Body, Mind and Spirit Cleanse – A 6 part Journey

Body, Mind and Spirit Cleanse – A 6 part Journey

Thursdays, March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7, 14, 7-8:30pm. With ReSheeda Bowman, Renee Adamson and Helen Chin Lui The Healing Place is pleased to offer a six session cleanse program designed to cleanse the body, mind and spirit. Our healing program comprises of cleansing and nourishing the body, quieting and refocusing the mind with meditation, and renewing and awakening the spirit with mindfulness and celebration. Our program is designed to help you to: • Inspire and motivate you to make healthy food choices; • Incorporate helping tips for physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being; • Integrate helpful tools and teachings to find balance in your daily life; • Activate a positive transformation so that you can achieve what you are looking for. These classes are interactive, informative and supportive! This program will includes nutritional supplements to aid in the cleanse. Each class will begin with a positive affirmation and conclude with a meditation (meditations will be recorded for your use) to reflect and to help you absorb the experience. There will be time for questions within each of the classes, and best of all you don’t need any prior experience to cleanse or meditate to participate. Just come with an open mind. Week 1: Understanding and Mentally Pumping for the Body Cleanse – How to restructure (or repatterning) your mind and body to get ready for the cleanse. Week 2:  Get Ready for the Body Cleanse – We will explore various food plans, what supplements are helpful for detoxification, and establish mindful eating patterns. Week 3: Living a Joyful Life and the Half Way Point – How often do the voices in your head keep you from moving ahead in your life? Every time you want to make a change you run the same redundant dialogue in your head. In this session you will learn how to interpret the voices and put them to bed to break the “stuck cycle”. Week 4: What is your Role after the Cleanse? – a congratulations on completing the program as well as a certificate for finishing the cleanse. There will also be a talk about the dark and light sides of the food saboteurs and how to stay on track to keeping healthy. Week 5: Amplifying your Positive Energy – Discuss how energy can be amplified with flower essence, as well as owning your powers and how to support your digestive system every day. Week 6: Celebrating your Spirit – Discuss how positive and negative energies affect your cellular levels, and how to break repeatable negative cycles. The class will end with a cleansing fire ceremony. Cost: $300. To register About Our Practitioners ReSheeda Bowman is a Certified Holistic Practitioner & Reiki Master through Women of Wisdom School and a certified Kundalini Reiki Practitioner from Center of Westwood. She served as an apprentice at The Herbal Academy of New England. ReSheeda specializes in body cleansing program at The Sacred Self in Canton, MA. Renee Adamson – Renee is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She specializes in helping women with blood sugar imbalances, fatigue, and chronic conditions feel their best. She empowers her clients to achieve their individual physical, mental and spiritual health goals through simple lifestyle changes, one small step at a...

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Brigham and Women’s Hospital Invites the Healing Place to 2016 Nurses’ Wellness Fair

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Invites the Healing Place to 2016 Nurses’ Wellness Fair

Brigham and Women’s Hospital has invited the Healing Place to another nurses’ wellness fair on January 11, 2016. (This will make our fourth year.) Therapeutic Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui is always delighted to be invited and be recognized as a community Reflexologist. Helen helps people to find much needed relief from stress and pain. As always the nurses have begun to sign up for their mini relaxation reflexology sessions. She feels if she can give nurses relaxing reflexology sessions it will help to break up their daily routines and they can help their patients better. Good for them and good for Helen. —————– About the reflexologist – Helen Chin Lui is a therapeutic certified Reflexologist, certified Energy Medicine and Reiki practitioner. She is the owner of the Healing Place in Medfield, MA. She specializes in helping clients with chronic digestive disorders and chronic pain. If you like a free copy of “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing,” please visit www.healingplacemedfield.com and sign up for our newsletter. As a bonus you will receive health tips, products and services. To learn how Reflexology, chakra balancing or energy medicine can help you, email us at Healing Place or call us at 508 359-6463 to schedule a FREE...

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How Do We Store Negative Energy When We Get Upset?

How Do We Store Negative Energy When We Get Upset?

If we are happy and able to let go of negative feelings and anger. We can most likely can stay healthy and prevent or delay the onset of illness and diseases. If we are hold on to negative feelings or are living a stressful life, more often than not, these suppressed feelings can and will trigger physical and emotional illness programmed into our DNA. Most of us are taught from a young age that in order to have good health we must take care of ourselves by eating the right foods, exercising and getting good restful sleep. However, as we get older and go about daily mundane tasks we often lose sight of  our ability to connect with our inner self. We become becoming “unconscious” and/or  “robotic”, performing in the same manner day after day. We overload our daily schedules with tasks that leave us feeling overburdened and stressed. When this happens not only our spirit gets crushed but our bodies usually suffer also. Learning to be aware of how we feel is the first step to hearing our bodies’ messages when we need to stop and listen to our inner messages. How do you start? Meditation is always good. By learning to be quiet and be in the moment is extremely helpful. Meditation helps me to release stress and be mindful about my thoughts. I can process them without judgement and self-criticism. It is kind like watching a TV show. I’m there in the room with myself and I’m just watching without getting emotionally involved. About the writer – Helen Chin Lui is a certified Reflexologist, certified Energy Medicine and Reiki practitioner. She is the owner of the Healing Place in Medfield, MA. She specializes in helping clients with chronic digestive disorders and chronic pain. If you like a free copy of “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing,” please visit www.healingplacemedfield.com and sign up for our newsletter. As a bonus you will receive health tips, products and services. To learn how Reflexology, chakra balancing or energy medicine can help you, email us at Healing Place or call us at 508 359-6463 to schedule a FREE consultation.  ...

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Why are You Constipated?

Why are You Constipated?

Nobody likes to talk  about constipation, yet the health of our bowels is pivotal to our overall health status. Anyone who has experienced constipation knows how uncomfortable it is…but could constipation be just the tip of the iceberg? In this post we will look at what the dietary and lifestyle choices that lead to constipation as well as some ways to improve bowel health. Visit, bit.ly/1zxhKSP to learn more about your body, and how constipation is caused, and what you can do to help prevent it. ———– For our the Healing Place Medfield’s free report “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing” click here. Interested in Reiki or Reflexology? Call The Healing Place Medfield at (508) 359-6463 to schedule a free consultation, or email Helen at...

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Turkey Chili Recipe

Turkey Chili Recipe

Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 40 minutes Notes: Serves 6 In the Lui household we triple this recipe. The pot lasts approximately 2 days for 3 people. We serve the Chili with boiled hot dogs, steamed rice and a dollop of low fat sour cream. For a large crowd or for bigger eaters, the triple version of the recipe is noted below.   This recipe is heart healthy (except for the hot dog and lite sour cream.) There is no added fat to the recipe other than whatever meat you choose. If using hamburger, we use 85-90% lean. You may omit the meat to make this a vegetarian dish, see note below. Be careful if you choose to use jalapeno pepper. The oil from the seeds can burn your eyes if accidentally rubbed (you may want to wear gloves.) Ingredients ½ -1 lb ground turkey meat (you can substitute with either beef, pork or chicken) 2 cans  29 oz beans, rinsed and drained (either pinto, chickpeas, black, pigeon, dark or light red bean) 1 small onion, chopped 1 medium sweet green pepper, chopped ½ of 3 oz can of tomato paste (you can freeze the remaining) 1.5 C water 1 28 oz can of either whole or diced tomato 1-2 cloves garlic, chopped 1 bay leaf 2 T chili powder 1 t cumin powder ¼-½ whole jalapeno pepper, cut pepper in 4 quarters with or without seeds (optional – adds lots of heat) Salt and pepper to taste Directions Heat a large pot over medium heat.  Add meat to the pan and sauteed until browned and crumbled (it is not necessary to add oil to the pan.)  Add  beans, onion, green pepper, tomato paste, canned tomato, garlic, bay leaf, chili powder, cumin, water and optionally jalapeno pepper. Stir to incorporate ingredients. Turn the heat up to high, cover, and bring to boil.  As soon as the pot comes to a boil, turn down heat to low. Simmer for 30-45 minutes, stirring from time to time so that the beans do not stick to the bottom of the pot. Taste the chili after half an hour. If you prefer a stronger tasting chili, add additional chili  and cumin powder and continue to cook. Once cooked, remove jalapeno pepper. Vegetarian Option For vegetarian dish, heat a large pot over medium heat with enough oil to coat the bottom of the pan until hot. Add garlic brown, onion and green pepper and sauteed for about 3 minutes, then add the remaining ingredients and follow the directions above. Triple Your Recipe 1 lb ground turkey meat (you can substitute with either beef, pork or chicken) 6 cans  29 oz beans, rinsed and drained (either pinto, chickpeas, black, pigeon, dark or light red bean) 1 large onion, chopped 1 large sweet green pepper, chopped 1 3 oz can of tomato paste 3 C water 1 28 oz can of either whole or diced tomato 3-5 cloves garlic, chopped 1 bay leaf 4-5 T chili powder 1-2 T cumin powder ½  of whole  jalapeno pepper, cut in half, leave seeds in or not (optional – adds lots of heat) Salt and pepper to taste Follow cooking directions above. About the creator – Helen Chin Lui is a certified Reflexologist, certified Energy Medicine Practitioner &...

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Turkey and What are the Benefits?

Turkey and What are the Benefits?

Thanksgiving Turkey!Yes, I am sorry to report that the Food of the Month is not “stuffing.” Cuz who doesn’t love stuffing? However, as yummy as it is, it is definitely not a nutrient-dense, health-building food. So let’s talk turkey. Folks, protein is the building block of the body. A moderate 4-ounce serving of turkey has about 35 grams of high-quality protein, as well as lots of heart-healthy potassium, plenty of phosphorus, and small amounts of calcium, magnesium, and iron. Gobble, gobble! (Yes, that’s a pun…a fairly lame one, but feel free to chuckle.) And check this out. Four ounces of turkey breast meat has about 30 mcg of selenium and the dark meat has about 45 mcg! The RDI for selenium is 70 mcg, but 200 mcg is a good target for optimal health. The almighty mineral selenium is a powerful antioxidant and is associated with lower rates of cancer. Turkey is also a great source of niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, and zinc. Holy nutritional bonanza, Batman! Turkey fat is mostly comprised of the heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, and if you’re a long-time Warren Wellness community member, at this point you understand that fat is not the enemy. Certain types of fat don’t serve us, but it’s not the ones that are harped on by our mainstream sound bytes. Turkey has happy fat! Urban legend alert: No, you do not get tired and fall asleep after Thanksgiving dinner because of the tryptophan (an amino acid) in turkey. Truth be told, 4 ounces of yummy, juicy turkey contains less than half a gram of tryptophan. There’s actually more in ham. You get tired and fall asleep because you have just gorged yourself with food and drink. The combination of all the blood leaving your head to migrate to the digestive tract, and the sedating effect of alcohol…that’s what actually knocks you out! About the writer – by Laurie Warren, Nutritionist, Warren Wellness, Medfield, MA ———————————– If you want to investigate how reflexology and energy medicine can help you with your digestive disorder and other health problems, the Healing Place offers a FREE 60-minute consultation. Call 508 359-6463 to schedule a consultation today. The Healing Place has helped hundreds of people to find long last relief from their chronic pain, digestive issues and balance hormones naturally. Helen Chin Lui is a certified Reflexologist, Certified Energy Medicine and Reiki Practitioner. She is the founder and owner of the Healing Place in Medfield. She specializes in helping people with chronic digestive disorders. For her free report “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing” click here for your free...

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Looking for Lasting Peace? – Mindful Exercise

Looking for Lasting Peace? –  Mindful Exercise

Your spiritual assignment today if you choose to accept, is to be fully in your body and “be in the moment”. Be conscious of your words, thoughts and actions today. Keep a mental note on how many positive and negative thoughts you have. This will give you an idea if your energy leans more towards the light or dark vibration. To prevent energy burnout always stay in the neutral zone, which is being not overly happy or sad. Finding balance allows you to have sustainable peace instead of it being fleeting About the writer, Helen Chin Lui is a certified reflexologist and certified energy medicine practitioner. She is the owner and the founder of the Healing Place Medfield. She specializes in helping adults and children to find long-lasting relief from chronic digestive issues, chronic pain and healing hormonal imbalances naturally. Schedule a FREE 60-minute consultation to learn how Reflexology, energy medicine and Reiki can help you find long lasting relief. Call (508) 359-6463 for more information and to schedule a consultation. For our free report “Proven Alternative Ways to Heal Common Chronic Digestive Problems: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Can Keep You From Healing” click here.  ...

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Homemade Probiotic Yogurt Recipe

Homemade Probiotic Yogurt Recipe

Probiotics are essential to maintaining a healthy digestive tract. One of the main drawbacks of using antibiotics to fight infections is that they also kill all of the good bacteria that helps our body and keeps our immune system strong. In addition to taking probiotics in the form of dietary supplements, many of the foods we eat have probiotics. Yogurt is filled with natural probiotics, here is a recipe I was given by a friend of mine for Greek yogurt, the entire process takes about 48 hours. Ingredients: – 1 gallon of organic whole milk – 1 8 oz container of room temperature unflavored yogurt that is not greek yogurt (I use Columbo) Directions 1. In a large stockpot, bring the gallon of milk to a boil. Turn off the heat and wait until the milk cools down to room temperature. If you have one, use a cooking thermometer, but otherwise very carefully test it with your finger (this is how I do it but BE VERY CAREFUL! Don’t burn your fingers!) If you are testing it with your finger, you should be able to leave your finger in the mixture and count to 20 with no discomfort. 2. Stir in the yogurt. Cover the stock pot and leave it on the counter to sit overnight. By the next morning, the milk will have emulsified, giving it a thickening and consistency similar to yogurt. Separate the whey from the curds by straining the mixture into a colander lined with cheese cloth. Place it in the refrigerator and again let it sit overnight. You can dispose of the whey. By the following morning, you will have a delicious and nutritious Greek-style yogurt waiting to be eaten for breakfast! Enjoy! About the transcriber –  Helen Chin Lui. Helen is a certified Reflexologist and a certified energy medicine practitioner. She is the owner of the Healing Place. When she is not working with clients to relieve their pain, she is cooking or knitting. If you would like to schedule a FREE consultation with Helen please call 508...

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Find Relief From Constipation with Reflexology

Certified Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui is so excited! She just finished filming her first educational, self-help, self-care video on “Find Relief From Constipation with Reflexology”. In addition to the reflexology tip, there are tips on how to manage your stress, energy and diet. Also included as a bonus feature, is a healthy recipe where Helen does a cooking demonstration. Video coming in November 2015! We have helped thousands of people to find relief from their pain. We can help you too. If you would like to schedule a FREE consultation with the Healing Place call 508...

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Spa Treatment for the Feet From Home

Spa  Treatment for the Feet From Home

Feet are perfectly engineered to do their job of providing stability and mobility to our whole body. They contain thousands of nerve endings, help us stay up against gravity all day, and yet, feet are probably the most ignored part of the body. As a yoga teacher, I shower feet with a lot of attention in my classes and am amazed at how many people have never given them a second thought. This simple five-step routine says thank you to your feet for supporting your body weight all day long. It can also be done by people who are not able to walk and works very well for people with decreased sensation or decreased blood flow in their feet. Sit comfortably in a chair or in bed for this routine that will provide you with deep relaxation to leave you feeling refreshed. You can exchange this simple foot massage with your partner as well. In my house, a foot massage is what we bet on for every difference of opinion! Children who grow up appreciating a good foot massage every night have a natural calming and relaxation technique to turn to for the rest of their lives. You will need to be able to bring your feet close to your body by crossing it over your knee for this routine, so people with total hip replacements should check with their doctor prior to doing this movement. 1. Bring your right foot up on your left knee. Hold your foot with one or both hands and sit like this while you take five to ten deep breaths and feel a gentle opening of the right hip. 2. Use your left hand to massage the foot using your thumb and tips of all fingers. You can use your right hand to stabilize the foot. You can also use your knuckles to provide extra pressure. Use the amount of pressure that feels good. Feet are built to withstand a lot of pressure. Massage the bottom of your foot like this for two to four minutes. 3. Grab all five toes with your left hand and gently push them up and down 10-20 times. You can also weave your five fingers through your five toes and stretch all the tiny muscles in your toes with an interesting little foot handshake. 4. Lower your grip to the center of the foot and make your ankle go in circles, clockwise and counterclockwise 10 times each. 5. Repeat on the other foot. You can use any kind of massage oil or lotion for this routine but it is not necessary. It is best done at night before hitting the pillow to allow for complete relaxation. Follow it with some deep breathing and/or meditation to get a deeper and more refreshing sleep at night. If you are unable to bring your feet up towards your knee, try using a tennis ball as a massager for your foot. A tennis ball works best because of its perfect foot size and also because it has a little give to it. You can sit in a chair and put the tennis ball under your foot. Push the ball down with the ball of your foot; move your toes up and down 10-20 times. Roll the ball forward and back gently...

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Using meditation to Overcome Relationship Roadblocks

Using meditation to Overcome Relationship Roadblocks

For those of us looking to release the negative energy that may be blocking our chakras, one area of our life we should carefully examine is our relationships. Relationships are an essential aspect of healthy living but just as we must maintain the health of our body, mind, and spirit, we must also monitor the healthiness of our relationships. Sometimes we must cut off a relationship with someone that has become too toxic; such is the case when two people who are romantically involved decide to break up, but it is more common for us to encounter situations where we must mend a relationship rather than abandoning it. Relationships take a lot of work, but the product of that work is happiness and positive energy. If this work is neglected it can result in physical, mental or spiritual maladies. The key to repairing relationships is communication and self-awareness. We cannot control what the other person does, but we must make it clear to them how we feel. We also must take responsibility for our own actions, and see how they may be hurting a particular relationship. Oftentimes the things we do seem inconsequential in our own minds, and yet depending on what is going on within the other person, these behaviors can have a profound impact. One practice that can be implemented to significantly improve our ability to manage relationships is meditation. Meditation allows us to become mindful of the fears and anxieties that are holding us back or affecting our decisions, and it can also help us to better understand and appreciate the needs and desires of others around us. Take this example from the New York Times, a story about how a father and son used meditation to manage their relationship with each other and then apply it to their relationships with others: His father would ask, “What are you majoring in? What are you going to do? What are you doing this summer?” which would set Ethan off. Meditation, he said, helped “take the edge off the whole situation. I think it helped me to know, in the back of my mind, ‘This is a compassionate person who has my best interest at heart.'” …With meditation, “you’re actually present with what’s happening,” he said. “You’re dealing with the difficulties, the strife, the awkwardness. You’re learning how to be accepting through that. We all face moments in our lives like the ones Ethan did with his father during college. His father believed his questions were innocuous, he was asking them because he cared about what happened to his son. But oftentimes actions are interpreted differently than they are intended to be. Like Ethan, there are times where we will face uncertainty and pressure. During these times, we feel unbalanced and the natural reaction of our body is to react defensively: to protect ourselves at the times when we are most vulnerable. We may lash out at those closest to us, and though we are not doing so intentionally, it usually causes pain in ourselves or the people we lash out at. By meditating, we can identify these moments and take responsibility for them to repair any harm we may have caused. In addition, with time we can learn to foresee these situations and prevent ourselves from lashing out...

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Everyone Has a Life Purpose

Everyone Has a Life Purpose

(Huffington Post) Every single human being on this planet has a path and purpose to fulfill, whether they realize it or not. Whether it is fulfilled within your career, volunteer work, parenting, creating social change, or something else entirely, you too have a brilliant purpose and it’s about time you found it. Here are six surefire ways to find your passion and live your purpose starting today. 1. List what you love and connect the dots. Identifying the things you absolutely love to do in life is the single best thing you can do to find your passion and purpose. It may not make sense at first, but all of the things you enjoy doing are part of your path in one form or another, so grab a pen and paper and start writing. By creating what I call a ‘Love List’, you get really clear on all of the things you love including foods, experiences, travel, and the things you love to do. Once you have your list, take a step back and see how all these brilliant pieces might connect to the work you are meant to do in the world. The key is to be open, honest, and to let your inspiration run wild. (Hint: The pieces may come together in a way you never dreamed, so keep an open mind.) 2. Identify what you do with ease. Often times our passion and purpose are staring us right in the face, but it’s so natural to us, we don’t think anything about it. What you do in your everyday life with ease is likely in some way connected to what you are meant to do in this life. Don’t overlook the things that are easy for you because I guarantee, just because they are easy for you, doesn’t mean that’s the case for everyone else. By identifying what comes naturally to you, you have the ability to build on those strengths and help others in ways you never thought possible. 3. Look at your past. Many times the very struggles we’ve managed to move through in our lives become part of the tapestry that is our purpose. By looking at your past and the circumstances you’ve successfully moved through, you have a perspective that many people in the world do not. You can then use that experience to help others who are just starting out on a similar journey and make a huge impact in world. What part of your life story do you feel passionate about? That’s usually a clue as to what your bigger purpose might be. 4. Play like a child. As adults we tend to forget about the joy and freedom we felt as a child. When you were younger you likely had a wild imagination and were open to any and all possibilities about what you could be. Whether it was being a singing and dancing firefighter or the teacher who also saved the world, you never once questioned the reality of your dreams. You simply allowed your imagination and heart to guide you. It’s time to spark up your creativity and get dreamy again by tapping into your inner child. Get out of your head for a bit and into your heart and go have some good old-fashioned fun. For...

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How to Stop Living With Regret

How to Stop Living With Regret

Ever wish you could go back in time and change a decision? Live in another home, city or country? Drive a different car or make an out-of-the-ordinary purchase? Study something else or pursue an alternative career? Do you wish you married your first love, or put more effort into a friendship that ended? Do you spend your time on a daily basis thinking about what you could have said or done to comfort a loved one but didn’t? How you overreacted by yelling or saying something you didn’t mean? Regrets in your life can keep you stuck. The more weighed down you are, the more difficult it becomes to move forward. So what qualms still plague your mind? What decisions or lack thereof still haunt you? The keys to taking the load off and starting fresh are to relinquish your past mistakes and disappointments, to let go of guilt and sadness, and to forgive yourself. Change your perspective so you can create a new way of seeing to make room for a new definition of happiness. And, when necessary, have a do-over. Do-overs can take the form of changing a specific aspect of your life, or even going back to someone to make a simple apology. Lost time can never be recovered, and your words or actions can never be completely taken back once they have been delivered. You might unintentionally hurt someone’s feelings, not show your appreciation or inadvertently disappoint another; but you can make amends and change current behaviors into more loving connections. You might want a do-over when: It allows you to learn more about who you are and what is important to you. Your own dreams and desires become crystal clear, and you now need to take a different path. You need to apologize or make an amends to another person. Forgiveness and compassion are more important than being right. It allows you to face a recurring fear so you can be more powerful. You change your mind or decide to go a different direction and it impacts others. It teaches you to be open, honest and vulnerable to create intimacy. You need to set boundaries for future healthier interactions. You learn new information that changes a current perspective or viewpoint. It allows you to practice speaking your truth and therefore build more self-confidence. You’re ready for a new beginning or fresh start. Do-overs provide learning opportunities to create more inner peace and harmony in your relationships and design the experiences in life you will truly treasure. A do-over can enhance your confidence, and perhaps even open the door to receive something you may not have been truly ready for in the past. A life full of conscious, proactive choices can turn our biggest regrets into our greatest adventures. Here’s how to follow through on your do-overs. Make a list of your deepest, biggest regrets. Using that list, probe deeper by asking yourself how you feel today. Are there items on the list that you still desire and want to pursue? Is it time to let go of past disappointments or unfulfilled wants? Ask yourself the following questions. What is the learning opportunity? Is there another way to create the desired experience NOW? Do you need to apologize or make an amends to put something...

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What is Chakra Balancing? and How You Can Benefit!

What is Chakra Balancing? and How You Can Benefit!

How Chakra balancing session work? Chakra balancing can be done through Energy Medicine. The Chakras run from the top of the head (crown area) down to the base of your spine. However, in energy work, we start from the bottom of your spine. The energy runs up through each of the Chakras along the spine like a tunnel. There are seven main Chakras and twenty one minor Chakras (Energy Medicine practitioner’s primary focus is on the seven main Chakras.) Each Chakra is like a Spinning Disk of Energy. When our Energy is out of balance one or more of the Chakras are spinning too slow or too fast. Sometimes a Chakra will even stop spinning, which means you have a blockage. During a Chakra Balancing Session, the practitioner assesses the flow of energy and removes blockages, as well, as evens out the flow from all the Chakras. If your chakras are balanced, in most cases you feel balanced and lighter. Thus, the Chakras are balanced. Chakras give off a certain color or vibration, which aids the Energy Medicine Practitioner in balancing your Chakras. What is involved in a Chakra balancing session? An Energy Medicine Healer will run their hand a few inches from your body and in your Energy Field or Aura from your hip to the top of your head to detect warm (moving energy) and cold energy (slow moving energy) spots. This will help them understand your body’s energy flow. Some Energy Healers work only in the Aura, others will touch areas in each of the Chakras to speed up, slow down, remove blockages and balance each Chakra starting at the lower Chakra and work their way up to your crown. Our Energy Medicine practitioners will work directly on the body, starting at your right hip for your first Charka, than underneath belly button for the second Chakra, than moving to underneath your rib cage for the third Chakra, than to the heart for fourth Chakra, than to the throat for fifth Chakra, than to the third eye (between the eye brows) for 6th Chakra than to the crown Chakra for the seventh Chakra. Most of the time by learning where the client does not feel well will also tell the energy medicine practitioner which chakra(s) are blocked. Some Energy Healers can see the colors associated with each Chakra which aids them in detecting where the energy is out of balance. Some practitioners can sense and feel the vibration of each Chakra. Our practitioner can feel and sense the flow of energy and redirects it so that the energy flows evenly throughout the body (similar to directing traffic.) What is the focus of a Chakra balancing session? A Chakra Balancing Session is about balancing the Energy flow of each of the Chakras, after assessing where the energy is blocked or excessive. Energy Medicine Practitioners are trained in the art of reading, touching and healing Chakra Energy, which is sometimes called Life Force Energy. What are the qualifications of a Chakra or Energy Medicine Practitioner? Most energy healers graduate with a degree in Energy Medicine. Most institutes require a 2-3 year commitment (500+ hours of classroom, self process work, intuitive development , homework and learn about 18 different  healing addressing various pain.) Who can benefit from Chakra balancing...

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