In-Home Self-Healing Support
Some of the things that I can offer individuals who choose to heal in their own home.
Date: 7/31/2017 2:06:41 AM ( 6 mon ) ... viewed 257 times
Here are sixteen items that I am most attracted to offering support to individuals in adopting these as part of their self-healing program in their own home.
#2.) Nourishing Traditions Diet
#3.) Nutritional Therapy Support
#4.) Highest Quality Sleep
#5.) Additional Rest and/or Reiki
#6.) Hands On Food Preparation
#8.) Therapeutic Dyads
#9.) Additional Therapeutic Sessions
#10.) Various Readings
#11.) Introductions to the Individual's Human Design
#12.) Daily Journaling
#13.) Study Sessions
#14.) "The Four Agreements"
(All of the above can be elaborated upon in response to an inquiry.)
I'm inspired to present this information to support In-Home Alternative Health Care and to educate the public on the advantages over an exclusive reliance on the medical system. I'm especially inspired from reading "Lessons Learned" - a letter in the current Wise Traditions Journal by Maureen Diaz, a Weston A.Price chapter leader.
In her last email to me she wrote: "It made me SO angry that, every time he was in the hospital or rehab, they were always feeding him junky carbs, even a sugary muffin after a kidney stone surgery, while restricting fat and salt. Grr!"
This is one of many examples where the health condition most often has natural, non-surgical, alternative approaches to managing that a naturopathic physician can supervise while the individual remains at home and follows a healing protocol. I have expertise in this kind of approach to healing and now wish to add information regarding the economic factor that many people use to determine their health care.
The medical system is limited to the extent that they can support healing in an individual as indicated in Maureen's letter:
"People still often comment about my dad dying from cancer, and I am only too eager to tell them, no! He did not die from cancer, he died of medical malfeasance, loss of hope, and a broken heart. Realizing that he would never be able to care for my mother again, nor be well, I think he just gave up. Of course, had he followed our holistic doc's advice, he'd probably still be with us and Mom would be back home, rather than languishing, confused and depressed, in a nursing home."
The whole account is on pages 6 and 7 of Wise Traditions - Volume 18, Number 2 - Summer 2017. I may transcribe some of that account as time permits.
November 25, 2017 - Re: "Therapeutic Dyads" -
Believe it or not - It can be a great thing to face the fears of death ... and most especially - to pass through these shadows and penetrate into the core truth of self. I am passionate about the fact that one does not have to wait their entire lifetime to face these fears! Still - focusing one's attention in this direction is not expected to be "easy". You may want to consider the loving support of another who knows how to listen to you. You may already know such an individual or you can find someone new! In any case - Reach out (and contact someone) to live without fear!
 Use of warm therapeutic baths and /or use of a infrared lamp.
 With at least a 1st Degree Reiki activation for the individual would be ideal!
 Or - at least composting - ideally vermi-composting.
 I.E. The Destiny Cards, Astrological Transits, etc.
 All Healing related i.e. New Medicine
 Daily silent sittings.
 Ideally the home environment is conducive to the Individual for their In-Home healing retreat. If that's not readily the case then the environmental condition may present a need to ascertain whether or not that environment can be transformed into a healing environment. Although this item is listed as #16 in real life it would actually be one of the very first considerations.
In-Home Alternative Health Care, self-healing
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