The Common Sense Guide to Effortless Health vol.2

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The Common Sense Guide to Effortless Health Book II
was put together to assist you on your path to flawless health. You must realize that whatever condition your health is in now is the result of what you have put into your body for many years. It’s not just the food you’ve eaten that has not served your body, but also the mental pressures and anxiety you’ve lived with that have caused you to feel the way you do right now.

Many people actually feel relief when they become sick. Illness makes life easier for them, bringing with it increased attention and permission to live a certain way for health’s sake. Because it has taken you years to get where you are, it may not be easy for you to change the direction of your life and habits in one 30-day period. You may have to read and live the lessons of this book several times over before you feel truly satisfied with the result.

So that’s the bad news. The good news is, you will begin to feel so much better immediately, it will keep you on the path to flawless health. And the fact that you consider one lesson each day, for thirty days, will help you focus on the most important thing in your life – the present.

Bijan Anjomi is an internationally known author, healer, personal coach, speaker and visionary who is making a difference for world peace. He is the founder and president of Effortless Prosperity. He lectures in the fields of health, relationships, spirituality, leadership and the principles of Effortless Living.

Born in Persia (modern-day Iran), Bijan came to the United States at the age of 19. In the years that followed, his natural curiosity led him along many paths. To name a few, he owned a health club; worked as a bartender, maitre d’, and a bouncer in bars; attended college and became a successful commercial real estate agent. He is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, who in 1993, 1994, and 2003 captured the title of Mr. Universe, Natural Division at the age of 50, 51, and 60.