Bodywork Therapies Complement Homeopathic Treatment

What is the best type of bodywork for total cure, permanent healing, or natural healing? There are a variety of very good natural therapies to choose from and making a decision on which is the best treatment for you can be quite difficult. Knowing exactly what it is you want is probably the best way to get the answer to your questions.

Let’s briefly discuss a few of the benefits of homeopathic treatment, after which, you can make an informed decision.

How homeopathy exactly works can be a bit difficult to explain, since no one really knows how it actually works. And in our current mindset, perhaps humans are not at a level of understanding to ever know. But the thing about homeopathy is that it definitely works.

Medical researchers have found that the cells in your body are constantly dying and new ones are being created to replace the ones that have died. Therefore, it’s strange that illness doesn’t stop with the death of the old cells. However, when you believe that your cells have the ability to preserve memories of experiences of your life, then it becomes evident why this doesn’t occur. Those memories are passed down to the new cells along with all the other important cell data.

Whether I’m wrong or right, I’d like to use an analogy of this concept to explain the workings of homeopathy. A profound healing, which you get with energetic work (homeopathy, Chinese body work and medicine, yoga, meditation, etc) can eliminate in your cells the memory of unwanted information. Therefore when a new cell is produced, there will be less of the harmful and useless memory of a hurtful life experience.

This builds up over time, until only a transient memory remains that does not affect you in any way.

In my experience, I have found that people require bodywork therapies less and less under really good homeopathic treatment even though I consider many of the therapies (bowen, osteopathy, chiropractic, physio, etc) excellent. These therapies seem to provide only temporal relief. In some instances, this may be good enough – allowing the body to heal itself. But when it comes to deep seated problems, they appear to be less effective.

Heather Shultz is a licensed acupuncturist in Marlton, NJ with advanced training in modern acupuncture techniques and traditional Asian therapies.

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