53 minutes | Mar 30th 2021

Ep 87- The Standing Meditation for Improved Bone and Overall Health | Nate Rifkin

"When it comes to energetic practices, the feedback of feeling good is quick enough that it amplifies your own motivation" -Nate Rifkin Nate Rifkin has prospered by combining ancient mystical practices with modern strategies for living. When he began his inner journey, Nate was suicidal and drank alcohol every morning to get through the day. He dropped out of college, went broke, bankrupt, and even worked on street corners waving around a sign to afford rent and food. Nate learned a little-known spiritual discipline that helped him transform his thoughts, emotions, and financial life. This practice from the Daoist mystical tradition even helped him find love. Today, as a leader in the field of business, he has written marketing campaigns that have generated tens of millions of dollars in sales. His newly published book, The Standing Meditation, is highly reviewed and has already hit the #1 New Release in multiple categories on Amazon. In today’s interview, we delve into the Standing Meditation and how we can use this powerful simple practice to improve our bones, overall health and enhance our lives.    Links:  Visit The Standing Meditation: www.thestandingmeditation.com  Margie’s free 3 Hidden Steps to Happiness Webinar on April 6th – https://happymehappylife.mykajabi.com/happiness-webinar   Timestamps: [02:36] Nate’s Story: how he flipped his outlook on life despite his circumstances[13:53] Looking for answers- how the standing meditation got started[20:35] Introduction to The Standing Meditation- and how to start[24:13] The concept of “chi” and how it defies language, and borders[30:12] The importance of tongue placement[37:16] What Nate has seen from the participants of The Standing Meditation DISCLAIMER – The information presented on this podcast should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to replace consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The ideas shared on this podcast are the expressed opinions of the guests and do not always reflect those of Margie Bissinger and the Happy Bones, Happy Life program.
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