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Growing up, my Mom would tell me the story of the "four legs" and quite often I remind myself of the importance of being "balanced".
The idea is that for any table to achieve strength, balance and integrity, each of the four legs must be of generally equal size and length.
The four legs are:
The Physical 'leg' which represents our physical body.
The Mental 'leg' of the table which accounts for how people think about everything; themselves, others and their environment. Thoughts are pure energy.
The Emotional 'leg' of the table reflects how we feel about things.
The fourth and final 'leg' of the table is spiritual. Believing in something greater than ourselves.
This lesson has always intrigued me and I am constantly trying to find ways to balance my four legs.
It is an ongoing process of learning and living.
You can buy the book "The four legs of the table" by Raymond Ackerman.