What is Healing?

Healing is an holistic approach to facilitating the return journey to health. It involves tracing the cause of any suffering through the physical and emotional symptoms to its roots deep within our psyche.

Our natural flow of energy always moves towards perfect health and well-being. However, when faced with difficulties in our life which we find too painful to accept, we tend to hold this unresolved energy in our aura.

This creates blockages in our energy field which then depletes our vitality and can lead to ill-health and suffering.

With the assistance of the hands-on skills of a Healer, we can be guided into bringing these blockages to light and releasing them. This enables healing on all levels including physical health, emotional well-being, relationships and spiritual realisation.

The healer may also guide the client in a process of inner inquiry as to the cause of their condition. This takes the healing deeper and encourages the client in creating their own health and wellbeing.

 

Cancer and healing

Published by Brestcancer.org – see http://www.breastcancer.org/treatment/comp_med/benefits.jsp

People with breast cancer often have physical symptoms to deal with on a daily basis, such as pain, anxiety, nausea, vomiting, and fatigue. Some of these come from the disease itself. Others are side effects of treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, or hormonal therapy.

While scientific research on most complementary therapies is relatively new and the studies are small, early results show that some complementary therapies may help ease physical and emotional symptoms in some people. When combined with conventional medicine, complementary therapies may offer a more integrated approach to healing.

Each complementary therapy works on different symptoms. Below are some of the most common symptoms and side effects of breast cancer and treatment and the complementary therapies that have been reported to help.

 

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