Sometimes no matter how hard we try it seems we can never become 100% healthy. Often we find our lives are so busy that there is little time for us to focus on ourselves and as a consequence we become tired and burnt out which often presents itself within the body as a cold, flu or virus that just keeps returning no matter what we do. The reason this happens is because our body is out of balance and we have to find a way to harness the infinite energy within us, in order for it to flow through the body efficiently so it is equipped to fight any illnesses that may occur.
Disease begins in the cell and generally our body is supplied with defenses to protect us from any foreign bodies that should attack or enter the body uninvited, but when we become ill and run down sometimes our cells pick up the wrong messages and become corrupt. Take cancer for instance when it invades a cell it changes the structure and design of the cell this causes a chain reaction where the wrong signals are sent out and other cells also become corrupt, the body is not armored to fight this new form of disease causing further stress which is one of the major contributing factors of disease and illness today, because it blocks the flow of healing energy. After experiencing ill health it is usually then that we look around for sources of inspiration and ask what will inspire me now to guide me back to the path of well being in order to be truly healthy. Ultimately its not that difficult its simply about adopting a back to basics approach, one that uses the ancient art of holism to help connect the spirit, body and soul, through the use of a well balanced diet and holistic therapies in the form of meditation, yoga, massage and the power of positive thinking. As individuals our body is actually designed to recover naturally and it is only when this healing energy is suppressed and blocked that it becomes stagnant, in the East they naturally build healthy inspirations into their daily routine the practice of such rituals are deeply embedded into their culture which is often referred to as ‘chi or prana’ a belief that feelings and thoughts arise from our consciousness and in order for the body to be healed we must first engage in positive thinking and have faith.
Therefore it is important we have order in our life and learn how to become positive and focused in the present moment, in order for healing to truly begin. Only then when we practice daily rituals will we have balance and harmony in our lives.