The ‘walls of lies’ come tumbling down…

In the ages-old health and wellness arts that I teach, coach, and endeavor to follow (the Bright Beautiful School of Thought/Ming Chia), among its most central features is the notion of Acting Without Acting. Philosophical insight into, and practical application of Acting Without Acting is splendidly congruent with physical, emotional, and spiritual health and well-being.

Speaking quite humbly and respectfully, its basic thesis sets forth the importance of endeavoring to do the right thing for the right sake…without the need for selfish recognition or hidden agendas. Accordingly, the more and more selfless and loving we are in our thoughts and actions, the more and more we can benevolently and mindfully embrace a so-healthful spirit of true appreciation of the miracle of the moment…inclusive of gratitude for all of the splendid blessings in our lives. This genuinely healthful outlook allows us the ever-evolving wherewithal to take more and more responsibility for our own health and well-being, and learn to better and better avoid giving into tendencies of craving, desire, and fear of healthful change. It becomes a simpler matter to avoid paralyzing self-deceit and self-betrayal. More and more of the ‘walls of lies’ come tumbling down…with less and less to hide behind.

This resplendently healthful mindset can become more and more a way of life, a way of being in which we can quintessentially learn to so-quite-honestly play the part of the less and less blemished witness – thus taking part in the loving living story of our lives, vs. just being a pawn in the story of our lives. When viewing oneself and one’s world through the clear and unblemished lens of Acting Without Acting, one can enjoy a true gauge of the healthfulness of our thoughts and actions. — Dr. Glen Hepker

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