As a healthy reminder, The Meaning of Health brings to light how your level of intention is the key to the enduring success and enjoyment of all wholesome endeavours. Then, it directly reveals why your level of attention shapes the quality of your experience in good times and bad.
To avoid the false promise of a cookbook prescription, The Meaning of Health skirts around the how-to lecture, flashing a provocative why-to grin that reflects the wisdom-tools within yourself. When you know in your heart the meaning of health, then you will know what to do, and naturally do it with healing in mind.
The pay-off in facing the pain in your life is in the time and money saved on cosmetic cures. But don't take it on faith. Take a chance on this behind-the-scenes look at life's divine comedy of double entendres, double-takes, and catch-22s.
The Meaning of Health is a must read for anyone concerned with the well-being of children, students, or patients, because the purpose and love in your own life are all you really have to inspire and guide anyone else.
"It's never too late to be ahead of your time."
The Meaning of Health sees far beyond the mechanics of conventional and alternative health care. It values your decisions prior to your diagnosis and honours your perceptions long after your prognosis. It clearly points out that the purpose of facing unavoidable pain is to prevent needless suffering.
The Meaning of Health demands a higher context of all scientific, psychological, and spiritual evidence through deeper insights of body, mind, and soul. Then, it excavates the remains of the ancient wisdom and scientific concepts that tend to get lost in the translation.
Recognizing the inherent purpose in your own life assures you a sense of purpose in all of existence. This direct inner knowledge busts through the conflicting and confusing expert advice, making all problems and solutions a little more meaningful.
Feeling the unconditional love within your own nature affirms in you the benevolent support from all of nature. This mature inner love gives you a sense of belonging that lessens your longing, and looking for love in all the wrong places.
Taking responsibility for your own well-being gives you the courage to trust in your innate biological and spiritual healing. This internal strength eases the need for abusing any physical, financial, or authoritative power.
Recapturing your inner freedom releases your enslavement to neuroses, disabilities, and peer pressures, giving you hope for the possible and faith in the probable. This genuine joy also unlocks your sights from the limitations of others to freely see their solemn promise and sacred sovereignty.
It's this living experience of purpose, love, responsibility, and freedom-at the levels of body, mind, and soulÑthat serves up an all-inclusive helping of health that forever satisfies. Of course, the meaning of good and evil, nature and nurture, and science and religion naturally come up when defusing the dispute over mind and matter. However, it's your evolving awareness that is most important for dealing with pain, lessening mistakes, and making all internal debate a little less daunting.
The endless search for the ultimate fix eases up, while the ceaseless struggle for absolute answers calms down, with the inner certainty that you knew all along. The Meaning of Health is written on many levels in a poetic style to induce your imagination wherever you happen to be. A deliberate read, with breaks for contemplation and discussion, helps the digestion of this soul food for though
Kathi invites readers to soak up the calming energy of the herbs in Goodnight Moon tea. Or to create a mindful ritual by taking a daily dose of Maine Mushroom and Roots Double-Extracted Elixer to support vitality in the body. Or to heal a bruise or sore muscle by gently massaging it with St. John’s Wort Oil blended with goldenrod, ginger, turmeric and lavender.
This is where mindfulness meets herbal medicine. With Kathi’s guidance, readers will radically reduce stress and inflammation in the body which lead to disease. The result is a healthier life inspired by plants and the healing they offer.
Health author Lisa Morrone gives readers an overall life plan for restoring their energy and ability and staying strong in their usefulness throughout their life span. Not a short-term repair job--not a rigid, inflexible plan--this resource lays out balanced, practical advice in seven areas:weight loss nutrition posture strength flexibility brain health rest
This multifaceted book points readers to effective lifestyle changes that will add life to their years by restoring their vitality and sense of meaning. Such renewal will last because it's initiated and maintained by a greater purpose--that of serving their friends and family, and serving God.
With contributions from leading international scholars, the chapters include a discussion of Eastern and Western world religions and their practices—such as fasting or the avoidance of alcohol and tobacco—and how they may foster healthfulness. A contemporary analysis of current research findings suggests possible interventions that individuals and health providers may utilize to enhance healthfulness. A final chapter explores the connection between health, illness, and religious and nonreligious perspectives.
How can Yoga benefit you? It can:
Help To Reduce Stress
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“To rid ourselves of the suffering that afflicts the body, mind, and soul, what we need is an affirmative knowledge of life and how to live it in alignment with nature,” writes Acharya Shunya. Ayurveda Lifestyle Wisdom opens the gates to this profound knowledge.
Living Well is a book for anyone who wants to get the most out of life, with clear answers about health, diet, exercise, and personal habits that can make all the difference. Living Well is the only program that incorporates all the elements of good health into one whole life plan by using Six Pillars: Thinking Well, Eating Well, Moving Well, Sleeping Well, Hosting Well, and Staying Well.
Written by health and nutrition expert Greg Horn in the same engaging and accessible style that made Living Green a best seller, Living Well connects the science to the art of Living Well, consolidating the latest scientific research into common sense insights and offering a prescriptive action plan that readers can incorporate into their lives.
What’s more important than Living Well?
We only get one life to live. How can we make it our best?
Eat Move Sleep (2013) by Tom Rath is a guide to enhancing good health and increasing longevity by making smarter decisions every day in three areas: diet, exercise, and sleep habits. Embracing all three areas at once is crucial because of the mutually beneficial effects of eating right, moving more, and sleeping better...
Inside this companion to the book:
· Overview of the Book
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· Important People
· Author's Style and Perspective
· Intended Audience
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Focusing on simple things you can do rather than a complicated list of restrictions, Do This and Live Healthy encourages and inspires with a simple approach that works. Discover how easy great health can be!
Because most individuals sit at a computer for hours on end, with Yoga for Advanced Beginners, you'll get better release and greater depth in poses with which you might struggle with because of stiff hips from that chair. Add more poses to your sequence to:
Increase Your Flexibility
Build Muscle Strength
Perfect Your Posture
Prevent the Breakdown of Your Cartilage and Joints
Protect Your Spine
With regular practice, you'll discover these poses become second nature as tight joints and stiff muscles release into a more fluid, flexible you.
Reduce the Risk of Injury
Perfect Your Posture
Enhance Your Bone Health
Drop Your Blood Pressure
Start with just 10 minutes and build from there. Soon you’ll wonder how you ever did without Yoga!
These poses will help you cope with the cluttered up thoughts in your mind to identify the source of your depression and find it:
Reduce the impact of stress
Increases levels of new brain cells which acts like a natural anti-depressant
Be a self-soothing technique similar to meditation, relaxation, and exercise
Yoga is calming, gentle, and fluid in nature. Each pose is flexible, so people of all levels can practice.
You do not have to continue feeling depressed or filled with anxiety when you can do something as simple and peaceful as yoga.
Begin your yoga routine today.
Bonus Chapter: This book also includes a bonus chapter on aerobic exercise (cardio) and setting goals. You will learn how to determine how much cardio is necessary, when the best time to do cardio is, and how to set realistic and inspiring goals.
Your daily skin care routine becomes an enjoyable ritual with a variety of effective cleanser, toner and moisturizer recipes, each of which can be customized to suit your skin type. Combine manuka honey and clay for a refreshing cleanser and whip up a green juice hydrosol to revitalize tired, dehydrated skin.
With Militza’s unique recipes, skin care can be a fun, indulgent experience. You can transform yogurt or watermelon into nourishing face masks perfect for your next at-home spa day or exfoliate with Mango Cobbler Body Scrub so that your skin is soft and smooth from head to toe.
Militza’s recipes are accompanied by all the information you could possibly need about the benefits of various ingredients and a customization guide that will help you choose which herbs and oils are best for your skin type.
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Instead of empowering patients to know more about their illnesses, doctors have instilled fear in them and prescribed unnecessary drugs, tests, and surgeries to justify large medical bills and make the drug companies obscenely wealthy. Doctors get paid well at our expense (body and wallet).
Most of my patients have benefited greatly from my extensive education, deep-rooted culture, diverse background, and utmost honesty in teaching them about medicine the way it should be taught (basic and true), and it was through their inspiration that I wrote this book. In truth I feel I had no choice. No doctor would dare expose the awful truth regarding our broken medical system for fear their financial status will be compromised. My ultimate intention is to help every person maintain an independent mind and body until they breathe their last breath with dignity.
Despite all the care available to us, our society is more concerned about health than ever. Increased technology and access to health care give us the illusion of control but can never deliver us from the limitations of our bodies.
But what if our health is a gift to nurture, rather than a possession to protect? Drawing from decades of medical experience in many different contexts, Dr. Bob Cutillo helps us cultivate a biblical understanding of the relationship between faith and health in the modern age, reorienting us to a wiser pursuit of health for the good of all. Weaving in his own story of serving the most vulnerable, he leads us to a bigger view of health care and a hope that is more secure than our physical wellness—hope with the power to transform our communities.
After years of research, Najia Saadzoi, M.Ed. has discovered that one everyday household item is powerful enough to combat even some of the worst ailments life can throw at you.
Within the pages of “The Rejuvenating Power of Egg Whites,” you’ll find tips and secrets that can help remedy the affects of Multiple Sclerosis, or just with the aches and pains of growing old.
The healing properties of the whites of hen eggs are nearly endless, and Najia Saadzoi, M.Ed. has included an incredible number of usages.
Including facts, directions, and testimonials from people who have treated illnesses under the instructions of Najia Saadzoi, M.Ed., “The Rejuvenating Power of Egg Whites” will change your life.