In today's podcast I interview QiGong Master and co-founder of the Satori Method, Tristan Truscott.
As a young man Tristan became involved in the Martial Arts where he began his study of the mind-body-spirit connection. After many years of dedicated training Tristan was granted the coveted level of Black Belt and went on to build a thriving Martial Arts academy with over 300 students.
In the year 2000 Tristan was forced to end his career, due to a crippling back injury. Even after 5 years of intense pain, $10,000 worth of alternative healing treatments, and an unsuccessful $90,000 surgery, Tristan was still unable to walk properly, let alone teach again.
In spite of the pain and disappointment, Tristan pushed onward, reading and studying everything he could about the power of the subconscious mind, visualization, affirmation, meditation, qigong healing and the law of attraction. One day, after years of research, trial and error and wonderful Ah-Ha moments, Tristan finally had his breakthrough. He discovered how to allow the flow of life force energy, combined with the power of his own mental focus, to reverse his condition and expedite his healing.
This exciting discovery, of how the mind-body-spirit connection worked, gave Tristan the ability to fully recover from the injury that had crippled him for so many years. In a desire to share this information with others, Tristan went on to create programs with his wife Sabrina for healing the mind and strengthening the body, using ancient and contemporary mind-body-spirit exercises — these programs have evolved into the Satori Method.
Today Tristan loves helping people grow physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually; it is a joy for him to give back and share what he has learned though his life challenges. Since his healing Tristan built a new mind-body transformation and healing center with over 450 students.
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