What is a Healing Model?
We at Healingself believe that healing
comes from the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual levels
and offer our findings to help the healing process. From our
experiences in healing work at Healingself, we have made many
wonderful discoveries about the mind-body correlation. By employing
Eastern philosophies and techniques with naturopathic,
Native American, traditional Chinese medicine, and herbal
remedies, we have developed a modality of health and
healing that focuses on diet, balance, and personal growth.
We at Healingself believe that we have reached a critical point in the development of our society and we must reconnect with our natural selves and become more in-tune with nature.
Our traditional approach to healing
is a good example of not treating the whole person. In our
Western world, healing consists of the treatment of
symptoms and has little to do with real causes. With a true model of
healing, we would get to the causes. We go to a MD for physical
symptoms, a psychologist for emotional problems, a psychiatrist
for mental problems, and the priest or minister for spiritual problems.
Our culture does not really tie all of this together; whereas,
in other systems they are interactive and part of a whole
system of healing.
Within our society we deny the animal instinctive, earthly part of us. We deny the spiritual part of us because we don't see or understand the spirit or god-in-all-things. The things we have learned to embrace have more to do with the physical and emotional parts. As an example: I feel better when I buy new clothes, a new car will make me happy, I want a woman/man, so I can be happy, etc. You see the relationship between the physical/emotional.
We have, in many ways, been disconnected from the spiritual part of ourselves and part of that has to do with being disconnected from the Mother--nature. Also, our programming plays a big part in our health. Our culture, family dynamics, environment, and heritage (genetics) play a part in our programming and our health. From these perspectives, you can see how we've been true or faithful to our issues; that is, we've lived out those things from our past that have created our future--good or bad.
Healingself will provide you with information on beneficial natural remedies, technique for healing at different levels, new programming, and spiritual guidance with technique. Our goal is to help everyone, who wants help, to resolve their past; so that, the future is clear.
You will be given a modality of healing with examples of how to utilize it in your day to day living.
Understanding the Toxicity
of Our Past
At birth we are given a physical shell, our body, and we are a product of our past from that day forth. We come as spiritual beings, but we are a composite of all that came before--genetic and karmic. We are born to parents who do not realize that they are everything to the child and shape what we are and what we become. Instead, they parent us much the same as they were parented. As we grow and develop, we emulate our parents' issues. What we receive from our parents is stored in us. As a child we don't really have the skills or mental operations to process the things that we are given. As an example, if your Father/Mother was very angry, and you as a child received their anger--you probably have assumed and stored their anger. Then you as an adult probably carry a charge on your anger. You also probably have trouble with self-worth and your own identity.
Most of our childhood issues go back to lineage and the lack of awareness of whom we are. We have to investigate our behavioral responses to see and understand how we learned so well. The first step towards resolving these issues is understanding.
Becoming the Observer
The old expression, "He/She is so close to the trees that he/she can't see the forest," is true in many ways. When we are locked into emotional battles, it is very difficult to see issues or process anything. This is why self-observation is so important. If you lived in a glass house, anyone passing your house could see what was going on inside. The perfect observer could witness any event and not be emotionally drawn into the event. This doesn't mean you shouldn't feel; it means you can feel but with a different perspective--as the observer. Take a look at your past from this stand point and certain patterns and issues will become apparent. Understanding what these issues are and how to resolve them are the key to self-improvement.
Go out in nature, sit for a while. What do you see, feel, hear, taste, and smell? Allow yourself to become part of nature, so that you don't miss any event. No matter how small it may seem, your observations are just for you. In nature there is kindness and cruelty, cooperation and tension, pleasure and hardship, all given and received without judgment. Life is not made of sunshine and roses. Understanding how to overcome pain, doubt, and failure is a vital part of personal growth and self-improvement. Everything in nature survives because of these skills. Our lives are not different.
From this new understanding you will observe many things. We all have a great deal of personal power and are more important and powerful than we realize. We all have the freedom to choose and define our attitudes, emotions, and values. The more that you practice being the observer the easier it becomes to take control over your life. Remember, you are in the world but are not of the world. Your practice of observation can take place anywhere, anytime. It can become your sanctuary into the Stillness and a life of harmony and balance.
Life is full of challenges. We must develop our own positive self-image as a means of protecting ourselves from life's hardships and failures. We all have self-doubt, but we need to learn how to put our self-doubts aside to move forward in our lives. When you are able to look upon your past with no judgment, your potential becomes boundless. This is the secret power of inner harmony.
How do we achieve this state? By reconnecting ourselves with the laws of nature.
Inner harmony comes from the inner alchemy, meditation, contemplation, and prayer with surrender. Existing as a part of all and being non-existent in part of all is the role of the Grand Observer. I am everything and yet nothing. That's harmony!
In nature, conditions are as they are. Neither right or wrong, conditions just are. Ultimately, life is the same way. From this viewpoint we can practice as the observer and learn about non-judgment. We can once again return to the happy state of mind of a child with the wisdom of our life's experiences. Through inner harmony we become a spiritual warrior that sees the wonder in all things. By becoming the spiritual warrior and making the upper like the lower, the inner like the outer, building a hand in place of a hand, an eye in place of an eye, then we may enter the kingdom and stand in the a place of grace.
"Only by taking responsibility for ourselves can we have any real power over our lives. Only a culture of personal accountability can sustain and preserve a civilized society. Our basic choice to think or not to think, and to live responsibly or irresponsibly reflects the essence of what it means to be human. Our freedom to choose is our burden, our challenge, our glory."
A self-reliant person is focused on
It is well documented that many emotional problems manifest themselves
as physical problems. Over the centuries, practitioners of
traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have found the relationship
between problems with specific emotions and the organs.
These practitioners recommend diet, herbal remedies, movement of
the life energy, and exercise as a supplement to the healing
emotional work for permanent results.
Location of Symptoms
The location of symptoms can include all of the following.
Causes of Symptoms*
*These are general categories in which most causes
BEFORE ANY HEALING CAN TAKE PLACE, ONE MUST CHOOSE TO BREAK FREE OF THE CONDITIONS.
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