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Can Ayahuasca heal trauma?

Can Ayahuasca Heal PTSD?

Medicinal Plants are now being used to heal trauma and Ayahuasca is at the forefront of this new wave of healing plants. This is a MUST WATCH informational video for details on the Ayahuasca experience, if you are considering this as an option in your recovery.

Here is the link to Dr. Tanya Mate’s website: http://www.drtanyamate.com/

Here is a link to the retreat center that Dr. Tanya references:
https://templeofthewayoflight.org/

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Feeling stuck? Dr. Anna’s Top 6 Tips for Getting Un-stuck!

Is it time for you to get un-stuck?
Here are 6 things you can do:
1. Identify one thing you need to change.
2. Recognize and Embrace the pain – so you can see what you truly need to change.
3. Dig deep into the issue, instead of recoiling and avoiding.
4. Date your new possible options for change before you commit.This way, you can play with new life options. Just remember to engage fully in an open way when you try out something new.
5. Fear is OK, as long as you let yourself do the new thing anyways.
6. Take your time. True and meaningful change requires the development of a new foundation. You want your new foundation to feel well grounded, sturdy and substantial.

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Dr. Christina Hibbert’s Pep Talk for Healing Trauma through Exercise

Dr. Baranowsky interviews psychologist and PTSD specialist, Dr. Christina Hibbert, about her new book, “8 Keys to Mental Health through Exercise”.

A few key takeaways…
1. Exercise does not have to always involve intense physical activity. Just trying to be more active is a great start.
2. Tackling the thoughts, beliefs and feelings behind exercising is important. Watch for how you talk yourself through the exercise and how much pressure you are putting on yourself. If you shift your mentality from “I have to exercise for 45 minutes daily” to “I’m just moving my body for mental health”, exercising will become a little easier.
3. Be gentle with yourself.
4. Pick an activity that you’re actually interested in. There is no need to copy other people.
5. Most people stick with exercising for the long term for the mental health benefits, not for the physical appearance.
6. Start small and build up. 10 minutes a day of physical activity for 2-3 days a week is a great start.

Check out Dr. Hibbert’s website here: http://www.drchristinahibbert.com/

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Shake to Release Stress Exercise. Try it now!

Watch this video to learn how to use the Shake for Stress Release exercise with Dr. Anna Baranowsky and Frank Pasquill.

Understanding that the large Psoas muscle is implicated in any stress reaction is a useful realization. Whenever we feel stress we ignite the fight, flight or freeze mechanism in our body and this generally tends to create tension in the Psoas muscle. If we shake, using a series of exercises that release tension in this part of the body, we can relieve feelings of tension and engage a relaxation response to help resolve chronic tension.

Frank Pasquill is the developer of Emotional Tuning and he joins Dr Anna Baranowsky in her Psoas Shake for Stress Release exercise. This Shake to Release Stress exercise is a simple approach for dealing with a stressful moment where you need to “reset” to a more relaxed feeling in your body and mind. Try it a few times to get the best results. You can try it with a “laugher shake” or just use the simplified “shaking” steps. Dr Baranowsky recommends using all four shake exercises 3 times in a row. Then check how you feel.

 

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Combat Your Fears


People ask me all the time if you can actually recover after trauma. And that’s a reasonable question. Watch this video to find out!

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