Health: It's All About Consciousness

Overview

Sickness isn’t something that just "happens," nor is health something that can be achieved simply with the right foods, medicines, exercise, and mental attitude. Health and sickness are reflections of one's essential being, and hence the potential for health exists at all times. When we are grounded in the universal consciousness Ivan Rados calls our "One-Self," our entire being is in balance, which gives rise to wellness. This is because there is no fracturing within the One-Self, which knows nothing but ...

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Overview

Sickness isn’t something that just "happens," nor is health something that can be achieved simply with the right foods, medicines, exercise, and mental attitude. Health and sickness are reflections of one's essential being, and hence the potential for health exists at all times. When we are grounded in the universal consciousness Ivan Rados calls our "One-Self," our entire being is in balance, which gives rise to wellness. This is because there is no fracturing within the One-Self, which knows nothing but well-being — it is whole, or holy. Ivan Rados's insight into how readers can consciously reconnect with their One-Self enables them to address illness at its source — the mind, which, through thought and emotional reactivity, blocks the flow of our essential being. By clearing out anxiety, delusion, projections, belief in separation, and the sense of limitation, readers of Health will restore the health that is intrinsic to their humanity.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781897238431
  • Publisher: Namaste Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/1/2010
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

A true master of both himself and his life, Ivan Rados asserts that he heals no one but simply helps people heal themselves through the power of infinite consciousness. His journey reads like a book of miracles, which he modestly labels "ordinarinesses." The wisdom he shares comes from his deep roots in what he calls the One-Self, the divine source of everything. Born in the former Yugoslavia, Ivan moved to Vancouver, Canada, in 2001. He now travels extensively, sharing his insights around the world, facilitating classes, seminars, and retreats.
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