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wiki:user:optimal_health_and_innate_intelligence [2014/02/28 17:42]
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 There is a natural innate intelligence that resides in all living things. ​ This intelligence heals and allows life to thrive. ​ It is the most pure thing that exists in this world. Without it, a shell exists and life is absent. There is a natural innate intelligence that resides in all living things. ​ This intelligence heals and allows life to thrive. ​ It is the most pure thing that exists in this world. Without it, a shell exists and life is absent.
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 Which leads to my next point… optimal function equals optimal health. ​ That’s right. ​ To reach optimal health we have to be functioning at our optimal levels physically, chemically, and emotionally one hundred percent of the body one hundred percent of the time.  But unfortunately in the world we live in and the stresses we expose ourselves too physically, chemically, and emotionally provide massive barriers to our abilities to function optimally. ​ Therefore few, if any, will ever feel or reach optimal health. Which leads to my next point… optimal function equals optimal health. ​ That’s right. ​ To reach optimal health we have to be functioning at our optimal levels physically, chemically, and emotionally one hundred percent of the body one hundred percent of the time.  But unfortunately in the world we live in and the stresses we expose ourselves too physically, chemically, and emotionally provide massive barriers to our abilities to function optimally. ​ Therefore few, if any, will ever feel or reach optimal health.
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