The Human Organs
Their Functional and Psychological Significance: Liver, Lung, Kidney, Heart
Walter Holtzapfel draws the connection between bodily processes and the life of the soul, with each affecting the other at different times. He systematically examines the characteristics of the liver, lung, kidney, and heart, and applies the knowledge to various psychological disorders and conditions.
This book is based on lectures on curative education given by the author in Switzerland and Germany. Although the approach is through the four main human organs, it will be of interest to educators, doctors, and nurses working with people with special needs.
C O N T E N T S:
Organs and Organism
The Liver is the Basis of Courage for Action
The Lung engenders Firmness of Thought
The Kidney lends Vigour to the Temperament
The Heart is the Basis of Inner Stability
Wider Connections in the Human Organism