7 Tools of Healing!

7 Tools of Healing!

Have you ever experienced mysterious symptoms in your body without being able to pinpoint what was wrong?

Being concerned about your health, you visited the doctor’s office, where they spent a few minutes asking about your symptoms but provided no clear explanations or answers for what might be wrong.

You were then sent on your way, prescription in hand, or maybe they handed you a tube of topical cream to try, because they really didn’t have any answers.

Sound like a familiar scenario?

The problem is that when you treat symptoms, it’s like putting a bandage on it without revealing the root cause.

So why is it that physicians don’t attempt to find the root cause?

Because, physicians are trained to treat symptoms and address immediate concerns.

Due to limited appointment times and so many patients to look after, there’s not much time to investigate further.

This often leaves patients without answers, or personalized care as you would get with a physician who practices integrative medicine.

Integrative medicine is a holistic practice that focuses on physical, emotional, and spiritual health where they do more than focus on specific symptoms or illnesses.

Integrative medicine is β€œan evidence-based approach to treat the whole person β€” your mind, body and soul. Your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs are all involved, so integrative medicine uses a combination of therapies. It β€œintegrates” conventional approaches and complementary therapies to achieve optimal health and healing” according to the Cleveland Clinic.


Finding the Root Cause!

Have you read the book “The 7 Tools of of healing:Unlock Your Inner Wisdom and Live the Life Your Soul Desires“?

Dr. Steven M. Hall MD, who wrote the book, is an Integrative physician who utilizes both conventional and natural treatments.

He helps people by looking at physical symptoms, as well as helping them find the root cause of their health issues.

Dr. Hall also offers Craniosacral Therapy which is a gentle, hands-on treatment that focuses on improving the flow of cerebrospinal fluid which can help relieve pain, and enhance the body’s natural healing processes.

Dr. Hall wrote the 7 Tools of Healing because he believed there was a disconnect between conventional medicine vs. healing, and wanted to add his voice to the conversation.

This book is a comprehensive guide to healing. It will help you:
πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ”¬ Recognize when something in your life doesn’t work
πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ Identify beliefs
πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ”¬ Change beliefs
πŸ‘¨β€βš•οΈ Focus on solutions

The book isn’t about how to eat, exercise, or reciting positive affirmations.

It’s more about getting to the root cause of your issues, and mastering the tools to live a longer and healthier life.


Watch the “7 Tools of Healing” conversation with Dr. Steven M. Hall MD here:
Click to listen to podcast episode 147.Β 


The 7 Tools of Healing!

  1. Faith
    Faith is believing that you can heal and that you can make choices and deal with whatever life throws at you. Once you have this belief, you can practice strengthening your faith in that belief and expect positive outcomes.
  2. Awareness
    Awareness means being fully present and mindful of your thoughts, emotions, and surroundings. Being aware helps you make better health decisions and protects your safety.
  3. Acceptance
    Acceptance is the process of embracing your current reality without resistance, which doesn’t mean giving up on a situation, it means letting go of what you can’t control and focusing on what you can.
  4. Compassion
    Compassion is the care you feel for yourself or someone else’s suffering, and a desire to help. It’s about kindness and taking supportive actions.
  5. Forgiveness
    Forgiveness is process of letting go of resentment or anger towards someone else. It doesn’t mean forgetting or condoning bad behavior, nor does it require reconciliation with a person who hurt you. It allows you to release the burden of carrying a grudge, taking the focus off the anger, and concentrating on moving forward.
  6. Gratitude
    Gratitude is appreciating and focusing on the positive aspects of life. To practice gratitude it’s good to reflect on things you’re thankful for and expressing appreciation to others.
  7. Right Action
    Right actions comes from practicing the six previous tools. If you practice and master them, you’ll just know what action to take in the moment.

Practicing these tools and shifting your mindset and perspective, contributes to better mental health and physical health inside the body.

 

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