How would you like to be able to enjoy more beading time? I’m about to share a little secret with you…
But, before I do that, let me clarify something. In a recent blog, I mentioned that I would be sharing something that has significantly helped my recovery from CFS/ME. The brilliant thing is, this isn’t just for people with that illness…
I actually have two reasons for wanting to share this:
- I know I have a lot of people in my audience that this is really capable of helping and I want to let them know about it
- This is also to say thank you to someone who helped me out a lot earlier this year
So, let me explain a little more…
Can this help you?
The easiest way to answer that is to ask you to ask yourself these questions:
- Are you currently suffering from some kind of illness or chronic pain?
- Would you like to have a way of staying healthy for longer?
- Are you interested in living a life that is both long and healthy?
If you said ‘yes’ to any of those questions, then this can help you. So, what I’m offering here isn’t just the chance to enjoy more beading time, it’s the chance to enjoy more of everything.
The one thing I’ve learned through my experience is that when we have good health we take it for granted and assume it will last forever. When we become ill, we discover just how much of our ability to enjoy life rests with the state of our health.
I would give anything to have known about this when I was healthy. But then again, would I have listened back then? Maybe not, but it would have been nice to have had the choice! So, that’s why I wanted to give that choice to others right now.
Otherwise, let me explain a little more…
How can you enjoy more beading time?
Just to be clear, I’m not about to offer you a way of arranging your time more efficiently! Neither have I managed to invent that elusive time machine that gives us all more hours per day!
But, it is true that if you feel healthier and have more energy, you have the ability to do more and do it for longer. So, this might be beading, or it might be another hobby, or more time with the people you love, more travel… The list is endless. Basically, it’s about learning how to open up potential.
And all of this is explained in an amazing 9-part documentary that will be airing (for free!) on the weekend of November 29th – December 2nd. It is shown online, so you can watch it at your convenience, wherever you are in the world.
The thing is, the documentary is normally only available as part of a paid package with a load of other material to help you discover how to improve your health. So, yes, you can certainly invest in it (and it’s well worth it), but I know this won’t be something that a lot of you will want to spend money on, when you could be using that money for beads! So, that’s why I wanted to make sure you have the chance to see this while you can watch it for free.
Why am I talking about this?
The team behind the project is led by Jason Prall and he was kind enough to give me a bit of help back in the summer, based on some of the amazing research he’s been doing. He used to take on patients, but is now focusing his attention on making films like this documentary, so he can reach and help more people. So, I was incredibly grateful that he was kind enough to help me.
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you’ll know I’ve been quite open about my illness. So, that’s how I’ve come to discover that a lot of my readers are also battling their own illnesses. If you’re not one of them, that’s wonderful. You can still get a huge amount out of the documentary (prevention is better than cure!).
So, those two unrelated facts come together here. I wanted to do this to thank Jason. And I want to do this to help others who might want to try something different.
What is it about?
None of this is involving drugs or weird treatments. It’s all about understanding
- how the human body works
- how the ageing process works
- …and how illness impacts those two things.
Then, it’s just a matter of taking some simple steps to combat that. Unbelievably, these are steps that would have been perfectly natural a century ago. Sadly, we’re losing this wisdom as we make ‘progress’.
And the thing I really love about this is, it’s focusing on health. Jason’s desire to help sick people then turned into a curiosity to know why we get sick. So, rather than studying disease, he wanted to study health. He did this to see what we can learn, to avoid getting sick in the first place.
The research he’s done is amazing… Hundreds of hours of interviews with leading scientists… Travelling the world to meet and talk to populations where people regularly live to 90 or 100, in good health… Then he put it all together in a documentary which is easy to watch and really fascinating.
If you’re still reading this and hating it, or wondering what the point is, then feel free to ignore all of this and I’ll be back to other news in my next blog!