On this page you’ll find recommendations for the book “Heelheid: Lexicon voor positieve gezondheid: by Jan-Willem van Aalst. This book describes the content of this web site (in Dutch).
In the new ways of thinking about health, we come to realize that we could look further than just the physical body. In this concise lexicon, Van Aalst introduces a simple model that shows how body, energies and consciousness constantly interact and influence eachother. This book offers a practical invitation to broaden your perspective on pathology, prevention and health, without rejecting what we already know and use. Highly recommended.
Our consciousness about sickness and health is rapidly growing lately, with an increased focus on systemic or holistic thinking. Ancient methods inspire us to focus more on the person as a whole. In this book “Heelheid” Van Aalst provides a clear-cut overview of many perspectives on wholeness. It offers a helpful guide to all who seek the experience of total health. It’s also an invitation to pay more attention to the messages that symptoms offer us.
At last a book that connects up the dots in healthcare! Health Mastery lays out how different approaches relate to each other and what they are useful for. Going beyond arguments of good or bad, it creates an intelligent and integrative space for a conscious approach to your own health.
Health mastery, who would not want that? This book beautifully describes how to achieve that from a connected viewpoint. Connection and intertwining of various healing methods, but the book can also connect you, medical professionals, and regular health care. In short: a book well worth reading, and to keep at hand as a reference lexicon.
Health Mastery reaches out in a nicely inquisitive way, and opens up step by step for the “other ways” in the world of health care. Thus the book illustrates that holistic approaches can support an integral way of looking at health. This challenges the regular medical profession and their curricula to renew their way of looking at medical treatment, with an increased focus on the soul. Things brings the person in his environment back in the center of the picture. Indispensable in this time frame.