The Vibrant Moment – Remember: To respond to your body.
Tools from the Center for New Psychology
Publisher: Doris Jeanette, Holistic Psychology Mentor, Coach
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Most people don’t like to talk about the body, smell the body,
hear the body or pay attention to the body. Unless of course,
the body is perfectly presented and posed for everyone to
look at and admire.
From my observations, as a holistic psychologist with 35 years
of clinical experience, this is one of the major source problems
of all mental, emotional and physical diseases. And I will be
so bold as to say that the results of ignoring your body do not
need an artificially contrived study to back up its common sense.
There are many facts that are plain to see. All you have to do is
pay attention to what you and other people are doing to become
more aware of natural laws, facts and vital information that could
make you healthy, strong and happy.
Here is one of my simple observations that might help you
become more aware of how you ignore your body and the
consequences that could occur if you continue to ignore your
I am sitting at my computer working on a project. Totally
concentrating on getting all the needed words, photos, links and
such in place. I am eager to finish and go outside to play.
It is spring after all and all the trees and plants are blooming and
I want to spend some quality time with the cherry trees over lunch.
I am concentrating so hard on what I am doing, I ignore the
rumbling sensations in my lower body.
I keep working and thinking. I want to finish posting one more
press release before I quit. My body speaks again, I don’t want to
move, I want to finish this up so I can go play. I ignore my body’s
communication again and again.
Now, what do you think the body does? It gets louder and more
serious. The magnificent intestinal system begins to interfere and
interrupt what I am doing in no uncertain terms. Finally, the body
succeeds and I rush to the bathroom.
After many years of ignoring the needs of the intestinal system,
the results could be in a complete physical breakdown such as
colitis and colon cancer.
Imagine all the bodily sensations in your stomach that you have
to ignore when you are overweight. Just think of all the loud
messages your body is sending you when you overwork, overdrink
and under sleep.
Therefore, one of the major actions you can take immediately to
become healthier is to improve your relationship with your body.
You need to listen to your body, smell your body, hear your body
and respond to your body when it needs something from you.
I have a deal with my body not to ignore my intelligent
intestines when they speak anymore– no matter what.
HEAR YOUR BODY TALKING: The holistic psychology
audio, “Hear Your Body Talking” teaches you the 3 reasons
you have a body. You also receive guidance to help you pay
more attention to the vital information about what your body
needs to be healthy and strong. One hour personal growth
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you need to add body language and body awareness to your
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