In this section I invite you to come on a Journey with me… a Journey to Self-Awareness. We do so by exploring the many aspects of ourselves and ways to nurture our whole being. Rather than having thoughts like “I have to change” “I really should exercise” “I need stop eating like this” and “This will be hard”, look at it as an adventure! You will truly be discovering new things about yourself! Have fun with it! Start small…
At the beginning of December I made a promise to myself to do at least one conscious thing a day
Nocturnal leg cramps - often referred to as Charley Horse - are pains that occur in the legs, mainly calves, during the night. They will usually cause sudden awakening from sleep with moderate to severe pain. These cramps mostly happen in the calf muscles but can also occur in the thighs or feet.
In my experience theonlyway to release the cramp is to immediately stretch the muscle in the opposite direction! Use a towel or your blanket, wrap it around the bottom of your toes and ball of foot and.
Join our Dream Builder Project!
Instead of New Year's Resolutions that fizzle after a few months and leave us disappointed with ourselves for not "sticking it out", I invite you to commit to ONE Dream and make it come true!
My Dream has been to write Children's books about the Soul's Journey. I'd like to give spiritual parents an alternative to what religions are sharing.
To spend lots of energy on it, drawing it in and infusing it with joy and the knowing you will make it happen, here are ways to manifest:
tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve, which runs from the forearm into
the palm of the hand, becomes pressed or squeezed at the wrist. The median
nerve controls sensations to the palm side of the thumb and fingers (although
not the little finger), as well as impulses to some small muscles in the hand
that allow the fingers and thumb to move. The carpal tunnel - a narrow, rigid
passageway of ligament and bones at the base of the hand - houses the
median nerve and tendons.
Shoulder and Neck Strain
I have worked on my
share of hard core athletes in my 20 years of practice and I will tell you
"nobody" even comes close to the neck and shoulder regions of my
computer clients, as far as tightness is concerned. They present with
"knots" hard as golf balls and "rope like" muscle fibers
any Cirque de Soleil acrobat would be happy to climb! Our bodies simply were
not designed for the amounts of stress those little magical machines produce
for our posture - even with the best ergonomics.