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Be kind. Be healthy.

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Many spiritual and holistic health traditions have long believed that humans are not isolated but energetically interconnected with each other and the universe. Today, this view is central to Energy Medicine, which emphasizes the flow and balance of life energy within and among individuals whose thoughts, emotions, and intentions transmit energy, influencing our wellbeing and the wellbeing of others around us.

Darwin’s Theory of Evolution helps us see how every living being on Earth is connected, like big family members. It tells us that a long time ago, the first animals and plants started changing gradually, turning into all the different types of life we see today. This idea shows us that, deep down, all living things are similar because we all come from the same starting point. So, whether it’s people, animals, or plants, we’re all part of one big family tree of life, sharing many of the same building blocks.

We all are part of a big Whole.

Quantum physics offers compelling evidence of interconnectedness. The phenomenon of quantum entanglement, where particles remain connected so that actions performed on one affect the other, no matter the distance between them, suggests a universe where everything is subtly linked. It is a well-documented aspect of the quantum world, hinting at a fundamental layer of interconnectedness that transcends our conventional understanding of space and time. It is the layer where quantum and other forms of energy healing work, and its nature explains why proximity between the healer and the healee is unnecessary for a session to be effective.

At this point, your question would be, what can I do to be and feel in the Whole? The answer is surprisingly simple: be kind.

Kindness, an outward act of goodwill towards others, possesses a powerful inward dimension, serving as a potent form of self-healing. Kindness benefits the recipient and significantly impacts the giver’s mental, emotional, and physical health. Engaging in acts of kindness releases endorphins, the brain’s natural painkillers, leading to the so-called “helper’s high” — a sense of satisfaction and wellbeing accompanied by a euphoric feeling. Moreover, kindness activates the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that contributes to feelings of happiness and relaxation.

Kindness reduces stress by decreasing cortisol levels, the body’s stress hormone. It shifts focus away from one’s own problems and anxieties to helping others, which can provide a healthy perspective and distract from personal worries.

As widely discussed in the e-book “The Quantum You“, positive emotions and reduced stress levels strengthen the immune system. Engaging in kindness and experiencing a sense of connection and positivity can help ward off illness and improve overall physical health.

In conclusion, the benefits of kindness extend beyond the individual to the broader community as a whole. Acts of kindness often inspire recipients and onlookers to act kindly, creating a ripple effect that multiplies the positive impact and contributes to a more supportive and compassionate community. Kindness as a form of self-healing is a holistic practice that benefits the mind, body, and spirit. It exemplifies the interconnectedness of human wellbeing, demonstrating that by caring for others, we care for ourselves. The beauty of kindness lies in its simplicity and accessibility; it requires no special equipment or training, just a willingness to open one’s heart to others. In doing so, we not only heal the world around us but begin a profound healing process within ourselves.

Have a very kind day.