"Everyone has a doctor in him or her; we just have to help
it in its work.
The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well.”
Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, Greek Physician (460BC-377BC)
Most people have a good portion of well-being. The lifetime goal is to enhance your well-being through ongoing assessment and a proactive approach. It is important to see your well-being as a ‘glass half full’ and build from there. By assessing where you stand with your well-being, you will be better equipped to address your well-being challenges; ultimately improving your whole person well-being. Seeing what you do not have, ‘the glass half empty,’ is a negative starting point. The present state of your well-being is the result of the status of the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of your health and the balance between them and in your life; known as homeostasis.
"Search for the cure within the cause, the body itself is the best healer"
Plato C427 -C347 BC
Plato believed knowing the cause of ill health was necessary to direct the body towards healing. Finding the cause of your symptoms and conditions can be a lot like looking for a needle in a hay stack. How do you investigate your well-being challenges? How do you determine what factors are responsible for your symptoms or condition? To be able to complete the puzzle of your health it is important to collect as much information as you can and piece those bits of information together. Developing a timeline of your life can help you to accomplish the task. Physical, mental, emotional and spiritual factors should all be included in your timeline. Individual details or events may or may not be a significant health concern on their own. In combination with other factors or cumulatively, they may be relevant.
Unwanted symptoms can be caused by many factors. How do you proceed in your search for symptom elimination of allergies, intolerances, sensitivities and other chronic symptoms? Symptoms are just the 'tip of the iceberg'. To achieve and maintain long term symptom relief it is important to deal with the 'base of the iceberg' issues. Learn more about the Symptom Iceberg Analogy approach for permanent symptom elimination.BodyFeedback™ Interview &Therapy - Health Forensics
The BodyFeedback™ Interview & Therapy System uses neuromuscular biofeedback to provide useful information to help you assess your well-being.
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"Einstein discovered decades ago that physical matter (including the human body) is made of energy. Thus, even though the human body may appear to be solid, its foundation is energetic at its core. This simple fact is one of the most universally agreed upon findings in the scientific world but, to date, it has not been well integrated into western healing procedures.”
Applied Kinesiology - Muscle Response Testing - http://www.kinesiology.net/research.asp
Scientific Validation of the Mind/Body Paradigm and Muscle Testing - http://www.onefoundation.org/synopsis/monti_etc.html
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