ZEN+ : Simple, Direct, Effective : ZEN+ Benefits

Do you know what works best for you?

By Marcus Santer

As I stood looking out of my woffice window this morning after my Qigong practice I had to smile to myself.

I couldn’t help thinking about how from a big picture view we humans are all pretty much exactly the same and yet when you get up close we’re very, very different.

Truth is, as I write this you’re: 1 in 7,314,095,159

There is no other person on this planet like you.

Nobody with your skill set, your life experience or personal qualities.

And there never will be another like you – ever.

You’re as unique as your finger prints, so what makes you think when it comes to your strength, health and vitality what’s right for someone else is going to be right for you?

Let me explain…

ZEN+ came about because when I hit 40 and looked at myself in the mirror I didn’t like how I looked or how I felt.

And because I couldn’t distract myself from these icky feelings by going out and buying a Porsche, I decided to go into research mode instead.

After 3 years of self experimentation, dead-ends, frustrations and roadblocks I discovered simple, direct and effective tools that changed how I looked and felt about myself for the better.

And ZEN+ was born.

All of the tools in the ZEN+ project come from tried and tested, backed by repeatable scientific studies where possible, sources and masters. Who’ve helped others to create lasting change.

So you can be confident that if you adopt a ZEN+ lifestyle your life will change profoundly for the better.

How will it change?

You’ll find 67 measurable benefits you can expect from practicing a ZEN+ lifestyle here.

Now having said all that, not everyone responds to things in the same way, for example: one way of exercising might not give you as good results as another.

Because you’re unique.

So, do you know:

For you?

Because one size doesn’t fit all.

So to really get the very best out of the ZEN+ project you might need to fine-tune it by engaging in a bit of self experimentation like I did after my 40th birthday.

Here’s how.

  1. Take a look at page 195 of the ZEN+ book
  2. Take a look at the four key areas of ZEN+ and choose one you’d like to work on.
  3. Take a look at the list of tools and teachings for that area and choose one to focus on.
  4. Decide how you’re going to implement it in your life (research the ZEN+ book for ideas) and then do it exclusively for 1 to 3 months to get a baseline.
  5. Then modify or change it in some way and do it for another 1 to 3 months.
  6. Was it better? Worse?
  7. Make more adjustments or go back to step 1 and focus on another key area of ZEN+

It’s vital when doing your own experiments to make certain you measure what you’re doing so you don’t miss possible improvements. You’ll find the whole of Chapter 12 of the ZEN+ book essential reading for this.

Remember, you’re unique and therefore you might not respond as brilliantly to one form of:

  1. Energizing activity
  2. Exercise
  3. Eating program
  4. Mindset tool

As someone else.

Fortunately there’s plenty of options to choose from in the ZEN+ project so make sure you invest some time to self experiment and discover what gives you the most bang for your buck.

Bye for now


P.S. When you look at the list of benefits practicing the Qigong exercise Nourishing Kidneys has to offer, it’s easy to see how it could compete for the title of Best Qigong Exercise.

Yet out of the 100+ forms I know, it’s got to be one of my least favourites.

Cosmic Shower works much better for me <--- I’ll be teaching this in Norway in October.

The deadlift is considered to be one of the ultimate full body work outs in existence, but there isn’t a gym near me that has the equipment I’d need to practice it, I can’t afford the equipment to practice it myself and I can’t find someone to train me to do it properly.

Callisthenics works much better for me.

Fasting for 24 hours once or twice a week makes me feel like screaming…

Fasting for 15 hours a day works best for me.

So what?

The most important question is, when it comes to:

  1. Zest
  2. Exercise
  3. Nutrition
  4. Mindset

What works best for you?

Get started here.