For Holistic Well-Being, You Must Be A Holistic Being
The basic, most fundamental principle of holistic health philosophy
is that total well-being requires full unity and harmony of your
Body, Mind and Spirit. Unfortunately, even with many holistic
experts, this most crucial concept is very often overlooked,
misunderstood or misapplied.
For example, many experts confuse creating inner harmony with stress
reduction techniques. The fact is, while building inner harmony will
naturally reduce or eliminate stress, reducing stress doesn't
necessarily build inner harmony. Reducing stress in and of itself
only provides short-term relief of the symptoms caused by inner
conflict. The source of the "dis-ease" and disharmony remains
Additionally, while holistic arts such as yoga, massage, tai chi and
meditation can both reduce stress and promote inner harmony, they
may also create only short-term benefits. No matter how much time
and attention you devote to these healing arts, if stress and inner
turmoil immediately begin creeping back into your life, all of your
efforts will have been of fleeting value.
All of this has left many experts to conclude that stress and inner
turmoil are an inescapable part of modern life. But, what they are
missing is the fact that full and lasting inner harmony cannot be
created by any one "technique."
You see, true harmony of your body, mind and spirit cannot be
created by escape or temporary respites from the real world.
Instead, it must flow naturally from an on-going, 24-hour-a-day,
unshakable foundation that helps you to effortlessly engage the
external world as a calm, clear, confident, effective, efficient,
light-hearted, self-nurturing person. For holistic well-being, you
must be a holistic being - approaching, engaging and interpreting
all of your life in a consistent manner that continually unites your
mind, body and spirit for the common good.
Please let us show you how to develop such a holistic philosophy, or
mindset, into an all encompassing, health-promoting, life-enhancing