Sustainable Well Being with Greg Wastl [episode 18]
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Meet Our Featured Guest on Express Success Radio
Our featured guest is Greg Wastl.
More than 30 years ago, Greg fell in love with the natural healing arts and realized that the body has an incredible ability to heal itself without drugs or surgery. Greg has a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic and is the host of the soon to be released podcast called Talking Health Matters.
His post-graduate training in various healing modalities underlies Greg’s experience in teaching healthcare practitioners about kinesiology, reflex analysis, Bio Cranial Therapy, and herbology.
After spending his career healing others, Greg found himself struggling to help his own wife overcome a rare and serious disease. After 15 years of working alongside her traditional doctors and providing every imaginable form of complementary medicine to his wife, she ultimately ran out of antibiotics to treat the infection in her blood. After his wife passed away, Greg felt that he had failed her at some level because he was not able to resolve her illness despite all of his medical training, experience and care.
At the memorial service for his wife, Greg was approached by one of his wife’s traditional doctors who commended him for all of the positive results he’d produced in her life. He told Greg, “Regardless of how you feel about losing your wife, you have to know that all of care you provided enhanced and prolonged her life.” This experience represented a wake-up call to Greg when he realized that while he could not help everyone, he could still help those under his care to make the years they do have healthier and more vibrant than they might otherwise have been.
The Action Steps
Over time Greg realized that moderation in all approaches was preferable to more harsh and extreme changes:
- Start Small: Making too many changes at once or those that are too drastic from your current self-care approach will often result in defeat. Instead, commit yourself to a single change at a time such as drinking more water. Small adjustments repeated over time is the best approach to making sustainable and permanent improvements to your health.
- Everything In Moderation: Avoid extreme changes such as those people tend to make at the New Year. Instead of placing severe restrictions on your diet, take a long-term perspective and moderate approach to exercise, food and alcohol.
- Re-frame Your Thoughts: Your thoughts are energetic in nature and will cause a corresponding response in your body. By choosing to re-frame your thoughts from negative to positive, you can greatly influence your mental health and physical well-being for the rest of your life.
“Whatever we think about and thank about, we bring about.” – Dr. John F. Demartini
Count Your Blessings: The Healing Power of Gratitude and Love by Dr. John F. Demartini