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I Feel Your Pain: An Empath’s Guide to Staying Balanced

reblogged from Bo Forbes’ blog  http://boforbes.com/yoga-practice-lab/blog/feel-pain-empaths-guide-staying-balanced/  Do you often wonder which emotions are yours, and which belong to someone else? When people you care about are hurting, do you feel their pain so deeply that it’s hard to separate—even after they’re out of crisis mode? In relationships, do you donate so much of your own […]

Give Thanks and Prosper

Give Thanks and Prosper

from Northeastern University, April 1, 2014   http://medicalxpress.com/news/2014-04-prosper.html I found this an interesting study exploring whether we can actually cultivate a quality, in this case an emotion.  The study looks at cultivating gratitude with the hope that it will pay off in more patience for people.  I’m a firm believer that we can cultivate emotions and […]

The Science of Stress, Heart Rate and Breathing

The Science of Stress, Heart Rate and Breathing

reblogged from Basis website  http://www.mybasis.com/blog/2013/10/the-science-of-stress-heart-rate-and-breathing/   Breathing can be complicated for people with traumatic activation which is why we often have to adapt breathing exercises for people and not just do the standard “take a deep breath” diaphragmatic breathing.  At the same time I thought this blog post would provide valuable information for you.  Throughout the […]

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