Soul-Purpose (part 4)

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 52 on Radio X from 8 December 2014

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I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters.

How are you feeling today? I sincerely hope you’ve been listening to the previous episodes of Health Matters, as today is the last part of a series on the topic of self-discovery of finding those unique skills you are born with and when put into your daily reality leads to a greater sense of fulfilment and purpose which, contribute to the pursuit for happiness, health and the feeling of wellbeing.

Three questions have been asked and their purpose explained:

What do you admire in others?

What do others admire in you?

What have you done, that truly made you happy?

Three questions, three ways of looking into the mirror to see one’s soul reflected. I hope you discovered some new things about yourself, or that you start the see the bigger picture of some of the experiences you’ve had, or see sense in messages that you’ve been receiving but didn’t really pay attention to until now.

Now you know and can start another process. You’ve observed yourself, your past experiences and you can start projecting a new future from here. You can start to draw a blueprint for your future.

Lots of people are lost, walk around aimlessly. Are you one of them, then today that can change… or maybe you like to change your direction, then for you today can be the day where you start to walk another path.

And yes one more question is in need to be answered. How do you see yourself in 10 years time. I want you to write what your ideal day, week month looks like. You’ve found out your talents now imagine that you’ve nourished, developed, honed these talents… and are living them consciously what would your life look like. Start with the phrase I wake up in the morning and… then you fill in the rest.

Do you wake up alone or with partner, are you married, do you have kids,… make the dream a realistic experience but don’t limit yourself by todays standards or limitations… Dream how you really would like to wake-up, have your day organised,… what your ideal life would look like what you are born to be, what your unique combination of skills offer to yourself and others.

As I explained last week. I answered these questions put to me by a coach 14 years ago. I wrote down my perfect day, week month…

I live today 80% of what I had envisaged then but what is more important is that I had so many wonderful experiences on the way… like having my own radio feature and articles in Together Magazine… thanks to upholding my vision and never wavering from it. That I’m healthier, happier, and feel more fulfilled then ever before and it doesn’t end here.

I feel it is only starting.

You can create your dream and be who you were born to be. True happiness comes with the process of conscious living. By unlearning many things you have learned and learning new ways. By doing there is no trying.

And know : You always have choice you always have a chance

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Have a great day, and I’ll catch up with you again next week with another episode of Health Matters. For more information about me my presentations or consultations or when you just want to get in touch visit the  website www.tommeyers.be

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Soul-Purpose (part 3)

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 51 on Radio X from 1 December 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

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In last weeks episode, I shed light on the second of the three questions where you ask yourself: What do others admire in me? Which is the reverse perspective of the first question and gives you insights into whom or what you attract. Attract just like a magnet so to speak and thus without really doing anything to attract it in the first place.

This question can also be looked into differently. You could observe what people have said to you that you are good at or feel drawn to you for?

It’s what you resonate outwardly… and that people pick up without you having to do anything for it… Like a personal beacon coming from deep within. Have you ever noticed how successful people radiate… yes that kind of vibration comes from being in their element, in their personal Power.

First question ‘what do you admire in others ‘ was you versus others, the second ‘What do others admire in you’ others versus you that leaves a question you with yourself and that is exactly what the third question is all about and it goes – What have you done that truly made you happy -.

Take a moment to revisit past events and observe all the moments where you had a blissful feeling, a feeling of belonging or where you felt and thought if I would do this for the rest of my life I would be happy.

What was it about that moment that made you feel that way. What made you so happy? … and no it wasn’t that moment where you were lying on a beach drinking your favourite cocktail… I’m not taking about those moments… nice and blissful as they are it’s not a talent as such… However travelling can be. Some people feel better when they move around… others prefer to stay in one place.

But it could be for example when you were creating a presentation for  a unique occasion and for which you had to do research, write a speech and then give the speech and where afterwards people came up to you asking how many times you had done this already while it was your first time… yep that happened to me… and from that experience I distilled that I actually loved research on a topic I was passionate about and that I loved standing in front of people and share information that I was actually good at it without too much effort and from which I then summarised as being blessed with the talents of a researcher and teacher.

From question one and two I distilled communicator, traveller and therapist…

So for me 5 talents… 5 building blocks… 5 ingredients that I needed to explore. Ok to put things in perspective I did this exercise 14 years ago when I was 30 I was unhappy, depressed. I was working in the catering business as a waiter and ran my own little deli. So nothing at all to do with the talents I had just discovered and that are part of my life today.

What are yours?

Next week we’ll continue the journey and start the process of putting those talents to good use.

But before I leave here is a quote by Edgar Cayce in line with our quest

For life is, and experience is, what each soul makes of it. Fulfilling the soul’s purpose is a greater service, a greater joy than may be had by him who may have built a city or have conquered a nation.”

Something to reflect upon the coming week. Have a great day, and I’ll catch up with you again next week.

For more information about my presentations or consultations or when you just want to get in touch visit my website www.tommeyers.be

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Soul-Purpose (part 2)

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I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to episode 50 of Health Matters. Yes 50 episodes we started last year with the quest to understand and manage stress and evolved into a journey of self-discovery as a means to health, wellbeing and happiness

In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

In last weeks episode, I shed light on the first of three question that guide you to find the talents you were born with.

Talents we all have them but who truly knows and hone’s them? In the quest for self-realisation talents are the cornerstone for living a meaningful and happier life as you will discover.

The first question was: What do you admire in others? By means of this question you observe through others, your talents that are waiting to be discovered or that are underdeveloped. Important in your exploration is to see if you discover likenesses in your answers when you observe different people especially friends. Is there a common denominator, a common admirable talent or talents that you recognise in them and if so how would you define that talent? Write it down. I suggest you keep a diary and write down your self-observations to get even more out of the whole experience of self discovery. Writing or for some typing helps processing on a deeper level.

Lets go to the second question. In the second question you reverse the perspective and ask yourself: What do others admire in me?

To answer this question you imagine yourself and your best friend and think with what kind of questions other mutual friends come to you for and not your friend. For what kind of help do your friends come to you for? Or what do you spontaneously attract?

For example people always seem to come to you to tell their problems. It’s always you they seem to talk to about their recent break-ups… or it’s always you they come to when their computer is playing up again…

Whom and what at do you attract? Look back and see if there is a pattern especially to the spontaneous requests by people you didn’t know.

You can also answer this question differently. What have people said to you that you’re good at or feel drawn to you for? For example if you observe that people keep saying oh you’re such a good listener maybe you should listen to what they are really saying… the message behind the words. To be able to listen is a talent… when people seek your council and trust your opinion you have the talent of counselling of a therapist maybe.

Do you start to see the picture? Do you start to see how self-observation and the observation of others can be used as a mirror to your soul of finding out who you truly are?

Next week i’ll elaborate on the last question What have you done that truly made you happy? But maybe you can already try to find out yourself what this question can bring you for information.

And whatever you do enjoy the process, share it with a loved one or friends… start a meaningful conversation over a dinner or why not in the pub and you can always let me know how you get along through my website www.tommeyers.be where you also find information about my presentations or consultations.

So for now have a great day and you’ll here from me again next week here on health matters.

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Be the change you want to see in the world

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Soul-Purpose (part 1)

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 49 on Radio X from 17 November 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

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In last weeks episode, I gave you some homework to do… three questions to find out more about yourself… the find those unique skills you are born with.

The questions were:

  • What do you admire in others?
  • What do others admire in you?
  • What have you done that truly made you happy?

How did you get along?

On our endeavour for health and wellbeing the answers to these kind of questions – where you become the observer – come in very handy as they lead to the fundamental guidelines on your quest for self-realisation and sense of fulfilment.

Just like when you want to build your dream house. First you need to know where you are going to build it. How big is the terrain, are there rules you need to abide to set out by the council etc.

In self-realisation and your quest for health and happiness it is just the same. First you need to know things about yourself. You need to find out the talents you were born with, find meaning in the unique combination of skills and put them into service of yourself and others.

This process is an act of living more consciously and with it a sense of perpetual wonder and awe sets in, you contribute to a better world, as your purposefulness sensitises others… Just like one candle in a dark room transcends its obscurity.

Before you can shed light on others you need to find the light within. So for you to become that light lets look into the mirror.

Question one – what do you admire in others – is the mirror of your unconscious talents. What you see and admire in others is a part of you that feels ignored. You see in others what you fail to see in yourself.

For example when your answer to this quest is: I admire in others the way they are so knowledgable, have a response for everything, are quick and witty with words… they are so captivating when they speak…

If you truly look at the essence of these observations then one word comes to mind ‘Communication’… you admire communication… when you look at the world around you which is the mirror of yourself and you see communication then you are a communicator.

Whatever talent or talents you observed in others… it is yours. You might laugh or find this concept completely ridiculous. Just wait and see. For now just keep the word or words. Write them down in a diary and next week we’ll continue the journey.

In the meantime have a great week.

Would you like to know more about Health Matters my Understanding and Managing Stress presentations or consultations, then please visit my website www.tommeyers.be

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Discover your potential

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 48 on Radio X from 10 November 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

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In last weeks episode, I shared with you that your heart and your gut have an intelligence of their own and that this intelligence can act independently from the control of your brain.

You can tap into that intelligence to improve your health but also to bring more meaning into your life. Meaning is associated with the feeling of fulfilment and increased sense of wellbeing.

Let us stop here for a moment as I would like to remind you of the quest we’re on since September? The quest to find answers to the question: What is health?

For those of you that just started to listen to Health Matters, I highly recommend that you go to the podcast or blog and listen to the previous episodes.

That said and with renewed focus lets continue were we left of.

Intuition and gut feeling, we all have it and at times act accordingly but more often than not we don’t. We do not trust it enough and regret it afterwards. Learning to trust your intuition and gut feeling is like fine-tuning your musical skills by practicing over and over again. How? For example you can do this by repeating the Reaset Breathing exercise or daily practices like mindfulness, meditation or yoga.

While you’re practicing your intuition and gut feeling you can also go on a still deeper personal journey. A journey that takes you to discover your potential or how I like to refer to it the journey to find out your soul-purpose.

You might not believe there is something like a potential pre-destination and that is ok, I had difficulties accepting that too. But today I can look back at 14 years of developing my innate potential and living my soul-purpose or in other words living who I was born to be.

We all come into this world with certain personality traits some of which are dominant others that will develop over time depending on  environmental stimuli. The same is true for your aptitudes, your talents, your unique skills.

You were born with a unique combination of skills that defines who you are just as much as being a man or a woman defines you.

So how do you find your unique skills? I’m sure some you know already but others you don’t and others still you are expressing but don’t see them as anything special but people around you do.

So what I would like you to do this week is answer the following three questions

1. What do you admire in others?

2. What do others admire in you?

3. What have you done that truly made you happy?

Make your answers short and precise.

In the next episode of Health Matters I’ll share with you how to interpret your answers.

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In the meantime have a great day, and I’ll catch up with you again next week. For more information about my presentations or consultations , to visit the blog or to pick up your November copy of Together Magazine please visit my website www.tommeyers.be

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The pursuit of self-realization


Only a King can dream Versailles

Tom Meyers looks at the starting point on the road to self-fulfilment

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Personal development is the conscious pursuit of self-realization by expanding your self-awareness and by nourishing and honing your innate potential. In other words, personal development is reaching out for your heart’s desire, to become who you were born to be.

But what does your heart truly desire? Your heart, not your mind. What does your heart beat for? Who were you born to be? When you’re on a path of personal development finding the answers to these kinds of questions is a very good start and makes a sound basis for truly finding happiness and fulfilment.

(Interesting article about “Soul Loss” go to themindunleashed.org)

I would even go a step further: it is essential and the best present you’ll ever give yourself.

I’d like to show why I think this is so by illustrating it with the metaphor ‘Only a king can dream Versailles’ from the book The School for Gods by Professor Stefano d’Anna.

If you’re not born into a royal family then the likelihood you’ll ever become a king is very slim and Versailles or any other kingdom is very far off. You don’t hear me say that becoming a king or having a kingdom is impossible but highly unlikely. And let’s say you managed against all odds and with enormous sacrifices you’ve become a king, then the question remains will you be living a meaningful and happy life or always live in fear of losing it?

On the journey of self-realization, finding out your innate gifts – your potential – is the
best starting point for setting your aims in life so that you can live the dream. AIM is an anagram for I AM… who am I?

It’s important to remember that you are not alone. You are part of a society that is part of the earth that is part of the galaxy that is part of the Universe. Your reason for being is associated with a contribution to a collective. You are like a single cell with a specific role and function that together with all the other cells makes up your body – something bigger than the sum of its parts. When does a body function well? When all the parts are playing their role.

When you start nourishing and nurturing your soul’s purpose and start playing your part you will see miracles happen, you will be happier, healthier and live a more fulfilled life. There will be a continuous quality to life that you’ve only experienced on occasions.

Today is the day that you can change your life.

When you feel unhappy, uneasy and sense that something isn’t adding up… accept it. Observe what isn’t going well, what you’d like to change. Then decide to take the time to work on yourself. The next question is where you want to start your quest.

When finding out your innate potential and who you were born to be, there are a few questions that can help you:

1. What do you admire in others?
2. What do others admire in you?
3. What have you done that truly made you happy?

Answers should be short and precise, just like key words.

Use the answers to these questions as a mirror to your soul. Question 1 is the mirror of your unconscious and the potential waiting to be developed. Question 2 and 3 are mirrors of expressed potential but that something that will need honing and given direction.

Enjoy the journey and remember: “The amplitude of one’s own being sets the limit of what a man can ask from life and the culmination of his every desire. At the same time it is also the limit of all that a man can receive and possess.” (The Dreamer, The School for Gods)

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Heart and Gut Brain

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 47 on Radio X from 03 November 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

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In last weeks episode, I shared with you that you have to be careful that your ego doesn’t stand in the way of your health and wellbeing, and that your ego doesn’t deviate you from your journey towards living a meaningful and happy life.

So where do you start?

How do you determine what is ego or what comes from the heart?

You can start with listening to your intuition, the guiding voice within… As intuition is guidance from your heart from you inner knowing.

By the way did you know that your heart has an intelligence on its own? and that 60 to 65% of your heart cells are neurones and not muscle cells?

Yes, amazing isn’t it more then half of your heart is made up of the same cells your brain is made of? These neurones allow the heart to feel, sense, learn, remember and make functional decisions without the consent of the brain…

There is not only the inner voice you also have gut feeling…

And the gut yes, I think you know what I’m going to say now, also contains neurones… in your gut you can find about 100 million of them … neurones that connect to your heart and your brain.

Listening and feeling… where did we encounter these senses before?

Ah yes in the reaset breathing exercise I shared with you in previous episodes of Health Matters.

The Reaset Breathing exercise for those who just joined Health Matters is an exercise – where you breathe in and out slowly with, focus on your heart and where you evoke a warming loving feeling throughout your body.

When you practice this exercise daily you do not only promote the relaxation, recuperation and regenerative forces within you… which in turn have a positive influence on your health and wellbeing … you actually train yourself to become more in tune with your intuition and your gut feeling.

For more information on this exercise go to my website and download for FREE the ebook ‘Reaset: The return of Ease’.

Other practices which contribute to increasing your heart and gut  intelligence is yoga, meditation and mindfulness. Practices where listening and feeling are promoted.

In next weeks episode of Health Matters I’ll share with you other isights that contribute to a more meaningful, healthier and happier life,  inspired from the heart.

Meanwhile, have great week and if you haven’t done so already subscribe to the Health Matters blog or Facebook page so you don’t miss any future episodes or article. You can find the links on my website www.tommeyers.be

 

Info:

http://themindunleashed.org/2014/10/ancient-science-living-heart.html
http://www.bbc.com/news/health-18779997
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/gut-second-brain/
http://www.rewireme.com/journeys/your-heart-and-stomach-may-be-smarter-than-you-think/

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Some aims make you sick

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 46 on Radio X from 20 October 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

In last weeks episode, I shared that you have to be careful what you aim for, as some aims can make you sick. What aims aren’t good for you, the ones that are ego driven and aren”t in line with your unconscious mind or subconscious program, or what I call for myself my soul purpose.

JP Sears, a holistic coach has a great video on youtube the law of attraction delusion which I will put on my website and highly recommend it.

http://www.innerawakeningsonline.com

In his video he illustrates that because our ego is in need for love it thinks that it is the most powerful force in the Universe and thus thinks it can be do and have everything it sets it mind to it. Just think about how dangerous that would be.

From a neuroscience point of view our higher cognitive functioning, free will and awareness just like writing, planning and reasoning are processed in the outer layer of our brain called the neocortex. Just under the neocortex emotions and memory are processed in an area called the limbic system. Subconscious processes like the stress response, regulation of all vital systems are in the deeper more central layers of the brain and is connected with your spinal cord. Some scientist believe, that these layers from reptilian brain to neocortex are linked with evolution from primitive to more protective and social beings to the present stage of our evolution with higher cognitive functions like speaking, writing, planning, symbolic reasoning and past present future thinking.

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Although the neocortex is the biggest part of our brain taking up about 70 % of the total volume when it comes to which part controls what it isn’t the volume that is important but the connections between the different layers.

Connections are neurones and just like highways they go in a certain direction. That direction dictates who controls what. As an example if you could consciously control your heartbeat by just a thought that would mean that there must be a direct link from your outer layer of your brain that part of your brain that controls your heartbeat which is situated centrally in the reptilian brain. Does that exist? No However is there a link from your heart centre to your emotions and conscious brain? Yes.

There are 70% more connections from the centre of your brain to the outer layers of your brain. That means there are 70% more influences from your subconscious, innate programming to your cognitive and decision making centres… no tell me who or what is in control?

Can you have, do, be anything you set your mind to?

With all this in mind it’s time for sharing insights on how you can find your potential and start your journey towards a more meaningful life, happier and healthier life.

So Tune in next week for another episode of Health Matters here on radio X. Meanwhile, have great week and why not subscribe to the Health Matters blog or Facebook page so you don’t miss any future feature or bonus episodes and articles. You can find the links on my website www.tommeyers.be

Extra:

Here is another video that I saw appearing on my Facebook news feed that illustrates how positive thinking from a scientific point of isn’t always good for you.

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Just keep an open mind and listen to your heart.

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AIM = I AM

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 45 on Radio X from 20 October 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my professional experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

In last weeks episode, I talked about the benefits of becoming mindful of your bodies limits, of what it can handle. Don’t get me wrong your body is amazing but trop is the veel en the veel is trop as they say here in Belgium. Therefore get to know your limits and act accordingly.

Last week I also asked you to ponder upon the meaning of the metaphor ‘Only a king can dream a Kingdom’. It’s a quote from the personal development book the School for Gods written by professor Stefano d’Anna. Actually the quote goes ‘Only a King can dream Versailles…’ but that is just between you  and me 😉

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When it comes to health and wellbeing knowing who you are and who you were born to be are just as important as knowing the limits and resources of your body.

Let me illustrate.

Imagine your dream is to become a King but you are NOT born in a royal family then the likelihood you’ll ever be a king is very slim and Versailles or a kingdom far off. You don’t hear me say that becoming a king or having a kingdom is impossible but however and I hope you agree, highly unlikely. But lets say just for the sake of it that you managed somehow against all odds and probably with enormous sacrifices to become a King, then the question remains will you be living a meaningful and happy life or always live in fear for loosing it? Fear, means stress and chronic stress leads to illness and so on…

In other words you can aim for anything you wish for… but it doesn’t mean it will bring you happiness or health… on the contrary some aims can make you sick.

And after all AIM is the acronym for I AM and therefore knowing who you are, what your heart truly desire becomes part of the health equation! Your heart, not your mind.

And these kind of questions, reflections on one self have everything to do with personal development… or the conscious pursuit of self-realisation by expanding your self-awareness and by nourishing and honing your innate potential.

In other words personal development is reaching out to living your heart’s desire, to become who you were born to be and is essential for finding happiness and fulfilment and contribute to health and wellbeing.

Do I still have your attention?

In the coming weeks I will share with you my personal story how three questions put to me 14 years ago saved my life and contributed to who I am today and which can help you too, on your journey of self-realisation and improved health and wellbeing.

That’s all for this episode of Health Matters have a great day and I’ll catch up with you again next week here on Radio X or why not subscribe to the Health Matters podcast or Facebook page so you don’t miss any future feature or bonus episodes and articles. You can also find this episode as an article in next months Together Magazine to get to it go to my website www.tommeyers.be

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Only a King can dream a Kingdom

Transcript of the Feature ‘Health Matters’ nr. 44 on Radio X from 13 October 2014

I’m Tom Meyers and welcome to another episode of Health Matters. In Health Matters I share with you my personal experience as an osteopath and stress coach, bring you scientific insights and pass on practical tips how to manage stress and improve your health and well-being.

In last weeks episode, I talked about how psychosocial aspects influence our health and went on to discover that our stress response still functions much the same as it did when we were cave men and women.

However we are faced with very different stressors and challenges compared to our prehistoric ancestors especially now with technology ruling our time, work and social interaction…. or where you chased by a sabre tiger or had to chase after food or grow all your own, had a tribal dispute, experienced draught or famine recently…

One of the many challenges we face to stay healthy in this modern, fast paced, technology ruled environment where there is no room for failure or imperfection and were marketing only promotes and pushes for perfection, harder, better, faster, stronger, higher environment, is to accept that we are human, not superhuman.

That being human means we have a body that that body has its limits in contrary to our mind with its infinite possibilities. Being a healthy human is to know where the limits of the body are and to be mindful of the body’s needs instead of disregarding them. I can run a marathon in my mind, I just close my eyes and there I go… I can even win against the strongest competitors… however when I start running now… well I will not make it very far and even if I train I will never win… it is just a fact and I know my limits… However put me on a stage and let me talk about stress health and wellbeing I’m in my element and so is my body… There is a quote only a king can dream a kingdom… just ponder upon that this week 🙂

Back to our body… The body is the temple in which your soul houses. Honour it, and it will honour you. Be mindful of your body and its needs and health will be your bonus. Give it at try what do you have to loose?

It takes a bit of training yes but it’s well worth the effort. The best way to train body awareness is by practicing a very simple breathing exercise. It only takes a 2-3 minutes which you repeat a couple of times a day and goes as follows

You breathe in and out slowly with a cycle of about 6 a minute. After a minute start inducing a feeling of warmth, wellbeing with every exhalation. Like a wave that goes through your body.

Keep practicing this exercise and become aware of the sensations in your body and observe what happens.

That’s all for this episode of Health Matters have a great day and I’ll catch up with you again next week here on Radio X or why not subscribe to the Health Matters podcast or Facebook page so you don’t miss any future feature or bonus episodes and articles. You can find the appropriate links and a free ebook with the mentioned exercise on my website www.tommeyers.be

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