Holism & Health
“The Importance of the Hara”
I believe if a person could spend his whole waking time being aware of his hara – as is taught in some Eastern religions – his life would be so different. He’d always have his own identity. No-one could push him off course. Nothing would really affect him, and all his negativities would be superficial.Read More »
Just what do we mean by “holistic”? So many holistic health centers offer professional work in many different areas – yoga, meditation, biofeedback, reflexology, nutritional counseling, patterned exercises, relaxation therapy, massage, acupressure and so on. But simply offering all these forms of therapy does not necessarily make a clinic holistic.
“Holistic” in our framework encompasses the way you treat the person.Read More »
“The Core of All True Therapy”
A vow is the most sincere, solemn promise.
The dedicated student makes a vow to learn all he can to actuate his Life Energy. And his therapist makes a complementary vow to teach him.
This mutual vow is at the very heart’s core of all True Therapy. Without this bilateral, equal, and total commitment there can never be True Therapy.Read More »