Self-care is never a selfish act – it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer to others.

~ Parker Palmer ~

In today’s challenging world, self-care has never been so important. We are constantly barraged by toxins and pathogens in our environment, in our food, in the air, in products we use for our home, skin, hair, nails and so on.

We are exposed to radiation from nuclear reactors, heavy metals, DDT, a plethora of viruses, bacteria, fungus, yeast, chlorine, fluoride, halogens, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and synthetic chemicals, most of which are the main causes of our symptoms, ailments and diseases.

Our fast-paced lifestyles and habits create constant physical, emotional and mental stress and tension that never dissipate. Our overuse of electronics – cell phones, laptops, TVs, etc. is a main cause of overstimulation and distraction.

Everything that we take in through our senses, the food we eat, the movies we watch, the books we read, the information we consume , and so on, must be selected with discernment. The quality and quantity of our activities affect our state of mind, body and spirit.

Is it a wonder that so many are depressed, anxious, confused and/orafflicted with chronic symptoms?  We can see this in our children today as they remain glued to social media and pop culture.

In this day and age, it is easy to succumb to negative thinking, materialism, excesses, addictions, obsessions, entitlement, shallow pursuits and so on – all of which push us away from balance and optimal living.

Although our mind-body organism did not come with an instruction manual, it is our duty to learn to take great care of our whole being- body, mind, soul.   Just as we have our cars serviced and maintained, so too do we need nourishment and practices  that restore our strength and vitality not just on a physical level.

Are you ready to create the best version of yourself?

WELLNESS IS YOUR BIRTHRIGHT

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