OIDA Therapy criteria of what is a healthy person

Respect and care for one’s own body as the mean for realizing one’s life purpose:

1. Has self-care habits.
2. Has good personal hygiene.
3. Follows a healthy and compassionate diet.
4. Does not intoxicate one’s body.
5. Is responsible for the management of one’s body and energy through healthy, disciplined sexual activity.
6. Does whatever physical activity is necessary to maintain one’s health.
7. Accepts one’s physical peculiarities and limitations, but always looks to improve one’s physical condition.
8. Chooses to live a simple life and, in a natural way, and lets go of commonplace and superficial habits.

One’s inner qualities show up as different degrees of goodness, acceptance, consideration, self-control, respect, compassion, sincerity, serenity, tolerance, humility etc.

1.   Recognizes oneself as a spiritual being.
2.   Accepts that one’s reality is part of a higher order.
3.   Is grateful for life and for the world.
4.   Acts in accordance with healthy, positive beliefs.
5.   Brings one’s expectations and desires in harmony with a lasting goal.
6.   Understands the law of cause and effect and freely accepts it.
7.   Accepts difficulties and problems as an opportunity to learn and grow.
8.   Tries voluntarily and consciously to overcome one’s negative qualities.
9.   Is willing to be an instrument of one’s healthy beliefs.

A healthy person creates a loving and fair relationship with society and other people in such a way that his or her behavior expresses consciousness in harmony with the environment.

1.   Has concern for the well-being of others and establishes respectful, loving, empathetic, tolerant relationships free of discrimination.
2.   Recognizes the world as an organic totality and accepts its divine nature.
3.   Makes oneself responsible for caring for one’s environment. Respects Mother Nature and avoids any actions that cause Her pain or mistreat and exploit Her.
4.   Has a feeling of solidarity with others who share the same beliefs.
5.   Defends the highest values even though one may be out of step with the customs of one’s socio-cultural milieu.
6.   Is a conscious consumer. Accepts responsibility for the consequences of one’s choices and tries to satisfy one’s needs in a responsible way.

a) Individual     

1.   Is able to detach oneself from the demands of one’s ego.
2.   Succeeds in monitoring and recognizing when one’s thought, words and deeds are coherent.
3.   Is able to go beyond one’s own opinions, ideas and impulses.
4.   Strongly opposes wrong behavior and negative influences.
5.   Develops humility in order to receive spiritual guidance or to commit to a mystical tradition.

b) Community

1.   Recognizes the existence of a higher reality.
2.   Is able to connect pre-logical and intuitive laws with higher reality.
3.   Seeks to make oneself useful through tasks that require dedication to a higher reality.
4.   Is able to form a feeling relationship with higher dimensions.
5.   Strengthens one’s faith by associating with others who share the same higher reality.
6.   Tries to help others to access the higher reality.
7.   Shares ideals which support awareness of the higher reality with one’s peers.

These parameters define a healthy person from a holistic, spiritual point of view. A therapeutic diagnosis is complementary to a conventional, clinical diagnosis because OIDA Therapy knows that the same being expresses itself differently in different spheres. It especially emphasizes the set of beliefs, the type of faith a person may have and his spiritual development, along with an evaluation of how congruent these are with some type of mystical tradition and revelation.

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