Are you asking the wrong question?
The Wrong Question:
“My friend has MS – Is there anything Ayurveda can do for her?”
… a quick interview of Dr. Claudia Welch explains why this is the WRONG QUESTION. The short easy question to ask to any good holistic practitioner puts a huge burden on the practitioner. For to aptly answer this question, the practitioner needs to ask a few dozen questions to the client/patient inquiring.
The burden goes to the practitioner… but that wasn’t what was intended either. What was intended out of the curious question is how does my friend get the help she wants. And how does my friend go about working with a practitioner to get the help she wants. And who do you recommend my friend work with to get the help she wants.
The Right Question:
The right question gets that what you need, or the person you are asking about.. what they need is holistic help.
With good holistic help comes the space and time for connection, discovery and true Ayurvedic diagnostics. Without this kind of time and space the question cannot be answered.
Once we get into a relationship with a practitioner… we’ll find the answers to our questions beget a bigger question. And Dr. C. talks about in the short video. That bigger question becomes: “What is wrong with the context of my life for these imbalances to be manifesting?”
We need to stop asking quick questions that have long answers. And start asking who can partner, guide and support you on your journey to wellness.
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