Are fitness and friendship linked?
Please study our logo as it provides many of the answers (to all questions):
Now let’s look at fitness and friendship:
Exercise and fitness programmes ae not the best ways to lose weight. They may help you get fitter and stronger – but does friendship have any influence to any of these aspects?
Exercise and fitness programmes are effective ways to remove stress and negative energy – interestingly the most influential factors do not involve exercise or food, and have a bigger impact – so what are they?
- Daily positive social interaction with people that care about you (essentially family and ‘tuned in friends’) – this is the most important factor.
- Daily close contact with someone that loves you and that you love.
When these factors are utilised then you are best placed to COMBINE THEM with exercise and fitness and rest and eating.
A new venture called Be Super Ltd run courses using VFP (Vibrational Frequency Programming) can support you with all of these aspects.
One of the biggest advantages close social interaction brings is the ‘tuned in perspective’ of the other people. Those people that are close to you often share similar ups and downs and often have a similar ‘harmonic resonance’.
Their ability to tune into your ‘stress / life’ and to ‘listen to you whilst you let it out’ is what processing life and stress is all about.
When you can let out what you have let in then you prevent the build up of negative energy, and being listened to and also gaining perspective from someone who is tuned in to you, is crucial to releasing negative energy. It is also crucial for feeling safe and being able to trust in someone else and to trust in yourself.
Once you have this security and this kind of processing system in your life then you will be in a position to fully benefit from any nutritional and exercise program – furthermore, you will have no problem with stress and weight.
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Marcus P Diddly Dacious (The Enlightened One) is focused on supporting others to receive self-enlightenment.