Do You Really Relax?

RelaxationI don’t think we really realize how important relaxation is. And I don’t think most of us really do ever really, truly, fully relax. There is just too much stress static in the air of this modern world.

I had an experience of deep relaxation and waking up the next morning with a noticeably smaller tummy, after which I’ve been testing some new ways of relaxing. When I do these Relaxing Disciplines, I can not only see a difference, but I also make better food choices without trying.

I am writing a mini eBook around this new discovery, and am calling it “The 3 Disciplines”. I’m going to be test-launching it on my twenty-eight days raw group that starts tomorrow.

During this session, we’ll be practicing the 3 Disciplines daily. They take only 35 minutes total – 5 minutes in the morning, 10 minutes in the afternoon, and 20 minutes in the evening – and they are very enjoyable.

Isn’t it strange that we can discipline ourselves to do all sorts of difficult things but we don’t have the discipline to do nice things for ourselves!

Well, as I know from experience that it requires extra discipline to indulge in real “me time”, I want to help you to make the commitment to do these easy, little, no cost things that are so important to your health and happiness!

Whether you are a returning participant or signing up for the first time, you will be invited to do the 3 Disciplines during this session of 28 Days Raw. And if you do them, I am sure you will lose tummy weight – perhaps even more from the relaxation than from that diet.

In fact, even if you totally fail to follow the menu plan in this program you will still loose tummy fat if you practice these three simple disciplines!

I hope you’ll join me in this journey!

You can sign up until midnight tonight at http://28DaysRaw.com

In Joy!
Jinjee
http://TheGardenDiet.com

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One Response to Do You Really Relax?

  1. Hugh says:

    I need a diet which accommodates my diabetes. I also refuse to engage in complicated cooking- simple recipes only!

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