The body heals, despite ourselves not understanding


The good news for you today is you don’t have to understand what’s going on in order to heal.

There’s (a story) of a woman who is seeing a few psychologists, psychotherapists, and other people who’ve studied thinking and disease. After all those consultations, she ended up more confused than ever about what was happening to her own body.

The more we think about things, the more stories we have and the more understanding we have, (yet) sometimes the more confused we can get.

Actually, some of the best results I get in practice are with the little kids.

Sometimes, people bring their dogs and they respond really well. They’re certainly not trying to understand the pathophysiology of their disease.

The good news today is (and always remember) everything is connected.

If you like more information, call me on 0433 336 443 or there’s our email. I look forward to speaking to you about this.

Wholistic healing is natural - just let it happen

Hi! I’m Dr. Jessie from The Network Chiropractic Centre in Melbourne. I’m here to remind you to be your best self from the inside out.
Today, the good news is that wholistic healing is natural. Wholistic healing is the spiritual, social, emotional, and family constellation healing. These things all are your innate birthright, in my opinion.
You don’t have to take yourself away from your world and your life and take drastic measures in order to heal.
This healing focuses in you. It’s like a spark of light that is always aflame at one level or another. The more you can fan the flame, the more your body will thrive.
Listen deeply to yourself. The more you liberate that energy, the more you’ll choose the right food, the more you’ll choose the lovely relationships, the more you’ll choose to be your loveliest self within the relationships you have, the more you’ll bring your loveliest self in that spark of love into your conversations.
Remember, everything is connected. This is Dr. Jessie from The Network Chiropractic Centre and I am from McCrae. Please connect with me some way. Like me on Facebook. Call me. I look forward to seeing you. Bye!