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healing ways


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Multilevel Healing Embracing All Dimensions


of Well-Being by Linda Sechrist


Improve your Fitness and Health Today!


Judy Liu is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance, a RRCA


Certifi ed Running Coach, an American Council on Exercise (ACE) Certifi ed Fitness Instructor and Integrated Health Coach. She offers several group and private sessions at different studios in Cary.


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r. Wayne Jonas’ curiosity was piqued aſter hearing stories of patients that have experienced


healing from chronic illnesses or reclaimed well-being without following conventional medical advice. So he focused on research- ing dimensions of healing that Western medical schools never taught him. Te re- wards were radical discoveries: whole system science exploring the web of connections within the body; the need to acknowledge an individual’s core multi-dimensions—body/ external, behavior/lifestyle, social/emotional and spiritual/mental—and what’s needed to unlock each person’s inherent capacity for health and healing. Te author ofHow Healing Works: Get


Well and Stay Well Using Your Hidden Pow- er to Heal, Jonas concludes, “Only 20 per- cent of healing comes from the treatment agent the doctor applies. A full 80 percent of the healing potential, which lies dormant in everyone, comes from constructing a meaningful treatment response unique to you. Tis is internal, highly personal and uses simple principles and components.” During his 40-year career, Jonas was


able to observe multi-level healings with patients, as well as through other pro- fessional roles. He’s served as director of the Office of Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health, a research scientist at the World Health Organization, CEO and president of the former Samueli Institute and director of the medical research fellowship at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research. Applying whole system science, Jonas


developed the view of a patient as a verita- ble ecosystem. “We are more like a garden to be cultivated than a car to be fixed. Healing emerges when we support and strengthen the connections within us— body, behavior, social and spirit—making us more whole,” says Jonas. His broader approach for healing now includes the impacts of beauty, order, an optimal healing environment, connecting with nature, elements that induce an individ- ual’s greatest meaning response, nour- ishment of the spiritual self, making time for joy, the roles of love and the physical presence of loved ones and a supportive social network, as well as the energetic


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