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Tuesday, 17 January 2012
A very happy new year to you all. I know, I'm late. But that’s nothing new for me. I’m always behind with something. Last year was quite a slow time for me when it came to writing. But I did set up a new business, so that’s my explanation for that. My new Holistic e-book came out last year and inside is a wealth of alternative ways of treating illnesses. I DO NOT however, advocate not seeing a doctor. The alternative ways work very well with modern medicine too. These unique therapies have been around for thousands of years. The Chinese have known about the energy flowing through the meridians for over 4,000 years and developed acupuncture to tap into and unblock the energy system. The principles and thinking behind complementary therapy go back more than 4,000 years. In India and China, it was accepted that wellness and dis-ease were opposite forces where wellness held dis-ease in balance. It was realised then that the focus should be on achieving balance and harmony of the body, mind and spirit as a means of keeping dis-ease at bay. This is where the yin yang symbol of the sun and moon - opposites in harmony – originated. Nowadays there is generally suspicion towards complementary therapies, although some therapies like acupuncture and chiropractic are gaining acceptance in many countries. This type of treatment can work with modern day medicine, there is no barrier. There is also another book available and it’s called herbal cures. You will be surprised how many ailments can be cured with plant life. For instance, did you know you could Reduce stress naturally? One of the most commonly treated medical conditions in the world today is anxiety disorder. Some of nature’s natural stress relievers are passion flower, lemon balm, lavender and valerian. Consider trying these various extracts to test their effect on your anxiety and stress levels with essential oils, teas and other forms. They really do work. You will find all you need to know here. http://www.connectionswithspirit.co.uk/book-store.php So please pop by, have a browse and make this year - a natural year.