When it comes to your Whole Health Life, will 2017 be any different than years past? Will your symptoms continue to increase and confuse you or will you find the clarity needed to discover solutions? If you’d like some direction in this area, you’re in luck. Keep reading for my review on a groundbreaking new book and documentary.
I offered to do this review as I’m always willing to test drive products, services, and protocols that lead people toward healing. Notice that I mention healing symptoms – not simply managing them. Managing symptoms is important, too. I get that. Some may come and go for the rest of our lives, but healing at the foundational level is key.
I’ve never met or spoken to author/journalist, Shannon Harvey but I know enough from her work to feel that we’re kindred spirits. We knew our symptoms were out of control and we wanted to know WHY.
At my sickest, nearly two decades ago, I read everything I could get my hands on regarding natural healing. Between working full-time and caring for my family, I did the best that I could. I put the protocols I discovered into practice and healed on my own. It was very much an inner game. I followed the work of pioneers in the nutrigenomics and epigenetics fields. I experimented with the practices that made the most sense to me.
As I’ve always said, I’m grateful for the process. I learned exactly what I needed to when I needed to learn it. And the lessons came in the way that I needed them most. I never would have learned why I had to make lifestyle changes if I hadn’t been brought to my knees in pain first. That was the impetus for my learning path.
I greatly respect Shannon’s path. It all sounded so familiar. She too dug into research to learn more about healing methods and modalities. But she took a different direction. Her work background led her to seek out proof of what she was learning. She went directly to the source. In fact, she went to many sources and interviewed them regarding their healing experiences.
Shannon put her tenacious and investigative personality to good use uncovering a wealth of information on the topics that eventually helped her to turn the corner with her own health challenge. In her comprehensive book, Whole Health Life, she’s compiled the outcome of these interviews, the high spots of research studies, and the most impactful science-backed protocols accepted today.
The best part? You don’t have to wade through the myriad of research to pluck out the gems. Shannon’s already done the hard work for you.
I realize not everyone is a big reader. Lucky for you, I can also highly recommend viewing the documentary, The Connection. (Actually, I recommend both the book and video.) The documentary succinctly zeros in on the key topics of interest including epigenetics, brain health, and the practices that provide the biggest benefit to the chronic illness body.
The pacing, content, and quality of the video is so compelling that I planned to just “watch a few minutes” and ended up viewing the entire documentary in one sitting.
I was captivated from beginning to end.
Both book and movie will leave you feeling informed, inspired, and most of all, equipped to take action. Isn’t that what healing is all about?
It’s my hope that you take advantage of the great resources provided by Ms. Harvey and that you share it with others who can use a boost of good news. There are healthy, healing relaxation-inducing practices that work.
Have you read the book or watched the documentary? Leave a comment below and let me know what you think!