Search Results: 'Laurence Hattersley'
A Second Opinion – an Insight Into Good Health, Disease and Our Relationships With Them
eBook (ePub): $4.50
Orthodox medicine sees structures, from large ones, to the very small ones of cells and chemicals. It has only two parameters: 'normality' and 'disease', but it does not understand good health. Do we... More > have relationships with these? Can we change our suffering by changing that relationship?< Less
A Second Opinion – An Insight into Good Health, Disease and Our Relationships with Them
Prints in 3-5 business days
Orthodox medicine only sees structures. There are the large structures of lumps, bumps and tubes. Then there are the very small structures of cells and chemicals; hence even human emotions it sees in... More > terms of chemicals in the brain. But you cannot see the whole by cutting it into smaller and smaller pieces. Medicine also only sees you in terms of normality or disease, here with an unspoken emphasis on the latter. We all have belief systems and what we believe, knowingly or unknowingly, defines how we look at and understand things; they define all our relationships. We also have relationships with our happiness and suffering as well. These are our human emotions. They are our expression of the moment. I have found in myself and in my patients, by experiencing them in the moment we can change the nature of the suffering. Medicine has an opinion, but it is not the only one. This is a second opinion.< Less
A Second Opinion: An insight into good health, disease and our relationships with them - promo
eBook (PDF): $0.00
How do we feel about our good health and disease? We normally perceive a relationship as something between us and something else; but do we have a relationship with our good health or... More > disease? Orthodox medicine sees only structures, from large structures like lumps, bumps and tubes, down to the very small structures of cells and chemicals. However it only understands us in terms of 'normality' and 'disease'. It does not understand good health. Orthodox medicine treats diseases, but does not know how to make you well. This book reveals the belief systems of medicine, of which orthodox medicine has become our core belief system. Doctors truly believe that what they see is reality. No matter what treatment you get, afterwards you have to heal. In truth we have relationships with our diseases. By changing the nature of that relationship, we can change our suffering. Medicine has one opinion. This is a second opinion< Less
Top 10see more >
North Carolina Auto...
Your #1 Brand is YOU!...
The Association Exec's...
.Net DevOps for Azure
The Way It Was
David Tuck: A Story of...
LOOKING FOR A...
Beyond Every Wall
The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers.
Please verify your birth date to continue.