Oriental Medicine & Eastern Philosophy – Part 2: The Feng Shui of the Body

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Oriental Medicine & Eastern Philosophy – Part 2: The Feng Shui of the Body

I have studied under Dheai Ilsaaid, Oriental practitioner, so that my knowledge could become more full spectrum, and I often recommend him to my clients to ensure a totally holistic approach to their well-being.

In descriptive terms, I deal with the Feng Shui of the home and Dheai deals with the Feng Shui of the body. Ultimately, the goal of Eastern philosophy is to create balance in mind, body and soul. My recommendations combined with Dheai’s treatments, mean clients can get better health more quickly, thereby impacting their lives in an even more powerful way.

Dheai’s background and studies in Oriental medicine and Eastern philosophy have led him on a fascinating journey and immersed him in learning for many years – knowledge that has been passed down to him through generations which he is keen to share with the world today.

Dheai is trained in deep acupuncture, Reiki, massage, iridology, cranial sacral manipulation, medical yoga, and much more. He treats all ailments, the most common being insomnia, depression, arthritis, infertility, obesity, respiratory issues, and illnesses such as high blood pressure and diabetes.

Dheai uses many techniques to diagnose his clients’ health issues based on yin and yang and the five elements, such as facial diagnosis, tongue diagnosis and pulse diagnosis, and he also employs techniques to treat the sub-conscious mind, including positive affirmations, neuron-linguistic programming, mindfulness, meditation, timeline therapy, dream interpretation, hypnosis, and beyond the physical body to an astral level by accessing the soul and spirit.

When Dheai diagnoses a client, he uses certain indicators to determine their health issues, and then he selects the best treatment specific to them. This includes diet and advice on nutritional needs, a course of acupuncture treatments to redress imbalances, exercises to improve postural alignment affecting stance and gait, and specific types of physical movements that retrain the human mind to break bad habits and to positively affect the sub-conscious mind.

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