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Spiritual Wellness Month- The Body

In previous articles I have shown how we can implement a greater sense of Spiritual Wellness in our everyday lives. Spiritual Wellness all starts in the mind. There's a tried & true saying that goes: What we take in is what we'll give out. This goes for food, lyrics to our favorite songs, thoughts, and positive/negative energy. To elevate our spiritual being we must understand that it's a mindframe that you have to be in and preserve. "All that we are is the result of what we have thought.

"The mind is everything. What we think, we become." -Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, founder of Transcendental Meditation. A popular way to center your mind in through yoga and meditation. Dr. Andrew Newberg, M.D. (specializing in brain imagery research) has shown that during Yoga and Meditation there is an increase in the activity of the pre-frontal cortex of our brain. This area of the brain is associated with love, creativity and conscious thought.

The practice of Yoga and other mediation methods are so powerful and unique that classes are being offered everywhere; even in the church.

Some of Dallas's own Yoga spots are:

  • Sunstone Yoga Uptown Plaza
  • CHI Studio
  • Dallas Yoga Center
  • Uptown Yoga Dallas
  • Sunstone Yoga Preston Forest Village
  • Tsada Yoga Inc
  • Bikram Yoga-Dallas

I have tried Yoga, and outside of it being physically challenging (haha) I found it very relaxing and self-centering. When enhancing your Spiritual Wellness being in a positive atmosphere and mindset is very important. Spiritual Wellness is about living life in perfect balance within our body, mind and spirit, and Yoga can definitely enhance that experience for you.


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  • Shay Banks 4 years ago

    "All that we are is a result of what we have thought." Very powerful statement and very true!