As the Benefactor inspired to create a healing solution as my primary mission, I want to insure the success of the “Healing Center” enterprise. I will hire a director and we’ll figure out the best way to fund the different aspects of what it will look like. We may fund a business that has and offers treatment with certain healing machines. Another funding may be for a business of Core Issues therapists. We may fund a business of massage therapists, of crystal healers, a yoga and chi gong master, a chiropractor business, a doctor office business and so on. All of these businesses could be housed in one building.


It’s possible that an arriving patient will be interviewed by a Core Issue Therapist. Their file would list who addresses the healing of each of the four bodies. She would schedule a doctor checkup. He might recommend the EES machine treatment, and a massage therapist, crystal healing, a spiritual advisor, etc. The funding will pay the salary of these healers, with free office space. Therefore, all the various treatments will be free.



(Physical, Emotional, Mental and Spiritual)


Although the Alliance MedBed will repair, heal and even rebuild all issues associated with the physical body, it doesn’t address the other three of our four bodies: the emotional, mental and spiritual bodies. Full healing requires a balancing of the Four Bodies. Healing all four bodies is what makes an individual raise their vibration to assist in their ascension-process. So, while the MedBed focuses on healing the physical body, our energy frequency healers will work on the other bodies. For example:


Perhaps a very “spiritual” person gets into an argument with their partner and they split up. This man might go into obsessive thinking, trying to figure out what happened, wanting to talk it out with her, but the expression of his mental gymnastics only ends in the final rejection. He then becomes emotionally distraught, cries, and gets angry, and then goes out and gets drunk. In his drunken stupor he falls and breaks an arm and has to go to the hospital to have it set. Even thought all four bodies had been greatly compromised, the only obvious indication of a problem the next day at work, beyond his coverup act, is his broken arm.


If the truth were to be told, the person may have blamed God for screwing up his life, and he’s now pissed off, depressed, for weeks or months trying to make sense of what happened, but mostly he’s totally screwed up mentally, emotionally and spiritual. Besides the obvious broke arm.  And then is surprised when he gets sick.


Each of our four bodies should be balanced; each making up 25% of our wholeness: in order to integrate health, wellness, and understanding of our entire being. Two of the bodies are masculine (physical, mental), and two are feminine (emotional, spiritual), which further underlines why so many of us are out of whack, since our culture generally emphasizes the masculine. When we are solely in our masculine, we are focused on the physical and mental side of things—the doing and the accomplishing, the yang and linear parts of our life experience. This is a very black and white way of thinking, which ignores everything that isn’t concrete or seemingly controllable. The feminine, being emotional and spiritual, is what synthesizes our experience and is the practice of being in the now and present; feeling the moment. Religion should not be confused with what it means to be in our spiritual body.


Our ultimate goal at the Cabo Holistic Healing Center should be to help the patient to balance all four bodies.


We will not be affiliated with any Religious organization, New Age philosophy, or guru teachings.  Without teaching our staff should express a knowing that God is Love and that love makes it real.  Love is the juice which makes healing possible. However it’s conveyed, everyone must not forget that the spiritual body is as important as the other three. Our clients must realize that healing occurs when they feel a form of unity with a higher force/energy. It’s that greater energy which creates the force for healing to occur. Most important, by our guiding the client into balance, they hopefully will realize that they are worthy and whole beyond measure.





Physical Body


What it is: Just as it sounds: Our skin and everything under the skin, the brain, the organs, and everything between the ears. It is the skeletal system, fascia, organs, and blood, veins, and ligaments. We usually know when our physical body is full or not, hurt or not, happy or not, healthy or not. The signs are visible and generally recognizable. Our western medical culture places a lot of emphasis on this body and that it not experience pain or discomfort.

What it represents: Our physical experience in the world, our physiology, our ability to heal.

How the physical body should behave when balanced: We feel open, flexible and healthful, our vitamin and mineral elements should be balanced, and we should be free of pain, toxicity, and acidity.

Masculine or Feminine: Masculine

Quality of someone under-balanced toward physical: The body ages more rapidly, breaks down more easily, and loses elasticity. Organ function is disrupted, there are issues with absorption and elimination, and there’s a feeling of tightness, heaviness, and stress on our skeletal frame.

Qualities of someone over-balanced toward physical: There’s too much focus on physical strength, beauty, and anti-aging. There’s also doubt that the body can heal itself, and an over-reliance on outside factors like drugs, surgeries, and injections to bring the body’s radiance and worth back. There’s a tendency to bypass elements of nature (whole food, water, air quality, yin time, quiet, physical touch, uninhibited sexual experience, balanced movement) for the sake of the fast and immediate.

How to bring the physical into balance:
 Simple movements and slow, balanced repetitive sequences, meditation, walking, massage, barefoot or bare hand earth play (dirt, water, soil, sand), yoga, stretching, and weight bearing exercises that let you feel the strength in your own body and the union of all things physical.

Our physical body is the only tangible body of the four. It represents our physical experience in this lifetime and it is through it that our spirituality, emotions and thoughts flow. Therefore the physical body, is a good indicator of how things are going in all areas of our life and at each level of our selves (spiritual – mental – emotional).

If we listen to our body, it will tell us if something is right or wrong. Our physical body is affected either in a positive or in a negative way by what directly goes into it (food, exercise…) but also by our thoughts and our emotions.

A balanced physical body is open, flexible, balanced, full of vitality, has all the vitamins and minerals it needs, functions well, is free of pain, is not acidic and is free of toxicity.

Emotional Body


What it is: The nervous system, hormones, touch, water and water release (tears), and water absorption (bloating or clutching from not letting go, feelings of lack, and trying to hold onto/control things too closely). Some believe that the emotional body extends a few millimeters or inches around the body. How we are doing emotionally is represented by how calm or rough the waters are in our thoughts and our dream state.

What it represents: As the bridge between the physical and the mental, it is where our experience of the world is synthesized and interpreted. It represents our feelings and relationship to all things (i.e., how we react, interpret, and respond to situations and outside energies, particularly anything that’s not factual—like how we feel when people look at us in a certain way, or how we respond to something they might say, etc.). The connection between the mental-emotional body is the reason why there are always different sides to a story or situation—if the bodies are unbalanced, those situations can be greatly misread and misunderstood. When balanced, it represents centering and acting from the heart space.

How the emotional body should behave when balanced: Inclusive, empathetic, open, honest, less or non-judgmental toward others, and generous with help. There is a desire to give without expecting or wishing to receive something in return. Cortisol, insulin, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone will be more balanced and even, blood sugar is more regulated, the heart beat even and slow, and blood pressure balanced. The body does not retain water, nor is the body over-dehydrated.

Masculine or Feminine: Feminine

Quality of someone under-balanced toward emotional: A general lack of emotional intelligence, trust, and very little intuition or ability to read and understand people. There’s also a lot of fear and neuroses, as well as concern for the self and less empathy for the experience of others. This can manifest physically as holding water in the limbs, joints, and face (especially from hormone imbalance), dehydration or bloating, inflexibility, and joint stiffness. Lack of sleep from emotional stress presents similar symptoms. Mentally, it manifests as self-doubt, projection, and thinking others have a better life, which again, causes us to lose sleep and increases the physical symptoms of imbalance. Ultimately, it means that we are not using the mental or physical body, either by talking ourselves down to a point of being rational, or using the lungs and breath to calm the heartbeat.

Qualities of someone over-balanced toward emotional: Oversaturated, passive then quickly aggressive, obsessive, irrational, extremely irritated, depressed, overly anxious, often with feelings of drowning or hopeless conclusion of relationships or situations. This can manifest as weight gain (even while dieting) and too much water in the aura and system, where the body is behaving like a sponge. Alternately, if someone over-fires their nervous system, one can dry out the emotional body, which also manifests as being under-weight, dehydrated, or desiccated. Hormones are key to our health. The heart might feel heavy and the menstrual cycle might be heavy as well. The throat may feel closed, which also adversely affects hormones.

How to bring the emotional into balance: Anything that releases emotion, tension, stress, and anxiety—this will create clear, running waters with fewer rocks or less damning of the stream. Depending on the person this might require something like meditation, dance cardio, a comedy club, or breathing techniques. Ultimately, the emotional body comes into great balance when we learn how important it is to balance our hormones. Yoga, especially restorative and hatha, sauna, light detoxing or fasting (with adrenal and liver support), more touch and intimacy are key. Forgiveness and acts of forgiveness are also crucial. Learning the value of emotional intelligence and not only mental intelligence is central to empathetic and adrenal wellness.

The emotional body is the sum of all our emotional experiences. It is our nervous system, hormones, touch, water absorption and release (tears).

It is where we hold our hurtful experiences and the attached emotions and feelings like anger, sadness, jealousy, fear, guilt, resentment, shame etc.. These are stored like memories in the subconscious and unconscious mind and can become emotional blocks.

Our deep wounds will typically be located at this level, in our emotional body. If we aren’t aware of these emotional wounds and have not yet healed them, the negative energies they emit will influence our lives and drag us down, making us prisoners of our emotions.

Since energy flows from the mental to the emotional body, it can be blocked by emotional wounds from the past, creating anxiety, stress, more anger and all this can also impact our physical body.

Sometimes, when we react in a way we are not used to, that doesn’t seem like us, the reactions are due to these emotional blocks that lie within us. We are often brought to situations and people that will trigger something inside us, and open up those wounds again. This can be very painful, but it is our chance to face these wounds and to heal them.

The emotional body also stores positive feelings like abundance, love, freedom, joy etc. When we heal our emotional wounds we are then free to enter a state of joy and love.



Mental Body


What it is: Our thoughts, attitudes, judgments, and prejudices—also how we perceive our worth and value in the world. Some believe it is about a foot out in diameter from the physical body, some feel it is inches.

What it represents: All things intellectual, including analytical thought, how we process information, how we learn in school, and how we use our words. Also includes focus, clarity, direction, and contributions to creation and society. It is a key element in thoughts becoming reality.

How the mental body should behave when balanced: Proactive problem solving, concise communication, innovations coming into fruition with clarity and ease, and the ability to solve emotional or physical issues in a direct and supportive way. There’s very little waste, nonsense, or going around in circles. Instead, a balanced mental body offers direction that points true north (and benefits everyone).

Masculine or Feminine: Masculine

Quality of someone under-balanced toward mental: Confusion, brain fog, ideas lost quickly, lethargy, lack of purpose, neuroses, doubt, a lack of work ethic, feelings of low esteem and low worth. Physically, it manifests as a lack of a menstrual period and little self-care.

Qualities of someone over-balanced toward mental: Ego-centric, excessively driven, sociopathic, narcissistic, and having little or no empathy especially when it comes to work or success. In a less extreme way, it’s doing too much or frequently being on overdrive. This manifests physically in headaches and jaw aches.

How to bring the mental into balance: Kundalini yoga, moderate cardio, talk therapy with an emotionally intelligent leader, and being in touch with emotions and spirituality for balance. The type of person living mostly in the mental body tends to overthink and overdrive, and doesn’t let go of emotional strife or forgive easily or often. They might need to re-root (i.e., work through old emotional issues from the first years of life) and often need a mental release, which most frequently comes from strong emotional support or handing the reins over to a mentor who can lead them through positive thought mantras or positive stress releasing actions.

Our mental self is formed of thoughts as well as beliefs, desires, values, goals and opinions. It is how we process information, how we learn and focus.

This mental body is formed of two parts : our little or ego based mind and our divine mind. The egoic mind is meant to be a tool that we can use in our favor to create our own beautiful reality (setting intentions, goals, planning,..) . We are meant to turn it on only when we need it and then back off to live from a place of presence in the divine mind. However, this concept has been lost and we now mostly operate from our ego based mind, which is always on and has become an incessant chatter, exhausting and loud.

Spiritual Body


What it is: Connection to all things, including the earth/self, to what we call God, the universe, the beyond, the divine, or higher self. This provides protection, union, help, and guidance from an outside source as well as from those who have passed on. It connects us to all that is. Many do not understand or acknowledge this aspect exists. It has little to do with what we believe culturally when it comes to religion or spirits—it is more the element that no one and no situation stands alone, that there is no one fault, that we are all connected, and that it always takes more than one body to create all that exists in life. It is the most outside ring in our aura or energetic field.

What it represents: The unity of all living things, including the union between our soul, life experience, and destiny. This is not about going to church. In fact, it has little to do with religion.

How the spiritual body should behave when balanced: Calm, fearless, highly creative, and operating without limits—paired with the fortitude and support to create action from ideas. Along with this comes the acknowledgement that there’s a higher force guiding and protecting the project, and that there is something bigger at play than you. The spiritual body represents the synthesis and balance of the other three—it is very similar to the idea that we are greater than the sum of our parts.

Masculine or Feminine: Feminine

Quality of someone under-balanced toward spiritual: Disconnected from the understanding that we are all one and feeling or thinking that we can do things on our own or alone. That we are not co-creating our existence, that we are victims of fate (or the health care system, the government, or the media) and most often (or entirely) dismissive of listening to the gut. This person generally separates from being an active or conscious member of community or society, and feels deserving and expectant of others’ energy or time. They also feel left out, or like they have not been seen or heard. There’s also a tendency to put a high emphasis on how things look or how they appear instead of focusing on transparency and honest heart communication. There’s also a heavy focus and over-reliance on doing, controlling, and the grasping of an exterior reference or relationship.

Quality of someone over-balanced toward spiritual: Head in the clouds, not turning ideas into reality, a false god complex, a lack of unity between action and behavior, a lack of connection to interpersonal responsibilities (relationships, physical health and wealth, respecting other people’s bodies, paying bills, debts). There is generally a feeling of entitlement and being overly deserving.

How to bring the spiritual into balance: Meditation, meditation, meditation. Breath work. Gratitude, humbleness, generosity and the act of giving—seeing others as you see (or wish to see) yourself, and acting accordingly. Also it’s key to connect personal gain with universal oneness, and to understand that heaven is within, that you are always in caring company, and no one physically holds your key to ultimate, consistent joy.

Our spiritual body is our connection to something bigger. Whether you choose to call it the Universe / God / Source / Higher Self / Love / Life etc. really doesn’t matter and would be missing the point! It is our ability to receive guidance and to surrender to something bigger than ourselves. A lot of people do not understand this and might not even acknowledge it. This aspect is not really about religion or cultural beliefs, rather about our oneness, the fact that we are all connected. This is our true essence.

Our spiritual body contains energy that it transmits to our mental body. When we are in touch with our spirituality, when our spiritual self is balanced, we tend to be calm, to not give into our fears, we feel the presence of love everywhere and trust in our higher power. We can manifest everything we need in life effortlessly.

The spiritual self is never really hurt or wounded, it is not out of balance, rather it is us that are out of alignment with it, and by being disconnected to our spirituality, we often create mental blocks (that keep the energy from flowing from the spirit to the mind).