Gilbert, AZ (PRWEB) June 30, 2016
New York Times bestselling author Ilchi Lee will release his latest book, “Belly Button Healing: Unlocking Your Second Brain for a Healthy Life,” on July 11, 2016. Published by Best Life Media, the book introduces Lee’s newest natural health method of the same name. The illustrated paperback is being sold alone and as part of a kit that includes an online course on ChangeYourEnergy.com and the Healing Life Belly Button Healing Wand. Lee designed this ergonomic tool to make Belly Button Healing easier and more effective. The book is currently available for pre-order at major booksellers.
Belly Button Healing involves regular and mindful stimulation of the navel. It is called an “internal workout that vitalizes the gut and entire body from the inside out.” Many health specialists now recognize the importance of the gut to mental and physical health. Ilchi Lee believes that, as the center point of the gut area, the belly button acts as a “reset button” for overall health. Belly Button Healing builds on the known benefits of acupressure massage, myofascial release, probiotics, and other gut therapies while simplifying the technique used.
Prior to the book’s publication, Lee has been lecturing on the topic in several countries, and many people have already been practicing the method. They report experiencing pain relief, improved range of motion, happier and calmer mood, relief from constipation, better circulation, and other benefits. Some of them are healthcare providers. One doctor, Edward Jang, MD, a family practitioner in La Palma, California, said after trying Belly Button Healing, “My shoulder loosened up and the sciatic pain in my left side lessened, and I could raise my leg much higher.” Another, Deborah Coady, MD, an OB/GYN in New York City who is a pelvic pain expert and a co-author of “Healing Painful Sex,” also benefited from the practice. She claimed, “I’ve been using Belly Button Healing on myself, and I’ve found that it has lessened the intestinal side effects of the medications I must take every three weeks, making me much more comfortable.”
Part of the basis for Belly Button Healing lies in East Asian Medicine, which looks at health in terms of balanced and unimpeded energy flow through energy lines, or meridians positioned along the body. Along these lines are energy points through which energy enters and leaves the body. The belly button is an important energy point because of its location at the body's center. When this point is stimulated, energetic blockages are released from all of the meridians. This creates a healthy internal environment where illness is unlikely to manifest.
“Belly Button Healing” describes these East Asian Medicine principles, as well as the physical and philosophical basis of the method. It also contains step-by-step instructions on how to do the method on oneself or a partner. The practice is touted as a way to foster deeper connections with oneself and other people. Lee writes, “I hope that with this accessible self-healing method, vibrant, holistic health and a broader awakening to who you are become normal parts of your life.”
More information about Belly Button Healing can be found at BellyButtonHealing.com.
About the Author
Ilchi Lee has developed many successful brain–body training methods, including Body & Brain Yoga and Brain Education, and has written 40 books, including the New York Times bestseller, "The Call of Sedona." He also reaches out to many people by working with the United Nations and other organizations for global peace. He serves as the president of the University of Brain Education, the Global Cyber University, and the International Brain Education Association. For more information about Ilchi Lee and his work, visit ilchi.com or his Facebook page.
About the Publisher
Best Life Media produces books, CDs, DVDs, and other tools that are designed to support a lifestyle based on continuous personal growth and enrichment. As an independent publisher based in Gilbert, Arizona, they are dedicated to providing positive and supportive resources through which individuals can create happier, healthier, and more peaceful lives for themselves and their community. Their work can be followed on Facebook, Twitter, or at BestLifeMedia.com.