New Apps! Record Your Moments!

New for 2017! Two Apps! Reflective Moments                 Reflective Moments gives you a quick daily 30-second prompt and a place to submit and save your answers. Your answers are saved, and can be reviewed, downloaded, or shared. In just 30 seconds a day, you’ll have a chance to reflect and record the moments that matter. Think of it as journaling for the busy person – just as meaningful, and designed to fit into your busy schedule! Open the app, select Reflect, and you’ll be given a prompt to fill in. Click save when you’re done! To review your previous entries, select See Saved Entries. From there, you can select your entries to download, share, or delete. Hold your finger on one of the prompts on the list and you will see check boxes appear to the left. Select those that you’d like to download or delete, and touch the download or delete button. Download your saved thoughts into a pdf file – directly into your own ebook of your reflective moments! Reflective Moments is available in the Google Play Store. It will be published for iOS in mid January, 2017. My Daily Haiku                 Save your thoughts of the day in a Haiku poem! The Haiku is a beautiful little piece of poetry containing 17 syllables in three lines. The first line has 5 syllables. The second has 7 syllables, and the last line has 5 syllables. Give your Haiku a title, and then place your thoughts into the lines. Here’s an example: This is...

Hibernate

The energy of Winter is that of self-reflection, turning inward and processing.   Take some time today to nurture your physical body with nourishment, your spiritual self with inner peace, and your mind with rest.   Now, cup your eyes, and imagine you are in a cozy space with soft pillows all around you. You’re relaxed and feel your concerns melting...

Reset Your Nervous System

Stimulate your nervous system and bring your mind to a very sharp focus.   For 30 seconds, vigorously pat down your entire body, from chest to toes, front and then back of your body and legs.   Note: Do this for the full 30 seconds.   Notice how energized you...

Release Neck Tension

Release muscle tension in your neck and energize your thinking.   Slowly and firmly press and massage the ridge at the bottom of the back of your skull, moving from the center outward.   Then, take a deep, cleansing breath and experience the...

Ensure a Good Night’s Sleep

A good night’s sleep helps improve your emotional and physical health.   The body and mind need time to wind down and prepare for the most effective rest possible. Plan it!   This evening, prepare yourself by limiting stimulants after 6 pm, turning off TV and ending exercise at least an hour before bed. Have a cup of soothing herbal tea. Be comfy. Dim the lights, get into bed, and try some mindful breathing to help you relax gently into...

Ask Your Body

Our bodies communicate directly from the subconscious. Muscle Testing involves getting answers from our bodies. Try this: Slowly rub the pads of your thumb and middle finger against each other in a circular motion. Say, “My name is _____” (say your name). Say, “My name is Bob Dobbins.” Feel the difference in the smoothness of the rubbing when you say something true, or something false. Use this technique to ask yourself yes or no questions that you want to know the answer to, to help you make...

Release Jaw Tension

Release muscle tension in your jaw, (where lots of tension is subconsciously held!)   Massage your jaw joints with a circular motion. Yawn or open your mouth wide, hold for 5 seconds and release. Massage your chin for 5 seconds. Stick out your tongue as far as you can for 3 seconds....

Energize Your Sinuses

Open and improve the airflow in your sinus cavities.   Do these 3 times each, using both hands on either side simultaneously: Rub down the bridge of your nose from eyes to nostrils, on both sides. Rub from center outward across the tops, middle, and bottom of your cheekbones. ( 3 times each place). Rub across your “mustache line” from center outward.   Breathe...

Stretch Your Neck

Release muscle tension in your neck and realign upper posture.   Do these stretches twice, alternating sides, with a full breath for each: Turn your head and look as far over your shoulder as you can. Lower your ear to your shoulder (you can use your hand to gently deepen the stretch if you wish). Lower your chin to your chest. Hold. Lower the back of your head to the center of your upper back. Hold and breathe. Sit up straight and notice the...
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