How we find true cure.
To understand health and disease we can consider how a human being functions in its environment with all its influences. This wholeness in its perspective challenges to view ourselves and our environment as a dynamic whole, integrated and at one rather than fragmented and focused on only one aspect. As in nature, the human being functions on a hierarchical level creating homeostasis and in harmony with its surroundings. It has a physical nature, emotional nature, mental nature and spiritual nature. The laws of the physical plane rule the physical emotional and mental planes, while spiritual laws are not affected by this limited existence.
These levels and the concept of hierarchy of importance on the dynamic plane of existence are the utmost important for the expert practitioner trying to understand where the imbalance lies. At each sequential meeting, the practitioner determines which level is disturbed and which is resolving. The deepest disturbance is on the mental level, then emotional, then physical. In that order, healing should take place. For example, if someone comes in with a rash and irritability, and they receive treatments for these conditions. In the follow up exam, the practitioner finds the rash resolved, however, there is increased irritability, asthma and depression starting. This is the wrong direction towards cure.