"NOTHING IS CONTAINING US EXCEPT OUR THOUGHTS
NOTHING LIMITS US EXCEPT OUR FEARS
NOTHING CONTROLS US EXCEPT OUR BELIEFS"
There is no such thing as a destiny, a better or worse life, it is simply our approach that will determine whether it will be a unique and precious gift or an eternal hell. We are constantly changing according to what we take in, not only through food, but also through our eyes, ears, touch and smell. All this is stored in our bodies, our hearts and especially our minds. We are the result of what we take in, but also of what we fail to eliminate. In a crisis, our body releases the waste accumulated due to physical and mental "malnutrition" by causing an illness. To get rid of this, it is essential to cultivate a global hygiene by maintaining a balance with ourselves, our environment and our habits, in order to stimulate our self-healing system.*
Nowadays, the neurons of the nervous system are confronted with stimulus overload, as we are overwhelmed by an excessive amount of instant information, communication and immediate pleasures. Since childhood, we have been manipulated and stressed by education and school domestication, which has resulted in a submerged mind. This mind works in automatic mode and pushes us to adopt distorted habits. To escape this situation, we constantly look for ways out (physical and intellectual stimulation), which creates a state of unconscious stress. In the short term, this stress exhausts us, but in the long term it becomes chronic, leading to physical and mental illness. Living in a state of chronic stress leads to self-destructive habits and toxic emotional attitudes, affecting our sleep, attention, nutritional choices, communication, relationships and preventing us from enjoying the quality of real life.
It conceals a great difficulty in managing our emotions resulting from the unforeseen events of life. Fear, lack of confidence and insecurity lead to an escape into convulsive activities or superfluous consumption in order to forget reality and avoid confrontation with the resulting emotions. The consumption of various substances and the excessive stimulation of the senses lead to an overproduction of dopamine (immediate feeling of happiness), endorphins (feeling of lightness and well-being) and adrenaline (energy and power). In the medium term, this creates a sense of 'normality' that encourages us to seek out more and more of these sensations. However, in the long term, it develops a habit that leads to a state of physical dependence and addiction.
"LIVING IN CONSCIOUSNESS IN ITS WAY
TO BREATHE, EAT, MOVE, TALK, LOVE,
THIS IS THE ONLY WAY
TO MAINTAIN HEALTH AND LIVE HAPPY."
How to get out of it?
By restoring the systems that have been compromised and strengthening the mental, nervous and glandular systems with specific hygiene, we can regain complete freedom to be and function. Addiction is the loss of control of the mind which submits to subconscious memories related to repressed wounds or bad cognitive habits from childhood in particular. The regular practice of specific techniques and a harmonious lifestyle will bring us the experience of being a fully integrated human rather than a depressed, fragmented and reactive person in our physical body.