On Today’s Show
The opposite of addiction is connection. – Johann Hari
Is love at the core of all healing?
Practicing since 2006 at the LifeGate Health Center, Dr. Yakel is always seeking the most advanced techniques that have the most profound influence on the central nervous system. Specifically, he helps his patients heal with the following techniques that support the greatest expression of the body’s own healing potential: Torque Release Technique, Network Spinal Analysis (NSA), and Flowtrition (Flow) to maximize his patients’ results.
Addiction begins in pain and ends in pain. – Eckhart Tolle
As you listen to this episode, Dr. Yakel explains the power of our body’s natural intelligence including how it knows how to heal itself and support its central nervous system. However, the body also needs some special attention from us through the Four Quadrants of Wellbeing: Energetic, Movement, Chemical, and Psychospiritual.
Listen and learn more about why inflammation isn’t only at the core our physical challenges and illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes but also our mental and emotional struggles including anxiety, depression, ADD, bipolar disease, and schizophrenia.
There is an abundance of takeaways from this interview including how to begin healing from addiction with small changes that will lead to big shifts with the following steps:
- Add more whole foods
- Have a self-care practice
- Take time to self-reflect
- Create a coping strategy
- Connect with others
Love is the magic bullet of healing. – Dr. James W. Parker
- Jonah Yakel
Mentioned In This Episode
- Small Changes Big Shifts Podcast episode 183 – Dave Braun and Troy Amdahl aka The OolaGuys
- May I Be Frank Documentary
- The Four Quadrants of Wellbeing – PsychoSpiritual Vignette with Frank Ferrante
- Daniel David Palmer
- Eckhart Tolle
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