MIND Men are not prisoners of fate, but prisoners of their own minds.
—Franklin D. Roosevelt
As our bodies are the external expression of ourselves, our minds are the internal expression of our being. Because our minds create our reality, we can change our reality by changing the way we think.
Changing the messages we give ourselves starts by recognizing and transforming self-defeating thoughtsor beliefs. Through hypnosis, visualization or imagery, our minds become actively engaged in filtering out negative, non-beneficial messages, and our body and spirit respond to our mental state and become attuned to the positive that is around us.
To keep the body in good health is a duty…otherwise we shall not be able to keep our minds strong and clear.
The body is a vessel for the soul, our minds, thoughts, feelings and emotions. When our body is out of balance, our focus diverts to our physical maladies and we cease growing mentally or spiritually.
Freeing the body to be powerfully alive and healthy provides the mind and the soul with the freedom to learn and grow to their fullest potential. Regardless of physical condition, personal training develops and maintains a body that is muscularly balanced, with equal levels ofstrength, speed, agility and flexibility. This frees us to radiate physical energy, mental focus and spiritual attunement without distraction.
SPIRIT Diseases of the soul are more dangerous and more numerous than those of the body.
Spirituality is the glue binding the body, mind and soul together, infusing each one with power and purpose. Attaining spiritual enlightenment requires an ongoing dialog with the divine as we move through life.
While many of us pray, which is speaking to God, the angels, saints or ascended masters, very few of us ever stop and listen for the answers that are being whispered back to us! Whether through words, messages in songs, gut feelings, or unusual coincidences, the divine is always there with us, hoping we will listen. As with any conversation, the active listener typically receives the greatest insight and understanding.
Meditating, or simply being still, fills us with peace,allowing us to stop speaking in order “hear” and understand what is at work in our lives, and to fully integrate with the divine.