A clear example, just to mention one, is the constant debate about the forms of food, given that, as we have said, it is necessary to understand that we are at a decisive moment for humanity, a moment in which we must change habits rooted in our society. The need for food with animal protein is not denied, however in the face of global warming causing increasingly worse effects on the planet, helping to reduce carbon emissions would be of great help to heal the being that keeps us alive day by day.
A great option is to opt for a plant-based diet, which, through diverse and creative combinations, can offer all the nutrients necessary for daily life through the nobility of vegetables, without sacrificing flavor. Chef Charly, Carlos Carrión, famous for his acclaimed Charly’s Vegan Tacos “CVT” food truck, has developed different menus for the Palmaïa eco-resort, showcasing the mastery and creativity that plant-based cuisine entails.
Once we understand the importance of our diet, not only at an individual level but also collectively, we must understand that these changes, particularly speaking, entail the analysis of the various human realities, which, in order to explain them, need to be defined in relation to another reality, given that the situation exists as long as another confirms it, the sameness in relation to otherness; however, let’s talk more about their meeting point: the search for wellness.
The diverse human realities, to explain them, need to be defined in relation to another reality, given that the situation exists as long as another confirms it, the sameness in relation to otherness; however, let’s talk more about their meeting point: the search for wellness.
Jane E. Myers, a pioneer in the study of wellness, defines it as a lifestyle-oriented towards optimal health and physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing, integrated in such a way that balance can be found, allowing us to live each life experience to the fullest.
From a perspective that is anything but utopian, this state of wellness must come progressively, since we cannot separate ourselves from external factors that could affect this balance. Let us remember that as social beings our decisions and actions will have a direct effect on our environment and our vitality, which will eventually push us to balance each aspect of our lives in terms of the usefulness it represents in order to access what is exposed to us as happiness, demanding constant reflection, analysis, and integration of ideas, understanding its structure within a timeless and utopian social imaginary, which does not necessarily correspond to our reality as individuals.
This wellness, this state of awareness and acceptance of the environment understood as a perspective, a completely mindful state, is nothing more than the product of a series of steps, habits, and activities that are developed progressively, beginning by defining the first approach to change, glimpsing what is most relevant at the moment.