Recession Presents Opportunity For Lifestyle Change

ATLANTA – The current global economic crisis presents an opportunity for time-deprived professionals to embark on a lifestyle of balance and well-being which can lead to longevity and prosperity.

Atlanta-based healthy lifestyle coach Jestacia Jones, who authored “The Ministry of Mind, Body and Spirit,” believes all periods of crisis present an opportunity to make a lasting change for the better. “If we keep saying the economy is bad, and not learn about changing our current condition, things will continue to look bad based on the negative world view we adopt,” says Jones, who believes God always turns things around for those who believe according to their faith.

Jestacia Jones

Jones, the president of J’lore International, notes that the telltale signs of an unbalanced lifestyle include constant anxiety, short temperedness, feeling rushed and overwhelmed, being dismissive of co-workers’ views and opinions, and a dysfunctional family life.

“If you notice these things and never ‘check-in,’ you will literally self-destruct. If you do not have time to pray and spend quality time with your family, you must let something go,” she warns adding, “Once your core breaks down, sickness and disease can set in and break down the body.”

Jones, a Christian consulting professional who offers complimentary consultations for people who are facing life threatening illnesses such as diabetes or cancer, recommends an integrative approach to medicine which includes healthy eating, regular exercise, Biblical Aromatherapy, and changing destructive mental habits. “The scriptures teach us that ‘as a man thinketh in his heart so is he.’ Therefore, we must commit to changing the way we think, and speaking life, not death, over our lives, our family’s lives, our circumstances and even the economy!” she exhorts.

For a complimentary copy of the e-journal “The Ministry of Mind, Body and Spirit,” send an e-mail to: [email protected].

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