The esoteric teachings of the Kabbalah explain the relationship between the unchanging, eternal realm and the mortal and finite universe. The Kabbalah is not a religion but more a way of life. Healthful living practices combined with mystical knowledge.
Kabbalah has been defined in a number of ways. The origins of this esoteric philosophical doctrine are said to have their roots in the Jewish Tradition. After the end of the crusades in the 13th century many Christian soldiers returned to Europe purporting Cabbalistic traditions.
In modern times many health and well being practitioners observe and incorporate the healthful practices of the Kabala along with mystical teachings to empower strength and clarity. Cabbalistic teachings are said to provide the basis for good and healthful living.
The Tao practitioner is a person who creates awareness in patients about the underlying creator forces that pervade our universe. This is done through discussions about the philosophy of Taoism for the purpose of helping patients identify the un identifiable. Because Tao is It is not anything that can be described but more of an intuition and a path to follow which is an active way of being. One that understands the nature of things, people and nature itself. One which understands the natural order of things.
Through Tao a better standard of healthful living and fulfilment can be obtained.