Your spirit is housed in your body and they work together in harmony to make you the person you are. There is a grave misunderstanding among the majority of people that the mind, body, soul or spirit and different entities; that is, people assume that the body is separate from them and that they have no control whatsoever of their own body. This is far from the truth and is a very common misunderstanding. The more you become one with yourself, which is your body and soul, the more grounded you will feel and you will also come to realize that you have a greater extent of control over yourself and it could even enable you to heal yourself or make sure that you aren’t ill all the time.
The first step in understanding how to be one with your body and spirit is to disregard the notion that they are separate entities: you are your body, your cells make you up, they communicate and transmit signals in such patterns that makes you unique from others, when your cells work together even your brain cells, it creates personality which is who you are. On grasping a firm understanding of this concept, you will obtain a clearer picture of how to become in tune with yourself more strongly.
Your Thought Patterns Determine Your Health
This is something that is often disregarded but is indeed very true; your thought patterns directly affect your health. For example: if you are constantly angry or annoyed with negative thoughts teeming inside, you will cause yourself to reflect those thoughts in your health. You will start to have breakouts and unhealthy skin or even could be as extreme as hair fall. What you could do in situations like this is to take some time off for yourself and maybe go on a health retreat Sydney. You can cool off and regain all those positive thoughts and leave the negativity behind. This will give you plenty of time to establish better-thought patterns and in turn cause yourself to heal.
Teach Yourself to Be Calmer
What this means is that you need to be able to control your emotions and feelings better and be able to control how you react in any stressful situation. You can do this in many ways, one very easy way is to go about this is to compartmentalize, in a situation where you are provoked and your expected response would be anger, the first thing you could do is to relax and take a deep breath, keep reminding yourself that if you give the subject of your provocation the expected response, you essentially lose, so repeatedly tell yourself to be calm and to give them a response that they will not anticipate. This could be anything from humour or no reaction at all. When the person who caused you to be angry doesn’t get the response that they were hoping, they will get angry and you will have won. Practice this method to be a calmer self.