Via Negativa – Less Is More

Via Negativa – Less Is More

You might never have heard of these words before, Via Negativa, but it is probably because it is in Latin, meaning ‘negative way’.

Another way to describe ‘Via Negativa’ is ‘way of denial’.

It’s true, it does sound negative, but it is just that – it’s about subtracting from your life to add positivity.

Via Negativa – is the Art of Adding to Your Life By Subtracting From It – it is a universal spiritual principle.

And just what has this got to do with health? Everything! Western science/medicine likes to isolate a problem, but the body, mind, spirit principle demands we look at the body, your thoughts, and actions as a whole. What you do and think also affects your health.

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Mindful Eating vs Mindless Eating

Mindful Eating vs Mindless Eating

Do you have a handle on mindful eating? If not, you are placing your health and overall well-being at risk. Maybe not today, but eating badly accumulates in your system.

Many of us live fast-paced lives, and we are distracted from thinking about the importance of what we are eating. Because there are also so many fast-food places within a stone’s throw from where we are, we usually grab something, anything, on our way to the next activity.

Sometimes we are so busy we hardly pay attention to what we are eating; just as long as we quench our hunger! So we wolf down a quick hamburger or an energy bar, drink it down with a soft drink, not realizing that we might be causing bigger health problems to our system than we ever thought possible, let alone weight gain.

Often we move from the television to the computer, to our smartphone with fast food at hand.

That is what mindless eating is.

Let’s examine what mindless eating is, so that by the time you are finished reading this article, hopefully, you are determined to become a mindful eater – it’s important.

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Are You In A Passive Aggressive Relationship?

Are You In A Passive Aggressive Relationship?

Passive aggressive behavior has various traits and levels of disguising the way a person with this disorder truly feels at any given moment.

This type of behavior is reactive and is identified by non-verbal aggressive actions or reactions. Anger and frustration are bottled up instead of being discussed in a proactive manner and the outlet is often negative, with an indirect method of communicating with others about the way you may be feeling.

Not all passive aggressive people are overt with such actions; others tend to keep a lid on how they feel, hiding the rage until it begins to further annoy them.

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