WHAT IT REALLY MEANS TO EXERCISE MIND, BODY, AND SPIRIT

Meditation is not only sitt​​​​​​ing quietly, but working and living dynamically, facing all the challenges of life with a smile.


Eat well, meditate, train, get a good night’s sleep, take your supplements. The more, the better. Sure, we’ve heard that million times, we’ve been there, our wallet doesn’t fit all gym membership cards anymore. We are still soaked after our last workout. But where did all our freedom go and what to exercise the Mind, Body, and Spirit really means? Think of it as physical integrity: the ability to handle everything life throws at you. Stay flexible and wild, look within. Just ask yourself, upon waking: What can I do for you today?

Don’t wait for others to fix your problems. Be actively involved in your overall health to achieve a balance. Ask questions and learn from your mistakes. Our awareness of our ability to make choices can be a powerful factor in our experience of life. Too frequently, people believe that they can't have an impact on their lives, that they are just helpless victims of fate or of other people's behaviours. Nothing takes more courage than putting yourself back together again.

People feel bad so they go to the gym or they take a random yoga class. After a while, they feel better because they moved their body. Aerobic exercise helps to strengthen the heart muscles and to reduce depression. Strength training helps to improve bone density and protects the body from physical strain. Yoga helps to improve flexibility and reduce anxiety. Sure, we love to exercise but the core problem and the main reason for your suffering is still there, isn’t it? We sometimes don’t let ourselves to feel a certain emotion. Being aware and honest about your feelings will help you to find the real cause of the commotion. You should be mindful about your negative emotions. You are not lost. Self-love is identifying where are you and being accountable for it and correcting it. The Holistic Wellness philosophy maintains that each individual is comprised of body, spirit, and mind, and all of these components must be taken into account for a person to be well.

WELLNESS IS BROKEN DOWN INTO THE FOLLOWING COMPONENTS:


MENTAL

Thinking patterns, feelings, beliefs and behaviors are a factor in health. Positivity is empowerment. Positive thinking puts you in control, provides you with answers and a way out of problems. Negativity strips you of self-empowerment. In order to go through life with success, you need the proper tools and ‘know-how’ to navigate it.

SPIRITUAL

It is important to look for the good in all things in life. Everything happens for a reason, and there is always an important lesson in all things. Spiritual wellness is being connected to something greater than yourself and having a set of values, principles, morals, and beliefs that provide a sense of purpose and meaning to life, then using those principles to guide your actions.

PHYSICAL

Health involves taking care of your body. Good nourishment, exercise, and good body composition are important for physical wellness. Your body is a temple. Always make sure to focus on your spirit and mind first. Heal your soul and mind, than your body will follow.