Lets be honest…
Many of us have moments when we overindulge; then, we beat ourselves up knowing that we can do better - or more - when it comes to our eating healthy, exercising, or making good lifestyle choices.
Sheri Laine’s Living the Enerqi Connection is a practical exploration of the inner power that exists within us all. Laine begins by narrating her own journey with acupuncture, setting the stage for readers to understand the importance of forging connections between ourselves and the energies contained in the things around us. According to Laine, even foods and herbs carry their own Qi!
We talk about a lot of things when we speak about becoming healthier, more balanced. Eating a nutritious varied diet, daily meditation, regular exercise, and getting enough sleep are among the most obvious points that come up in my discussions with patients. However, while many of us are pursuing a healthier lifestyle, we often forget to make time for fun and relaxation. While I personally think of exercise as fun, I realize that not everyone feels that way.
As the Season of goodwill, wonderful food, and gift giving is upon us all, let us not forget to take time for ourselves during this upcoming holiday experience. It is easy to get caught up in the “have-tos” of parties, events, dinners, shopping, wrapping presents, cooking, travel, and traffic.
A British Study confirmed that the more fruits and vegetables we eat daily, the happier, more energized and calm we will feel.