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Love Your Disease: It's keeping you healthy Kindle Edition
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About the Author
After completing medical school, John Harrison spent a decade learning from healers around the world. He founded a clinic devoted to self-led recovery, prevention, and well-being in Sydney, Australia. He now divides his time between Sydney and India.
Dr Harrison's other books, Highway to Health and Where there's Smoke...continue the journey signposted in Love Your Disease. His website, www.m3health.com explores his healing vision.
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If anybody can tell me about similar books to this one, perhaps more recently written, I would be very interested to read more!
While he is also a homeopath, the book is written from a medical doctor's point of view, so not full of 'alternative' stuff being rammed down your throat - more 'this is the evidence and the results - how much you want to do is up to you' You might be just happy just doing enough to make an illness or condition more manageable, rather doing everything to get rid of it or minimise it to an extent where you hardly notice it. This MD type approach helped me overcome my resistance to alternative ways of viewing illness. It worked and works for me, but a word of warning, listening to your body talking to you is for life, not just for Christmas, and yes there have been loads of time where I reached a point where I felt, 'come on give me a break - l've done loads already! '
Only for the intelligent though, wasting this book on normal people is like casting pearls before swine.