(a.k.a How to Heal)
This is no small task. It’s especially challenging for doctors, scientists, academics, or others steeped in the belief that we can “fix whatever’s broke” or think our way out of an unfortunate situation. Symptoms are our body's way of saying something isn’t working anymore. Often, these symptoms have been going on for a while, but we’ve dismissed or overridden them with mind-over-matter techniques.
Now it’s time to pay attention and suspend disbelief. The rational mind allows us to make sense of our discoveries, but it’s our leaps in consciousness that drive discovery.
To be healthy is to be in sync with your inner and outer rhythms. Your organs have their own circadian rhythms, turning on and off at different times in a twenty-four-hour cycle and your days are governed by the rhythms of sunlight, among other forces.
The more regular, the better. A regular schedule allows your digestive organs and all the hormones involved in digesting, absorbing, and using food for energy, to function optimally.
Consistent sleep is necessary for energy and mental focus, as well as for detoxification, tissue growth, and repair.
Healing doesn’t occur in isolation. The people and environment with which you surround yourself can support your journey. But first, you have to open yourself up to receive. Let go of shoulds and should-not. And reach out.
If getting outside is logistically challenging, bring in houseplants or fresh flowers. Any bit of nature can stimulate the healing rest-and-digest phase.
2. Shop at a farmer’s market if available.
3. Use stainless steel and/or ceramic cookware. Avoid non-stick pots and pans.
4. For food storage, use Pyrex glass containers or recycled jars.
5. Filter chlorine from your drinking water, as well as other chemicals and pollutants.
6. Use an air purifier in your home and office to reduce allergens.
7. Remove dust by using a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter.
8. Wash hands with warm water and castile soap.
9. Use biodegradable cleaning products.
10. Reduce/eliminate plastics that are off-gas.
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