Long-term and | or severe sicknesses, operations or accidents exhaust our energies. The restoration of our well-being often takes longer than expected and the bodily and emotional balance is often not achieved easily. Sometimes life does not return to how it was ‘before’, and the handling of these changes has to be relearned.
In these situations, it is helpful to support the self-corrective powers. In order to better deal with the new situation, it is helpful to shed light on the events and to reach the joy of living again.
The patient needs to heal himself after the disease has been cured. John E. Upledger