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The effects were amazing…
The horse completely calmed down
His heart rate slowed down.
He became totally focused and relaxed.
His blood pressure dropped to NORMAL!
…all in a less time than it takes to make a pot of tea.
I wouldn’t have believed it unless I saw it with my own eyes.
Something had obviously transformed internally.
It was a changed horse.
This immediately got me thinking . . .
Could this technique be changed to suit humans, instead of horses?
Could I use this technique to lower my own blood pressure?
It was far-fetched but worth a try.
After all, I had nothing to lose and everything to gain.
With my experience as natural health researcher, I had a clear idea how to do it and I started working on it right away.
At the end of the day, I began testing my exercises. For the next two weeks, I changed and improved them.
Two weeks later, I checked my blood pressure.
It was late August. Sunday afternoon. A day I’ll always remember.
The only permanent solution
for high blood pressure is to break this cycle.
Using the body/mind exercises I learned that day from the horse whisperer, I managed to give my system something I call a “Focused Break.”
Let explain what I mean . . .
Picture yourself in a cartoon.
You walk into a meeting room with your heart, kidneys, brain, and a representative from the cells.
They’re all fighting over how to deal with your hardened arteries and high blood pressure. They all steam from rage and frustration.
Now imagine if you – as a great negotiator – could persuade them all to just calm down, sit back, and relax.
Do nothing for a few minutes.
This is what I call a focused break.
As you all sit there in the meeting room and calm your nerves, the solution is obvious to everyone:
Call off the crisis mode, so the cells won’t demand as much blood.
Slow down the heart rate, to lessen the pressure on the arteries.
Balance the excretion of sodium and water from the kidneys
Working calmly together, your body will heal itself.
All it needs is the “Focused Break” for everyone to calm down, synchronize, and focus on the task on hand.
And as your blood pressure drops, the arteries will soften again.
The vicious health cycle has been reversed.
And the risk of stroke or heart attack
has dropped to almost zero.
I tried the audios yesterday. I did not even go walking, but chose to tap the knees instead as the audio said.
I checked blood pressure before starting – 180/115. Afterwards all three audios I checked again – 150/90. Amazing after only one session.
No one else seems to deal with the underlying issues causing hypertension. It seems as we age (I am 56) we have no way to release this tension without something like you offer.
It’s actually a little difficult to explain exactly how the exercises work in reality. This is one of those things you have to experience to understand.
What I can tell you is that they take absolutely no effort.
You either sit down or walk slowly around the room while performing those easy mind/body exercises.
So it doesn’t matter what kind of physical shape you’re in
– you can do them.
The simple directions are on audio, so all you have to do is follow along.
There is absolutely nothing to learn, and you can begin benefiting immediately after receiving the program.
You, of course, also get a detailed written manual explaining exactly how to do the exercises and how they work. So, based on your preferences, you have everything you need to quickly lower your blood pressure.
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