True Wealth is a Body Fit

Mis-construed concepts of our collective minds always seem to get in the way of our freedom, don’t they… freedom to speak, freedom to realize our full potential, even freedom to move as we see fit. Does it mean that we have to stop thinking to gain our freedom? Actually it means we need to start thinking in terms of what fits the totality of who we are, instead of settling for what we think should fit us, culturally.

Steve Jobs never gave up on consciously seeking what fits us as human beings regardless of the obstacles in his way. He did accomplish that in terms of Apple technology because he was very outspoken and expected everyone in the company to be so too (whereas it’s usually considered insubordination). He knew it was the only way to cut through the crap and get to the truth of the customers experience and meets the needs of reality. The next frontier is awareness of what fits the parameters of health for body & mind, both. It’s an axiomatic truth that our brain must be developed to the support the completeness and perfection of a human being’s freedom and self realization.

Here’s an excerpt from The Art of Fitness, “Our body needs to be retrained to move healthy. It means, on a regular basis, moving your body the way it is designed to move, every muscle, every joint, with full range of motion, in every direction, at all speeds, performed with agility, power and grace.” How do we make sure we do this every day so we can enjoy sports and activities without injury? Even if you spent hours and hours a day, we may not put all the muscles and meridians into balance. To awaken the natural intelligence of the body otherwise inhibited by fascial adhesion and tension, the free flow of electrolytes along connective tissue under the skin and along lines that connect the organs must be intentionally promoted daily.

To do this we need to account for every aspect of physical movement, as well as every physiological aspect of body chemistry. Traditional methods usually take hours of daily practice to awaken the perfect pattern. How can we, say in 7 to 14 minutes achieve it without cortisol acid stress – remind the body of the completeness and perfection of its template. This is where our contemporary knowledge can improve on traditional disciplines like yoga and qi gong. So how do we synthesize traditional principles with our scientific understanding, so that once such a routine is performed each morning we really don’t have to think about our posture for the rest of the day?

If it really is a body fit the more you relax release and enjoy it the better it works without observable huffing and puffing at any speed. Personally I use Body’Fit pH Fitness exercise (short form… pHx), it conforms to principles of our perfect pattern so our body can once again think for itself according to its pre-established laws. Specific breathing matches oxygen needs precisely for each of the movements, which isolate muscle groups with ergonomic postures which safely and easily equalize VO2max throughout the body, without acidification of pH in blood and cellular fluid. Radical? Absolutely.

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Good Stress or Bad: pH Crucible

When pH acidity inflames,
Stress tips directive neural function
To reactive negativity.

Positive fitness adaptation
Aspires to inspire esprit –
Ionic alpha electrolytes.

With physiological compression
pH fitness is the crucible
For bad stress to good transformation

Add pH exercise to workout
For radical brain capacity
Fast neural system integration

9-KU Poetry by Suzanna All Rights Reserved 2008

Electrolytes Critical to Health

The distribution of electrolyte minerals in a living organism has a specific configuration when the body is healthy… it is an ionic pattern that is pre-established. Each individual has their own unique and individual electromagnetic field which is affected by and made stronger by the pre-established electromagnetic field of all other living organisms. In other words when you change the distribution of ions in a genome through genetic manipulation it no longer fits in terms of building strength of the ecosystem as a whole, and results in a weaker devitalized organism.

BodyFitLife.com has a very effective total body cardiovascular warm-up, Body’Fit pH Fitness™ exercise (short form…pHx™) restores the electric action potential of the neural system to it’s full strength with an exact body fit that returns pH to normal in as little of 5 minutes while equalizing V02max in large and small muscles with the most economical dynamic stretching exercise of the entire musculature through range of movement. Body pH (which is usually made acidic during exercise and sports) balances the electrolytes and integrates our neural system to restore our electromagnetic field at the DNA level if exercise is an exact physiological fit.

Research into both animals and the human body revealed that the electrical potentials on the skin and inside the body reflected the arrangement of the nervous system. The electric potential is disrupted by when body pH is acidic because the body will use up electrolytes in an attempt to neutralize the pH, and this is reflected in metabolic difficulties with weight loss in obesity, nervous system imbalances, increased fibrillation angina heart attack risk, and degenerative disease in general.

Mood Acidic? Body pH is too…

Ever wonder why you get into a bad mood when you’re under stress. It’s not all in your head, it’s in your body too. Any kind of stress whether it’s from working out too hard or working too hard, period, gets body pH out of balance disrupting the electric potential of cells. Once a situation gets to you at the level of your electrolyte chemistry, watch out… it’s going to take a lot of self control to keep your mood from dropping into the red zone. And it affects the electrical activity of the nervous system… hence the saying ‘nerves are on edge’.  So stay cool… neutralize all that body acidity with a round of pHx™, alkaline diet, and a squeeze lemon in your ionic tonic.

Salt Deficiency: Heart Attack Risk

Salt Deficiency: the cause of many serious diseases http://www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/salt.htm#1

There was a time when I didn’t even have salt in the kitchen. Yes, I admit it. I can be (or hopefully used to be) just as susceptible to media hype that latches on to easily marketable over-simplifications that sell more newspapers or whatever, as the next person. Fact is the electrolytes found in salt, especially sea salt are absolutely essential to life.

“An eight-year study of a New York City hypertensive population stratified for sodium intake levels found those on low-salt diets had more than four times as many heart attacks as those on normal sodium diets.”

That’s a pretty shocking statistic, isn’t it! Especially since it’s the people who are trying to be healthy are the ones who actually do things like to cut back on salt. Runners who shun salt, and who also drink distilled water (with all the electrolytes removed), are at even at greater risk since water is the pre-condition for the body absorbing rather than losing electrolytes.

That’s one thing, the other is that the body becomes acidic from the lactic acid, overheating and the usual shut down of deep organs, etc. produced by physical exertion. Because all cells like to fire at maximum capacity, the body will attempt to regain acid base equilibrium ie. balance body pH chemistry by pulling electrolytes from anywhere it can get them… bones for example. Exercise usually is not able to restore the normal alkaline balance, as is obviated by the hyperventilation which ensues after a few moments.

Add to that the risk of fibrillation (disruption of the electrical activity of the heart) during running (acidosis during endurance cardio workouts can imbalance the electrical action potential of positive and negative ions inside and outside the heart cells) and it could explain why the risk of heart stroke or cardiac arrest is so high amongst those inclined to follow a health fad like reducing salt intake.

I’ve also found a daily cardio warm-up routine that prevents the body becoming acidic  during exercise improving cardiovascular health.

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