Health, Happiness, and Whole Lot of Other Things Are Interrelated.

January 18, 2010

Our environment has a huge impact on our health, emotions, and ability to think clearly and function effectively. Our environment is both internal and external. Of the two, the internal is more important and impactful. Our own (internal conscious and subconscious) thoughts, emotions, beliefs, “programming”, and (habitual) patterns of perception have greater and more frequent access to and influence on our cells and our lives than diet, exercise, or (external) environmental factors (including “toxins” and “toxic” people).


Home Is Where the Heart Is

November 26, 2009

Physically our hearts are inside us. Our primary “home” (and “residence”) is (within) our physical bodies. In that sense, it is only possible to be “homeless” while we (our hearts) are out of our bodies. To a large extent this is also true regarding our attention