Traditional holistic medicines

The state of health involves the person as a whole: the mind and body are integrated and inseparable. positive state of being that is achieved by treating the causes rather than the symptoms. Each person is responsible for their own health and must be an active participant.

Awareness that health is not just the absence of disease, as already explained, but a dynamic state of equilibrium in a living energy system. This fundamental principle, according to which individuals are in a constant and dynamic relationship with health and disease, reflects the importance of maintaining a balance between a person and his environment in order to discover what factors promote or prevent well-being. The harmony in these interactions gives rise to a state of well-being, while disharmony and imbalance translate into illness .

The importance of the individual in its entirety is an approach to treatment typical of ancient traditional medicines , the best known are Ayurvedic medicine, traditional Chinese medicine and Tibetan medicine. In all of these, the concept of energy, understood as a man-environment energy balance, is fundamental, as much as the spirituality of the individual is, also understood as the capacity for introspection.

In general, in these therapeutic approaches the patient is helped with the so-called “natural therapies”, such as aromatherapy , crystal therapy, chromotherapy, Reiki and even Bach flowers . In all cases we act with the intent to remove energy blocks, including emotional ones, to favor the return to well-being and psychophysical balance.