YOUR GUIDE TO INNER HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Oh no… lost your mojo? Your inner health may need a reboot. Boris’s comprehensive list of do’s and dont’s will help.
Uff. You wake up and feel like you could sleep for several more hours. Except you can’t. You have to go to work. Someone or something has poured concrete into your veins and you feel stiff. And that’s just the body. Emotionally you feel vulnerable, and mentally… well, you just want to crawl back under the blankets.
Sound familiar? Why does this keep happening?
Most inner health and well-being issues stem from blockages and resultant stagnations of stuck energy. Blockages of what? Of our life force, (AKA ‘qi’, ‘chi’, ’ huna’, ‘orgone’ or ‘prana’), which flows freely within our whole self, but which hits the obstacle of our resistance, as we instinctually protect ‘ the small me’; our identity and egoic sense of self.
Just for a moment, I wonder if you can imagine that a section of a river decides it wants to be separate from the rest of the river, and therefore splits off and becomes a whirlpool. Now it begins resisting the river, blocks off its own source of energy and life force, while – by wilful resistance – simultaneously denying the treasure of its own true nature, meaning it is bound to be unhappy, to struggle and suffer.
This is a metaphor for the human condition. This is the sole reason why we suffer. We have forgotten our true whole nature, built a mistrust toward it, and resist it till it becomes unconsciously habitual. And once it’s an unconscious habit, well, we have no conscious control over it. So what happens to a whirlpool which blocks the river? That’s right; it stagnates. It grows algae and becomes murky and smelly. And ironically, in all the murkiness, its foggy mind forgets it has been blocking out the source of all its energy, and that this is a choice.
Pretty much all digestive and eliminative problems (liver, bowels, stomach, pancreas, gallbladder, kidneys) originate from some form of stagnation, blockage or other disturbance in the flow of qi.
– is a cyanobacterium which is rich in protein and may help boost your immune system, chelate heavy metals, support and protect the liver, and regulate cholesterol and blood pressure.