Day 5 – Body and mind is two sides of a coin
Body and mind affect each other and are interactive parts of the same system
If you are in a bad mood, you can pose as a winner with your arms to the ceiling and smile. Then you will be in a better mood after a few minutes. If you do the opposite and curl yourself inward, you will feel vulnerable and weaker after a while.
Several hundred years ago, an idea came up that the mental and physical parts of the body are separated. We started to divide diseases into one of these two groups. These days you can see an upcoming trend suggesting that mind and body are a lot more interconnected than we have learned. If you get embarrassed, you might get red cheeks. If you have had “butterflies in the stomach” before an exam or a meeting with a new girlfriend or boyfriend, you know that there is a connection.
An emotional and physical reaction goes hand in hand. We are coded due to our herd relations, so different postures and facial expressions follow certain emotions. This connection is so significant that we cannot imagine it right now.
“If you have a dream, don’t just sit there.
Gather courage to believe that you can succeed and leave no stone unturned to make it a reality.”
Do you want to get better from your symptoms and hard feelings? If the answer is yes, just thinking it is possible will help you.
And then it is time to start the journey until you are better. Step by step, slowly, you will become better if you continue to try out new things. This course will give you a clear direction on how to move forward.
“I choose to make the rest of my life the best of my life.”
– Louise Hay
“Every day, in every way, I’m getting
better and better.”
– Emile Coue
Again your mindset is essential. This quote is uplifting. Suppose you have this in your mind more and more often.
Fake it until you make it:
Say the supporting belief in the last box over and over until you believe it.
You will find that it is easier to find a good mood and maybe even make some decisions towards a more comfortable life.
Videos to see:
The doctor who guy up drugs 2 (1 hour)
See how much drugs effects you (47 minutes)
A provoking and uplifting video about how pills affects you.
Symptoms and stress connected (7 minutes)
Here is a clip made to Parkinsons day about a woman with Parkinson’s and how she have start to realize her symptoms is connected to her symptoms