What comes to mind when you hear the word “wellness”? According to my unofficial poll, about 99 percent of you think about diet and exercise, and not much else. My friend Mark Victor Hanson is the co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, which probably makes him one of the top selling authors in the United States at over 150 million. He once told me that the top selling category of books virtually every year is diet and weight-loss, which I thought was vaguely interesting. But his next question proved fascinating. He said, “Alex, do you know who buys those books?” I said I didn’t. He said, “The same people who bought them last year.”
Because wellness has to be wholistic, or it’s virtually guaranteed to fail. We are not just a body; we are body, mind, and spirit. All three are designed to work together in harmony, and if there’s a problem with one of them, you can be sure it will spread to the others eventually. For this reason, the only wellness program that works at 99 percent effectiveness would be one that addresses all three dimensions, and addresses all three effectively. Not only that, but this method would need to promote harmony—not just fixing issues with your physical body, for example, but bringing the mind and spirit into harmony with it.
It’s staggering for me to think how many billions have been spent over the last 75 years by wonderful people desperately trying to improve the quality of their life. So they purchase a book, a video, a program, and 99 percent of the time they end up in exactly the same spot, only lighter in the wallet and more frustrated than when they started. What makes this even more difficult is that each part of our being speaks a different language, so the same metaphorical ointment won’t work on all three.
A month ago, I released something I’ve been working on for six years, which as far as I can tell out of about 18 million hits on Google, is the only wholistic, body, mind, and spirit wellness tool out there. My two years of testing indicates something I’ve never seen in 30 years: an approximate 98 percent effectiveness—and it will not leave you any lighter in the wallet, because it’s free and patent pending. So look at anything and everything you want, but before you commit to anything else, try this. It’s free, there are no strings attached, and it’s 98 percent effective. Sure, you could be in the two percent. But I doubt it.
Have a blessed, wonderful day!