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Resilience Reset Challenge: Spend time in nature

After several weeks of cottage living, I am feeling more serene and rejuvenated. It’s not only taking in the wonderful lakeside view or the gorgeous sunsets. It’s the chance to live in the present in all of the beauty of nature – a place that is perfect for meditation. Walking meditations are a great way […]

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Resilience Reset Challenge: Unlock the happiness within

We’ve all heard how laughter is the best medicine for both mind and body, with a host of benefits. Laughter can even be a mild workout! Have a look at the video below featuring stress management consultant, transformation coach and laughter yoga instructor Kerry Garnier, with fellow laughter yoga instructor Marjorie Wingrove: Happiness is crucial to […]

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No jet lag! How I did it

It’s been go-go-go ever since I returned home from Africa. I’ve been spending time with family and friends, and getting caught up on work. I have spent many hours in a pool with my grandchildren and even went indoor rock-climbing with one of them. I’ve also been very busy with my mother, who suffered a […]

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Writing a new narrative: From Crybaby to Fierce Tears

I am delighted to share this guest blog post from Eleanor Edgar, who works with The Rose Remedy.  “So, what name would you give to this problem of overly active tear ducts?” I was asked. “Crybaby,”  I replied without hesitation. I  have always been a very sensitive person, and this sensitivity caused me a lot […]

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Allergies, be gone! How Meta-Health and NLP can help

Before I left for Africa, I was suffering from a lingering cough. For help, I turned to Pushpa Bansal, a health coach who works with The Rose Remedy. She used her knowledge of Meta-Health and NLP to help me get rid of my cough before my African adventure began. Here is a guest blog post […]

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Appreciation meditations: a path to good health!

I’m heading off for an exciting safari vacation in several parts of Africa. Now, if only I could get rid of the cough that has been pestering me before my flight lands. I’ve been doing my best to make it go away,  using all of the usual treatments, from rest to Vitamin C. But I’ve […]

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Tap away your troubles: my spouse’s experience

I am always advocating the benefits of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as tapping. So today, I’d like to turn over my blog post to my spouse, Alan, to share his own experience with EFT. Here’s Alan: I was complaining to my wife, Gwen,  that my work stresses had lately been causing me to […]

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Alternatives to drugs: How light and laser therapy and EFT are great pain relievers

I have recently been working with a client who was in a terrible car accident, suffering a concussion, many spinal and rib fractures, and other musculoskeletal injuries that left her in excruciating pain. Through three months of hospital intensive care, acute care and rehab, the only relief she was offered for her pain was exercise and  drugs, […]

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Manage your time and reduce your stress

Between spending time with my children and grandchildren, helping out my elderly mother, doing workshops, speaking engagements and other job-related activities – not to mention trying to get in some “me time”  —  I lead a very busy life. But being pulled in so many directions can come at a cost: It can be very […]

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Stress is only bad for you if you think it is

Perhaps I should make some apologies for all of the negative statistics on stress that I shared in last week’s post. Or maybe we should think about stress in another way. While we often blame the things that stress us for the negative effects they have, there’s another way to look at stress: It’s not […]

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