Coaching of Lifestyle to increase health, well-being and reduce stress has been practiced for many centuries and is referred to as a discipline of healing. It acknowledges that the human body responds to both sensory and non-sensory stimuli. When a person is in pain, the sensory nerves have been activated and so the areas of the brain that control the ‘pain’ responses get very active.
In addition to activating sensory nerve fibers, the body also produces non-sensory pathways (neurotransmitters) that pass messages from the sensory receptors to the brain. When a person is in pain, the thermal and dynamic qst waves make it possible for the transmitter to send ‘pain’ information to the brain. However, when the person becomes relaxed, the thermal qst waves slow down. Thermostat regulation is then affected, allowing the heat of the body to escape and the cold to come in. Since the dynamic qst waves transmit messages in the form of relaxing thoughts or images, the mind can then relax and so the receiver of the healing qst is able to feel relief even if there is no pain.
The process of coaching of lifestyle continues even after the person has reached a state of relaxation. Regular coaching keeps the health of the mind, body and spirit in a continuous state of improvement. There are some aspects of the coaching of lifestyle that might be considered passive. These include the provision of information in the forms of audio files, training in meditation, guidance in diet changes and providing tools for self-care that the client can carry with them at all times.
For some people, the process of coaching will be a one-time offering. For others, it will be continuous, with perhaps weekly appointments along with coaching sessions that may be longer than a one-time offering. There are several things that you can do to ensure that your coaching of lifestyle remains an effective and constructive part of your life. Make sure that you make yourself available to the coach. Make sure that they recognize your willingness to change and your commitment to your health and well-being.
When you meet with the coach, don’t say yes to everything that they suggest. Give them room to suggest what they want to do and then respond constructively. Make sure that you have made the lifestyle changes on your own. If you feel that you can’t handle it on your own, consider working with someone who can help you. Your health should be your first priority and you should do whatever it takes to protect it.
A positive change in your life begins with your willingness to make changes. Lifecoach Almere in the Netherlands is specailized in Lifestyle coahing. It’s not enough to hope for change; it’s also important to begin the change. If coaching of lifestyle isn’t an option for you right now, consider getting coaching of another type. There is plenty out there to choose from, and once you make the change you will live with the joy and the health that comes with being healthy.