One of the main failings of traditional medicine is its complete disregard of the need for emotional healing and health when treating physical illnesses. Ancient medicine always takes into account the whole body—not just the flesh, bones and blood. This is why most medicine that’s considered “alternative” stresses emotional healing and well-being right along with good physical health practices.
Alternative therapies follow the principle that every part of life and health are connected. The state of the mind and the emotions has everything to do with the state of the physical body. And to cause good health in the physical body, the mind and emotions have to be healthy, too. Traditional medicine sees a physical problem and prescribes a pill or procedure. Alternative medicine considers the true root cause of the problem and is less interested in simply treating a symptom—it aims to cure the problem from the bottom up, inside and out.
Concepts like chi, chakras and the Human Assemblage Point take into consideration that the body and mind are connected in a way that makes it easy for one to affect the other. Someone who has negative thoughts and bad feelings about something can actually cause poor health, and poor health in a certain area can cause mental and emotional upsets in the related areas.
The necessity of emotional healing, while rarely acknowledged in traditional medicine, is embraced in alternative therapies, which is why many people who exhaust their options with doctors and hospitals turn to alternative therapies for healing. The Human Assemblage Point is one avenue for people who are looking to affect their long-term physical and emotional healing, because this point is believed to affect all of the body’s processes either positively or negatively depending on its location. Moving the point back into its proper alignment by using crystals can reverse and ease chronic physical problems as well as mental and emotional disturbances.
Chi and chakras operate on similar principles, and in fact they’re all connected and related. Someone with a blocked chakra might find problems in that physical area as well as the emotional areas related to it, such as someone with a blocked throat chakra having a sore throat or laryngitis and also having difficulties with self-expression. Emotional healing in this area can also cause physical change, and may, in fact, be necessary for long term physical healing, as well.
Further study of the Assemblage Point, chakras, chi and Eastern medicines will show the importance of emotional healing in achieving any true measure of physical health.