Download Classical Homeopathy Texts

by Rex on August 23, 2013

We have just released our newest Kindle publication on Amazon:

coverKent’s Repertory Students’ Anthology


Amazon listings:

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Or just put the following reference into the Amazon search box: B012BUHJ82



The Anthology consists of three main parts:

1. The Repertory itself.

The complete Repertory is included, with an elaborate navigation structure which enables the user to quickly find the section they wish to examine. I have tried to minimise the necessity to scroll through pages to find particular rubrics, a difficult task given the enormous size of the Repertory.

All of the original indices are hyperlinked. Every subheading links back to the index for the section in which it appears. There are numerous links (designated “RUBRICS INDEX”) which link back to the full list of rubrics.

All of the original cross-references are also hyperlinked, making it easy to jump to a related reference within the page or on a different page.

2. G I Bidwell’s How to Use the Repertory

Bidwell’s intention was to make the Repertory more accessible to students and budding practioners alike.

3. J T Kent’s analysis lectures on the forty remedies chosen by Bidwell.

These lectures are extracted from Kent’s Lectures on Homeopathic Materia Medica. They are extensive and detailed. They should be used as an adjunct to the study plan outlined in How to Use the Repertory, to provide a background for the more focused study recommended by Bidwell.


Sticky: Heal Thyself Archives

by Rex on January 9, 2012

We are progressively digitizing our collection of Heal Thyself Homeopathic magazines. These are available free to subscribers on a weekly basis. You can subscribe through the form at right. Each week you will receive a free copy of the magazine via email.

Heal Thyself copies imageHeal Thyself, also known as The Homeopathic World, began publishing in 1865 and continued until the 1960s. Our collection starts in the early 1940s. The first issues we are making available start from January 1943. Subsequent emails will continue the series sequentially.

At this time the great lay homeopath Ellis Barker was editor of the magazine. There are many articles by Barker in the magazines, along with other notable Homeopaths of the time, including Dorothy Shepherd, W. Karo, Herbert Roberts and many more.

The magazines contain many case histories, articles about specific remedies, educational material and fascinating information about this period of Homeopathic history.

For those who choose to subscribe, there will be other benefits. Weekly newsletters will include case histories, remedy descriptions and other extracts from our extensive homeopathic library. You will also receive advance notification of our formal Homeopathy Training Courses – now in preparation – plus preview material.

We look forward to providing subscribers with some useful educational material which is not generally available.



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