Health in the third millennium

Health in the third millennium

health in the third millennium

Program Summary

Program Summary

Overview

When you subscribe to the m3health Program you will be able to access 34 topics which will guide you through a set of questions which identify beliefs, attitudes, and opinions which may be restricting your healing.

Your role is to respond to the questions with thoughts, feelings and at times, actions. The program provides perspectives which help you to use your responses beneficially.

Standard Membership – 40.00 USD

A Standard Membership provides you with full access to the members area which contains the entire m3health program which is summarized in the section below.

You can take the Program as often as you like and at your own pace. Feel free to communicate your responses to your usual medical attendant and /or others whose opinion you respect. No correspondence from m3health will be entered into. The m3health program is an adjunct to your usual medical treatment or attendant, not a replacement for them.

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Premium Membership – 1000.00 USD

You have access to the same entire m3health Program information in the members area as you would with the Standard membership however you are also at liberty to correspond with an m3health officer by email for the next six months after membership purchase (after this period you still continue to have lifetime access to the members area).

The correspondence from the program participant is limited to approximately one page. The m3health officer’s response is between one paragraph and one page in length. The m3health Program is undertaken at your own pace. A typical time to be in communication with m3health is between one and six months. The m3health correspondence is an adjunct to your usual medical treatment or attendant, not a replacement for them.

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Program Summary

The topic headings and brief summaries provide an insight into the areas which the program identifies as important to healing.

 

1. First Step A thorough evaluation of your current therapy.
2. Your Family Beliefs and attitudes acquired within the family may be inhibiting our healing potential.
3. Illness confirms beliefs We may believe that we think “Life sucks!” because we’re ill. However, we may be ill because we already believe “Life sucks!”
4. Who are you What has our personality got to do with our illness and our recovery from it?
5. Responses to being ill Illness is emotive. It provides a powerful opportunity to unmask thoughts and feelings which have remained hidden for a long time and may be keeping you ill.
6. The meaning of words The origin of terms such as dis-ease, re-present, respons-ibility are discussed and the contribution an understanding of them makes to both the origins of, and the recovery from, illness.
7. Knowledge How what you “know” may be stopping you from recovering. Read the last sentence again. Did you understand it the first time?
8. First nature and second nature We’re all familiar with the term “second nature” without ever considering that it implies the existence of “first nature”.  What is first nature and how can we involve it in our own healing?
9. The immune system How our thoughts and feelings limit our natural responses.
10. Thoughts One of the most powerful causes of pain and suffering comes from our thoughts. We need to use this powerful force, but not by trying to change what we think, and certainly not by replacing “negative” thoughts with “positive” thoughts, but by allowing all thoughts to visit us……. and to leave us. Stop thinking and allow yourself to be “thunk”.
11. Feelings The four basic emotions of anger, sadness, fear and joy and their integral relationship to the proper functioning of our immune and endocrine (hormonal) systems.
12. Express or Repress The effect on our health of repressing emotions and what happens when we take the risk of expressing them.
13. Anger Does it deserve its bad press? What’s the difference between anger and violence? Can we use the healthy anger to assist healing?
14. Practising Feeling Emotions Unlocking feelings to unlock the immune and endocrine systems
15. Fear At the bottom of many an illness.  Anxiety and panic unmasked.
16. Sadness Usually more of a problem with men. It’s important to involve the full range of physiological responses, such as crying, in a recovery enquiry.
17. Joy Putting joy back into life with laughter and love.
18. The Feral Healer Freeing your own natural healing mechanisms to combat the problem, whatever it is.
19. Half way review A review of the journey thus far.
20. Moving Right Along Taking your time.
21. Doing The obsession with “doing” may be restricting your healing
22. Et tu Brute? Are we are our worst enemy when it comes to getting better?
23. Cause and Cure The forgotten origins of illness and the ignored main healing element.
24. Self Acceptance Why we criticise ourselves and how we might use that realisation to move on.
25. Judgement The decommissioning of the prime mover of chronic dis-ease.
26. Being Most of us have forgotten how to “be”. Being hasn’t been lost, it’s only hidden. We may need to re-experience it to heal ourselves.
27. Self At the core of our healing nature or first nature lies an untapped resource.
28. Meditation Practising doing nothing so that your body can achieve something
29. Finding our Selfs Hiding under the canopy of our defences is something we mislaid, rather than lost. We “find ourselves” doing, thinking and feeling….. something….. it doesn’t matter much what. Find your “self” and healing won’t be far behind.
30. Acceptance Accepting ourselves, whoever, whenever, however, whereever we are. What does this involve? Is it something which you “Do“?
31. Letting Go Not something you do, but something which shows up.
32. Control “You’re out of control” becomes music to your ears when you realise the cost of staying “In control”.
33. Guilt, Fault and Blame These powerful emotions often contribute to illness and must be harnessed for healing.
34. Should and Ought Remember these. How do we know what’s best for us? Perhaps we don’t. Then how do we know what we “should” be doing or what we “ought” to have done?