Thanksgiving Tips To Change Your Perspective For The Holidays

Thanksgiving will change your perspective. Do you know how? Well, as you change the way you experience giving thanks it will literally change your emotional frequency. You can feel this shift when you are happy; you feel bubbly and joyful. Well, that feeling of joy raises your vibration and you can feel that feeling increase. Living in Thanksgiving changes your emotional response which will...
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Are You Living in Balance?

Are you living in BALANCE? Overachieving and Overreaching – A Sign of Imbalance by Madisyn TaylorSometimes when we don’t feel good enough, we create imbalance by overachieving or needing to be the best at something. Overachievers are people who have achieved but still feel the need to do more, creating an imbalance in their lives. People who exhibit this behavior may be trying to...
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Do you have “Sports Anxiety?”

Have you ever ran a 5k race where you froze up half way though and didn’t think you could finish the race? Did you start to doubt yourself and as soon you did you found yourself slowing down and running out of energy? Have you ever experienced being stressed out when playing a game? You might have experienced sports anxiety,or have a fear or phobias surrounding sports. Is your self...
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The Power to Change Habits

Over the years I have worked with hundreds of clients that have tried everything in their power to change habits and behaviors on their own, only to fail over and over again. In one to six sessions they have been able to change habits and behaviors that they only dreamed was possible such as; losing weight, overcoming depression, anxiety, stop smoking, increased motivation, improve athletic...
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Do You Have Attention Scatter?

Do you ever say to yourself:  “I feel so overwhelmed with life, I need balance in my life! I need to work on my health, change my lifestyle. Improve my relationship, and career. Oh, and I also want to lose weight, exercise, make more money, move somewhere else and write a novel…” I call this “Attention Scatter.” When your “Attention Scatter” is running you,  you are all over the...
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Living In Calmness

How would you like to live in calmness with a since of deep relaxation? It’s about slowing down and finding that peace within. When you are peaceful the world around of you can be crazy and you will feel calm and relaxed. What if you could get relief from being triggered? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to calm yourself immediately? To take your power back, shift your energy and...
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Forgive Small Injustices

Do you let go of the little things that bother you every day? All those small injustices you may feel?  What happens if you don’t? Pretty soon the little things become big things. Many times we’re hurting ourselves more than the other person by holding onto our anger.  Anxiety sets in, then maybe depression. Ask yourself if whatever upset you will really matter next week, next month or...
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Worries? Schedule them!

Here is an idea to try… Let me know what you think! If you can’t stop yourself from fretting, try scheduling a time for worry or anxiety. “Tell yourself ‘I’m not going to do this right now, but I will think about it tonight from 7:30 to 8 p.m.,’” Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., author of The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want. “ She says quit often by the time...
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Are you stuck?

What keeps most people stuck? It is the underlying assumption that we don’t have what we need. It is the idea that we’re missing something. We need more of everything – you name it, we need it: more time, money, energy, information, certainty, resources. Without these, we tell ourselves, we can’t do what we want to do. This perception that there is something missing or we...
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EFT (Emotional Freedom Technology)

  EFT (emotional freedom technique) is a process utilizing acupressure points and affirmations. Design to release emotional blocks. It is a simple yet remarkable healing system that reduces the stress that underlies most disease. It has been successful in many scientific studies. It works on a variety of health issues, psychological problems, and performance issues, even those that have...
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Buzz Away the Buzzing Mind

By Rachel Brahinsky—From the Yoga Journal Arcticle—http://bit.ly/cXfCQJ —- Anxiety is commonly associated with short, tight upper-chest breathing, says Timothy McCall, MD. Relaxation, on the other hand, comes with slower breaths that originate from the diaphragm. “Lengthening exhalation relative to inhalation reduces the ‘fight or flight’ impulse and maintains...
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