Reiki I – Physical Healing Class

Reiki I – Physical Healing ClassReiki I – Physical Healing Class

Reiki I – Physical Healing with Usui Reiki Master and Teacher, Helen Chin Lui.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 11:30-3:30 and Wednesday, March 21, 2018 11:30-3:30[, $250. Required reading: Essential Reiki by Diane Stein (Reiki I)

Are you being called to perform “healing” work? Reiki Level One is a simple yet profound healing technique that can be learned by anyone who has been called to the path of healing. In this powerful workshop we explore various spirituality aspects as well as develop your own innate intuitive skills. Reiki Level One requires no special invocation or alteration of your thinking process to “turn on the flow” of Reiki. By simply placing your hands and opening your heart to love, you will automatically turn on the “healing energy.”

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How We Give Away Our Healing Powers in 5 Ways?

How We Give Away Our Healing Powers in 5 Ways?How We Give Away Our Healing Powers in 5 Ways?

We unconsciously give away our healing powers every day. We wonder why we feel drained and exhausted.

Five biggest energy power giveaways and what to do to reclaim them.

  • Addiction
  • Repetitive destructive relationships
  • Financial challenges
  • Health and emotional challenges
  • Spiritual disconnect

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Healing Place Energy School LLC

Healing Place Energy School LLCHealing Place Energy School LLC

Healing Place LLC is pleased to announce a new division: Healing Place Energy School LLC, an online school that solely focuses on teaching self-healing energy classes.

Founded on June 1, 2017, by Certified Reflexologist and Certified Energy Medicine Practitioner Helen Chin Lui, the school offers classes on Reflexology, Reiki, Chakra Balancing, Mindfulness Development, Angel Healing, Energy Medicine, Meditation, and more.

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Achy and Painful Feet that Won’t Stop?

Achy and Painful Feet that Won’t Stop?Achy and Painful Feet that Won’t Stop?

Certified Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui is at it again with her helpful reflexology tips. Many clients asked what they can do from home to help to stomp out painful feet. Here is a foot massage that you can do on yourself or a loved one.

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Eczema Got You Scratching? Helpful Tips and Moisturizing Skin Salve Recipe

Eczema Got You Scratching? Helpful Tips and Moisturizing Skin Salve RecipeEczema Got You Scratching? Helpful Tips and Moisturizing Skin Salve Recipe

Since developing eczema around my eye during the past year, I have researched the many possibilities as to what can cause the skin irritation. For those who don’t know, there are seven common types of eczema, and this is what I learned –

Atopic dermatitis – Can be caused by certain allergens or hay fever. The skin becomes dry and scaly causing painful, itchy patches that turn into bubbles that eventually break and leak fluid. This condition can be chronic.

Contact dermatitis
– Can be caused by allergens or irritants from animals, plants, foods, chemicals in cleaning and personal hygiene products, and fabrics.

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Brazil Corrects ClothesPin Ear Reflexology Method

Brazil Corrects ClothesPin Ear Reflexology MethodBrazil Corrects ClothesPin Ear Reflexology Method

Helen Chin Lui is thrilled to be invited for an interview with Brazil’s Conceição Trucom of DoceLimão to right a wrong, by correcting the unsafe Clothespin Ear Reflexology posted by many of the social media platforms.

Since many of us do not speak #Portuguese, I have translated Conceição Trucom’s introduction and questions while interviewing Helen Chin Lui about the Clothespin Ear Reflexology method that has gone viral.

Conceição Trucom of DoceLimão Introduction

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Lentil Soup Recipe

Lentil Soup RecipeLentil Soup Recipe

Comfort food at its best. You can make this dish vegetarian by eliminating the sausage and using vegetable stock. This is a very versatile soup recipe; it can be reduced to half or doubled.

Prep time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 1-2 hours
Serves: 12

Ingredients
4 tablespoon olive oil
1 large chopped white onion
2 large sliced carrots
2 large sliced celery
4 peeled and chopped garlic

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Marshmallow Shows How Clothespin Ear Reflexology Can Damage Nerve Endings!

Marshmallow Shows How Clothespin Ear Reflexology Can Damage Nerve Endings!Marshmallow Shows How Clothespin Ear Reflexology Can Damage Nerve Endings!

My name is Helen Chin Lui. I am a Certified Reflexologist and the owner of the Healing Place in Medfield, MA USA. My name was used in the Health Hacks and LittleThings’s videos without my knowledge or approval, stating that I developed an unsafe clothespin ear reflexology method. This is NOT true.

In the Health Hacks video, six clothespins are clipped to an ear, which is approximately 18-30 pounds of pressure on one ear! Can you imagine what that is doing to the nerve endings? If you watched that video, you notice that the model’s ears are quite red from excessive pinching.

Their video also provided inaccurate reflex point locations for the back, shoulders, organs, digestive tract, head, and heart.

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You Won’t Believe These Are Gluten Free Pancakes Recipe

You Won’t Believe These Are Gluten Free Pancakes RecipeYou Won’t Believe These Are Gluten Free Pancakes Recipe

Just about everyone knows when I, certified Reflexologist Helen Chin Lui isn’t working with clients or writing and researching. I am cooking. Most would say that this is my therapy to keep me balanced and it is probably true. To me, there is nothing more satisfying than a good home cook meal can be made in a short time with minimal ingredients.

I consider a good meal to be my reward for a day of hard work.

Most of my recipes are easy to prepare with 4-6 ingredients. From refrigerator to the table within 40 minutes. I cook mostly gluten-free, dairy free, with eats a somewhat vegetarian diet. Since I am addicted to grains, I have to be careful with how much carbohydrates to include in my diet.

Here is a gluten free pancake recipe that I created with the ingredients I had in hand in a moments notice. I didn’t have a gluten free pancake flour so I  used a pie crust mixture instead. The pancakes were so good that no one could tell they were gluten-free.

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It’s Summertime — Time to go Outside!

It’s Summertime — Time to go Outside!It’s Summertime — Time to go Outside!

It’s the middle of summer, and the weather is beautiful here in New England. You should take some time off from your busy schedule to enjoy the outdoors, because, hey, the cold will be just around the corner before we know it.

Being outside in good weather not only brightens one’s mood, but it is proven to have many positive health benefits such as improving:

  • Heart health,
  • Memory,
  • The body’s Circadian rhythm,
  • Overall physical health.

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Low Carb Vegetarian Protein Foods

Low Carb Vegetarian Protein FoodsLow Carb Vegetarian Protein Foods

Are you a vegetarian interested in reducing the carbohydrate in your diet?

Depending on what you’ve been eating before changing to a low carb (or lower-carb) diet, you may have to pay more attention to getting enough protein, as some of the usual sources of protein for vegetarians, such as whole grains, come with a pretty high load of glucose (starch is basically long chains of glucose).

If you eat eggs and/or dairy, getting enough protein isn’t difficult. Vegan folks will have to pay closer attention.

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Get to Know Your Food Additives for Culinary Greatness

Get to Know Your Food Additives for Culinary GreatnessGet to Know Your Food Additives for Culinary Greatness

Sometimes it’s the smallest ingredient in a meal that makes it stand out — the briny bite of pickle on a sandwich, perfectly light, melt-in-your-mouth pancakes or freshly cracked pepper atop fluffy scrambled eggs. The hallmarks of all these favorites are simple but essential ingredients: vinegar, baking soda and spices.

Not only are these food additives the secret ingredients in some of our favorite dishes, they’re the motivation of some pretty awesome culinary, cultural and global advancements.

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30 Tips to Maintaining Your Weight

30 Tips to Maintaining Your Weight30 Tips to Maintaining Your Weight

Losing weight and keeping it off used to be a real struggle for me. I’ve dabbled in the South Beach Diet, Weight Watchers, The Zone, and Atkins. I went raw (and back), tried the Master Cleanse and once ate nothing but cabbage soup for a week.

Nothing ever worked long-term. Any weight I lost through dieting always returned, along with some extra pounds. After restricting my food choices for years, I also picked up an eating disorder and depression.

If only I’d known then that I was doomed to fail. According to nutrition expert Dr. Traci Mann, who has studied dieting for over 20 years and runs the Health and Eating Laboratory at the University of Minnesota, all weight loss programs are doomed to fail. Continue reading →

11 Health Benefits of Onions

11 Health Benefits of Onions11 Health Benefits of Onions

I thought this article about onions was really interesting as I had no idea how many health benefits onions had.

It’s worth having a thing for onions regardless of how much they can make you cry. It’s one of the widely used and best culinary vegetables, any day, anytime! Whether cooked or raw, they are still good to go. Continue reading →

Gluten-Free, or not Gluten-Free… that is the Question

Gluten-Free, or not Gluten-Free… that is the QuestionGluten-Free, or not Gluten-Free… that is the Question

Maintaining a gluten-free diet can be essential to repairing your gut and lowering your inflammation if you have an intolerance to it. Continue reading →

4 Simple Changes to Help Cut Down on Sugar

4 Simple Changes to Help Cut Down on Sugar4 Simple Changes to Help Cut Down on Sugar

Removing sugar from your diet is the single most important step you can take to improve your health. We’ve become so addicted to the added sugar in our diet that we don’t really taste what we are eating. Continue reading →

Is Cheese just as Addictive as Opium?

Is Cheese just as Addictive as Opium?Is Cheese just as Addictive as Opium?

Happy Friday fellow health enthusiasts!

So, I stumbled across an interesting article about how cheese is just as addictive as opium , and I wanted to hear your thoughts on this statement.

The article from Elite Daily, starts off by comparing cheesy (no pun intended) statistics, and how Americans in the 1970s consumed 8 pounds of cheese a year. Today the average American consumes anywhere from 23-35 pounds according to the article and another article from Today Health. That’s more than a whopping 15 pound increase!

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Do you attract Abundance in your Life?

Do you attract Abundance in your Life?Do you attract Abundance in your Life?

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