Healing approaches across the globe address mind, body, and spirit in the context of human connection to our environment and culture. In the Western world, healing approaches are often compartmentalized and only address one health issue at a time. When used together to address all aspects of health, healing approaches can help us understand our overall wellness and the connectedness of all things. Such methods as acupuncture, herbal remedies, Chinese medicine, meditation, and movement therapies address mental and emotional health in the context of our physical bodies, allowing us to approach our healing from a variety of angles. Other examples of healing approaches include yoga, dreamwork, alternative food paths, guided imagery, bodywork, psychic therapy, journaling, breathwork, and many more. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.
Genuine healing occurs when we take ourselves mercifully into our own hearts and accept the totality of our lives. This healing of the soul or spirit, says Stephen Levine, is independent of bodily healing. We harden our hearts when we fail to forgive ourselves of our own pain.
A conversation with Biologist, Speaker, and Author Dr. Bruce Lipton about his experience of the Soundshower and his understanding of vibrational healing. Talking about how and why sound works and helps to reduce stress and pain and restores a more harmonious being.