The Integrative Three-Unified Model Of Healing
From my point of view, Medicine and The Three Unified Model are very important area of research today. To begin with, majority of us are glorified with the gift of sight. However, we all have psychological unsighted iota that we demand to adjudicate. Each of us could see a “Seeing Black Eye Dog” on an action.
Meanwhile, we perform from our constrained vantage points. Which are – if they go unchallenged, become obstructions on our pathways to self-actualisation. Our immense blind iotas influence: how we choose to look at things, what we chose to tell ourselves, or what we decide to believe. For instance, we deteriorate the death of a dream or suffer a loos. Then, we confess the understanding to grow into the cause of our sorrow. As a result, we are powerless to completely change along the life-path. In addition, we acquiesce ourselves to be exploited by our illness. Moreover, we consent our grief to outdistance us, depriving us of the joy and gratification. Thus, we are all, to some intensity, stumbled up by our own blind iotas. What do we love to see? How do we love to perceive ourselves and our phenomenology in the universe? What questions do we love ourselves to challenge? How much do we acquiesce ourselves to advance? Unfortunately, we live in an rudimentary and painful word. To breath this earthly life is to experience death, grief, loss, failure, fear, disappointment, abandonment, and even despair. Life can be inhuman and inexorable. There are no assurances. Thus, how are we to arm this enormous and astounding functions of living? And still keep a song under our heart? As we sit on the ground, how are we to acquire any solace? How can we acquire ultimate meaning in the pain, ultimate growth in the loss, and ultimate hope in a place of despondency? Being in psychology field, I have come to understand, beyond a shadow of a doubt. I understand how well you live is ultimately a reflection of how you embrace yourself at your life in all its complexity.
Possibly, you recognise the allusion to Hamlet’s soliloquy in the preceding section’s title. “To See or Not to See” cites to the line “To be or not to be” in Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Hamlet used those words to contemplate life and death. Importantly, I have advanced The Three Unified Model. The model represents the approach to life, wellness, and healing. The Three Unified stands for an equally critical complex of the whole. The unified are mind, body, and spirit. Furthermore, for us, the prime is not only if we love to live, but how fully we love to live. Our gratification associates embracing an approach that desegregate the mind, body and spirit in one logical, cohesive model. Therefore, without thought to each of these condition of life, the human being will likely to remain in illness.
Podkrajac, V. (2017). An integrative model of healing. Mind Body Spirit World. Retrieved December 12, 2017, from http://www.mindbodyspiritworld.com/2017/07/16/medicine.html.