Lissa Rankin, M.D. Is one of those doctors that if I were the type I would bow down to and instead I feel compelled to bow to her resonance-her ability to touch a nerve-one that needs touching.
Lissa's story is an interesting one. I won't go into the minutia rather I'll paint it with a broad brush. Her life took a turn as she says she was a career M.D. and realized almost overnight that it's not just what you eat, it's how you think.
Healing and thought go hand in hand. Lissa found that those who ate amazingly healthy and have more sress and more looping thoughts have more health issues than those who are junk food and lived in the moment. Lissa found two questions:
1) what do you think might lie at the root of your illness
2) what does you body need in order to heals
and by asking them clients opened up and realized that bodies don't lie. Transformation is held in the body and memories are held in their perceptions. And while bodies don't lie perception do.
In the recent Tomes Magazine article, "Can you think Yourself Well?" Dr. Rankin had a quote about the mind/body connection and remedy. She states, "the body doesn't fuel how we live our lives, Instead, it's a mirror of how we live our lives."
we have the tools to address what body issues abounds. So ask yourself those two questions. You may be surprised. And then again, It may be yours to ask.