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Triangle of Nature. Mind, Body, and Spirit. We are here to help you achieve your success. Through healthy eating habits, daily exercise routines, revitalization of the arts, and higher vibrations of thinking. Common psychology background to help succeed in your relationships and personal life (Mind). We offer holistic remedies and approaches to improve your health (Body). And spiritual guidance on your journey to seeking God (Spirit).

Mind

Taking care of your mental health is usually the first step. If you have negative thoughts in your life, this creates a lower vibration of thinking. Karma, much like the Newton’s Third Law of Motion, refers to action. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. A cause and effect system. When reduced down to the simple system of your current life in this moment of time, you will see how your thoughts have an effect on daily happenings. If you wake up and start your day in a bad mood, you will slowly see your day heading further and further down hill. A snowball effect. Unless of course, you redirect your energy. The First Law of Thermodynamics, energy can neither be created nor destroyed; energy can only be transferred or changed from one form to another. So let’s say you start your day off bad by waking up late and having to rush to work; instead of thinking “God why did this have to happen, my boss is going to hate me.” or “This ruins my whole day, I didn’t even have time to do x activity.” etc, you could take a deep breath and say “Thank you Lord, I understand everything happens for a reason and I trust in You that everything will work out accordingly.” By simply stepping back from the situation and assessing it logically, you can give yourself a chance to change the energy that would have been created from thinking negatively. This will start your day off blessed, by allowing more positive occurrences to attract themselves to you.

Changing your mindset and view towards things is the first step. If you view working out negatively, thinking “This is too much effort.” “Exercising is time I don’t have.” “I don’t even like exercising.” etc., you will never be able to align yourself to this activity. You may attempt it, but later on you will fail. Until you reprogram your mind into thinking, “I love exercise!” “I feel revitalized and energized after a workout.” “Exercise is an important part to my health by nourished my body with fresh blood at a faster rate.” By repeatedly telling yourself these things, and affirming them in mediation and activity, you can retrain your mind. If something does not work out, usually it is something hidden deep in your subconscious that prevents you from succeeding. As you go on through out life, take note of every thought that passes through your mind. Accept it as is, thank it for bringing it’s attention to you, and release it with a loving positive thought. Tell yourself two positives to “counteract” this thought in a sense. We will talk more about this later on.

Body

It is important to take care of your body for optimal health. If you do not feed your body the proper ingredients, it cannot nourish itself and function properly. For example, you cannot give a car water and expect it to run. But if you feed it what it was designed for, gas, than it will run smoothly as long as you maintain it along the way, oil changes, tire changes, etc.

Nourishment: Our bodies were built for a vegetarian based diet. If you look at our teeth compared to herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores, we resemble an herbivores mouth. Many have become accustomed to the dependency on meat, our cultures have programmed our minds into thinking this is a necessity. By simply looking at observational facts, you can see the opposite. But of course, eat whatever you feel is best for your body. If you feel rejuvenated after eating a cow, then by all means, go ahead and eat as much as you’d like. Pay attention to how food affects you and build a personal diet that works best for yourself.

Maintenance: Nobody likes to hear it, but I must say the truth. Exercise. Our bodies literally need some form of exercise. If you go back to the days when we were fighting for survival, we were constantly moving. This is how our bodies adapted and what they were used to/programmed to. Exercise increases your heart rate, which in turn increases your oxygen output, replenishing your cells much faster. Of course moderation is key, and there are cases in extreme athletes of temporary organ failure. Exercise also increases your vibrational energy. Our bodies are made up of energy, and when heat is released the molecules move faster which acts as a catalyze to speed up reactions inside the tissue. Find out what exercise program works best for you and the amount needed daily. Remember to enjoy it! Make it a relaxing activity versus a chore.

Spirit

Many people resort to religious traditions in order to connect with a higher power, but your form of spiritual practice is up to you as an individual. After taking care of your mind and body, it is much easier to achieve action on a spiritual plane. 1 Corinthians 6:19 “Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit…” Much like a triangle, spirit lies on top, with mind and body on the lateral bottom sides. Take care of yourselves and you will be more equipped to take on this path. Common spiritual practices good for health are yoga, meditation, tai chi, prayer, and daily reading (of whatever ancient text if you choose to do so).

Our body we are currently in is physical. Through out the ages we have lost touch with our true selves. In order to achieve our highest potential we must connect with our spirit. Through radiating love, we can reach and heal others. Our final goal is to come together as one and raise our vibrations to positivity. Joy, peace, and loving kindness are good signs your vibrational energy is elevated. 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.”