Health 101

This entry is part 39 of 73 in the series 2015

Oct 31, 2015

Health 101

Thanks for your comments on healing. I’m sure some readers find it refreshing to read intelligent comments from the various Keys members.

I think that one thing we can all agree on is that a reasonable amount of exercise is needed to maintain good health. The key is to choose the right kind ad get the right amount.

Like anything, the key of good judgment is essential, especially as you get older. More is not always better.

For instance, a little jogging or bike riding is good but too much can create problems. Some run so much, as did President Bush, that it ruins their joints. Excessive aerobic exercise causes one to sweat a lot. A little sweating is good , but too much can cause a loss of essential minerals that can lead to heart and other problems.

When I was younger I found that I could do any type of exercise with no visible negative effects, but as I got older I discovered that I needed to avoid high impact exercises. I am now 70 and several I have tried out in the last ten years have backfired on me and caused some joint pain. When this has occurred I ceased doing them and switched to something else and the problems went away.

Right now I have found the best exercise with no negative effects is doing jumping jacks on a mini trampoline, often called a “rebounder.” I see that Susan mentioned that she and Michael are sold on this also.

I seek an exercise that doesn’t take much time as my time is precious to me. One thing I have discovered is that short sessions of exercise that gets the heart rate up done several times a day is better than one long one once a day.

What I find works for me is to do jumping jacks on a rebounder 80 times, three times a day. This seems to keep the blood and life energy in circulation. I also do several other exercises.

Right now one of my most intensive workouts comes twice a week when Artie babysits our grandson. He loves chasing me around the house with a foam rubber sword. When I get too tired to continue I let him finish me off.

I read once about some study that said that if you enjoy the exercise that the benefit will almost double so I suppose having fun with a grandson is a good plan for him and me.

There are, of course, many ingredients to good health. Several of you mentioned a key one which is the soul. In this you are in harmony with DK. Here is the first law of healing that is given by him:

All disease is the result of inhibited soul life. This is true of all forms in all kingdoms. The art of the healer consists in releasing the soul so that its life can flow through the aggregate of organisms which constitute any particular form.

Question:

How is the soul released so its life can flow?

To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.

Buddha

Copyright 2015 by J J Dewey

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