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Overloaded? Try an information fast

Imagine a sweets freak abstaining from a sugar fix, prohibited from even eating fruit until balance was restored in his or her body. Imagine the initial cravings, the edginess, and the withdrawal symptoms.Now imagine all the information coming at you every minute of the day. Just like the sweets freak’s experience, it could be equally difficult […]

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A new look at selfishness

Modern culture prizes selflessness and abhors selfishness, in effect setting the two against each other. “The alternatives are either to love others, which is a virtue, or to love oneself, which is a sin,” wrote social scientist and philosopher Erich Fromm, in his essay titled Selfishness and Self-Love.  While no one would argue with considering […]

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A medical miracle, a story of inspiration: Meet Noah Wall

When Noah Wall was still in the womb, his parents were presented with devastating news: He had severe spina bifada, hydrocephalus and just 2 per cent of his brain. He was not expected to survive at birth. But Noah, who lives in Cumbria, England, has confounded the worldwide medical community and defied the odds, growing into a […]

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SensoryOne’s transformative tool helps students and seniors with dementia

I recently introduced you to an exciting new association that my company, Wheels of Fitness, has made with Xlent Care Products and its subsidiary, SensoryOne. I told you they had fantastic products, and now I’d like to introduce you to one of SensoryOne’s transformative tools geared to students at all learning levels and seniors with […]

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An easy way to lift your mood in just three minutes!

Often, clients who are suffering from physical problems also find themselves in emotional distress. To help them, I’ve  been turning clients onto a marvellous tool I recently discovered that can help someone down in the dumps feel their mood brighten in as little as three minutes! The tool is a digital vision board that comes […]

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Pearls of wisdom from Day One of Tapping World Summit

As an ardent fan of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as tapping, I look forward to the annual Tapping World Summit, a 10-day, online event that  connects you with experts to help you learn all about this very effective technique. As I write, the summit is ongoing. I’d like to share with you some […]

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What is tapping? Check out this documentary film trailer!

If you’ve read many of my past e-mails and blogs,  you’ll know that I am a big fan of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), or tapping. I use it personally, with family and friends, and with clients, to reduce stress and physical pain.  I also promote it to other healthcare professionals to use with their clients. Tapping […]

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Evidence supports light therapy for post-concussion syndrome and much more!

I have a few clients with post-concussion syndrome resulting from traumatic brain injuries (TBI). I’ve been using laser and LEDs  (light-emitting diodes) to treat their body pain, with significant success. For a couple of those clients, I have also started to use light therapy — red and near infra-red lights, or what is now referred […]

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Four ways to collaborate with your mind to get what you want

One of the best collaborations you can make is between you and your own mind, says Marisa Peer, a British therapist, motivational speaker and best-selling author. In the YouTube video below, she talks about the four ways you can train your brain so that you can reach beyond your limits — in any area of […]

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