At Goldylocks Temple of Healing, llc the focus is on providing multi-dimensional Healing Sessions, high quality Holistic Services and products that assist the Balancing of Mind, Body, and Soul.
The Temple is not a brick and mortar building, but our bodies. Our bodies are our most Sacred Temples.
"There is no need for (fancy buildings) temples, no need for complicated philosophies.
My brain and my heart are my temples; my philosophy is kindness."
~ His Holiness the Dalai Lama
"Your body is precious. It is our vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care."
"Every man is the builder of a temple called his body."
~ Henry David Thoreau
"There is but one temple in the Universe and that is the body of man."
The Latin phrase primum non noceri (first do no harm), is part of the oath every physician takes on graduation.The prime directive for all Healers and Holistic Practitioners is: "Above all, do not impede the body's own Healing ability."
Modern doctors and medicine utilizes an allopathic approach in treating most diseases. Allopathic means against the symptom. Treating symptoms IS NOT the same as healing!
After all, to heal means to make whole. Healing isn't just about relieving symptoms of ill health; it's about restoring you to good health. Healing is being restored to a state where you feel great physically and emotionally, think clearly, have plenty of energy, and feel vibrantly alive.
An allopathic (symptom-relieving) mindset can never restore you to health—even if you use natural remedies. Natural healing differs from allopathic healing because it treats the person, not the disease. The distinction may be subtle, but it’s important.
Symptoms can be both signs that something is wrong and needs to be fixed, and methods the body uses to cope with what’s wrong. In short, symptoms are only the effects of disease. They are not the cause!
As the pioneer herbalist Samuel Thompson said: “Remove the cause and the effect will cease.” Unfortunately, the allopathic approach is frequently focused on treating the effect, not finding the cause and removing it. Focusing on treating symptoms can not only fail to fix what’s causing them—it can actually make the person’s health worse by interfering with what the body’s trying to do to cope.
This helps us understand why drugs have so many side effects. The symptom may be relieved, but the source of the problem remains unresolved. Thus, new symptoms (effects) arise as the body continues to struggle with the real problem.
Understand that what you focus on, you expand. If your focus is on treating disease, you are focused on disease, not on health. To build lasting health, you have to stop focusing on treating disease and start focusing on building health.
This is why allopathic medicine shouldn't be called a health-care system; it should be called a disease-care system. Sometimes disease-care is necessary. It can temporarily stabilize the body when it’s injured or seriously out of balance. But, it shouldn’t be confused with health care.
Natural healing is a health-care system, not a disease care system. The natural (or naturopathic) approach is to assist the body, mind and soul to be healthy and to maintain that good health. As stated above, The prime directive for all Healers and Holistic Practitioners is: “Above all, do not impede the body’s own Healing ability.”
Rev. Tiffany White Sage Woman's goal is to work harmoniously with the Body, Mind, Soul, and to help restore Inner Balance which will assist our own body's natural Healing abilities.