You may have noticed that this website is loosely organized in the six categories that I believe make up our true "whole"-istic health: Energetic, Physical, Emotional, Mental, Lifestyle, and Spiritual. You'll probably also have noticed that I don't have a category here for the Spiritual aspect, not because I don't think it's as important, but because it's not the purpose of this website and people get really touchy about this area. You need to have a spiritual aspect to your life, in whatever way you choose, but I'm choosing to present the other information on this website separately from the spiritual aspect, to make it easier for some people to accept.
So, let's say you're frustrated because you've tried every diet, Way of Eating (WOE), and exercise program out there, but no matter what you do, you just can't seem to achieve the level of health, fitness and energy you're looking for. Well, it's either because you haven't tried the right one(s) and in the right combination and/or you've got issues in the other 5 categories that need to be addressed. If one or more of your energy systems are out of whack, diet and exercise ain't gonna give you much in the way of the results you're looking for. If you've got trapped emotions that only your subconscious brain is aware of, you can eat sprouts and run until you drop and you'll never achieve total health and healing. If you've got unconscious unhealthy beliefs blocking your progress, you won't get to where you want to be until you replace them with healthy ones. You can meditate all day long, but if you're not giving your physical body appropriate food and exercise, you will not feel great and full of energy. And if you're doing absolutely everything else right, but you've got a huge financial debt hanging over your head, it's going to hold you back. Everything affects everything else.
Now, I realize that these categories aren't organized perfectly, and several of the practices in each one could also be placed in more than one, but you get the idea. The point of organizing them this way is so you can look at them and get an idea of where you've been focusing your attention and where you're not, and then you can decide where to go next.
So, here's my challenge to you:
I understand that many of you will probably go right to the area that you've been focusing on most, to see what options I'm going to present and if there's anything new you haven't tried. That's fine. But I'm going to invite you to go to at least one other category and choose one new thing try. If you're really motivated, go pick one from each category. And if you're already proficient at energy testing, check in with your body to see which direction it wants you to head. That knowledge is already inside you.