Tag Archives: Sleep

Every client that we see learns a special breathing technique. You’ve probably heard about the importance of the breath and there’s a myriad of ideas out there on how to do it. The idea is to stimulate the vagus nerve where it sits under the diaphragm. The stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system to release calming chemicals, helping you feel relaxed and clear. 
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Today's Friday Photo comes from a garden in Chanhassen, MN. It's the perfect quote to follow Monday's blog about the stories we tell. Take some time this weekend to explore what ingredients you have put in your favorite dish (aka you!). Is it time to liven up that recipe?
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I want to continue with a consequence of blaming and not taking responsibility. Whatever you’ve chosen to blame becomes a story you continue to tell in many forms.
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It’s estimated that sleep issues affect 40 million people. Lack of sleep can contribute to a myriad of medical conditions. Practicing good sleep habits in these areas can help you get a better night’s rest:
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  I am working with a second member of a family. Both clients have found the creative breathing technique I teach to be extremely helpful, so they have taught all the family members how to use it. 
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  Last week I talked about focus and how clients get fixated on the problem rather than the solution. This week I want to give you some ideas to get started on how to focus on what you want, rather than what you don’t want. It really is easy!
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Today's Friday Photo comes from Indianapolis, Indiana. From your perspective I bet you see a flower. But what about the bird? Can you see it? Check out last Monday's blog, and the one coming next week. Dyer is so right - and remember that what you focus on expands.
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Today's Friday Photo comes from the Apple store in the Big Apple of New York City, NY. It's my time to brag about what a great hypnotist Linda is - in her 4th year at The FARE Hypnosis Center. A fortunate client got this quote to think about last week and it's been resounding in my mind ever since. How does this resonate with you? Thinking
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Probably the most important conversations you have are the ones you have with yourself. They can be the most productive or the most damaging.
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It’s more than likely that everyone of you watching has exchanged something at one time. You’ve easily exchanged a dress that didn’t fit for the right size, an awful tie you got for your birthday, or the baking soda you bought instead of the baking powder. It was really easy wasn’t it because you made a mistake or just wanted that item to satisfy you.
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