The body has an innate ability to replenish and restore itself. All it needs are a few natural foods and enough activity. More intro here more intro here.
The Joy Of JumpingThe counterpart of the simple natural diet, without which its wonders just will not work, is activity. As a student of lymphology I learned that cells need to be in a dry state. One of the ways to achieve this is to be very active.
Since I am lazy about activity that doesn't have an actual productive end (for instance, washing my clothes), my lymphology diploma has come in good use. Lymphasising gives us more benefits in lesser time than other exercises. It involves exercising on a lymphasiser which is nothing but a simple trampoline.
Basically, the lymphatic system (spread throughout the body) drains the toxins out of the body. By lymphasising we assist the body in doing so. The double bounce of the movement/jump is without the jarring effect of most other exercises on hard surfaces. We must remember that not only is our genetic make-up ready for much more physical activity, but also that this movement should be on sand, earth or grass, not on concrete. I feel absolutely wonderful once I've done my 20 minutes. The only reason I sometimes skip it is because my experience of 23 years in this field often makes me take my health for granted.
The cross-crawl exercises I do on the lymphasiser, clear up my head and integrates my left and right hemispheres, thereby enabling me to achieve greater balance. The lymphology information has also been useful in knowing that all ailments get better with physical pressure which helps keep cells in the dry state. For example, headaches get helped with massaging the head and bleeding stops if we keep the area pressed. Of course, massaging the nerve endings on the sole of our feet will also give us relief in case of a headache. But that is matter for another time.
As I live with greater awareness in the consciousness of nature's laws, the ideal of supreme health, infinite freedom and absolute independence, will, no doubt, be the natural outcome.
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