The majority of people come across Whole Health as they search for a way to manage physical and emotional symptoms. The reality is that most individuals are looking for a cure (more precisely a simple and easy cure) for their pain and suffering. Thus, they come to Whole Health looking for a miracle.
Whole Health is amazing. Once a person finds a healthy balance between their physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects, their days flow and life is content-filled. Even life’s inevitable bumps and challenges seem easier to handle. Often, in the process, symptoms lessen or even disappear completely.
With this said, Whole Health is not a miracle solution. There’s no secret handshake or magic wand in Whole Health. Nonetheless, the key to healing is actually pretty simple- find the root cause(s) of the pain, fatigue, and other suffering symptoms and address those concerns.
Of course, in practice, Whole Health requires action and effort. All of the clues about how to become healthy and content are hidden within symptoms and life issues. It’s just a matter of learning how to access and interpret these signals.
To this end, Whole Health programs tend to be divided into two somewhat overlapping parts. First, techniques such as Reiki and other forms of energy healing are used in conjunction with meditation and guided imagery to cleanse and relax the body. This rebalancing phase could best be described as symptom management and stress relief.
Then, once a tentative equilibrium has been reached, the inner work begins. At this point, meditation and guided imagery continue to be used to calm the mind. However, whereas in the first phase of the Whole Health, individuals were seeking a brief repute from their suffering, now these same techniques are used in order to listen and be open to understanding what is needed to sustain a healthy life balance.
With this insight in hand, techniques such as shadow work, belief work, affirmations, afformations (an affirmation variation), journaling, and energy integrity training can be used to address issues at the physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual core. While the specifics of Whole Health programs are unique to each person, the most commonly needed components include Core Belief Examination, Healing the Past, Attracting Healthier Lifeways, Genuine Self Integration, and Evolution to Unconditional Self-Love. In all cases, the goal is to create and integrate a healthy sustainable balance between all aspects (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual) of that individual’s life.