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          Dr. Groves' Get Healthy Action Plan

 

Practice these habits and Guidelines on the assigned day to start.  Incorporate them as you can even if it is only one at a time.  Eventually, they will become daily habits automatically.  By the yard it's hard, but by the inch it's a cinch.

Monday: Image that everyone you meet and interact with is smiling at you the entire time, even if they aren't.  Heart Health Guidelines.

Tuesday: Give a sincere compliment to every person you meet today. (Include the one in the mirror.)  Digestive Health Guidelines.

Wednesday: Practice loving encouragement of others in anything they are doing, especially those who are not living up to your expectations. (This includes you.)  Eliminative Health Guidelines for Fluids.

Thursday: Ask sincere questions of how you may be able to help someone accomplish a mutual goal, listen fully, honor their input, and discover an action plan together.  Eliminative Health Guidelines for Solids and Gases.

Friday: Take action to organize next week's work goals and polish off any remaining details of projects scheduled for today's completion.  Detoxification Guidelines.

Saturday: Change your deadlines into goal lines. You will succeed more often and not feel dead at the end of the project. It also encourages teamwork and challenging fun.

Sunday: Observe the natural phenomena such as weather, land formation, flora, fauna, and celebrate your relationship to the beauty and wonder of creation. Utilize what you encounter to its fullest advantage from flying a kite on a windy day to skiing the slopes or building a snowman in the snow.

Tough day: Imaging any tight spot in your body (especially your tummy) smiling a big warm smile while taking in and letting out a slow, deep, conscious breath. (Try it, you will be pleasantly surprised.)

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