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Holistic approach

The human being is multifaceted and it is necessary to maintain and care for all of our facets: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

I like to approach people as holistic beings interrelated with their environment.  I am looking to help them integrate their own masculine and feminine aspects. In this way, I refer to the Theory of Yin and Yang that bases much of its thinking on observing the natural world and the way in which it operates.

Chinese philosophy uses yin and yang to represent a wider range of opposite qualities in the universe: cold and hot, slow and fast, still and moving, masculine and feminine, lower and upper, etc.

In general, anything that is moving, ascending, bright, progressing, hyperactive, including functional disease of the body, pertains to yang.

The characteristics of stillness, descending, darkness, degeneration, hypo-activity, including organic disease, pertain to yin.

The function of yin and yang is guided by the law of union of the opposites. In other words, yin and yang are in conflict but at the same time mutually dependent. The nature of yin and yang is relative, they can't exist in isolation. Without "cold" there would be no "hot"; without "moving" there would be no "still"; without "dark", there would be no "light".

The opposites are in constant transformation and change:  The seed (Yin) grows into the plant (Yang), which itself dies back to the earth (Yin). We can observe it within the changes of the seasons. Winter (Yin) transforms through the Spring into Summer (Yang), which in turn transforms through Autumn into Winter again.

I understand the effect of the seasons on our own bodies and mental states and I take into account in which environment people live to understand the root of their symptoms.