What do you think makes someone a healthy person? Do you think of someone who isn’t plagued by a disease? Or do you think of someone who has their physical, emotional, and mental states aligned, and who practices a balanced lifestyle? While both of these could be examples of a healthy individual, they are viewed very differently.
The first is the example we think of when we think of curing, while the latter is an example of healing. So what is the difference between curing and healing? While often used interchangeably, the two are actually very different. In the eBook, Total Wellness, the creators discuss this concept in more detail but we have outlined the basics in this infographic.
There are many differences between healing and curing, but that’s not to say that you should turn to natural health or Western medicine exclusively. The two go hand-in-hand and it is because of the advances in technology that we have the luxury of choice. For example, in the case of an infection, antibiotics might be the go-to choice. But, most conditions aren’t so easily “cured” and it takes working from the inside out to build a wholly healthy lifestyle and see results.
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