Easy Tips for enhancing Emotional Health | Speech on World Health Day | Happy World Health Day Slogans
A version of this article was also published in ‘The World Renewal’ magazine!
7th April is World Health Day… The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Health as a state of complete physical, mental & social well-being… i.e., not just physical but also mental well-being!
These days, we are very much aware of the importance of physical health, today’s let’s ensure the same attention on emotional health too… Since it’s the mind which studies, works, interacts with relations & does everything for us 24×7; & also strongly influences physical health.
Keeping the mind healthy is very easy. Like how to care for the body, we need the right diet & exercise. Similarly, to care for the mind, we just need the right diet of pure information and the exercise of meditation daily, even 15-20 minutes daily is enough!
And indeed, the mind is just like a little child. If anytime, it starts crying i.e., creates negative emotions like stress, worry, etc, just take a minute to withdraw from work, talk with it, resolve the issue using knowledge & get back to work!… This ensures the mind remains stable, content & happy throughout the day, which also reflects in all our work & interactions.
Making it even easier!
Going slightly deeper, the word healthy means heal thy i.e. heal the self. Indeed, if we remain in the awareness of our true identity i.e., that I am a pure, divine, peaceful, loveful, happy being even while doing everything outside, this raises our frequency much higher above ordinary waste thoughts, hence not only keeping us healthy inside, but also full of purity, energy, bliss & joy!
And further, remaining connected to God, the Ocean of Peace Love & Bliss, keeps us filled with these powerful qualities, benefitting not only us, but all others around, transforming the world outside!
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