The idea that healing is different for everyone is, to my mind, logical. Yet the medical model, and so the majority of the people who rely on it, feel that disease and healing can be boxed up. Although it makes sense to busy doctors and veterinarians, it doesn’t help their patients very much.healing is different for everyone

If you suffer with arthritis, a heart problem, a breathing problem, a digestive problem, or whatever, you are pigeon holed by the label and one of just a handful of drugs is selected for you. Or, for your ailment. This isn’t healing. This is suppression. Healing needs to unravel the cause, not cover up the effect.

True healing means taking a detailed history of the patient’s life and isolating the important areas that had a deep effect. These are the areas that show up the patient’s vulnerability as well as the possible cause of the current malady/ies.

Health Problems Are Different For Everyone

All the symptoms that the body expresses are the individual’s sign posts to the problem as well as the solution. Everything must be considered. It isn’t enough to label the problem from a medical test. That simply shows the effect of the problem.

What needs to be considered is how your body deals with the effect. For example, symptoms may be more or less at certain times of the day, month or season. Weather conditions may have an influence. The sensation of the discomfort or pain is important. Is the problem accompanied by another, seemingly unrelated, issue?

Holistic health care, as well as ancient wisdom, has always known that the deterioration of health starts in the mind. The moulding of personality invariably starts in childhood, with any strong influence having the potential to do lasting harm.

The Healing Is Different For Everyone

Along with the cause and expression of the health problem, healing itself is also dependent on the individual. For some, the healing is straightforward. For others, they can experience an echo (meaning a very mild form) of all the problems they have had in the past.

This process, as long as it is gentle and has little effect on your life other than interest, should never be interrupted. It is an important process of healing. The idea that it can cause suffering is faulty. Holistic healing should always be gentle.

Although contemporary society believes in fast tracking everything, including their ails, this approach just doesn’t work. It results in deeply upsetting the recesses of the organism. Instead of aggressively ‘fighting’ the problem, which simply leads to overwhelming the body, the better approach is from a diplomatic point of view.

Holistic Healing Should Be Individualistic

This entails first understanding what you body is trying to tell you.The body never lies, so it pays dividends to be observant.

Holistic healing is all about taking everything about you into consideration. Your big toe is part of you, as is your ailment and the top of your head. Everything that had a deep effect on you is important.

Then the healing begins. It may take time to complete, but there must be significant improvement along the way, if it is correct. Sometimes, this effect is so subtle and so gentle, it goes unnoticed. It is only when you are reminded of the earlier problems, that some can appreciate the change.

Holistic healing should result in an improvement in all aspects of your life. That makes it well worth the wait.

Perhaps the most effective as well as the individual approach to healing is homeopathy. Appreciate that healing is different for everyone especially holistic healing, which is true healing.

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Madeleine Innocent

You know how often people struggle with their health? They want to know WHY they suffer with health issues, often serious, and all their GP can offer is drugs and surgery? They feel helpless and at the mercy of another. Well, what I do is to help you pinpoint WHY you’re getting sick and implement a strategy that takes you to a feeling of empowerment, of being in control of your life. A strategy that restores your health and allows you to enjoy life.

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