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"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."

- Gandhi

What's our "WHY"? 

A more compassionate world. 

Momentum built a foundation upon three core principles of commanding the mind, nourishing the body and loving the soul,  

because we believe that in order to change the world,

we must be the change that we wish to experience. 

Our membership was designed to help you live your best life whilst giving back to others in the process, which in turn will have a positive ripple effect on the world.

The Brain Follows The Body

Science is now proving that we get physiologically addicted in our cells and in our body to an emotion that we are receiving massive doses of.  The subconscious mind processes 40 billion bits of information per second, whereas the logical mind processes a mere 40 bits.  Trauma and pain are stored in our subconscious, leaving our logical brain wide open for a stealthy attack, until we learn to command the mind.  

The Body Seeks Balance

A lack of essential nutrients and improper pH is known to contribute to the onset of poor mental health due to the fact that 90% of our Serotonin is produced in the gut.  Serotonin works by causing intestinal contractions which stimulate digestion, and if digestion is hindered, so too is our ability to produce that wonderful "feel good" chemical.  

Therefore, it is crucial to our happiness that we

 nourish the body. 

The Soul Expands With Love

Spirituality and science meet as a powerhouse of healing when we love ourselves in a healthy way.  Letting go of the past, acceptance of what is, and an empowered attitude of gratitude are essential for prosperity.  The people and situations you allow into your space are equally as important as the foods you put into your body.  

This is the wisdom of loving your soul.

"Trust yourself.  Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life.  Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement."

- Golda Meir

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