Mohinder Singh Jus was born in India in 1947. He studied at the Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital from which he graduated in 1968 with the ‘Diploma of Medicine and surgery.’ He studied and worked there under Dr B.K. Bose, then, the last living student of Dr J.T. Kent. From 1969 to 1985 he had a private practice in New Delhi. In 1985 he went to Switzerland and in 1988 he established the SHI Homeopathic Institute. In 1993 he founded the Dr B.K. Bose Foundation and the SHI Homeopathic College in Zug, a small town near Zurich. He regularly gives seminars for homeopaths in various European countries.
Suppression through medication induces a shift of symptoms from external to internal. This suppression complicates chronic diseases and leads a person to a dangerous path. This path is described as the journey of a disease by the author. Hahnemann discovered that there has to be something within ourselves that makes us prone to sickness. Hahnemann called this disease causing morbid force as miasm. This miasm when left untreated becomes chronic and are passed from parents to offspring. Based on the theory of miasm, the author has given detailed description of psoric, sycotic, syphilitic and tubercular forms of disease. The book is written in an easy-to-understand language and it follows Kents work. The main aim of the book is to make people aware that how life can be crippled by the suppression of symptoms from methods of treatment which are not based on natures law of cure.
|Author||MOHINDER SINGH JUS|
|Publisher||B.Jain Publishers (P) Ltd.|