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Follow Up: Movement is Medicine Seminar

Thank you to all who attended the Movement is Medicine lecture last week. We had a full house and it was very eventful. I am most grateful to all of you.

A short review:

  • You are influencers, influencing  your group of 10,000. What are you doing today to have an impact? Your group is desperate for your help.
  • Rush: “Half the world hates, what half the world does every day.” Not every one will be on board. You are a leader. Go forward anyway!
  • If you are not living with passion, you are living in shades of gray. Add color to your life and the lives others.
  • Rhodiola and Honey are great for endurance.
  • Did you participate in Shodo? If not, how is this showing up in your life and what will you do to adjust? To be an active participant?
  • Are you using your Dream (Index) Card 6x/day?
  • Improve the liver and you will improve vision.
  • Nature is a magnificent teacher. Bamboo and Pine are the great professors.
  • Remember your Kotodama. Are you speaking loving to self or others? Remember – your words are energy and your energy is a boomerang.
  • Key to weight training – 85 seconds time under tension
  • Key to cardio – 65% of max. Be careful of overtraining. (“I was sick to my stomach after training.” NOT a badge of honor. It is your body warning you.)
  • Better to BE IN THE POSITION to give than to receive. Be open to receiving as well!
  • When in doubt, Breathe!
  • If you are living in the past or the future, your life is a mess now. Now contains all.
  • Have you experienced Independence? Or are you still co-dependent, leaning on someone else. Go out on a limb. You will have to learn this at some time, be it 7 or 77.
  • Need help? ASK!
  • Live like DaVinci. Add some grit to the system.
  • Something as simple as water, pure water, can be an opportunity to experience gratitude.
  • Did you seize the moment? What will you say on your death bed? I was happy I experienced. . . .or I regret I did not. . . .
  • Think with the back of the mind. All is quiet there. It is also the home for inspiration.
  • Go for the gusto, particularly when you are at mile 25.
  • Unreasonable goals are easier to achieve. Less competition.
  • Compete something BIG. Celebrate – celebrate Christmas, your birthday, special days. These are the memories you will take with you.
  • Finally, quit complaining, start dreaming and lace up your shoes and go!!

I went on a long fast. . . and from this got very hungry.

I went on a firewalk. . .and got a blister.

I went to a board breaking seminar and broke 100’s of boards. . . and my knuckle.

I went on a marathon and learned to open up to others. All of the information I ever wanted could be found in 26.2 miles, right in front of me, unfolding one mile at a time.

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David is a Nutritional and Alternative Medicine Expert, Educator and Entrepreneur. As an Acupuncture Physician and Master Herbalist, he has created the best selling anti aging formula, Doc Wellness Supplement and the online school – Dr. Orman’s Wellness School.

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