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Wellness Account

April 3, 2013 , ,

Paying attention is the first step to wellness. Our individual health is like a bank account. We deposit good constitution and healthy habits such as whole fresh food and solid rest. When things go wrong it is impossible to tell which check has overdrawn the account. If you take out more than you put in this will always be the result. Rather that be too crazy about diagnosis and specific remedies, a good overview can help sort out the most crucial from the unimportant. How and why do you use your own resources to damage your health?

The Responsive Universe

Head and heart

Our bodies consist of an advanced bundle of cells and energy connected to create this network of life, feeling and emotion. We are a conduit to something fantastic and sometimes unimaginable; a Responsive Universe…. Our bodies are our best friends. We need to listen to our bodies signals – wellness is the only true focus. Are you listening?

Please check out my latest article published at MindBodyGreen which focuses on listening to our bodies and how we can positively respond to those signals…

Do You Listen To Your Body’s Signals?

John C. Bader

About the Book: www.responsiveuniverse.com

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