If you factor in stopping to relax, and switch off, you will feel more balanced, and be far more productive. When you stop regularly through the day, and practise deep, slow breathing, you will feel much calmer, and able to think more clearly.
Instead of struggling to find solutions, when you have clarity in a place of peaceful silence, the answers will come to you easily. Once you learn to stop forcing things to happen, and create a balance, you will be in the natural flow where results arrive far more quickly than before.
When you experience the Z Point Process, you reach deep relaxation effortlessly. You have all the wonderful benefits of meditation without all the time needed to become an expert. Within minutes Z Point releases the source of your stress, so that you find a place of complete stillness.
If you find it difficult to get off the treadmill of work, caring for your home, and looking after others - stop, and make time for yourself. Your health and your life will improve immeasurably. Get in touch and ask how Z Point can make the difference for you.
Enjoy the fun cat pictures - because making time to laugh is essential!
"Prescriptions for Living a Creative Life
Simple Remedies For Common Maladies In Our 24/7 World"
If you're feeling unsatisfied and unfulfilled, but don't know where to start - this is the perfect book for you. Neil Tepper guides you step by step through a series of prescriptions, with room to record your progress.
You learn how to activate your right brain, and allow creativity to enhance every facet of your life.
We are all overloaded with too much information, and this can lead to overwhelm and freeze us into inactivity. Neil shows how to achieve balance through having fun.
"Just as your car runs more smoothly and requires less energy to go faster and farther when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance." - Brian Tracy
"A well-developed sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to your step as you walk the tightrope of life." - William Arthur Ward