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Harley St Integrated Healing


Harley St Integrated Healing

Integrated Healing

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n 2005 in The Biology of Belief, cell biologist Dr Bruce Lipton presented evidence that the human body is not controlled by genes and DNA alone but also by the environment. Epigenetics shows the switches that activate our genes include signals from outside the cell, such as thoughts and emotions. What this means is that our health and well-being is affected by positive and negative thoughts, the environment and our nutrition, as much as our DNA.

Integrated Healing is an approach to healthcare that helps to support and encourage the body’s own natural healing abilities to restore health and vitality. It encourages the transformation of negative patterns of belief which do not support the blueprint for well being. Whether a person’s symptoms express in the body’s tissue or as a heavy negative charge accompanying a painful memory or event, the goal is a balanced and sustainable healing with the active participation of the patient in their own recovery.


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STRESS

ersistent stress leads to a body flooded with high levels of hormones which have nowhere to go. The result is a wide variety of physical symptoms such as muscle tension, dizziness, rapid heartbeat, headaches, insomnia, backache, asthma, diabetes.

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depleted immune system. Learning to recognise, understand and manage stress is therefore vital to our health and happiness. The methods to cope with it are numerous: meditation, relaxation techniques, deep breathing are some of them.

When we fight environmental threats, these hormones may be used up. With a flight response they remain in the body for a longer time.

Our approach utilises natural energy to induce the relaxation response (slowing the heart rate) to increase gland activity and relax muscles. The outcome is to reduce the stress hormones and restore the body’s natural ability to heal itself, leading to a stronger immune system and a calmer, happier you.

There may also be psychological problems such as anxiety and depression. Perhaps the greatest impact on the body, however, is a


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Reiki Healing

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he Japanese word Reiki can be translated as “Universal or spiritual guided force�. In an Integrated healing therapy, Reiki is used to regain harmony and wholeness. It addresses the person in totality: physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. Reiki is a form of treatment that flows to the areas where the person needs it most. It soothes pain, restores natural balance and reinforces the body’s ability to heal. Reiki can benefit anyone and

works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to promote physical and/or mental recovery. Reiki is a way to activate, direct and apply natural energy for health, balance and wholeness. Often used for stress and relaxation, it helps to restore the vital energy lost in everyday life. Research has shown Reiki Healing to be effective in reducing blood pressure and the variety of benefits associated with the activation of the parasympathetic nervous system.


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Rose’s Approach

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.I.Gurdjieff believed that our fragmented self, the feeling that part of our personal jigsaw is missing, is at the heart of our modern day malaise. It is this which prevents us from living a happier and more contented life.

The more a man understands what he is doing, the greater will be the results of his efforts. G.I.Gurdjieff

Trying to forget about our issues or refusing to face them does not make them disappear. On the contrary, these will linger inside and may damage us more over time. Due to the interconnection between our mind, body and emotions, what often started as a psychological tension may become a physical symptom. This approach is particularly suited for those who recognize the need

for inner growth and a fuller life. It requires a unique and specific approach geared to the particular needs of the person at the time of consultation. The conflicted self may shift between wishing to solve the problem and avoiding it. That is why the first step is to make a precise assessment of the person’s inner picture. Once the issue has been pinpointed, the path to its resolution is more clearly defined, lifting the veil that obscures its causes. The result of this work is rapid selfacceptance and integration, a sense of well being and harmony that fosters a new inner plenitude and a reconnection with the strength that lies within us.


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Simon’s Approach

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ach person’s body, like their fingerprint is unique, and carries within it the memory of every experience that has ever happened to it. Some of these experiences have been shut away from conscious memory, perhaps because they are too painful to recall. Our bodies keep these memories stored and over time creating blocks or barriers to the free flow of life force which circulates through us to sustain our well-being. We are all aware of our physical bodies, but perhaps not so aware of our ‘subtle’ anatomy, sometimes

referred to as the auric field. It is here that we register thoughts and feelings, which then in turn impact on our physical body and can ultimately create disharmony or disease. Being in a more relaxed state, the body will then ‘speak’ its mind, allowing the healing energy to pinpoint the area where imbalances and stagnant energy manifest as pain or dis-ease. Combining psychotherapy with healing in this way encourages release of the negative patterns and beliefs which are obstacles to health and happiness.



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