The difference between the Vitalist and the Allopath is the amount of knowledge they have in innate intelligence.
The Vitalist believes that the body can heal, if there is no interference.
The Allopath believes that the body needs help by adding something to the body. This can be in the form of natural or unnatural products, or processes.
There is a need for both types of professionals, and when they work together, utilizing each of their knowledge at the right time for the patient. When this happens, healthcare can truly exist.
“Success demands singleness of purpose.” -Vince Lombardi
One can assume that Coach Lombardi was referring to success on the football field. However, I believe that success in all aspects of life (in this case health) can be tracked to a specific purpose that certain actions are being made. Let me explain deeper.
I often have patients ask me how long I think it will take for them to feel better, or get over a certain diseased state. The interesting thing about the answer I give, is that my best answer must always involve knowing the individual’s purpose for seeking my care initially. Unfortunately, most have not really thought through their purpose intentionally.
So, what is your purpose for living a healthier life? Do you want to feel better, or do you want to be able to experience life at a greater level? Either way, there is no wrong or right answer, it is completely YOUR purpose. However, we should be careful. If you do not choose your own purpose, someone will choose it for you.
In this case, the outcome is that of the chooser…and you may not be the one that stood up for what you want!