Being Real with Dr. Tetlow
"Genuine healing is a journey [...] into a broken and hurt self, the purpose of which is to encounter a depth of humanity deeper than the tragedy of any illness [...] into disorder and brokenness, whether it is curable or incurable, to find an intactness and reconciliation that profoundly reflects and manifests the genuine self. Healing is a crucible to encounter the source of our being in worst times; it is our genuine and potentially intact response to chaos, anguish, and suffering [...] an opportunity to uncover the truth of who we really are. Healing is not something we do only when we are sick; it is part of the process and journey of life." -- Ted Kaptchuk, O.M.D., The Web that Has No Weaver. As my integrative colleague in NYC, Dr. Tricia Muehsam reminds us, the word "heal" comes from the Anglo-Saxon root meaning "whole." Healing is like becoming whole again and realizing that we are whole all of the time, even though we may not feel it. This is why I look forward to serving you on your path to realizing your innate wholeness.