Playfulness and Health

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in Fun and health, Healthy Practices, Mind-Body | 0 comments

Playfulness and Health

What is playfulness? If you’re reaching for the dictionary on this word, toss it aside! Playfulness can’t be described with words. It’s a feeling, and it’s one that can easily be neglected in this world and in health. How is playfulness good for your health?

When you’re playful, you’re appreciating the lightness that can be experienced in your life. This lightness naturally supports a balanced body and mind, gets you

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No Such Thing as Perfect Health

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Everyday health, Facing Challenges, What is Health | 0 comments

No Such Thing as Perfect Health

Is there such a thing as perfect health?

Well, is there such a thing as a perfect person? The answer to both questions is:  NO. Human beings go through real life, real challenges, unexpected events, and uncertainty. During this lifetime, there is no such thing as perfect health.

The way health is depicted in the medical community and media can sometimes be misleading in this respect.

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Only You Can Do It

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Independence, Inspire Health, Practice Health, Strength | 0 comments

Only You Can Do It

There are certain things in life that only you can do. Want to turn your health around? Only you can do it. Have a desire to reduce stress? It’s up to you. Have you been thinking about improving your sleep, losing weight, clearing up your skin, or eating healthier? Again, all signs point to you. While you may find resources out there to help you along the way, the first step to getting what you want in health or any other area is the

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The Guilt of Going for It

Posted by on Sep 18, 2013 in Expression, Facing Challenges, Guilt, Practice Health | 0 comments

The Guilt of Going for It

Have you ever wanted something for yourself, and then felt guilty about wanting it?

It could be an interest, a goal, a dream, a win, or just about anything. It’s common to want something and to experience guilt or fears of backlash about it. You might even wonder whether life will somehow punish you for following your dreams. The guilt and fear can snowball into a superstitious belief that going for what you want is taboo and dangerous. Sound familiar? Let’s look at

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Health and Your Inner Teacher

Posted by on Aug 26, 2013 in Facing Challenges, Learning, Mind-Body, Practice Health | 0 comments

Health and Your Inner Teacher

When you travel the halls of your memory, who do you remember as your most influential teachers? How did these teachers influence your life and change it for the better? Great teachers spark more than math, literature, or science in your life. They spark something else as well, something deeper and long-lasting that stays with you. As an individual living your life, you have another teacher you may not have touched on in your memory. That teacher is you! When you’re trying to get healthy

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Health is Wealth

Posted by on Aug 24, 2013 in Inspire Health, Practice Health, What is Health | 0 comments

Health is Wealth

What is wealth? The word “wealth” can quickly trigger images of money, cars, savings and bonds, and whatever else can be accumulated with currency. But how often does the word “health” pop into someone’s mind when thinking about the meaning of wealth? These two words do rhyme, and that is often the extent of the similarities seen between them. But health is wealth!

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What Does It Mean to Be Strong?

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 in Mind-Body, Practice Health, Strength | 0 comments

What Does It Mean to Be Strong?

Strength is a useful quality in life. It helps us persevere, show toughness in the face of adversity, and survive as individuals. We, like all living creatures, are a part of nature and toughness helps us in a world where we don’t always have control over what happens to us. It helps us get what we want, including what we want in our health. Though strength is desirable in life, at times it can be tempting to unnaturally “wear” or force it in order to block out other uncomfortable feelings.

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