Tibetan Bowls Sing Your Body into Healthy Vibrations

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It is scientifically proven that all matter vibrates. Some vibrate at higher frequencies, while others vibrate at lower levels. This is its resonant frequency. Every part of your body, including your cells, tissues, bones, and organs have a resonant frequency. When it is out of sync with its normal level, that is when the body has a dis-ease. Maintaining and/or restoring your body’s natural vibrational level is key to good health. This is where the Tibetan Bowls come into play. While the gong is one of the oldest instruments, the Tibetan bowls accomplish the same outcome in the body. The … [Read more...]

Meditation: Learning to Live in the Moment

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Do you live in the “now”? Or do you wonder what could have been, should have been, or what will be? Have you noticed that in difficult times some people take it in stride while others experience a lot of stress? Living in the present moment while seeing the larger picture is key to a peaceful mind. Meditation practices the technique of recognizing only the moment in which you are presently living. Over thousands of years, various types of meditation have arisen, but the objective of all these disciplines is the same. That objective being to focus inward in the moment and to accept, have … [Read more...]

Qi-Gong Benefits

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Just some of the benefits of Qigong: Loosens Muscles and Builds Power Strengthens the Organs Improves Cardio-pulmonary Function Strengthens the Nerves Improves Vascular Function Helps Prevent Injury to Joints, Ligaments and Bones Speeds Recovery Time from Injuries and Operations Builds Athletic and Martial Arts Power Eases Stress and Balances Emotions For more benefits, see this fabulous article: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/the-twelve-benefits-of-qigong.html … [Read more...]

Happiness Is A Choice

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Many go through life blaming others and complaining about circumstances that prevent them from being happy. I hear phrases such as “My boss made me so mad” or “My son makes me so frustrated.” Or “The traffic jam I got stuck in made me so angry.” We cannot control external circumstances or other people, we can only control our reactions to them. In truth, no one has that power to make you feel in a certain way unless you allow feelings to surface. As soon as you feel frustration or irritation bubbling up in a situation, stop and reflect on what you’re feeling. Visualize yourself on the beach at … [Read more...]