The Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine, Vol. Primarily directed towards health care professionals, this text addresses anamnesis and diagnosis, aspects of therapy and healing, drug therapy, physical therapy, remedies, the fourfold organ system, the liver gall system and its diseases, the renal system and its diseases, the cardiovascular system and its diseases, the lungs and their diseases in addition to including extensive notes and references.
Printable version. II: An Outline of a Spiritual Scientifically Oriented Medicine by Friedrich Husemann, MD and Otto Wolff, MD Translated by Lisa Davisson Primarily directed towards health care professionals, this text addresses anamnesis and diagnosis, aspects of therapy and healing, drug therapy, physical therapy, remedies, the fourfold organ system, the liver gall system and its diseases, the renal system and its diseases, the cardiovascular system and its diseases, the lungs and their diseases in addition to including extensive notes and references.
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Add to basket. Ask a question about this product. Related products. Then is the time when one needs a holistic approach to eradicate the disease. Be it Ayurveda, with the threefold aspect of Kafa, Pita and Vata, or the Paracelsian trinity of Salt, Mercury and Sulfur, humanity has experienced to a certain extent the threefold based treatment on all levels, from the physical to the spiritual.
The Anthroposophical approach distinguishes three systems, which can be characterized by a variety of names:. The sensory-nervous system, which is primarily located in the head, relates to thinking The rhythmical system, primarily located in the region of the chest, relates to feeling The metabolic-limb system, which is located in the limbs and digestive organs, relates to the will or the action aspect of our personality This threefold system is not only interconnected, but is constantly interacting in a healthy person.
The polar opposite systems are a landscape of the person; winter, relating to the head pole of the sensory-nervous system and summer, relating to the limb pole of the digestive-metabolic system.
Both these systems should communicate with each other in the rhythmical system of the heart region. Here the balance is maintained. These two systems are not only polar opposites, like the summer and winter poles of the earth, but one system creates, the other destroys. The spring and autumn part of nature could be likened to the rhythmical system, which in turn intermediates between warmth and coolness, harmonizing the destructive effects of one and the creative effects of the other.
Here lies the strength of metabolism, anabolism and catabolism. Both the warmth and the cooling systems are of utmost importance to regulate the bodily temperature. In case the warmth pole of the metabolic system overlaps or dominates or suppresses, the cool pole of the sensory-nervous system or vice versa, then the entire system is thrown off balance.
This may lead either to inflammatory or to hardening illnesses and problems, not only of the body but of the mind as well. For instance, migraine is warmth on the false side of the body.
rapyzure.tk: The Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine, Vol. 1 (): Friedrich Husemann, Otto Wolff: . This edition of Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine, is a translation of four lectures given by Rudolf Steiner and published in German under the title.
According to Dr. This could mean that the rhythmical system is weak in character and that the relationship between the polarities is not properly established.
With the threefold nature of the person, Dr. Steiner brings into awareness yet a fourfold principal, relating to the four main elements of earth, water, air and fire, with their respective temperaments and constitutions. The physical body, with earth as its element, relates to the mineral kingdom The etheric or life body, with water as its element, relates to the plant kingdom The astral body, with air as its element, relates to the animal kingdom The Ego organization or the consciousness of the Self, with fire as its element, relates to the Spirit in the Human Being.
These four systems intermingle with each other, one dominating the other to create innumerable variations, physically, emotionally and mentally.
Steiner has listed further facets with intricate and detailed descriptions of the complex workings of the personality of the human being in relation to the universe. He has given step-by-step indications for diagnosis, along with extremely diverse treatments on all levels. Steiner has written several books bringing more light to experience the human being.
Secondary literature is also available. One such book by Dr. Steiner, in collaboration with Dr. Yet another book by Dr. Most of the books are in original German, but almost all are translated into English and several other languages.
Yearly medicinal training in Hyderabad for medical students and medical practitioners is given by the Medical Section of the Goetheanum, under the excellent guidance of Dr. Michaela Gloeckler. If one makes an effort to understand the intricate workings of the organism, then any proper treatment could be given by a responsible doctor for any illness — be it tropical or otherwise.