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Create Your Positive Inner Voice

We all have an inner voice.  Sometimes that voice can be really helpful and encouraging. I love those days when I wake up and my internal voice tells me I’m amazing. It pretty much guarantees a positive day. However, being human, not every day is like that.  Continue reading Create Your Positive Inner Voice

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Random Acts of Mindfulness | Sept 21st- 29th

Anxiety and stress from Irma can feel overwhelming.  Worries about the damage, being without electricity, loss of income, even having to leave your home can affect your calm

You deserve to free your mind from the storm so you can move on with life.

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30 Minute Mini Lunch Reset

Short on time?  Try a 30 Minute Mini Lunch Reset. Chose from:

Find Your Calm- Train your mind to relax.   This rapid session is designed to help you tap into that calm inner detachment.

Abundance Mindset-  Reset your beliefs around success and money. 

Reach Your Goals – Shift your thoughts and beliefs towards success and embrace motivation so you can reach your goals.

Find Your Calm

calmWhen clients come to see me it can be for just about any reason.  Sometimes I think I’ve heard everything – that is until the next person walks in the door.  But there is one thing my clients have in common.  No matter what the issue, ultimately every person wants to feel calmer and more centered.

When we are calm it is easier to clear our mind, bring in peace, feel more connected and be happier.  It can even lead to greater health.

We are all guilty of checking out to unwind (Facebook anyone…?) If you are looking for a way to truly calm your mind, here are some of my favorite tips to help you find some inner peace.
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Meditation Made Easy

I wonder if there was one thing you could do to improve your memory, brain function, immunity, overall health, and happiness, would you do it?

What if it were free and only took 5 minutes?  Sounds too good to be true, right???meditation made easyWell it isn’t.  Meditation is scientifically proven to have all of these benefits and more.  So, with all of these amazing benefits with so little commitment, why aren’t we all doing it?

Before I started practicing meditation, I was convinced it was something I couldn’t do.  My mind constantly went in a million different directions. If I sat still for more than five minutes, I was either uncomfortable or asleep.  It was something I wanted to do, but I just didn’t think I could do.  And this is something I have heard time and time again from new clients. So, here is a very simple easy way to get started:

 1. Get Comfortable:  Begin by sitting with your back straight, either in a chair or on the floor.  You want to be comfortable, but not so comfortable that you fall asleep. There is no ‘right way’ to hold your hands or tuck your legs.  Just do what feels right for you.

2. Look Up:  When you are comfortable, you can close your eyes and internally look up at that spot on your forehead just between your eyebrows. If it feels more natural for you to leave your eyes open and focus on an object, that’s fine too.  Like I said –do what feels right for you.

3. Breathe:  Begin to focus in on your breath. Notice how you can allow yourself to breathe deeply, naturally and easily.  While you are doing this, thoughts may come up and that is perfectly natural and okay.  When this happens, just gently return your focus to your breath.

It really is that simple.

Doing this for 5 minutes a day is all you need to get started.  Many people will experience different sensations or even emotions at some point while meditating.  This can take some practice, but the best way to deal with emotions is not by reacting, but by paying attention to where the feeling is in your body and breathing through it. This technique works really well if you are antsy and are having a hard time settling in. And, if you are having a hard time settling in because you are truly uncomfortable, then try other positions.

Do you have any tips you can share for helping someone get started with meditation?  I would love to hear them!