Vitality Sage Mission
Good health is something many of us are lucky to have started our lives with.... What we choose to do from there is up to us. Our choices of what we do, how we think and feel, will tell the story of how our health will turn out in the long run and for the rest of our lives.
On the basic physical level, opting for pre-packaged and processed convenience foods, leaves our body unable to perform its usual day to day tasks to keep us well. ALL of our vitamins and minerals are called ESSENTIAL nutrients for the reason that they are essential to stay healthy. Once you understand what your body needs and why, it is much easier to then make your own decisions when faced with the next diet fad or miracle cure. Everybody is different too, so there is no one size fits all and if it sounds too good to be true it probably is!!
For true wellbeing, we need to consider the self as a whole, body, mind & spirit, as well as the surrounding environment.
If we only deal with the physical and ignore the other components,
it is difficult for these to align in a way for healing to occur,
especially for the long-term.
Wellness is not just the absence of disease, it is maintaining optimal health and balance with positive emotions, thoughts and actions. Feeling emotions as they arise is beneficial, so they can be released. However, holding onto any negative thought patterns long-term creates disharmony and disease. Many traditions over eons have known this, whilst more and more scientific research is confirming how we think, feel and act plays a vital role in our overall health.
Are there underlying patterns or energetic blocks which are slowing you down or preventing you from living abundantly?
Do you believe in yourself and consider yourself of value?
Are there other barriers on your journey to healing?
Are you taking time out for yourself to regroup and evaluate where you are at from time-to-time or are you just being constantly carried away in the whirlwind of a hectic lifestyle?
Are your thoughts keeping you living in the past, being on constant replay or do you find yourself continually constructing possible future scenarios which often never even pan out, worrying about the future? If we are not here and present for most of our day, we can miss many of the beautiful things we have to be grateful for, things that make us smile and enjoy our very existence.