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There are basically three types of mentalities and therefore three ways of  looking at anything. One looks at a concept in its entirety and sees the wholistic view. While the second type has to take everything apart into components try to understand it and then put it back again. In doing so they sometimes miss the big picture. The third type sees the individual component as if it were the whole and specialized in that single part these definitely miss the big picture.

My own training over the years was focused first on looking at things in its entirety then looking deeper into the components and working with the concepts as necessary. Hence, over the years I have integrated several modalities coming from Eastern and Oriental systems of Medicine as well as Western Therapies.

These modalities include CranioSacral Therapy, Zen-Shiatsu, Myofascial Release, Yoga, Meditation amongst the main one that I have practiced.

 

One might ask, which modality is good for me? 

It is not a question of which modality is good for me rather it is a question of the application of the modality and the individual use it. All healing modalities come under five categories.

1. Relating to touch, spanning from Massage to off-the-body work, to Surgery as relates to the body.

2. Relating to the sense of sight, such as Art Therapy, visualization exercises.

3. Relating to the sense of smell such as Aroma Therapy

4. Relating to the sense of hearing such as music therapy

5. Relating to the sense of taste such as food, supplements and drugs.

These are the five senses through which the various forms of therapies. one may hear of one form of therapy is better than the next and controversies develop. Individuals may claim that this modality did such incredible things for me and that this is the only way to go.

It is not about the modality rather the application of the therapy and how effective the therapist is in triggering the correct response or responses in the brain to help the body, or in the mind the to help the person.

It is best to use a multi-sensory approach. The individual realizes that it is they themselves are the healers and the therapists are only facilitators or guides. With a multi sensory approach one can go beyond the senses to the mind and there make the changes for better health.