– An illness does not cause its self
– Your problem is just a symptom of your problem
– Identify the true problem, and fix it!
As a studying and practicing Holistic Health Practitioner, I work with the “whole person”, rather than with an illness or even an undesired mental state. I have found that it does little good to focus attention on an illness, or an undesired mental state(such as depression or anxiety, or a bad habit), because the illness, or the mental state IS NEVER THE CAUSE OF ITS SELF. An illness does not cause its self, nor does a mental state. My clients will tell you that I won’t speak with you much about your over eating, your smoking, your anger, or your migraines. The reason is because these are effects, they are not the cause. As a Holistic Health Practitioner and Healer, it is my job to discover the cause.
This means that in most cases, whatever you think is the problem, is just a symptom of the real problem. This also means that when the real problem is identified and dealt with, the symptoms just go away. A good example of this would be someone saying “My boat is full of water and I keep bailing and bailing, but the water never goes away!” Obviously, the water is an issue, but what is the real problem? The hole. If the hole were to be repaired, you would bail and begin to notice that the water level was getting lower. Now it is possible to have a dry boat. Not because you bailed the water out, but because the hole was repaired. Guess what else? It is effortless to have a dry boat. The boat does not take on water, because there are no holes in it. Now, instead of spending all your time and energy bailing and getting no results, you can paddle off to wherever your heart desires!
I have found that the real problem can be anything from a person not getting enough of a certain vitamin, to a person who has emotional trauma and doesn’t know it. In this day and age, enough studies have been done, so that all I have to do is look up a certain symptom, and the answer, or what the problem is, will be right there in the book. At this point, this is where we fix the “hole in the boat”, and this is where my intuition and healing techniques come in to play. Each individual is unique, and in a different place in life, and it is up to me to decide upon a few things: 1) Is this person really ready for this? 2) If the person isn’t ready, is there anything I can do to help nudge them into readiness? and 3) If the person is ready and prepared to heal, how can I most effectively facilitate the process?
Over the next few weeks, I will post more blogs about Holistic medicine, Reiki Healing, Crystal Healing, Aroma Therapy, Music Healing, and Relaxation and Meditation. These are the techniques that I use the most, and will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Many blessings to you,