Better Health Naturally

by Vicki Moser, CTN

Wholistic Healthcare

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wholistic.jpgWhat does it mean to be a wholistic health practitioner?  The word wholistic is used quite a lot now.  Very simply it means we treat the whole person.  Humans are created in God’s image and are three in one, body, mind and spirit.  Sometimes, in order to truly heal from the inside out, you have to treat all three and not just the body.

            The body is the physical.  We treat the body with herbs, homeopathics, essential oils, vitamins, minerals, and of course our food.  The medical world treats the physical with drugs, surgery and physical therapy.

            The spirit is the part of us that longs for God.  As a Christian I believe that when we accept Jesus as our Savior that is the beginning or birth of our spiritual healing and will continue throughout this physical life.  The answer for continuing to grow in peace and health is to associate with other people of like faith and teaching and essential oils (as mentioned in the Bible) help us heal on a spiritual level.

            The mind includes the will and emotions.  This, I believe, is where much of our physical illness begins.  We choose, through our will, to eat the things that make us sick or “choose” not to eat the things that heal us. We choose to use mind altering substances that open our minds to outside control.  Our emotions can become very “toxic” because of our experiences and exposure to the sin and evil in this world.  The remedies for these mental and emotional problems include homeopathics, Bach flower remedies and essential oils.  These heal not only on a physical level, but also on an emotional level.  I also use a form of acupuncture that helps to release these “emotional” hot potatoes that overload the mind and the senses and eventually cause physical disease.

            Sometimes it is necessary to treat the “whole” person in order to have “Better Health, Naturally”. 

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Written by cosmicallybeffudled

October 7, 2007 at 7:56 pm

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