Giving the world a "new" approach to life
"I did not make the connection between my continual colds and my stress over lack of finances until I read the book on seven deadly stresses. Once I resolved the financial pressures, the colds cleared up and I am enjoying a new level of health."
"I had so much pain in my shoulders that I could not lift my arms above my head. Often, my wife had to help me get dressed.
When I learned the relationship between musculoskeletal diseases and envy, I cleared up the envy. Nine days later, the pain was completely gone; I even threw overhand passes with my sons without pain!"
In 2007, Americans spent 2.27 trillion dollars on health care, which is more per capita than any other nation. Yet, we do not even rank among the 10 healthiest nations in the world; in fact, the number of Americans getting sick increases every year. There is a reason. We are treating symptoms rather than resolving the root causes of disease.
It is estimated that fifty million people live with pain every day. Millions take insulin for diabetes. Twenty-seven million take sleeping pills, which only increase a night's rest by an average of eleven minutes. Millions of people are suffering from eating disorders. Eighty million Americans are on anti-depressants.
If any of these "remedies" are a part of your life, you now have an opportunity to discover the root causes of disease and find lasting solutions.
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The stresses of anger, guilt, bitterness, fear, and envy can often be traced back to painful memories that have never been resolved.
Every experience we have in life is filed in the limbic system of our brain and is associated with an emotional memory.
Each time we recall an experience, the limbic system activates and produces a cascade of hormonal changes throughout our body.
If the memory of the experience is associated with a positive emotion, the result is balance and healing in our body. If the memory is associated with unresolved conflicts however, neurochemical changes occur, resulting in damage to the overall health of the body.
These hurtful memories will be with us for the rest of our lives and will continue triggering destructive changes within us, resulting in such problems as high blood pressure, increased cortisol, and autoimmune diseases.
The good news is that we can take each hurtful experience and see it from a whole new perspective; we can then refile it in the memory bank of our limbic system.