How To Organize Your Health

This blog is organized into 7 categories. Each categories represents an area that is key to balancing your health. Each key area can be turned in two directions: positively or negatively. Any of of these keys, turned too far in the negative direction, can unbalance the rest.

  1. Nutrition
  2. Exercise
  3. Vitality
  4. Spirituality
  5. Work
  6. Relationships
  7. Home

However, that also means that any of these keys, turned far enough in the positive direction, can shift the balance of the whole system, and unblock the negativity in the other areas, one by one.

Therefore, no key area is more or less important than any other. They each, on their own, possess the potential to either destroy, or improve the rest.

I have seen other, different ways to categorize your health, outlined by some very smart people. Some of those people are my own mentors. For example, Robert Peng explains life through the 3 lenses of Vitality, Love, and Wisdom. Paul Chek teaches about his 4 Doctors: Dr. Diet, Dr. Quiet, Dr. Happiness, & Dr. Movement. Joshua Rosenthal taught me that there are 12 key areas to the Circle of Life.

They are all correct, if they work for you. I could have chosen to put 3 or 4 of ‘my’ keys under Paul Chek’s umbrella of Happiness, for example. I chose 7 because they will be easier for you to focus and take action on.

There is not one right way to organize your life, take care of yourself, and get your health into balance. There is only one wrong way: not to do it at all.

I write this blog to help you get started on the path that unlocks your true potential, and fills your life with Vitality.

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