Life is full of charm. Yet, we don’t often discern it, until situations coerce us to. How often have we watched the gorgeous butterfly glide around displaying its magnificent colours, a child’s mirth, or joyful faces around us? Or, whiffed the grass, the soil after a shower, or cuddled the breeze? Well, all of us should wake up right now from our stresses, live our lives to the fullest potential and fulfil our dreams. We should not squander life away by mulling about what is going to occur tomorrow.
Life is the most composite material fact. It shows biological and physical properties of substance. It is so simple; it is also complex. Take, for instance, beach sand. It is nothing but silicon — the nucleus of your personal computer. This does not in any manner imply that it is a pile of sand. Far from it. In like manner, our life is exemplified not by its elemental constituents alone, but by their behaviour. This is the rationale why life repairs, maintains, recreates and surpasses contexts to reach the next level. Just think of the frenzied bustle around us — right from trillions of cells that propel us through life, aside from the seamless functioning of nature, to the shifting of seasons.
In other words, life surfs over matter like a measured, deliberate wave — a type of controlled, or creative, revolution. It is a part of the time and space dimension. It tells us that we are not all too exceptional and self-governing, but components of the canvas called life. Put simply, the entire idea relates to conscious awareness of our being and thought processes. It includes our diversity and progress — they are the surplus constituents of life. Yet, notwithstanding such a perception, it is weird that we persist in living more in our heads rather than in the totality of our being.
It is time we focused on cultivating the unity of our being and describing ourselves more to our mind, body, heart, spirit and soul. Because, the fullness of our being presents to us all the elements we can hear, see, or distinguish, in the endless goings-on of our mind and body. In pragmatic terms, it is our instinctive aptitude to discover our own internal resources to the full is what living well is all about — a central feature that helps us to turn things around from the inside out. It is this god-given endowment that offers us the prospect to take part in our own areas of activity, vocation, or enterprise — to live well in remarkable and unimagined ways.
This brings us to what makes natural health and wellness a holistic voyage of discovery — a personal discipline for learning to meet and enter with thoughtfulness the several ordeals inherent to taking care of ourselves and helping others. It has more than a synthesis of practicable techniques and mind exercises, including yoga and meditation, in its compass, derived from the captivating world of alternative thought, integrative medicine and divine philosophy.
When such a state of mindful balance is refined, or fully awakened, it turns pleasant associations within our being into a universal sphere of hale and hearty relationships and shared wisdom. In the process, it not only elevates the universal and autonomous nature of our own life and wellness, but also of others — to surface from adversity into palpable wholeness and tranquillity. What can steer us to accomplish this sense of balance is apparently mindful meditation — nature’s most cognisant gizmo. Its practice not only enables us to change, but also transform from deep within — in other words, from the inside out.