Six Truths about Passion

1/ Passion is awakened. There’s a spark of passion in all of us, passion is innate to our essential nature, however it remains dormant behind veils of ego till ignited. If we’re too acidic (in a bad mood) or too alkaline (over exhilarated), the cells of the body including the brain and nervous system cannot fire at maximum capacity. Our body chemistry needs to be just right, therefore if we want to ignite passion consistently it’s necessary to restore acid base equilibrium first thing every morning.

2/ Passion is variable. Past experiences which caused us pain physically, emotionally or mentally, get stored in the body creating blocks in transmission between brain and body, they vary from person to person, and from day to day. These blockages need to be released with bone-deep massage and exercise that stretches the connective tissue. As well cleaning any emotional charge associated with the painful experiences is necessary to relieve the memory of pain, it doesn’t happen automatically, it takes work.

3/ Passion is inspired. Literally, it’s necessary to ‘inspire’ enough oxygen to balance the acid-producing stress which has become our normal experience in a challenging world. It’s not enough however to simply hyperventilate or breath deeply. The kind of oxygenation that penetrates the deepest tissues of the body can only be accomplished with specialized exercise that opens up circulation in the organs instead of shutting it down as usually occurs with exercise that shifts almost all the blood volume to working muscles (most exercise has this effect).

4/ Passion is renewable. Fact is, even once we’ve processed our past experience, passion requires renewal every single day if we want to function in the zone over long hours of concentration at the computer. This means a tool that can accomplish this very fast without taking a lot of energy or taking up any of your valuable time is of the utmost importance. It needs to be ultra versatile so it’s doable anywhere anytime even in your business clothes should you need an extra boost before an important meeting, presentation or event.

5/ Passion is learnable. Yes it’s possible to improve your passion quotient by learning specific self massage techniques, emotion clearing processes, and visualization practices which, when combined with an exercise modality specially developed to promote the unobstructed distribution of electrolytes throughout the neural system in a flash, provide a relevant methodology that works with real world realities time and energy constraints. In other words, that is scientific because it produces the same benefits in everyone equally regardless of circumstance, body type, sex, race or religion.

6/ Passion is engineered. Ultimately passion cannot be engineered without achieving mind-body integration as a priority. It’s not possible to restore cohesion between all the different parts of the body daily without first balancing blood pH or acid base equilibrium. This requires equilibrating  V02max in small and large muscles throughout the body, oxygenating deep organs as well muscles, and stimulating neuro-lymphatic points that promote circulation of fluid necessary to balance the endocrine centres in each of the anatomical cavities. Only a true body fit can get this done in minutes without getting tired, overheated or out of breath – and again the natural laws for accomplishing this are very precise.

By now you’re probably wondering, and I don’t blame you because I know I would be, okay, what is this new methodology, where is this new exercise routine that can ignite passion with such ease and speed, how can I learn more ? Regrettably it’s now available to the public any longer Go Here »

ANNOUNCEMENT:

Currently Body’Fit pH Fitness™ (short form… pHx™) isn’t available to the general public, please contact Meta Living Design for details.

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