Holistic Health Management

Behaviour Ailment Intervention

Non communicable diseases constitute more than 70 percent of the ailments and in present times have taken endemic proportions. India for instance is the diabetes capital of the world with one out of four found vulnerable; high blood pressure, hypertension, cardiac problems, back problems and cancer have become common.

The present medical system responds to treating patients once they have got the ailment, but do not give much importance to come up with a systematic preventive system. With the result Diabetes centres are mushrooming everywhere, as the medical industry gears itself to respond to treating patients affected by behaviour related diseases, which is justifiable, however when is intervention going to be advanced to contain this?

Now, most of these life-style ailments are caused by imbalance in the human energy flow between spirit-mind-body and much of this caused by ‘chronic mild stress’; fuelled by present day materialistic attitude towards life. Due to the high intensity promotion of consumerism and conspicuous consumerist products such as luxury brands, people become vulnerable to this and without their knowledge, on a subconscious level they live in a state of ‘constant consumerist competition’ that causes discontent and fragmentation resulting in ‘chronic mild stress’. Over a period this affects the immune system and the functioning of organs causing the onset of diseases.

The health care system which is hospital based does not give the due focus towards primary intervention with regard to behaviour related diseases. Thus a huge need presents itself for wellbeing service providers to fill this void with effective intervention.

Non-communicable diseases are mostly psychosomatic in their origin and existence and therefore cannot be effectively addressed with medicines and therapies alone; deeper intervention involving body-mind-spirit is essential for lasting healing.

Considering the prevalence of behaviour related ailments it has therefore become imperative to look at intervention with a holistic approach that can be offered as a Strategic Sustainability Skill’ to all citizens, especially the children (who are becoming vulnerable at an early stage in life in these times) to immunize them from behaviour related diseases.

Primarily a ‘spirit-mind-body’, triune being understanding of the human body is essential. Instead of the ‘machine’ like analogy that is mostly prevalent, with a specialist for each organ / body component, body-system and so on. Whereas, most time the spirit-mind-body energy flow disruption due to ‘fragmentation’ of the person is a prime reason. Unknown to most people, ‘the spirit’ of the individual in terms of ‘positive influencing’ or ‘negative influencing’ of the mind is crucial in achieving developing and harnessing positive energy that is essential for the overall wellbeing of the person.

All of these get addressed through ‘Holistic Health Management Accredited Practitioner Certification Program’ from People Planet Institute, that focuses on nurturing harmony and synergy in the interplay of spirit-mind-body the three primary entities of human beings. Pragmatic methodology is provided to develop a positive attitude with vision and mission and purpose fulfilment, coupled with balanced diet and an active way of life to achieve holistic wellbeing that needs to fostered and put to practice for best results through fellowship with likeminded co-sojourners in this life.

“Body, mind, and spirit are not separate parts. Instead they are more like lenses, or ways of focusing. The awareness of oneness, and the peace it brings, can be nurtured by anyone who is interested.”
― Marcey Shapiro, Freedom From Anxiety: A Holistic Approach to Emotional Well-Being

Optimal functioning of the immune system, it turns out, is dependent upon feeling good.”
― Marcey Shapiro, Freedom From Anxiety: A Holistic Approach to Emotional Well-Being

"Health is the proper relationship between microcosm, which is man, and the macrocosm, which is the universe. Dis-ease is a disruption of this relationship."~Dr. Yeshe Donden, physician to the Dalai Lama