5 QUESTIONS YOU HAVE TO “BRUTALLY HONEST ANSWER” IN ORDER TO BE HEALTHY
By Guest Blogger April Smalley, Journey to Well-Being Colon Hydrotherapy
What does being healthy mean to you?
More often than not when I ask this question to my clients they stare back at me with that “Deer in the headlights look” and we listen to the crickets for a minute. I have been asking this question for about a decade as a colon hydrotherapist. The definition of healthy means something different to each individual person. As it should because we are all different. You have to find your definition and set a path to hike that road to the clearing. Answering these questions will help you identify your motivation, goals, plan of action, accountability, road blocks, and how to recognize self sabotage.
Health isn’t only what food you eat or how much exercise you do.
I often need centering and realignment emotionally, mentally and spiritually before I can even apply physical action to my health driven goals for my life and my family’s life.
This scripture was my inspiration to write this information out to share with you.
My friends, you were chosen to be free. So don’t use your freedom as an excuse to do anything you want. Use it as an opportunity to serve one another in love.
Don’t take advantage of your freedom; Rather, use it wisely. Exercise self discipline, not self indulgence.
Answer these 5 questions and you are outlining a pathway towards your very own Journey To Well Being:
1.Why do you want to be healthy?
2.What are my Goals to become healthy?
3.What steps do I take to achieve my goals?
4.How and why do I get in my own way of my goals to achieve health? 5.Why do I quit on myself before achieving my goals to become healthy?
You have to be willing to dig deep enough to answer these questions. I will hand you the shovel(ha ha) and we can take turns doing the digging. I guide my clients through these questions to help them find their own answers. No one else can make you healthy. You have to do it for yourself. Thank goodness life is an open book test.