Best 32 of Natural health quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ilchi Lee

. . . our body is an ecosystem. This ecosystem must be maintained . . .

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ilchi Lee

My belly button is undeniable, visual proof that I’m not a separate organism, but that I am connected with the Source of life.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

I believe the key to solving everything from individual problems to the global environmental crisis or political and religious conflicts is to be found in restoring this link with the great life force. By recovering our natural healing ability and the goodness of human nature, we can create a truly peaceful, sustainable world. And I don’t believe that these are things that social institutions or prestigious experts can do for us: they must happen within each and every one of us.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ilchi Lee

The umbilical cord is a precious lifeline that began in my primal mother and has come down to me.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ilchi Lee

By opening blockages in the energy pathways and reawakening our innate ability to sense energy flow, we can recover our health and natural balance. When we develop sensitivity to ki, we will be able to reach our body's potential.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ilchi Lee

You need only one thing in the world. It is not money. It is not fame. It is not even food. All you need in the world is hope. As long as you have that, you have everything. This is your birthright that you should never lose. If you keep hope, all your other necessities will come soon enough.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ilchi Lee

As the gift of the Creator, natural healing power is ours. That’s why no special method is needed for recovering it. There are no perfect methods, no matter how effective or powerful they may be. What is perfect is our sense of life itself.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

. . . greater empathy motivates you to change yourself, as your empathy encapsulates the planet, you become motivated to make a positive impact on the world.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Our body teaches us that health lies in balance and harmony, rather than in conflict and fighting.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Aarti Patel

The more we see health as a practice rather than as a problem to fix, the more we encourage the body’s natural potential to be healthy.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ilchi Lee

All brains are good brains. However, information can affect the brain in ways that can distort its functioning. When negative information has taken over the natural workings of the brain, you could say that a good brain has become a bad brain. The brain naturally distinguishes positive information from negative, but sometimes we simply lose trust in our brain, allowing outside information to run the show.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Our bodies live separately from each other, but we are deeply connected with each other, through our belly buttons, to the Source of life.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Heidi Dupree

In our modern lives we have strayed so far from living in sync with nature that integrating natural health measures into our lives can paradoxically feel unnatural.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Every time I feel my belly button, I feel great gratitude that I have a navel. I’m grateful to be alive, I’m grateful that I’m connected with the incredible life force of the universe, and I am overwhelmed with gratitude that I am receiving the blessings of life energy. The gratitude and humbleness I feel before the great cycle of life automatically fills my heart to overflowing.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

If we follow the ancestral line of our umbilical cord from our mother, to her mother’s mother, her mother’s mother’s mother, and so on, eventually we will reach our primal mother—the one we all share.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Nancy Mure

One of the greatest ways to triumph over wanting to eat constantly is to teach yourself how to focus on something else -- something you enjoy doing. In other words, get a hobby!

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ilchi Lee

. . . my belly button is not simply a trace of my birth, but a precious seal and a mark, a reminder of my connection with the Source of life and all life forms.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

I believe that there is a direct parallel between the condition of your body and the condition of your brain. When you release the stiffness in your body, you are also creating flexibility in your brain. You become the instinctive, spontaneous healer of your own body and mind.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ilchi Lee

You will be able to live as your authentic self when you find that infinite source of energy and that mind, bright and shining like the sun. Then you won’t need to become anyone other than yourself. You won’t need to depend on externals for your health and happiness, and you won’t need to look outside yourself to find passion and hope for life.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

. . . feel your connection with the Source of life through a simple touch of your belly button.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Through our belly buttons, not only can we connect with ourselves, but we also gain the wisdom to see the earth as an extension of ourselves.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Many of the activities we pursue, the resources we consume, and the waste products we create are the products of our desire to make our bodies a little more comfortable and carefree. Whether it’s food, exercise, music, alcohol, sex, drugs—whatever the stimulus—ultimately what we seek is a feeling of satisfaction. In the end, though, true satisfaction arises from a balance of healthy, harmonious energy. And that harmonious, balanced energy is the core of the natural healing power.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Ilchi Lee

As long as I can find hope in myself, there is hope for the future of the earth and the human race. If I fail to discover hope in myself, there is no hope for the earth or the human race. If I discover the goodness of human nature in myself, I can find it in the entire human race. If I fail to discover it in myself, I can’t expect it from anyone else, either.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Lisa Kemmerer

There is no requirement that the cows, pigs, or hens who were exploited to create “natural” products be treated any different from how other factory farmed animals are treated. Farmed animals who are exploited for “natural” products are not allowed to live in natural conditions—they are not even allowed to satisfy their most basic natural behaviors. Despite consumer assumptions about what “natural” means, . . . the USDA’s “natural” food labels only regulate “the presence of artificial additives and the degree of processing.” “Free range,” “cage free,” and “certified humane” labels are just as meaningless for farmed animals as are “all natural” labels. Just like farmed animals enslaved by organic industries, farmed animals exploited by “free range,” “cage free,” and “certified humane” producers are routinely debeaked, disbudded, detoed, castrated, their tails are docked, and/or they are branded (depending on the species). Neither do “free range” and “certified humane” labels protect cows from perpetual impregnation, pregnancy, birth, calfsnatching, transport, or dismemberment (slaughter) at a very young age. Finally, “free range,” “cage free,” and “certified humane” labels fail to help “spent” hens, who are sent to slaughter at the same youthful age.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Ilchi Lee

What we should understand here is that it’s not food or breathing that life ultimately needs, but energy. And the most direct expression of energy is heat. In this sense, temperature expresses the essence of life. When you feel the heat in your body, you’re observing the most central operations of your life. You’re connected to the essence of life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Aarti Patel

There is no medicine you can take that will replace what you can do for your own health.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nancy S. Mure

A non-GMO Mom is an avid researcher, a conscientious protector, and the most effective teacher of natural health.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Good memory skill is the offspring of good focus. If you find yourself becoming a little forgetful, it is probably not because there is something wrong with your brain. Rather, it is simply because your mind is too cluttered to allow things to stick.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Nancy Mure

If there's one thing to know about the human body; it's this: the human body has a ringmaster. This ringmaster controls your digestion, your immunity, your brain, your weight, your health and even your happiness. This ringmaster is the gut

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ilchi Lee

Though our skin colors may be different, though our languages may be different, as we look at the belly button, the symbol of our ultimate connection, we should remember that we are one family that has come from the same Source of life.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Nancy S. Mure

Are you going to hand your children over to Big Food, Big Med and Big Pharma? That journey begins with the choice to bottle feed, then it's all down hill from there.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

. . . if you are connected and one with yourself, even something as massive as the Earth feels as if it belongs to you, something you want to love and care for.