Wellativity: In-Powering Wellness Through Communication

Wellativity: In-Powering Wellness Through Communication

by Scott a. Morofsky

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Wellativity: In-Powering Wellness Through Communication by Scott a. Morofsky

After years of being in recovery and twelve-step programs and seeing his friends dying, not so much from their primary addiction but rather from their crossover afflictions, Scott Morofsky came to recognize that the crossover afflictions plaguing humans were not being addressed. Drawing upon key elements from his own personal struggles and the struggles of his clients, through an adaptation of the traditional twelve-step recovery program, he created Wellativity and its 12 Principles, which target crossover afflictions such as obesity, smoking, lethargy, denial, procrastination, extremes in exercise, eating disorders, and any behavior that inhibits wellness. Scott Morofsky’s book introduces us to the concept of Wellativity, whose core focus is communication, optimal well-being and body, mind and spirit fitness. He expertly guides us in the practice of the 12 Principles and shows that through continual communication with one’s Higher Power, professional therapist, doctor, and/or any trusted and caring individual, we will become “In-Powered” and transformed to a healthier state of being. Included is an unprecedented, proven effective, breathing-conditioning program that incorporates key elements of the 12 Principles into daily readings defined as Wellativity’s Daily Breath.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449798383
Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date: 07/08/2013
Pages: 218
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)

About the Author

Scott Morofsky grew up in New York. In addition to his battles with and overcoming of his own physical disability as a young boy and his personal involvement in recovery, he has national certification as a personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise and various other certifications in the health and fitness field. He is a New York State licensed massage therapist and a graduate of the Swedish Institute of Massage and Allied Health Sciences. As a professional, Scott has maintained a thirty-two-year private practice specializing in joint replacement rehabilitation and physical training for seniors, as well as fitness training and massage therapy, and has given lectures and taught seminars on these subjects. Spirituality has always been at the core of his work.

Table of Contents

Chapter Outline xi

Acknowledgments xv

Introduction xix

Part 1 The Twelve Principles 1

Chapter 1 Principle One 3

We declared that we needed help healing our bodies, that our health and fitness were becoming very difficult to manage.

Chapter 2 Principle Two 9

Came to understand that God's support would guide us back to good health and the joy of movement.

Chapter 3 Principle Three 15

Made a choice to allow God's power within to help us live healthy lives.

Chapter 4 Principle Four 21

Looked deeply and honestly as we took stock of our physical conditions.

Chapter 5 Principle Five 27

Told the truth to God, ourselves, and another person whom we trusted, the exact conditions of our health and fitness.

Chapter 6 Principle Six 33

Became completely ready and willing to have the source of life within work with us toward healing our minds and bodies.

Chapter 7 Principle Seven 39

With a sense of humility, asked our Higher Power to help restore us to a place of health and vitality.

Chapter 8 Principle Eight 45

Made a list of all the destruction we had contributed to our bodies and our lives. Then became willing to compassionately take restorative actions to all involved, except when to do so would be harmful or unacceptable to ourselves or others.

Chapter 9 Principle Nine 53

Took direct action in healing our bodies wherever it felt right, making sure to keep safety as apriority.

Chapter 10 Principle Ten 63

Continued to question what was working or not, and when adjustments were needed, made them as nonjudgmentally as possible.

Chapter 11 Principle Eleven 71

Sought through appropriate physical and spiritual practices to stay consciously connected to our source of life within, asking ourselves to remain completely open to its guidance and to focus on our willingness to act from a loving place rather than from fear.

Chapter 12 Principle Twelve 79

Having had a deep transformation as a result of these principles, we live by example and unconditionally practice these truths to the best of our abilities throughout our lives.

Part 2 Wellativity's Daily Breath 90/90 Program 87

Introduction to the Daily Breath 90/90 Program 89

Ninety Days of Breathing and Conditioning Meditations 90

Conclusion 193

Wellativity's Daily Breath Index 195

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