What is healing? What drives the healing process? What is the source of healing? Have you ever stopped to ponder questions such as these? My experience suggests that most people haven’t, but if you want to heal and be healthy, I think they’re pretty fundamental questions to consider. Here are some of my current thoughts...
First of all, while it may be difficult fully comprehend or understand exactly what ‘life’ is, simple observation would suggest that it is the source of healing. For example, if you get a cut on your hand while you’re alive, it heals. If a dead body gets a cut, however, it doesn’t heal — even with the best medical intervention in the world — dead bodies don’t heal. Medicine doesn’t heal. Life heals.
So if health and healing come from life, how do we express more life (and therefore more health)? Based on the number of medications people take each day, it would seem as though many people equate health with having no symptoms. I think this belief is misguided, however. Sure, symptoms can be a sign of poor health, but they can also be a sign of good health. For example, if you breathe in some dust, you might cough or sneeze; if you ingest something poisonous you might vomit or get diarrhoea; if you’re over-exerting yourself, you might feel tired. Coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhoea, tiredness are all symptoms, but they’re all healthy, intelligent responses to these particular scenarios. So, symptoms can give us helpful information, but they’re not necessarily an accurate indicator of health.
Health, in my opinion, is better understood and defined when you understand that we are electromagnetic in nature — we are beings of vibration. I might address this concept more thoroughly in another post one day, but for now, it’s enough to know that everything in the universe vibrates — our atoms, molecules, cells, organs, etc. all vibrate. In that sense, our bodies are a lot like an orchestra — each instrument creates vibrations in a range of frequencies. The interaction of those frequencies determines the quality of the sound we hear. A “healthy” orchestra is both coherent and adaptable. All the parts work together as a unified whole — they are in tune with each other, they resonate in harmony with each other, they are coherent. Whilst maintaining this coherence, they are also able to adapt to the changing dynamics of the song (or in our case, the changing dynamics of everyday life).
In summary, life is the source of health and healing, and life is expressed most abundantly when your entire being is able to adapt to its ever-changing environment whilst maintaining complete coherence and harmony. My mission is to help people make this a reality… to increase coherence, adaptability and expression of life… to help people heal from chronic illness and tune in to their full potential.