Those of you, who have read my latest book, Beyond Medicine, exploring a new way of thinking, recognize this title as one of the seven caveats for restoring balance to your life. But although everything works, it works most effectively when applied to a specific set of circumstances for which it’s most indicated. Thus, the importance of two related caveats – there are no panaceas and if anything can cause anything how do you know what’s causing what.
So, how do you figure out why you feel the way you feel and what can you do about it. Well you probably also recognize by now that in order to get from where you are to where you want to be – you’ll need a MAP!
But before the MAP can be of any benefit – you’ll also need to know where you are. Well, you might say. “I’m obviously in a place of not knowing;” or I’m experiencing this or that symptom and have this or that condition or disease.
So then, we have two possible points of entry for resolving the problem. We can work from the symptoms to the solution or work toward identifying the cause. Either will work. I’m sure you’re all familiar with the benefits of a M.A.P. (the matrix assessment profile) in determining cause. But what if you don’t have access to this remarkable tool and still want to become proactive in your own healing process. There are two simple and easy ways to work from symptoms to solutions and that’s the topic for this month’s amazing transformation newsletter.
So, here goes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dichotics and symptom solution sorting (See transformation tips). The major reason for the caveats is to establish that health and disease are contextual. This means that there is no single approach or combination of approaches that’s right for everyone. That’s why everything works – but everything doesn’t work for everybody. So, two people with the same symptoms may have them for different reasons.
In the short-term, if you’re going to approach solutions through the symptoms, you’re more likely to be successful if you employ tried, true and tested remedies. Ancient Greek physician Hippocrates (460-377 BC), the founding father of natural medicine, related the course of any ailment to poor nutrition and bad eating habits. He stressed, “Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food”-advice that, to this day, has not lost its validity.For that reason and the fact that almost 80% of all chronic degenerative disease can be related to diet, I’ll be including some of the more powerful approaches to symptoms through food in the next several issues of Amazing Transformations.
Meanwhile, it’s reported that 90% of all visits to physician’s offices are stress related. This means that Stress is capable of producing symptoms and in order to resolve these symptoms we must first address the stress.
Now with the latest innovations in technology it doesn’t really matter whether the source of the stress can be identified or not. In a perfect world we would first identify the stress. Then we would eliminate it if we could. If we couldn’t, we could then work toward minimizing it or managing it.
But that’s a lot of work and it’s so much easier to just take a pill. Well now there’s an even easier way to manage and eliminate the symptoms of stress with no harmful side-effects. In fact it’s so simple you can even do it while you sleep! There is one common denominator that has a powerful impact on both and that’s your brain. Once you learn to operate this incredible possession and access its potential – nothing is impossible.
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