Energy Clearing for Stress & Immune System

In this video I show you how to do the “Three Thumps” technique for stress reduction and immune system boosting.

Read More: Energy Clearing for Stress & Immune System

Advertisements

Mantras And Vibrational Healing

The principle of Mantra, is that sound creates vibration, and vibration creates energy. The word mantra has two parts. ‘Man’, which is the Sanskrit word for mind – and ‘tra’, which is the root of the Sanskrit word for instrument. A mantra is therefore an instrument of the mind, a powerful sound or vibration that you can use to enter a deep state of meditation.

According to the Vedic tradition, the ancient sages were able to hear the subtle vibrations produced by everything in nature. The sounds of the wind, thunder, butterflies, rushing rivers and all other creations. They recognized that these sounds are the manifestation of spirit into matter. They identified ‘Om’ or ‘Aum’ as the most elemental sound, representing the infinite universal consciousness. For thousands of years, people have used mantras as a means of expanding their awareness, and connection to the divine.

Read More: Mantras And Vibrational Healing

Spiritual Well-Being

We often look at shelves on bookstores and see many books on weight loss, speciality diets and exercise routines. A quick perusal in supermarkets reveals all types of health foods. However, another most important element to health that many people neglect to care for to is the spiritual diet. Whilst it is important to eat right and exercise regularly – it is just as important to tend to your spiritual diet. First and foremost, we are spiritual beings having a human experience. Remember, everything ‘around us’ is spirit. For one to be in complete alignment with their Universe, they must take good care of their spiritual diet. For physical reality is a reflection of your spirit.

So how does one maintain spiritual well-being? You can maintain spiritual well-being in a number of ways. These include, but are not limited to, increasing your meditation practice, spending time in nature, realizing your various purposes in life and minding your thoughts.

Read More: Spiritual Well-Being

Dreams & Health

The body as a whole is an excellent source of dream imagery. Particularly given the number of body related metaphors in daily use. In general the head and its features are related to spiritual or intellectual matters; whereas dreams of the torso and limbs are to do with physical concerns or instincts. The heart, is the traditional centre of our emotional lives and actual source of our life force. Phrases such as ‘broken-hearted’ or ‘the heart of the matter’ may feature in dreams, but it often represents love. Either yours or  the love for someone else or the love that surrounds you.

Blood is a very powerful dream symbol. It represents the life force within everyone, literally the life blood of the human race. To dream about blood is connected to our physical and mental strength or general health. If you dream you are bleeding, you may be concerned about a loss of morale, will power and physical strength. The dream is probably only telling you what you already are aware of; But,  it is strange how we often ignore the detrimental affects that our lifestyles and relationships have upon us in waking time. But when we dream about it in such a literal way, seeing ourselves being drained of our life force, our life blood,  it can often be the wake up call we need to do something about it!

Read More: Dreams & Health

Overcoming Illness

There can be many reasons for why someone might become unwell. But by far, one of the biggest contributory factors to this, is a weakened Immune System, due to a prolonged exposure to stress. As many of us know, stress can leave you feeling extremely tired and run down. In this state, you are more likely to catch any cold or virus that is going around. Scientists believe, that it is for this reason, people who suffer traumatic events, such as sudden redundancy, bereavement; relationships issues such as infidelity, separation and divorce are more at risk from conditions such as heart disease and depression.

When under stress, cells of the immune system are unable to respond to hormonal control, and consequently, produce levels of inflammation that promote disease. Because inflammation plays a role in many diseases such as cardiovascular, asthma and autoimmune disorders, this model suggests why stress impacts them as well. Knowing this is important, it can be very helpful for identifying which diseases may be influenced by stress and how to go about preventing disease in chronically stressed people. There are also many other ways that stress can make us ill.

Read More: Overcoming Illness

Herbal Remedies

The study of herbal remedies is known as herbalism; it is the knowledge of how plants and herbs can be used to prevent and cure many ailments. It has been around for centuries and there is evidence that the earliest civilisations used herbs for various purposes.

Herbal remedies are natural – they use various parts of certain plants and herbs, such as the flowers or the roots, to treat various conditions. Natural remedies are much more affordable than manufactured products. They are purer too, as they contain less ingredients. If you have a specific condition that hasn’t responded to traditional medication, or if you are having unwanted side effects, then why not give natural, herbal remedies a try?

Although most herbal remedies are perfectly safe to use, it is advisable to speak to your doctor or a qualified herbalist before taking any herbal remedy; this is because some of them can cause allergic reactions, or shouldn’t be used when pregnant, as with any form of traditional medication. If you visit a herbalist, they will ask you questions about your lifestyle and any previous allergies you may have, so they can provide you with the exact remedy you need.

Read More: Herbal Remedies