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18 Energy Healing Exercises You Can Try Right Now

18 Energy Healing Exercises

As human beings we are more than our physical bodies. We are comprised of life force energy often referred to as Qi or Chi. This is a spiritual life force that constantly feeds and nourishes us. Our physical bodies would not exist without it. We all have the capacity to connect with our Qi and use energy healing techniques such ... Read More »

Zen, How To Develop A Mindful Approach To Life

Zen Breathe Pebble

A lot of people ask me how a mindful zen approach to living helps me accept the changes in my life. The answer is simple. I constantly find myself “pausing”. Stopping for a mere moment, or a mindful minute, between the busy and chaotic phases of my day. This video explains the practice of the Zen Pause – better known ... Read More »

Video: How To Start Your Meditation Practice In Less Than 3 Minutes

Meditation for beginners

We all know that Meditation is an excellent tool for learning how to get off the treadmill, relax your mind and be present. In addition to the many mind and emotional benefits such as improved emotional balance, better memory and increased learning ability, the health benefits associated with stress and anxiety like reduced tension, deeper respiration, lower blood pressure and improved circulation are all very well researched ... Read More »

Meditation plus Water Element Equals Body Cleansing

I have been searching for different meditation techniques around the internet and I came across the article “Using Water to Clear Your Subtle Body”. This is a type of meditation technique in which water is used to help ground and cleans both our physical and energy bodies. The technique is called “Sahaja Yoga Clearance Technique“, or the Foot Soaking [Water Treatment]. I ... Read More »

5 New EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Resources for Post Traumatic Stress

5th Annual Tapping World

Post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as (PTSD) is a debilitating form of anxiety disorder that is known to develop after someone experiences exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. Symptoms can be severe and very disruptive for the person struggling with them. They include re-experiencing the original trauma(s) through flashbacks or nightmares, avoidance of stimuli associated with the ... Read More »

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