The mind plays the most important transition in people’s lifespan. An active mind can move mountains, whereas a dormant one is wasting time or rather procrastinating life’s core.
The mind is like a muscle, in that the more you train it then the stronger it becomes. Having the strength to achieve greatness is fulfilling, as it taps into one’s wellbeing. The wellbeing is the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy. If you want a top healthspan then contributions to both mind and body strength are the way to go.
When a project comes together it’s an exhilarating experience that provides a sense of achievement which radiates satisfaction and accomplishment. It is about partnering, trust, and connectedness of a joint effort of stimulation and connectiveness to reaching a pinnacle that makes the growth even more satisfactory.
Behind every effort there is a result. By writing this blog for example it’s touching cords within my solar plexus, an area often overlooked as it is commonly misunderstood.
The solar plexus, also known as the celiac plexus is a complex system of radiating nerves and ganglia. It's found in the pit of the stomach in front of the aorta. It's part of the sympathetic nervous system. It plays an important role in the functioning of the stomach, kidneys, liver, and adrenal glands.
It is emotionally associated with self-confidence, happiness and joy. A healthy solar plexus chakra will help us feel strong in personal power, have a sense of “knowing”, and a good sense of belonging. You will feel a sense of peace and harmony with yourself, and life in general.
This win-win newfound knowledge for some people will make all the difference in choices made towards a better life.
Prof. Carl Boniface
Transition (n) = change, changeover, evolution, conversion, shift, move. Switch, alteration, modification
Procrastinating (v) = to procrastinate is delay, postpone, adjourn, dawdle, take a raincheck, drag your feet like a Zombie, put off
Wellbeing (n) = the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.
"There was an improvement in the patient's well-being."
Connectedness (n) = the state of being joined or linked. "The connectedness of American business life and American sports contributes to the world’s most powerful nation." Or a feeling of belonging to or having affinity with a particular person or group. "It's about partnering, trust, and connectedness that make the difference."
Connectiveness (n) = Connectiveness is a recently coined word that refers to the quality and quantity of a person's connections to others, either personally or online.
Pinnacle (n) = highpoint, peak, apex, acme, zenith, (ant) nadir
Ganglia (n) = A ganglion is a collection of neuronal bodies found in the voluntary and autonomic branches of the peripheral nervous system (PNS). Ganglia (plural) can be thought of as synaptic relay stations between neurons. The information enters the ganglia, excites the neuron in the ganglia and then exits.
Aorta (n) = the main artery of the body, supplying oxygenated blood to the circulatory system. In humans it passes over the heart from the left ventricle and runs down in front of the backbone.
Chakra (n) = (in Indian thought) each of the centers of spiritual power in the human body, usually considered to be seven in number.