Our Lexicon is an alphabetical list of terms associated with The Akira Concept and living in The Akira State … some terms will be new to you, some will be very familiar, all are worth understanding. If you have worked with us or have any of our workbooks, you will have already started to adopt this language and vocabulary.
Humanity and compassion towards others.
The absence of conscious thought. A roadblock to being connected.
Challenging status quo. Being creative, curious, informing yourself, and taking action based on your learnings, without conforming.
A conscious and connected visionary who actively pursues meaningful goals with purpose, passion, and authenticity and believes in personal journeys and human potential. more >>
Essential to knowing and to discovering your Wellness Intelligence.
Done by choice.
The Akira Concept’s approach to observing stillness associated with breath. more >>
Highly attainable, adaptable, and absorbable. We challenge you to find this in your everyday life. Practice it with Off-Road-Speed-Play.
The activity of the vagus nerve. The stronger your vagal tone, the stronger your body is at regulating itself.
A powerful component of the parasympathetic nervous system that runs from brain to gut, the “superhighway”, carrying signals in both directions.
Sound is vibration and vibration touches every part of your physical being.
Volatile Organic Compounds are emissions often off-gassed by household products such as furniture, paint, and cleaning solutions. They can significantly impact the air quality inside your home.
The flooding of your body with a large glass of tepid water, ideally done upon waking. more >>
Wellness Intelligence gives you the ability to make the right decisions and take the right actions in conscious pursuit of the right things. It is about you being able to answer the question, “what should I do?” with ease, flow, and a sense of purpose in any situation. It is about being connected to your own “right”. more >>
A term used to describe wellness marketing that is deceptively manipulative and used to persuade the public to engage in certain programs, services, or products that falsely promise to deliver healthy benefits.
A feeling of calm strength. Knowing that you have enough. Living with gratitude. Experiencing inner peace. Acting with compassion and kindness.
Being ready. Having unreserved enthusiasm. Practicing acceptance. Readily receptive. Responding to all with an open mind.
Window of Tolerance
Dr. Dan Siegel’s concept used to understand and describe normal brain/body reactions, especially following a traumatic event.
The Wrong Bus Syndrome
A simple-yet-powerful analogy from Wangari Maathai for how and why one finds themself giving away their choices and heading in the wrong direction. more >>
To drive over bumps. Bumpy roads often lead to beautiful destinations. Change comes from discomfort … enjoy life’s journey.
You Are Your Own Best Expert
You have, by far, more knowledge about yourself than anyone else. No one else lives inside your body, mind, and soul. more >>
Taking everything into consideration and understanding that anything is possible also known as unconventional idealism.
Having a spirited love of life. Eager, enthusiastic, involves a whole lot of curiosity, dreaming, creativity, and play.