Keep an Open Mind

There are many layers of health that are possible. At one point in our younger years most of us have experienced the apex of our physical health and afterwards some degree of decline. We are all told that is the normal process of aging, but is it?

Fortunate are those who are young and are informed enough to take care of their health at an early age, before the ravages of time and lifestyle take their undeniable toll. For most of us who did our best at that earlier time – trying to live and do the best we could with what we knew – most often the information we had was inadequate or false, even though we thought it was true.

Thus we started the learning curve in how to take care of this body and overall system. Unfortunately, sometimes lessons at the body level are irreversible. For it takes a lot of curiosity, open mindedness, the will to experiment, the fortune of stumbling upon good knowledge that is useful and the good karma to live what is learned.

We are swimming in a sea of information when it comes to health issues. Oftentimes, different ideas completely contradict each other. The different proponents are more than certain that their way is the only way for everyone and there is no two ways about it.

How do we know what is good for us and what is not? For, after all, all we wanted was to do our best to be and to remain healthy.

Perhaps all the dietary ideas are right and are wrong. We must ask ourselves at this very moment what does our body need? Our current state of health determines what we need to put into our body. For example, if our body is toxic and too yang then we need to have lighter food like fruit and vegetables and detox herbs. If our body is weak and deficient then we may need heavier food like bone broth and organ meat to rebuild it.

Could it be possible that what you need to eat depends on who you are? your age? current health condition? your gender? level of physical activity? life stresses? where you live? your climate? your overall environment? your job? your financial condition? just to name a few factors.

But the one thing we all should respect is the old school saying of “one man’s food is another man’s poison” – this remains ever so true. We tend to get hurt in the long run when our mind gets stuck in dietary dogmas instead of listening to the body and adjusting accordingly.

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Hang Wang

Hang Wang

"The way I approach healing - and life in general - is in synthesizing the mystical, energetic experiences of the East with that of Western scientific knowledge. When used in combination, and if the proper tools are available, these two – sometimes seemingly opposing approaches - complement each other and make many things possible."

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