Healing Energy | Weekly Newsletter | Boca Raton 06/01/18 | Vol. I, #13
Dear friends of Therasage,
“In our last post, we discussed the importance of awareness and education. Now, it’s time to continue our reflections on the mission of Therasage by considering the importance of the definition of variables and the selection of tools.
We understand the difficulties posed by many chronic health challenges and the general infectiveness of Western medicine to deal with them. However, even the best integrative or functional medicine protocol has its inherent limitations. The lab work and double-blind studies upon which they are founded are presumably solid, and we certainly want to believe in the good intentions of those who conduct them and go on to formulate treatment plans.
Lost in Translation
However, even the best protocol is one thing on paper and another in practice. Unfortunately, execution is where things get lost in translation. A protocol in theory is one thing; it’s entirely another thing once put in practice on a living human being with unique needs and responsive potentials.
The Cattle Effect
So, the only problem with most protocols is that they get wrongly applied, especially with regard to treatment time and dosage.
There is a singular reason for this improper application: namely we live in a world of homogeneization. A particular challenge of modern times is what we like to call ‘the cattle effect.’ We get treated all the same. However, the truth is that each one of us is unique and very special, irrepeatable, actually. So, results can be optimal or merely mediocre, and homogeneization breeds mediocrity.”