The Importance of Ebb and Flow For Avoiding All Things Burnout.

When was the last time you slept all day on a Sunday and really, like REALLY, rested?
And, by the way, not because you were sick in bed with a flu or cold!
Back in February, I did exactly this and it wasn’t because I was sick. I was simply tired.
In this quick 4 minute […]

The prevention bus is more than just one thing. November is National Prevention Month (according to Kris Carr at least!)

I want to tell you about Kris Carr.

I had the pleasure of shaking Kris’ hand last week while in NYC. She glows. Luminous would be the adjective I’d use. She is the poster child for self-care and prevention. She even named November “National Prevention Month”.

Here’s what she wrote on her blog today:

“Last week […]

“The Descending Line” and its importance for reducing our stress levels and improving our well-being (and the importance of spontaneous breath and restoring order to our internal milieu)

“Habitual repression of emotion leaves a person in a situation of chronic stress, and chronic stress creates an unnatural biochemical milieu in the body, , Disease , in other words, is not a simple result of some external attack but develops in a vulnerable host in whom the ¬†internal environment has become disordered.” Gabor […]

Nervous System Cleansing 101. Step 3: Orientation + Body Awareness + BREATH

This post is Step 3, in a series of posts titled: Nervous System Cleansing 101
Step 1 is here, Step 2 is here.
This post is shorter so you can catch up with the step 1 and step 2.

The moment you see the word breath, or breathe – do you do just that?
Take a breath, or […]

Awareness or Survival: What came first?

Survival would be the answer to that question.

If you are joining for the first time, this is a series I am plugging away at titled “Creating Your Own Personal Instruction Manual” .
I’m going to look at this survival idea from a very brain-oriented fashion.
And rather than write about it extensively, I have a little audio […]

Create some new instructions for you: What actually is self-help & health?

This is the beginning of a series that I am plugging away at titled “Creating Your Own Personal Instruction Manual” . The breadcrumb trail to go with these series of post are here (“what stands between you & that more effortless version of you”)¬†& here (“reverse engineer your health: become your own best curator”).
I use […]

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