While Holistic Healing has long been recognized as one of the most effective alternative treatments for various kinds of physical and mental ailments, it has also been haunted by numerous myths which have no connection to reality. Let’s sail through a few myths that have been hurting the popularity of Holistic Healing:
Acupuncture and acupressure are the only methods of holistic healing:
No, this is only the tip of the iceberg. Holistic Healing has many methods of healing which include Energy Transfer, Body Mind Healing, Hypnotherapy, Sound Therapy, Spiritual Therapy, Space Therapy, Dream Therapy, EFT, Touch Therapy, Natural Therapies etc.
All practitioners use the same method for all diseases:
This is a huge misconception as each disease has different symptoms and heals and using only one method to solve all problems would be ridiculous. Just as Allopathic treatment utilizes different medicines, holistic healing utilizes various methods to identify and heal diseases that are assumed to be incurable.
There is limited career growth in holistic healing than other forms of medicine:
The growth opportunities for a Holistic healing practitioner are far more than other forms and this is specifically because the scope of self-development and self-growth is abundant in this particular field.
Holistic healing becomes ineffective on diseases that are hereditary in nature:
Hereditary diseases can definitely be healed with the help of Holistic healing methods. They have proven to be highly successful in curing even the deadliest of the diseases. As unbelievable as it may sound, techniques like hypnotherapy or regressive hypnosis can be utilized to heal diseases like diabetes, which in most parts of our country is considered hereditary and incurable with allopathic treatments. With the help of regressive hypnotherapy, it is possible to go back in the past and track events that may have triggered the diseases and problems being faced today.
Hypnotherapists are unsafe as they can get any information out of the patient:
It is true that any information can be extracted from a patient BUT the patient should be willing to reveal such information. The therapists are bound by contract with the patients about such details and hence, the patients should be willing to actually reveal the information. After all, trust is the foremost factor which takes a patient to the doctor for treatments of ailments.
What remains true is that Holistic Healing techniques do not come with any baggage of side effects and are mostly lighter on patients’ pockets too. So, it’s time to ignore the myths surrounding this heavenly healing approach and embrace it for your great physical, mental and spiritual well-being!
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