Guest // Nicole Glassman, HHC

Host // Mary Coyle, DIHom

multidimensionalcosmicconsciousnessneohumanHolism starts with the idea that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts (thanks, Aristotle). And it builds on the realization that great insights can be gleaned in understanding how the parts relate to each other.

Because they are interconnected. And they comprise a system.

When we talk about Mind Body Spirit, the components are straightforward enough:

  • Mind: our intellect and reasoning, the faculty of consciousness and thought, what enables us to be aware of the world and our experiences;
  • Body: our entire material or physical reality;
  • Spirit: the nonphysical part that is the seat of emotions and character, also called the soul.

Mind Body Spirit isn’t just a buzzy, New Age way to describe a kind of well-being that goes beyond the physical. It’s also a way to help us better understand the physical. Our emotions are tied to specific organs in our bodies and will, over time, present as specific physical ailments. For example, feelings of defeat and low self-esteem are tied to the pancreas and manifest as impaired sugar handling (or glucose tolerance).

  • How does what’s going on in the mind and spirit impact our bodies?
  • Is dis-ease the physical manifestation of unease, stagnation, or negativity in our thoughts and feelings?
  • What are the various interrelationships and connections?
  • How do we start to feel the greater, integrated whole again?

Join us for a fascinating discussion about our emotions, the root cause of most of our health issues.

nicole glassman cropNicole Glassman is a holistic nutritionist, blogger, public speaker, founder of Mindful Health. She completed her Masters in Food Studies at New York University, Holistic Health Counseling Certificate at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and Dr. D’Adamo’s Blood Type Certification course. Her philosophy toward health stems from her own life changing struggles with stress and troubled digestion. She sees her clients’ health struggles as unique to their bodies, with a mission to support wellness from within.Emotions: The Root Cause of Illness - 08/20/14

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