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Gem Elixirs and Vibrational Healing Vol 1 – Prix 55 €

Éditeur ‏ : ‎ Cassandra Press (1 avril 1986)
Langue ‏ : ‎ Anglais
Broché ‏ : ‎ 304 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0961587504
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0961587505
Poids de l’article ‏ : ‎ 544 g
Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 18.42 x 1.91 x 26.04 cm

This book is distinguished from other current books on gem therapy because of its careful presentation of new and original research material.

Most of the information presented in this book was obtained by Gurudas through working with two channels.

The channeled material is carefully explained and supported with numerous footnotes and commentaries. This text focuses on the practical side of gem therapy.

Encyclopedic in content, this text presents 144 gemstones and 81 combinations. Up to 25 issues…


Brilliant, absolutely brilliant! For those ready for detailed channeled information all books by Gurudas are a must.
It’s really a great book, a little too detailed but how many books are there on gem elixers. It’s a rare find, and like gold!
Chapter I. ‘General Principles and Historical Use of Gemstones and Gem Elixirs‘;
Chapter II. ‘Preparing Gem Elixirs‘;
Chapter III. ‘Cleaning, Protecting, and Storing Gemstones‘;
Chapter IV. ‘Advice to the Practitioner and Client‘;
Chapter V. ‘Amplification of Gem Elixirs‘;
Chapter I. ‘Information to Be Discussed Concerning Gem Elixirs‘;
Chapter II. ‘Individual Gem Elixirs‘;
Chapter III. ‘Gem Elixir and Flower Essence Combinations‘;
Chapter IV. ‘Clinical Case Studies‘ (Note: There are no sources listed in this section; the section was written in an anecdotal way only);

There are 6 post-Chapter sections:
A. Cross Reference Tables (with 11 subsections)
B. Lists (with 6 subsections)
C. Appendices (with 2 subsections)
D. Glossary
E. Bibliography
F. Index

This is such a good book that since I first bought it, I have bought additional copies to give to friends to read and discuss. Everyone finds that this book is not only interesting; they also find it to be highly useful. The Bibliography is especially interesting because the sources are arranged under important topics. An example is the topic, ‘Pyramids’, with important sources listed under this topic.

I would also advise that readers buy Vol. II, to have the complete set.