Introduction to the collection of methods
The Health Mastery website summarizes some fifty healing methods that can help you to experience wholeness again. Many of the methods are primarily geared towards one or two of the four bodies [ref to model], but their healing effects are often noticeable in more bodies.
Just as it is impossible to fill a fruit bowl with every imaginable sort of fruit, this collection of methods will never be complete. There are methods that are ‘deduced’ from others. There are methods that are so rare that they are barely practiced. There are methods that are still too much in an experimental stage to be included, and so on. The methods included in this book should offer you and your (medical) guide sufficient options in your reciprocal shared search on your specific journey back to wholeness.
The criterion for whether or not a particular method is included is not the degree of validated scientific evidence. Such ‘evidence’ merely offers a false sense of security, as this refers to the traditional scientific paradigm, which is rapidly becoming obsolete with the onset of quantum physics. The most important criterion is whether there are well-documented, validated descriptions of practical effectiveness in real life. Even then, this is by no means a guarantee for healing for any particular person in any particular situation. There is no method that will always work for everyone all the time. Your own unique journey back to wholeness requires its own combination of methods, in a particular order in time, carefully and lovingly coached by an integral guide.
Each method features a brief general description, sometimes augmented with some practical examples, plus a few websites if you’d like to expand on it. Please remember, methods may sometimes appear to contradict each other, while both might still be effective for certain people in certain situations with particular symptoms. All methods included here have reported ample positive results, but, again, no single method always works for everyone.
With Acupuncture, most of us usually imagine metal needles being inserted into the body. The purpose is to help cure often vague symptoms on an
Breath therapy is about the active re-programming or re-conditioning of the quality of your breath, to help you find the way to experiencing wholeness again.
The term “Ayahuasca” is used for both the vegetal, trance-inducing liquid from the Amazon forest area, as well as the healing method in which this
The healing method based on this term does exactly what it says. Its main focus is the mental body. The effects are found on both
An aroma is a distinctive, typically pleasant odor or smell. This healing method is focused on the energetic body. Its purpose is to stimulate the
This healing method focuses on the spiritual body, or, more accurately, on the mind’s active decision to choose to focus on the connection with the
The Ayurveda (Sanskrit for “Science of life”) might be summarized in one sentence: “Discover your own unique nature, and live on a daily basis according
The healing method of Bio-energetics has been developed in the sixties and seventies of the 20th century by Alexander Lowen. As a medical doctor, he
The flower remedies were developed in the 20th century by Dr. Edward Bach. Following a startling experience of the calming effect on his own nervous
Cardiology as a science is concerned with the quality of the heart operation, as seen in the physical body. Since heart and vascular disease are
Surgery operates directly on the physical body. There are virtually no surgeons who are proficient in all types of bodily surgical interventions. Due to the
The CranioSacral therapy, first proposed by John Upledger, aims at identifying excess tension in the connective body tissue (usually in the cerebral region) and the