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4 challenges an individual probably faces. These are 1. Attitudebelieve that 'we can' or believe that 'we can not'; 2. oxygen deficiency; 3. water deficiency; 4. and sugar excess. The result of adapting the Kish plan (making it 'Your' plan) is we are gaining instead of loosing, more desirable and hireable, able to get the good job. Our organs (brain, kidneys, liver, pancreas, ... skin) are functioning better than they ever have. The Kish plan believes that the most basic and only important part of humanity is the individual. Anything that happens (outside of acts of God), happens because an individual, (a champion) physically worked their butt off to make it happen. We as individuals can be powerful and strong, desirable and hireable, without buying anything we do not already have. We as individuals are either getting stronger (spiritually, mentally and physically) or maintaining existing situation, or are getting weaker. We have momentum or are stationary. We can create forward momentum with a series of small success. Small success
achieved daily by allowing our bodies to physically get healthier thru the 'air and water diet', (really just getting the excellent amount of good air and good water.) Small success achieved daily by not confusing our bodies with 'white death' (white sugar, white bread, white rice...read the list of ingredients). Small success by expecting to grow stronger, smarter, more relaxed, with better reactions and better relationships and better jobs. We as individuals often suffer greatly as a direct result of dehydration and/or anxiety. We can deal with anxiety and dehydration with the Kish plan. We as individuals really need jobs that are satisfying to feel good about ourselves (and pay bills). Gerry (wise Irish friend) told me when the Irish have decent jobs they are not quarreling amongst themselves. 'No job' seems to be a prerequisite for major distress and perhaps desperate behavior, even violence. We may not be smart enough, knowledgeable enough, fit enough to get our dream job. We may even believe we do not deserve or are not capable of getting the good job. We can be sharper, have better reaction time and be mentally acute and spiritually more mature. We can get that job or even better, create our own dream job, by adapting the 4 part plan.
The result of the process- we are more desirable and hireable, and we are able to make wiser decisions. History of the Kish Plan The plan has evolved over the last six years, and was at first just for me. One of my Rotary buddies (Andy) noticed that I was getting chubby, and cared enough about me to comment. I felt a little offended. My existing mental and physical condition was not excellent. I had been consistently gaining weight and belly fat, and had reached 218 lbs. and had high cholesterol. I still occasionally felt strong (but rarely). Most of my challenges were common: expectations of declining health and mental facilities as I matured; overweight plus expectations of gaining more weight; plus back, knees and elbows that had been stressed during the past 30 years in the building trades. I needed improvement, and examined opportunities to better myself with additives and machines, many costing $30 plus a month. I felt these may be good, but I would try 'air and water diet' first. I have used the 'air and water diet' for 6 years, and lost 50 lbs of belly fat, (gained back ten and holding for 2 years) cholesterol went from high to moderate
(lowest ever as an adult). My reactions are quicker than they have ever been. I feel my brain is sharper than ever. I feel my mature years will be my best years. Part 1- Attitude- I believe relationships (God, family, friends, business) and expectations (what do I believe will by my future?) are key and determine fulfillment. I have to believe my mature years will be my best years. I want to expect to be strong mentally, physically, and spiritually. Missteps, diversions, incorrect choices, humbling experiences may push us off our path. Refocus and get back on! The bible is a great roadmap for correct living, I strongly recommend a relationship with Jesus Christ! Study the whole bible. Do the research yourself, I believe consequences are eternal. For our humanistic brothers and sisters, do not say 'I am fat and ugly and no one will ever love me!' Say positive affirmations like ' I will be relaxed at all times, both physically and mentally. I will find it enjoyable to start any job and complete it. My ability to concentrate, retain and recall will improve daily.' or 'Every day in every way I am getting better and better'.
Program your day while in bed, and during the day. Say positive affirmations to yourself numerous times. I also pray. I recommend both. I believe what we say and what we think become reality. Our expectations become reality. We have to want to decrease stress; want to increase oxygen to our organs; want to maximize productive water to our bodies; and want to decrease sugar imbalance. Part 2- Inhale fully and exhale completely I imagine while I am aggressively breathing that my lungs are flexing, exercising, increasing capacity and getting stronger and cleaner. Dr. Lavere Wilson (Rolfer and Mentor) gave me Part 2 of the Kish plan. (breathing excellently, fully exhaling and fully inhaling thru the nose not thru the mouth), and tailored it just for me, and my challenges. Lavere had given the excellent breathing exercise to his mother (80's and Alzheimer). Lavere's Mom followed the plan and the Alzheimer went away. Her mind became strong. Lavere gave her a bird clock (a clock that makes various bird sounds on the hour) and she used the clock to remind her to breath excellently (I use cell phone and hourly alarm with distinctive
chime). She was tasked with Breathing to completely refresh her lungs with fresh air, and not leave stale air in the lungs to rebreath, fully exhaling and fully inhaling for 2 minutes every waking hour. Spend 50% more time exhaling as inhaling. For example if you inhale for 5 seconds, exhale for 7 or 8 seconds. It is more important to exhale than inhale. I feel that I am exerciseing my lungs when breathing agressively. I feel I am bringing beneficial ingredients to my organs with more fresher air, and am carrying out more waste from the lungs when I exhale. I feel my lungs are cleaner when I do the deep breathing many times a day. My exercise (tailored for me by Lavere and refined by me as I get stronger and more agile) includes relaxed hands over the head during inhale (sucking multiple times as much air as I can) and touching towards the toes when exhaling (pushing more air out and more air out and more air out, my face turns red) . When I first started I would cough during exhale and hack out phlegm. I would feel like acid reflux. Now I feel great at the downswing (touching toes), and actually concentrate on relaxing specific body parts (there is often a stiff neck or back or something tight.)
My daughter shared a party trick- A smoker will exhale smoke hours after smoking when he exhales completely (kind of scary to realize we are not only recirculating existing air in many of our buildings with not enough added fresh air, we are re-breathing air in our lungs.) Most of us never exhale completely, and are not fully inflating our lungs with fresh air when we inhale. I have been breathing aggressively for the past 4 years. My mind is sharper than it has ever been. My reactions are quicker. I am more more apt to catch something that I knock over. I feel I am making better decisions, and am more insightful.
Part Three- Drink water to hydrate yourself completely. Too much too fast pees out. The body (and very specifically our organs) can assimilate a drink every few moments and be lubricated. Coffee, tea, soft drinks, alcohol hydrate for a short while only, and may cause problems. Water is best. Of course, fresh mountain stream water before pollutants is live water and is best, any water is better than no water.
Part 4- Quit eating white. Quit white sugar, white bread, white rice, 'white death'. Read 'Sugar Busters' and 'Palm Beach Diet' Key is consistency. Positive affirmations, breathing aggressively, and taking a drink, all every hour will bring results fast. I have been slack for the past few years, just breathing aggressively once or twice a day. I needed a reminder. A reminder to breath and drink well is essential. I set the iphone clock to chime on the hour during waking hours (I exclude lunchtime and only 6 days a week, I get a free day to not exercise if I choose). The specific chime I use reminds me to exercise my lungs and take a drink.