Nobody would say we do not need our daily food. By that most people would only think of the bread, vegetables and meet that comes onto the table. Most would forget how important it is also to have our brains fed with enough life-giving energy.
The daily nutrients of our material food is important to keep our mind going in good order. But it also needs spiritual food, a regular ‘fitness program’ of thinking and considering. We have to keep our mind busy to keep it healthy. One of the most precious nutrients can be found in the Bible or Holy Scriptures. Even those who do not believe in a God Creator shall be able to find enough exercises for their mind, to examine their position on this earth and how we should behave or live.
We may also not forget the environment, nature but also the people around us. Their are very important to put us at ease. Family members and people around us who are supportive and capable of giving tender, loving care are the energisers we need. But they also can pull us down, by giving too much negative input. And we better do away with all negative energy which may surround us.
Thinking positive and looking at live form the bright site will help us to live nicely and to get enough energy to tackle all the minor and bigger problems which we like any other person will get at us.
The Creator has let us know that we should actively learn new things and should help each other to grow. Therefore we should meet regularly and edify each other. On a daily basis we should feed our mind with the Word of God. We should not be content by reading those words just once, but we should train our brains like a sportsman has to train every day. god has given us nature with everything in it what we need. We should be happy with it and should not try to find more in chemically produced products. We should take care that the world, earth, water and sky the Creator has provided for us stays clean. Recycling, choosing less processed foods, and picking natural products over more commercialized ones can help nourish the environment and keep the bad elements away from our body.
Looking around we should try to protect the creation of the Most High. Every day we should count our blessings in our life and be thanking others for their generous love and care. Being thankful to others and to God, whose love we should be willing to share with others, so that we can give them also the energy the Supreme Being provides for us.
Let us not forget that we should give perhaps even more attention to our spiritual health than our physical health. When the mind is not feeling well the body is for sure not feeling well either and even becoming sick.
In a certain way we do have perhaps to prioritize our emotional health and work preventively by providing our ‘soul’ with right stuff.
At the same time we need to learn to deal with our physical and our spiritual health, learning how to treat physical and emotional wounds. We can monitor our mood and self-esteem and take actions to boost them when they are low. We can adopt the daily practice of emotional hygiene. And by doing these things, we can significantly boost our emotional wellness, our happiness and our overall life satisfaction.
From the article to remember:
- Food needs are very specific and we require a wide variety to supply all the necessities for our health.
- People whit problems, may need more or less of some foods than other people.
- “Spiritual food” is as essential for our health as physical food. = especially for our emotional health, but even to some extent for our physical health.
- Body chemistry, thought patterns and spiritual resources are all factors in emotional problems.
- Basic to both mental and spiritual health is physical health.
- Is Balance Possible? Can Wellness be Achieved? Things I’ve Learned This Past Year. (katshealthcorner.wordpress.com)
1. Wellness is not one-dimensional.
2. Balance, Health, and Wellness relate but differ in their meanings.
3. Stress can be a good thing and a bad thing.
4. Starvation can occur on a macronutrient and a micronutrient basis.
5. “Crying is not a sign of weakness. Since birth it’s been a sign of life.”
6. Laughing is the best kind of medicine.
7. Sleep is an important nutrient.
8. “When we stop learning we stop growing.”
9. Setting goals has an incredible impact on our lives.
10. Quality is better than quantity.
11. My body is a temple.
- What Your Emotional Health Has in Common With Cinderella (wonderfultips.wordpress.com)
When you sustain an emotional injury like a severe rejection or a big failure, if you’re burdened by unresolved guilt or feel trapped by loneliness, when your mind is hijacked by brooding and worrying or when your self-esteem is low — do you “treat” these emotional wounds in any way? Do you take steps to make sure they don’t “fester” and get worse? Do you take any regular action to monitor and protect your emotional health? What is the emotional or psychological equivalent of brushing and flossing you practice on a daily basis?
- Input – Output effects on Physical Health (ankurlearningsolutions.wordpress.com)
While there are certain foods that are bad for all and not advisable for anyone, there is no thumb rule to distinctly classify food as good or bad. Anything in extreme is not advisable. Balance is the key. The following factors decide what food is good for you:
Your Life-stage and gender
Your Body Constitution
Mental Constitution (Gunas)
- Every moment, every thing is spiritual. (hardknocksphd.wordpress.com)
Nowhere is the spirit something separate – in the Hebrew language it is our emotional, mental, and moral being. It is us. In fact, the last line says that the spirit (specifically referring to God’s spirit) is never referred to as a depersonalized force. The spirit is as much a part of us as the physical. In fact, when the body dies, the ruwach is gone. They are linked. Without ruwach, their is no body. And without a body, the ruwach is gone.
- Reframing health (inlaurensopinion.com)
Too often as a society we’re trained on one aspect of health. Levels of obesity, rising preventable disease, more sedentary life styles and things constantly talked about. Magazines cover the latest diet plans and fitness schemes, pledging that we can all look like one celebrity or another within what seems a very achievable amount of time. The whole idea of spirituality is foreign to many simply because it has been tied so heavily to religion, as opposed to connection, a sense of purpose within your life, living to your values.
To me, spirituality is about living a purposeful, connected life. Knowing what your values are and doing your best to live a life that is true to them. Practicing mindfulness and gratitude, and adopting reflective practices, are just some ways in which we can increase this side of our health.
- Feed the Body and Nourish the Soul this Thanksgiving – Eat with an Attitude of Gratitude! (mindandoneness.com)
Many of us are engaged in a constant battle with food, struggling to maintain good nutrition and healthy eating habits, or battling body image issues or even worse eating disorders, but like so many things this is in part because we have come to see food as ‘routine’ and ‘everyday’ seeing only the physical dimension of food, while ignoring its other aspects. But we now have a wonderful opportunity – with Thanksgiving and the Holiday season fast approaching – to begin to think differently about our approach to food, the way we eat, and how we connect to our food.
- How To Avoid Spiritual And Mental Indigestion – Harold Herring (findmedicalsolutions.com)
- Holistic health (slideshare.net)
- 4 Ways to Eat the Blues Away (practicalpsychblog.com)
- 6 Secrets To Slim And Stress-Free Holidays (wonderfultips.wordpress.com)
Food as a Therapeutic Aid
Food needs are very specific and we require a wide variety to supply all the necessities for our health. Individuals differ in the amounts of nutrients required for their bodies. Additionally, people who are under stress, or who have allergies, or have certain inherited characteristics, may need more or less of some foods than other people. Foods that we need are carbohydrates, protein, fats, a wide range of vitamins and minerals, and water.
“Spiritual food” is as essential for our health as physical food. This is true especially for our emotional health, but even to some extent for our physical health. There are some interesting analogies between physical food needs and spiritual food needs, as you will find in the chapter, “Beginning Spiritual Life,” in my 1998
“At Eden’s Gate: Whole Health and Well-Being.”
Some people think that emotional or mental problems are “all in…
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