Video – RESET Your Body – Why Would I Do a Cleanse?

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A cleanse may make sense for you…it may be ridiculous – take the time and watch so that you can make your own decision – then you’ll at least know for yourself!

Terry Givens talks about why he performs a cleanse annually and how it’s helped him RESET his body for the past 6 years. Cleansing and Detox seem to be on everyone’s lips lately. Why?

Terry talks about the over 100 individuals that he’s helped change their lives with different types of body cleanses.

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4 Responses to Video – RESET Your Body – Why Would I Do a Cleanse?

  1. Dean Redd January 9, 2013 at 9:13 am

    Terry –

    I believe I know you from the past….maybe. I used to work at Prosper in Utah and you worked at Tahitian Noni (Morinda). I remember giving you a ride home one day from work I believe. Maybe you’re the same Terry. I work for FortuneBuilders and looking forward to the call this morning!!

    Dean Red

    • Terry Givens January 9, 2013 at 9:17 am

      Hi Dean. Sorry. Different Terry. I’m sure we’ll meet soon!

      • Ali March 6, 2015 at 7:03 am

        In all honesty, I’m tmetped to question #1. I’d be interested in hearing a justification from Aaron that didn’t collapse into might=right. I’m not sure I understand you here; are you saying that God’s actions would, by his nature, compel us into similar actions despite their outcome? Meaning that if you changed the proposition into something like, If God hates people, then people are good to hate’ it would still be true? (I think it would be true, but my assumption of God is that he would be the definer of morality, and all things that he does would be considered good.) In that way, I’m not sure I understand what you mean by might; for, whatever God does is necessarily the right thing to do, if my assumption of God is the correct assumption.Appealing to the mystical is necessary for understanding God as the foundation of our worth, but we can also make certain assumptions about God’s character based on how we think the world is ordered. In any belief system there’s a point in which you have to buy into something on faith; my assumptions about God are based on faith. I could be totally wrong, but with those assumptions in place, it’s easy to develop a theory of how we could gain intrinsic worth based on God’s attributions. So, yeah, in a major sense we are appealing to an unknown in order to say something definitive and, I think, demonstrable (which would be my syllogism, which is based on assumptions resting in faith and ultimately unknowable). In another sense, we’re only doing the sort of guesswork we do daily; and, in that sense, I think we’re dealing appropriately with unknowns. Because of that, if props 1 and 2 are true, then the whole rests validly and soundly.Yet, it’d be damned hard to show that those two are true. What’d Wittgenstein say? Something like: At the end of every well founded belief lies a belief that’s unfounded.’

  2. tracy January 20, 2013 at 7:37 am

    Great video buddy…..I always use the car analogy with my clients as well. I can’t imagine going through life without cleansing. 🙂

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