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The Beauty of Disease

April 9, 2011

Nutrition, the science, is the study of the biochemical impact food has on the human body. The beauty and art of my profession as a nutritionist, is to identify what it will take to support an optimal running body. The human body’s biochemical needs at it’s most basic level do not differ.  All are essentially anatomically identical.  What does differ is the soul.

The soul or emotional body greatly impact the biochemistry of the human body. The science part just discussed, is static and linear, as science by definition is just that. The real art of healing involves understanding the soul in order to master optimal health.The soul is the intangible, nonlinear part of who we are. I believe this part has a more profound impact on one’s health than the physical diet.

Illness is the presence of disease. Disease is a dis-ease of energy. This means there is either too much or too little energy in the body. I see our illnesses as an opportunity to better our lives. Disease manifests from being in a state that is misaligned with our true SELF.  If a symptom arises, most assume they are medicine deficient. But there was never medicine in their body before when they felt good! The symptom is an undesirable outcome due to a misalignment with the truth of who they really are!

It is wise to thank the symptom for letting one know that the current thought system is mis-creating, mis-aligned or delusional. It is a warning like a smoke alarm. An example is a headache. If every time you get a headache at your job and not on the weekends-listen to the headache don’t just pop a pill day after day. Maybe you need an attitude adjustment or a resume update. Tylenol will not fulfill your destiny. It will not make you a better person. It will not teach you a life lesson. It will not give you an opportunity to evolve spiritually.  See your illness, no matter what it is, as your soul speaking to you. Your soul is interested in eternal things. It is there to guide you to your best YOU.

Rebecca Karchere, MS

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 14, 2011 10:00 am

    Good points

  2. January 3, 2012 9:49 pm

    Right on, Rebecca. 🙂

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