Being healthy means being having vitality and balance between mind / body / spirit
Dis-ease shows up when there is an imbalance between your physical / emotional / mental / spiritual
If you are ill - ask yourself why? and what is your body trying to tell you
The essential foundation of mind body medicine is the recognition that for every experience in the mind, there is a corresponding change in the physiology of our body.
We have a vast internal pharmacy that can be accessed through conscious choices we make in our lives.
A key tenet of mind body medicine is that health is not the mere absence of disease. Rather, it is the dynamic integration of our environment, body, mind, and spirit. Mind body medicine offers new possibilities for promoting and improving health through natural approaches that stimulate our body's intrinsic healing system.
The path to wholeness requires perseverance, flexibility, and openness. As you travel along your healing journey, you'll have new experiences and uncover fresh information that will deepen your wisdom of life. The challenge in this process, as in all of life, is to extract that which is beneficial and release that which is not. To assess the many recommendations that will cross your path, you will need to use both your heart and your head.
(excerpt from Sathya Mailing List)
'At every stage of spiritual growth, the greatest ally you have is your body'
First of all you have to overcome and change deep beliefs that may be embedded in your mind, such as 'I'll never lose weight' or 'I'm fat and can't help it!'
These negative perceptions and beliefs have to be replaced. So every night before going to bed visualize and say to yourself, ' I am slim and beautiful'. Or something similar, 'Day by day in every way I am becoming slimmer and more beautiful'. These are positive affirmations.
If you've never tried affirmations before you may think that just by saying a few words is not to make you a model. Well overnight it won't but give it some time.
What this is doing is changing your ingrained negative beliefs; your subconcious doesn't know the difference between real and imagined. That is why visualisation is so important. Visualize you with a better body.
To improve effectiveness get a photo of your head and stick it on the body of a someone that you admire and could look like. Look at this photo everyday and imagine that you are actually going to have a body like that. BELIEVE IT!
In fact be careful what you believe and what you wish for!
"A physician without a knowledge of astrology has no right to call himself a physician." -- Hippocrates
TEN DRUGS TO AVOID WHENEVER POSSIBLE
1. Prozac. This wonder drug whose side effects are now being uncovered. Aside from all the known side effects, including insomnia, anxiety, anorexia and weight loss, Prozac has been known to affect nearly every system of the body. Most recently, it's been linked with sexual dysfunction and also long-term dependence (WDDTY vol 8 no 11).
2. Piroxicam (Feldene). Numerous deaths have been linked to this non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, which causes some 110 known side effects, including stomach and intestinal bleeding or perforation, depression and hair loss (WDDTY vol 7 no 5).
3. Predisolone or routine use of steroids for anything other than the short term for life-threatening conditions. Even inhaled or rub-on steroids cause the side effects associated with their oral cousins: thin skinning, growth retardation or osteoporosis, buffalo hump and dementia (WDDTY vol 7 no 2).
4. Dexfenfluramine. This dieting magic bullet makes you nine times more likely to develop pulmonary hypertension, and also causes depression, insomnia and nervousness. In lab tests it caused brain damage (WDDTY vol 7 no 4). 5. Nifedipine and other calcium-channel blockers. New revelations about this class of drug show they increase the risk of cancer, heart attacks, stomach bleeding and suicide (WDDTY vol 7 no 6). Dangerous for diabetics (vol 9 no 2).
6. Larium. At least 300 Britons are claiming severe, long-term effects from this supposed malaria preventative, including hallucinations, anxiety attacks, seizures and severe mood swings (WDDTYvol 7 no 11).
7. Septrin. This hybrid antibacterial drug, used to treat everything from traveller's diarrhea to HIV infection, even in children, is extremely toxic. American regulatory agencies warn the drug can cause the potentially fatal skin disease Steven-Johnson syndrome, which also causes death of liver tissue and lowering of blood cell count. The drug, given for HIV-positive AIDS patients, causes symptoms uncannily like those supposedly associated with advanced AIDS (WDDTY vol 4 no 10).
8. Sodium valproate. Also known as valproic acid, this anti-epilepsy drug has a host of side effects, including the capacity to cause potentially fatal liver failure in some patients (WDDTY vol 5 no 2).
9. Ritalin. This drug of choice for children diagnosed with Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Syndrome (ADHS), the latest name for the hyperactive child, can cause seizures in susceptible children, suppress height and weight, cause nervousness and insomnia, anorexia, nausea, heart palpitations and, involuntary movements. It also can lead to dependence (WDDTY vol 4 no 4).
10. Minocycline. This first-line treatment for severe acne has been linked with serious adverse reactions, including liver failure, tooth discolouration, autoimmune hepatitis and lupus (WDDTY vol 8 no 1).
10 Situations where you don't usually need a medical doctor
1. Backache. Research demonstrates that for most cases of lower back pain, chiropractic or osteopathy works far better than anything medicine has to offer (WDDTY vol 4 no 8).
2. Ear ache. In most cases, time, mullein oil, a woolly hat or a hot water bottle works far better than antibiotics in curing ear ache, according to numerous studies (Alternatives,WDDTY vol 5 no 12).
3. Fever. Fever is your body's extremely clever method of killing foreign bugs of all varieties and shouldn't be suppressed. Rather than worrying about the exact degrees, its more important to determine whether the problem is serious-say, meningitis. Fevers for ordinary viral and bacterial infections won't exceed 105 degrees, which isn't dangerous
4. Infection. For common or garden infections, first try working with a herbalist, who will prescribe echinacea or berberis, rather than antibiotics.
5. Just in case checkups, particularly if you are over 50. If you have nothing blatantly wrong with you, going to a doctor won't necessarily protect you but is likely to unleash the entire arsenal of his testing apparatus. 6. Menopause. Unless you are among the very small percentage of women who don't respond to other measures, holistic measures (diet, homeopathy, herbs) will help you through the change in a safer way than any doctor.
7. Chronic but not life-threatening diseases. Eczema, psoriasis, non-life-threatening asthma all respond better to alternative measures than drugs, which only suppress symptoms (The Guide to Asthma and Eczema; PROOF! vol 1 no 3).
8. Slimming. All a doctor usually has to offer is drugs, and numerous slimming drugs have been found to be life-threatening. Allergies are one of the major causes of overweight, as are calorie-poor slimming diets (WDDTY vol 6 no 5 and Allergy Handbook).
9. Colds and flu. Unless you are elderly and your immune system is compromised in some way, there is nothing your doctor can give you or your child that will improve a cold or flu. Bed rest, plenty of fluids, lemon and honey drinks and homoeopathy help; antibiotics cannot. 10. Acne. Again, all your doctor has is drugs with horrendous side effects to offer you. Try diet and allergy treatment first (The Allergy Handbook).
The Top 10 Medical Myths
1. Lowering your blood cholesterol levels will prevent heart disease. Science has never been able to link cholesterol with heart disease. Population studies show that many groups with high levels of heart disease don't have high levels of blood fats. Careful examination of the studies supposedly demonstrating that cholesterol-lowering drugs work show they fail to translate into a significant number of lives saved (WDDTY, the book).
2. Screening for cancer can catch it early and save lives. Mammograms, cervical cancer screening and the latest PSA screening have never been shown to save lives. All screening tests are highly inaccurate. The latest study of the PSA test shows screened men are more likely to die (see p 10).
3. The mercury in your fillings is permanently locked in and therefore harmless. Numerous studies in animals and humans demonstrate that mercury particles and vapours are a timed-release poison, which migrate to various parts of the body, including the brain, and cross the placenta in pregnant women. We still don't know the extent of the damage (The Dental Handbook).
4. Fluoridating the water and dental products is good for your teeth and stops tooth decay in children. Rather than strengthening bone tissue, fluoride causes osteoporosis. New evidence shows fluoride can also damage the central nervous system, causing brain dysfunction, lower IQ and possibly even Alzheimer's disease (WDDTY vol 3 no 9 and vol 9 no 3).
5. Vaccination has conquered infectious disease. Careful examination of polio and smallpox casualties shows that the disease had a higher incidence in many areas that were highly vaccinated. The incidence of all infectious diseases were plummeting long before the onset of vaccination, which took the credit (WDDTY, the book).
6. Women need hormone replacement after the menopause to protect them from osteoporosis and heart disease. All the major studies supposedly demonstrating a survival benefit with HRT have been criticised as biased or flawed. Virtually every major study of HRT also shows it causes at least a 30 per cent increase in breast cancer (The Guide to Menopause).
7. Modern drugs have conquered many diseases. The only drug capable of curing anything is antibiotics. No other drug out there cures-it simply suppresses symptoms, usually at the risk of causing a load of other ones (WDDTY, the book).
8. Routine X-rays aren't dangerous. The UK National Academy of Science believes that x-rays could be responsible for 4 per cent of leukaemias and up to 8 per cent of all other cancers (WDDTY vol 4 no 6).
9. Mental health has nothing to do with diet. Work in Princeton and now the UK shows links with schizophrenia and depression and allergies or nutritional deficiencies. Virtually every case of depression seen by the Institute of Optimum Nutrition relates to an allergy to wheat (The Guide to Mental Health).
10. Cancer survival statistics are improving, thanks to chemotherapy. Chemotherapy has an all over cure rate of at best 9 per cent, usually for rare cancers. It doesn't affect in any way the solid tumours which make up some 90 per cent of all cancers (The Cancer Handbook).
Above tips from What Doctor's Don't Tell You & Lynne Taggart -
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