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April 22, 2020
Focusing on Being a Healthy Person. Eating healthy is the first step in being healthy and is a lifetime commitment. You choose to eat whole foods and avoid sugar and breads completely.
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Here’s a Sample of the “Focusing on Being a Healthy Person” Guided Meditation Script:

Welcome. I am Honored to have your presence, and this opportunity to guide you.

So let's begin. ...

You desire to make healthy eating choices..

Breads, rice, and sugars never agree with your body.

You want wake up early for a morning run, so that means going to bed early.

You want to be able to make decisions for yourself, and not worry about inconveniencing anyone.

You want to be consistent and professional, so always changing your plans just to appease others actually works against you.

You want to breakdown any barriers causing you disconnect from others regarding your business.

In order to achieve these desires, you must become relaxed and then focus on what it is that you really want and need in your life.

It is up to you to dedicate time every single day and make the necessary efforts towards your goals.

So say firmly to yourself, “My intent is to wake up early, quit sugar and all foods that turn to sugar, get rid of any blocks I feel regarding business needs.

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I make necessary plans without feeling like I inconvenience others, because this is the recipe for success.

I know I am able to talk to many people so that my business flourishes.

In order to do this, I am completely honest with myself and others.

Getting done all that needs to be done, with balance and ease.

Get into a very comfortable position and make sure you will not be disturbed.

Give yourself now, the time to breathe your very best.

For most of us we go entire days without even thinking about our breath, yet it is the very thing keeping us alive.

Your breath has been there for you since the beginning, fitting to each moment exactly as it needs.

The breath never asks questions and it never judges you.

It simply does what is required, instantaneously.

Let’s honor our breath now, and all that it gives us, by taking 5 significant and purposeful breaths.

About the author 

Sean Fargo

Sean Fargo is the Founder of Mindfulness Exercises, a former Buddhist monk of 2 years, a trainer for the mindfulness program born at Google, an Integral Coach from New Ventures West, and an international mindfulness teacher trainer. He can be reached at [email protected]