To do the very best job with our work and career it is important that we are feeling fit and mobile. If we are attempting to do our job while we are experiencing aches and pains, we will not do our best because we do not feel our best. And if you are one of those people who take a great deal of pride in their work this is a big deal.
All aches and pains, swelling and tenderness, discoloration and tightness are communications from your body to you. So what is your body trying to tell you? Is your body saying that it is enjoying the lifestyle you are living or the foods that you may be eating? Or is it saying that it really loves the exercise and movement program that you are on? Or could it possibly be saying you are not treating me with the love and kindness that is necessary for me to feel great and be free of pain? Something needs to change for us to be our best and until we take 100% responsibility for how our body is performing, we will not get a handle on health and wellbeing.
What changes could you make right now, that would benefit your body and how it is performing? I know that you know one thing; that if you stopped doing right now, would make a difference in how you feel. Or one thing that if you incorporated into your life would benefit you greatly, – this is the responsibility factor I am talking about. Sometimes however, we need support and assistance to learn and do the correct thing for our wellbeing. Setting aside a period of time to really treat your body well, do the things that assist you to release toxins and learn some lifestyle skills that can make you move easily and be free of pain can be your New Years gift to you.
You can start the New Year off with a LOSS that will give you the freedom of movement that your heart desires. The loss, of course, is the loss of patterns and behaviors that are causing your body to ache and feel uncomfortable. Re-moving substances that are toxic to the body will greatly improve mobility and relieve aches and pains. Welcome to a healthy 2010.
Blog by Angela Burr-Madsen TNP.