Christine Page suggests there is an underlying psychological and emotional component to illness, and this makes up the soil of the body. Page believes illness is a lived experience of the mind/body/spirit and not just a physiological episode. When working with someone, she asks herself, “What is the underlying disturbance and disharmony that is going on in these tissues that allow a virus to get in?” She looks at the emotional keys that unlock the genetic status and agrees with biologist Bruce Lipton, who talks about the cell membrane being the interface between the inner and outer world. This is where beliefs reside and influence our interactions with the world. Page advises us to tend the soil of our body and says, “Your soil is made up of your belief systems, your perceptions.” As a medical doctor, it is her experience that illness isn’t just a physiological episode. She tells us to listen to the intuitive messages from our soul telling us it is time to change. When we keep ignoring these messages, our bodies will stop us in our tracks by getting sick. She advises us to not get sick in the first place but if we do, rather than trying to fix the illness, see it as a message to change. She also shares her research on the divine feminine and how a woman’s moon cycle is much more than just preparing the way to get pregnant. It is about bringing forth the powerful energies of creativity, connectivity, and transformation. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)

 

Bio

Christine Page, M.D., received her medical degree from the University of London in 1978. She’s an international seminar leader on healing and empowerment. In 1984, she founded one of the first integrative health centers within the British National Health Service, followed by a highly successful holistic private practice which included homeopathy, counseling and energy-related medicine. She also began a 10-year educational career, teaching doctors, nurses and other medical personnel about complementary therapies including mind/body and energy medicine. She became a well-known bridge builder and played an important role in the acceptance of alternative therapies in the British Health System.

She is the author of:

To find out more about the work of Christine Page, M.D. go to www.christinepage.com.

Topics explored in this dialogue include: 

  • Christine’s story of her own healing from breast cancer
  • How do our emotions and beliefs influence our health
  • What are some environmental reasons for illness
  • How illness isn’t the problem but is the solution
  • Why we should not feel guilty that we’ve done something bad when we get sick
  • Why women’s menstrual cycles are more than preparing to have babies
  • What is a ritual that women can do during their menstrual cycle to bring forth wisdom for the community
  • How can the Queen Bee metaphor, Mother Cow metaphor, and Dragon Queen metaphor help us in these times

Host: Justine Willis Toms      Interview Date: 11/13/2013      Program Number: 3486

ON New Dimensions | January 14, 2014 | 5:00 am

Illness As A Message From The Soul with Christine Page, M.D.

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Christine Page suggests there is an underlying psychological and emotional component to illness, and this makes up the soil of the body. Page believes illness is a lived experience of the mind/body/spirit and not just a physiological episode. When working with someone, she asks herself, “What is the underlying disturbance and disharmony that is going on in these tissues that allow a virus to get in?” She looks at the emotional keys that unlock the genetic status and agrees with biologist Bruce Lipton, who talks about the cell membrane being the interface between the inner and outer world. This is where beliefs reside and influence our interactions with the world. Page advises us to tend the soil of our body and says, “Your soil is made up of your belief systems, your perceptions.” As a medical doctor, it is her experience that illness isn’t just a physiological episode. She tells us to listen to the intuitive messages from our soul telling us it is time to change. When we keep ignoring these messages, our bodies will stop us in our tracks by getting sick. She advises us to not get sick in the first place but if we do, rather than trying to fix the illness, see it as a message to change. She also shares her research on the divine feminine and how a woman’s moon cycle is much more than just preparing the way to get pregnant. It is about bringing forth the powerful energies of creativity, connectivity, and transformation. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)

 

Bio

Christine Page, M.D., received her medical degree from the University of London in 1978. She’s an international seminar leader on healing and empowerment. In 1984, she founded one of the first integrative health centers within the British National Health Service, followed by a highly successful holistic private practice which included homeopathy, counseling and energy-related medicine. She also began a 10-year educational career, teaching doctors, nurses and other medical personnel about complementary therapies including mind/body and energy medicine. She became a well-known bridge builder and played an important role in the acceptance of alternative therapies in the British Health System.

She is the author of:

To find out more about the work of Christine Page, M.D. go to www.christinepage.com.

Topics explored in this dialogue include: 

  • Christine’s story of her own healing from breast cancer
  • How do our emotions and beliefs influence our health
  • What are some environmental reasons for illness
  • How illness isn’t the problem but is the solution
  • Why we should not feel guilty that we’ve done something bad when we get sick
  • Why women’s menstrual cycles are more than preparing to have babies
  • What is a ritual that women can do during their menstrual cycle to bring forth wisdom for the community
  • How can the Queen Bee metaphor, Mother Cow metaphor, and Dragon Queen metaphor help us in these times

Host: Justine Willis Toms      Interview Date: 11/13/2013      Program Number: 3486

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