Are you ready for a prescription to become healthier, wealthier, and wiser, straight from the doctor’s mouth?
My name is Julia Bowlin, MD, and I am a practicing physician in private practice and the founder of Personal Awareness Medicine.
I’m here to tell you, after 22 years of medical practice and over 100,000 patient visits, most of my patients are starving for more information that I just don’t have time to give during patient visits.
That is why I created the Rx for PAWAR course - to provide more information on how to embrace the healthy, vibrant person hiding inside you, readily available in five digital modules that you can access anywhere, anytime. No appointment needed!
Are you feeling:
- Tired and fatigued?
- Unsatisfied with your job?
- Unable to let go and have fun?
- Unfulfilled in your relationships?
- Chaos taking over your life and mind?
- Confused about how you think, feel and behave?
- Even helpless and alone?
WHY AREN'T WE GIVING OURSELVES PERMISSION TO GET BETTER?
Giving yourself permission means we give ourselves the authorization or the approval to do something. Sounds simple right? The interesting thing is unfortunately in our culture giving ourselves permission to do things that will make ourselves feel better do better act better sometimes feels like taboo. It feels selfish. In our culture selfish has a very negative connotation. So why is it selfish to take care of yourself? There are so many people in their daily lives that we respect, honor look up to and in some cases worship that practice self-care self-love and what you may think of as being selfish behavior. Let's look at Superman. Superman a strong. He's fast. He's good-looking. In other words, he's clean well-kept and practicing self-care.. Exercising probably to stay strong and staying up in his education and awareness. Does that sound like something that's inappropriate? Why is it that so many people do not give themselves the permission to be selfish in their personal wellness and self-care issues. I like to call this sagacious selfishness. This is the kind of selfishness that's important. The redirection of care towards oneself in order to have a healthier, wealthier and more successful life is a good thing! Selfishness is only negative if it's impacting other people in a negative way. I mean this very strongly. To practice good selfish sagacious behavior in self-care is not a bad thing , and in my opinion it's the responsible thing.
Maybe, like may of my patients, you are struggling from physical pain, illnesses, high blood pressure, or obesity.
You know what you should do to start being healthier, but you just can't seem to get started making changes that will lead to a healthier life permanently.
I created my Rx for PAWAR course to help fix this.
I want you to be feeling great, joyously happy, and thinking clearly.
I want to give you a Rx for Personal Awareness that you can do in your own time that’s customized just for you. By using the tools in my Rx for PAWAR course, you can achieve levels of joy, happiness and harmony that you just didn’t know how to attain on your own.
I KNOW WHAT TO DO, BUT WHY DON'T I DO IT?
Just the other day I had a patient come into my office. She was tired, exhausted and wanted to have something to improve her overall energy. "Doc, I'm just so tired I don't know what to do. I need you to give me something to help. " This is a very common scenario for me on a daily basis. When I asked her questions about how she is sleeping, how she is eating, and how she is exercising; It's interesting that there's a common denominator in many of my patient cases. "I'm just not sleeping well." “ don't have time to exercise" “I don't like vegetables” or vegetables are too expensive or my spouse or children don't like to eat them." So when I asked patients like this “are you willing to do what it takes to feel better?”. The answer is most often a resounding “absolutely”! But when I tell them they need to play an active part in learning to change the way they think, feel and act rather than receiving prescription. Many times I get a blank look and sometimes I get flagrant anger emanating from the patient. Even more commonly, is the patients brought to tears. So what I'm proposing is that many people don't lack the education about what they should do in fact most of my patients no they're not doing these things. But unfortunately when they are called upon to recognize their role in how they feel it very often times it's a sensitive nerve. They suddenly realize their own personal part and how they don't prioritize their healthcare needs according to how their thinking how they're feeling and how they're behaving.
So the basic steps in answering the question, "Why don't I do what I think I should be doing to make myself feel better?" is answering several questions:
- Am I important enough to be my number one priority?
- What have I done to cause possible illness?
- What have I not done to have possibly caused illness?
- Am I willing to claim responsibility for my part in improving illness symptoms?
- Do I deserve to be happy, healthy and live a vivid life?
- Do I give myself permission to do what it takes to feel better?
- What are my motivating factors to feeling better? i.e. living longer, being here for my children etc)
When you enroll today, you'll receive instant access:
If you are not 100% ON FIRE and Totally Jazzed , if you are even the slightest bit underwhelmed, if for any reason you decide you aren't completely satisfied, just email me within the first 30 days and I'll refund your fees. No questions asked! This is my personal guarantee to you!