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Change is the only permanent reality that exists. Great things always begin from inside and so is attitudinal healing. It always takes time to take care of inner feelings and attitudes to heal up. We are love-beings. Our spiritual self is made up of emotions that need to stay healthy in order to keep us good in inner health. Otherwise we may unconsciously get involved into immoral activities like killing or hurting others, stealing or demanding the property of others, sexual misconduct, use of false or hurtful speech as well as telling lies and using intoxicants. Compromising inner peace never leads humans attain a substantial spiritual power.
Attitudinal healing is based upon the technique that can be described as a form of spiritual psychotherapy. That is self-taught. One has to take step forward to improve one’s self empowerment. It helps training adults, adolescents, and children facing life-threatening illness, conflict, changes, and life challenges. Attitudinal Healing is about healing our own minds and hearts to have harmony and integrity in all that we think, say, and do active ingredients for resolving conflict and bringing about peace of mind. Health is defined as inner peace and Healing is the letting go of fear. We at Nishan follow the 12 principles of attitudinal healing, working to recognize that there is a greater whole other than the tunnel vision through which we sometimes look. Each client is treated differently. We are happy to share that not only have we survived in making our efforts work, we have emerged from our struggle with a new understanding of addiction that has changed primary structure of thousands of families. Through an active power within us, we can learn to sense a greater picture. This power allows us to expand and become aware of this greater whole so that we don’t need to get caught up in the conflict that others are experiencing. The conflict they are going through is their path, not ours.