Zero has negative connotations, even though it is just a number.
“Life is a zero-sum game.”
“He’s a real zero, man!”
Cars are lauded for going zero to 60 mph in seconds.
“That’s a lot of fuss about nothing; or it’s all or nothing.”
“Start with a blank slate.”
We often zero in on something; or we zero out on everything. Most of us have zero tolerance for zero dark thirty, and ground zero is a moniker for a significant place of note.
Zero means none, nothing, naught, or nil. Zero is usually not an indication of success.
Mabel Katz has now defined Zero Frequency as THE place to be, THE goal to strive for, and THE greatest source of peace and happiness.
Zero Frequency is the name of Mabel’s book, and its arrival on ground zero of a pandemic could not have been timed more perfectly.
Mabel learned the ancient Hawaiian art of problem-solving known as Ho’oponopono. (Those are o’s, not zero’s) It transformed her life and Mabel spent twelve years as an apprentice of the practice, leading to the birth of Zero Frequency®.
“The ancient practice involved gathering the entire family, and, in the presence of a moderator, each member would ask the others for forgiveness. Hawaiian healer Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona updated Ho’oponopono for modern times so that it could be practiced alone.”
The process of Ho’oponopono in today’s terms is to discover the divinity within oneself and to achieve complete freedom from the past.
So, what is Zero Frequency®?
“Simply put, Zero Frequency® is our natural way or condition, who we really are. It is the magic way of living twenty-four/seven in inspiration, freed from the chains of all our subconscious programming and all our preconceived ideas, memories, and beliefs. When we are at Zero, we are our authentic selves, able to access our true talents and natural gifts.”
Mabel explained that those who ascribe to numerology believe that numbers have vibrations. The number zero resonates with the vibrations of eternity, flow, and wholeness. It also represents choice.
Zero is the alpha, which is the beginning, and the omega, the highest. Zero is also the symbol of infinity, and it is believed that it brings us closer to God.
Zero is also the symbol of nothingness; we often perceive that to be negative in nature. That is so far from the truth! Mable claims it is in this nothingness that we experience an absence of all the memories, thoughts, beliefs, and actions that have held us back. It is in this nothingness that all answers are revealed.
Mabel’s book speaks to the heart. As you read it, you may find yourself slipping into the state of Zero Frequency®. You may feel peaceful and creative. Her book will take you on an inner journey and teach you how to choose to go back to Zero moment by moment.
“It’s possible for you to be truly happy and fulfilled, and there is a simpler path toward what you want.”
Your life force is your juice. Life force is the vital energy within you responsible for maintaining your life and your health, and it plays a major role in how your physical body, mind, and emotional and energetic systems feel and operate. If your life force wanes too far, you get sick.
Nourishing your life force begins the moment you rise each morning.
“The first hour of your day sets the stage for rest of your day. What are you ingesting? What are you doing? What are you allowing into your field? Connect with yourself first.”
At the age of 30 Christine realized life is more than she ever thought it could be. She began to seek out more wisdom and found it while studying different and varied cultures from her own. Intuition guided her to write her fourth book, and trusting divine timing, the result is a new way of thinking which completely connected with me.
Overwhelmed and Over It has caused me to consider personal change and defy societal rules not in harmony with my natural self. Her book invites the reader to open up to self-awareness. Do any of the following behaviors describe you?
I take on other people’s feelings and problems or make it my job to fix them or better things for them.
I try to do too much at one time and then feel scattered, fragmented, and overwhelmed.
I overstretch my financial resources and then feel like I do not have what I need.
I run my inner batteries and body down.
Christine encouraged us to “find your fierce voice and make different choices. You’ll influence others while doing so.”
She describes “imprints” which we might call experiences that shaped our self-descriptions, beliefs, and values. Imprints in our hearts cause fear, shame, and judgment. We then create coping mechanisms which undermine us.
“We have the power to create new realities through our choices, which means we have the power to redefine success and the systems that say what it is.”
Work/life balance has become like a marker of nirvanic success all of us overwhelmed women strive for yet never seem to reach. It’s not for lack of trying, focus, or diligence that we fail. The truth is, we have been missing that there is a fundamental flaw inherent in work/life balance as a goal for personal and professional success: Work/life balance is the wrong equation.
Christine described work/life balance like a tug of war. I recall in that activity someone always ends up muddy.
“Our lives are dynamic, not static. Diverse, not divisible into two parts. Cyclical, not linear. Which is why we need a new constellation — a configuration — for how to think about, organize, interact with, meet, and design the interconnected parts of our lives.”
Christine provides this new configuration in her book, and she invites us to make more empowering choices while engaging with it. It includes simple, yet significant steps.
Following the interview with our inspiring guest, Essi Bagheri, last Tuesday, I will try more diligently not to complain about my circumstances. He fought a war similar to wars many of us face, and he has come through heroically.
Essi is the author of Shattered Soul The True Story of a Child Soldier.
The title of his book might give away one of the situations in his life that brought him grief, but until you read his book you won’t learn that it was because of early traumas in his life that he became a child soldier in the first place.
Being born in Iran in 1966 to an 11-year old mother and a 30-year old father became Essi’s first challenge. (Not that he remembers it). Six months later though, the separation from his mother would prove to put him on a path where tragedy would surely follow.
Upon learning at the age of five that the mother he believed was his was not, the doubts about his value and worth began to haunt Essi. Discovering your life is not what you though at any age can be devastating, and because Essi was simply too young to truly understand, he was being set up for more trauma which would shape his identity.
After friends and family betrayed and abused him around the age of 9, Essi began to take active note of life. He wanted to belong to a family he had a bond with. He wanted to feel part of something that grounded him to culture and society. His search for these feelings led him to make a decision that would endanger is life.
At the age of 14-15, Essi joined the Revolutionary Guard to fight Saddam Hussein’s army who had invaded Iran. Prior to enlisting, Essi had seen soldiers coming home from war in coffins and being lauded and praised for their courage and sacrifice. He wanted that praise. Even if he died getting it.
the promise of going to heaven, and having 47 virgins meet him there, the
teenage Essi was “brainwashed” (his description) to seek for such greatness in
serving his country.
After basic training Essi went to the front lines of battle. His role: disassemble land mines. A soldier would be lucky if he had opportunity to find a landmine before it detonated. Very rare circumstance indeed.
In fact, when Essi watched his friends blown to smithereens while searching for mines, he began to realize how wrong it was to put human beings – especially young boys – in charge of such a barbaric mission. This did not feel heroic to Essi any longer.
The only way out of
this situation was to be injured. At least then he would have time in the
hospital away from the fighting. Yet, what were the chances Essi would only
sustain injury in such a dangerous task?
Essi chose the unthinkable – he used his own gun to shoot himself in the arm. Believing it was a battle wound, Essi was treated medically with great care; and treated honorably as a war hero. Isn’t that what he wanted?
Essi would soon realize that being sent home this way was not honorable. It was not heroic. This began the emotional spiral of pain into the darkest abyss of alcohol and drug addiction. Surely Essi’s whole life had been a lie and being sober only reminded him of that.
For 30 or more years
Essi stayed on the battlefield he had created in his head. He fought his
identity, his worth, his very existence every day for three decades.
When the light was lifted, and his purpose was revealed, Essi fought for someone else – you and me. Those of us who have suffered trauma, abuse, and/or addiction have a coach to talk to . Someone who truly gets it. Someone who has been that shattered soul.
Essi’s book is well worth reading, if only (as I mentioned at the top of this post) to help each of us recognize our own blessings, and help us feel grateful for the people around us who’ve lifted us up and made it possible to heal.
It is available on Amazon, and as the title suggests it is a personal, true memoir of a war hero. The war of life.
Have you ever been highly dissatisfied with your situation but unable to change it?
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard calls this quandary the final eighth (and refers to everything going before it as the first 7/8).
“When you are stuck in the final stages of achieving a goal, you’ve probably done everything pretty much right. You took the initiative, followed a plan, and moved toward your goal. This is the first 7/8.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
Bridgit described the problem many of us experience – despite the nearness to the goal, hard work, access to resources, and commitment, we find ourselves unable to take the final steps to success.
If you are like me, you have been in this position more than once. Ugh!
“The truth is, not every part of you wants what you think you want! Some of your inner selves are opposed to your goal.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
What?! Thank goodness Bridgit explained:
“When you identify and learn to speak with your inner selves, you’ll uncover their secret intentions and figure out which of them support your goal and which are impeding it.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
Bridgit calls this process VOICE DIALOGUE.
Throughout her book you are guided to discover the following truths about yourself:
The final eighth process
How your inner self is formed
How to communicate with your primary selves through voice dialogue
The hidden inner selves who are determined to stop you from succeeding
How to communicate directly with your hidden inner selves
Discover your own false negative beliefs
Find the invisible, unresolved dilemmas called double binds that reside in you
Your choice – abandon your goal or go for it
Do you need failure?
How to assign your inner critic a new role
Cross your finish line
Learn to apply safe-success guidelines
“One workshop participant who’d been stuck professionally for a long time jumped into the voice dialogue process and soon afterward found herself having to choose between two career-boosting job offers. She marveled, “What? Do your dreams just start coming true when you start doing voice dialogue?”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
Bridgit claims she’s seen such things happen. The final eighth process frees people to develop courage, strength, creativity, and to access the resources needed to break through any impasse and reach a goal. It might feel magical!
“The goal is not to eliminate any self, but to learn from it. Trying to get rid of an inner self does not work and cannot be done. It is a fool’s errand. Anyone who has tried to eradicate their Inner Critic knows that. What I’m helping you do is become intimate with your inner selves, so you have a direct relationship with them and stop wasting time and energy running away from parts of yourself you don’t like or are frightening.”
Bridgit Dengel Gaspard
It sounds like Bridgit’s book can benefit all of us – no matter what your inner selves might say to talk you out of getting it.
I met one of my admired heroes on Tuesday! Dr. Bernie Siegel was our guest, and I was thrilled to finally meet him in person.
It was in the late 1980’s when I began the painful, suicide-thought-inducing work of healing from childhood sexual abuse. Dr. Seigel’s 1st book (he just wrote #19) was recommended to me, and I obediently began to read it.
Love, Medicine, and Miracles was my first foray into the self-help book genre. In the chapter titled “The Will to Live” about a patient diagnosed with cancer I read:
We cannot change the past -our parents and our exposure to carcinogens—but we can change ourselves and thus our future. As one of my patient’s said, “Cancer isn’t a sentence, it’s just a word”.
His message captured me. Sexual abuse is a carcinogen. It was up to me to change myself because I could not change the past. Dr. Siegel’s book set me on the path of forgiveness and full healing.
Tuesday’s show with him as guest was full of wonderful stories. What a wonderful storyteller Dr. Siegel is. In fact, his 19th book is a story with real characters.
Three Men Six Lives is the title of Dr. Siegel’s new book. You can expect by reading it to be filled with inspiration, hope, and love. In fact, Dr. Siegel is the poster child for those outcomes.
Before we went on air live, Dr. Siegel shared a very personal story which confirms to me his purpose, which is to guide us all to self-healing.
Bernie was the first born of his parents. His mother had an extremely underactive thyroid, which meant that throughout her pregnancy with Bernie, she had very little energy. When it came time to deliver Bernie, she lacked the strength to complete the process on her own.
After being in labor for about a week forceps were finally engaged. Bernie was pulled into the world red and bruised, and anything but a beautiful baby. His mother was embarrassed to take him out in public.
His grandmother stepped in and massaged Bernie’s face and head constantly to push his natural features back in place. The touch she provided was the catalyst for Bernie’s ability to love life and love others.
The story does not end there. Years later Bernie and his wife were getting massages in different rooms of the same clinic. The masseuse Bernie was assigned was a woman. She began to massage Bernie’s head and face.
What seemed like moments later, yet was 10-15 minutes of time passed, Bernie awoke to 20 people standing around him. They were delighted when he regained consciousness. Evidently, the touch of the massage therapist caused Bernie to become so entranced and relaxed he was completely unresponsive to all the people who tried to revive him.
Bernie explains that the internal memory of his first several weeks of life caused his body to relax in such a way he reverted to babyhood. What a delightful example of how our past experiences, memories, and attitudes still shape and affect us today.
In Love, Medicine and Miracles, Dr. Siegel asks us to consider 4 questions:
Do you want to live to be a hundred? (In other words, do you love yourself enough to take care of your body and mind?)
2. What happened to you in the year or two before your illness? (Your past experiences may indicate why this illness is plaguing you)
3. What does the illness mean to you? (Does it represent death, embarrassment, or a challenge)
4. Why did you need the illness? (Sickness gives people “permission” to do what one has always wanted to do but has always been too busy to start)
The lessons of Bernie’s life, medical practice, and career as an author/speaker is this: Unconditional love is the most powerful stimulant of the immune system. Love heals. Miracles happen.
Read any one of Dr. Siegel’s books and you will be transformed. I think he will become your hero just like he is mine.
Have you ever felt different? (As if no one understands you)
Have you ever felt incomplete? (You know something is missing, and cannot seem to find it)
Have you felt unworthy? (Undeserving of happiness, money, or etc.)
These same feelings plagued Judi Miller most of her life. She finally let go of what did not serve her and wrote a book which teaches all of us how to live with transformative love and forgiveness.
Her book is: Perfect: A Path to Love, Forgiveness, and Transformation
“Forgiveness is letting go of stories that no longer serve us.”
Judi has an amazing story which sparked her personal transformation. She shared a snippet with us as our guest this past Tuesday.
As a child Judi had fears of the dark, the night, and being sexually assaulted, though she had never had any such actual experience. She could sense certain dark, foreboding energies always around her at night.
Night after night Judi would recite the Lord’s prayer over and over until she fell asleep. This routine continued through her adult years until she was married with children.
“In the exhaustion of two children, the terror stopped; the spirits, the energies stopped.”
Unfortunately, once Judi’s children grew up and left home, the house fell silent again, and the frightening energies returned.
“I literally tip-toed around my house afraid of what I might encounter or see. It felt like someone was standing behind me, and like eyes were staring at me from across every room.”
Due to an upcoming surgery, Judi sought out a Healer. The first visit with that healer made Judi feel as though a lock had clicked into place. She knew it was a defining moment in her life. Soon, she would discover that Healer would play a bigger part in her life story than Judi could have imagined.
As the Healer and Judi discussed her fear of the dark, no relevant reason for the fear could be found. There was no event in Judi’s past which explained her terror. The Healer introduced Judi to the concept of past lives.
Could that be the answer?
“As you know, we inherit DNA from our parents. Epigenetics is a science which explains the ability to inherit emotions, memories, attitudes, and behaviors from our parents.”
On her 80th birthday Judi’s mother shared her experience as a 12-year old girl wherein she was attacked and assaulted by her stepfather. It was crystal clear to Judi: The pain and terror she had been feeling was her mother’s pain and fear.
Even more amazing to Judi was the discovery that the ancestor of the Healer she had been working with was the one who had inflicted pain on her family a generation before.
“In that moment of revelation, I could have felt terror, hatred, even betrayal. I did not. All I felt was the immense perfection and beauty of the universe giving us the opportunity for everyone to heal.”
Judi saw how all our souls are connected and loved. At the moment of her discovery, she heard Ed Sheeran’s song: Perfect.
Well, I found a girl, beautiful and sweet I never knew you were the someone waiting for me
Well, I found a woman, stronger than anyone I know She shares my dreams, I hope that someday I’ll share her home I found a love, to carry more than just my secrets To carry love, to carry children of our own
I have faith in what I see Now I know I have met an angel in person And she looks perfect
The name of Judi’s book emerged. It was perfect!
Her book contains simple exercises so you can learn to embody your own life experiences, lessons, and stories.
Judi has gifts on her website for you when you purchase her book:
The 5 Secrets to Deep and Lasting Happiness from Marci Shimoff
The Feeling Body from Dr. Sue Morter
Activating the Healer Within meditation from Dr. Sue Morter
21 Meditations on Love and eBook I Want for You What You Want for You from Janet Bray Attwood
The 5 Secrets to a Life of True Success from Debra Poneman
Just by going to her site: JudiMiller.Net you will receive a free eBook.
Love and relationship addiction are process addictions which result in the same brain activity as drug addiction. Any addict needs a fix. With love addicts, they long for an attachment when break ups occur.
“The love addict chases that first high – the drug of that first love of adolescence or early adulthood.”
The relationship addict will:
Over-adapt to what others want
Fear letting go of a relationship
Fear the unknown without a partner
Need to be in a relationship to feel whole
Look to others for affirmation
Give up who they are for fear of losing a partner
“Being alone is scary for a relationship addict, and it begins with early trauma.”
Sherry was a preemie. Living for two and a half months in an incubator meant she was not held, there was no human contact or bonding, and she was fed through her feet.
“I didn’t meet my mother until I was more than 2 months old, and then she was unavailable throughout child-hood. I was a love addict from the get-go.”
It took years for Sherry to understand her obsession with love and relationships, and through therapy work she now makes choices from an embodied place rather than in desperation.
“Healing from addiction is a discovery of yourself.”
Since all addiction comes from early child-hood trauma, you may be prone to addiction yourself. Did you experience any of the following?
Addicted or alcoholic parents
You may likely respond to pain as an infant would respond. As an adult you may be clingy, always looking for acceptance and recognition, and do not feel you are enough or have enough.
“A love addict will unconsciously attempt to satisfy his/her need to belong in many ways. The desire is simply an illusion of what love will give you; a fantasy of what you want.”
Sherry’s own mother married a con man after Sherry’s father died because she felt lost without her husband. Despite being 70 years old, she was vulnerable like a child searching for love and belonging, insecure and needy.
Sherry’s mother was taken advantage of financially, physically, and emotionally by a man she likely did not love.
“An illusion which was devastating to the whole family.”
Sherry can help you and loved ones heal from
the addictions related to love, relationships and codependency. Becoming aware
is the first step.
Patrick Wanis, PhD is a world-renowned expert on behavioral therapy, specializing in the areas of interpersonal relationships, trauma, and human motivation. He was our guest this past Tuesday, and it was not only eye-opening, but mind opening as well.
Do you know what your emotions mean? When you do, it shifts the way you view the emotion, and can then change your belief system and the actions you take.
This process is exactly what Patrick Wanis helps his clients to facilitate for themselves.
“There is a powerful benefit to understanding emotions.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
Patrick Suggests two things to do when feeling an intense emotion:
Talk to yourself: “I notice I’m feeling sad. That’s interesting.” Or, “I’m noticing I’m feeling sad. Why is that?”
When you discover the memory that triggered the emotion you’re feeling, you can distance yourself from the emotion. You become the observer and can choose not to feel the emotion.
Coach yourself. (Following is a coaching session with me and Dr, Wanis on the show)
Patrick: “Tell me who Jackie Bailey is – her talents, characteristics and skills. Tell me from third person.”
Jackie: “Jackie Bailey is a leader In the community doing good things. She’s trying to make a difference in the world. She has great speaking skills.”
Patrick: “What is Jackie’s greatest challenge?”
Jackie: “She has many challenges. She tends to do thing on her own rather than involve her network.”
Patrick: “What does Jackie need to do?”
Jackie: “She needs to reach out more and connect; to quit worrying about tasks and build relationship instead.”
Patrick: “Reach out to people to support her?”
Jackie: “Yes, let people know about what she’s doing. If people understood the benefits of her programs, they would be more supportive.”
Patrick: “Do you think Jackie needs to believe in herself more?”
Patrick: “What would you say to her?”
Jackie: “You got this. There are ups and downs. Focus on the ups, and the downs will come back up.”
Patrick: “What is Jackie’s greatest quality and gift?”
Jackie: “She is a doer. Jackie’s reliable, and she’ll get things done.”
Patrick: “Is her greatest gift that she’s dependable and reliable? What does she bring to the world? What’s her greatest gift?”
Jackie: “She has empathy for people working through traumatic experiences, and she can help them understand how to get to the other side.”
Patrick: “How do you feel after this exercise?”
Jackie: “From third person I can see a different perspective.”
Patrick: “What’s your response to the coaching?”
Jackie: “I need to do it more”
Patrick: “Coach yourself.”
“This exercise makes people stronger, and greater insights will be the result.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
Do you doubt yourself? I certainly do. What causes us to doubt ourselves?
“It all stems from childhood. Throughout childhood we learn emotions, beliefs, and self-worth in four ways.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
Watching and copying
Listening and believing
Experiencing and interpreting inaccurately
Observing emotions within the household
“All of this forms the identity of a child and forms their belief system. Children also believe they are the cause for everything happening around them.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
As babies, we could get our mother to smile and laugh; therefore, when mother gets angry, the child understandably believes he/she caused that as well. We’ve all created inaccurate subconscious beliefs about ourselves.
Dr. Wanis is the creator of SRTT Therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique). He ensures his clients don’t relive any childhood pain while bringing new evidence to their belief system.
“We can’t create a new neural pathway when we’re feeling past pain. When we see the emotion from a third-party perspective, we can change the belief system very quickly.”
Patrick Wanis, PhD
A mantra likely created from Patrick’s work with clients may be:
I can see the emotion, therefore I’m not the emotion. I can control my emotion and create a new thought.
Patrick’s work sounds fascinating. He is offering an Audiobook: Neutralize the 7 Emotions That Are Holding You Hostage and a powerful meditation exercise Overcome Fear and Anxiety and Enjoy Peace of Mind, as a gift to our listeners.
Denise Alexander Pyle identifies as a New Way Jew. She is Jewish by heritage yet approaches religion from a metaphysical perspective (NEW); and believes that Jesus is the (WAY) and the truth to follow. A New Way Jew.
She is the author of The Power of 1(0): A Guide to Living the 10 Commandments and the Golden Rule in Modern Times, and last Tuesday’s guest on Life Mastery Radio.
While teaching high school students the Ten Commandments in Sunday School, Denise described an experience wherein she felt channeled to write the bones of her book as a sermon. A few years later she returned to the project with edits and context for her ideas.
The finished project provides us all with a foundation for how we should live on earth.
Adding to the book is what Denise learned while studying the Kabbalah which she describes as an esoteric version of the 10 commandments.
“In Kabbalah there are 10 spheres on the tree of life, and they correlate with the 10 Commandments”
Denise Alexander Pyle
Denise provided some highlights of her book in our interview. She talked about a few commandments.
Thou shalt have no other Gods before me
This speaks about the love and respect we should all have for one another. Be of service. The material “things” do not bring joy. Nurture your soul and the soul of others so you can inspire sustaining life beyond yourself.
Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord in vain
We are all responsible for our own actions. Don’t blame god or invoke His name in our mistakes. We are responsible to pick ourselves up, make own our choices, create our own peace, and forgive others when necessary.
Honor thy father and thy mother
We learn from our elders. Some people in society today want to cancel the lessons from history, but lessons from those who’ve come before us bring different aspects to our own learning.
Everything has a masculine and a feminine. They are not opposites, but compliments to each other. The masculine and the feminine provide different benefits including nurture and protection. Together they take the bounty of earth and make it something more. Some people want to stifle the gift of life.
Thou shalt not kill
Are we guilty of killing dreams and ideas of others? Recently rioters have burned down businesses – tearing down what others have built. No one has the right to take away from another.
Thou shalt not steal
Have you taken an idea from someone else and not given the proper credit? Did you not do the work you were paid to do? Are you giving someone fair value for your services?
Thou shalt not covet
We should not look at our neighbors belongings and covet them. We are here to live our own life, and to be the best version of ourselves.
“The 10 Commandments my seem harsh, and The Golden Rule is the LOVE Jesus added to them. He clarified that when we LOVE the Lord, we LOVE our neighbor. LOVE ties us all together. “
Denise Alexander Pyle
Denise’s book contains universal truths. The 10 Commandments are the foundations for the way we humans must coexist. She has provided modern day applications to use in modern day situations.
Several weeks ago, Chris Burres was on the show. He talked about the ESS60 Molecule which he’d discovered, tested, and has now released onto the market.
His claims are incredible – a 90% longer lifespan in the rats which were tested. Chris provided samples of his product for me, Todd, and our pets both canine and feline.
During this week’s show, with Chris as our returning guest, Todd and I gave a full report of our experience with his product, MyVitalC.
Chris is a research engineer and scientist. His background is in inventions and manufacturing. He owns patents related to explosives. Discovering the use of ESS60 for human consumption was kind of an accident.
Here’s what Todd and I reported following our use of MyVitalC.
“My joints feel a little better. Maybe I’m detoxing indicated by the reddened skin under my eyes.
You sent me some for my dogs, too. Their dry skin was better, and their coats were shinier. Overall, I don’t know if I’m going to live longer, but I see positive effects.”
Chris confirmed Todd’s results are typical, and many people in forums describe similar skin reactions and “detoxing”.
“A couple months after selling a particular customer some of the ESS60, and learned he’d ordered 2 more times after that first order, I asked about his results with the product, thinking he’d have a positive testimonial. The customer’s answer to ‘what have you been experiencing?’ was: ‘nothing’.
Chris came to learn from the customer (through further discussion) that the mans arthritis was better, the “clicking in my knee” was gone, and he was jogging which he hadn’t done in the previous 10 years.
The customer mentioned one last result: “I’ve felt less stress at work. Keep in mind, it’s the same job, same people, same stress. I just feel less stress while at work.”
A side effect of MyVitalC is that people have renewed energy, and therefore are often motivated to participate in activities they might not otherwise act with. Chris claims the most consistent testimonial is better sleep.
“I am a rather complicated case. I have fibromyalgia, and I manage it well. I also have a broken ankle that will be surgically repaired for the second time in a week. This has caused an inflammatory response. I also have gut issues perhaps related to Epstein Barr.
I started taking the immunity blend which contains MCT oil. I noticed right away when I was working out, I had more strength, stamina, and energy. I also noticed the ability to handle stress better. I didn’t whig out when technical issues occurred, I simply worked through it and handled it. I will take the Immunity Blend again.“
“I have two dogs, and they immediately stopped scratching. Their fur has been so soft and fluffy. I see huge benefits with the dogs, and we’ve already reordered the canine formula on a subscription.”
Chris suggested we read a book written by Steven Gundry, MD:
“As you’re reading these books, the testimonials stated therein are also our product testimonials. Dr. Gundry is taking our product.”
It was delightful to have Chris back on the show. Stay tuned for another opportunity to hear from Chris Burres on a future episode of Life Mastery Radio
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