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  • 14
    Habits Of Highly
    Healthy People
    Building a foundation for increased self-assurance, happiness and prosperity
  • The ability to choose actions that produce a good feeling throughout the body is a good indication of personal integrity and success.
    “Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” -Abraham Lincoln
  • Everyone has a “to do” list. What we need to work on is our “to be” list. The following 14 habits, when actualized, will become a foundation for increased self-assurance, happiness and prosperity. If you’re looking to expand your general happiness you may consider adopting these habits in your own life.
  • Habit One : Be Happy
    We should associate upward: Read more positive and uplifting words and associate with people who give off what the Beach Boys called “good, good, good, good vibrations.” Learn how to live life with
    a high degree of balance, to have mental poise. It takes many more muscles to frown than it does to smile, and it also takes 10 positive thoughts to erase one negative thought. Health is happiness.
  • Habit Two : Become Goal Oriented
    Have a goal. If we don’t have a goal, how will we know when we reach it? Some people call the goal
    a dream. Everything is in motion; nothing stands still. We will move, either forward or backward. The question is, will we be kicked from behind or drawn from ahead? Pressure drives, but a dream draws. The family that dreams together stays together, and grows together.
  • Habit Three : Have a Plan
    Can you imagine a house being built without a plan? Planning allows growth in all aspects of our lifestyle. We may need to seek the assistance of someone to achieve our ends. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. What one person has done, so may another.
  • Habit Four : Action
    Repetition breeds habits, and habits turn into character traits. Our value systems are the foundations upon which we build our future. Do something, and be consistent and persistent. Repetition is the key. With the increase in quantity, there comes about a sudden and dramatic change in quality.
  • Habit Five : Living Foods
    Choose foods that produce healthy blood and tissue. Every animal lives and thrives in a state of health on a diet particular to its own structure and function. The human animal is no different.
  • Habit Six : Air
    Learn the art of rhythmic and diaphragmatic breathing in order to increase the efficiency of the lungs. 
  • Habit Seven : Sunlight 
    Use the power of sunlight (not sun heat) to recharge the vitality of a flagging nervous system.
  • Habit Eight : Water
    Water is the only liquid that the body needs in order to transport vital elements to the tissues and carry waste matter away. Water that goes into the body should be pure, vitalized or energized by the sun’s radiations, and oxygenated to ensure that there is a “life-force” contained within.
  • Habit Nine : Exercise and movement
    Become more childlike in movement. Dance and skip, bend and twist, and stretch and relax as many parts of your body as is comfortable. Walking and swimming are two of the best exercises for the body. Combined with deep rhythmical and diaphragmatic breathing, these will ensure that your body stays supple and flexible helping your joints and circulatory system maintain their normal efficiency.
  • Habit Ten : Rest and relaxation
    Learn how to grab the “One Minute Reviver” whether at work, at home or waiting in the checkout
    line. Wherever you might find yourself with a minute to kill, learn how to close your eyes, regulate
    your breathing, assume a relaxed posture and imagine the best circumstances happening in your
    life. Find one and learn how to use it so that you can adjust your vibrational rate quickly.
  • Habit Eleven : Attitude
    Learn how to change a negative attitude into a positive one as quickly as possible. Our journey through life is always accompanied by the luggage of our attitudes. Learn how to travel with ease and efficiency. If your emotional states indicate tension, act differently. We can act ourselves into different states of emotional being as well, by applying positive thinking.
  • Habit Twelve : Spinal care
    Learn how to align and support your spine through the proper function of the physical body. Be conscious of posture and body movements to support spinal alignment. Obstructions to the normal flow of blood, lymph and nerve force that are not resolved become states of disease. Rather than waiting for symptoms, get your spine adjusted regularly.
  • Habit Thirteen : Give
    The more we give, the more we get. That’s the law of reciprocity. The thing is, we never know when or where it’s going to bounce back from. Oftentimes we deposit in one location, only to withdraw from another. Make a point to say something nice to six people each day. Do it for a week, and it will become a habit. The customer is always right…so treat everyone like a customer.
  • Habit Fourteen : Receive
    Many people feel guilty about receiving. Learn the art of saying “thank you.” That is sufficient within itself. Be prepared—we get what we deserve. To ensure that our rewards are in accordance with our efforts, we only need to put our values and principles in order. All the best, in everything we do and become.
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