4 Pillars that MUST be in Sync for YOU to Heal

This is a guest post by Prudence Sinclair.

Good morning lovely you!

Every Part of You is Connected to the Other Parts

Well, as you may have guessed, I am sitting here with a nice cup of tea and a freshly-groomed snoozing kitty, and so I am ready to talk to you about healing today.

When we discuss the topic of healing from cancer or an inflammatory disease, so much focus is given to the physical side of healing, for obvious reasons. But, having been through this journey myself, I’m here to tell you that true health and healing cannot focus solely on the physical body, it MUST incorporate the four pillars of life: Mind, emotions, spirit, and body.

Think of it this way:

Your overall health is like a stool. Your physical body represents the seat of that stool. But whether or not your physical body can support the weight of your life on Earth is really dependent on how sturdy the three legs (mind, emotions, spirit) are underneath.

You simply cannot be entirely healthy with a robust immune system if any one of your four aspects is unhealthy. I don’t care how many green juices you drink a week or whether you religiously use organic sunscreen. If you don’t treat and heal every aspect of your life, you can never fully recover from a health crisis.

I don’t say this to scare you. Or maybe I do. I want to scare the crap out of you and vibrant health back into you!

Every Part of You is Connected to the Other Parts

Our creator created beautiful self-healing machines when he/she created human beings. We are in a continual state of healing. Our bodies are able to heal while we sleep, drive a car, and microwave our lunch.

But, as I’ve mentioned on this blog many times, we become dis-eased when we deal with chronic stress and trauma. When we get in this state, we get stuck in that fight or flight mode instead of our rest and digest mode – the mode required for our bodies to actually heal from illness and disease.

When this happens, the healing process needs some conscious attention on our part. We need to take a break from life and fix ourselves, much like a woodworker would take a broken stool into his shop and secure the legs and seat. But until those legs are tightly in place, that seat has nothing to cling to.

With this in mind, let’s dive a little deeper into the 4 aspects of our life and talk about some ways we can begin to heal in each one with holistic healing.

See you over here https://www.prudencesinclair.com/forum/forum/first-forum/ and let’s have a discussion in our forum.

Have a wonderful day.

Love you,
Prue.

https://www.prudencesinclair.com

Good morning lovely you!



Every Part of You is Connected to the Other Parts

Well, as you may have guessed, I am sitting here with a nice cup of tea and a freshly-groomed snoozing kitty, and so I am ready to talk to you about healing today.

When we discuss the topic of healing from cancer or an inflammatory disease, so much focus is given to the physical side of healing, for obvious reasons. But, having been through this journey myself, I’m here to tell you that true health and healing cannot focus solely on the physical body, it MUST incorporate the four pillars of life: Mind, emotions, spirit, and body.

Think of it this way:

Your overall health is like a stool. Your physical body represents the seat of that stool. But whether or not your physical body can support the weight of your life on Earth is really dependent on how sturdy the three legs (mind, emotions, spirit) are underneath.

You simply cannot be entirely healthy with a robust immune system if any one of your four aspects is unhealthy. I don’t care how many green juices you drink a week or whether you religiously use organic sunscreen. If you don’t treat and heal every aspect of your life, you can never fully recover from a health crisis.

I don’t say this to scare you. Or maybe I do. I want to scare the crap out of you and vibrant health back into you!

Every Part of You is Connected to the Other Parts

Our creator created beautiful self-healing machines when he/she created human beings. We are in a continual state of healing. Our bodies are able to heal while we sleep, drive a car, and microwave our lunch.

But, as I’ve mentioned on this blog many times, we become dis-eased when we deal with chronic stress and trauma. When we get in this state, we get stuck in that fight or flight mode instead of our rest and digest mode – the mode required for our bodies to actually heal from illness and disease.

When this happens, the healing process needs some conscious attention on our part. We need to take a break from life and fix ourselves, much like a woodworker would take a broken stool into his shop and secure the legs and seat. But until those legs are tight

Good morning lovely you!

Every Part of You is Connected to the Other Parts

Well, as you may have guessed, I am sitting here with a nice cup of tea and a freshly-groomed snoozing kitty, and so I am ready to talk to you about healing today.

When we discuss the topic of healing from cancer or an inflammatory disease, so much focus is given to the physical side of healing, for obvious reasons. But, having been through this journey myself, I’m here to tell you that true health and healing cannot focus solely on the physical body, it MUST incorporate the four pillars of life: Mind, emotions, spirit, and body.

Think of it this way:

Your overall health is like a stool. Your physical body represents the seat of that stool. But whether or not your physical body can support the weight of your life on Earth is really dependent on how sturdy the three legs (mind, emotions, spirit) are underneath.

You simply cannot be entirely healthy with a robust immune system if any one of your four aspects is unhealthy. I don’t care how many green juices you drink a week or whether you religiously use organic sunscreen. If you don’t treat and heal every aspect of your life, you can never fully recover from a health crisis.

I don’t say this to scare you. Or maybe I do. I want to scare the crap out of you and vibrant health back into you!

Every Part of You is Connected to the Other Parts

Our creator created beautiful self-healing machines when he/she created human beings. We are in a continual state of healing. Our bodies are able to heal while we sleep, drive a car, and microwave our lunch.

But, as I’ve mentioned on this blog many times, we become dis-eased when we deal with chronic stress and trauma. When we get in this state, we get stuck in that fight or flight mode instead of our rest and digest mode – the mode required for our bodies to actually heal from illness and disease.

When this happens, the healing process needs some conscious attention on our part. We need to take a break from life and fix ourselves, much like a woodworker would take a broken stool into his shop and secure the legs and seat. But until those legs are tightly in place, that seat has nothing to cling to.

With this in mind, let’s dive a little deeper into the 4 aspects of our life and talk about some ways we can begin to heal in each one with holistic healing.

See you over here https://www.prudencesinclair.com/forum/forum/first-forum/ and let’s have a discussion in our forum.

Have a wonderful day.

Love you,

Prue.

https://www.prudencesinclair.com

ly in place, that seat has nothing to cling to.

With this in mind, let’s dive a little deeper into the 4 aspects of our life and talk about some ways we can begin to heal in each one with holistic healing.

See you over here https://www.prudencesinclair.com/forum/forum/first-forum/ and let’s have a discussion in our forum.

Have a wonderful day.

Love you,

Prue.

https://www.prudencesinclair.com

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