Innate wellbeing: how to sift the truth from the myths
(August 15, 2018)
Ryan’s upbringing allowed him a rare insight into how humans live, behave and feel when they’re living in more ‘natural ways’. Whilst there absolutely was the full range of human emotions and behaviour, including anger, sadness and violence, there was s a lack of the common mental health issues that we consider normal in today’s world, there was no chronic anxiety for instance. There was a resting state of presence, joy and connection.
The other way that innate wellbeing is spoken about is our spiritual nature – that’s sometimes as the observer, the witness, and the stillness behind our thoughts. As Ryan said, whether it’s always there or not, is it always accessible?
When we become good stewards of our lives we can begin to access both the human and spiritual aspects of wellbeing. When our primal needs are taken care of that leads a lot of space for self enquiry into our spiritual nature.
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