Wow!

When I first started writing blogs it made me nervous to write something that was going to go on the net, be there forever, and ever, with my name on it.  I got over my nervousness found the courage and here I am at blog #50!

Why am I writing these, because someone needs to hear the message that there are natural solutions to health, mind health and body health.  There is such a connection between mind and body, but we continue to see them as two separate things and treat them separately.  My hope is that in all of the words of my blogs that people start to realize the connection.  The answers to feeling well are within yourself, with maybe a little help.

What is wellness for myself and my message with www.mindhealthconnect.ca? It is about natural solution to healing, trusting in Mother Nature.  Plus, looking at healing in a different way, a way that is not typically common thinking.  Allopathic Medicine targets an intervention response without thinking about how each part of the body is connected i.e. with drugs having effects opposite to symptoms.  We have to start believing that the body is this beautiful machine, where each part of the machine needs the other to operate.  It is like having an engine without putting in gas. 

Who determined that the mind and body don’t communicate? We might think of our feelings as something that exists in our mind, the word “feeling” implies a physical sensation.  Your feelings are then a bodily experience.  Therefore, all of your feelings have bodily sensations that define them, is this not connection?

How you think can affect how you feel. And how you feel can affect your thinking.  An example of mind-body thinking is how your body response to stress.  Constant worry and stress over jobs, finances, or other problems can cause tense muscles, pain, headaches, and stomach problems.  Which depletes our body of the nutrients it needs to operate efficiently. 

But, also changing the thinking around the nature of our mental thinking:  are they not physical?  The “essence” of this problem, is it mental or physical, revolves around the nature of the defining “essence” of the mental phenomena of consciousness and intentionality: can they or can they not be explained in physical terms?  Lots of thinking about this problem! But there is no definitive answer.  My shells are spinning around all the future words I can write on this subject.

We have to start seeing the body and mind as a whole and not two parts joined together but, one whole from the beginning.

Have questions, just ask me info@mindhealthconnect.ca

December 4, 2023
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