When the Whole is Well, All Can Be Well

When the Whole is Well, All Can Be Well

“The part can never be well unless the whole is well” Plato

I have talked in previous posts about the importance being kind to our bodies by listening to it’s cues when we are pushing beyond our limits. But did you know that paying attention to the mind and soul is equally important? Understanding what healthy feels like requires tapping into a combination of these three facets that influence total well-being. The mind, body, and soul must work in harmony because when there is dysfunction with one part, other parts start to dysfunction as well. We must nurture our bodies through these actions: an appropriate amount movement and proper nutrition, establishing a sound mindset, participating in activities that set our creative souls on fire.

Mental health is a topic that a lot of people are afraid of talking about openly but it is something that must be addressed because the body cannot be well unless the mind is also well. We are all in this together and keeping it a secret is disadvantageous. Thought influences more than our emotions. It influences our current and future physical health, too.

Follow along as I share my experience on this 8-week journey and learn more about myself while participating in activities that nurture the mind, body, and soul.

Some topics you will learn about through my perspective:

  • Cryotherapy
  • Pink Himalayan Salt Room Therapy and Meditation
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Body Meditation
  • Biofeedback-Rebalance
  • Biofeedback-Cardiac Coherence
  • Acupuncture

Stay tuned!