Who I am is not Static
Who I am is not Stuck
Who I am can’t be Pigeonholed
Who I am isn’t what I can Produce
Who I am is part of the Future
Who I am is part of the Past
Who I am is Energy
Who I am is Movement
Who I am is ever Present
Who I am is pure Consciousness
Who I am is the dance of Humanity
Who I am is the outcome of daily Body’Fit pHx
— Suzanna Aaring 2013
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Unconscious actions are the result of a lack of awareness of whole cycles. I remember a time when 10-foot ceilings, for example, were the standard for dwellings even in rural areas where homesteaders built their own homes with the help of neighbours. This was the minimum height acceptable to ensure health and well being for their families. An 8-foot ceiling was a shack. Yet it became the standard during the second half of the 20th century. The moment an attempt was made to raise the standard of living by lowering the ceiling (literally) on quality of life, society paid the price. What goes around comes around.
When we consider that one fateful unconscious decision of greed and complicity can affect millions for decades, if not millennia, the need for self awareness to make conscious choices becomes clear. Historically self interest has been held above self awareness. Out of a narrow view of the fear and panic of not having enough, the mis-conception of scarcity in the midst of abundance was born. And with it the fragmentation of whole processes as a society.
We need to put humpty-dumpty back together again, starting with integration of IQ, EQ, PQ in integrity. Integration of our thoughts, emotions, and feelings leads to a self awareness that can see the big picture. How do we understand wholeness with sufficient speed to match the demands of our technological world? The fastest way is with physiological integration of the intellectual centre in the head, the emotional centre in the chest, and the physical centre in the abdomen. For a specialized exercise routine with IQ/EQ/PQ integrity, visit BodyFitLife.com
What we tend to loose sight of is that every cell in our body is continually repairing and rebuilding itself (and it’s our choice whether it’s at a slower or faster rate). It will always rebuild itself in the direction of optimal health if provided with the ‘right stuff’. It will even attempt to repair and rebuild itself when given poor raw materials, in which case it will build a weaker cell with reduced viability regarding functionality, and leads to health degeneration.
Now the discussion as to whether giving the body anything as long as it will appear to tolerate it at least temporarily despite side effects, is or is not technically aiding toxicity is a bit of an optical illusion, if you will. It depends on whether you see optimal health as the goal, doesn’t it? If our vision of old age is a 20 year or longer process of degeneration, than it doesn’t matter if you feed it weaker genetically modified foods, synthetics, and chemicals of every description. From this perspective, as long as something’s not a registered poison, it isn’t considered ‘toxic’. On the other hand if your goal is to regenerate the body towards peak viability and functionality until it’s your time to expire (suddenly like animals do in nature, not slowly and painfully), then it makes sense that you would view anything that doesn’t contribute to that, as toxic.
Early in life I chose to trust my intuitive instinct about what was a good fit for my body. Who would have thought that ‘perspective’ would determine the very essence of ‘quality of life’ that goes beyond ‘standard of living’?