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Life-Coaching, Lifestyle, Newsletter, Vitality, wellbeing

How to BOOST Your Vitality

Sadly, these days so many people so often complain about feeling tired. Fatigue is probably one of the most common complaints. It also seems to be one of the most difficult for main stream, orthodox medical doctors to treat. So often, victims of fatigue typically just blame their circumstances. They say that they feel burdened, weighed down, pressured, stressed, sick and tired of the daily grind. Also, when feeling fatigued, it just so happens that they’re much more susceptible to also feeling stress and pain. Hence, many find themselves stuck in a viscous downward cycle. Yet most just don’t know how to break this downward spiral.

First up, the main cause of fatigue is simply due to a poor vitality. Essentially, the key to overcoming this is to learn how to boost our vitality. Learning the basic principles of boosting your vitality can really make such a big difference to your wellbeing. As we’re enjoying a high vitality, we’re feeling our best everyday and can handle challenges easier. How important is it, for you to feel your best everyday and to improve the quality of your life?

Also, we’ll briefly introduce the notion of how fatigue may be from being disconnected from reality. This may be, such as trying too hard to achieve an unreasonable outcome. Much of our problems are because we are disconnected from nature. Hence, we are disconnected from the true nature of our own being. We may say that those suffering from fatigue are in a way ‘out of sorts’, are in disharmony, in discord with the true nature of themselves. Much fatigue relates to issues of resistance. Often, when people are fatigued, they are suffering with boredom. Most boredom is about a lack of enthusiasm, joy, passion, desire and vitality. Often, boredom creates pain, pain creates more fatigue and fatigue creates more boredom. It’s sadly, a viscous downward spiral.

Interestingly however, working with so many people in private consultations, seminars, workshops and courses over many years I have discovered how often fatigue ultimately relates to being trapped in some sort of a conflict. This may be from being trapped in some sort of ‘fantasy’ or at least a distorted perspective or illusion. We may say that it’s being disconnected from reality, falling into into victimhood and going against our nature. Reflect upon how you are much more likely to feel tired when attempting to go against the grain, doing something that you don’t enjoy. Do you ever feel as if you’re trying to keep holding that beach ball down under the water … how tiring does it become after a while?

Fatigue, low vitality and weakness may often be due to underlying deficiencies. We can often place greater significance on what actual problems that present before us rather than what we’re missing. Yet, both aspects can be equally important. Much fatigue is the result of ongoing unresolved conflict causing a sort of fragmentation and disintegration. To resolve this, we’d need to discuss more the concept of integration much further. Basically however, w may say that integration is about bring seemingly opposite aspects together in a more resolved and harmonious way.

Because of it’s seemingly complexity, with multi-faceted aspects there seems to be so much confusion and falsehoods about vitality. Many may say that a good, strong cup of coffee or two, along with some favourite sweets will fix the problem. However, after some time it can actually just exacerbate the problem. Actually, it just so happens that most cases of poor vitality are not just because of one thing. Most would agree, without a doubt that there seems to be many varied underlying causes. It seems more-so that it’s usually about how a combination of factors come together. Also, it may actually be because of how things don’t come together. … hence, what we’re missing in our life.

As a Naturopath with over 30 years of experience, in summary, I consider the main underlying cause of poor health is low vitality. Lowered vitality is the cause of much stress, pain & fatigue. Hence, in a nutshell, I suggest that to improve our wellbeing we need to boost our vitality by enhancing our lifestyle. My focus nowadays is more on lifestyle coaching with an emphasis on managing stress, pain and fatigue with a holistic approach to wellness. Furthermore, we may say that low vitality is a result of poor enthusiasm, motivation, and overall, a poor lifestyle. The bottom line to boosting your vitality really is about living a vibrant life. The key to this is to ‘Find, ignite and boost your ‘mojo’ . Your ‘mojo’ is your special niche in life, it’s where you shine more than anyone else.

For more insights apply to become a member to claim your FREE E-Book download: How to BOOST Your Vitality … Keys to Living a Vibrant Life!’ This e-book is a result of my accumulated research spanning nearly 30 years. The contents are adopted from several other books that I’ve written over these years. It also serves as a great introduction and broad overview to the ‘Holistic Life-style Mentoring’ Course’ with the primary components being; ‘Awakening Awareness’, ‘Self-Care’, ‘Self-Development’ and ‘Holistic Healing Arts’.

To get started, apply now for the 2021 ‘Holistic Lifestyle Coaching’ – FREE Bronze membership – please click here –

About Ron Bass

Ron Bass Holistic Naturopath - Counsellor - Life Coach - Remedial Therapist - specialising in Stress, Pain & Fatigue Management

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