The act of recognizing and admitting to the causes of health issues is the beginning of healing and of prevention. Health is personal and it is relative. The most important aspect of it is to know how you are. Know Thyself! Are you the type that responds quickly to a situation? Do you work one day at a time? Are you the radical type who goes about knocking down everything at once? Do you practice the “one problem at a time” method?
Once you know yourself, you know what works for you. What works for your friend may not work for you and vice versa. Take stock of who you are and what makes you tick and then proceed. On the path to wellness we encounter many forks. One is not better than the other nor worse. Each path is relative to only you.
My sister drinks coffee at all hours and nothing happens to her. We are about the same age. I drink coffee in the morning and for more than 24 hours I do not close my eyes. Does that mean coffee is bad? Not at all, but it is bad for me. It is just a matter of parallel paths.
I cannot stress enough the importance of acknowledgement because it is the leading way to reclaim our health. Indeed there are many temptations out there but ultimately we make the final decision. Blaming ourselves really makes no difference in the end. We create our reality.
Let us now acknowledge the multiple causes of illnesses in order to attempt to resolve them in our own reality. Here they are in no specific order:
- Food allergies
- Food pesticides
- Processed foods
- Environmental hazards
- Spoiled foods
Acknowledgement brings freedom of choice. It is up to us to do our part in order to create our reality.