The holistic approach is always best. The body is not a collection of parts. It is the whole.

The Little Shaman

What does holistic mean?

The definition of holistic is as follows: Of or relating to holism, Emphasizing the importance of the whole and the interdependence of its parts. Concerned with wholes rather than analysis or separation into parts. Medically, it means of or relating to the the medical consideration of the complete person, physically and psychologically, in the treatment of a disease. So when you say “holistic healing,” you are referring to dealing with the entire person, not just their symptoms or one part of their body, mind or spirit. You are talking about the whole body, the whole mind, the whole spirit and even more, all of them together.

Why is the holistic approach different?

Doctors, therapists, counselors and most others in the healing profession generally focus on isolating and eradicating symptoms. That is to say, they only fix what is bothering you. They generally don’t find out why…

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