I have had difficulty in the past holding onto a vision. I let what I see, what my eyes are telling me, dictate my reality but that only brought the same unwanted reality. I’ve learned (the hard way) that when we want something, especially during the moment we are experiencing a pain, an ache, or a discomfort it can be very challenging to hold that vision. Yet we must.
Because the moment we let that vision go, something else will take its place. That’s because where there is an empty space, we tend to fill it with something, so if there is no vision, guess what we’ll be filling it with? Exactly, whatever is currently going on in our life at that moment.
When You Hold Your Dream Long Enough Without Interrupting It, Guess What’s Going To Happen?
We, humans, are creatures of habit. We tend to repeat the same old ways of being. The way we think, the way we speak, the way we engage and interact, the way we take care of ourselves or don’t…
One of the reasons we are “the same old same” is because we may have never taken the time to clarify what we want.
Positive Thinking is not a cliché although it sounds like a fairy tale and not something that is really doable in everyday life. There are great benefits to your health and well being when you do train yourself to think in a positive way. I know it sounds nice when you read it, and you may already find your brain saying: “Yea, right, easier said than done.” But that’s not positive thinking, and by thinking like that, you are preventing great things from coming into your life and improving it, on many different levels.
Negative Thoughts Are Negative Emotions
and Positive Thoughts Are Positive Emotions.
I’ve seen both in my own personal life and in my work with clients. Over and over again, people look for answers for their ailments. They go from one doctor to another, from one therapist to another, and engage with different practitioners. They try this and that diet, different supplements, exercises, and other remedies. Even though they learn a lot and they progress; the results they are seeking are not showing up in a way that they really feel they are healed, that they are free.
The reason why many people don’t get the results they are happy with is because…
They are looking at their (physical or emotional) problem, symptomatically – not from a holistic point of view. Yes, diet, exercise, sleep, and releasing toxins are all great and VERY important, but many times it’s not enough. And I personally know people, who are really good at all of the above; yet they are suffering from pains, from depression, from allergies, they are not making money, and their relationships are suffering.
Something that we all have in common, no matter where we are on the globe, no matter what time of the day it is or even season it is – NATURE. Nature is something that we can access freely whenever we choose to. You may need to travel a bit or maybe nature is right around the corner. Wherever it is, if you are not already spending time in nature on a regular basis, I hope that today's video will plant a healthy seed in your mind and inspire you to get going and spend time in nature.
“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery
—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought:
"This is what it is to be happy.”
― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar
As we dive deeper into our 16-part series away from pain and into freedom, and look at the different aspects of our well-being, reducing toxins and detoxifying are both essential keys in your healing.
I thought it would be fun to have a video blog where I can share with you about the STUFF that can clog us and bring us pain and discomfort.
So here we go:
Is Your Liver Working Hard?
Your Liver Is The Number One Detoxifying Organ. Every Chemical That You Inhale, Consume Or Put On Your Skin Must Get Filtered By Your Liver.
How many times have you tried to get into the habit of exercising only to discover that after a while, slowly but surely you let it go and exercise becomes just a memory instead of a way of living?
You know that to maintain good health, especially when you have pain, exercise is very important. It is important because when we exercise we release endorphins which help us to reduce pain and uplifts our mood, among many other benefits. So if you are not exercising regularly, then you are not contributing to your well-being.
If you believe that you should have a better exercise routine than you currently have, then you are not only going to enjoy this article but also you’ll have a great strategy to get yourself going and to keep going.
Does the food you eat support your health and well-being? Or not so much? Do you treat your body as a sacred temple or…not really? They say that we are what we eat. We all know they are right, aren’t they?
In this article I’m not going to talk about what food you should or shouldn’t eat, it’s not my field of expertise. If you need to learn more about which food is right for you and which is not, I included the contact info of my friend and colleague Karen Roth – Holistic Nutritionist, at the end of this article. You can subscribe to her newsletter and enjoy valuable nutritional information.
When We Sleep We Heal! Period. When we sleep our brains has the opportunity to restore, to recuperate, to reset, and to restart when morning comes. Your brain is a sophisticated computer and it needs to reboot at times to function better during the next day.
When your computer is not functioning well, something gets messed up, a software glitch in the program, the first thing you can do before seeking the help of an expert is to shut it down and then restart it. Many times the problem will resolve itself, not always, but that’s a good start.
In fact, it just happened to me today as I was planning to write this blog to you. I had to restart my computer a few times…
Lack Of Sleep Can Cause Weight Gain Of
2 Pounds (0.9 kg) In Under A Week.
I’ve never had an allergy. I could eat anything, go anywhere, I didn’t need to avoid or be careful that something would attack my body in any debilitating way. That is until the end of 2010, when I headed to the bathroom mirror because I woke up due to a strange feeling on my face. As I looked into the mirror, I discovered a dreadful reflection looking back at me.
Yep, a distorted face from an allergic reaction looked back at me from the mirror. It took me six months to completely figure out, resolve and heal my face; four of these months were painful and very debilitating.