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of Children's Types
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"Treasure every word"
Bernadette Connolly Lic.ISH, ISHom - 30.06.2012
This delightful book makes a clear imprint of the richness and individuality of the 56 remedies described. Written in a flowing style that is easily read and understood its simplicity is genius. The total presentation reflects the vibrancy and freshness of children. There is a purity of expression that exudes authenticity and originality. Kusse's apt use of language and choice of words sculpt each unique remedy delivering 250 pages of poetic prose.
In Childrens Types Frans Kusse provides well rounded remedy synopses. Each remedy is captured at the outset in a single phrase. Sometimes this is just a couple of words for example Lycopodium "internally powerful"; Pulsatilla "need for comfort"; Nux.vom "ambitious"; Ant.crud "contrary". These phrases are like crystals you will readily recognise and are a useful aid to learning and calling to mind what is key. There follows a paragraph on the origin of each remedy, then key mental/emotional characteristics are put in context, followed by physical symptoms and lastly a note on food and drink. The text is supported with portrait photographs which I find intriguing. It helps that they are in black and white as the physique and disposition of each child is obvious. While each chapter follows a similar outline there is no repetition or overlapping making this book a joy to read.
Kusse's remedy pictures are skillfully crafted. Many materia medica emphasise mental/emotional characterisitcs that are prominent when a case is gliding into or on the cusp of serious pathology. This has the adverse affect of restricting the view of remedy pictures to these states and can be disturbing to people first encountering homeopathy. Selecting the consitituional remedy particularly for children requires the homeopath to understand the nature, colour and texture of the remedy before a patient ever reaches such a state and indeed may never eschew such characteristics with or without early use of the most suitable remedy. This is where I find Kusse excels. He maintains the integrity and individuality of each remedy sensitively. A parent can open this book at any page and recognise why a remedy might apply to their child. This engenders confidence.
This book will brighten up your waiting area, make a lovely gift, and its top of my list for books that introduce homeopathy to patients. The comprehensive introduction covers all a parent needs to know. Overall it is a well crafted and balanced compilation. I enjoyed reading it and find I turn to it again and again as I deepen my understanding and see more everytime I pick it up. Parents worldwide will be grateful for this little gem.