We all know that being centered is a good thing. When you are centered, you are grounded. You bring your energy back into  your body out of your head and out of projecting into the world. You are more able to respond to life instead…

There are four phases to the breath: 1) Inhalation 2) Pause 3) Exhalation and 4) Pause again before your next inhalation. By controlling these phases you can activate and increase different energies to support you in whatever you need to do. As you begin to understand how this works, you will realize how powerful and useful this simple technique can be.
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PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) & Anxiety can be debilitating, but there is a solution.  The PTSD & Anxiety Eraser  (formerly an iphone app) is a quick, 12 minute long, audio process that brings you relief from the uncomfortable emotions and Anxiety associated with PTSD.…

You love yourself based on how much you perceived your parents loved you. If it wasn’t enough, then it’s up to you, now, to send love to those empty places within you. You can’t heal by blaming them, repeating the story over and over, or…

In relaxation, your brain waves first move to the alpha level, just a peaceful relaxation, the kind you get daydreaming, in a hot bath at the end of the day, enjoying a favorite hobby, listening to peaceful music,meditating. Over 3000 studies have been done proving…

Most of us spend a lifetime chasing down happiness…and it somehow is so elusive. I’ll be happy when I graduate, I’ll be happy when I’m married, I’ll be happy when we have a house, I’ll be happy when my bills are paid, etc. Even when…

Ever wonder the kinds of effects stress can have on the body and your everyday life? Stress is recognized as the #1 proxy killer disease today. The American Medical Association has noted that stress is the basic cause of more than 60% of all human…

This is a great post by Serge Kahili King I’m happy to share here. “Sorry, I can’t talk to you now!” “Where’s that blasted folder I need for tomorrow’s meeting?” “I can’t stop thinking about what he/she did to me!” “Good grief! Where did the…