Is illness really just the result of external factors such as viruses bacteria or environmental contaminates invading the body? Or is there something more to why we become ill? Could it be that the ancient metaphysicians were on to something when they viewed healing from the adage As a person thinketh so shall they be? Do the mind and body truly imitate and imprint each other so what affects one affects the other? And if so is it possible that if we acknowledge and understand the impact of these elements we could not only restore our body back to good health but we could actually make it better than before we became ill? Healing Happens with Your Help provides the answers to these questions and more and uncovers the hidden meanings behind illnesses such as diabetes cancer heart disease rheumatoid arthritis fibromyalgia chronic fatigue depression and headaches. It looks at illness not from symptoms but from origins; and not from the perspective of curing but from the perspective of healing. It explores the complex relationship between emotions attitudes and beliefs and provides a mapping process to show you where you energetically hold these triggers in the organs glands muscles and spine of your body. Most important Healing Happens with Your Help offers insight into how you can heal your body and your life by simply changing patterns and changing thoughts.
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