Get Balanced, Get Blissed: Nourishment for Body, Mind and Soul
Read a short excerpt:
Bliss. Don’t you just love that word?
If it’s a new word to you, or at least a dusty one, that’s because we don’t talk about bliss much anymore. With so many out of a job or with obesity, type 2 diabetes or other food-related diseases on the rise, with unhealthiness and unhappiness the norm rather than the exception, maybe it’s because we feel too guilty being blissful. I’d like to change all that for you. Because bliss is not a luxury, it’s a right.
Contrary to how our society can make us feel, it’s okay to be happy, to find joy and smile in the face of hardship. In fact, as you’ll find in this book, bliss is absolutely necessary for total health—body, mind and soul.
Get Balanced, Get Blissed is about un-learning all the myths we’ve been taught, and discovering our inner peace and happiness—that bliss—that’s been eluding us for so long.
The good news is, it’s not so much about discovering bliss as rediscovering it. Every one of us has that happiness and joy inside of us; it’s actually our natural state. We are all born happy, we just lose touch with those instincts somewhere along the way. This book outlines the simple process designed to help you uncover the bliss that’s already there.
Believe it or not, right now, your body is full of the hormones, signals and capacities to achieve and enjoy that sometimes-elusive emotion. If it feels as though that can’t possibly be true, don’t worry—I’ll show you exactly how to uncover your body’s natural blissfulness.
Get Balanced, Get Blissed is available now. Order your copy now!
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