“When acidic you barely survive, when neutral you are alive, but when alkaline, you thrive”
Jason Shon Bennett
Imagine yourself stuck in a traffic jam, late for a very important meeting that may save your career. You find yourself getting wound up and highly agitated. You have the kids in the back seat. They are screaming and hitting each other. Then the youngest one goes in their pants as they cannot hold on any longer. The smell in the car is so bad that the older one projectile vomits down the back of your seat. The air conditioning is broken so you have to open a window to be able to breathe properly. There is an old car in front of you that is belching out thick blue smoke and the toxic fumes start to fill the car. The vomit smell is intensifying.
You find your hands clenched around the steering wheel, tighter and tighter, as the clock ticks on, the promotion goes out the window, you are starving and you need to go to the toilet after your morning coffee. Your back is sore, you are completely exhausted and your stomach is making that rumbling noise while you are still constipated from that cheeseburger you woofed down last night with chips and a cola. The traffic is still not moving, the horrible toxic fumes are swirling through the car and the kids continue to fight.
You are stressed, uptight, angry and frustrated. This is an acidic environment.
Now imagine yourself walking along the beach on a private tropical island. You have been there for two weeks and you have another six weeks of holiday. You won Lotto so you could quit your job. You have been doing yoga on the beach each morning and meditating and you have finally got the hang of it. You are flexible and your body is feeling youthful and strong yet energised and ready for anything. You are slowly walking down the beach, with someone you love, it is warm and the sun is setting.
You feel reborn and totally alive. You stop at a café and have a gorgeous meal of freshly picked and prepared delicious local vegetation. The meal is just the right size leaving you feeling satiated and healthy. As you walk back to your private beach house you quickly dive under the waves feeling the beautiful cleansing water all over you. You swim about and lie on your back looking up at the clear blue sky with the darkness slowly taking over. You are calm, happy, relaxed, and in love. This is an alkaline environment.
These are the emotional parts of the acid alkaline experience.
GOLDEN Rule 17: Alkaline Balance is Crucial (ABC)
GOLDEN Rule 20: Find your H.A.P.P.Y. Paradigm
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.