Balance & health (1)

There needs to be a balance between the spritual, the emotional, the intellectual and the physical parts of us.
Only then we can live a healthy and happy life.

Our lives need to be balanced in order to be happy and healthy

If we want to be healthy, feel truly alive and open to life’s opportunities we need to look carefully at all parts of our being, the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical part of ourselves.  All these parts need to be equaly strong and in balance. We need to identify our shortcomings and make those changes we need so that we are truly vibrating at the highest level and enjoying life to the fullest.

How Do We View Health Today?

We are taught in our modern culture to think in terms of pieces of ideas or concepts rather than integrated complete ideas and concepts.  We look at our spirit, emotions, minds and bodies as if each part is fully separate from the other rather than totally intertwined.  Modern society rewards specialization, the examination of a piece of the whole.  We believe we can take things apart into small pieces and deal with these small pieces in isolation of the complete idea or concept.

Fragmented approach

This fragmented approach has lead us to look at health in a compartmentalized manner rather than a holisctic view, the management of a totality. We believe that our bodies, organs and systems are totally separate from our thoughts, emotions, energy fields and our spiritual selves, but they are not.  We need to look at how our thoughts can affect our behavior and ultimately our health.  We need to understand how our emotions work and how repressed emotions can create serious illness in our bodies.  We need to acknowledge how our values and beliefs can directly affect our everyday health and appreciate the opportunities these connections offer.


We separate our spiritual lives into a separate box or a specific time for worship or prayer.  We do not integrate spirituality into our everyday lives. We need to work much more on the need to integrate spirituality into the practices of the religion we might belong to and many of us fail to understand the difference between organized religion and spirituality. We need to realize that perhaps our spiritual lives or a lack of spirituality may be causing some of our health problems. Many of us do not know how to develop a personal spirituality and how to connect to all around us, to the world and to the greater universe. But we are connected to all around us. Our actions are having a derect impact on our environment.

Our body, emotion, intellect, energy body and soul together form the whole person.  It is only by dealing with each part of the whole within the whole, that we can have vital and energetic health.


All organs, systems, thoughts, emotions, have their own specific energy or vibration.  Each organ vibrates at an energy specific to it alone.  Each piece of food or drink that we consume has its own vibration. Each emotion has its own vibration. Therefore what we feel, what we think, what we eat and drink, even what we daydream about, has a direct effect on our health. A lot of this is choices that we can make.

So let’s make more good choices to live a much better and healthier life.