IBN TAYMIYYAH HOLISTIC HEALING AND LIFE COACHING
Spiritual Health and World Health Organization
The Constitution of the World Health Organization, which came into force on April 7, 1948, defined health “as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being.” The writers of the Constitution were clearly aware of the tendency of seeing health as a state dependent on the presence or absence of diseases: so they added to that definition that an individual, if he is to be considered healthy, should not suffer from any disease (….“and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” (Constitution of the World Health Organization. In: World Health Organization: Basic documents. 45th ed. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2005)
But later on in different occasion, there where additional domain that WHO recognized in additional to the Physical Domain. Spiritual Dimension is of them
Spiritual Dimension of Heath was in discussion and consideration of WHO from 1983 onwards.
But when its program "Health for All by 2000" of 1981 has failed by 1998; they proposed re-defining the definitions of health to include "Spirituality"
In 1998 WHO has considered and declared Spirituality, Religiousness and Personal Belief (SRPB) as a separate Domain of Quality of Health.
In addition to Physical, Mental and Social dimension they want to add "Spiritual" as the fourth dimensions as proposed in the above re-definitions.
Defining Traditional Medicine by WHO.
WHO formulated 100+132 = 132 Field-Test Instruments to assess the Spiritual Health.
Sixth Dimension: Spirituality, Religion and Personal Beliefs
Spiritual Therapies is well included in the definition of "Traditional and Complimentary Medical Practices"
Direct and Indirect Intangible Assets of Health - Spirituality, Religion and Personals Belief.
Recognition of Faith Healers and their services by WHO
Health Education through Religions - WHO