Holism & Health

“A Commentary on Psychosomatic Medicine”

Who can ever establish when a case of heart disease really started? Was it with the first change in electrical activity, was it with the first symptom of pain in the chest, or was it when subtle biochemical changes occurred or when there were subtle pathological changes in the blood vessels of the heart, perhaps many years before the patient ever had a complaint?
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“The True Cure”

When a doctor approaches a patient he must think not only of the mechanics of the physical cure, but also of aiding the person in healing his spirit. This cannot be learned in medical school, it is not in the medical textbooks, nor does it qualify as a diagnosis for insurance companies. But it is what really matters.
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Video: Jen, Zhi, Li – The Soul and Its Manifestation in the World

Dr. Diamond discusses three ancient Chinese concepts central to his unique philosophy of holistic healing: Jen, the deepest part of the self, also known as the soul; Li, its manifestation in the world; and Zhi, the "wisdom" that enables that manifestation.
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“The Best Description of Healing?”

This may well be the best description of Healing. The healer opens his heart, his love pouring out from him to enfold the sufferer, to bring him into his expanded aura.
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“Treatment or Therapy?”

While treatment provides symptom relief, it is therapy that therefore provides the ultimate cure.
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“Think Only of Soul”

Psychoanalysis, and all the other psychologies, are concerned with what I call the superficial unconscious of admixed love and hate. All the effort is to reduce the hate and so increase the love.

But always there will be some hate remaining, never only love. Never transcendental.

They do not Know that there is a Deep Unconscious of Pure, Pure Love.

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“Deputized to Alter the Sufferer’s Karmic Plan”

There comes a point when every healing endeavor becomes deeper, and therefore more spiritual. For all healing is basically to do with the Soul.

At this point, every so often, the sufferer quits – sometimes acrimoniously. He has come to the moment of truth, when he sees himself honestly. And now there must be the commitment to see the process through, or at least to fully examine and understand the urgent need to escape.

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