As Mahatma Gandhi said, “You must be the change you want to see in the world.”
O Son of Spirit, My first counsel is this: Possess a pure, kindly and radiant heart that thine may be a sovereignty ancient, imperishable, and everlasting. — from the Hidden Words, Arabic #1
SERENITY – The Journey from Head to Heart
Beginning with the heart, we discover the crossroads of physical, mental, and spiritual health. Most will agree that possessing health is paramount to full enjoyment of life. As some will assert, “What good is wealth without health?” Enough of us have experienced ill-health to appreciate the inherent difference in the quality of living–energy, alertness, volition, and general comfort. Yet, a precious gift awaits those willing to accept their present condition of dis-ease and redirect their attention from anger and/or self-pity. Refocused on the hope of recovery and/or the potential to be of benefit to others as a result, Healthway66 offers a multitude of roadside attractions to support the journey.
A holistic lifestyle of robust radiance and joy is an approach to living rather than a prescription for existing. One who is ready to transition out of this world finds little compulsion to regain physical vigor; nor is it realistic to expect recovery from mortal injury–though most anything is possible for the one who believes.
Healthway66 is about developing the resilience to experience life in its many forms and under various conditions with an innate sense of joy. It’s the conscious decision to shift perspectives. It’s a matter of the heart. If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you already agree.
So, before becoming world champions, Healthway66 is geared to help us conquer the various facets of our own lives. In the equations of human relations, we each bring value to the formula and influence the quality of our interactions with others. In undertaking our own healing transformation, we become instruments for GLOBAL HEALING.
Healthway66 is about engaging the journey, not just looking at maps and imagining. Gandhi also said, “The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problem.” Read “Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamental Tips for Changing the World” by Henrik Edberg
Man in the Mirror, acapella