Human warmth

Today’s lifestyle makes us physically and emotionally cold


People living in large families or village communities and clans have a better chance of growing up within an intact cohesive social fabric where they quickly learn their role within the social structure.This knowledge about one’s value, the sense of belonging and the human warmth one receives in early childhood can significantly contribute to a person’s ability to relax. Relaxation always means: relaxed vessels, improved circulation and more warmth.This may not be apparent at first glance. Today’s society with its large cities, alienation, unemployment, homelessness, hectic lifestyle, crowded subway cars and traffic jams are a polar opposite to life in communities that are carried by human warmth. Life in an emotionally cold society dominated by greed and a dog-eat-dog mindset can contribute to the coldness within the human organism.The antidote for this is human warmth and affection – called humaness.


Excerpt from the book “Uwe Karstädt: 98.6° F – Ideal Body Temperature

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About Uwe Karstaedt

The German naturopath lives and works in Munich since 1986 and has published many bestselling books on health and alternative medicine. He is an inspiring speaker with a fascinatingly broad range of in depth knowledge about the basic principles of healing on all levels.

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