"I have to say that Peter Mandel is by far the most creative naturopath in the country: he has completely new ideas; he doesn't just take old concepts and adjust them here and there. In my view, he is a genius phenomenon who, someday, is going to have a place in history like all the big names in natural medicine, like Kneipp and Hahnemann, because he has revolutionized natural healing methods and set them on a modern path."
Josef Angerer, Naturopath
founder, Naturopathic School of Munich
President, Association of German Naturopaths
Color Me Healing
People come to Peter Mandel's small clinic in Bruchsal Germany from all over Europe. They come to him when they have been pronounced incurable by other healing practitioners. They line up at his door at the rate of 150 to 200 patients per day and many of them walk away healthy!
Peter Mandel is an outstanding scientist and naturopathic healer, a pioneer in the development of new technologies for healing. He has studied naturopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic and massage. He has spent the past 30 years researching informative energies and developing related diagnostic systems and therapies. He originated a diagnostic system of kirlian photography called Energy Emission AnalysisTM, as well as his system of acu-light therapy called Esogetic ColorpunctureTM. He is the author of many scientific articles and publications. He is the founder of the Mandel Institute for Esogetic Medicine in Germany as well as the International Mandel Institute for Esogetic Medicine in Switzerland.
Peter Mandel also has a deeply philosophical and spiritual approach to healing. He describes his paradigm or thought model for healing as "Esogetics." It is the "merger of the esoteric wisdom of life with the energetic principles of life's processes." He believes that the roots of illness and pain lie in unconscious and at the meeting point between spirit and matter.
World renowned biophysicist Dr. Fritz Albert Popp has said of Peter Mandel:
"Peter Mandel is distinguished by an explosive mixture of imagination and realism. This is clearly revealed by his tireless investigation into the mysteries of therapy, by the development of models for understanding the organization of living structures and, last but not least, by his compassion for others and his strong commitment to helping those who are ill."
Dr. Fritz A. Popp, Biophysicist