If we want to be wholly healthy, it may be a good idea to look not only at what drugs we’re taking, what foods we’re eating, or even what other physical things we’re doing like exercise or lifting weights.
It might be good to look at what we’re thinking. Thought by toxic thought, we may be unwittingly adding to our health problems, both physical and mental. Conversely, thought by healthful thought we could be improving our health and well-being.
Take a look at the right kind of “thought control” these individuals recommend for better health:
From Kay Stroud in Australia and New Zealand:
“Everyone from Hugh Jackman to the local real estate agent is doing it. “Nothing has opened my eyes like transcendental meditation has. It makes me calm and happy…”, Jackman explains. And considering the literature Dr Bennett refers to, it also makes him healthier.” Read more…
From Eric Nelson of Northern California:
“Who knew that the simple act of trusting your neighbor could improve your health? Dr. Eileen Bjornstrom, for one.
“In 2011 the assistant professor of sociology at the University of Missouri conducted a study and found that those with a higher relative income were more likely to distrust their neighbors, while those who said that their neighbors could be trusted also reported better health on average.” Read more about other healthful mental attitudes…