The holistic approach


Holistic aims to achieve the individual well-being of the subject. To do this, it is important to fully understand the causes of malaise, to root out the roots of evil in any form, mental or physical, for this purpose, various techniques are used that do not exclude the creativity and participation dimension of both the subject and his body .

Yes, because fundamental to the holistic approach is the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Almost always, the holistic approach is limited to providing the subject with the necessary settings to regain the healer innate abilities. Holistic approach and traditional methodologies The holistic approach cannot be viewed as exclusive and distant from the methodology of traditional or “scientific” medicine interventions.

Primarily because the holistic approach is not fully therapeutic, that is, it is not limited to treatment. There is also an important dimension of prevention and an equally important element of protection and improvement of health. Often, traditional medicine, by exporting the physical component of the disease, ignores the “metaphysical” component of discomfort.

Since holism in medicine represents a “global” state of health, the unification of mind, body, environment and society, the search for health is directed at the person, not the disease, the cause rather than the symptom, the system rather than the organ, and rather the recovery balance than treatment. Similarly, however, a holistic consultant in the case of a disease requiring the help of a doctor cannot limit himself to his work, but must encourage the patient to conduct the necessary tests.