I once had someone tell me, “I can’t move. I have too much stuff.”
He and his wife had lived in their home for decades.
It reminds me of people who say, “I can’t go the natural way. My doctor says I have to be on the medication for the rest of my life.
Yes, some people truly do need to take certain medications for the rest of their lives but for many, there are natural and holistic alternatives.
19 years ago, I had a doctor say that to me about thyroid medication. I laughed and said, “You work on the thyroid, I’ll work on curing the underlying problem and get off of it.” I was off the stuff within four months and have never needed it since.
I went to a woman at a health food place who regularly consulted with a holistic doctor. She had one of the machines that Dr. Clark refers to in her book The Cure for All Diseases. She diagnosed me with low adrenal function, put me on a regimen of adrenal bovine and other natural therapies and voila!
That was small beans compared to what I had to do to cure myself of EMF Sensitivity and Rheumatic Arthritis.
Same exact root cause and same exact steps to cure both.
A Monumental Shift. Choosing to address health problems naturally and holistically is the equivalent of cleaning out and organizing your home.
First, and most importantly, you have to decide to do it.
You need to start out small or you’ll end up overwhelmed. In the case of the house, let’s say you start with a kitchen drawer. Then you might finish all the drawers. Then you take on the cupboards.
Once one room is finished, you can tackle the next, and the next. Afterward, you have some choices to make.
The choice people all too often make is the most harmful. “Oh my god, it all looks so bare! What am I going to do with all this space? I need to hurry and get more stuff to put in here!”
In other words, you go back to old habits that got you into trouble in the first place.
If you are not great at staying motivated or knowing what to do, I suggest you hire a professional.
Just like with organizing your home.
Choices Choices. You could repaint the place, upgrade a few things, or perhaps decide to move in order to downsize.
This would fall into the simplify your life category.
You might decide you don’t need some of the stuff in your house.
This might be realizing you have some toxic situations in your life which could include a job and/or people and/or other situations. By the way, this likely played into how you ended up sick in the first place. The stuff just sort of piles up over time and the next thing you know – trouble.
The Only Way Out Is Through. There is no holistic quick fix.
There isn’t one with the pharmaceutical/surgical approach either.
Taking pills to mask symptoms is like shutting the door to a room or closet filled with junk.
The underlying problem doesn’t go away just because you can’t see it.
Going the holistic way is a commitment to yourself; one I think is worthwhile.
But it is not for everyone. You truly have to buy into the philosophy of it.
You have to be willing to do the work.
The rewards are many!
I was never a patient of Dr. Rosella. He helped me heal indirectly.
As far as I am aware, Marty and her wonderful machine have long since moved on.