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05
2019

Holistic Therapy: The Path to a Happier Life

By Jap Hari Kaur

In this era in which every day we see how our schemes are broken, institutions lose credibility and systems become obsolete, we tend to think that our life is a chaos. Many of our habits, ideologies and thoughts make us feel out of place, make us feel sick and for many, life is just a routine. We do not find satisfactions, there are no clear objectives and we believe that happiness and love are utopian themes.
For others, our values ​​are hypocritical, violence and fear increasingly take over on a personal level. Society lives in a state of alert where Peace is affected at all levels.
Unfortunately, due to all this, mental related illness and emotional issues are more frequent. The nervous system is affected, we act without control and react from sensations and feelings such as anger, hatred, sadness, disappointment, resentment, jealousy, and sometimes fear takes over us. The commotion leads us to a state of discouragement and depression that little by little are undermining our health and well-being. This is the beginning of conflicts that over time become diseases and addictions in general. We begin to feel in a dead end, where panic attacks can lead us to the idea of ​​suicide and chronic and even terminal illnesses.

For thousands of years, yogis in India have experienced postures and meditations that are not only very useful, but in this case, the solution. This practice is the cure. The holistic therapy offered at Abhaya Holistic Center contains all the elements to heal us and get us out of this state of confusion and anguish. Stress and disease no longer seem like endless suffering. We first start by recognizing what happens inside our being, accepting it to be aware and to act on it. Looking at this not from the “Why” but from the “What for”. We modify our perception to know the “What for”.

Holistic Therapy treats the individual as a whole: mind, body and spirit; and not as a sick person. One of the things that differentiates Abhaya’s Holistic Therapy from others is the use of Gong sound. This vibration penetrates to very deep levels and has the capacity to restructure organs and systems. The brain receives a new stream of chemical substances modifying the blood chemistry and regulating the functions of the internal organs. Expands the ability to maintain a focused mind and clear thoughts. Emotions and feelings as well as sensations are recognized and understood; so acceptance and change are consequence. Our immune system is strengthened.
The tools that Kundalini Yoga offers us in holistic therapy are many. We act on the mind using the reasoning of thought, meditating. This means to silence the mind so that the subconscious and the superconscious connect to give us expansion and power over our own actions and resolutions. It opens the opportunity to recognize within, the power to change our thoughts, our lives. Improving our life day by day.
Being happy is your right, but nobody apart from you was born to make you happy, even if that person wanted to. Each one of us is responsible for our own life, for our own actions. The capacity is in you and you can heal yourself.

Sat Nam

author: Jap Hari Kaur

-Hi there, I’m Sara and this is my ‘ - Sara is a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and nutritionist with a major in human development and a minor in psychotherapy from Mexico. She currently lives in Miami and loves to help people in bettering their lives. She believes in living a comfortable life with a fresh mind, healthy body, and a spiritual outlook on life. Focusing on Kundalini Yoga, hymnologies, and a healing technique by the name of Satnam Rasayan. All in the name of developing conscious, happy, healthy, and holy people. For more information contact sara_good1@hotmail.com