The 2nd Natural Law of Healing (Video)

Our bodies naturally do very different things in the daytime than they do at nighttime.

Being sick feels like we’ve been thrown off that rhythm, but it’s actually a result of the rhythm. That’s the 2nd Natural Law of Healing.

This law states that there is a time for action and a time for restoration.

Energy we put out must match energy we take in. If we don’t allow ourselves to keep up with the natural rhythm of action and restoration, we devalue and degrade our bodies, causing aging.

The 2nd Natural Law of Healing: energy output (“stress”) must be balanced by energy-intake (“healing”)

(It’s the biological version of the First Law of Thermodynamics, the Law of Conservation of Energy)

We’re running 130 years overtime on an expired paradigm. The health industry – along with the rest of Western civilization – clings to a disproven concept of mechanistic determinism: the belief that everything and everyone is just a result of physical and chemical interactions.

Along the way, we forgot how the laws of Nature work. The health industry decided that the body and the mind are totally separate things, that the brain has nothing to do with the cells of our body, that illness and thoughts have nothing to do with each other.

So we don’t get that when we have stressful thoughts, there is a toll on our body. And that this debt must be paid back.

This natural and necessary healing process is the origin of many, many health symptoms, as we are forced to lay up, rest, and nourish our bodies in recovery.

The 2nd Natural Law of Healing is at work on your mind and body 24/7. It’s the reason you went to bed when you did last night and it’s responsible for the first thought you had today and how you feel in your body right now. So get comfortable with that day-night cycle.

Life goes so much more smoothly when you ride the wave.

Watch the video to find out exactly what this means for you.

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