Balance is the essential key in our individual health as well as the health of our planet. It is also the key to a long and healthy human life. But it can prove to be a slippery slope when that balance is lost.
“Not only does our survival depend on balance, so does the quality of our life and the state of our psyche. To achieve balance, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual, has been the goal of many global traditions and of the human potential movement.”
As adults, we have the awesome and ongoing task of caring for ourselves while simultaneously caring for others including our pets. Whether or not we have a partner or family to care for, we are minute by minute making choices to meet our needs and the needs of others. As we do, we often go in and out of balance. The whole idea being to return to homeostasis.
The value of maintaining good self care or balance cannot be over stated in my estimation. Balance can also referred to as choosing the middle way in spiritual or psychological terms.
“A measure of our awareness and wisdom is whether our lives and actions center around the middle way. Each of us needs to find our own middle way or middle ground, defined by our unique physical and psychological qualities not by someone else’s values.”
I offer presentations designed to help men and women gain awareness and take the necessary steps toward developing balance and improving self care. These presentations can be in person or virtual.
Please send any questions to me about the needs of your organization and for further collaboration and presentations.
Quotes from The Life You Were Born to Live by Dan Millman