Illness And Disease
Lifestyle diseases (the way we live)
Lifestyle diseases account for 80% of all major chronic illness and disease. Is it possible there is a way to live that keeps us fit and healthy?
Living with connection
If we only focus on the physical body we are missing a key ingredient in what it takes to be truly vital and well.
To heal is not the same as cure
Healing is not the same as a cure. Do we want a cure, or do we seek to go deeper to the root of the problem, or, have we given up on healing?
What if we see people instead of numbers when we look at cancer statistics?
UK cancer talk week – Serge Benhayon lays tribute to the UK and how they make available statistics about what is really going on.
Symptom relief or healing?
Do we seek symptom relief or healing, and is there a difference?
Function, harmony and health
We are told that to be healthy we need to achieve a level of physical fitness, but even super-fit athletes get sick, so why are we placing value on our physical condition ahead of the quality and harmony that is needed to support our body?
Why can’t we say ‘healing’ in conventional medicine?
Healing is something natural and innate, so why don’t doctors like or trust the word healing? Has the word ‘healing’ been bastardised?
I have a disease – can I feel well?
When you have a disease, can you feel ‘well’ or do you have to feel ‘sick’?
Is disease just physical?
Have you ever wondered whether there was more to disease than just your physical body? Read on to find out.
Why don’t I feel well? Is illness or disease just a random event?
Why don’t we feel well? Is it random, or a curse, or is it a result of something we have done, and if so, do we have the power to change the way that we feel?