How to raise your energy with flower essences:
Here are 5 essences for raising your energy. Essences can be taken orally by adding drops to water or by spraying the essence/water solution around the body. Each works in a different way so have a read and see which ones resonate with you.
Did you know that the gastrointestinal tract (also known as ‘the gut’) is the body’s largest sensory organ?
With a huge surface area, the gut consists of mainly smooth muscle and works on an unconscious(involuntary) level. It contains millions of nerves which are different from those found elsewhere in the body and the nerve network in the Gut is as extensive and complex as the nerve network in the brain.
In the modern world, life is so busy and today too many people are not feeling totally well or happy with their lives. The problem may be a physical health issue such as chronic back or hip pain, it may be work related stress or another mental and emotional health complaint with the most common being depression. Extreme tiredness and chronic fatigue are prevalent and there is an obvious indication that something is out of balance and although at the time it is uncomfortable, something needs to change.
Reflexology is a complementary therapy which works on the feet or hands. The earliest evidence of Reflexology dates to ancient Egypt (2500BC) where there is pictorial evidence of practitioners working on the hands and feet of people.
Reflexology works on the basis that every part of the feet (or hands) corresponds to a specific part of the body and during a full treatment, the whole body receives healing.
Pain or disease in the body is a sign that something is out of balance and although at the time it is uncomfortable, it can help us make necessary lifestyle changes or just rest for a while, to restore and recharge the body.
Valentine’s day is associated with love, red hearts, flowers, and chocolates. It is frequently thought of as being just for couples. For single people this can be one of the toughest days of the year but whether in a relationship or single, nobody should neglect self – love. Self-love is so important. To love others, we need to love ourselves too. This lets us experience the positive emotional states of love, joy and gratitude and enjoy life.
Christmas is coming and before we know it the decorations will be up, Christmas music playing everywhere and the shops crazily busy. Once December comes around Christmas pretty much ‘takes over’ and becomes our sole focus.
December is a crazily busy month for most with cards and presents to organise, parties, work lunches and school productions included in what is already a fully packed schedule.
Reflexology is a complementary therapy which works on the feet or hands and takes place in a comfortable reclining chair in a calm treatment room.
Every part of the feet (or hands) corresponds to a specific part of the body and during a treatment, the whole body receives healing. Reflexology is suitable for all ages although younger children and the elderly generally have shorter treatments.
Flower remedies are healing solutions containing the energetic imprint of flowers, plants or trees which when taken can raise our own energy vibration making us feel better mentally, emotionally and subsequently physically. The remedies also open our channels for reception of inner guidance and connection to our soul so we naturally become more intuitive and know how we can help ourselves.
We are energy beings comprised of 99.9999% energy and are constantly vibrating. Our energy vibration can vary and we connect and resonate best with others vibrating at a similar rate.
For a minute, just focus your thoughts and attention on your work or job. How do you feel? Be governed by your emotions as they are always telling you something. If you feel really good then that’s really positive although if something makes you feel unhappy or stressed, then something needs to change.
Many people spend 8 hours each day at work which is a lot of time therefore it is so important to get the ‘Wellbeing Factor’ right.
A toxin is a substance which can damage a living organism and the damage created by the toxin depends on the amount of exposure (or the dose).
For us, a toxic lifestyle is one in which we are exposed either externally, internally or both to anything causing harm to our body by damaging or downregulating our ‘DNA’ and possibly switching on genes which can cause us harm.
Our thoughts are incredibly powerful to the extent that every thought we think has a direct effect on our body and our world. Our thoughts are directly linked to our emotions which are said to be direct communication from our soul and all our life experiences are a result of both our thoughts and emotions.
Treatment of depression will always depend on the severity and also the personality of the individual concerned but ancient methods of healing such as Reflexology, along with the care and attention given with a treatment, may be a powerful aid to enduring symptoms of depression.
Lisa Elmore looks at the process of Reflexology and how it can be beneficial.
Our back is our body’s support system and metaphysically problems in this area can be due to requiring more support in a certain area of life.
The upper back is often linked to a feeling of being unloved and maybe more emotional support is required from a family member or friend. Problems in the middle back often arise with feelings of guilt and problems with the lower back are associated with financial worry and feeling unsupported in this area of life. The stiffness and tension in the neck and cervical spine is often linked with inflexibility in thinking, and stubbornness.
Stress is a name given to a combination of emotions linked to survival which can be responsible for negative effects on us both mentally and physically.
Our current ordered and controlled lifestyles make us more vulnerable to stress and as individuals, although it is difficult, we need to be able to take responsibility for managing our own stress levels for optimal health.
Stress is a major cause of illness and disease and is often known as the disease of modern living. It can result from any situation requiring change and is not only caused by traumatic events such as bereavement, unexpected redundancy and divorce but also more positive changes such as getting married, having a baby and moving to a new home.
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