ALCOHOLISM The Hidden Significance

ALCOHOLISM The Hidden Significance

by Dr. Douglas M. Baker

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ALCOHOLISM The Hidden Significance by Dr. Douglas M. Baker

ALCOHOLISM – The Hidden Significance

The esoteric keys to understanding the addiction and cures.

Finally, a world renowned esoteric teacher and medical doctor has put it all together in a factual, hard-hitting, but loving and encouraging guide towards healing those of us, or a loved one near us, influenced by excessive alcohol consumption!

This book is a masterly work, absolutely second to none!

Alcoholism has become a major problem lacing civilization today. The stress of modern living, more money in the pocket, increased leisure time, and the availability of alcohol have all been blamed for this increase. But what of the deeper underlying causes of Alcoholism, the karmic origins of the disorder and the esoteric implications of this unquenchable thirst for "Spirit"? The author, with his medical training and long association with the esoteric, is uniquely qualified to answer these questions. He begins by discussing the effects of alcoholism especially on those subtle etheric and astral structures that form part of the human aura. The type of previous life circumstances and the karma that could lead to a life of dependence on alcohol is also considered. Finally Dr. Baker presents us with various treatments designed to heal the inner man and enable him to begin the long road to wholeness and integration.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012838797
Publisher: Baker eBooks Publishing
Publication date: 02/10/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 96
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Douglas Baker, English born and raised in South Africa has done extensive scientific research into those hinterlands of the mind which one might call psi-semantics.

He graduated in the Arts & Humanities in South Africa and qualified in medicine at Sheffield University (UK) in 1964.

Having taught in the East End schools of London for 10 years, he began his tour of the Western world giving lectures and seminars in Esoteric Healing, Esoteric Anatomy, Esoteric Astrology, Esoteric Psychology, Esoteric Science and Metaphysics. (Here is a complete listing of books available at http://www.douglasbaker.com/bookstore.php )

He, more than any other, set in motion the trends towards alternative methods of medicine which have transformed that field in Britain today. As medical advisor to the De la Warr laboratories in Oxford, he undertook research into Biomagnetism and quantum physics their effects on the human aura and dark matter, producing the book by the same name in conjunction with George de la Warr.

Through the years he has given more than 15,000 lectures and attracted people from all over the world to his Esoteric Science Festivals and International Summer Schools staged in America, Canada, England, Switzerland, Italy, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. His personal research and experimentation in Alchemy drew forth his book 'The Diary of an Alchemist'.

He established Claregate College, first in America in 1972 and later in England in 1977 and encouraged many hundreds of people to systematise their esoteric studies by attending, courses, seminars, and through the Claregate Correspondence Course.

The College's film faculty produced an exciting dramatic account of a period in the life of Paracelsus, the father of modern and complementary medicine. This million-pound production, with some of Britain's finest actors was previewed and released at the Cannes Film Festival in 1991.

His transformative experiences during the Second World War, when twice severely wounded, set the pattern for his life long investigations into the Powers Latent in Man.

His extensive esoteric writings are said to be the largest collection in the world produced by a living author. He has written over 100 books, many of which have been translated into the 7 European languages and his list of audio tapes extends to include 400 live lectures given around the world.

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