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Unlocking Your Self-Healing Potential

A Journey back to Health through Creativity, Authenticity, and Self-determination

January 2019
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  • Publisher
    Floris Books
  • Published
    8th January 2019
  • ISBN 9781782505334
  • Language English
  • Pages 232 pp.
  • Size 6.25" x 8.5"

Our bodies have an amazing capacity for self-repair and regeneration and healing a broken ankle or grazed knee. The power to heal exists in all of us, but few people learn how to employ, support, and harness it in times of greatest need—while fighting an illness or disease. 

In this unique book, experienced alternative therapist Josef Ulrich suggests that drawing on our innate spiritual creativity, authenticity, and self-will can lead to active healing, with the patient no longer a victim of the condition but a vital contributor to self-recovery.

With plenty of case studies, exercises, observations, and checklists, this practical resource sets out to empower us to boost our immune system, and—in conjunction with conventional treatments—give us the best chance of healing. 

“Wise, compassionate and beautifully illustrated.... A highly recommended source of guidance and inspiration based on long clinical experience.”Paradigm Explorer

C O N T E N T S:


Three guiding Lights
A Starting Point: Our threefold Relationship
What Is Health? Where Are We Traveling To?
Prioritizing Health: For the World, for the Individual
What Powers of Healing Lie Within?
We Already Know How to Heal
The Power of Inner Pictures
Tranquility as Strength
Death as Life’s Assistant
The Healing Power of Love
Looking for Light in the Darkness
The Healing Potential of Autonomy and Authenticity
Managing Questions of Fault and Blame
Dealing with Anxiety
Handling Our Resentment, Anger, and Hate
Wider Causes and Meanings
Overcoming Inner Resistance
The Person I Really Am
Threefold Dialogue
The Healing Path
Courage for Life, Trust in Growth

Afterword: The Cost of Medical Treatment

Josef Ulrich

Josef Ulrich is an anthroposophic therapist at the Öschelbronn Clinic in Germany, with many years of experience in working with people at various stages of health and illness, in particular those with a cancer diagnosis.