A human being is more than just a body and a mind. We are actually composed of five dimensions of life energy. When those energies are out of balance within us, illness is created. When they are in balance, we are living as full human beings, vital and expressing our life’s purpose.

In my practice, I make the assumption that you want to take full responsibility for your health, and will do so, with my support. You decide how deeply you want to go with the healing: to relieve surface symptoms, to explore the underlying cause of the symptoms, or to pursue what’s required for your deepest healing.

All physical ailments originate in the spirit. This is why I’ve developed an additional method of support that works in conjunction with acupuncture treatments. I call it Dispositional Healing.

Dispositional Healing

Over the years, I have learned that behind every illness, behind every disease, lurks a monster I call “disposition."

We create our dispositions in order to survive in our harsh non-consensual world. We may survive, but we’re not truly living.

When we act from disposition, we are away from (“dis”) our right place (“position”), which is to stand upright between heaven and earth. When we do not stand upright, we create a kind of hell. (“Dis” is also the Latin word for Pluto, the god of the dead and the ruler of the underworld in Roman mythology.)

If we want to make the transition from mere survival into truly living, if we want to get to the bottom of our physical ailments and our spiritual dissatisfaction with life, we need to listen to our bodies and our emotions. Knowing how we feel sheds light on our dispositions and reveals how we tyrannize ourselves.

Next, we need to know what to do with the information we receive from our bodies and our feelings. In the treatment room and in phone sessions, I provide tools, if asked, to help a patient move beyond disposition. I call this work Dispositional Healing.

Stuart, we talk much more than you know. When I am not sure what to do, I ask you (though we are a thousand miles apart) what I should do and I hear, “How does it feel?” or “Does it feel right?” I then get a better perspective of what is happening.
— A. Yero