Holisticology Foundation

Holisticology Foundation


Founding Holisticology:

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HOLISTICOLOGY is a new and unique field of study with the aim of self-discovery, self-development and inner awareness. The science of Holisticology and the course curriculum for non-traditional higher-educational programme had been created and founded in 1998 and has been developed till 2006 with a new combination of three main module of Complementary Therapies, Mental Health studies, Metaphysics and Spirituality that each one of them includes a new holistic view of the other fields and subjects.

Later on with the aim of introducing and developing Human total Science of Health and Healing: (a) introducing the unique science of Holisticology; (b) Recognising and Gathering the international practitioners world wide, in different filed of Holistic Health and Holistic Science; (c) conducting specialised training programmes; (d) publishing a scientific Journal of Holisticology for updating latest articles in Holistic Health and Healing. Also, The International Association of Holisticology has been founded to record the recognisable and professional practitioners in the field of Drugless-complementary therapies.

Towards the mission of “Universal Peace and Unity” (Through understanding the common principles of religions and believes, this a new field of science and study for inner awareness, and self-development), Holisticology including “Holisticotherapy” is the unique combination of theory and clinical fields of Complementary Therapies, Mental Health Studies, Metaphysics and Spirituality with specialising in “Holistic Art Therapy”, “Holistic Psychotherapy” “Holistic Energy Healing” and “Holistic Spirituality”.

In the other word, Holisticology in Training and Treatment: Providing a Comprehensive Pathway for Health and Healing, Inner Peace and Awareness, Self Discovery and Self-Development, through conducting scientific and practical course programmes, workshops and seminars; as well as group and individual therapy and counselling sessions.

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The Philosophy and Meaning of Wholism

Holism (the word is derived from the Greek holos, meaning “whole”) is the idea that everything in the universe is greater than, and different from, the sum of its parts.
Holistic medicine is an approach to health that aims to deal with the patient as a whole and not merely with physical symptoms. It takes into account the psychological state of an individual, social and environmental factor, and an indefinable dimension known as “spirit”.
It is useful not only for patients who have physical or mental problems but also for healthy people who wish to improve themselves and rediscover their real selves. Holistic Health approaches are a guide to wellness & well being.
Non-holistic view, is an analytic and delicate view to identify everything; and the holistic view sees the world as a unified whole that is a system showing the structural form of the creation.
These are achievable when the body and mind work in harmony; energy and enthusiasm are abundant, the body functions efficiently and the mind is alert. We can reach them after a health program based on an individual’s specification and abilities. In fact we can make lifestyle adjustments that will lead to restoring and enhancing wellness and well-being.
Holistic Health approaches are a guide to wellness & well-being. These are achievable when the body and mind work in harmony; energy and enthusiasm are abundant, the body functions efficiently and the mind is alert.
Each type of complementary therapy has its own diagnostic labels, that conventional medicine dose no recognize. However, if it can be shown that the diagnosis leads to effective treatments that relieve pain and enable people to cope. The mainstream medicine may be eventually incorporating them.

Holistic as a whole made up of interdependent parts.
You are most likely to hear these parts referred to as 1) the mind/ body connection, 2) mind/ body/ spirit, or 3) physical/ mental/ emotional/ spiritual aspects. When this meaning is applied to illness, it is called holistic medicine and includes a number of factors, such as 1) dealing with the root cause of an illness, 2) increasing patient involvement, and 3) considering both conventional (allopathic) and complementary (alternative) therapies.
Holistic as a synonym for alternative therapies.
By this definition, “going holistic” means turning away from any conventional medical options and using alternative treatment exclusively. This meaning mainly relates to illness situations, and sometimes is used for controversial therapies.

The American Holistic Health Association introduces two common definitions of Holistic view as follow:

Holistic Therapies

The most popular Complementary Healing methods or Holistic The therapies, which has been registered in WHO officially are as follow:

Medical Therapies:
1-Naturopathy
2-Hhydrotherapy
3-Anthroposophical Medicine
4-Homeopathy
5-Biochmical Medicine
6-Batch Flower Remedies
7-Crystal Therapy
8-Western Herbalist
9-Chinese Herbalist
10-Ayurveda
11-Nutritional Therapies
12-Orthomolecular Therapy
13-Clinical Ecology
14-Magnetic Therapy

Mind & Emotional Therapies:
1-Psychotherapy & counseling
2-Hypnotherapy
3-Autogenic Training
4-Biofeedback
5-Relaxation & Breathing
6-Meditation
7-Flotation Therapy
8-Visualization
9-Sound Therapy
10-Music Therapy
11-Art Therapy
12-Feng Shui
13-Geomancy
14-Color Therapy
15-Light Therapy
16-Biorhythms
17-Other Therapies

Touch & Movement Therapies:
1-Massage
2-Biodynamic Massage
3-Aromatherapy
4-Medical Aromatherapy
5-Reflexology
6-The Metamorphic Technique
7-Chiropractic
8-McTimoney
9-McTimony-Corley Chiropractic
10-Osteopathy
11-CrnioSacral Therapy
12-Rolfing
13-Aston Patterning
14-HellerWork
15-The Feldenkrais Method
16-The Alexander technique
17-Tragerwork
18-Bioenergetics
19-Acupuncture
20-Auricular Acupuncture
21-Acupressure
22-Shiatsu
23-Do-in
24-Thai Massage
25-Qigong
26-T’ai Chi Ch’uan
27-Polarity Therapy
28-Healing
29-Therapeutic Touch
30-Reiki
31-Yoga
32-Dance
33-Movement Therapy
34-The Bates Method