The wellness philosophy is made up of major life areas that work together to create and build a more whole and complete way of living. Each aspect involves achieving an optimal level of functioning in that area, and contributes towards improving quality of life. Each aspect is interconnected and directly affects and impacts the others.
Express gratitude and count your blessings each and every day. Start by making a list of all the things to be grateful for in your life. Review the list daily and you'll start to feel grateful and thankful about the good things and lose focus of your problems and what you don't have. Express gratitude for everything you've have now and for the accomplishments of those goals and desires yet to come.
Begin each day with positive thoughts and feelings of gratitude for all the good people, good experiences and things you already have and that will come into your life.
What does it take to become the person you have the potential to be in life?
Have a goal or a dream that you care about. You have to want to do it, or be afraid not to do it.
Self-discipline, willpower, and emotional control go hand-in-hand. You need willpower and emotional control to have self-discipline. Achieving self-discipline is about maintaining control or consistency of small things that pave the way for bigger things.
Yes, all pain is in the brain. The brain is the control center and pain is like a complicated alarm system that is set to protect you and tell you when something needs attention. Without pain, we may not realize that there is a problem needing attention. The brain’s job is to analyze all the information it receives from all of our senses and determines what kind of pain to give, how much pain to give, or whether or not to give us pain at all.
The amount of pain we experience is unrelated to the severity of the injury.
Energy healing is a broad term used for any type of healing that restores and balances the natural flow of life energy force within and around our body.
Popular energy healing techniques include Reiki, Medical Qigong, Hands of Light, Quantum Touch®, EMF Balancing Technique®, Chios, Healing Touch, Therapeutic Touch, Jing-Qi-Shen®, Pranic Healing, Hands-on Healing, Jin Shin Jyutsu, to name a few.
Does everyone have internal life energy force?
When it comes to losing weight, fad diets usually don't work. You might have success on the diet for a period of time that you're on it, but more often than not, the weight comes back when you completed the program. A good solution is to follow a sensible, healthy eating plan that can be maintained for a lifetime. Begin by making a few small but significant changes such as reducing your intake of sugar, salt, and fat, eat more fiber, and include at least five servings of fresh fruit and vegetables a day.
Before we discuss bio-energy healing, we should go over some information about energy, matter, and the human body. Scientists have shown us through quantum physics, that everything at a subatomic level is pure energy. Energy is the building block of all matter, regardless of what the matter is. Everything from humans, to animals, to rocks, trees, buildings, etc., is basically made out of energy vibrating at its own unique speed (frequency), and strength (amplitude). The main difference that distinguishes things apart from each other is how fast or how slow the energy matter is vibrating. For example, the difference between water, ice and steam is their energy vibration speed.
Human beings tend to survive and thrive better in groups then in isolation.
We are social animals by nature, and social wellness is an important key aspect of achieving happiness, success, and maintaining a well-rounded and well-balanced lifestyle.
Improve your social wellness skills and improve your life.
Social wellness reflects the status of your current relationships, social network, and social skills. Social skills reflect your ability to communicate, interact, facilitate, and persuade others, without undue conflict, problems, or disharmony.
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