Archive for the Healing Category

Digital Detox

Digital Detox

Is your technology habit hijacking your brain? Fall, each year, signals the arrival of new Smartphones. And now we have either chosen to hold on to last year’s technology or move onto faster, better and more techno time. A serious problem exists, and is not going away until we rewire our own life. It’s no surprise that we are in the energy flow of mobile device attachment. Yes, attachment to our mobile devices. Do you know that at least 46 percent of participants in a Pew Survey from 2015 said that they “couldn’t live without” their devices. Snapchat, Instagram, and

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9 Ways to Overcome Anxiety

9 Ways to Overcome Anxiety

Anxiety is one of those things that we can do without.  Our feelings of worry, apprehension or fear over something that may or may not happen in the future is all part of what we call anxiety.  And your are not alone.   The Brain And Behavior Research Foundation reports that 40 million American adults live with some anxiety each year. We all have experienced anxiety one time or another when we are not sure about our security or safety.  When we experience anxiety in our body we experience sensations such as heart palpitations, nausea, chest pain, shortness of breath, stomach

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Root Up the Issue

Root Up the Issue

4 Steps to Root Up Our Issues We are all driven by our likes and dislikes, beliefs and non-beliefs, rights and wrongs. Our search for finding out how to be happy and healthy does not need to go any further than exploring our lifestyle habits. When we examine our habits not only of our body but of our thinking process we come to find that our reality is totally a product of all these habits intertwined. How many are in the habit of thinking positively or negatively? What drives our habits is our deep rooted fears. Anyone who is a

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5 Steps to Create A New Habit

5 Steps to Create A New Habit

5 Steps to Create A New Habit We all live with our habits.  They stem from how we sleep to how we get up in the morning.  Habits are both physical and mental – how we move, walk and talk; what we choose to see and hear; what and how we think. They’re rooted very deeply in our mind and create grooves so they go on operating without our awareness. I always suggest that when students want to make positive changes in their life that they create new habits.  The reason for this is because it is much easier to

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8 Strategies to Boost Your Mood

8 Strategies to Boost Your Mood

8 Strategies to Boost Your Mood Depression is one of those things that we can do certainly pass on.  We have all  experienced the feelings of sadness, hopelessness, fatigue and lethargy one time or another in our life.  The big Pharma companies have picked up on the issue but without cure.    It is estimated that more than 20 million Americans, roughly 7%, experience depression.  However, I believe that the numbers are much higher if dysthymia is included in this statistic.  With one in ten using antidepressants there seems to be no cure with conventional approaches, just management. Depression is nothing

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7 Brain Essentials to Focus and Remain Calm

7 Brain Essentials to Focus and Remain Calm

Focus, remaining calm and having a good memory seem to be what most people need to feel good. I have heard people time and time again fearful as to whether they will perhaps be one of the 10 million people who develop Alzheimer’s disease later on in life.  Although no one supplement can guarantee total brain health, I have listed some supplements that I have personally found useful in working with clients and my own diet.  This list is by no means all inclusive, just some that I have had success with working on the path to feel good.  Magnesium:

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What Emotions Are You Feeding?

What Emotions Are You Feeding?

Making Sense of Five Emotions In Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as Ayurvedic Medicine, unrestrained emotions are considered to be just as responsible for illness as are external pathogens. It is now commonly recognized in the West as well as in the East that emotions and stress can cause physical diseases. Each emotion is linked to nature’s  five elements as well as to our organs.  Having the awareness of this process will help us avoid getting ill during times when we are stuck in emotional turmoil.  In order to recognize the emotions that bind our heart, we can use our

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Five Steps to Heal

Five Steps to Heal
Healing means to bring yourself back into balance to make whole. The use of the word, “heal” has been documented before the 12th century, so it is not a new concept. As a  foundational  concept we will look at healing as being necessary when we are out of balance and must return to wholeness. Healing ultimately starts in the mind although many would think it starts in the body. When our mind becomes disturbed, distracted or depressed we need to harness its energy and return it to calm and clarity.  This at times can be very difficult and then weRead more

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