How does your memory function? What is your intuition telling you? Can feelings misguide you? Is there a connection between these factors and your health?
What is your frame reference?
Memory. Most people argue from within their own frame reference. They have their own experiences, saw things happen to others, they have heard it saying or read about it. You argue daily with these images in mind, it’s your world! You know what you know, don’t you? A friend of mine told me once: “The more I learn, the more I discover, the more I feel I really don’t know much. All our information has been stored on our personal hard disk back up system. Is your memory the best option to take decisions if you know there is still so much to learn and discover?
Intuition. Our intuition is said to make decisions with the ability to feel or to know immediately without reasoning. You and I, we like to avoid pain as much as possible. When you do something wrong in public it can be very embarrassing and painful. When you loose money with a wrong decision its painful too. You are who you are mainly through your past experiences. Your past however has nothing to do with who you are now and with your future. Many experiences in the past are shining their shadow over the future. If your intuition is shaped by the past, does it have the ability to create a bright future like you wish?
Example: You are unemployed and on you’re way to apply for a new job. You lost count how many times and your subconscious tells you; “It will be like the last time and the once before”. Do you enter the room with your shoulders right and the necessary enthusiasm to get the job? Or do you unconscious deprive yourself from this opportunity? Does your intuition gives you a clear view? A positive mindset can be very powerful. I’ve seen this happening to a friend of mine, 62 years and unemployed for over three years. “Do something positive in your life”, I told him. “Do your own radio show like you used to do”. After a couple of weeks he was enthusiastically preparing for a new show, and even before it all started he was hired for a new job! Coincidence? I don’t think so!
Feeling. You’re feeling tells you something about the present. You are on holiday with a cool drink and a wonderful view. That’s a great feeling, a feeling that you can recall anytime from memory or when you see those holiday pictures. However, on the last day of the holidays, at that same spot, a cool drink and a wonderful view, do you feel the same? Thinking about the work, pilling up after the holidays?
Learning how to handle all those feelings, knowing what you’re intuition is really telling you and let your frame reference limits your overall view. Don’t think for others. Don’t look back and only see what went wrong but try to create, improve and let go.
Health is a subject that’s hard to sell. When it comes to health, don’t we all think immediately about sickness? We see people struggle with their health, overweight, lacking energy and mood problems to name the least. Growing old is not a thing most people are looking forward too.
Talk to older people who have prove they life a healthy lifestyle. Ask them what they did and still do about it. Here’s were you can start your journey.
Health Rules: #1. Positive / Negative Brainpower. Your thoughts can make you sick or they can motivate you living healthier.
#2. Why is the base-acid balance important? Enzymes function optimally over a very narrow range of hydrogen ion concentrations. For most enzymes this optimum pH is close to the physiological range for plasma (pH= 7.35 to 7.45, or [H+]= 35 to 45nmol/l). Perhaps 80% in the western society can improve their overall health with this fact alone! It is the best-kept secret at the doctor’s office.
#3. Use nutritional supplements. Most of our foods are non-biological produced with artificial fertilizers containing 11 minerals and trace elements. The full spectrum nature has to offer contains 92 minerals and trace elements. Our overall health is affected by the use of these products. Non-biological produced plants need to be protected with the use of pesticides and so do we. Isn’t the medication people use exactly the same as the pesticides for our fruit and plants!
#4. Avoid negative stress Negative stress has a great effect on your immune system.
#5. Move your body! It is said before but when you lead a ‘couch potato lifestyle’ you will pay the price sooner or later.
I strongly believe that these 5 rules listed in this order are the very best to improve your overall health.
– Henk Mutsaers