I perceived early that mind somehow influences matter. My perceptions of early situations with my family members opened my mind to possibilities of what is or can be.
Through the years, various incidents that I personally observed or heard others talking about kept convincing me that mind somehow influences matter. And I kept finding corroboration for my conviction in both fiction and various categories of non-fiction literature and in other media.
My life-long personal experiences, my professional experiences as a clinical hypnotherapist and my findings from my various structured and unstructured academic pursuits all have converged to convince me that each of us human beings can practice natural health through consciousness via our desires, beliefs, attitudes, actions and reactions, thoughts, emotions, visualizations, self-suggestions or affirmations, prayers and expectations.
I am interested in and fascinated by anything having to do with consciousness.
However, I am most interested in and fascinated by mind/body/spirit possibilities of what makes a person sick and what makes a person well.
Thus, my highest desire for purposely utilizing consciousness is centered in my ongoing absolute practice of natural health through consciousness—a mind/body/spirit self-healing way that I began on March 18, 1992—in which I rely on my inherent inner healing abilities in all circumstances.
By my definition, natural health through consciousness is a person’s partial or absolute reliance on his or her micro-consciousness, or spirit, for healing and maintenance via his or her micro-consciousness or spirit’s access to the cosmic intelligence and energy of macro-consciousness—which, I am convinced, is what is called God, the Unified Whole, the One and the Force, among various other names around the world.
I wrote Natural Health Through Consciousness: My Journey to, Practice of and Theory of a Mind/Body/Spirit Self-Healing Way to raise awareness of the possibilities of purposely utilizing consciousness for healing and for longevity with good physical and mental health.