Vancouver, Cambodia, January 17, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Wallace D. Wattles writes in the Science of Being Well, that there is The Principle of Health in a person, and when in full constructive activity, causes all the voluntary functions of his life to be perfectly performed. It is the Principle of Health in a person which really works all healing, no matter what “system” or “remedy” is employed, and this Principle of Health is brought into Constructive Activity by thinking in a Certain Way.
What is this Principle of Health that causes all the voluntary functions of life to be performed perfectly? And what are the voluntary functions Wallace D.Wattles refers to? These voluntary functions are discussed in more detail in Chapter 2 of The Science of Being Well.
We know that there are functions in the body which we believe to be outside of our control: the processing of the liver, the digestive process in the stomach, intestines, etc. The growth of our hair or our nails is also believed to be outside of our conscious, voluntary control.
The voluntary functions of the body include how we breathe, we do have control of that, and we also have a choice over what we eat, when and how often we eat, and also whether we exercise or not. Another activity that is within our voluntary control is sleep.
How healing is your sleep really? Do you get to sleep deeply, without interruption, in a well-ventilated room and no noises? Very few of us have this luxury, yet it is an essential need of our body in order for it to maintain health and heal us.
In the Science of Being Well Home Study Course, there are detailed references to those habitual activities in which we engage to sustain our body.
It has become a sad fact that we hardly pay attention to our eating. We tend to eat too fast, on the go, and to eat fast foods that we know contain very little nutritive value. Even the least informed of us is aware that macaroni and cheese, pizza or cakes are very pleasant to eat, satisfying to the senses, but contain very little nutritional value and do more harm than good to the body. Yet, we continue to indulge in these foods out of habits, the excuse that we are in a hurry, we’re pressured, we don’t have the time to cook at home or to prepare a lunch to take to work.
Then we think it’s unfair when disease strikes us, but if we were to take the time to review our life, and those voluntary actions over which we have control, which are:
Our taking of exercise,
We would all acknowledge that we can plead guilty. Our daily regimen leaves a lot to be desired, and we have a myriad of excuses to justify why we let all these activities fall by the wayside and use up so little of our attention. Then disease strikes, along with fear and discomfort. That is the time we then decide that a lifestyle change might be in order.
The scope of this is that health is your birthright, and well within your reach to obtain, regain and maintain. It takes very little, other than a bit of concentration, to get your body-machine to work optimally for you for years to come. Visit Dr Magne’s website today to maintain or regain your health with simple techniques and ways of thinking and being that are already available to you today, and require only a few minutes of your time. Go to http://www.wallacewattleshomestudy.com/ . Your family will thank you for taking care of yourself. As Mr Wattles says, it is never a coincidence when a book or a Course comes into your hands. Just at the right time. Visit http://www.wallacewattleshomestudy.com/ today.