Healthy Body, Mind & Soul

Written by Sheri Goodman Graham

On August 1, 2021
Healthy Body, Mind & Soul

A healthy body is the key to a healthy mind.

When our bodies are functioning at maximum capacity, we cannot deny how great we feel mentally and emotionally.

We can …

  • Think clearly
  • Have an abundance of energy
  • Improve our Mood
  • Be more active
  • Share positive enthusiasm.

But a healthy body is beneficial to more than just our minds.

It is the key to a healthy SOUL.

We do not consider, as much as we should, what lies deep within the depths of our beings.

One of the very first steps you can take on the journey to spiritual balance is simply changing what you eat.

So, what is a ‘clean diet’ anyway?

Well, that’s simple.

A clean diet consists of eating…

  • unprocessed foods
  • fresh/frozen fruits and vegetables
  • legumes- beans, lentils, tofu, peas
  • whole grains
  • nuts & seeds
  • mushrooms
  • herbs & spices

The more natural and untouched your food, the better it is for you.

It’s a clear-cut concept.

One that ought to be easy for everyone to follow.

The thought of overhauling your diet abruptly can be unnerving, to say the least.

That’s okay!

You don’t need to do it all at once or all right away.

The key to success is, as mentioned before, patience and maybe a little persistence.

Nourishing the body in turn nourishes the spirit.

You can attain your own unique inner Zen.

Inner peace is critical to coping with outer troubles.

When you have mental and spiritual clarity…

You can catch Life’s curveballs with confidence.

Caring for your soul allows you to better live a purposeful life.

One directed by you and unhindered by doubt or fear.

Inner peace correlates to your perspective.

If we are feeling down and out of sorts, it’s hard for us to see the world’s true beauty and appreciate it fully.

Inner peace is like a magnet!

You will draw positive peaceful people to you effortlessly.

Creativity abounds with a positive mindset.

Thank you for being here🌹

with love,
Sheri

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