External Support

External care has nurtured many of us to the point of unaccountability.

Attaining an understanding of PNI and how it contributes to our levels of emotional, physical and spiritual wellness can be achieved in a personalised, proactive way.

We have been so focused on external care that we have not fully cultivated the resources within us. 

Building our spiritual awareness can give us the strength we need at challenging times. We can emotionally support ourselves by considering what spirituality means to us; spirituality is an ambiguous concept, but it can be generically discussed as internal resources, beliefs, values, and abilities that personalise health solutions of the individual so that they connect with their inner resources to promote wellness. 

Connecting with our innate healing abilities is a skill.

Mindfulness and Meditation are proven modalities for stress reduction. Social support, creative outlets, friendships, and loving relationships all generate an excellent hormonal response that helps us feel healthier and happier.

Mindfulness, diligence, and feeling strong and in control is not something that happens to us but is something that we accomplish. Our imagination and intuition can play a supportive role in wellness planning.

Western Medicine

This does not mean that westernised medicine, surgery, and prescription drugs have become less of a resource regarding wellness. We can aim to review our options regarding external support while we are connecting with the healing abilities that we can generate within.



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