There is still so much mystery that comes with the human body. The mind-body connection is interwoven and not fully understood. It makes sense that what we eat, drink, think, hear, feel, and say has consequences that most probably play a role in our overall health. Maybe, just maybe, through the benefits of modern science and complementary therapies, each of us may find our unique regimen.
This is from my book:
Positive thinking and hope can help people get through the most traumatic of events. Feats of superhuman strength in times of crisis, heroism under severe pressure, survival under extreme conditions, and the ability to push the body beyond its breaking point are just some of the unexplained medical phenomenon that science can’t fully dissect. Why shouldn’t everyone be capable of such feats?
As wonderful as this time of year can be, it brings stress with it. From decorating to other’s standards, to getting the house in shape, to finding just the right gift, I offer these 3 pieces of advice:
1. The gifts shouldn’t mean that much. Enjoy time with friends and family. Take time for you!
2. Try to get some quiet time. Parties are loads of fun, but take some down-time. Take time for you!
3. Be kind to yourself. Remember to breath when the stress rises. Deep cleansing breathing works wonders. Enjoy yourself and keep hope for the New Year!
Happy Holidays from Karl Robb, Writer at ASoftVoice.com! Thanks for reading my blog!