Friday, June 16, 2017

H O L I S M... at its best...

H O L I S M ...

YES... H O L I S M at its best... The APOGEE Paradigm™ The practices put forth by APOGEE Acu-Tone™... the integration of Ancient Egyptian, Classical Chinese Medicine, and YOGA Science... Restorative Frequencies delivered by pure acoustic sounding instruments, tuning forks of medical grade bell quality steel, in the sounding spectrum of nerve plexus vibrations, applied to spine, cranium points, acupuncture points and meridian pathways. This in practice since the founding of APOGEE Learning™ in 1983.


The theory that parts of a whole are in intimate interconnection, such that they cannot exist independently of the whole, or cannot be understood without reference to the whole, which is thus regarded as greater than the sum of its parts. Holism is often applied to mental states, language, and ecology.

The treating of the whole person, taking into account mental, emotional and social factors, rather than just the physical symptoms of a disease.

1920s: from holo- ‘whole’ + -ism; coined by J. C. Smuts to designate the tendency in nature to produce organized “wholes” (bodies or organisms) from the ordered grouping of units. 
(Source: Goggle Search)

Yes, we are parts, yet an integrated whole. To respect the whole, we are to be mindful of the structure,  form and functions of the parts, to respect the parts we are to appreciate their structure, form and functions in creating the whole. HOLISM is the art and science of respect for the knowing intelligence of Creation.  YES, APOGEE Acu-Tone™Dynamic Holism...  Cell signaling of parts to wholes for the GOOD of the ONE. 
Rose Marie Raccioppi
APOGEE Acu-Tone™

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For more information or to arrange a consultation contact:
Rose Marie Raccioppi, MS FABI
Founder Director
APOGEE Acu-Tone™
Vibrational Sound Therapy
Tappan, New York
toll free: 1-866-228-8663
A Post Script... As Science,  As Art,  As Poetic Expression ...

H O L I S M ... the call of...

Manifest... the art of BEING... the wholeness of Grace... 

Rose Marie Raccioppi
Poet Laureate
Orangetown, New York

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