Can you talk to your body?
Is it possible to hear your body talk to you?
Could you help your body to get healthy and heal acute or chronic diseases? Could your body return to its ideal shape on its own? Imagine your life inside a healthy body. No doctor's appointments. No health limitations. Imagine your body to return into shape that is healthiest for it.
Otakara Klettke shares in her book Hear Your Body Whisper, How to Unlock Your Self-Healing Mechanism how she has learned to communicate with her body.
From a sick childhood and constant health limitations, the author spent first 20 years of her life often being in a hospital or home in bed. When she slowly discovered that there is a way to communicate with her body her life turned around.
Hear Your Body Whisper is a result of obsessive research, personal experience, and rediscovering the connection between our bodies and minds that naturally exists in every one of us.
Otakara Klettke separates her mind and soul from her body. She explains that your body is filled with trillions of microorganisms that are responsible for the well-being of your body. By understanding your body's inhabitants, you can guide them to address acute and chronic diseases. Your body will also settle in the body shape it is meant to be naturally. Mind-body connection has never been so clear! No doctor or healer is able to listen to your body since they do not reside in it. You can and you should!
Rooted in science this book offers a mindful way to love, respect and celebrate your body. Using Hippocrates' methods and combining them with modern research you can help your body to reach its potential!
©2016 Otakara Klettke (P)2016 Otakara Klettke
I nearly passed on buying this book because I feared it would be too mystical or metaphysical. To my immense surprise, it was very well grounded in fact and science. It's true that the author discusses "listening to your body", and meditation, but does so in a very understandable way. Think of it as "getting in touch with your body". If you should be eating better, treating your body better, or tuning-up your body - then you should absolutely get this book. I strongly recommend this book/audiobook. It's good for your health.
The author's story as well as the narrator's presentation with captivating from the start. There is a peace that infuses HEAR YOUR BODY WHISPER.
I really appreciated Klettke's openness and gentle style. Her wisdom seems beyond her years in life. I think all people everywhere would benefit from her story and advice -- they just need to be open to the concept and allow themselves to believe in their body's wisdom.
No I have not. Her gentle demeanor fit well with the author's style and message.
I received confirmation of what I too believe is the benefit and truth that lies within our bodies. Affirmation is always reinforcing.
With the negative effects from the food industry that have been accruing over the past 40-50 years that have inflicted havoc upon our health, we must pay attention to the slight nuances of discomfort and learn to listen more closely to what our bodies are trying to tell us and then do our own research and make decisions to protect ourselves from the devastation that the industry perpetuates. Books like HEAR YOUR BODY WHISPER need to be widely read and heard.
Practicing Idealist, Dabbling Realist ;)
In a recent book I listened to by Frederick Dodson, Levels of Energy, he explained that when someone is at a really low point in their life or energy level you don't try to help them with advice that is right for someone who has more energy or gumption.
Invariably, when someone says they have this or that health issue I'll recommend this or that book by some MD or PhD researcher, usually with citations included and a lot of big science-y words.
Now, I realize that when a person is really sick, or tired, or just starting out to figure out how to help themselves get better, they would do better to ease into the world of nutrition and health information and self-education.
This book, with the gentle narration and concise and condensed information that is in positive and plain language is perfect for some people who are just starting. Or, even for someone who has read a lot of books and just wants something optimistic and hopeful and friendly and is a great summary of the main information to remember.
This is both a feel-good book and a get-better book.
As a fitness professional and health enthusiast, I really recommend this audio book to anyone who not only wants to learn more about the body but to truly connect to the power we have as a human species in controlling our health and wellness and in turn entire life by becoming more aware of the machine that our body is. So glad I found this!
Veteran- Author and Speaker, from the Mid Atlantic
This is the first in a non fiction genre that I've listened to, and it's definitely encouraged me to listen to others of its kind.
Klettke provides the backstory and science behind what has been reduced to nearly lore in the medical community. She reinforces the "gut" beliefs that I formed early in my exposure to the fitness industry.
The presentation of the narrative was not rushed, and the delivery was what helped keep the material flowing. It was very much like she had a cursory knowledge of the material.
I've been a fitness professional since the late 1990's. Moving from subjective sports, to sports entertainment, and now into tactical and functional fitness has allowed my practices to adjust, without changing my principles. This book bolstered my principles while revealing my practices that I had even been unaware of.
This was a great discovery for this next season of my fitness career. Thank you for sharing such a strong case for a belief long held by the core fitness professionals.
Listening to this book was such a pleasure. The narrator's voice is so soothing and Otakara's story is full of great information, but also anchored in wisdom acquired only through experience. Loved this one.
Information I already had but it is condensed beautifully. The challenge is following it. My body thanks Otakara for this book.
Not better, but complementary. Marnye Young emphasized different words than I did in my reading, and this aided in a deeper comprehension.
The author, of course.
Yes, how the author had the courage to face her difficulties and rise above them--and then to go on to live a fruitful, productive life. And this after having faced challenges that would have reduced others to the acceptance of a short life of illness.
If you have ever faced health challenges that the medical profession is unable to adequately address, this book might be just what you need to allow you to consider and to think of your situation--and a way out--differently.
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