Albert Einstein Said ~ “Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way”
I personally tie this into an individual’s psychology and self-awareness. You see the journey to wellness can be convoluted, contemplating all factors in an individual’s life to get at what’s really driving certain behaviors, in my opinion is the most efficient approach.
Ever heard of emotional eating? Or psychosomatic illnesses? Linking people’s emotions to their behavior and its consequences is key to treating such cases.
Psychology can play a pretty large role in illness and disease, listed below are a few(not all) in which an individual’s psychology can have a direct affect on:
- Heart disease
- Birth defects and infant mortality
- Infectious diseases
Helping people achieve self-awareness can have a positive impact on their health and the well-being of their families, the workforce and their communities. Historically, individuals without intention and awareness training seldom establish their own core values. Most of us, as children without ideas of our own, adopt the core values of our parents and families. Typically, these adopted core values dictate what our religious, social and environmental behaviors will be.
When an individual’s beliefs are congruent with the core values they express through their actions, they typically exhibit mind-body-soul alignment. Such people seldom suffer from illnesses and when they do, they usually recover quickly.
Why? Because being clear about who they are and what they stand for as human beings makes them very aware of and resilient to what drains them of their vitality. With their core values as their compass, little energy is needed to get them back on track again.
When you become clear about your own core values, you’ll become just as passionate about your chosen direction in life.
When you are certain it is your life, not one imposed by your mom, dad or any other social group, you really become free, an individual with self-awareness.
From a position of self-awareness, you know what you bring to your personal, professional and spiritual relationships. It is only by becoming self-aware that you can ever define what you offer to yourself and the world around you.