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Happy Healthy Valentine’s Day

Happy Healthy Valentine’s Day

 

Becky Campos Simple Health Ministries

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to talk about the totality of health. After all it is a day to express love for others and what better way to express your love than to learn how to care for yourself and those you love. The month of February is promoted by health organizations as healthy heart month. Although bringing awareness to the subject of health is a good thing, for those who are seriously in pursuit of long-term health, isolated approaches to caring for our human design leaves room for a false sense of health and wellness. In other words, someone may be busy searching for information on heart disease with little thought about their liver, digestive system, lymphatic system and the rest of their organs and internal systems. They may abstain from saturated fats and take up jogging and exercising and consume more fruits and vegetables but are not aware that going to bed at indecent hours also causes wear and tear to the heart. They may not be aware that never scheduling solitude and rest, neglecting to reduce stress, to fast and cleanse your body reduces the probability of healing.

What about mastering emotional and spiritual fortitude? Is that even a concern?

The totality of health is concerned for the health of the body, mind, soul and spirit as a whole unit. There is a striking contrast between an isolated approach to health vs. the totality of health and wellness. The isolated approach deems a specific action to be necessary for health while the totality of health is concerned with wholeness. What is good for the heart is good for the liver is good for the eye and what is bad for the heart is bad for the liver is bad for the eye. True health is focused on caring for the body as a whole.

If you are busy looking for the special Valentine’s Day gift for the one’s you love, you may want to consider adding to those gifts the gift of the totality of health and wellness. You wouldn’t give some one you love a heart shaped box of chocolates half eaten would you? You wouldn’t give them flowers that only had stems and no petals. You wouldn’t want to be taken to a romantic dinner and arrive three hours late? Would you go to a romantic movie and leave in the middle of the film? Would you give your husband a Valentine with out signing it? Would you make him his favorite food and serve it cold? I suspect none of these scenarios are what you are planning to do. Why treat your health any less.

Visit my web site www.simplehealthministries.com and learn more about the totality of health and wellness and let us help you experience how simple health really is!

 

Becky

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