Our thoughts determine how we see ourselves and the world around us, influencing our emotions and actions. Consequently, thoughts impact our health and shape our reality.
Having a healthy mind means mastering your thoughts and becoming the creator of your own reality. It is about cultivating wisdom and balance by integrating emotion and logic, so that you can consciously choose better thoughts, make wiser decisions, and experience a happier life.
The healthcare industry has been rapidly changing over the past decade, and it is becoming widely understood that chronic inflammation is the source of all health issues. Consequently, the emphasis is beginning to shift towards diet and lifestyle when it comes to the prevention, remission, and, in some cases, cure of disease and mental illness. Especially with the discovery of the brain-gut connection, it is undeniable that a healthy body and healthy mind are intrinsic and synonymous.
Another key component of a healthy, happy life is creating a fulfilling, meaningful life. Spirituality is a part of the holistic experience, but it manifests differently for each person—through human connection, nature, art, music, religion, non-religious spirituality, etc. Spirituality is whatever it is that quenches your spirit and connects you to something larger than yourself. And, by becoming more in touch with your spirit, you’ll find that instead of just surviving and thinking about life, you’re actually enjoying and experiencing it.
To provide holistic care that focuses on three components of good health—the mind, body, and spirit. Instead of simply tolerating, slowing the progression of, or suppressing symptoms of illness, the purpose of therapy is to promote healing by treating the root causes of illness. Through education, skills, emotional connection, and lifestyle changes, people can reclaim their health and regain control over their own wellbeing.
“It is far more important to know what person the disease has than what disease the person has.” - Hippocrates