SEVEN PATHS TO OPTIMAL WELLNESS
— By eating a whole food plant based diet, especially without adding extra oils, we can provide our bodies with the fuel they need for optimal wellness. This type of diet has been scientifically shown to be beneficial for all stages of life.
— By drinking clean, filtered water that has no added toxic chemicals like fluoride and chlorine, we help our bodies remove toxins that are part of the digestive process and help in the renewal of cells and tissues. Also, we become aware that water has a consciousness of its own, and is also affected by our consciousness.
— With meditation, relaxation and sleep, we allow our bodies and minds to rejuvenate and maintain balance. By meditating every day, we can connect to our higher consciousness and also reprogram our subconscious limiting beliefs into more useful ones.
— By using tai chi, qi gong or yoga as physical, as well as mental and spiritual practices, we give our bodies the movement that is required for health and longevity. Any other sports or activities, like running, dancing, cycling or even brisk walking, can also be done with a conscious attitude.
— By using your conscious movement practices, you can shift your own energies, but when you find you feel stuck, you can work with a practitioner to help you remove those blocks that are keeping you from Optimal Wellness.
— All of our relationships are important (family, friends, co-workers), but probably the most important are our intimate relationships with our spouses and partners. The laughter, fun and sex we share is a key to our Optimal Wellness, and affects us on multiple levels, mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually, consciously and subconsciously. One of the tools to enhance our intimate relations is the use of Tantric practices.
— By being consciously aware that everything we do, think and say affects the entire web of life, we can make choices that not only improve our own environment, but also preserve and protect the Earth. This includes what products we buy, how we reuse, recycle and dispose of waste in order to minimize our personal footprint for the present and for future generations.