Even when he was a trained biologist in Salzburg, Austria, ROBERT ENNEMOSER had a hunch there was a deeper dimension to life than one defined by matter. He moved on to the practice of homeopathy, and like Mary Baker Eddy, found that it glimpsed the fact there was more evidence of the mental influence than of medicine in healing.
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