Tuesday, August 31, 2010
We are each multi-dimensional beings composed of consciousness, energy/vibration, and physical form. Our health and well-being is a function of our system maintaining equilibrium as it interacts with its perceived environment. This requires nourishment and proper functioning of all our systems - nervous and endocrine systems, cardiovascular system, digestive system, excretory system, immune and lymphatic system, and more. These systems are being operated unconsciously and depend on sufficient energy flow and accurate information. Various stresses can disrupt these systems, and lack of energy or nourishment can also lead to breakdowns in these symptoms. When this occurs symptoms of illness arise.
The allopathic medical response is often to attack the symptoms (hide the warning signs) and hope that the body will recover while you are trying to ignore it and escape suffering. Physicians may also surgically remove body parts that have started to break down or malfunction - rather than helping the body heal and repair itself, which it is innately capable of doing. The system of consciousness that forms your body turned a single microscopic fertilized egg cell into your entire body! It can certainly repair any organ or tissue that has been damaged or impaired.
True healers help you access the natural resources within yourself and the natural world that enable you to heal. Modern medicine has ways of controlling chemical processes temporarily, but cannot restore us to wholeness. When we are sick it is vital to identify what our symptoms are telling us - otherwise we will remain ignorant and continue to perpetuate the patterns that are fostering our dysfunction. Each of must take responsibility for our states of illness and health, for we are the ones with the most power to change our lives.
Jed Shlackman, LMHC, C.Ht.
Jed is a licensed mental health counselor as well as a hypnotherapist and practitioner of energy psychology, energy healing, sound healing, and other therapies that support health of body, mind, and spirit.