Enhancement of Life Aspects
Dating back in India more than 5,000 years, four aspects of being human have been the pillars of Ayurveda medicine -- body / mind / emotion / spirit. This experience is best modeled by the structure of a tetrahedron:
In health, these Ayurveda life aspects are experienced as "well being", "dynamic alignment" and "balanced blending". The historian, anthropologist and linguist Zecharia Sitchin has documented that Ayurveda and Western medicine had the same source in Sumer about 10,000 years ago. For the most part, contemporary Western medicine is disinterested in its own ancient wisdom and holistic healing principles. With its symptom-prescription type drugs and its 12-minutes-per-patient managed care office visits, contemporary medicine seems to a) address the physical body aspects mechanistically, b) sidestep the mind / emotion aspects and c) ignore or deny the spirit aspects. Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word that has been translated as -- perfect health. The body does manifest and materialize "dysfunctions of the dynamic balance" as conventional diseases. However in holistic medicine, as with its Ayurveda mentor, these imbalances are only a starting place for the experience of -- perfect health.
The holistic physician contracts with the client to mutually hold the vision of perfect health. What we are visioning or thinking [with our mind aspects], through what we feel [with our emotion aspects], is what we manifest [with our body aspects], i.e., illness or health. When we are visioning and feeling health, we are well connected to our spirit aspects. When we are worried, fearful or ill, we are separated or pinched off from some of our spirit aspects. However, as the Abraham materials [www.abraham-hicks.com] point out, the imbalance or dis-ease can be the "useful contrast" to prompt the "non-conflicted intent" to manifest the "deliberate creation" of health and healing. Modern physics has well documented that vibration precedes form, or energy precedes matter. Clearly, our spirit body precedes our physical body -- see Conversations with God [www.miraclecenter.org].
In my opinion, the Abraham materials, Conversations with God and A Course in Miracles are -- an elegant trilogy of new scriptures.
These Joy Based Scriptures are internally consistent in the philosophical deep structure of their teachings -- in contrast to the fear based religious teachings with which most of us were raised and the illness based psychotherapy with which most of us were entrained. Joy is our birthright. If we are not fully experiencing Joy, we can reclaim our birthright -- now.
Please see the Joy Based Psychotherapy page in this web site. Also, see my new book on Holistic Healing and Joy Based Psychotherapy; it is titled ABE STORIES.
Therapy is a comprehensive therapeutic system that has evolved in
Germany over the last 70 years, and it is one of the most widely used
modalities in the treatment of chronic pain and illness in Central
Europe and South America. The German physician Ferdinand Huneke, MD,
DDS, is credited with the greatest contributions in the genesis of
Neural Therapy. Since most of the professional papers published on the
subject are in German, this very effective therapy is largely unknown in
the non-German speaking countries at this time. Dietrich Klinghardt,
MD, PhD, now based in Seattle, is considered one of the foremost
scholars, practitioners and teachers at this time in Europe and North