Peter Baksa spent time in Beijing, China at the Lama Temple living amongst Tibetan monks. He sought to gain insight into their secret recipe for making time stand still.
In Think Yourself Young, Baksa shares the reason their practices are effective. The rituals train the brain to go into a specific wave pattern, which Peter calls “The Faith Wave”. Their diet and way of eating enhance their Spirit connections and Mind influence.
Baksa mirrored what he calls the Tibetan Monk Diet and made drastic improvements in his blood pressure, waistline, skin, and nails. Now, he is sharing his insights and teaching people how they can lead a more youthful, joyous life by simply making the right physical, mental, and dietary changes to their current lifestyles.
Peter has an abundance of tips and advice that can help anyone cut through the self-fulfilling prophecy that equates aging with suffering. Among his areas of expertise are:
– How to change your perception of reality, harness energy, and manifest your desires (Intend, Declare, Detach)
– Meditation and breathing techniques
– Which foods can extend and improve the quality of your life, while helping you slim down. He can also tell you when and how to eat them.
– Vitamins, minerals, and herbal supplements
– Exercising physically and mentally (From daily leisure activities to yoga and Chi-Gong)
– And more
About Peter Baksa
Peter Baksa (www.peterbaksa.com) is an author, investigative journalist, and a professional speaker. He has written several books, including: “The Point of Power”, “It’s None of My Business What You Think of Me”, and “Think Yourself Young”.
Baksa has been featured in multiple national radio shows and he speaks professionally in workshops and seminars across the country. Additionally, his work has been featured in Tony Robbins’ “Breakthrough: The Power of Crisis” section of the Huffington Post.