Perfect Health

Someone forwarded this to me, thought I would pass it along…
What Is Perfect Health?

Health isn’t merely the absence of disease or symptoms; it is a higher state of consciousness that allows well-being, creativity, and joy to flow into our experience. We are healthy when we’re able to fully digest everything we take in, extracting what is nourishing and eliminating whatever doesn’t serve us. This includes our food, our relationships, our jobs, and all our life experiences. Illness, in contrast, develops when there is a disruption ― a blockage in the flow of energy and information. Symptoms and sickness are the body’s signal that we need to restore balance, eliminate whatever is causing the blockages, and reestablish the healthy flow of intelligence.
One of most powerful ways we can influence our health is through our choices and interpretations . . . the food we choose, the relationships we engage in, the sensory input we expose ourselves to, and the daily patterns and rhythms of our life.

Timeless Healing Principles

By listening to our body and honoring its needs, we nurture our innate healing ability and move closer to experiencing a state of perfect health…

   1. Take time each day to quiet your mind and meditate.
   2. Each day eat a healthy diet that includes a wide variety of colorful fruits and vegetables.
   3. Engage in daily exercise that enhances flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular fitness.
   4. Follow a restful sleep routine.
   5. Let go of whatever isn’t serving you, including stored emotional pain.
   6. Cultivate loving relationships.
   7. Find your unique gifts and talents and use them to serve others.

As you nurture yourself and practice the tools of spiritual awakening, you will open your heart to ever expanding levels of fulfillment. Even when you are surrounded by chaos, face a health challenge, or find yourself on a financial “detour,” you will discover that you can transcend outworn assumptions and create a life filled with wellbeing, happiness, and love.
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#1, 3, and 4, are the hardest for me to include in my daily schedule for the time being. Soon, I will have time for these as well. 🙂 For now quiet time for me is taking a 10min walk around the block to clear my mind after being in front of the computer for many hours. It is truly rejuvenating and relaxing. 🙂


Hi Niko,

I have been thinking about these very things for the past few weeks, and reading what you wrote is bringing it all together for me. I will print this out and keep it to remind me of my new goals. But, for me, the hardest goal to reach is let go of stored emotional pain, after the loss of my husband three years ago. It is extremely difficult to do when everything I see and hear around me reminds me of him and our life together. I know I am a much better person for having had him in my life for 14 years, but I never dreamed he would leave so soon. I always thought that we would grow old together. I still don’t know how to let go of that pain.


This topic is really great!


Margo feel the loss of your husband, had to be very painful. I give all my strength and courage to continue in life, kisses from the heart of Ana from Spain.




In my life, i’ve learnt from practicing Yoga, focuse on the breath
if we take every morning 5 mn of breathing (good and crrect breath) we’ll start our days very happy, calm and we can focuse on our targets
Practicing sport and eating a variety of fruits, drinking a lot of Water is the best way to live in safe and in a good health


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