Sick and tired of being sick and tired? Not enjoying the way your body is functioning?
If you don’t like how your quality of life is working, look at the laws that influence the outcome in order to create change.
Our life is full of laws that govern the way in which things work. For example, the law of motion states uniform motion will remain in that state of motion unless an external force acts on it.
Another law is the law of supply and demand which states that the greater the supply, the lower the demand; the lower the supply, the greater the demand.
The current state of your quality of life can be viewed in the lens of the law of supply and demand. The law of supply and demand can determine how much time it takes to heal and the frequency of how the weak, sick and dying cells are replaced by strong, healthy and functioning cells.
This law states that your body can heal according to the supply of the body’s life sustaining forces to coordinate healing. So, how does the body supply healing?
Healing is a complex and physiological conversation, but in short, it’s the body’s inner wisdom that coordinates the replacement of weak, sick cells with strong, healthy cells through the neurological system.
The body is made up of an estimated 70 trillion cells and every one of them is working for the greater good of the body to function in a complete normal state of wellbeing.
When one of those cells is unable to keep up with the demands of normal function, the innate intelligence within the body will recognize that the cell cannot keep up.
Supply and demand is a principle of healing within the body and is in constant flux and stability based on the body’s inner wisdom to keep the trillions of cells within you working together through coordination and wellbeing.
If your quality of life is not keeping up with the demands you’re placing on your body, integrate ways to create healthier habits that promote vitality, wellbeing and healing. Life is complicated, keep health and wellbeing simple. Choose habits that promote wellbeing: exercise, rest, clean water, nutrient filled food, meditation, adaptation to life’s stress.
All things equal, supplying your body with simple and smart choices that promote health, healing and wellbeing can give you a competitive advantage for the demands on keeping your quality of life in equilibrium.