Have you ever thought why you feel good being in nature?
We all are indulged in daily tasks and schedules rooted in our system that create a lot of stress. In nature, time slows down, and the natural rythm of our body get synced with its natural state.
As per the Biophilia Hypothesis our body loves nature and it is vital for our psychological well-being because it’s in our DNA. Other studies also show that being in nature or scenery of nature are associated with a positive mood, and psychological well-being, and meaningfulness.
Well-being therefore is the fact on how well you feel about yourself, how well your mind is functioning, and what sense of purpose and desire you have.
Taking care of your Mind is one pillar in the well-being enhancing process. The other two pillars are: Your body, and your Soul. Increasing your well-being is totally under your control and finding what you need to focus on more among the three is important.
Having control of your mental state is part of enhancing your well-being and preventing from dragging yourself into the victim mood. It can open the gate to be fully aware on what your body and soul want and need.
“We born to run and thrive and if we slow down and give up we die.”F.S.
Health is wealth, our body needs to be fit and healthy. Beside eating a balanced diet, one needs to adopt a healthy exercise regime. It doesn’t necessarily mean you have to go to gym on a daily basis. Being a fitness freak, my experience is that exercise of any form helps one to remain healthy, energetic and thus, happy. Remaining healthy is not an option, but a must for the well-being of an individual.
The Soul is your purpose on this planet earth. Without having the first two pillars built, the soul remain unfulfilled. As per the Ancient Greek “ψυχή” or soul compromises the mental abilities of a living being, and the body is the carrier of the soul and must be healthy.
Finding your purpose, your Why, listening to your inner voice is the ultimate code of your well-being.
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