In every sickness or misfortune, ask yourself, "What is the lesson here?" "What might God be trying to teach me?" That alone might make it bearable. Humble yourself to accept that lesson, and GROW. For through hardship, comes transformation. Inner transformation will lead to true change and healing.
Do you have inner peace? Because healing can not be complete without inner peace. In fact, healing should start with seeking peace within our hearts. I have repeatedly seen inner emotional turmoil causes disease (dis-ease) in our clients. Especially the more complicated diseases like autoimmunity and cancer. This inner turmoil often festers and like stress, … Continue reading Inner Peace
We clean our houses regularly and take the trash out everyday right? otherwise dirt, dust and trash builds up and this affects the health and well-being of the occupants. So why don't people realize the same scenario plays out in the body if you aren't eliminating their wastes well (e.g. chronic constipation) We take of … Continue reading Our bodies need unceasing and constant care
What sets Naturopathy apart from conventional medicine? Treating the root causes of illness is a philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine (tolle causam) that drew me to study and make this my profession. When stricken with a debilitating autoimmune disorder, I kept posing these questions to my specialist (Rheumatologist): "What is the cause of this and how … Continue reading Treat the Cause
One morning I met a 75-yr old former SEA games Boxer at the park. He has prostate cancer and was undergoing chemo but still exercises regularly. Him: “I took a rest yesterday.” Me: “Me too.” Him: “I think it’s important because the body loses something when you push it. You have to let it get … Continue reading Finding Your Balance
Every birthday, I feel compelled to write a reflective post about the past year and life lessons learnt. I guess this has turned into a tradition. This year flew by so quickly. Time is like that when you are busy. Surrender / Letting go This has been a big theme of recent days. It is … Continue reading Turning 29
Every Good Friday, I reflect on the passion of Christ, on his life and teachings. What can we learn from Jesus? This year, I'm thinking of his humility. Despite being able to work miracles and most probably prevent his own suffering and death, he humbled himself to his Father's will - that he should be … Continue reading Good Friday Reflections 2021
Our human emotions are often the source of all joy and suffering. If we can step back, observe ourselves and our actions and respond with love in every difficult interaction do you think our relationships and lives will be better? Thanks for reading. P.s. Many herbs have the ability to help us with our emotions. … Continue reading Emotions
A prose to ego The ego is the source of Pride. Pride is the source of most evil intentions ... ... anger, inability to forgive, grudges, hate, retaliation, revenge ... jealousy, coveting, greed, lust, gluttony, never being satisfied ... dominance, power, narcissism ... folly, lazines, self-pity, victimization, depression, self-harm, harming others What is the opposite … Continue reading Thoughts: Ego
Recently, I heard this unforgettable quote from Neale Donald Walsch in his book Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 1) . “Every action taken by human beings is based on Love or Fear.Decisions affecting business, industry, politics, religion, the education of your young, the social agenda of your nations, the economic goals of your … Continue reading Will You Choose Love or Fear?