Remember – life goes on . . . stress kills – and we’re all meant to meet life’s and the universe’s challenges to truly and freely choose life .. . and fully honor our passage in it! Let me know your results, please, by sharing your comments at the end of this article to support and inspire others; and further acknowledge your own self-caring and power . . .
Meditation and Journaling Tools to Get Through and Beyond the Holidays at the Wilmot Cancer Center at Strong Hospital
Come join me at this free event open to cancer patients and the greater Rochester, NY community on how to utilize meditation and journaling to reduce stress and stay empowered throughout this holiday season. I’ll be speaking in the Luellen Patient Resource Room at the Wilmot Cancer Center at Strong Memorial Hospital University of Rochester Medical Center from 5:30-7:00 pm Tuesday, December 10 as part of the Integrative Oncology Lecture Series.
As we center, let go and trust we increase awareness, understand what’s real, and empower ourselves . . . so do we relax, release and recharge ourselves and our life. Then we are free to choose and create – endlessly.
Listen to the recording of tonight's half hour teleconference to Get a Good Night's Sleep with its proven tips and self-hypnosis exercise for you to help yourself get a great sleep!
In response to all the concerns listed on my recent sleep survey, here are my best tips to make it through the day in the best possible state even after getting a bad night’s sleep (and who hasn’t had this problem)?
Do you want to learn simple, quick tips to get a good night's sleep? Join me at my upcoming half hour teleconference from 7-7:30opm EST on Wednesday evening, April 17. I'm delighted to be able to offer this free session to help you overcome difficulty sleeping, and in response to the many concerns and questions there were about how to get a good night’s sleep from the recent Centering Tools newsletter survey so many of you completed. I look forward to sharing the key successful strategies I’ve developed and consistently offer clients with great success to be able to reestablish, or even for the first time, experience a full, restful night’s sleep.
My Holistic “Three-Pronged” Approach In holistic terms we really need to be able to “quiet” our bodies, minds and spirits to transition into full, restful, required sleep. Here is my three-pronged approach to accomplish that:
Right now I have a lot going on in my life – a lot that is exciting, challenging, and intense – so not surprisingly, I “surge” with multidimensional, full-ranging emotions. This is of course a lot of what I support and help clients “track” and fully resolve with greater understanding, healing and personal growth in my work. Here are the guidelines that work best for me, and that clients consistently tell me help them significantly and successfully work through emotional upset:
We live in a terribly anxious, rushed and complicated world filled with ongoing, seemingly unstoppable pressures. Here are my top five tips to get a good night's sleep: