“Routines create willpower, health and strength, and balanced internal organs, which give a happy stomach, a happy liver and a happy bowel. This leads to a calmer mind, more peaceful emotions and therefore; better life choices, such as habits and routines”
Jason Shon Bennett.
Fish have routine.
Birds have routine.
The tides have routine.
Planets have routine.
As does the sun and moon.
Everything in the universe has routine.
The significance of routines
Routines are what we are designed to follow. Not as a strict rule but as a gentle guideline to keep our body and mind healthy and strong. Routine and rhythm create magic in the human body that you cannot get in any other way. The entire body functions in routines all of the time, whether you are aware of it or not. The human body functions best when following a routine.
The heart beats in a rhythm.
The blood pumps regularly.
The liver cleans itself at the same time every night.
When you have a simple daily routine and rhythm, which can be slightly flexible, then you have regularity.
What are the four key daily routines and rhythms to strive towards?
Jason wishes to deeply thank, acknowledge and recognise the effort and contribution that the PIF Foundation has provided on a voluntary basis since 2014, as we educated, motivated and inspired change that helps transform the health, vitality and longevity of people all over the world.