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Healing the Whole Self

We have often heard it said that ‘we are what we eat’. But we are also what we breathe, what we think, what we say and what we see. We try to make sure that we eat healthy, exercise and have fresh air.

Whole world carried in our handsWe are well-known with associating these things with our health, but what about the books we read, the films, the television we watch and the politics we support? Is the music we listen to good for our health and spirit? Are our friends and family good for us? These are serious questions, none of which can have assumed answers – they will be different for everyone. But the responses we make to them do have an important effect on our total well being. In all holistic medicine, individuality and responsibility are crucial factors.

There is an emphasis on the uniqueness of the individual and the importance of tailoring treatment to meet each person’s very different needs and circumstances.

Holistic medicine also majors on therapeutic approaches that are aimed at mobilizing a person’s own capacity for self-healing. The person who is ‘ill’ is in fact the healer. Aid can be sought from ‘experts’, but the responsibility for healing and health lies with the person who wants to be well.

Are You Fit & Healthy?
Are You Sure?

We all know what we should be doing to live a healthy lifestyle and to keep most ailments at bay.
But why do we still have the common symptoms? Restless legs, headaches, hair loss, tinnitus, mood swings, bleeding gums. That’s because we are still missing 3 very important key factors to stay healthy.