You can’t pursue a better story line when you feel sick and weak or tight and in pain.
Your physical wellbeing has to be in place so that your inner self can concentrate on the larger mission.
“Because they’re good for you!”
We’re all aware of what routines should be taking place if we want out bodies to work better.
We know we should eat well, get ample rest, exercise regularly, drink plenty of water, do some sort of “calming” work, and follow the instructions of whatever healer we trust.
But none of that even touches the hidden traumas we all carry that can render that list ineffective.
And in some cases, almost entirely useless!
By my late 20’s and into my 30’s, I was beginning to prove this theory true. I was doing all of the above but falling apart, nonetheless.
And I had a habit of regularly seeing a chiropractor, going back 15 years+.
It was one of the few things I was doing that was still producing good results.
I loved getting my bones cracked back into place. The relief was extreme each and every time.
- Until it wasn’t
- It began hurting me
My life began to expose the limits of Structural Chiropractic
This was a true horror to me. I relied on chiropractic care 100% to keep my battered frame in operation.
I had no clue how life was lived without that in place.
But the results could not be argued with. Each adjustment was becoming more excruciating to endure than the last.
I knew chiropractic wasn’t wrong, per se, but I needed something different. A new spin on the whole deal.
That’s when I switched to Network Spinal Analysis
NSA exposed me to an entirely new way of looking at why I hurt and what it even meant. And it’s practiced by…wait for it…Chiropractors!
Some of my pain was directly from physical traumas. I’ve had many. Lots of scar tissue and missing pieces too.
But that didn’t account for most of my pain. I could live with those dings and dents pretty well.
NSA showed me what was really going on in my body and how I could train myself to connect with it and use it for good.
And that’s key. NSA gives you back your power!
Your body needs some things that the finest coach, the best nutritionist, the most incredible therapist, and the highest grade food and supplements can never give you.
Make no mistake: those things all need to be in place too. They’re the pillars of good health.
But what’s the foundation?
Connection. Conversation between your brain and body. Accessing hidden energy.
And learning to let go
Network can help you understand what that’s all about and use it as a tool to craft the best physical self you’ve ever had.