Your entire life is led by your beliefs. And what if those beliefs are not accurate?
Your beliefs, thoughts and words are constantly shaping the world you live in. As a result, you can literally change your life by changing your way of thinking and speaking, as well as your intentions and beliefs.
Your view of yourself, others and the world around you is the core of your belief system. These views are not about science or proofs; they are about personal choice. This is a major choice that won’t directly impact your career, your wealth or social status, but it will impact the core meaning and purpose of all these.
Since you always draw your power from the deepest reality you are aware of, this choice will have a deeply important impact on your health and on the quality of your life. Moreover, the best results a therapy has to offer always comes out of the therapeutic approach that you trust the most.
When it comes to choosing the view of yourself, you can either “invent” yourself, or you can choose and adopt one of the three most well-known existential models.
If the world you perceive is Euclidean and despiritualized, you may adopt the allopathic model and see yourself as a sophisticated, linear and predictable chemical machine. You may see yourself in terms of chemical reactions and equations, in terms of chemical elements, molecules, proteins, cholesterol, fat, minerals, hormones, chemical transmitters, etc. The advantage with this model is the apparent simplicity. So, when you are ill, since according to this model all dysfunctions are caused by a chemical imbalance, the logical repair solution for this model would be to use a chemical input aimed at rebalancing “the machine.” This model is symptomatic and, at best, it will eventually ease the symptoms rather than the causes of your imbalances. The main weakness of this model is that it views humans as purposeless, soulless and spiritless chemical machines, or merely the result of a natural, selective evolution.
Or, if your worldview is mathematical, and the space of your reality is geometric, you can adopt Ulric Neisser's cognitive model and see yourself as an intelligent, programmable supercomputer. According to this model, emotions are nothing but a kind of byproduct of your cognitive brain. Since almost all the known physical illness and imbalances are psychosomatic, (meaning that emotions are triggering, worsening or even causing physical illnesses,) the solution to health would appear to be a cognitive learning process, aimed at improving your cognitive functions and consequently to rebalance whatever health imbalances might have occurred. Similar to the previous model, the cognitive model views humans as purposeless, soulless and spiritless, programmable and sophisticated bio-cybernetic machines.
Or, you can adopt the spiritual model and perceive yourself as a kind of an eternal spirit with a human experience, rather than an evolved, intelligent ape. An advantage in adopting this model is that you’ll not only defeat your inborn fear of death, but you’ll have the opportunity of a healthier life by granting yourself the privilege of accessing the resources of all three available levels of healing. So, when you’re in need of improving or regaining your health, you can either access a form of spiritual healing, which is aimed at restoring your spiritual, emotional and physical well-being, or you can access a form of emotional healing, which is aimed at restoring your emotional and consequently your physical health. Or, you can take advantage of one of the various allopathic, herbalist or natural remedies to address your organic or physiological function imbalances from a materialistic perspective.
Health is not defined as simply the absence of illnesses. Health is a state of complete physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Healthy living involves steps, actions and strategies one puts in place to achieve an optimum health. Healthy living is about taking responsibility and making smart health choices for today and for the future. Your body is infinitely wise, with a natural, inborn instinct toward balance and health. By following certain natural principles, you allow your body to do what it does best, to maintain its own balance and health.
Developing healthy behaviour free of addictions, eating right, getting physically fit and building your emotional and spiritual wellness, are all a part of planning a healthy lifestyle. The vital ingredients to a happy life are meaning, purpose, love and success. All these aspects of yourself must work in harmony, and you need to put balanced energy into each of them in order to achieve the optimal state of well-being.
Living in love, in truth and in accordance with your needs is the pathway to life’s fulfillment. When you live for your desires, you feed your ego, and thus you enter a vicious circle of self-disappointment and sufferance, because the ego is, by its nature, always insatiable.
Your body holds infinite wisdom, with a natural instinct toward balance and health. Trust it. Trust your intuition and your instincts.
Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit.
Health is the natural achievement of healthy living.
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