Psychology and physiology are inextricably intertwined. What goes on in the mind affects the body and vice versa. It is frequently observed that Chiropractic adjustments, in addition to improving function of the spine and nervous system can be associated with spontaneous 'release' of emotion.
People often seek chiropractic care for relief from stress-related illnesses. Chronic stress (left unchecked) wreaks havoc in the body and affects our energy levels, productivity, clarity, focus and so on. Now Chiropractic is definitely a brilliant solution, but what other options are out there for you and your wellbeing?
If we now look at health from a more psychological perspective, it's plausible (and frequently observed by therapists, coaches etc) that an underlying 'mindset matter' can distort functioning of the body on a physical level. Furthermore, patients undergoing cognitive (mind based) therapies, addressing underlying mental and emotional stresses, and gaining clarity frequently report changes and improvements with respect to how their body functions.
With this in mind, how do we navigate 'mindset matters'?
Stress is generated by our reaction to a situation, rather than the situation itself. The ability to manage stress effectively is commonly called self-mastery.
Consider the people you know that are fine examples of success. Some run multiple businesses, champion countless causes in the media, maintain wonderful relationships with their friends, children and family, whilst caring for their own wellbeing simultaneously. It may seem like these people are superhuman. In fact, they simply have high levels of self-mastery.
The wonderful news is that self-mastery is not inherited or genetic – it’s learned.
Absolutely anyone can learn how deal with those troubling ‘mindset matters’ and become more masterful through ‘brain training’. Brain Training helps to ‘rewire’ those automatic ‘mindset matters’ and installs new, more useful ‘ways of being’ which simply put, changes your life.
Regardless of where you are in your life, you can benefit from helping the unconscious (more protected) parts of your inner being heal.
Author : Divya Hemnani is a Brain Trainer at the Intrinsic Brilliance Institute. Divya helps people bridge the gap between their current experience and their desired one.