan's insight.


  • Angela

    Not convinced by it at all and feel that I need to do more research for myself. I'm sure there are benefits from eating/ drinking bone broth but in moderation with a balanced diet.


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