Julianna Lyddon discusses how mind, body, spirit integration compliments the treatment for Osteoporosis.
I’d like to take a moment and talk with you about osteoporosis and mind, body, spirit integration. But before I do so it’s very important that you recognize that mind, body, spirit integration is not a cure in and of itself for osteoporosis. It is merely a compliment to other treatments you may be involved in.
Mind, body, spirit integration, though, is a critical component in helping you deal with osteoporosis because it’s a way for us to look at our relationship with ourselves. It’s a way for us to begin to look at our mind, to look at our body, and to look at our spirit because it looks at the entirety of the human being. We are more than just a physical body. We are a mind and a body and a spirit and each of these parts of ourselves hold valuable messages.
When we take the time to tap into these messages it actually creates more of a wholeness and a completeness or balance within our lives. And again, this isn’t a cure but it certainly can help you go deeper and deepen the human experience. So in the relationship to mind, body, spirit integration and dealing with osteoporosis we first need to look at the purpose or the function of the bones.
Well the bones of the skeletal system of the body are basically the framework or the support of the body. They provide protection for softer tissue and internal organs. They actually hold basic and fundamental minerals that are put out thought the bloodstream in the rest of the body when you need them most. But what I want you to do today is to contemplate a metaphorical question surrounding this theme of depletion or weakness because if you are suffering from osteoporosis we know there is a weakness in the bone.
So where might there be another weakness or depletion in another aspect of your life? Have you found that possibly there is a lack of stability or foundation or that has been rocked in some way or another within your life? Have you found that there’s a part of yourself that you need to fill up with open arms? Pay attention to these questions. Ponder them. Work at going a little bit deeper and possibly healing other parts of yourself that may need it.
Julianna Lyddon, MC, is an Intuitive Energy Healing Therapist with a master’s degree in marriage, family and child therapy. With many years of experience as a practicing counselor, Lyddon focuses on helping people through self-introspection and intuition therapy. Lyddon guides her clients in utilizing their natural intuitive gifts while connecting with the many layers that lie beneath and within themselves.
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