Mind, Body & Spirit

Exploring the Mind, Body & Sprit Model of Healing

In mind–body–spirit philosophy, the bad news is that we don’t always get what we want; the good news is that the universe and our soul offer us what we need for our greatest good and evolution. As key tenets of this holistic philosophy, it’s important to understand that these three layers are consistently interacting internally and externally. Played out, any disharmony that exists in our external lives may be mirrored in our emotional and physical self that disrupts our spiritual growth.

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As human beings, we like to stay snug in our comfort zone, and without prompts, change is not something we readily embrace. Balancing mind–body–spirit is in sync with the Hippocratic philosophy of treating the whole person, not just the disease. Reconnection to our spiritual self is what healing body and mind is about. When we adopt this model, we become engaged in a continual process that takes responsibility for our evolution as spirit in body.

Making the Connection: A Journey in Changing the Channel

In the midst of my early 40s and what I thought was the corporate dream job of my life, my health suddenly took a serious dive. As a result, I entered a period of several years during which I had numerous tests and was examined by many specialists. While each was well qualified in their field, none seemed to have the definitive answer and my health continued to deteriorate. Finally, a friend suggested I seek out an evaluation by a local, western-trained physician who practiced classical homeopathy and Ayurvedic medicine. This physician is  responsible for regaining my health and, at the same time, teaching me about the integrated connection between our mind, body, and spirit, and also introduced me to the work of Dr. Edward Bach and his 38 powerful flower remedies.

While my path was no exception to the millions of us who are trying to find the next right step, the exception for me was my initiation into Edward Bach’s world and his work; then came the return to the field of  Evolutionary Astrology the rest, as they say, is history. As my involvement in the holistic field has grown over the past 25 years, it’s encompassed my work as an Evolutionary Astrologer,  qualified Bach Practitioner, published author, international workshop facilitator, educator and conference speaker,

Integrated Consultations

While I no longer practice in the field of flower remedy therapy, I encourage you to visit the pages covering the Bach Flower Remedies, along with  my current work and consultant as an astrologer in  evolutionary astrology,