Finding your own path to well-being, finding the center by learning how to listen to the body and give voice to the soul, open up to new therapeutic forms, extraordinarily new for Western culture but ancient for Eastern culture, to begin a new existential path in which body, mind and spirit dialogue in harmony. Every journey implies a change, every path opens doors of rebirth that make the energy flow their strength. A force that traditional medicines have powerful in them, as the World Health Organization has recognized, so much so as to include them among the practices dispensed by welfare systems, suggesting their interaction with modern medicine. Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, yoga and meditation are thus stripped of mysticism and dressed in concrete thanks to the results obtained, which go beyond what the culture of the Western countries of the world teaches by tradition.
A well-being revolution that places man at the center, suggests listening and contact and new diagnostic channels, enhances a global vision of the disease so that the answers to treat it can only be the intertwining of body & soul, thought & feeling, mind & heart. A holistic view that, if in the populations of the countries of origin of these medicines is part of the DNA, in the rest of the world it represents a new acquisition, an unexpected “journey” capable of speaking several languages simultaneously and opening new borders. How not to be fascinated? How can we not allow ourselves to regain possession of every personal dimension – physical, emotional, psychological and energetic – to find true existential well-being? How not to try to recover the most intimate dimension of one’s self to generate a new life cycle? Starting from the connection with nature, from the deep connection with the earth and from human contact, traditional medicines become the forerunner of new paths that determine saving blackouts from stress, anxiety and alienation. If finding inner equilibrium is the goal, triggering positive changes in lifestyle functional to disease prevention is the cure, which sees the transformation of the human body into a miniaturized version of the Universe its success. More than simple healing systems, traditional therapies are existential philosophies in which physical, moral, mental and spiritual well-being becomes the framework of happiness, peace, harmony and stability and a brick on which to build the architecture of one’s existence. From here we start and here we return in a circle of continuous regeneration.