CHOICES THAT HONOR YOU

Do you love yourself, accept yourself, and hold yourself accountable for your words and actions ?

Do you use your breath to center as well as invigorate ?

Do your senses inform and enrich you?

Does what you eat and drink maximize function and performance?

Do you stretch for flexibility, mobility, and strength?

Do your emotions respect your boundaries and the boundaries of others?

Do you develop self-talk and habits that rewire your brain? 

Do you alternate activity and rest?

Do you practice effective communication?  

Do you nurture relationships?

Do you know your raison d’etre?

Does your BrainBodyBEing embrace your growth, gratitude, resilience, and transcendence?

Each question represents one of the twelve dimensions of The Wellness Inventory Wheel, which is the foundation of The Illness-Wellness Continuum, that John Travis, M.D., founded in 1972.

THE TWELVE DIMENSIONS:

Self-Love and Self-Responsibility,

Breathing, 

Sensing, 

Eating, 

Moving, 

Feeling, 

Thinking, 

Playing and Working, 

Communicating, 

Intimacy, 

Finding Meaning, 

Transcending.

C H O I C E S THAT HONOR YOU:

C ONGRUENCY:  alignment of values and actions

 
H APPINESS:  in the journey, not the destination

O H, WELL!:  what you tell yourself when your mind wanders during meditation  

I NITIATE:  the life you visualize 

C OMPASSION:  for yourself and others

E NERGY:  decrease withdrawals and increase deposits

S UCCESS:  one small step again and again and again

YOUR COMMITMENT TO YOURSELF:

A   PPRAISAL to acknowledge you are stuck and need a new direction.

A   TTITUDE of learning mode versus judging mode.

A   WARENESS OF YOUR INNATE ABILITY to heal using meditation and other self-soothing strategies in order to alter your gene expression and the gene expression of your future generations.

If you have a medical issue, I know firsthand that the most important factors at the time of diagnosis are mindset, habits, expectations, and methods to implement science-based, whole-person strategies.

Anne M. Szymanski

Certified Wellness Inventory Coach

BrainBodyBEING Synthesis

Mark Twain:  “The two most important days of your life are the day you are born and the day you know why.”  No matter the length of your earthly experience, you have purpose that will have an everlasting impact.   

Inside chaos is the source of outside chaos.

You are as creative, resourceful, and whole as you decide to be.

Change the thoughts that change the words that change the patterns that change your life.

When adaptive constructive coping mechanisms become maladaptive destructive coping mechanisms, problems ensue.

Things happen FOR you and not to you.

 

 

DISCLAIMER:  A coach provides information.  A coach does not diagnose nor treat and not a substitute for medical advice.  Always consult your healthcare practitioner before you undertake diet, exercise, medication, or supplement changes.  A coach is not a therapist.   A coach, when appropriate, will suggest professional services.      

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