More “Insider Information” for Recovery from AS

More “Insider Information” for Recovery from AS

Today I am pleased to offer you more must-know nuggets of highly powerful “insider information” for attaining remission and recovery from Ankylosing Spondylitis.

Before I do, I’ll remind you that the ASVA is completely different from other AS support groups, and we diverge from the Western Medical approach to chronic illness mainly because of our beliefs and practices.

The big difference between us and the others?

They are interested in providing drug treatments, radical diets, or basic coping skills you can use to “manage” your symptoms.

I am showing you how to make a full recovery from your symptoms and finally put an end to the never-ending gymnastics of “dis-ease management.”

What is my credential for this?

I was diagnosed with AS when I was 24. For ten long years I suffered with excruciating pain and stiffness, terrible mental and emotional anxiety, and despondent hopelessness. Yet I never stopped searching for relief in a world that seemed to offer no real answers.

After many years of seeking and experimenting, I found a mosaic of mind/body techniques that when used properly, began to dispatch my symptoms. I eventually used them to completely abolish the pain and stress of Ankylosing Spondylitis from my life.

I made a full recovery from all my symptoms including chronic, traumatic pain, daily spasms and stiffness, extreme sciatica, addiction to pain medications, clinical depression, anger and emotional issues, resentment, poor self-image and all the rest of it.

I am in complete remission now for over 25 years.

You may know that with great power comes great responsibility. I certainly do. I soon recognized a selfless duty to share the gifts I’d been given with others who would benefit from my example.

So I worked for years to design a road map for remission and recovery from AS, a process which has come to be called the Winslow Method™.

The methods in my system are not clinical subjects you can study at school; they are a precise series of beliefs, behaviors, tools and techniques that led me to full recovery, and I am living proof that they work. So are many of my clients.

No matter how severe your condition is, you can and will experience substantial improvement by using the Winslow Method™. Here are just some of the topics:

– 3 Beliefs that people in remission hold
– 3 Keys to recovery from Ankylosing Spondylitis
– 3 Ways to improve your health with no effort
– 5 Mindsets for recovery from dis-ease
– 8 Practices to accelerate the healing process
– How to stop your pain naturally
– How to put an end to your buried stress
– How to energize your body for faster results, and
– The exact steps I took for remission and recovery from AS

I bet you’re excited to begin a new and better life, so let’s dive right in. We’ll start with number one on the list, the 3 beliefs that people in remission from chronic illnesses all share:

First, we believe that a higher intelligence lives within us.

Whether we call it the subconscious mind, our divine nature, a higher self, or God doesn’t really matter; we just know there is a power operating within us that can heal the body.

This “higher intelligence” is what operates the millions upon millions of internal functions in the human anatomy. It keeps your heart beating and your food digesting even if you don’t know how it works. It heals your wounds and regulates your systems faultlessly on a daily basis. Like it or not, there is a subconscious intelligence smarter than the conscious mind at work within you, running the show.

The second thing people in remission believe is that what we think about affects our bodies.

We know that what we think and the intensity of our thoughts directly impacts our behaviors, the choices we make, and ultimately, the quality of our lives. To be healthy you must replace all negative, pessimistic, victimizing, destructive or hopeless thoughts and feelings with a bold and unwavering attitude of personal transformation.

The third belief we share is that we can help our bodies heal.

This one’s as easy as 1 -2 -3:

1. Decide that you are truly ready to go from pain and suffering to health and wellness

2. Believe that you can achieve it, and

3. Make a commitment to follow through on your decision.

It really is that simple. With the proper guidance you really can do it.

You have nothing to lose but the pain.

If you have questions or comments about this message, I’d love to hear from you. Even if you completely disagree with what I’ve done, give it to me straight and don’t hold back!

Peter

Disclaimer

At Ankylosing Spondylitis Victors Association we are not conducting medical trials or in any way practicing medicine. We are conditioning ourselves for freedom from the mental and emotional suffering associated with AS, which in turn may help to ease the physical pain and distress.