Be Your Own Advocate for Life

The first principle of mindfulness in healing is to be your own advocate for life and health!

What does it mean to be your own advocate in the context of living in a fast-paced society with many social, economic, energetic, and environmental crisis?

heart-954975_640In the first place, it means to stand up for yourself so that you can maintain a sense of wholeness, develop confidence and maintain motivation to do what you love (see picture).

When you are your own advocate, you take charge of your life and don’t allow people to run you around, control you, or take away your sense of honor, integrity and dignity.

In the second place, you recognize what your goals are and find ways to achieve them – more about this later.

Being your own advocate for life is the entry point into all of the 7 Principles of Mindfulness in Healing including investigating alternatives and taking action, making appropriate lifestyle changes to accomplish your goals, adopting a daily mindfulness meditation practice, networking with family, friends, business associates, and experts in your field, as well as giving back to your community.

When it comes to your healthcare, being your own advocate means that you take a stand and be in control of your healing experience.

You just don’t roll over and let the medical establishment dictate what kinds of treatment you will accept without knowing what your alternatives are, or getting opinions from other doctors, or finding answers to any questions you may have.

There is much more information about this in Healing with the 7 Principles of Mindfulness so stay tuned for a special offer on how you can obtain it.

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