Saturday, December 6, 2014

To be a "Whole" person, your mind, body and spirit must become unified

You may be asking, "your mind and spirit must become unified to be whole?" What does that mean? All of you is your mind, body and spirit. Sometimes, we tend to feed one and neglect the others or neglect one and feed the others. I'm beginning to realize more and more, not sure why I forget, the importance of balance.

Ever battle with your heart, feel you need to resolve every problem that you encounter and when you're unable, you feel overwhelmed or defeated?

Author Michael Singer recommends that we have to learn not to fall into the trap of emotions when problems occur due to our mental reaction. Whenever you react you are bond to regret. He suggest leaning away from what the mind does to over emphasize the problem, to avoid over focusing on the problem. Being still is his answer to finding the true solution and freedom from the mental anguish, anxiety, worry and unnecessary pain we cause ourselves. This is not to say you will never experience pain, for through pain we grow wiser. It's as though pain is a form of transitioning to the next level, if we allow it to serve that purpose.

Check out his book "the untethered soul". This video interview with Oprah discusses his book, experiences and solutions to becoming a more whole person. It's simple. It is us that make things more difficult by replaying our problems over and over again in our heads. The "if this happens next time" or "if that person says something to me I'm gonna" and so on.

"Author Michael Singer says spiritual growth can begin by silencing the negative thoughts in our minds. Watch as Michael shares a spiritual solution to use to regain inner peace when thoughts become distracting."

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