Wishing you a prosperous, happy and healthy New Year!
Mine started off with a big challenge.
As a Naturopathic Doctor and Psychotherapist my entire life motto has been: solid health first and everything else shall follow. This all the more renders my present predicament very unsettling.
Since mid-December 2005 my husband is dealing with the possibility of losing a kidney and even though I’d seen it coming all along, having tried to get him to change his eating habits and way of life, all to no avail, this does not make it any easier to process.
I have been asking myself repeatedly over and over again, what lessons am I to learn through this experience? What have I failed to recognise or still need to recognise? And what it is that I need to change to turn this learning into a creative and valuable gift?
I like to believe that that every ill-health, whether ours or someone else’s, challenges us to look deeper into ourselves and make changes to better our own health. This is exactly what I have been doing and I came across a very interesting book which I feel might be of interest to other people as well.
The title of the book is: You’re Not Sick, You’re Thirsty: Water for Health, for Healing, for Life by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. This was a Medical Doctor who cured various illnesses with simple Water cure. You can find out more about this by clicking on the link: www.watercure.com and www.watercure2.org
I’d like to know if anyone else has heard of this treatment and has used it successfully?