3 Things I Wish Everyone Knew about Their Body

In honor of my latest ebook on Manifesting the Body You Love, I’m sharing three things I wish everyone knew about their body.

After more than a decade of working with fellow creators to manifest physical changes in their body, these are a few things I’ve learned along the way:

1. Your body is working for you, at all times, even when it doesnโ€™t seem like it.

“Symptoms” and illnesses are not a sign of failure on your body’s part. They are actually in service to your healing and your highest good.

Any time we feel inclined to judge or criticize something going “wrong” in our body is a sign we’re operating under an illusion.

Our bodies aren’t betraying us. Rather, they’re either in the active process of healing or they’re simply following our own bad instructions.

The good news is we can change those instructions. In fact, even judging it as “going wrong” is an instruction the body has to follow!

2. Your body is capable of more than youโ€™re allowing.

We limit what’s possible in our bodies by what we believe. Most of us have been trained into a very narrow thought stream about what our bodies can and can’t do.

When we drop those constraints about what’s possible, our bodies rise to the occasion.

And that’s when things get really fun. There are plenty of people already proving it!

3. Your body knows best.

Anyone who doesn’t know your vibration is not in a position to know what serves your physical form best. (And no one knows your vibration better than you.)

That means anyone writing a prescription, creating a workout, or offering diet instructions should take second chair to your body’s own wisdom.

That’s not to say that muggle experts don’t sometimes present us with just the solution needed, but you don’t know for sure until you check in with your body.

The thing is our bodies are telling us what they want every moment of every day. They’re constantly calling us forward on the path of well-being, when we take the time to listen. ๐Ÿ™‚

When we learn to trust that our bodies know how to thrive, and we let them lead the way, our experience of our physical selves gets better than we ever dreamed.

Here’s to partnering with our bodies and loving them into their highest expression, rather than that other routine we may have been doing for so long.

You’re invited to check out the ebook and give your body some love today. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • December 27, 2017
  • Anita says:

    So I just drank a bottled green juice, non-gmo, fair trade, cold pressed organic ($3 at 7-11), first time. Didn’t enjoy it much at all ๐Ÿ˜ฎ But this stuff is super healthy, right? But I would really enjoy say, a chocolate milk shake a lot more.
    So if the logic of doing something unenjoyable can’t lead to anything good is true, does that mean chocolate milkshakes will lead to a slimmer, healthier physique than this super good for you ikky tasting green juice?
    Anyhoo, the question just occurred to me. Hmmm, maybe their red juice is better ๐Ÿ˜›

  • Jess says:

    Love this Jeannette! As you know body has been that thing with the most charge in my life. It’s funny that just this morning I was thinking about the body love GVU course you did a while back and I had just pulled out my notebook. I hadn’t checked this blog for a few days so it was a pleasant ‘surprise’ when this post popped up!

  • Namaste says:

    My favorite point is “Your Body Knows Best.” Years ago, I was in Thailand doing a cleanse. The center I was at had a very strong philosophy that you should only do a cleanse for seven days. When I got to the end of the seventh day, my body wanted another day. They weren’t very cooperative but I insisted. The eighth, and what turned out to be the final day of my cleanse, was the day I got the best results! Your body really does always know what is best for you and it’s worth listening to no matter what anyone else says =)

  • >