Emotional ties

Emotions and keeping ourselves emotionally and physically well means different things to different people, but perhaps it means working towards a better lifestyle, emotionally and physically with the right amount of exercise and without excessively over-doing it.

But without our emotions in tact we will struggle. We must emotionally manage with what we deal with so that we can cope better with our lives. Our past also plays a huge part in what we deal with, as far as health is concerned, although we tend not to equate the two. When we deal with our thoughts on our past experiences, we will take away some illness.

There are suggestions, provided by clinical evidence that the mind can have an influence on how our body reacts from our emotional thoughts, as I suggest. Life is about learning different approaches, more open approaches to bringing about a better outcome. Approaches that may mean less illness or less pain in our lives.

We may choose to look at all the different possibilities of self-healing and complementary therapies when we fall ill. It’s a good idea to use healing as a means of becoming whole or complete, before illness sets in.

If you get to the stage that illness does take a hold, you will be certainly more equipped to help yourself psychologically, looking to alternative practices.

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7 Sep, 2010

4 thoughts on “Emotional ties

  1. I agree with you totally. Our emotional health does affect our physical health. If someone is ill, they tend to heal better and faster if they are positive.

    Also our past definitely affects us. We just need to learn to deal with our emotional and mental health just as much as our physical health. Our emotional health may be the answer to our physical problems.

    1. Lisa our emotional health is the answer to our physical problems, but not all our physical problems can be sorted through our mental health. It depends what we’re dealing with.

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