How Food Programming Links to Your Subconscious Mind

by Amish Shah November 07, 2016

Feed your mind positive thoughts . . .  healthy food . . . and with these food programming techniques!

Learn how to incorporate food programming into your daily practice in this video. This is Level 7 Video 7 of the Project Yourself Course:

Watch this video to learn more about how to truly rule your health, wealth, and happiness. 

Do you know how important it is to keep a healthy life? Your health impacts the way you see yourself and the world.

Programming your food is also another VERY powerful tool for consistently feeding your subconscious what it needs to create what you want. Food programming goes beyond focusing on “what you eat,” and expands to how you can literally “program” what you eat—and ultimately your very cells—with your positive expressions and intentions.

Salt, water, and food are programmable through your intrinsic energy, mantras, and nada yoga practice.

 

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