Have you heard the saying, your body is your temple?

Well, it’s the truth! Your body is the only physical thing you have. Everything can come and go, but your body is yours, and no matter what it goes through, how it changes, no one can take it from you. It’s extremely important to treat it with care and love. I wish I’d realized this earlier on, but c’est la vie. No going back now. Life only moves forward.

Working out is a vital part of existence in my opinion. It not only helps your body but also aids your brain! I’ll offer an opinion on what I do, and what works for me, but I’m by no means a fitness expert. It’s something I do, because I directly see the benefits, but it’s not something that I specialize in by any means.

Please visit All the Chakras which is where I found this beautiful heart chakra symbol rendition.

There are two sections under Body: Curbing Cravings & Chakras.

Curbing Cravings are my own recipes that I’ve adapted to help me control all the outrageous cravings I have. I truly believe when you make your own food, because you know more of what is going into your temple, you can eat things you adore, without feeling over indulgent.
The Chakras section is extremely special to me. Chakras are the centers of energy allowing life energy, or Prana, to flow. This is a subject I’m only beginning to learn, but with the experiences I’ve had thus far, it’s been a path I enjoy following. It gives me energy and makes me feel much more in-tune with my body.
The heart chakra – the wellspring of love, warmth, compassion, and joy is located in the center of the chest at the heart level.
Anahata moves love through your life.
It is the center of your deep bonds with other beings, your sense of caring and compassion, your feelings of self-love, altruism, generosity, kindness, and respect.
-Chakra Anatomy
Disclaimer: I am not a Doctor of any sorts. I’m not a nutritionist, personal trainer, or a Reiki master. I only provide opinions, reviews, and information that has helped me. The things I write about are not to be seen as a cure for any type of ailment or disease. I only reference dis-ease, not to be confused with sicknesses of the body and mind. I have overcome anxiety and depression in a natural way, but would recommend seeing a trained professional for better understanding of what you may be dealing with. Mental illness and illness is nothing to be ashamed about. We are human beings, we have organs that are not made to work perfectly, forever. Treat yourself right and take care.

The Gram

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