How to Get Rid of Your STRESS !

Stress is killing!
But I will explain how to get rid of your stressors forever.
 

You feel miserable, exhausted, irritated, too often headaches,
suffering a high blood pressure, anxiety, traumatised and/ or
( simply) stressed ??!! 

Then we should have a talk together because:
I do have  wonderful tools to discover and solve
 physical or mental issues or disease.

Those – very successful –  tools I use are called

Holistic therapies and Energy Medicine tools.  

And I call the way I work: BIO-ENERGY Healing.

 

 

 


To read more about this Bio-Energy click here.

With the  Emo-Health Tracking  Codes- therapy
I help you to discover where and what your stressors or traumas are and:  how to let them disappear!
And once you know how to manage your stressors, you can help yourself the rest of your life!
It sounds very simple and easy.
And in fact, that is the way it is.
But: you must be
Open and honest with yourself
about your emotions.
Emotions and stress are the basic ingredients which are making you sick; up to losing your immune system completely and
ending up with a Burn-Out or worse!

What is Universal Energy?

Click Here for the article about this wonderful Life Force!

And what are the Emo-Health Tracking Codes?

Click here to learn more about those Amazing Bio-Healing therapies.

 Very soon you can read more about this in my upcoming book

“How to Master Your Stress and Manage Your Energy”

Spring 2018- 275 pages

But don’t let this prevent you from taking action NOW by contacting me :
mercedeschoufoer94@gmail.com

And I will help you start to feel better and more vitalized. Because together we will stop your stressors to prevent you from living the life you had in mind.

LIFE Force ENERGY Exercises

Follow my Life Force Exercises daily TIPS in which you will find 2-minute videos with a little exercise of 25-30 seconds to boost your Energy and your Health.
Take a look at my Facebook page :
Mercedes.choufoer/ stress management

https://www.facebook.com/montolzaonline
Read more about the relaxing  seminar: a training and healing week  in the lovely setting of rural France
with the all-inclusive offer we have for you :

” Relax & MASTER YOUR STRESS ”  

 

Eco Meditation by Dawson Church

EcoMeditation: Effortless Meditation in 7 Easy Steps

 

What if you approach meditation as a physical task, like catching a ball or brushing your teeth?

 -All the difficulty and frustration goes away –

You can meditate effortlessly!

 

Dear Friend,

When I teach live workshops, I often ask the audience, “Who’s taken a meditation class or read a book?” Virtually everyone raises their hand.

Then I ask who has an active daily meditation practice, and just a few hands go up.

That’s because traditional meditation is shrouded with so many spiritual and religious beliefs, and takes a lot of practice to master. Sad. So all those people, who would reap the health benefits of meditation, miss out.

A few years ago I asked myself: “What would happen if a non-meditator adopted the physiological state of a meditation master?”

meditate 960      Scientists who’ve studied master meditators know exactly what’s happening in their bodies. Their predominant brain waves are alpha waves, characterizing of a state of relaxed alertness. Their autonomic nervous systems are in coherence, relaxed but with enough energy to stay awake. All the neurological circuits of the fight-flight response are turned off. Happiness hormones like serotonin and oxytocin are flooding their brains.

Sounds good, right?

Well, it turns out that if you give a failed meditator the right instructions, simply copying the physiological characteristics of a master meditator — generating alpha brain waves through a simple visualization discovered by Princeton University researchers a generation ago, and doing simple breathing exercises that produce coherence, they pop right into the same state as a master meditator — no training required.

Does that sound too good to be true?

I’ve now done this process, which I call EcoMeditation, with thousands of failed meditators. It puts them in a deep meditative state in an average of 90 seconds. I’m so excited about the potential of EcoMeditation that I am giving the written steps involved away free to everyone I talk to, to make the benefits of meditation available everywhere.

It really works!  Get your download link here 

Mediation produces an enormous number of positive effects on the mind and body. A physician friend of mine, Robert Dozor, MD, co-founder of the Integrative Medical Clinic of Santa Rosa, California, and co-author of the book The Heart of Healing, says,

“If meditation were a drug, failure to prescribe it would constitute medical malpractice.”

Each morning I use EcoMeditation myself, after tapping away any resistance to living in complete 100% alignment with my life’s highest possible purpose. Thirty minutes later, when I emerge from EcoMeditation, colors seem brighter, my work load seems lighter, and my levels of optimism and enthusiasm are sky-high. EcoMeditation produces a rush of endorphins and neurotransmitters like serotonin and oxytocin. I’m literally addicted to the positive brain chemistry that meditation produces. EcoMeditation can make us “feel-good” addicts!meditate 2 960

EcoMeditation combines the “best practices” from EFT, neurofeedback, HeartMath, and Transpersonal Psychology. We use it in our WEL or Whole Energy Lifestyle workshops for deep transformation. It’s fun to read the comments by workshop participants here, as they try EcoMeditation for the first time, and are blown away by the results.

An Iraq war veteran, Bryce Rogow, wrote a moving story about his experience with EcoMeditation, and how it’s helping him heal from traumatic combat experiences. Even weeks of meditation study at a Japanese monastery didn’t produce the same results as stumbling across this page and trying the 7 easy steps below. You can read Bryce’s story here. And here’s a brief “cut and paste” explanation of EcoMeditation.

Whether you’re a newcomer to meditation, or whether you’ve tried it without success in the past, try this simple 7 step practice.

You’ll be surprised at how quickly and effectively you can enter a deep meditative state, and I hope to get you addicted to your own “feel-good hormones” too!

-Dawson Church of EFTUniverse.com 

Thanks very much Dawson, Mercedes

What is the positive sense of Comparison

Looking at Instagram

I’m not an Instagram user, but family members are, and I see the kinds of things that are posted: people going to parties, to the beach, having a great dinner, traveling, going on a run, doing yoga … generally living an amazing life.

If you were to look at these on a regular basis, it would be easy to compare your boring life (looking at your phone) to the incredible lives of your friends. Why aren’t you doing more? Why aren’t you eating more beautiful food? Why aren’t you traveling or exercising or doing anything other than what you’re doing right now? Why don’t you have a better body?

It’s not a fair comparison, of course. They’re not posting photos of themselves when they’re doing the more mundane things, including sitting around looking at their phones. They’re not posting about their anxieties or boredom, their arguments and procrastination, their insecurities.

But even if you do an apples-to-apples comparison — your highlights to theirs — what use is that? Do the highlights of our lives need to be better than anyone else’s? Why?

Do the highlights determine our happiness? Do they show us what life is about?

No: happiness comes from appreciating what’s in front of you, not wishing you were doing something else. You find out what life is about by paying closer attention to it, not wishing you were living a fantasy.

We don’t need to be better than anyone else: we just need to love where we are and what we’re doing and who we are. That’s what matters.

The comparisons don’t make us happier or appreciate life more — they make us feel horrible about ourselves. And that’s heartbreaking.And consuming a lot of our energy.

 Judging Someone Else

Let’s say I have worked hard to change my habits, quitting smoking and then taking up regular exercise and eating a lot healthier. I’ve worked hard to make myself into a healthy person, and I’m proud of it.

Then I see someone else who is overweight, who eats junk all the time and smokes and can’t seem to stick to an exercise plan.

One common reaction is to look at this overweight person and judge them: why don’t they stop eating all that junk? Go for a daily walk, eat some vegetables? They have no self-control! They are to blame for their problems.

So we judge them, and in comparison we feel superior for not having those bad habits. But this doesn’t make us happy: judging someone else only makes us dislike them. That’s not happiness — that’s shaking our heads in disgust.

We wish they were more like us, and might even feel some frustration that they don’t take action to do something good for themselves.

This doesn’t make us appreciate life more — it makes us wish it were different, and frustrated that it isn’t. Instead, we might consider trying to understand the person.
Have we ever struggled with habits? Have we ever felt bad about ourselves? Of course we have.

We know what it feels like to go through difficulty, to feel hopeless, to not think we can change. We don’t know what it feels like to be this person, but maybe we can imagine that they’re suffering, and we can wish for their suffering to end.

The Two Habits

In both cases, the comparisons led to feeling really bad about ourselves or others. This is heartbreaking, because we are good people, and so are they. It’s only in comparison that we take what’s wonderful and turn it into something cruel.

I propose two habits to replace comparison:

  1. Appreciate where you are.
    Instead of looking at the lives of others, see the goodness in front of you. Inside of you. Appreciate each moment, one at a time, and be happy where you are. When you find yourself comparing your life to the lives of others, turn to the moment in front of you and find ways to appreciate it.
  2. Seek to understand, not judge.
    When you find yourself frustrated with others, or judging them … instead, try to understand them. Are they going through a hard time? Are they frustrated? Sad? Angry? Feeling hopeless? Do you know what that’s like? When we understand a person, we let go of judgment.

With these two strategies, our heart comes to the right place. And we let go of the cruelty of comparisons, as unthinkably unnecessary.

With thanks to Leo Babuta.