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Take a quick trip to the beach. Breathe deeply into your belly, expanding it. (Belly breathing conveys extra oxygen, energy, and relaxation hormones.) Imagine standing barefoot in soft dry sand on a beautiful beach. Imagine roots growing from your feet … Continue reading
Breathe deeply. Let your belly expand with each inhale. Allow yourself to sink into your seat and rest heavy in the earth. Let the earth support you as she does. Imagine your feet are ankle-deep in rich dark soil. You … Continue reading
It’s remarkable how our personality type offers clues for the locations of stress and blocked energy in our body. If energies are blocked long enough, they may become health issues. Each type tends to constrict with their habitual theme, and relax … Continue reading
We have not been taught and most of us don’t realize we are tremendous empaths. We take on the emotions of others. We feel for each other literally. We do it all the time. It’s estimated that 98% of your … Continue reading
Our thoughts tell us things should be different. Things should be better. And we believe our thoughts. Thus, we suffer, says Katie. We resist what’s happening. We tighten up against it. We stress ourselves. We make ourselves sick over it. … Continue reading
Your mood is a vital key to good health. Negative emotions damage and age our body, but positive emotions restore, repair and refuel us. Good moods keep us younger, stronger, more vibrant. Did you know when we shift our emotions, … Continue reading
Sometimes we’ve got our face in the frying pan. We attach firmly to the-way-I-want-it, and others should want it too. We cling to our own judgments. The liberals hate the conservatives. The conservatives hate the liberals. Even in families, we … Continue reading
Y’know how the ruffled ridges of the brain look like the folds of the small intestine? They have a similar appearance because both maximize their surface area for good processing. The brain processes information; the small intestine processes food. Hmm … Continue reading
What happens when a healthy diet isn’t? Shock and dismay. I was perturbed when my “healthy diet” turned out to be pumping me full of copper. Who would ever suspect this down side of whole grains, beans and legumes, nuts … Continue reading