You may have the perfect diet. It may comprise of good, wholesome organic cuisine, it may be gluten free, rich in home made nut milk, it may be sugar free, but still you feel unfulfilled with your lifestyle. This is primarily because you are not paying attention to other parts of your body and life.
Do you have angry thoughts? Do you have issues that involve money? Do you feel a little unworthy? Do you find it extremely hard to forgive? Do you constantly have thoughts surrounded by guilt, shame, hatred or sadness? Is your mind running in fifteen different directions all day?
No matter how many green smoothies you have, nothing will be able to rid your mind of thoughts that are negative. “What we think, we become”, this is what the Buddha once said. The brain goes through about 40,000-60,000 everyday, these filter down in to the body by way of physical actions and biochemical releases and show up as emotions.
If we wish to be truly healthy, we need to start with our mind. We need to think positive, be positive and have a stable root system like a strong tree. The tree will remain unhealthy if the root system is week and irrespective of how much nutrients you feed it.
You have to feed your mind positive thoughts, train it to think positive, be positive in order to live a happy and healthy life. How do you do this? Well, there are a number of ways. You could start by reading books that inspire positivity, you could practice yoga, you could practice brain exercises like puzzles and Sudoku and also practice meditation. Daily meditation can help in many ways, especially by improving your emotional state, it also helps in enhancing immunity, increases your brain’s potential to perceive more, do more and think right. It has also helped people alleviate stress causes by illnesses such as insomnia, depression, anxiety, cancer and MS.
Speak with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist or get in touch with a Homeopath to learn how the best way to stay healthy is to have a positive body and mind.