Whole Health Wisdom: Navigating Holistic Wellness (my new book)

December 05, 2023  •  Leave a Comment

What we think, what we eat and how we move our bodies are the basic components that determine our health and happiness. We all know this, but how do we go about making our lives what we want them to be? Knowledge. Knowledge indeed gives us power to succeed in any endeavor. Knowledge unused is wasted.

I just recently finished up my 26th book in my series on mind, body and self-awareness, titled Whole Health Wisdom: Navigating Holistic Wellness. I formatted this book mostly as an outline, in order to best present the multitude of topics that encompass holistic health and wellness. Each topic could be a separate book unto itself. It is now available for purchase on Amazon https://a.co/d/gcRDJbg with a paperback and Kindle format. However the Kindle version does not look as well formatted as the paperback version. I have at least a few more book topics in my pipeline, as I have tried to publish about one per year more recently.

Book 26 draws upon my over 40 years of learning, practicing and teaching, with the goal of helping others to unlock the key components of holistic health by discovering a life of balance, vitality, and well-being. In this comprehensive outline, you’ll embark on a transformative journey that explores the profound connections between mind, body, and spirit. From ancient healing traditions to modern wellness practices, gain insights into nutrition, healthcare modalities, mindfulness, and the power of belief systems. This outline can serve as a “quick” study guide, inspiring further research, and discussion. Teachers and students alike who are seeking to embrace holistic living as a path to achieving lasting health, happiness, longevity, fulfillment, meaning and a sense of purpose can benefit from this outline.



I included many of my detailed color graphics towards the back-half, that I feel connect strongly to the topics covered in my outline. Specifically, the graphics offer insights and exercises relative to self-regulation of the nervous system, through deliberate management of thoughts, emotions and relative physiological responses by way of respiration and physical body postures. Included are also detailed illustrations of many qigong exercises such as the 8 Pieces of Brocade, Opening & filling of the 8 Vessels (Ship Pal Gye), bottle and weight exercises as well as the Yang 24 tai chi set along with history and physiology. Just below is watermarked copy of new book for those who care to review its contents.

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I teach and offer lectures about holistic health, stress management, qigong, tai chi, baguazhang, meditation, phytotherapy (herbs), music for healing, self-massage, and Daoyin (yoga).

I look forward to further sharing more of my message by partnering with hospitals, wellness centers, VA centers, schools on all levels, businesses and individuals that see the value in building a stronger nation through building a healthier population. I also have hundreds of FREE education video classes, lectures and seminars available on my YouTube channel at:

https://www.youtube.com/c/MindandBodyExercises

www.MindAndBodyExercises.com

www.Amazon.com/author/jimmoltzan

Mind and Body Exercises on Google: https://posts.gle/aD47Qo

Jim Moltzan

407-234-0119


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