Can you believe how busy your mind is? It has been said that the average human thinks 50-60,000 thoughts a day? (Just how is that measured?!) The majority of those thoughts are negative (I’m not good enough…she doesn’t understand me…there’s … Continue reading
The Chinese have used ear reflexology via acupressure and acupuncture for thousands of years to address all kinds of health issues. Ayurvedic medicine has known for centuries that the marma or energy points in your ears connect to your organs … Continue reading
We live in a culture that is addicted to thinking. With an overload of information coming from every direction, your mind is exhausted taking in and processing this never-ending flood of information. Not sure how this is measured but it … Continue reading
Do you feel like steel bars are imbedded in those shoulders of yours? Why do you insist on carrying the weight of the whole world on your shoulders?! Many of us are in the same boat, holding tightness, tension and discomfort.
How awesome would it be to have someone massage all that stress away? Since everyone else is busy, maybe you could stop and offer this bit of self-care to yourself.
A few focused minutes here and there of conscious massage is a wonderful thing.
Cross one arm over your chest, place it on your opposite shoulder and rub away for an entire minute. Make some noises: moan, grunt, and let the ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ out…you know you want to.
Breathe in deep, rich breaths and exhale your newfound relief.
Now switch sides and take another minute, a full sixty seconds.
Two whole minutes just for you…precious self-care time. After these two blissful minutes, notice how much lighter your load is.
The benefits of these quick massages are cumulative. A quick massage today, another tomorrow and before you know it, those shoulders will feel more and more tended to.
As you re-enter your day, try to keep your shoulders down and a bit more relaxed. Remember, you don’t have to carry it all!
~One key to knowing joy is being easily pleased. Author Unknown~Continue reading
Last night, singing with my local choir was a deep exhale of trauma and stress…it was pure heaven. The two facilitators guided a gaggle of folks who love to sing…no papers, no reading music…instead encouragement to feel the music in … Continue reading
It has been said that guilt is not being in the present moment because of something that happened in the past and that worry is not being in the present moment because of something that may or may not happen … Continue reading
When you hear someone sneeze, your automatic response is to say ”bless you.” Looking into the dictionary, I’ve learned the power of our unique practice. Definition of Blessing: Something promoting or contributing to happiness, and the act of invoking divine … Continue reading
Your body appreciates the energy of tapping because the beating of your heart feels, in essence, like a sort of tapping. When you tap certain places with your fingers, your energy is impacted in a positive way because strong impulses … Continue reading
Many health professionals are now recommending wireless bras since more attention is being paid to the health hazards of having metal on your chest, day in and day out. The wire sits on what are called Neurolymphatic Reflex points. These … Continue reading
As I write now, I am listening to the album, “Feeling Good Today.” Satnam Kaur and her children’s choir are delightfully singing a song named “I am Blessed.” I sing along and welcome the magical and peaceful tone these lyrics … Continue reading