Generally speaking, we tend to think of our minds and bodies as separate, and therefore functioning independent of each other. However, there is more to the story than that.
Most of us can relate to having an experience where we felt the effect of a thought or feeling in our body:
The kind of stress we so often hear about is the kind that makes your heart beat a little faster, gives you sweaty palms or makes your stomach flip. And, some say, stress leads to all kinds of illness and pain, structurally, biochemically and emotionally.
But is there a flip side to this kind of stress?
> Do you ever arrive somewhere, whether driving or on foot, and realise you were on auto-pilot the whole time?
> Do you get to the end of the day and wonder where the time went? Or maybe, for you, Friday seems to hit you in the face, and just as quickly it is Sunday night and the next week is about to start again?
Are you curious to explore the connection between your mind and body? Are you wondering what Kinesiology and Mind Body Medicine actually is?
Hi, I’m Prue and I’m a Mind Body Medicine Practitioner and Kinesiologist. If you are wondering what these modalities are, this post is for you.