There’s a whole lot of ways to “not be well.”

You can be considered “not well” emotionally…and yet have a perfect heart, lungs, kidneys and perfect strength in your body. Examples include stress disorders, nerve disorders, suicidal, mean, hateful, etc).

Wellness is more than just physicalities. It goes beyond the absence of illness!

Wellness is WHOLENESS-nothing broken, or needing fixing; complete and harmonious.

There is also such a thing “emotional-well-being.” Emotional well being is not the absence of emotions, but it is your ability to understand the value of your emotions and use them to move your life forward in positive directions.

Everyday emotional well-being also involves identifying, building upon, and operating from your strengths, rather than focusing on fixing problems or weaknesses. The better you are able to master your emotions, the greater your capacity to enjoy life, cope with stress, and focus on important personal priorities.

With emotional well-being, you can experience:

  • Healing – from stress, anxiety, depression, grief, and other issues
  • Change – to transform unhelpful patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving
  • Self-confidence – as you gain trust and belief in yourself
  • Growth – to live more authentically

Emotional freedom is your ability to connect with your body and utilize emotions, feelings, senses, and intuition to guide you into an empowered alignment with purpose.

Everyone, including people who are emotionally healthy, has problems. Emotionally healthy people are able to adjust to and solve problems, and in doing so they help others as well as themselves to get satisfaction out of life.

Leave worry, stress, and despair behind as you learn to lead your life with vision, inspired action, and an inner state of creativity.

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