I am frequently asked about how it can be that our body physically changes just by accepting and embracing our reality. Because we tend to think of the physical aspect of ourselves as separate from our mental or emotional selves, this can be perplexing. We are, after all, taught that we must “make it happen” and work hard to create physical change
Anxiety is so pervasive in our culture today, many think it is “normal” to be in constant fear. However, living in anxiety disrupts health on every level of our body. There are many ways of dealing with anxiety, but can we truly go beyond it to be free?
I recently visited Newport, Rhode Island, with my family and had a ball! My mom and aunt are some of the most fun people I know. In their 70’s, they are the most vibrant, healthy, and happy women around, and part of this is certainly because they stay active and are willing to try new things. In fact, trying things you haven’t done before changes your brain — and helps release old patterns.
Life has its ups and downs and they tend to go in the direction YOU do. When a day starts off “bad” and you try to make it better, it’s bound to get worse. Here’s what you can do to assure your bad days DO get better!