Call Today 82187 08491

Ask for Doctor

Open Hours

Mon-sun(08:00-23:00 hrs)


If we observe a healthy man, we can easily discern that he is an integrated organism acting all the time either consciously or unconsciously. Action is the characteristic of a living organism. Action can be either passive or active, and the exact nature of the action is an expression of the individuality of the person. The activity of an individual is manifested primarily on three levels:

* Mental level
* Emotional level
* Physical level
* The human being is an integrated whole acting all the time through three distinct levels: the mental, the emotional, the physical, the mental level being the most important, and the physical the least.
* The activity of the organism may be passive or active. In disease, the “reactions” of the defense mechanism to various stimuli are of most concern to the practitioner.
* The human being, form the moment of birth, lives in a dynamic environment which is affecting his organism at all times in many ways, and is, therefore, obliged to adjust continuously in order to maintain a dynamic equilibrium.
* If the stimuli are stronger than the organism’s natural resistance, a state of imbalance will occur with signs and symptoms erroneously labeled “disease.”
* The results of this struggle can be seen primarily upon the mental, emotional, or physical level, depending upon the overall state of health at the moment of the stress.

Summary of Mental Plane Section

* The mental level of being is the most crucial for the individual’s existence and maintains within itself a hierarchy very useful for evaluating the progress of a patient.
* A healthy mind should be characterized in its functions from the following three qualities: clarity, coherence, and creativity. To the extent that any or all of these qualities are reduced or missing, the person is ill at the corresponding level.
* Confusion, disunity, and distraction constitute the qualities of a completely diseased mind.
* The practice of selfishness and acquisitiveness are the primary factors that derange the mind. Freedom form selfishness and acquisitiveness will naturally lead to a healthy state of mind.

Summary of Emotional Plane Section

* The emotional plane of the human being is next in importance to the mental one. This plane is ill to the extent that the person maintains within himself, is trapped by, and expresses negative feelings, as envy, jealousy, anguish, fanaticism, sadness. If the individual can free himself from such “passions,” then he can be healthy on this level.
* On this level arise anxiety, anguish, irritability, fears and phobias, and depression, so common in our times. Our educational and political systems have never systematically developed the emotional plane which is generally weak, undernourished, and therefore vulnerable.
* There is a hierarchy of symptoms within this level that is useful as a measure of progress during therapy. Summary of physical Plane Section
* The physical body and its organs constitute the least important plane of the human being; the body also maintains a hierarchy of importance as to its organs and functions. An infarct of the brain will be of more importance than an infarct of the heart, and this in turn is of more importance thatn a thrombosis of an artery in the leg.
* The organism will always try to keep disturbances away from important organs.
* A disturbance that progresses during any treatment from less important organs to more important ones signifies a deterioration in general health. An opposite direction of progress indicates progress toward a better state of health.