Holistic Consultation

 

Thank you for continuing your consideration of adding a holistic element to your practice. Here you will find resources to help you with your research in this important step in your patients overall care. Although some of the ideas and information you may come across may seem to fall under the labeling of New Age, I assure you nothing about caring for the whole of a human, connecting to the earth and each other for healing is new. It is a most ancient practice.

Incorporating the new medical advances with the old ways of living a balanced life is one of the most revolutionary actions we can take right now to ensure a sustainable and healthy future for us all. My chosen perspective is that if one of us (humans) is healed, we all experience the benefit of that healing.

If you received a package, you will find a two page document entitled Core Questions. If you would like to experience how I can help you personally, contact me for a session having filled out this questionnaire and we can continue from there.

Brent Bauer, M.D., director of Mayo Clinic's Complementary and Integrative Medicine Program

“The Philosophy that underlines all Native American healing techniques -herbal, physical, and spiritual-is really very simple. In order to live healthfully, people must learn to live in harmony with the world around them.”

 

"Many of today’s “mind-body medicine” concepts have their roots in the guided meditation, visualization and lucid dreaming secrets of years ago. Whether invoked beside an ancient campfire or from the depths of a favorite armchair, the healing powers of the mind and spirit can prevent or relieve chronic conditions and pain.”

“ How can modern society accept that the power and vitality in something so apparently inanimate as a tree could touch us deeply ad bring about a transformation so profound as to be healing? How do you open people to the possibility that nature has this sort of power and vitality to offer to them? In order to realize the power in nature, we must bring a willingness to consider that something has had its hand in the design of the natural world.”“ How can modern society accept that the power and vitality in something so apparently inanimate as a tree could touch us deeply and bring about a transformation so profound as to be healing? How do you open people to the possibility that nature has this sort of power and vitality to offer to them? In order to realize the power in nature, we must bring a willingness to consider that something has had its hand in the design of the natural world.”

Ready to further the discussion, retain my services or do you have questions? Contact me by filling out the form to the right and I will promptly respond. Again, thank you for visiting and I hope you were inspired to learn more! ~Kukata Kali~

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