Your Weekly Wellness Walk
With the blog, I have a concept of what I want to accomplish over the next several months. The information I want to present, are things I’ve been utilizing in my practice and in my personal life. I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a PowerPoint presentation, a lecture series and even a book, for many years. The blog jut happens to be the medium I’ve chosen to convey the information. My concept, regardless of medium, has always been about exacting a change in Body, Mind, and Soul. Having those three components in their proper alignment can lead to abundant health, unlimited prosperity, and most important of all, an inner peace.
The first series of blogposts we’re going to focus on the body. We’ll talk about diet, what to eat, what to avoid, and the effects of doing both. We’ll talk about doctor’s who are using food as medicine, utilizing concepts like autophagy, intermittent fasting, and nurturing your bodies ability to create its own stem cells! We’ll touch on exercise, and then take a deep dive into nutritional supplements, herbal remedies, and even some homeopathy. The idea behind the Body part of Body, Mind, and Soul is to get the machine part of ourselves functioning optimally.
The next series of blogposts will deal with the mind. No matter how high your level of nutrition is, regardless of how “clean” you eat, if your mind is toxic, your body will eventually be that way too. During these posts we’re going to steal a lot of useful information from people like Bob Proctor and a chiropractor by the name of Thurman Fleet. Fleet developed a model of the mind that enables people to visualize and bridge the gap between the conscious and subconscious minds. It sounds very metaphysical, but speakers like Bob Proctor have taken Fleet’s concepts and turned them into a science. Having a sound mind and body will lead us into the part of the triad I like to call the Soul.
When we get to the blogposts focusing on the Soul, we’ll get into things like infinite intelligence, and how the subconscious mind can be programmed to tap into reservoirs of knowledge people don’t even realize they have. We’ll also talk about paradigms and how clusters of habits form our personality and influence the way we experience our world. The final part of our discussions on the soul will get into some of the “nuts and bolts” tenets of chiropractic. The way chiropractic adjustments reinforce the instructions that our brains give to our bodies.
That is a good roadmap of where to start with all of this. There is a lot of information, and taking a Body, Mind, and Soul approach makes sure that all the bases get covered when it comes to health, and human achievement. The idea behind this blog is to share information that has been out there for decades. To pool from the best sources and create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. None of this information should be misconstrued as medical advice. The mentality should be that this is a starting point, a springboard for lack of a better term, to prompt people to investigate these concepts. Please go into it with an open mind. Look where the finger is pointing, instead of biting it off. If we can go into this with these ground rules, then it should be a fun and informative journey. I’m looking forward to it!