1. Chasing a person doesn’t give you value or build values in you. You earn your value by chasing morality and practicing dignity.
2. It’s a pretty amazing to wake up every morning, knowing that every decision I make is to cause as little harm as possible. It’s a pretty fantastic way to live.
3. Sometimes, you will go through awful trials in your life and then a miracle happens–God heals you. Don’t be disheartened when the people you love don’t see things like you do. There will be Pharisees in your life that will laugh it off, deny that it happened, or will mock your experience based on righteousness they think you don’t possess. God won’t deny you a spiritual experience because you are not a spiritual leader. He loves everyone equal. The only people that really matter in life are the people that can “see” your heart and rejoice with you.
4. I love to walk. Walking is a spiritual journey and a reflection of living. Each of us must determine which path to take and how far to walk; we must find our own way, what is right for one may not be for another. There is no single right way to deal with late stage cancer, to live life or approach death, or to walk an old mission trail.
5. Health isn’t about being “perfect” with food or exercise or herbs. Health is about balancing those things with your desires. It’s about nourishing your spirit as well as your body.
6. Separate yourself from those who hinder your vision. Make a choice to walk away from the trap set to ensnare you. Realize when someone is pulling you backwards every time you take a step forward. Separate from them and the result of your action will be a life of success.
7. Wellbeing is about the combination of our love for what we do each day, the quality of our relationships, the security of our finances, the vibrancy of our physical health, and the pride we take in what we have contributed to our communities. Most importantly, it’s about how these five elements interact.
8. Art is my cure to all this madness, sadness and loss of belonging in the world & through it I’ll walk myself home.
9. Don’t allow the pride, ego and insecurities of others stunt your growth.
10. People who seek psychotherapy for psychological, behavioral or relationship problems tend to experience a wide range of bodily complaints…The body can express emotional issues a person may have difficulty processing consciously…I believe that the vast majority of people don’t recognize what their bodies are really telling them. The way I see it, our emotions are music and our bodies are instruments that play the discordant tunes. But if we don’t know how to read music, we just think the instrument is defective.
11. You only get one body; it is the temple of your soul. Even God is willing to dwell there. If you truly treat your body like a temple, it will serve you well for decades. If you abuse it you must be prepared for poor health and a lack of energy.
12. Similar to a butterfly, I’ve gone through a metamorphosis, been released from my dark cocoon, embraced my wings, and soared!
13. Life is a tragedy of nutrition
14. There are more than 9,000 billing codes for individual procedures and units of care. But there is not a single billing code for patient adherence or improvement, or for helping patients stay well.
15. The grass is not ‘greener’ on the other side – it is just another shade of green.
16. Let food be thy your medicine
17. The GURU is Inside.
18. I think it is effective to constrict your anus 100 times, dent your navel 100 times in succession everyday. You can do so at a boring meeting or in a subway without being noticed for you to do so. I have known 70 year old man who has practiced it for 20 years. As a result, he has good complexion and has grown 20 years younger. His eyes sparkle. He is full of vigor, happiness, and joy. He has neither complained nor born a grudge under any circumstance.
19. If you’re too serious to make life a laughing matter, then you seriously need to make laughter matter to you today and every day!
20. Denial is a useful defense mechanism until it’s not.
21. Words are like food. They contain information that either releases and liberates and creates possibilities and development or locks you into unhealthy patterns you can’t change.
22. Through knowing death we can hold a beacon of love for every moment that has just passed, for every friend who has lost a friend, for every child who has lost a parent, for every parent who has lost a child; for any suffering anywhere.
23. Experiential wellness is a way of life that is fulfilling, healthy and happy. Leads to a positive and permanent behavior change making a big difference.
24. Happiness is the only good. The place to be happy is here. The time to be happy is now. The way to be happy is to help make others so.
25. Experiential wellness is transformative, the sheer adrenaline-rushing activities give you the much-desired break and add life to your life.
26. Simplicity is the sign of a loving and alive mind, whereas cynicism is the sign of a dull and mechanical mind.
27. Mindfulness builds calmness, a more powerful contagion to beat crises.
28. It is not so much about horniness, it is about awareness of my well-being.
29. Everything you want starts on the other side your fears.
But you GET everything you want on the other side of NOT giving up.
Be disciplined & determined enough to stay the course regardless of what you must face.
30. The only people that get mad at you for having boundaries are the people that benefit from you having none.
31. The oppression of anonymity and lack of human contact can inveigle people to reinvent themselves, rethink their lives and give hope a chance. Once they have broken down the wall of apathy and reached the wellness of concern, they can realize what it feels to be missed. (“Knowing someone was waiting”)
32. A flourishing civilization seeks wisdom, glorifies heroism, and contemplates wonder. A dying civilization seeks power, glorifies survival, and contemplates confusion. An undead civilization seeks “wellness”, glorifies “authenticity”, and contemplates “self-expression”.
33. There is no medicine you can take that will replace what you can do for your own health.
34. People got used to anything their bodies gave them; he was no exception. If your body was well, you expected it to perform for you, excellently, consistently. If your body was not, your expectations were different.
35. Ethanol is a volatile, flammable, colourless liquid with a slight chemical odour. It is used as an antiseptic, a solvent, in medical wipes and antibacterial formulas because it kills organisms by denaturing their proteins.
36. Remember that work and life coexist. Wellness at work follows you home and vice-versa. The same goes for when you’re not well, fuelled, or fulfilled. Work and life aren’t opposing forces to balance; they go hand-in-hand and are intertwined as different elements of the same person: you.
37. Reiki can be used for pain management, preventive care, and mental/emotional issues ranging from anxiety to addiction, as well as for a host of other issues.
38. We must not judge those whose shoes we are unable to walk in ourselves. Every human has an intuitive, guidance that is often clear to them but not to others
39. Kindness is not a weakness or a requirement
40. Patriotism creates warmth and helps overcome ethnocentrism and division. Break down barriers and work together towards peace and tolerance.
41. Your personal wellness is not only about you.
42. Your well-being affects (and is affected by) those waves through small ripples of self-care and the decisions you make.
43. Keep things simple and practical so that an activity that fuels you doesn’t become this massive, daunting obligation. Your self-care activity doesn’t need to be yet another thing that lingers on your to-do list.
44. Discussion around timelines and aging is a linear mindset. Consider replacing that with thoughts of expansion, wholeness, infinity and joy.
45. Life is far too short for skanky fodder; enjoy whole foods and plant-based meals.
46. Music is one of life’s most important behavioral motivators that creates energy and action.
47. Kindness is a courtesy, not a weakness or a requirement.
48. Another senior librarian I interviewed that day told me that seeing the library in ruins so traumatized her that she didn’t get her period for the next four months.
49. When you substitute “we” for “I” even “illness” becomes “wellness”.
50. Our pursuit of instant gratifications and instant progress has been leading us down the path of mental deterioration and we seem to be completely unaware of it. And if this continues, then soon serenity will become the most expensive commodity in the market – which will be sold to everyone by the pharmaceutical industry in the form of pills and treatments.
51. Nor love thy life, nor hate; but what thou liv’st
Live well, how long or short permit to Heaven.
52. If you keep running after possessions – after the so-called pleasures of life, you’ll end up as a psychological as well as physiological wreck.
53. Indeed, like everyone else, I have days that require I sit inside the office or the library all day and work until the end. And on these days I always feel as if there is a small stove slowly burning in my stomach, a hollow pain, which grows fierier the longer I stifle my vitality. If evening comes and I have not walked far at all, then this fire cannot be contained and it becomes impossible to remain sitting still. I get so anxious that I cannot concentrate on even the simplest of tasks. My mind is exhausted but my body’s energy is idle and unsatisfied. If this energy does not find release through physical exertion, it seeps into the mind and transforms into worries, doubts, fears — what’s more, I can’t sleep, because the untapped life force whirls and spins around my mind, desperately trying to exert itself, keeping me awake. The life force I should be expressing through physical exertion turns back on my body and slowly destroys me.
54. The majority of problems in personal wellbeing, professional excellence and intra-personal health exist due to the global lack of understanding on intrapersonal functions and respective skills
55. Awareness of wellness about you will throw away the ignorance of illness
56. The first segment of this article deals with the vulnerability, through the dearth of information, of the individual in dealing along with his or her health. The second section discusses a number of the special suggests that offered, through the use of technology, to so much better pander to the atmosphere because it relates to human health.
57. Every individual is here for a reason. Each one of us has something great to offer to the world. To find that out, all we need to do is to listen to our conscience and follow our passion.
58. When you do not have your health, nothing else matters at all.
59. A life without sickness is a life without wellness.
60. Well-being is sacred wealth.