Archive for September 2015

Making life easier on ourselves

It’s been well over a year now since I re-discovered what it was like to have normal movements when it came to my digestion and going to the bathroom. Ahead of this I had experienced decades of pain and discomfort, to the point where it was near nigh impossible, It was hot last summer and…

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Neck free

How often do we think about our necks when thinking of other things during the day? Quite possibly the answer may be only when we have a stiff achey neck, perhaps from having slept awkwardly, or more seriously perhaps experience the aftereffects of whiplash or something similar. We often do not even know where to start with…

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Smart thinking for beginners

I’ve never been what I consider to be smart or even street smart. I wore hand-me-down clothes as a kid, lace-up shoes with padding stuffed inside just to keep them on my feet, listen(ed) to classical music, read a lot and found I failed at sports so from the early beginnings of my life I definitely…

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How our breathing benefits from how we think

I had no idea that I was holding my breath until I was shown that I was, sitting at a desk gives us ample opportunity to explore this for ourselves if we first know how to bring it to our attention. Business people who speak in public, those in the performing arts world, even yoga…

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