Right Action for Health: Buddha with Zoe

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Right action for health

http://gsc-research.de/gsc/research/hv_berichte/detailansicht/index.html?cHash=cb0c7c79c0 Note from Zoe: Yesterday I had a personal conversation with Jesus who was enlightening my friend and I on taking ‘right action’, particularly in regards to health. Buddha took this further when we ‘spoke’. The capital letters are his.

Conversations with Buddha and Zoe: Right Action for Health

cherche des femmes celibataires Г kinshasa Buddha: Yesterday Zoe, you heard my colleague speak to you about the need for right action and proper rest. Let me recap for everyone.

https://infotuc.es/esminec/413 ‘Right action’ is when you are choosing to take a course, undertake the course, when it is right for you. Not right for another, but right for you. Of course nothing that could ever be truly right action for you could involve harming another because that is not how you are designed. Right action is when you choose to truly fulfill yourself and take steps to achieve that. It is through this right action, together with right reason and circumstance, that health and well-being are promoted. Quite simply deep fulfillment makes illness impossible.

redirected here Right action makes illness a fleeting guest in the house of the body. You are learning this Zoe. The fulfillment needs to be deep and deeply personal to the individual. Whatever it is! Picking up a needle and thread, climbing a mountain, watching an apple grow, making a deal. It is only through deep fulfillment- unique to every individual- that illness is made a hasty guest.

http://www.topcanon.fr/figase/opie/169 http://bolataruhan.org/?fiopry=rencontrer-homme-italien&c8a=cb Rest is important too. However, rest WHEN THE BODY IS TIRED! Many of you today rest when your mind is tired. The body must still be rewarded for giving you a vehicle in which you exist. Move the body during the day till it is tired. If you return from work and you feel tired asked yourself who is tired? Your body? Your mind? Your spirit? This is important. Rest the BODY when tired. Rest the mind when the mind is tired. But do not forget the needs of the body, if actually your body is never tired by your work. This is very important if you wish illness to stay infrequently, if at all.

http://www.fbtaudio.co.uk/?mirta=rencontre-femmes-et-hommes&73e=a5 Now WHEN the body is tired- REST. But the mind will need to facilitate this rest, otherwise all that will be experienced is a temporary cessation of movement without deep regeneration. Practically rest when your body is tired and ENJOY it. Even if it’s the flu- enjoy giving the body what it needs. This mental and emotional willingness to physically rest promotes deep regeneration. And, if the body is tired, this is what it needs. As a course of right action, give it this.

craigslist hookup story Be mindful though of over inactivity- a problem I see as I look on. The body can’t be tired if not worked, unless ill or undergoing deep regenerative transformation and healing. The body cannot be healthful if its needs are not met- to move. Nor can you if you are not giving yourself fulfillment through right action. This is a process that needs to be relearned to accommodate the shift in lifestyle that has occurred.

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© Zoe 2015

2 thoughts on “Right Action for Health: Buddha with Zoe”

  1. I’ve noticed as I got older, I pay more attention to my health, my body and my mind. Now I have been working on finding a balance between all activities in my day. I make sure I work my mind, exercise my body and take plenty of rest for both. I find, I operate much better when I do my exercise routine, when I take a moment to calm my mind and go into a quick meditation just enough to give myself a rest. I feel more balanced, more grounded and my capacity to handle things is much bigger without getting stressed out and getting out of control so to speak. Health is very important to me, as I want to be mobile and vigorous all the way to the end of my human life.

  2. Hi Violetta,
    Glad this has meaning for you. Re-reading this I realise I went to bed last night with a tired mind. Out for a great big walk today!
    Thanks for sharing! X

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