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Energy Healing for Anxiety – How a 6 Minute Morning Routine is Helping Me Feel More Calm & Balanced

Tweet As a nurse, it’s easy for me to witness on a daily basis how our bodies heal themselves.It is something I don’t ever question. I know that bodies heal, even when conditions aren’t optimal. I’ve seen cases where patients … Continue reading

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Enjoying Spring- and Spring Cleaning My Mind :)

Tweet What a nice┬áspring we are having. I just came in from taking Buddy around the block and down to the little lake we have near our house. All the little buds and leaves are coming out. The forsythia are … Continue reading

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I Got Off the Worry Train & Had a Good Weekend

Tweet This past weekend we all went upstate for an overnight trip to visit my parents and for Easter Sunday dinner. My sister and her partner also live near my parents so we got to see them too. And it … Continue reading

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Watching Thoughts as a Daily Practice

Tweet I’ve been enjoying the tremendous benefits of mindfulness since I first started meditating in summer 2014. We talk about it here and there on the blog and I wanted to bring it up again today, because I really think … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Meditation for Stress and Anxiety

Tweet I have a 20-25 minute commute to work each day. I use that time to listen to CDs that help me with stress and anxiety. This practice has truly has helped me be more comfortable at work. Several years … Continue reading

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Simple Breathing Meditation for Anxiety

Tweet Today I will share with you my Simple Breathing Meditation for Anxiety. It is easy to do, only takes a few minutes, and feels absolutely wonderful. It can really help you throughout your day. When I first began my … Continue reading

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How To Be Your Own Safe Person

Tweet A safe person is someone who you depend on to help you through the tough times. When you first experience anxiety or panic attacks, your safe person may be a grandparent, spouse, sibling, or trusted friend. It doesn’t even … Continue reading

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How to Reduce Anxiety to Normal Intensity

Tweet One of the keys of overcoming panic attacks is learning how to reduce anxiety to normal intensity. When you are anxious, fears are grossly exaggerated, your thinking is all distorted and it can be hard if not impossible to … Continue reading

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