Well, I did. But only for a few days. (How's that for telling the truth?) So without any further ado, here it is:
Physically, you need a lot of sunshine to keep the energy in this area moving, particularly if you're in pessimistic mode and feeling 'jaundiced' and cynical about life.
I know sunbathing has got a bad rap in recent years, but spending 20 minutes a day in the sun (even with most of your clothes on...) can do wonders for your levels of Vitamin D.
This website can tell you more:
This area also responds very well to 'detoxing' of every stripe. Every effort we make to eat more healthy food, or think more positively, or to get away from all the negative things we're addicted to (including internet; coffee; soap operas, gossip sessions and junk food) will pay big dividends in this area, giving us more physical energy and mental acuity.
Lastly, it's good to look for more spiritually-healthy ways of developing our intellect, and of using our ability to think and clarify matters for the good. Healthy self-esteem means that we recognise our God-given abilities and talents, and that we try to develop them to help build the world.
But do you know what's even better than self-esteem? Self-compassion! You get all the same emotional and spiritual benefits, without any of the negative affects.
This website has some practical exercises you can try, to get your self-compassion bubbling away nicely:
But to come back to the idea of building the world for a moment, if you've got an aptitude for cooking, maybe consider taking a macrobiotic cooking class. Or, if that's too hardcore, at least buy Jamie Oliver's new 'superfoods' cookbook, and start developing a bunch of your own tasty wholefood recipes.
If you're the more analytical and intellectual type, you might want to start studying more truly deep, spiritual texts in depth that will give you much more of an introduction to the 'World of Truth', like the Tanya, Likutei Moharan, the Zohar HaKadosh or even, the Torah with Rashi's commentary.
If you're a good social networker, maybe you'll consider arrange a series of events to help publicise this amazing new website you've stumbled across, that's full of words and ideas to live by ( I can dream…)
But you get the idea: TRUTH gets boosted every time we tune into God, ask God what He wants us to do with ourselves, with our lives, and then try to give it to Him.
But we can only do that when we truly start becoming the authentic, 'real' us, warts n'all.