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Category Archives: Positive Thinking
During the present times of physical distancing and social isolation, compassionate hugs (like this tree root “hugging” the old tree trunk) are rare or even non-existent. Hugs release the hormone, oxytocin, which helps people feel deep connection, a sense of … Continue reading
Look high and far… Every moment of our existence holds an infinite number of possibilities. — Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
What is Mind-Body Medicine? A focus on healing the whole person verses treating symptoms. Collaboration between the healthcare provider and the patient. Empowerment of the patient specifically in his/her healing and treatment decision-making. A focus on the whole person including … Continue reading
A New Way to Journal! Begin each day feeling more grateful, focused, and positive. . . In the morning write in your journal about the three (3) following topics: Gratitude What are you grateful for in your life? Goals What are … Continue reading
How do you relax and rejuvenate your mind? 10 Simple to Life-Changing Nature Activities *A special thank you to the American Heart Association… Savor the Scenery Movies beaming with CGI on 4K televisions dazzle our imaginations, but you won’t always find … Continue reading
A smooth path lies ahead of every rough road. Rough roads build resilience and emotional strength. Persistence. Perseverance. Positivity. We are fighting the present rough roads of uncertainty together.
Loving-Kindness Meditation A way to calm a frenzied mind, express gratitude, and be happy. Practicing kindness is one of the simplest ways to be happy. Recent research finds that kind people tend to be more content with their relationships and … Continue reading
With a new U.S. spike in COVID19 and continued racial inequality protests, we need to prepare not panic. We need to peacefully protest and embrace change. Anxiety is a natural response to fear. We are not “crazy” to feel anxious. We need to … Continue reading