Dr. Edward Bach
Dr. Bach (pronounced “Batch”) was a British physician, homeopath and spiritual writer, best known for developing a range of remedies called the Bach flower remedies. He studied medicine at University College Hospital in London and obtained a Diplomas of Public Health at Cambridge.
Early in his career, he worked at the London Homeopathic Hospital where he developed bacterial nosodes. Later, at 43, Bach started to search for a new healing technique, which resulted in Bach’s flower remedies.
Dr. Bach thought of illness as the result of a conflict between the purposes of the soul and the personality’s actions and outlooks. This internal war, according to Bach, lead to negative moods and energy blocking, which caused a lack of “harmony,” thus leading to physical disease.
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Articles by Dr. Edward Bach
It is impossible to put truth into words. The author of this book has no desire to preach, indeed he very greatly dislikes that method of conveying knowledge…
Seeing A Bach Practitioner
Practitioners on the Bach Centre’s Bach Foundation International Register of Practitioners have followed an approved programme of education…
Dr Bach is well known for his genuine mix of humble spirituality and down-to-earth understanding, and his simple philosophy has been a…
The roots of The Twelve Healers and Other Remedies lie in the February 1930 issue of the journal Homoeopathic World…