The approach of Western Medicine can blame impotency on the physical or mental, but does this allow for expedient healing?
“…if a person is categorised as “physically impotent”, for the person, it is if everyone can see it. Again, how can this help?”
“The concept of impotency needs a delicate approach.”
Impotency is an issue with intimate relations, but it may not necessarily express itself as a physical limitation. A person can be physically intimate with a partner, but be unable to be emotionally or metally contribute to the relationship.
The Medicine Women (the Mothers) approach the treatment of this issue from levels of physical, emotional, mental and spirit, allowing for a flow of therapy that does not become limited to a fixed set of parameters. Limits don’t serve, a conceptual approach comes to things like a sphere, if one part of that sphere becomes set, it detrimentally affects the remaindering parts-of-the-whole.
A wholistic conceptual approach allows aspects of the being to the possibilities of share contribution to the situation, offering the being. the lovely Human Being, new possibilities of healing and awareness. This frees up the possibilities and enables one to follow many limitless pathways of healing and “everything gets the opportunity for healing.”