So easy, I can do it with my eyes open

More tales from lockdown:

Where I live, you’re allowed outside for exercise. You still have to comply with physical distancing and you shouldn’t lick the elevator buttons.

All reasonable rules, so I’m making the most of them while I can.

A few days ago, I want for a jog for the first time in far too long. I did better than you might expect, given how chained to a desk I otherwise am. I tend to focus on the other pillars of health, like diet and mind training.

Even so, I wouldn’t call this a stellar performance.

I was stopping and starting and gasping all over the place.

Until, that is, I decided to stop and sit under a tree. Then, after ten or 20 minutes, I decided to jog home.

As soon as I took a step, my calf seized. It didn’t like how long I’d rested.

The sensible thing would have been to stop and stretch.

The better thing?

I performed a quick Neural Reset on my legs. Not only did the cramping stop immediately but my posture corrected itself too. Suddenly it was easy to go for twice, even three times as far.

Normally, I do the Neural Reset over your entire body.

And normally you’re lying down, completely relaxed with your eyes closed.

Not, you know, jogging.

If I’m being generous, I’d say this was a Neural Reset at about 25% of its power.

Even so, it worked immediately on my whole body. It corrected my behaviour (that is, my posture) and a painful physical sensation… all while making me feel amazing.

Now, I can’t promise you these results or even anything like them. For one thing, I’m not a doctor. If you have something that could be a medical issue, see someone appropriate for it.

For another, I’ve practiced this and similar techniques for years. If you’re new to it, your results may (and will) vary.

I only tell this story to demonstrate what the Neural Reset is capable of.

If it can perform unlikely miracles under far-from-ideal conditions, what can it do for you when you can relax into it?

There’s only one way to find out:

/appointment

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