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Creating what you wont

In every human there is a divine spark. Nurturing that spark into
a flame to guide your reactions, I believe, should be your life’s aim. If you maintain a balance between the principles of good health and the conflicting demands of your personality and lifestyle, you can lead a life free of disease and suffering. Your body and your life are a reflection of your mind and it is your mind that shapes and determines your destiny. I believe that we are born with everything that we need for this life, that we are here to create our own reality and this is what we need to nurture for us to be who we are. The human conditioning is generally such that we spend a great deal of our time self-destructing and running ourselves down, or just generally having expectations of failure. Often this is only due to fear or maybe just following instructions that are best suited to someone else. So it is no wonder that we become so-called depressed or in my opinion just don’t like how we feel. This is when a massive amount of ailments will be created, as we have lived a lifestyle that our body was not designed for. When we are able to reach a level where constructive thoughts mainly replace negative thoughts of failure, with the aim to create what we really want in our lives, life becomes progressively easier. I believe we create what is in our minds, so we need to be careful what we think, and making certain that it is really what we want, and not what we fear could eventuate. In the past, your doctor’s medication was used in treating symptoms of your sickness and not why you became sick in the first place. Now there are new treatments involving our thinking for cancer and other conditions that help teach the body how to stop “the reason why we have it”. Just maybe, we can stop trying to cure things and work at why we have them instead. This is very exciting. As most are aware, I believe that general health maintenance and balancing ourselves is done by putting in the nutrition to balance who we are and what we do with our day, so that we have the energy and focus to stay generally content in our own skin when challenged. Therefore, in many cases supplements are better used in assisting with our diet in maintaining the “who we are” so that the self is strong and we can stay positive and focused. This reduces the requirements for a great deal of supplements, super foods and medication that have flooded the market. Often they only treat symptoms and have no real use in correcting why we are sick, but are useful in the short term to repair damage while we otherwise treat the real imbalance. The power of a positive mind can overcome any type of disease; it just needs help to do so. Today’s busy lifestyle tends to create a great demand on our nervous system, lowering our positive action and focus. We need to keep our lives simple and as free as possible, and make certain that our body’s nervous system is well looked after by putting in more small regular amounts to counteract what we take out to complete our day and stay balanced. Have fun with your day.