Chandler, Ariz. (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
Many people are disconnected from themselves, from others, from their environment, and even from God. They don’t seem to know how to connect their heads with their hearts, their words with their actions, or their minds with their bodies. When the mind, body and soul are not connected, every aspect of one’s being changes, which ultimately leads to poor physical, emotional and spiritual health. How can this issue be addressed? Author Anne Borik, D.O., comes up with something that she knows, without a shadow of doubts, will work and is very good for the human spirit and she introduces it to everyone in her new revealing book, Prayer Prescribed: A Path to Restoring and Preserving your health and well-being.
This book is designed to introduce readers to and empower them with the tools that will help pave the way toward connecting their mind, body and soul. It is a beneficial book that will help readers to learn how to manage stress from a Christian perspective, and it proves that they can change their life, reduce their stress level, enhance their prayer life, increase their energy level, kick start their weight loss goals and restore the balance in their life that they really need. Prayer Prescribed: A Path to Restoring and Preserving your health and well-being presents not a New Age program, but a system anchored in Scripture that incorporates the breath with movement, prayer and music called Sign Chi Do, which is intended to be grounded in Christian values.
Revealing, beneficial and very inspiring, Prayer Prescribed: A Path to Restoring and Preserving your health and well-being is an engaging read everyone will surely find enjoyable and spiritually nourishing.
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About the Author
Dr. Anne Borik was voted one of Phoenix Magazine’s top Valley Doctors and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Exercise Physiology. She currently practices in Gilbert Arizona where she is the Medical Director and founder of Gilbert Hospital Wellness Program. Borik works full times as a Hospitalist caring for all of the patients in the hospital ranging from heart attacks to pneumonia to cancer. As a Eucharistic Minister in the Catholic Faith, Borik on occasion even brings Communion to her patients who request it. Borik has an extensive history in the martial arts and was once ranked third in the world in Women’s Black Belt Division. She started the Pittsburgh Blind Karate School. Borik has combined her martial arts and athletic experience with her medical expertise and firm Christian Faith values to develop this unique approach to health and wellbeing called Sign Chi Do, The Art of Moving Prayer. Borik has led many Retreats and Conferences around the country sharing her medical knowledge and her signature program Sign Chi Do. They include Health Ministry Conferences, Medical Conferences, Cancer Survivor Retreat Workshops, Schools, Hospitals and many churches. She has worked with several of her medical colleagues including neurologist, cardiologist and oncologist to bring this program to their patients. Most recently, Borik has collaborated with Arizona State University and Barrows Neurologic Institute in researching the effects of Sign Chi Do in Parkinson’s Disease and in the process of aging in general. Sign Chi Do is currently be incorporated in several church group ministries around the country and even in Australia, New Zealand, China, and Canada.Borik has produced several instructional DVD’s and continues her path to helping preserve the health and wellbeing of everyone she meets.
PRAYER PRESCRIBED * by Anne Borik, D.O.
“A Path to Restoring and Preserving your health and well-being.”
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