Health & Wellness

“Health is a state of complete

physical, mental and social well-being,

and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

~World Health Organization

Safe But Stuck

Are you doing what you want to do physically? Are you letting the fears we described in the chapter on Emotions hold you back? Do you focus on being alive and feeling the joy of each day by moving your body to enhance your health?

If you are not doing what you want to do because you are too tired, too weak, too worried about germs and viruses, then you are denying yourself a full life.  Some people have a long list of physical reasons and justifications as to why they can’t do the things they enjoy.

I am often asked to speak to support groups for such illnesses as Parkinson’s, Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Brain Injury.  I am also a frequent speaker at early-education conferences. Being young, immobile, aching, sick or hurting are all explanations, but they are not excuses.

While caregivers and staff are interested in our safety and protection from harm, most of us want to be active and involved.  “Safe” means “stuck” to those who hunger for the experience of aliveness. They want to be able to run, walk, dance and move their bodies.  They want ideas on adapting to limitations but expressing joy with their physical bodies.

It may be uncomfortable and even scary to try things that push the envelope in physical exertion. Do it anyway. Try something to stretch the muscles of your body and your mind every day.  Even if you don’t do it perfectly, you will have moved.

You don’t have to get sick to get better.  Enjoy the energy that flows in your body.

Move It or Lose It

Providing you give your body sufficient rest, our parts and pieces thrive on physical exercise.  Our muscles, bones, joints and cells are built to change position. The Universe rewards movement of any kind.

When you take the action of movement, the energy will be there.  You may think you can’t do it. If you will find a way to do some small forward activity you will be stronger, healthier and more robust.

Don’t wait for the energy before you start moving your body. Move your body in some kind of physical activity and the energy will follow. I know this from personal experience with a number of activities that my doctors are surprised I not only accomplish but enjoy daily.

The more flexible you become in your physical body, the more flexible you become emotionally.

Soar With Your Strengths………………….

You are invited to read more about this area of life and the rest of  the book……

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Out of Balance? Be a Bounce Back Person can be purchased from Judy’s site at http://www.bouncebackperson.com or Amazon and Kindle.

PS. Ordering from our site gives you a number of BONUS items including a 15 minute coaching session with the author, Judy H. Wright

 

 

 

Out of Balance? Be a Bounce Back Person can be purchased from Judy’s site at http://www.bouncebackperson.com or Amazon and Kindle.

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