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Dealing with Anxiety Understanding Shamanism

Eddy Elsey | Dr Martin Shaw, a World renowned Story Teller, whilst spending four years alone in the forest, discovered that the Earth speaks in the language of Myth. This hugely resonated with me. Not only because I love a good story, but because I had, over the past five years, been unearthing my own story. My own myth. And ...

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Suffering With Anxiety? Here’s What To Do

Emma Gosling | Are you feeling anxious? We have as many as 50,000 thoughts per day, 80% of those are often negative and 98% are repetitive. — National Science Foundation   No there’s a thought, right? Judging by the statistic above, no wonder there are so many of us with anxiety! I suffered with anxiety for many years and now ...

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Legitimate Evidence That Clutter Causes Anxiety & Stress

By Richard Enos | Clutter in our home or office certainly does cause stress, according to an article inPsychology Today. Psychologist Sherrie Bourg Carter lists the following 8 reasons that stress may ensue from a cluttered environment: Clutter bombards our minds with excessive stimuli (visual, olfactory, tactile), causing our senses to work overtime on stimuli that aren’t necessary or important. Clutter distracts us by drawing our ...

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Try This Super Simple Breathing Technique To Help Alleviate Anxiety & Depression

By Alanna Ketler | The breath is one of the most underrated and under-utilized methods of healing. Breathing comes naturally to us, we do it without thinking, which is why it is not something we generally think of as a way to connect deeply with ourselves, calm our anxieties or even reach higher levels of consciousness. Something as simple as breathing ...

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Chris Hill – Beat Stress & Anxiety

Next Event  | 7th October 2018 | London Beat Stress & Anxiety  – Chris Hill What I’m offering is an opportunity for you to experience what I teach about how to manage and (in many cases) ‘beat’ anxiety and stress; both of which have an adverse effect on your health and wellbeing. I will show you how a few simple tools ...

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HOW TO GET RID OF COFFEE JITTERS & ANXIETY

MAVERICK WILSON | Do you find that you get a little… irritable, with your morning coffee lately?  Have you enjoyed it for a while but now find that it sets you off?  Are you having trouble sleeping lately? If this sounds like you, this article may help. I’ve enjoyed Healthy fresh coffee since I was in high school, and I’ve had a love-hate ...

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How To Make Lavender Lemonade To Get Rid Of Headaches & Anxiety

by Joe Martino So many people suffer from anxiety and headaches these days. I believe this to be a mixture of our lifestyles and many of the changes that are taking place in our world that are pushing people to question what we’ve been doing as a society repetitively for many years. You know what I mean… that feeling that ...

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How & Where To Tap Your Meridian Points To Reduce Nervousness & Anxiety

by Chemory Gunko | When you have a big event, meeting, or presentation on the horizon, you’re filled with anticipation – and nerves. What coaching and energy healing tools can you use to make sure you are totally prepared and perform at your optimum on the day? Tapping Your K27 Points Take your index finger and thumb and place it on ...

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What Years Of Anxiety & Insomnia Taught Me About How To Effectively Deal With It

by Tom Bunzel | As I review posts on Facebook I am amazed by how many of my friends express their dissatisfaction with not being able to sleep at night, and then being tired during the day. This is such a common complaint that an entire industry has grown out of it—not just in pharmaceuticals but also in the self-help area ...

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3 Tips For Empaths To Help Prevent Anxiety Attacks

As an empath (someone who can pick up on the emotions of another), I can relate to so many people of all ages experiencing anxiety on a daily basis. I am no stranger to this phenomenon. My first panic attack was at the age of 9 and I’ll never forget how terrible it felt. With a lot of experience of ...

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