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What is waste? Waste Verb. To consume, spend, or employ uselessly or without adequate return; use to no vail or profit; squander. Or to fail neglect to use. It seems to me in this day in age; waste is everywhere — waste of time, waste of priorities, waste of opportunity. There are a lot of unexpressed, unactualized, and unrealized people. People are sitting in their cubical looking for the next new thing. A token dot on your name tag, congratulating you on a job well done. Or a mediocre raise or bonus structure that never seems to catch up. Waste is anything not worth consuming. I’m sure there are many things on television that fit this category.

So let’s talk about why it is important to know about removing waste from the body. When we talk about the bombardment of chemical potions, toxic agents, and sickening gas fumes that we surround ourselves with on a daily basis, it is easy to see the correlation between waste and squanders. We are steadily squandering our planet living outside of its means, and it tirelessly continues to produce for our every demand and whim. I do believe the earth is self-creating, self finishing, self-cleaning, and otherwise self-sufficient, even in the midst of our chaos and destruction. However, she does provide us clues as to how to live more in sync with her.

removing waste from the body
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Live close to the earth, own a few things, roam around and play. We are starting to look at it more closely as a viable option as we become more humble, more grounded, and more self-sufficient. As we evolve from the factory worker concept into free agents, it is almost a natural progression to come back to the earth. We are no longer tied to a traditional office anymore, and we are free to travel and roam about the country finding ourselves once more. And finding ourselves amongst friends, the other gypsies and hippies that roam around in self-discovery as well.

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As we let go of the walls of destruction, we break free from modern culture. We detox our lives in the sense of that which no longer serves us. We find freedom in being on the planet instead of being in a condo. We are free-roaming creatures living the life we love and have created rather than a life of captivity. Fascinating how the corporate jungle finds ourselves tied to work schedules, conference calls, and mediocre meetings designed to check a box on a list of human resource departments.

The discovery is not to be a launching pad for people, but rather it is a tool to keep people captive for health insurance, stock options, and “economic security.” Don’t get me wrong; I am not opposed to the corporate system. In fact, I am quite fond of it for the structure, discipline, security, and the stability it provides to many. I simply see it from a free-thinking entrepreneur perspective. I think the reason for the lack of containment is my rebellious nature. I never did well in a corporate structure. I still had a lot of my own figuring out. Detox out what no longer serves me.

Letting go of the social standards, and the definitions people have for me has allowed me to be my own free-thinking agent. This free-thinking agency has created a practice that I would bring my daughter to and is a contribution to the world. I appreciate it. I love it. It was risky to put my ideas on paper, let alone bring it to life, but I am truly grateful that I let go of what I thought things should be and allowed for things to be just perfect the way they are… in a lot of ways I found peace. Join me and lets work together as I help you with removing waste from the body so that you can restore your health and go back to enjoy living life every single day.

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