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15 Steps to Creating Sacred Space For Intuitive Awakening

One of my teachers, Sonia Choquette, taught me this practice in a small group I am a part of.  I use it myself daily and find it to be an essential step in moving toward more equanimity and less reactivity as well as providing a place to access my intuition.


Creating your Sacred Cube of Space: Your Room to Breathe

If you want to live a more intuitively guided life, you must give yourself room to breathe.The room to breathe or cube of space is yours alone and extends about 3 feet around you in all directions.

You do not want to lock people out however, because those around you are part of the energy you are reading. The Sacred Cube of Space gives you room to breathe but doesn’t lock people out.

Similarly, if you want to thrive in your intuitively guided life, you are going to need healthy boundaries. Healthy boundaries give you space to be your authentic self. Healthy boundaries enable healthy relationships.

This cube of space is a practice.

In the cube of space we...

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Two Essential Ingredients For Meaningful Personal Transformation

Attention and Intention:

2 Powerful & Extremely Potent Elements for Personal Transformation

Mind-body therapies and practices employ two complimentary processes: top-down processes and bottom-up processes.

Top-down processes begin in the mind and include honing one's attention and setting of one's intention.

Research has shown that regulating attention and setting an intention contribute to decreased psychological stress.

Regulating attention and setting an intention also impacts body systems, hypothalamus-pituitary axis and sympathetic nervous system activity, which modulate immune function and inflammation. Top-down processes are starting with the mind to influence well-being in both body and mind.

Bottom-up processes begin in the body. Bottom-up processes include breathing techniques and movement practices, which influence the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and nervous systems, hypothalamus-pituitary axis and sympathetic nervous system activity, which create...

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Take a Breather: 3 Incredibly Powerful Breathing Exercises

As a psychologist, my goal is to facilitate your well-being. Sharing tools for well-being is one of my favorite things to do in life.

Actually, sharing awareness about tools for well-being is one of my favorite things to do; that's because nearly all of the tools are in your own possession already.

One of the most potent is your breath.

We here it all of the time, "Just Breathe!"

Since breathing is a function of our autonomic nervous system, that acts largely unconsciously, what more we can add to the mix?

However, mindful breathing, performed regularly, may have long-term psychological and physiological effects. Recent studies suggest that programs that focus on breathing exercises can reduce perceived stress, improve mood, and lower cortisol levels, cardiovascular response to stress, blood pressure and other factors.

Psychological benefits of breathing practice include improved emotional responses, fatigue, stress, and reduced anxiety.

When life feels out of control, focus on what...

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