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About the book
Neon is the second book in the Noble Gas series by Jeremy Sherr. Continuing the journey
that began with Helium (Saltire Books, 2013), Jeremy leads the reader further down the
periodic spiral. Using the detailed symptoms of his Neon proving as a base, Jeremy draws
on biology, geometry, astronomy, physics, metaphysics, analogy, poetry, movie, myth and
the Bible to explore the deeper aspects of Neon and the second period. He continues the
profound and revolutionary line of inquiry from the Helium book, delving into Neon’s
revelations about the universe, the evolution of the soul and the development of our selves.
Beginning with the study of the element and its physical affinities, the book takes us
through the symptom generalities, emotional essence, geometrical structure, spatial
dimensions and spiritual aspects of Neon, and its relationship to the origins of Psora.
Jeremy’s clinical experience, as well as cases collected from other practitioners, illustrates
the practical application of Neon.
About the author
Jeremy Sherr has practiced and taught homoeopathy for 31 years. He practices in London, New York and Tel Aviv and is principle of ‘The Dynamis School for Advanced Homoeopathic Medicine’ one of the oldest post graduate course in the world today. Jeremy has taught homoeopathy throughout the USA and Europe, as well as in Canada, China, India, Mexico, Japan, Russia, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. He has conducted 34 classical homoeopathic provings and is the author of ‘The Dynamics and Methodology of Homoeopathic Provings’ ‘Dynamic Materia Medica volume I-Syphilis’ ‘Dynamic provings Volume I and II’, ‘The Repertory of Mental Qualities’ and ‘The Dynamis Case Taker’. He has published numerous articles on homoeopathy and has conducted several research programs.
Since 2008, Jeremy has been living in Tanzania, Africa. Together with is wife Camilla, he has established several rural clinics and is working in the local hospital. They have treated over 1500 AIDS patients and have established food programs and a day care centre for children with AIDS.
Reading Neon is like being sat in a classroom with Jeremy, which is always an inspiring and welcoming experience. The differentiation between other remedies in the text gives insights into far more than just Neon, and the book is laid out that one can access the simple information about the remedy well, or choose to get far more value for money and awareness of the world of Neon, and indeed the world around us. One of the things that I find wonderful about the teachings Jeremy gives is the way he draws connections from many and varied points of view, philosophical sources and medical paradigms and the book, indeed this series of books, are all the richer for it.
Em Colley MARH RHom BSc(Hons) Psychology and Neuroscience
Practitioner of Classical Homeopathy