While the field of medical treatment continues to vastly grow and improve with constant new implementations and innnovations of technology, some people often find that for certain medical conditions, mainstream medical technology just does not suffice. Thus, many people often prefer alternative healing methods to treat their medical ailments.
A popular practice of alternative healing is Yoga. Yoga has been widely practiced for over 5,000 years, originating in Asia. It is a combination of breathing exercises, physical postures, and meditation. It is said to calm the nervous system and balance the body, mind, and spirit. It is performed usually in a class with an instructor and other individuals for approximately 45 minutes at a time.
Another popular practice of alternative healing is acupuncture. Acupuncture originated in China some time in the 1st millennium BC. The practice consists of a trained professional inserting very thin needles into certain areas of the body called “acupuncture points”, usually for the purpose of treating pain.
Also commonly practiced is aromatherapy, which involves using fragrances derived from plants to affect someone’s mood or health. While aromatherapy lacks scientific support, many claim that it has given them great success.
Wholisitic healing is a great way to reach optimal health and well being. There are outside influences that separate us from our inner selves, whether they be physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual in nature. David Malin, a skilled Medical Intuitive, has a multidimensional approach to healing he likes to refer to as Body Math™. This approach makes you whole again by making all 12 chakras, in all 4 layers/bodies of the aura up and running again.
Chromotherapy, or “Color therapy” involves using color and light to balance physical, emotional, spiritual, and mental energy. This practice is based on the theory that colors bring emotional reactions in people. Color and light are applied to certain parts of the body using gemstones, candles, wands, prisms, colored fabrics, bath treatments, and colored glasses or lenses.
Hypnotherapy is the application of hypnosis to treat various maladies, such as obesity, smoking, pain, anxiety, stress, amnesia, phobias, and performance. This is based on the theory that when patients are in a hypnotized trance they are more complacent or receptive to therapy than when they are in a normal conscious state.