|The Singapore Forum is closed|
Much like our beloved Nigel, the sewing circle is no longer in action. The Singapore Forum will be kept up so the wealth of information collected over the years can still be found and used, but there won't be anything new.
Thanks to everyone that made The Singapore Forum, in all it's guises, a fun, informative and comfortable place to hang out while dodging work.
The Singapore Forum Mourners Society can be found on FaceBook. Just click on the icon below.
Moderator: Singaporum Moderators
baloo wrote:Now there is a good reason to stay away from biopolis.
To holistic practitioners, a person is not just a body with physical parts and systems, but is a spiritual being as well. The mind and the emotions are believed to be connected to this spirit, as well as to the body. Holistic practitioners are truly alternative in the sense that they often avoid surgery or drugs as treatments, though they are quite fond of meditation, prayer, herbs, vitamins, minerals and exotic diets as treatments for a variety of ailments.
Morrolan wrote:The mind and the emotions are believed to be connected to this spirit, as well as to the body.
I am also sympathetic to other forms of healing, for example, homeopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, energy medicine, acupuncture, TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), massage and so on.
Fat Bob wrote:Hmmm...I'm definitely in trouble: half the time I'm out of my mind and many girls can attest to me having zero emotions!
Morrolan wrote:Fat Bob wrote:Hmmm...I'm definitely in trouble: half the time I'm out of my mind and many girls can attest to me having zero emotions!
yes, but it fits your holistic, aural profile as it relates to your natural psyche in interaction with the dangly bits of your yingyang.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest