The Life Vessel helped me open my mind and also improved my lifestyle

by admin on January 14, 2014

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“Although the United Negro College Fund had it right with the fact that a mind is a terrible thing to waste, I seriously doubt that they knew the real depth of their famous slogan.  No one really knows but, some claim that the human brain contains about 50 billion to 200 billion neurons, each of which interfaces with 1,000 to 100,000 other neurons through 100 trillion to 10 quadrillion synaptic junctions. The Life Vessel simply attempts to provide an environment to flex that muscle. And in doing so, the rest of your body reaps the benefits of new and renewed communication taking place — plowing that barren field, planting new possibilities.

I can’t really pinpoint where my physical problems started.  But after having run cross country and setting a speed records for the half-mile and mile in high school, I knew the fact that having trouble even walking was a huge problem – not to mention physically and emotionally draining. Never truly appreciating doctors, with plenty of arrogance anecdotes and search-and-destroy experiences, I serendipitously met with Gail just as she was committing herself to opening Colorado’s first Life Vessel –such blessing for me.

The Vessel is really just the hub of the change you can choose should you have the fortitude, or like me, the desperation. It’s a lifestyle change. For me, it was a lifestyle transformation. No more four-cup coffee mornings or three-beer evenings. Now, it’s all tea and H20. Not only did I have the good fortune of being nurtured by Gail, I have been treated to the presence of the concept’s inventor, Barry McNew, who has provided additional mentoring, guidance and support. I’m far from done; I still can’t run but, four, four-time sessions in, I believe. I’m walking better, sometimes darn close to normal.

They say that the Vessel will work whether you believe or not. I believe that you need to believe in yourself, and your mental capacity to envision your body achieving its potential. In the Vessel, I’ve allowed myself to experience extended sandy beach barefoot runs, long walks with my wife and mother, ballet performances for only me, hang gliding and hiking through mountains and canyons, tropical mud baths with dew dripping off palms, horse-and-carriage rides through foggy London and bustling Paris, and scores of other life affirming visualizations. For me, the suppression of one’s imagination is the hobgoblin of mental apathy. For me, your mind has to be wide open for the benefits of the Life Vessel to materialize. Stay tuned.”


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