Am I ready for change? What you need to know about holistic therapy

To begin with, let’s define the word “holistic”: it it refers to everything, to an understanding and complete look. This is why holistic therapy takes everything as truth. And what is it all? It is the integration of body, mind and soul.

Understanding holistic therapy and its characteristics

Holistic therapy is a form of support that focuses on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of the individual. In it, the individual is understood as a whole, considering all the factors that affect the health and well-being of the person, such as his environment, lifestyle, relationships, thoughts, emotions. , its food, among others.

When to start a holistic therapy approach? At any time, whether motivated by physical (body) illness, mental or emotional illness and/or spiritual (soul) seeking. Being an integrative therapy, it understands that all the information that accompanies the reality and the perceptions of being, are part of its history, of its choices, and therefore of its state of health.

Holistic therapy incorporates different opening techniques; speech is and will be a motor to bring the person to his highest state of consciousnessalthough we also use guided visualization, meditative therapy and art therapy, among others, to generate movements that invite change and restructuring of the double mind.

Thanks to the holistic accompaniment, we find the possibility of restructure the mental script; this is how we change the perceptions that are anchored to the good or bad idea that I have of a certain situation. So what happens when you stop judging and stop assuming things are good or bad and just understand and observe things as they are? You stop perpetuating the suffering.

Learning to practice acceptance facilitates the processes of understanding, since the reactive signals from our body that send our nervous system are not activated when there is no value judgment between the two.

What is the invitation of holistic therapy?

The invitation is the care, the care of body, mind and soul. The body is a sacred temple that honors our processes of development, evolution and expansion on earth. Being aware of food, hydration, the sun we receive, movement, are some of the basics for the body to come into harmony.

Rest and good sleep they are essential for the processes of learning, memory and cellular regeneration. Listening to your body through meditation techniques is a very good way to connect to our quantum field, practice Yoga and exercise regularly, be more and more aware of what you consume, the foods that are the strength and vitality of our cells are part of the invitations.

Caring for the mind involves take care of our thoughts, the information we consume, the reality we create; taking care of our mind involves having the ability to enter silence and observe our states. The mind is responsible for sending electromagnetic signals to our body, it is he who gives the order to direct and react. Thoughts are the basis of what we project about ourselves, examining and understanding where these thoughts come from allows us to create our reality.

The keys to psychological autonomy

To take care of our thoughts, we must be aware of them and their impact on our emotions and, above all, on our choices and actions. Practicing introspection allows us to identify thought patterns, belief systems, ideas about ourselves and the world, and opening ourselves to the possibility of creating new ideas and thoughts is one of the ways to greater transformation.

Breathe, meditate, relax, let go, observe and accept to help calm the mind and be in the present, to honor this present moment. One of the ways your spirit is higher and able to enter high vibrational energy flows is when you practice gratitude.

The best way to practice gratitude is to choose a reflective space be grateful for yourself, for your body, for your well-being, and for all the things you care about, remember the value of the essentials. It can be as simple as taking a few minutes each morning to reflect on all the good things you have in your life, or it can be something more advanced like writing a gratitude journal.

Another way to practice gratitude is to do things to help others.either by donating some of your time or resources.

It takes time and discipline to enter into the logic of care, to get out of the axis of distraction and banality, but when you feel and learn to enter into understanding, gratitude and expansion, it there is no different way.


As a therapist, I have seen people grow, transform lives, create real miracles. I accompany people in all environments to create their best version, to write an elevated mental script, to create such robust constructs from the trust we achieve to create transformative realities.

I invite you to discover the different programs in which I accompany the holistic movement, each one created with love and awareness.

Leave a Comment