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The Role of Mind in Health, Disease, and the Practice of Homeopathy

The Role of Mind in Health, Disease, and the Practice of H

Edward Whitmont 1912 – 1998

“The mind is an epiphenomenon of the body, and the body is an epiphenomenon of the mind. We operate as body-minds. The body is the visibility of the soul, and the soul is the life of the body. You cannot deal with everything by sheer will power or mental approaches. We are embodied in a physical cosmos, and we have our bill to pay to physical existence. And that includes our relationship to the physical aspect of the earth; it means to plants, stones, and animals.”
– Edward C. Whitmont

– Reprinted from Psyche and Substance.

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Click on the following links to listen to the audio lecture The Role of Mind in Health, Disease, and the Practice of Homeopathy by Edward C. Whitmont

PART I

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PART II

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Edward C. Whitmont graduated from the Vienna University Medical School in 1936 and had early training in Adlerian psychology. He studied Rudulf Steiner’s work with Karl Konig, later founder of the Camphill Movement. He researched naturopathy, chiropractic, nutrition, yoga and astrology.. Whitmont studied Homeopathy with Elizabeth Wright Hubbard and medical dowsing with G.B. Stearns. His interest in Analytical Psychology led to his meeting with Carl G. Jung and training in Jungian therapy. He was in private practice of Analytical Psychology in New York and taught at the C. G. Jung Training Center, of which he is was a founding member and chairman. E. C. Whitmont died in September, 1998

His books include: The Symbolic Quest: Basic Concepts of Analytical Psychology (Princeton University Press), Return of the Goddess (Crossroad), The Alchemy of Healing -Psyche and Soma, Psyche and Substance (North Atlantic Books), Dreams, A Portal to the Source: A Guide to Dream Interpretation.

About the author

Edward C. Whitmont

Edward C. Whitmont

Edward Whitmont graduated from the Vienna University Medical School in 1936 and had early training in Adlerian psychology. He studied Rudulf Steiner"™s work with Karl Konig, later founder of the Camphill Movement. He researched naturopathy, nutrition, yoga and astrology. Whitmont studied Homeopathy with Elizabeth Wright Hubbard. His interest in Analytical Psychology led to his meeting with Carl G. Jung and training in Jungian therapy. He was in private practice of Analytical Psychology in New York and taught at the C. G. Jung Training Center, of which he is was a founding member and chairman. E. C. Whitmont died in September, 1998.

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