EE-061-What-Is-A-Whole-istic-Detox

EE 061: What Is A Whole-istic Detox and Why is It Superior to All Other Kinds of Detox Programs?

A “Whole”-istic detox works with the complete person. Please understand that you’re not just your skin, bones, muscle tissue, hair, digestive system, circulatory system, and reproductive system. You’re made up of more than that.

The best way to explain this is to look at the brain. The brain, of course, is made up of billions, if not trillions of nerve cells. It is constantly bathing in very powerful neurotransmitter chemicals. It is one of the most complicated organic mechanisms in the universe. But nobody in their right mind would look at the brain and call it the mind.

When you look at a brain disconnected from the body, it is just a clump of tissue. It is a very powerful clump, capable of so much, but it’s still a clump. It has to be alive.  It has to be fed experiences. It has to be conscious. It has to be self-aware. In other words, it has to be part of a system.

That’s how you define a mind. A mind involves memories, perception, mindsets, attitudes, perspectives. In turn, the mind is self-aware. I bring up this example because a lot of people look at detoxification the same way. When they say that they want to detoxify their bodies, they’re looking at their body as if it’s hermetically sealed off, or surgically removed from the intangibles.

This is a serious mistake.

It is no surprise that a lot of detox programs currently being promoted flat out fail. They don’t even come close to delivering the benefits they’re supposed to bring to the table. How can they? They are positioned in such a way that they are supposed to deal only with your body, your blood chemistry, and other physical elements.

But the reality is, you are more than the sum of your parts; you are more than your body. You’re more than your ability to perceive. You are also your experiences, your memory, and your potential. And your mindset. If you want a good example of this, look at a person’s life before and after they develop Alzheimer’s. They are a completely different person, yet look primarily the same.

It is tragic.  Heartbreaking in fact.

When you see this person you knew as whole, beautiful, deep, integrated, completely wiped of their personhood, it changes how you view your own mind.  All you see remaining is somebody who is just there physically, and not much else.

Realize that you are doing the same. You might think that you are a fully functional human being who can make things happen and who is responsible and everything. This might seem to be the case, but if you find yourself going around in circles or constantly making the same bad decisions, it might turn out that you’re not as free as you think. Unless and until you choose to wake up to the invisible toxins that are pushing you to run in circles, you won’t be able to achieve the kind of victories that would push you to the next level of self-awareness or full functionality.

To attain this next level, you must learn to let go of unseen toxins. Stay tuned in to the EXECUpreneur’s EDGE via this blog or the accompanying podcast to dive deeper into the concept of the whole-istic detox.

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