Relief from Anxiety

PTSD and Anxiety Eraser

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. It uses Energy Psychology techniques that focus on healing the energy body that was damaged by the trauma and the emotions associated with that injury. You focus solely on the energy sensation in your body without need to recall or relive disturbing events. In this process, while you are guided through the healing of your energy body, you will also learn how to do this process for yourself anytime and anywhere for any disturbing emotions. As you repeat this process when needed,your energy body and emotions will clear and heal. The PTSD & Anxiety Eraser can be used for PTSD, or any strong emotion from… Read the rest....
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Quiet Your Racing Mind and Find Inner Peace

For many years Huna was a secret. That’s what the word ‘Huna’ means and it’s become the name we use to describe an amazing and ancient system of knowledge. Of course, before it was a secret it was well-known for a very long time, having its origins over 35, 000 years ago. For anything to last that long, it has to work. And Huna does. The Huna system describes humans as having of three minds: a subconscious, conscious and Higher Self. A trinity. Knowing how these minds work and communicate allows each of us to start living our lives consciously. It allows us to purposefully create what we want, heal what needs healing and live a life of joy and love. It teaches that all power lies within and there are no limits. You, right now, have the power to create, heal and live a joyous free life. It is… Read the rest....
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A Quick, Easy Way to Quiet Your Mind

We often find ourselves far from our center, far from our Self, with our thoughts dragging us everywhere but home. It is not onlly frustrating but stressful, when your mind starts running around like a wild horse and it can be very difficult to stop the run-away process. So, how to get out of that racing state and get back to your calm center?  How wonderful to be able to quiet your mind when it gets into that repetitive, racing, out-of-control state. Here is a quick way to do this that you can do anytime, anywhere during your day. This is a very simple technique I developed, but as you will see, it's very effective and even thouugh it is simple, there is alot going on to put you in the present moment and relax your racing mind!   The Technique Start to breathe deeply and slowly. Create a gentle… Read the rest....
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Inner Smile Meditation

When: Whenever you are sitting with nothing to do.  Step 1: Breathe From the Mouth “Relax the lower jaw and let your mouth open just slightly. Start breathing from the mouth, but not deeply. Just let the body breathe so it becomes more and more shallow. And when you feel that the breath has become very shallow and your mouth is open and jaw relaxed, your whole body will feel very relaxed.  Step 2: Feel a Smile “In that moment, start feeling a smile — not on your face but all over your being — and you will be able to. It is not a smile that comes on the lips; it is an existential smile that spreads just inside. Try and you will know what it is, because it cannot be explained. No need to smile with your lips on your face but just as if you are smiling from the belly,… Read the rest....
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Regular Meditation Permanently Changes Your Brain for the Better

Did you know that meditation can actually change your brain for the better? Recent studies have confirmed that just as regular exercise strengthens your muscles, regular meditative states strengthen the parts of your brain associated with happiness and positive behavior. There is even a new field of psychology called contemplative neuroscience that studies this phenomenon. Richard Davidson, a long time meditator and trained psychologist at the University of Wisconsin has produced evidence through scanning the brains of  Buddhist monks with over 100,000 hours of meditation practice, that meditation permanently changes the brain for the better by increasing concentration and empathy and that meditation has the effect of stimulating the brain’s limbic system thought to be responsible for generating positive emotions. Another study showed changes in the meditators’ brains in as little as eight weeks, and more importantly, showed that the positive changes were sustained over time. The brains had been… Read the rest....
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