As the new year approaches, many of us set new goals for ourselves to accomplish. We aim to eat more healthy. We put together a new exercise routine to implement for a physically stronger and better self.
Often times we forget about our minds and how they are truly connected to our bodies. Many think of the two as separate systems and that they function independently. Science, however, has proven that they are not two but one and every part of the body is the mind expressing itself through that part. When something goes wrong it is usually a combination of physical and emotional causes. There is strong belief in the statement ” As you think so you become”.
We truly are in charge of our attitudes and feelings but we cannot determine the outcome of every circumstance in life. WE DON’T CREATE OUR OWN REALITY BUT WE ARE RESPONSIBLE TO OUR REALITY. Like a ship on the ocean, we can’t direct the wind but we can adjust the sails. It is extremely important to guard our thoughts and the things that we allow to enter into our minds on a regular basis. It is equally important to make available “quiet time” to feel what your body is feeling in order to awaken our intuition. Partake of positive and healthy nutrition for our minds just as we do our bodies and counteract negative stresses in the form of mindful activities as we do with physical exercise for our bodies.
Here’s to a happy and healthy new year! Don’t forget to submit your story and why you feel you would enjoy experiencing a complimentary coaching course with Eden Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org. As a certified coach and wellness advocate, she strongly believes in paying it forward and is anxious to share the benefits of this course with you!