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PARADOX, MEDITATION & EMOTIONS

As with any blog I write, you are more than welcome to agree or disagree with any or all of the information provided. This information is given to start a dialogue with one intent.  To help us to understand where we are so we can imagine where we need to be and what...

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GROUNDING: What does it mean?

The term grounding has become quite popular recently.  I often hear friends and colleagues mention not feeling grounded or wishing they were more grounded.  I must confess, for the longest time, I used the term myself without really being able to define what it meant....

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OXYGEN and the BODY: FAQs & BREATH WORK

What percentage of the body is composed of oxygen? By mass, 99% of the human body is made up of six elements.  These elements include oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium and phosphorus.  Oxygen represents approximately 65%.   Why does the body require oxygen?...

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ACHIEVING GOALS: 3 FACTORS

Have you ever wondered why some goals are more easily attained than others and why, regardless of how hard we try, other goals are never realized?   There are 3 factors to achieving any goal:   Goals must always be for our highest good - for the good of all and for...

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DISTRACTIONS can INCREASE STRESS

I recently discovered what I thought to be an act of kindness towards myself, was nothing more than a distraction, and I was actually increasing my stress levels - inadvertently causing myself more harm than good. I thought that watching a movie - regardless of the...

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WHAT IS ENERGETIC BALANCE?

When I think of balance, I automatically think of a scale. A large, cumbersome scale with weights. I picture how the scale starts off with one side higher than the other - weights are added or removed - until balance between the sides is reached. Then I think of how...

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CARE PROVIDER STRESS – EMOTIONAL STRESS

What makes a care provider susceptible to emotional stress? Consider that words and by extension, stories, are like tuning forks. They carry a sound and a vibration which is felt by the speaker, the listener and the witness. Dr. Emoto, a Japanese scientist, introduced...

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WORKPLACE WELLNESS PROGRAM FAQs

How easy is it to set-up a workplace wellness program? - Very easy, all you need is at least one participant and a private location large enough to host the session being conducted. - Individual sessions require a floor space of 6’ x 10’. - Group sessions require a...

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REIKI FAQs including BENEFITS

What is Reiki? Reiki is a complementary, non-invasive Japanese technique promoting a state of deep relaxation.  In this state, the body moves toward balance and better function. The practitioner is a conduit for Reiki or "universal energy" which is offered to the...

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STRESS FAQs and the BODY

What is stress? Stress is defined as the body’s response to demands or pressures. These demands or pressures are known as stressors. Stressors can be internal or external, of our own making or thrust upon us, like deadlines at work. Stressors can be both positive and...

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SPECIALIZED KINESIOLOGY BASICS

What is Touch for Health™ (TFH) and Specialized Kinesiology? TFH and Specialized Kinesiology are non-invasive complementary techniques using muscle monitoring - a bio-feedback mechanism - to detect stress or energetic imbalances within the body. These techniques are...

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REFLEXOLOGY FAQs including BENEFITS

What is Reflexology? It is not a tissue massage as a massage targets muscles and tendons. Reflexology is a complementary technique. It is a non-invasive, hands-on technique using gentle to moderate finger pressure to stimulate reflex points on the feet and/or hands....

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