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Demystifying Holistic Health Care

Holistic health practitioners look beyond the scope of Western medicine to offer protocols for multidimensional aspects of health and wellness. Holistic Health Care addresses the whole person: mental, emotional, physical, cellular, social, intellectual, and spiritual simultaneously. In this blog, I will demystify Holistic Health Care and the benefits holistic health care offers.

Your thoughts, feelings, words, and actions are forms of energy. What you think, say, feel, and do in each moment; comes back to you to create your reality. Thus, your beliefs create your reality. Energy moves in a circle, so what goes around comes around – Karma. The combined thoughts, feelings, words, and actions of everyone on the planet creates the collective consciousness, it creates the world you experience.

“Every choice we make, every thought and feeling we have is an act of power that has biological, environmental, social, personal and global consequences.” -Caroline Myss

What is Holistic Health Care?

So what is holistic health care? “Holistic Health Care is a comprehensive approach that combines all aspects of a person’s health,” says Jennifer Bennet, ND, LAc, a naturopathic doctor and professor at Bastyr University in Seattle. “It includes mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. It takes into consideration the roles that diet, lifestyle, sleep, environmental exposures impact all aspects of health. It also combines all of the areas of the body as a whole and a complete system working as one, instead of singling out individual organ systems and just focusing on those.”

Metaphysical Transformation / Transmuting

Metaphysical transformation/transmuting is defined as the direct interaction between one individual (the practitioner) and the individual who presents a set of symptoms with the intention of transforming/transmuting the cause of the symptom(s) and bringing about wholeness to the person’s mental, emotional, physical and cellular health. Metaphysical transforming/transmuting has been practiced by many cultures—Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Asian Countries, Europe, Native American, South America. [1]

How Can a Holistic Health Care Practitioner Help?

Holistic Health Care practitioners empower you with the education and motivation to make better choices. Rather than suggesting a long list of lifestyle changes, they include you in the conversation and help you determine which changes would make the greatest impact for your multidimensional health care. They help you set wellness goals and then provide you with resources — whether that’s a personalized plan or a referral to a holistic health care specialist.

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Types of Holistic Care

A Holistic Health Care Practitioner can help in many ways, including providing the following types of holistic care:

Deep Transformation Hypnosis

Deep transformation hypnosis is a type of holistic health care that seeks to help people achieve significant, long-lasting change, or transformation, in all areas of their lives.


Naturopathy is a type of holistic care that uses natural remedies to help your body heal itself.


Homeopathy is a holistic health system that believes your body has the ability to cure itself. Practitioners use small amounts of natural plants and minerals to stimulate the healing process.

Dietary and Herbal Supplements

Dietary and herbal supplements are products that are created from plants, their oils, roots, berries, flowers, seeds, and other parts. These have been used for many centuries because of their healing properties.

Nutrition/Healthy food pan based on Blood type

The idea behind eating based on your blood type is to trim down and get healthier and that there are certain foods you should eat based on your blood type.


The benefits of exercising are massive across many areas of your life.


Acupuncture is a holistic health care practice that brings energy flow back into proper balance. It has been used effectively for thousands of years for a broad spectrum of issues and conditions.


Ayurveda is a holistic health style that originated in India thousands of years ago. Ayurveda is based on the idea that disease occurs when an imbalance or a stress happens in a person’s consciousness. Ayurveda encourages lifestyle changes and natural remedies to balance your mind, body, spirit, and the surrounding environment.

Chinese or Oriental medicine

Chinese or Oriental medicine has been used for thousands of years. It utilizes psychological and physical approaches, such as tai chi, and acupuncture, as well as natural herbal supplements to address health problems.

B.E.S.T. Chiropractic

B.E.S.T. Chiropractic is a technique developed by Dr. M.T. Morter, Jr. as an energy-balancing procedure used to help reestablish the full healing potential your body is capable of.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is a holistic approach to healing a number of ailments including stress reduction, pain relief, better circulation, energy, alertness, lowering blood pressure, and improving your immune function.

Tai chi

The mind-body connect is extremely powerful. Tai Chi taps into that connection. Often known as “meditation in motion”, some are now calling it “medication in motion.”


Qigong is a mind-body-spirit practice that improves your mental and physical health. It can lower stress, anxiety, and depression, increase your focus, and even reduce your risk of certain chronic diseases.


Yoga is an ancient practice that fosters harmony in the mind, body, spirit, and surrounding environment. Yoga is a holistic health practice that can help boost your mood, ease body pain, improve heart health, help you sleep better, bring you more energy, and help you manage stress, anxiety, and depression.

Alternative Vs. Integrated Vs. Complementary Medicine Vs. Holistic Health

There is confusion about such terms as Alternative, Integrated, and Complementary medicine. The terms are often used interchangeably. Furthermore, confusion is understandable because in the U.S. pharmaceutical medicine has positioned itself as the best of health care by well-crafted commercials on TV and print ads. However, there is a difference.

You probably have heard of Alternative, Integrated or Complementary protocols that are sometimes used in conjunction with Western Medicine. For example, sometimes cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy also receive acupuncture treatments to help manage their symptoms. Or they might use hypnosis to be more comfortable during the rigorous chemotherapy or radiation treatments. In these cases, acupuncture or hypnosis is being used alongside chemotherapy. Conversely, if a cancer patient is using acupuncture as their primary treatment and choosing not to receive chemotherapy, therefore it is a Holistic Health Care protocol. However, acupuncture would seldom be the only Holistic Health Care protocol that will create complete recovery. In addition to acupuncture, the person needs to discover the mental, emotional and physical cause of his/her cancer, process the cause, and release it. The process of releasing the cause ends the symptoms labeled as a disease, disorder, or mental illness. The reality is, when Holistic Health Care is combined with Western Medicine, Western medicine hijacks the entire immune system and the eight senses of the person, therefore, Holistic Health Care is rendered ineffective.

Alternative Medicine

Alternative medicine came into being in 1765 when the first medical school in the United States opened at the College of Philadelphia by John Morgan and William Shippen Jr. This has grown into the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. Harvard Medical School opened in 1782. The American Medical Association was formed in 1847. Think about how many millions of people lived and thrived before 1765.

Integrated & Complementary Medicine

The terms Integrated or Complementary protocols were devised by the Western Medical Constabulary in the 1970s and 1980s to retain or bring people back to the traditional west medicine fold. Thereby, retaining the larger share of medical dollars spent on healthcare in the U.S.  “Here is a prescription for…..if that doesn’t work there are other pills that can be added.  See you in two weeks.”

Mental Health is highly driven and  influenced by Traditional Western Medicine

Based on the medical model the beginning of psychiatry as a medical specialty is dated to the middle of the nineteenth century. [8] Oswald Schmiedeberg (1838–1921) is generally recognized as the founder of modern pharmacology. The son of a Latvian forester, Schmiedeberg obtained his medical doctorate in 1866 with a thesis on the measurement of chloroform in blood. He worked at Dorpat under Buchheim, succeeding him in 1869.[9]

How the United States Compares

Here are some facts about where the United States stands among the world in providing health care:

  • There are 195 countries in the world today, including 3rd world countries.
  • The U.S. Western Medical system ranks 37th in the world for efficiency and effectiveness in spite of sending more per capita on medical interventions than other countries.  ~ World Health Organization (WHO) 2000.
  • The U.S. ranked a distant 11th place in health care effectiveness and effectiveness when measured against the top 11 economic ranking countries in the world.

Holistic Health and Wellness

Holistic health and wellness principles have been used for thousands of years around the world. Here are a few examples:

  • Acupuncture and Chinese herbal remedies date back at least 2,200 years, although the earliest known written record of Chinese medicine (TCM) is the Huángdì Nèijīng (The Yellow Emperor’s Inner Classic) from the 3rd century BCE. That opus provided the theoretical concepts for TCM that remain the basis of its practice today.
  • India is known for its traditional medicinal systems—Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani. These medicinal systems are mentioned in the ancient Vedas and other scriptures. The Ayurvedic concept appeared and developed between 2500 and 500 BC in India.
  • There are protocols and transforming/transmuting practices that have stood the test of time for more than twelve thousand (12,000) years vs 200+ years of psychiatry and pharmacological concoctions, which are a favorite mainstay of U.S. mental and physical health care.[7]

Metaphysical transformation/transmuting is defined as the direct interaction between one individual (the practitioner) and the individual who presents a set of symptoms with the intention of transforming/transmuting the cause of the symptom(s) and bringing about wholeness to the person’s mental, emotional, physical and cellular health. Metaphysical transforming/transmuting has been practiced by many cultures—Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Asian Countries, Europe, Native American, South America. [7]

Holistic Care Benefits

In this next section, we will review some holistic care benefit examples for various ailments or conditions you may face.

1. Strengthening Your Body’s Defense

You Can Strengthen Your Body’s Defense And Root Out Hidden Infections, Inflammation, Distress, and Pain. These protocols have stood the test of time since humans existed.  Holistic care can strengthen your body’s defense by:

  • Scientifically proven Deep Hypnosis Transformation with Holistic protocols strengthen your immune system to keep viruses and all symptoms at bay.
  • Teaching the little-known intelligence of pathogens — and how to outsmart them.
  • Teaching the “quiet peril” of molds and mycotoxins that can infiltrate your home — and how to test for and eliminate them
  • Introducing helpful viruses (no joke!) and bacteria that nourish and protect them
  • Teaching the one thing that most people have forgotten to do to boost overall wellness and fend off symptoms. 

2. Healing Emotional and Physical Trauma

With Hypnosis you can rewire your brain and reclaim happiness, clarity, and balance after experiencing stress, tragedy, and trauma that are labeled a disease, disorder, mental illness, and the A to Z physical diagnoses.

3. Healing Emotionally, Mentally, Physically, and Spiritually

With holistic healing, you can:

  • Transform, transmute, and eliminate all diagnoses from A to Z.
  • Express emotions that are hidden or blocked.
  • Reverse physical trauma in professional athletes and others.
  • Learn whether your brain and body are/were traumatized

Choosing Your Health Care

Health care freedom is your right to choose and access the treatment options you deem best for your well-being.

Because human health is driven by your mental and emotional experiences since inception, the first line of health maintenance is Mental and Emotional health and well-being. First and foremost your body was designed to maintain health provided it receives an adequate quotient of mental, emotional, and physical sustenance. This fact is becoming better known in the U.S. in the past 40 years. However, it is slow to be accepted by the masses, because the medical constabulary indoctrinates and conditions people to believe that chemical concoctions in a bottle or syringe are the answer for prevention for everything from A to Z.

Get Holistic Mental/ Emotional Therapy

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“The Power of Indoctrinated and Conditioned Willful Ignorance Cannot Be Overstated”


  1. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Avoidable Mortality: OECD/Eurostat Lists of Preventable and Treatable Causes of Death (November 2019 version).
  2. Eric C. Schneider et al., Mirror, Mirror 2017: International Comparison Reflects Flaws and Opportunities for Better U.S. Health Care (Commonwealth Fund, July 2017). Members of the 2021 advisory panel include: Marc Elliott, M.A., Ph.D., Distinguished Chair in Statistics and Senior Principal Researcher, RAND Corporation; Niek Klazinga, M.D., Ph.D., Head of the Health Care Quality Indicators (HCQI) Project,
  3. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Health Division; Jennifer Nuzzo, Dr.P.H., Senior Scholar, Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security; Irene Papanicolas, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Health Economics, Department of Health Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science.
  4. Michelle M. Doty et al., “Income-Related Inequalities in Affordability and Access to Primary Care in Eleven High-Income Countries: 2020 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey,” Health Affairs 40, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 2021): 113–20.
  5. Michelle M. Doty et al., “Primary Care Physicians’ Role in Coordinating Medical and Health-Related Social Needs in Eleven Countries: Results from a 2019 Survey of Primary Care Physicians in Eleven High-Income Countries About Their Ability to Coordinate Patients’ Medical Care and with Social Service Providers,” Health Affairs 39, no. 1 (Jan. 1, 2020): 115–23.
  6. Robin Osborn et al., “Older Americans Were Sicker and Faced More Financial Barriers to Health Care Than Counterparts in Other Countries,” Health Affairs 36, no. 12 (Dec. 1, 2017): 2123–32.
  7. Ancient Healings | Spiritual Healings
  8. A brief history of psychiatry — Steven P Reidbord MD
  9. A brief history of pharmacology
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer
Author: Dorothy M. Neddermeyer

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, P.H.D. Metaphysician, Certified Deep Hypnosis Practitioner, and Past Life Regression. An International Best Selling Author she is a recognized authority on bridging Science and Human Potential. Dr. Dorothy is passionate about assisting people to create health in Mind, Body, and Spirit.

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