Lifestyle is the single most crucial factor in preventing disease.
How healthy is your lifestyle? How do you measure it?
“The current belief is that medicine is to be valued for its use during illness. Its use ends with cure. But this point of view has to change. Medicine is used to see that one does not fall ill, just as the purpose of truth is to live so that one is not subject to birth again.”Sathya Sai Baba, September 1980
Healthy lifestyle, one of our fantastic resources.
How are we spending time? Where is our attention going? How often do we read what others say or listen to what hurts? The most important question, thus, remains unanswered: Who am I?
The senses, busy in the external world, cannot provide us with the mental health we need when contaminated with negative thinking or emotions. Instead, a carefully attended mind to re-center itself in essential matters will reap great benefits in the future.
How do we ensure a healthy body and mind?
Through positive thoughts.
The greatest disease is the absence of peace. When the mind is peaceful, your body will be healthy.Sathya Sai Baba, September 21, 1960
Most people today take medication for any small ailment. For example, children today are suffering from issues related to health. Even doctors are not clear about how to help so many patients while also trying to handle their problems, worries, and personal matters. Even with the most advanced technological progress, the most significant disease surrounding our planet is the absence of peace. In many respects, the world is in pieces.
Six remedies for a healthy lifestyle:
- Healthy eating
- Building positive thinking habits
- Spending time in nature
- Selfless service
Health is our most incredible wealth. Money will confer you comfort, but health will give you also freedom. The secret to a healthy lifestyle is the habit of a healthy daily routine, beginning with a life of choice. Many are living to satisfy others. At the same time, others live to reach a glass ceiling created by their minds. Only those who dwell on the question, Who am I? will eventually reach their destination.
In search of the knowledge of the absolute truth,