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Tell us what you’d like to see…

Posted January 14th, 2013 in blog by Candice

We are adding services to better service our community.  We’d like to know what kind of services you’d like to see offered, how do you see yourself using our center, or what are your thoughts in general about our center or any holistic health center.

The more information we can get from you, our community, the better we’ll be able to provide helpful events, information, classes, or activities.  If you’re not sure, here are some questions for you to answer to get you started:

  • Do you know what a holistic health center is?
  • Have you ever been to a holistic health center?
  • Would you use a holistic health center?
  • Have you ever heard of Reiki, metaphysics, or a wounded healer?

 

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Shamanism in Western Medicine

Posted August 7th, 2010 in blog by Candice

By  Janie Peterlin
Physicians must reconnect with their own personal, emotional, and spiritual self. Dr David Cumes comments on this: “It is ego that leads physicians to believe they know best.. It is ego that enjoys the patient who shuts up, follows instructions, and falls into the role of passive victim with the disease. Many physicians become disconnected from their spiritual self because of the rigors of their profession, and are thus incapable of ‘seeing’ the souls of their patients. Some physicians are wounded in the medical training process and so this becomes a deterrent to their ability to heal themselves or their patients. Some of the best Western physicians have shamanic abilities and often put them to good use without realizing it. However, Western medicine has difficulty validating these nonobjective methods that are not easily measured. The portal to this alternative healing is the right brain, and, for this, we need to open the heart. We need more heart in our modern system and a little less intellect.”
http://xnet.kp.org/permanentejournal/spring00pj/healing.html