Hypnotherapy and your Holistic Health.
Viewing health as more than a physical issue is certainly not a new concept. Holistic health acknowledges that health is experienced as mental, emotional, spiritual and physical well-being.
Holistic healing deals will all aspects of the person, not just the physical part, where illnesses are most apparent. The fundamental understanding is to bring all aspect of the person into balance, all mental, emotional, spiritual and physical needs are been met. It is the ongoing journey of learning to know ourselves better, of listening to our body’s, of finding inner peace.
All parts of a person’s life (physical healing, mental health and wellness, emotional well-being, and spiritual beliefs and values) are considered. Taking a holistic approach involves seeking the tools that will help you to live a happier, healthier and more fulfilled life.
Holistic medicine is also based on the belief that unconditional love and support is the most powerful healer. A person is ultimately responsible for his or her own health and well-being. By a process of self discovery and learning how to connect to our inner resources, we can bring about equilibrium in the body, mind and spiritual aspects of ourselves. Creating a holistic wholeness with all systems and parts working harmoniously together.
Looking after our health no matter what age we are is so important. Hypnotherapy is a powerful tool for bringing about healing. The recent studies on Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) show how our immune system is effected by stress and anxiety. Hypnotherapy can easily help you to reduce stress in your life. Long term anxieties, fears and manipulative behavior can have a profound effect on our holistic health. Hypno-analysis is the best course of action when dealing with such issues. It can get to the root cause which is in the subconscious mind easily, finding and removing the cause. Hypnotherapy helps with coming to terms with, where you are in your life now and what is the best path for you?
Principles of holistic medicine include the following:
All people have innate healing powers.
The client is a person, not a disease.
Healing takes working together and addresses all aspects of a person’s life, using a variety of tools..
Treatment involves finding the cause of the condition, not just alleviating the symptoms.