Body

Definition: Physical Well-Being

Physical Well-Being is three dimensional:

  • Body
  • Mind
  • Spirit

Physical Well-Being can be defined as:

  • Hydrated
  • Nourished
  • Active
  • Rested

Physical Well-Being can be maintained by good habits:

  • 1- Exercise 20 minutes a day
  • 2- Sleep well 7 to 8 hours
  • 3- Plant Based Diet
  • 4- Meditate 20 minutes a day

Avoid:

  • sitting for more than 30 minutes
  • eating after 7 pm
  • using harmful substances

Sacral Chakra is associated with:

  • reproduction
  • healthy sexuality
  • creativity
  • productivity
  • pleasure
  • joy
  • empathy

DISCUSSION QUESTION:

Is physical well-being possible without these bullet points?  

Which one is your favorite and why?

Can you think of one more?

Please leave your comments below.

2 Comments

  1. I don’t believe physical well-being is possible without these bullet points. When I don’t care for my body, I feel it immediately. I feel exhausted, weak, sick, and dizzy. This happens when I spend too much time playing Garry’s Mod and spend too little on staying hydrated and fit. I’ve also noticed when I meditate for 10 or 20 minutes, I have much more energy and contentment. When I eat healthy food I also feel happier. I actually feel very upset when I sleep in because I don’t have that much time in the day. And I usually feel sore. Lastly, when I can’t motivate myself or when others can’t, I go into a depression and completely waste a perfect day.

  2. I have seen what my day becomes when I don’t do any of these points, and I can see now that they are pivotal to my physical well-being. Exercise, sleep, and the food I eat all give me the energy, motivation, and brain power I’ll have for the day, and when I don’t consider these points I feel tired, my head is foggy, and I want to go back to sleep. My physical well-being is not possible without these points.

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