Guiding Principles and What I am Really Thinking and Doing
Principles in Practice for Using Natural and Biofield Medicine:
Applied Principles I try and always remember:
Obstacles to Cure: Blockages, Deficiencies, and Excesses
All imbalances can be reduced to some form of blockage in what otherwise should be a perfect flow and balance throughout the many processes that create and maintain health. In an abundant universe the question is: where is the blockage and what is that blockage made of? This blockage is then generating the apparent experience of deficiency or excess in our bodies or lives. Sometimes we create deficiencies or excesses inside us, sometimes the blockage, deficiency, or excess is outside us. In either case, whether we are deficient in nutrients, water, light, happiness, or freedom we must correct the obstacle to flow. If we are excessively filled with toxins, inflammation, congested lymph, congested blood, anger, sadness or fear we need to correct the flow so that these things drain and we find our balance again. Too little blood circulation in an area creates problems, so does too much. Creating ideal balance in all areas requires different steps to remove the blockage, feed the deficiency, and drain or remove the excess.
Nature Cure wants to:
Nature Cure questions to determine the health plan:
1) What do we need to remove from the diet, the tissue, the environment, the lifestyle, the thinking or the emotions?
2) What is missing in the diet, body, emotions, lifestyle, environment, or thinking?
3) What do we need to soothe, repair, and make strong again (generally in that order)?
4) How urgent and within what timeframe do we have to work?
5) How can we support the body to do its own work to remove, soothe, repair, and make strong if we have the time?
6) How do we optimize the whole person to heal?
7) How do we optimize the organ to heal?
8) What is the least invasive and side effect generating thing we can do?
9) What is needed specifically to motivate the change?
10) What is needed specifically to increase vitality in an organ or a body?
11) What hidden blockages or resistances have hindered progress?
The difference in Nature Cure thinking is in the questions we ask and the places we look for answers, therapies, and support. It is a difference of priority and perception. It may happily include drugs, surgery, and other conventional evaluations and treatment, but only with a profoundly different context and worldview. It is sensitive to both the side effects of ignoring underlying disease generating conditions as well as being sensitive to the side effects of unneeded medications and surgery.
What does Nature Cure do differently?
2. Fascia Unbinding
3. Lymph Movement
4. Nervous System Relaxation
5. Emotional Release
6. Qi Movement
7. Pain Reduction
8. Energy Restoration
9. Blood Circulation
10: Healing experience of touch and vital energy
(a.k.a. why doesn’t excellent medical massage happen more often?)
Add supplements, botanicals, drugs, or other side-effect producing therapies as needed with due consideration for their level of risk to benefit
BROAD ACTION STEPS RECAP: