Excerpt from The Handbook to™ Holistic Health – H3
Everyone has a choice when it comes to health and well-being. Most people ignore it until something happens and then they scramble to try and get it back. There are a few who take it seriously, realizing they need to act now and not wait until ill-health arrives. Which one are you?
The next choice is what route you choose. I’m thankful for doctors and their work. They save lives. Most doctors truly care about their patients and want to do what is best for them. I applaud them for it.
There is much they don’t know or consider as options. There’s a whole world of alternative medicine which is sometimes more effective than traditional medicine.
This book is going to teach you how to live holistically, or maybe a better way to spell it would be ‘wholistically’. Holistic is defined on Dictionary.com as:
Incorporating the concept of holism, or the idea that the whole is more than merely the sum of its parts, in theory, or practice.
It’s looking at your whole life and making sure all the parts are in balance. It’s coming to the realization every part of you affects the other. They are interdependent, and you cannot live a full life without all of them working well together.
This includes your mind, body and spirit. It’s about having a healthy body full of energy and vigour. A mind that can handle any situation thrown at it and is peaceful and happy. A spirit that knows there is Someone or something more which guides you and has a plan. When you combine all three, you will live the life of your dreams. Isn’t this what you want?
This Book Contains It All
In this book are twenty-one experts in holistic living, who have shared their knowledge freely with you. Each chapter will focus in on a specific part, whether it be mind, body or spirit.
If you’re interested in physical health, read the chapters written by: Dr. Ona Brown, Mr. Charles Tchoreret, Cheryl Ivaniski D. Ac., C.H., RDH, Dr. Akbar Khan, Prof. Dr, George Grant, Dame Dr. Sheila McKenzie, Prof. Dr. Stanley Ngui, Ms. Josephine Marcellin, Ms. Maricel Gonzales and Ms. Tiffanie Carr.
If you’re interested in mental and spiritual health, read the chapters written by: Dr. Benjamin Stone, Ms. Cora Cristobal, Ms. Divya Sieudarsan, Ms. Hailey Patry, Mr. James MacNeil, Mr. Jim Hetherington, Mr. Raymond Young & Ms. Hailee Young, Dr. Sany Seifi, Master Teresa Yeung and my chapter.
The great thing is these ideas aren’t hard to implement. Pick a chapter, read it and start doing one thing they suggest. Each week if you incorporate one teaching you will find your life changed in the next year. What have you got to lose? Just try it.
To a Life of So Much More,
Raymond Harlall – Co-Founder of Local Experts Group