Good medicine is more than the medical or healthcare system, seeing a great doctor or physician, taking a prescription, having surgery or getting treatment for your body.

  • Good medicine is about how we live
  • The choices we make
  • And how we take care of ourselves ... every day

Good medicine is about making choices to live in a way that looks after your body physically, emotionally and mentally.

Good Medicine includes choosing to:

  • Go to bed early and rise early
  • Eat foods that agree with your digestion
  • Remove foods that make you feel bloated, uncomfortable, sluggish, tired, shaky or revved up
  • Remove drinks that affect how you feel, for example: coffee, alcohol, energy drinks or soft drinks
  • Be caring and gentle with your body
  • Be loving and honest with yourself
  • Have supportive and healthy relationships
  • Deal with your issues and emotional patterns
  • Ask for help and support when you need it
  • Have healing sessions
  • Meditate
  • Be present and connected with yourself and the task at hand
  • Exercise in a way that is supportive of your body

Good medicine is about You caring for You in every moment of every day by making choices that allow you and your body to be vital, healthy and harmonious.

It is about you living your life so that it becomes the medicine that keeps your body healthy on every level.

"The best form of healing is to choose a loving way to live."

Serge Benhayon Esoteric Teachings and Revelations, p 600

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The Body is the Marker of Truth Gentle Breath Meditation

Developing the body as a marker of truth with this meditation gives you a powerful reference for being able to say no to using stress and nervous energy to achieve.

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  • By Dr Rachel Hall, Dentist

    Dentist, business owner, writer, author and presenter. Family woman, guitarist, photographer, passionate about health, wellbeing and community. Lover of Vietnamese food, fast cars, social media, café culture and people.

  • Photography: Clayton Lloyd