YOUR PRESCRIPTION FOR A VIVID LIFE
Personal Awareness Medicine™ is a process to aid in the elimination of persistent health problems such as weight gain, fatigue, depression, stress, and insomnia in a more comprehensive and natural way.
Personal Awareness Medicine™ has led many people towards better sexuality, more energy, less insomnia and a greater sense of strength and well-being.
Your life reflects your thoughts and beliefs. There is a link between our inner conversations and our physical experience. If we have negative beliefs, strong negative emotional anchors(hate, shame, blame, anger, distrust etc) , and destructive conversations within our minds then we will notice our environment magnetizes this energy and we are surrounded by people who express shame, blame, anger, and distrust. Because energy, both positive and negative, that is generated by our intent is expressed externally. If we are abusive and negative to ourselves, our lives are filled with abusive and negative people. It’s that simple.
Let’s look at this in terms of our physical vitality. If we wake up in the morning with thoughts of feeling unhealthy, in pain, and stressed, then we attract situations and symptoms that support this inner conversation. The key here is awareness. We are responsible for our own health and well being. The starting point is your thoughts and beliefs.
PERSONAL AWARENESS MEDICINE™ IS DIFFERENT
This unique system developed by Dr. Bowlin combines accountability with holistic health practices. Personal Awareness Medicine™:
- Combines meditation, intuition, and awareness to find out what health habits are working and what’s not
- Provides a complete health toolbox that uses tools from many different wellness practices
- Draws a far more complete picture of total health than present day Allopathic Medicine practices.
- Utilizes recommendations from a real life, award winning doctor
- Focuses on all components of total health, not just one
- Identifies hidden, underlying causes to chronic problems
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q.I really noticed a change in my energy level recently. What’s causing this?
A.This is often times one of the most difficult complaints to manage because it’s typically very multi-factorial. Fatigue can result from internal diseases such as anemias, congestive heart failure, diabetes, but more often than not a common sense approach can typically unravel the potential causes of tiredness and fatigue. Think about things that you do and don’t do before bedtime. For example, are you on a caffeine roller coaster or drinking alcohol before bed? Are you going to bed too late? Are you under a great deal of stress that’s making you exhausted and choosing not to change things to improve this state? Are you eating a diet that is high in processed unhealthy products and poor nutritional quality foods? Try adopting healthier habits and see if your energy levels improve.
Q.I have chronic pain, but after several appointments, no one can find anything wrong with me. What should I do next?
A.Because pain is such an individual experience and can be coming from so many different thing. My recommendations for people with chronic pain who have not been helped by other practitioners it to assess their motivation in the recovery of their pain. If the motivation is there, many healthy options exist, including nutritional counseling and physical therapy, that can alleviate pain symptoms.
Q.It’s difficult for me to get a good night’s sleep. What do you recommend?
A.Set a sleep schedule and stick to it , even on the weekends! Eliminate distractions in the bedroom, such as light and noise. Consider a sleep mask and ear plugs several times a week in order to assist in minimizing distractions. Get animals out of the bedroom. Make sure the temperature of your bedroom is consistent. Please exercise regularly but not within 2-3 hours of bedtime. Also consider whether you may have sleep apnea and seek professional help if this is a possibility.
Q.I know what to do to make myself look and feel better, but I’m having a hard time getting motivated. Where should I start?
A.It is important to remember when looking at our progress that success may be measured in very small moments in time. Many times we look at the long-term goal without recognizing that each moment in our life is important and valuable. When we make small mistakes, sometimes we allow these moments in time feel like they are the end-all and be-all of our success and then allow ourselves to convince ourselves that it’s okay if we stop trying to succeed because we seem to never get past these moments.