Good advice.:)

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Sometimes my clients tell me that they feel anxious. When I ask them if they know in what part of their body they are holding the anxiety, they usually don’t know. It’s very common that we feel anxious or stressed but don’t know how to locate how we are holding onto it in our bodies. The next time you feel anxious, use the following list to see if you can identify where you are holding onto the anxiety and try your best to release it. Over time you can identify the particular ways you hold anxiety in your body, catch yourself doing it sooner, and soften with more ease.

Is it your eyes orforehead?
When we are anxious or worried we often frown, pulling our forehead into a squint or pinched position. You might experience headaches because of this.

Make an effort to close your eyes for a…

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Great Tips on How to Think Your Way to Health

Turns out that how you think about your stressors has a great impact on your mental and physical health. This short video offers some tips on how to keep yourself healthy.

(Check out some of Dr.Evans’ other videos…one of my favorites is: 23 and 1/2 hours…it seems that 1/2 an hour of exercise, every day goes a long way to cure what ails you.)

Enhance Creativity in Australia

A lovely Infographic by, an exploration of the truth behind colours, and how we subconsciously react to them.

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I’ve been looking for an interesting post on flower essences that treat emotions….and here it is.:)

Hands-of-Faith Holistic Healing Centers® Blog

The harmonizing and healing properties of flowers have been acknowledged and utilized throughout history. The ancient Egyptians as well as the Australian Aboriginals made use of flowers to heal the emotions. In the 16th century, Paracelsus described collecting dew from flowering plants, diluting it and using this essence to treat various disorders. Now, in the West, flower remedies have been used with great success for more than 65 years thanks to Dr. Edward Bach‘s rediscovery and formulation of them.

Prior to the pharmaceutical revolution that followed World War II, plant-based remedies were the predominant form of medical therapy. Herbal medicines make use of fresh or dried plants — leaves, roots, stems, flowers and sometimes the fruit — in medicinal preparations. Herbal tinctures are extracted oils and other substances from various parts of a plant through the use of heat or alcohol. Homeopathic remedies are created by diluting…

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The health benefits of art…:)

Ignite Your Life Though Action

My recent travels into researching therapies to help a friend recover from a stroke have yielded some interesting results. Art appreciation was recommended by research conducted at the University Tor Vergata School of Nursing in Rome. Compared were stroke survivors who enjoyed art and their quality of life after a stroke and those who did not. The numbers from the 192 study participants were a fairly equal split. Art in this study was described as music, painting, theatre. Recovery outcome for art lovers was described as:

“…of positive physical and mental health benefits. They had more energy, better general health and improved mobility. They were also happier, less anxious or depressed and had better memory and communication skills”.

If this does not sound positive enough, lead author Dr. Ercole Vellone, assistant professor in nursing science at the University Tor Vergata, said:

“The results underscore the value of lifelong exposure to…

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