In whom do they trust? Primarily in themselves and in their own bodies ability to recuperate and return to its natural state of healthy balance.
In addition they trust in the ability of the practitioner they have chosen to orientate their healing path, give helpful advice and an appropriate nurturing treatment.
A personal friend of ours has recently recuperated from a long standing thyroid problem after choosing to have a course of homeopathy treatments. She tells us that all the unpleasant symptoms have disappeared and she feels very well and now considers herself cured. She doesn’t feel the need to have a conventional clinical analysis to confirm she has recuperated her health. She trusts what her body feels.
We thank our friend for sharing this enriching experience with us and congratulate her.
We first learn techniques, tools to do our work with. We learn, what they are and then how and when to use them. The more we use them the more confidence we get and if we pay attention the more we get to notice what happens when we do things in a certain way, move faster, slower, apply more or less pressure, pause, listen, feel and sense with our hands and our body. How and what we say, see, hear and even what we smell contribute to a treatment. It is the integration of all our senses to connect with and help others.
It is a journey of personal development, getting to know more about ourselves, who and what we are in relation to our environment and to the people we treat and those around us. We are able to benefit others as well as ourselves. It’s exciting and its fun and it’s continuous because there is always something new and different to learn.
Help yourself and help others – learn a therapy.