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Vol 3., #4 - February 2001
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Bach Flower Remedy Repertory Available for Download

The Bach Flower Remedy Repertory by Norman Clark and Gabrielle Gelloz, is available for download on this page and can be read using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. (Download Adobe Acrobat Reader here) It is a companion piece to the CD-ROM The Original Flower Remedies of Edward Bach, compiled the same authors and created in association with the Edward Bach Centre. The repertory is designed to be used in conjunction with the CD-ROM, but is also useful on its own. It is searchable and contains a hand clickable index of keywords as well as the repertory listings. The CD-ROM Website, unfortunately, has gone off the Web. If you have a way to contact the authors, please let us know.

Bach CD-RomFrom the intro to the repertory:

The repertory is an alphabetical list of symptoms or states of mind associated with the Bach remedies shown in italics. The final choice of remedy for yourself may involve many complex factors. For example, under "Absorption" on page 2, one can see eight different remedies indicated. Clearly, they cannot be all be relevant to the same person. In order to make the best choice of remedy for yourself, we suggest that you should regard the Repertory as a handy reference guide which will point you in the right direction for further and more complete reading using the companion CD-ROM.

pine listing from the CD-ROMFrom the CD-ROM:

The text was drawn from a variety of authoratitive sources and includes a detailed presentation of the 38 original Remedies; extracts from the writings of Dr Bach; a section on how to take the Remedies; tips for plant recognition; habitat; techniques of preparation and a calendar of flowering periods. There is also a 'Resources' section containing information on training courses available worldwide; where to obtain the Remedies; choosing a practitioner; frequently asked questions; recommended books, cassettes and video tapes. Finally, the power of multimedia makes it possible to include video and sound. There are 12 video clips illustrating the life and philosophy of Dr. Bach plus an ambient sound-track of original music. The CD-Rom is PC and Macintosh compatible and is provided with an Adobe Acrobat installer. The CD-Rom contains both English and French versions and may be translated into other languages subject to demand.

Download the Repertory for MACINTOSH here.

Download the Repertory for WINDOWS here.

read our bach remedies virtual booklet due out 3/15ABOUT THE AUTHORS: As co-authors of both the CD-Rom and the Repertory, Norman and Gabrielle are an English/French partnership now living and working in the French Alps. With backgrounds in International Trade and New Media product development, they discovered a shared interest in Complimentary Medicine and re-trained in Sophrology (the science of consciousness), Kinesiology and Hypnotherapy. They now develop cd-roms and web-sites for practitioners and are in the process of setting up self-development and alternative medicine courses in the French Alps. The editors of Vibration Magazine would love to be in contact with the authors, who have changed their email address. Please contact us if you are able to put us back in touch with them.

ART CREDITS: Book cover and screen shot of CD ©1999 Norman Clark and Gabrielle Gelloz. All other artwork by Cabin Web Graphics.

The World Wide Essence Society does not mean to imply any recommendation of nor give certification to any individuals or companies above. This article is provided purely for informational purposes. We ask consumers to make their own determination as to quality of the services and products offered above. This article is not meant to be advice, and the information is not meant to replace medical or psychological treatment.
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