Complete Healing through the laws of health.

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Lifestyle Counseling and Education


A true physician is an educator. He recognizes his responsibility, not only to the sick who are under his direct care, but also to the community in which he lives. He stands as a guardian of both physical and moral health. It is his endeavor not only to teach right methods for the treatment of the sick, but to encourage right habits of living, and to spread a knowledge of right principles.

Our health is affected by numberless factors – some obvious and some less than obvious – including the physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual and environmental domains. All overlap and interact with one another. A difficulty in any one of these domains is a signal that the body is in a state of imbalance or disharmony.

Managing the symptoms only masks the body’s effort to alert us to the trouble brewing ahead. If the cause is not examined, the body sends stronger messages and the underlying condition is aggravated.

The ideal treatment regimen involves listening to the body and caring for the whole person with a combination of physical, psychological, social, environmental and energetic approaches.

Education in health principles was never more needed than now. Many transgress the laws of health through ignorance, and they need instruction. The only hope of better things is in the education of the people in right principles. Let physicians teach the people that restorative power is not in drugs, but in nature. Disease is an effort of nature to free the system from conditions that result from a violation of the laws of health. In case of sickness, the cause should be ascertained. Unhealthful conditions should be changed, wrong habits corrected. Then nature is to be assisted in her effort to expel impurities and to re-establish right conditions in the system.

The Approach

Pure air, sunlight, abstemiousness, rest, exercise, proper diet, the use of water, trust in divine power—these are the true remedies. Every person should have a knowledge of nature’s remedial agencies and how to apply them. It is essential both to understand the principles involved in the treatment of the sick and to have a practical training that will enable one rightly to use this knowledge.

The use of natural remedies requires an amount of care and effort that many are not willing to give. Nature’s process of healing and upbuilding is gradual, and to the impatient it seems slow. The surrender of hurtful indulgences requires sacrifice. But in the end it will be found that nature, untrammeled, does her work wisely and well. Those who persevere in obedience to her laws will reap the reward in health of body and health of mind.

Healing is a process and not an event!