Often we feel as if there’s too much going on in our lives. Holistic healing offers a more thorough approach than many modalities to dealing with those repeating patterns that keeps us spinning in circles. This is due to the fact that more than just the physical plane of existence is addressed, and that other aspects of our lives are considered that need work on.
I have a friend who lived near London for awhile. He taught me some Cockney words that he had learned and two that I found delightful were the pronunciation for stuff which sounded like “stouff” and the word “tat”, which also meant stuff, but as in when one has too much in their lives. I thought of those words when I saw while traveling, the metal sculpture that is partially shown in the photo above. It was in the yard of an antique store out in the country, and the artist had welded together odds and ends of sheet metal, car parts, bicycle wheels and other things to make an interesting piece of artwork. However, if this were a photograph of what your ethereal workings were like, I think that most would find that their life was pretty confusing. However, since the pieces are welded together inside of us, most wouldn’t know where to begin to straighten out the parts in order to make for a less confusing whole.
Holistic healing encompasses a wide array of approaches to stilling the mind and bringing inner peace. From meditation, to breath work, to yoga, most societies have recognized the need to bring cohesion to a person’s life, except for contemporary Western society. Those who seek that balance in this part of the world often have to look to practices from other cultures, or like me, are shown by the Divine techniques to clear away the stouff.
For myself, I have been recently been shown how to merge my Divine self, that knows the answers to to whatever I’m working on, and my present self, that is stuck on the “issue du jour”. At first, as with most of what I’m shown, I resisted having that ability to be part of my repertoire of practices, because that would mean giving up what I was trying to deal with. I’ve written quite a bit about Triune Brain theory and how our reptilian brain or unconscious mind, concerned with our survival, often makes irrational choices with regard to hanging on to what our conscious minds loudly proclaim we want to get rid of. That is one of the major reasons that so many of us finding ourselves spinning in circles, trying to get rid of what we say we want to cast off. I find myself delighted with this new process of merging my two selves as it seems to be quite effective at removing my “tat.
Whether you decide to work with me, read a book on a particular healing modality, or seek out some other source, I encourage you to explore the vast depths of holistic healing for yourself. I find that there is so much more to ourselves than what traditional Western medicine has to offer, and that there is a place for all forms and experiences at the the table of healing.
What have been some of your experiences with working with other healing methods? Which ones did you find to be particularly effective for you?
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