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Dance for Health, Dance for Healing

Dancing has many health benefits, from potentially preventing dementia to improving balance—and of course, it is a form of healthy aerobic exercise. It can even improve mood. Dance for health, by all means. But you might also dance to gain insights and energy for healing so you can write a new story about yourself, your body, and your health. As I talk about in my book Change the Story of You...

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Change Your Health Story Using Forest Bathing

Walk through a forest and your body and mind will soon reflect that you are free of electronics, artificial light, mechanical noises, and constant distractions that invisibly raise your stress levels and cause you to jump from thought to thought. Forest bathing, or Shinrin-yoku as it’s called in Japan, is a practice of taking time to enjoy moving through the woods one step at a time, stopping ...

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Agape Love and Spirituality

Imagine a loving Spirit who is compassionate and forgiving to all, possessing the quality of agape love, the love for all beings. Can you imagine this agape love as central to your own spirituality? Many of us long to know and connect with Spirit. It's possible to experience a connection to Spirit in our personal energy field, perhaps as a sensation or as an inner knowing that we are united wi...

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Let Go of the Energy of Anxiety

Anyone who struggles to manage anxiety can tell you that just thinking about the problem of managing it can make them anxious. Anxiety is like a snake devouring its own tail, a loop of “What ifs?” and negative thinking that can make someone feel jittery and unable to relax. The energetic qualities of anxiety are familiar to many, and letting go of anxiety energetically can help. Although we...

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A Healing Message from Nature

Spending time in nature offers many health benefits. It reduces your amount of stress hormones, bathes you in sunlight that raises your vitamin D levels, and seems to reduce the risk of developing nearsightedness. Some physicians are even prescribing nature walks for their patients, as a USA Today article points out. Nature seems to recalibrate us, bringing us back to the rhythm and flow of our...

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