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What is Meditation?

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

“In a computer rich, sedentary, and emotional society,

It’s not a surprise to me that young people get sick”

-Dr. Neal




This video may help explain the quote, “My doctors can’t figure out what’s wrong with me!”



Please share this video to get our doctors up to speed with what is causing everything in the medical books considered, “idiopathic, primary, or unknown cause”





See one, gain hope, get inactivated. Then make one, and give hope.
(That’s the movement of The Acne Practice)

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“Movement is the Real Medicine”

Saturday, May 25th, 2013



This video is intended to alter our global approach to health care.

No more fear of food, no more fear of socializing or participating in life.

When we become strong through daily actions, we become resilient and fearless of all disease.



(click title above if video does not show in your email)


In my opinion, any political conversation or global discussion about health care will need to prioritize the lessons of this video if they intend on making any real impact on our society.

Please spread this video to progress our culture in a positive direction.
thanks,
-Dr. Neal







©2013 “Movement is the Real Medicine” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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“7 Days a Week or BUST”

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

hey Everyone,

This is my number one tip for all of medicine, healthcare, and wellness. It trumps all my other tips.








Share this link with those in your family who desire wellness and balance. If they are already moving, maybe this video will help them get to the next level.

http://youtu.be/hRMjMNsPOKE




Here’s a recap of the new lingo:

“The Threshold Age” referring to the predictable energy drop in the late twenties.


“Childhood Reserve” used to explain why energy is so high in young people who don’t necessarily take good care of themselves.


“7 days a week or bust” (literal interpretation is most powerful)


The Contradiction between high desire and low action”



Hope this lands..,
-Dr. Neal






©2012 “7 Days a Week or BUST” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

One Response to ““7 Days a Week or BUST””

  1. Oscar Says:

    Very inspirational advise. I’m at 5-6 days a week and after watching this, I’m motivated to step it up to 7 days.

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TV time Yoga (Part 2)

Monday, June 18th, 2012


Share these links with anyone in your life who needs a little more movement:

Part 1: http://youtu.be/t3yjiMgE9xg

Part 2: http://youtu.be/18_3wwh3xJ8

I’ll be here,
-Dr. Neal




One Response to “TV time Yoga (Part 2)”

  1. Damir Omerovic Says:

    Dear Dr. Neal,

    My name is Damir, 27yr. International Business man, from Europe-Bosnia. You’ll know me more as “InfoMea”.I watched your videos for Wellness, Anxiety, Stress Relief and they helped me. Since November 24th, my life changed a lot when i fist day got your mail with these few videos. I practiced a lot, ate fruit, done so much things and my Anxiety stopped for 90%. What you are showing on YouTube, i do every day. Yoga, all kind of things.. But, my old life i throw in trash. There is no more drinkings and cigarettes. I eat in the time, go sleep in the time, wake up early in the morning. Take fruits, vegetables, and read books. Internet i use only 2 hours per day while i am working, not anymore 24 hours or 72 hours in a row..

    Thank you Dr. Neal.
    I spent a lot in searching for my problem on internet. I talked with doctors in my state but they say, if i know so much about this issues why i came them on first place.. Funny..
    But i like more friendly relation with Doctors, than just getting diagnose.. Important is conversation and to understand the patient. As Dr. Neal does, virtual relaxation and that hits directly the brain and patient is 90% calm. There is no issues.. Everything will be okay, look at Dr. Neal what he’s doing with his body… 🙂

    Perfect.. Relief…
    Thank you once again Dr. Neal,
    God Bless you for your kindness

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Music Therapy with Dr. Neal

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

Stress is an elusive force. Tough to recognize, tough to beat.


I’ve found that accompanying your own voice with the guitar or piano is one of the best medical therapies I’ve ever encountered.


If you long to sing and play guitar for fun, this video will help you get over the hump.





Part 2





Share the gift of playing guitar with your family and friends:





Guitar Links:

Ultimate-Guitar.com
Chordfind.com
Guitar Center
Tuner: use Korg chromatic (black) or iphone app called “cleartune”

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