Overcoming Stress And The Central Nervous System

Andrew Roberts Philosophy 4 Comments

Our central nervous system is the most important part of our body.  Why?

    • It integrates information it receives from every part of our body
    • It co-ordinates the activity of every part of our body

The wellbeing of our central nervous system is therefore pivotal to our mental, emotional and physical health.

How Does Stress Effect Your Life?

Our central nervous system is fighting fit when we are born.  As babies we are present, we live in the moment and we do everything according to instinct.  However, as we move through life, we usually start to let stressful situations create doubt, fear and anxiety in our minds.

Unfortunately, these experiences stick to our central nervous system, attaching themselves like pegs to a clothesline.  Perhaps someone cuts you off in traffic.  Maybe your mobile phone stops working. We allow simple events like these to effect us in a negative way.  This in turn puts mental, emotional and physical stress on every part of our body.

I believe these stresses are the primary source of the majority of illnesses and sicknesses

Breaking Down Disease

If you break down disease, it comprises two parts – ‘dis’ and ‘ease’ – that is, ‘not at ease.’   The Flip Your Life Program is all about helping people eradicate this ‘dis’ ‘ease’ from their lives; it’s about giving people the tools to cleanse and self manage their central nervous system.

Applying the 7 Disciplines taught in the Flip Your Life Program, like Buddha, you will learn how to control your mind and your emotions so ‘the magic’ can enter your life.

The Seven Disciplines To Finding Flow And Overcoming Stress

In my free video series, I explain the the 7 discipline to finding flow in depth, but here they are in a nutshell.

  1. Gratitude
  2. Affirmations
  3. Recording evidence
  4. Journaling
  5. Meditation
  6. Nature
  7. Slow down and simplify

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