Adopting Natural Health Approaches - A Necessary Step Towards Taking Charge of Our Own Health
Natural health approaches are grounded in the philosophy which holds that, the human body has the capability of healing itself. In natural health, all healing is essentially self-healing, a basic property of all living beings. Unfortunately, the human generations of modernity have lost this inherent ability to live in harmony with nature and utilizing nature’s fundamentals that build and maintain health. Most if not all non-humans living organisms, however still preserved the ability to utilize nature’s fundamentals that build and maintain health. This explains the basis of survival and well-being of animals and other non-human organisms, living freely in their natural habitats. Therefore, in the case of humans, in particular of the modern generations, there is need to make every effort to learn, understand and employ natural health approaches as enablers of our ability to take control of our own health to achieve optimum health, vitality and wellness.
From personal experiences of fighting my own degenerative health problems, and searching for optimum health, vitality and wellness, I came to realize that, natural health approaches are better understood effortlessly from the natural hygiene literature (the philosophy, the principles and practice). One of my favorite point of reference is the study course material from, the Transformation Institute, School of Natural Hygiene (2000), which explains natural hygiene as a philosophy of life. Natural health messaging grounded in the natural hygiene philosophy,principles and practices, is a powerful knowledge-base tool which plays an enabling role in helping us take charge of our own health. Here is a classic example of natural health messaging through the natural hygiene philosophy, principles, and practices, as enablers of the process of taking charge of one’s own health, as perfectly laid down by the Transformation Institute, School of Natural Hygiene (2000).
Transformation Institute, School of Natural Hygiene (2000). Essential Natural Hygiene - Natural Hygiene Home Study Course