How Your Thoughts Are Affecting Your Well-being - Understanding the Mind-Body Connection

Updated: Apr 17

The beliefs you hold about yourself and the world, your emotions, your memories and your habits all can influence mental and physical health.



Thinking Outside of the Box


For centuries, healers have pondered the connection between mental and physical health. In recent years, science has begun to recognize the powerful connections through which emotional, spiritual and behavioral factors can directly affect health outcomes. As research in the field of mind-body medicine is finding, emotions and thought patterns can contribute to imbalances within the body and therapies like hypnosis, visual imagery, meditation, yoga, and NLP are being used to re-establish balance and promote health.


The beliefs you hold about yourself and the world, your emotions, your memories and your habits all can influence mental and physical health. These connections between what is going on in your mind and heart and what is happening in your body, form the psycho-emotional roots of health and disease.



The Subconscious Mind


"Your conscious mind is the editor. Your subconscious mind is the writer" ~ Steve Martin