The secret behind medicine is the body heals itself. Medicine helps, but it’s not the star of the show. Creating this is the key to a happier, healthier life.
What’s your issue? Do you have a broken bone? Fever? IBS? Anxiety, insomnia, fatigue? Something autoimmune? Something environmental?
Are you suffering from some condition of the mind?
Or are age and bad decisions catching up with you?
It doesn’t matter whether you’re struggling against genetics, infections, poisons or the raw force of time. There’s a medical secret, not quite lost to history, that’ll help you right now.
I’m not promising any miracle cures.
(Although anything is possible.)
What I am promising is improvement.
Better mood and better help.
And it’s a secret… *adopts conspiratorial-slash-clickbaity tone* the medical establishment doesn’t want you to know.
Well, maybe not. Though in my defence, the 20th Century Alsatian physician Albert Schweitzer said as much.
(Yes, Alsatian, as in the French/German town where all dogs are manufactured or something.)
Anyway, Schweitzer described it as such:
“It’s supposed to be a secret, but I’ll tell you anyway. We doctors do nothing. We only help and encourage the doctor within.”
Any doctor worthy of the title will tell you the same. The body heals itself. Medicine – modern, alternative or whatever – works by holding the body together long enough for it to begin healing.
Your body is under assault right now. As is your mind. No food is free of toxins. Same with water and air – oxygen is poisonous, after all. The world teems with microbes trying to eat your flesh. Inside, a million processes hang in precarious balance. Too little of this vitamin or too much of that nutrient could tip you into oblivion.
What holds your body together?
The doctor within.
It’s the only thing that heals you.
Drugs and surgeries don’t cure you – they only give the doctor within a fighting chance.
You know what else helps this tireless, inner genius of health?
For the best results (and everything that follows), you should be relaxed most of the day and all night.
Sure, you need to fire up and work hard too.
But then you need to come down to earth afterwards.
Intense actions followed by intense calmness – not this always-on mess so many of us are stuck in.
Ten hours of work, followed by unrelaxing stimulation – booze, TV, videogames, social media dramas, real life dramas…
Every day of it wears your doctor within out a little more.
But, hey, you’ve gotta make a buck, right? Can’t spend all day dozing under a banana tree.
Well then, I guess the only solution is to learn to relax at work.
And during your commute.
And it those precious, boring moments between one thing and another.
No – it’s the first thing you learn here, because relaxation is a side effect of the core premise of this training guide.
Learn to relax while you still can: