(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 26, 2014 Becoming Aware of Mind-Body-Spirit Medicine (14295 views)
The development from Era 1 to Era 2 medicine emphasizes that we are not the body alone; we are mind-body entities. Era 3 medicine indicates that we are not confined to our mind-body; we are mind-body-spirit entities. As is the belief, so is the practice. If the physician believed that he was a mind-body-spirit entity, he would suggest the attitude of 'prayerfulness' by those concerned with the patient.
SHARE Friday, April 20, 2012 Improving the Quality of Health Care from Within (4656 views)
Faith is essential for healing to take place regardless of the kind of treatment that is actually given. Where there is faith, the feeling is positive and this helps the body's built-in mechanisms of healing. The quality of health care would eventually depend on how well the various aspects of health care are synchronized to supplement and support the central nature of faith and the hidden reality of mind-body-spirit medicine.
SHARE Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Health Care Needs a Fundamentally New Approach (1883 views)
Health of man is considered to have the components of physical, mental and social well-being. The state of spiritual health of an individual being intangible is left out. This has perforce reduced the consideration of man as a sum of parts, whose malfunction lead to a diseased state. Recent advances in psychology and psychoneuroimmunology now suggest that spiritual health needs to be rightfully included in Health Care matters.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Everything is a play of Consciousness (1337 views)
When we understand that everything in a day's life is a play of consciousness then we can ourselves play with our consciousness
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, June 10, 2010 The Philosophy of Mind-Body-Spirit Medicine (3544 views)
Mind-body-spirit medicine allows the unknown to be tackled by the body's built-in mechanisms. Thus the therapeutic potential of mind-body-spirit medicine is unlimited, while the purely biomedical approach confines itself to limits set by the logical mind.