The 7 healing tools to rejuvenation

The World Health organization defines health as an active state of physical, mental, and social well-being and not just absence of disease.

An active state requires not a passive approach but an active participation of your total being in the healing process. This state can be accomplished by constant rejuvenation. Therefore in order to stay healthy and youthful, you need a continuous rejuvenation of mind, body, and spirit.

When you put this as a priority, it leads to self-discovery, self-healing,and self-transformation. This is the foundation for a successful life, both financially and spiritually. When you are full of life, you will also do well professionally and financially.

Never think you are too young to embark on this journey. The earlier you start the healing process, the more you reap its benefits later in your life. For most diseases after 50 occur as a result of unnecessary medication and poor lifestyle.

I listed 7 healing tools with the right mental states in my book Leaf to Life: Unlock nature’s secrets to true health to realize this rejuvenation.

One of the healing tools is herbs.

Why?  This is because the healing agent must not only ease symptoms of the disease but must address psychological, pathology and even spirituality. In the hands of a skilled herbalist, the person is led to transformation and activation of self-healing.

For example the herb yarrow:

Body – enhance immunity,  wound healing, blood pressure etc.

Mind – relieve grief

Spirit – Ability to let go of hurts and to help in forgiving (together with prayer and repentance).

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About sliew

I am a practicing Medical herbalist and doctor of naturopathy from Singapore.
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