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In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the daily grind and neglect our well-being. But what if I told you there’s an ancient wisdom that gives us incredible indicators of health and happiness? This wisdom doesn’t come from fancy tests or expensive treatments, but from a simple connection with ourselves and how our internal state manifests in the external world.

Enter the 8 indicators of Health – a framework I’ve developed based on the 8-line ancient Vedic shloka you can read above. These eight indicators are represented by a single word for ease of remembering…

H.A.P.P.I.N.E.S.S. Happiness, you say? That’s 9 alphabets 🤗 And that’s great… because you get 1 extra indicator – as bonus!

The Lower Levels: Recognizing Imbalances

The first three indicators – Hunger, Active Life, and Pain-Free – form the foundation. They act as signposts, alerting us to potential imbalances in our internal state.

  • Hunger (H): This isn’t just about cravings or feeling empty. True hunger is a deep physiological signal, a call from your body for nourishment. When hunger pangs are absent, it indicates a disconnect from your body’s natural rhythms.
  • Active Life (A): Our bodies are designed for movement. Chronic laziness or fatigue can be a sign of underlying energy blockages or a lack of alignment with our natural inclinations.
  • Pain-Free (P): Pain is a signal, yes, but it shouldn’t be a constant companion. Chronic aches and pains can be a result of accumulated physical tension, suppressed emotions, or a weakened energetic field.

By paying attention to these foundational indicators, we can identify areas needing attention and begin our journey towards a more balanced state.

The Middle Indicators of Health: Cultivating Well-being

The next three indicators – Positive Thoughts, Indigestion, and Normal Weight – represent a deeper level of well-being. Here, we move beyond simply identifying imbalances to actively cultivating a healthy state.

  • Positive Thoughts (P): Our thoughts shape our reality. By nurturing positive thought patterns and breaking free from negativity, we empower ourselves to create a happier and healthier life.
  • Indigestion (I): A well-functioning digestive system is essential for optimal health. Indigestion can be a sign of improper diet, stress, or a lack of gut flora diversity. By addressing these factors, we build a stronger internal foundation.
  • Normal Weight (N): While aesthetics are important, weight is more about being at a healthy balance for your body type and activity level. Being overweight or underweight can hinder your energy levels and overall well-being.

These indicators remind us that true health goes beyond the physical. It encompasses our mental, emotional, and energetic well-being.

The Higher Levels: Unveiling Inner Power

The final three indicators – Eruptions, Sleep, and the additional indicator from Daoism, Sexual Desire – represent the pinnacle of health. When these aspects are functioning optimally, we radiate vitality.

  • Eruptions (E): Our skin is the body’s largest elimination organ. Skin problems can indicate a buildup of toxins within, highlighting the need for internal cleansing and dietary adjustments.
  • Sleep (S): Deep, restorative sleep is essential for regeneration and balance. When sleep is compromised, our entire system suffers. Prioritizing quality sleep allows our mind and body to recharge and function optimally.
  • Sexual Desire (S): A healthy libido is a sign of vibrant life force energy. It reflects a state of being open to pleasure, connection, and the creative potential within us.

From Indicators of Health to Inner Power

The above indicators of health give us valuable insights into our own unique state of being. As we move up this spiral of awareness, we cultivate a deeper connection with ourselves, unlock our inner power, and experience a greater sense of happiness and well-being.

Here is what you must do, to this end:

  • Practice Self-Awareness: Pay attention to your body’s signals and emotional states. How are you feeling in each of these areas?
  • Start Small: Focus on incorporating small changes related to address one or two indicators at a time. Consistency is key.
  • Embrace Exploration: There are many resources available to support your journey. Set up a call to understand this better.