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Mind Detox to Get Rid of Obsessive Negative Thoughts Fast

April 4, 2013

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If we want to reduce our stress fast, we may need to remove the obsessive negative thoughts in our mind.  A basic breathing exerciseinstant laughter, healing color photo meditation, may can be helpful in reducing stress, beating anxiety and seasonal depression because they refocus our attention.

As a certified holistic health and nutrition coach counselor and radio host, I remind my clients and listeners that the faster we can refocus our mind, the better it is for our heart and health, otherwise, we can end up with a heart attack or stroke.

Here is a stress remedy tip on how we can refocus our mind and to relax and feel better fast.  Try this Four Corner Breathing Exercise by Lucy Jo Palladino, PhD. every time you feel overwhelmed with anger or worrisome thoughts. It will help you lower yoHomemade Stress Remedies to Relax and Refocus Fastur blood pressure and avoid heart attack.

1. Find an object that has four corners, like a window. Focus on the upper left-hand corner; inhale, for a count of four.

2. Look at the upper right-hand corner; hold your breathe for a count of four.

3. Gaze at the lower right-hand corner, and exhale.

4. Look at the lower left-hand corner. Tell yourself to relax , then smile.

*Click to listen to our discussion on The Healing Power of Our Own Healing Master Control System.


Breathe, smile and be happy.

© Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition and Relationship Expert

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Winter Detox Your Mind, Spirit, Body with Natural Stress Remedies

January 29, 2013

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When its cold and wet outside, it may be the right time to take some time to balance your lifestyle, body and your body.  Why not take some indoor time to take care of your relationship issues, career choices,Detox Your Mind physical activities levels, and spirituality with some natural stress remedies that can use to detox your mind.

1. Where are the stresses in your life?

First try to answer the following questions to help you focus on what you need to do to eliminate some unnecessary stress:

  • Which area of your life (relationship, career, finances, physical activities, spirituality, education, health, social life, home environment) you think needs the most attention right now, and why is that?
  • Which area of your life do you think keeps you in balance?
  • Where do you think you need to spend more time and energy to create balance.

If you can answer the questions above, you will be better able to focus on the remedies you choose to use to detox your mind, spirit and body with, for example:

2. Try a Yoga, Qigong or Tai Chi class as a stress remedy

Learning yoga poses can reduce your stress levels, boost your mood, and improve your overall health. Studies show that your level of the stress hormone cortisol is reduced when doing basic beginner yoga.  You can also get the benefits of yoga with chair yoga, office yoga or wall yoga to detox your body and find hormone balance.

Qigong is the art of cultivating your vital energy through gentle movements and techniques that incorporate breath, sound, visualization and self-massage.

Tai chi -moving meditation – consists of slow, focused, deliberate moves that awaken your chi and allows it to flow unblocked throughout your body, improving your healthy well-being.

3. Learn visualization-meditation to detox your mind

There are so many different meditation exercise techniques. One of them suggests sitting for a couple of minutes doing nothing but being aware of our breathing. Just sit still for a moment, inhale slowly through your nose, then exhale slowly through your mouth.

You can also use a facial meditation to help you rejuvinate your face while you are relaxing your body.

Visualization helps to refocus your mind and reduce stress in no time. Just look at the clouds, a flower, a butterfly, or try food meditation by imagining a plate with healthy food.

Always breathe, smile and be happy.

P.S. Listen to our interview with Susan James, Self-Discovery Trainer on How to Detox Your Mind and Get Unstuck.

©Irina Wardas HHC

Women’s Holistic Health Coach and Nutrition Counselor

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Focus and Detox Your Mind with Sound Meditation

May 23, 2011

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Sometimes we need to take a break to have some water, breathe and refocus. If we just sit and listen to our body, we will relax, reduce stress, and detox our mind. Did you know that we can also heal ourselves with certain healing sounds our body needs at the moment?

I would like to share with you this extract from the article Sound Healing by author and psychic Misa Hopkins.

To intuitively sense what sound your body needs at any given moment, arises from your ability to listen to and sense your body without being distracted by external sounds. Focus and Detox Your Mind with Sound Meditation The sound emerges freely, when you are not encumbered by predetermined ideas about what you think that sound should be or judgments about the quality of the sound. Sound flows freely from a quiet mind.

Fortunately, if you are curious about sound healing, sound itself can help you focus and quiet your mind. Consider this very simple exercise:

1. Begin by sighing out loud from high to low. Do this about three times until your body is relaxed.

2. Sigh out loud again, only this time land on a sound that feels like home and hold it. Make this sound for about one minute, breathing between each sounding.

3. Sit quietly for one minute and notice what is happening in your body.

Repeat this exercise landing on a new sound that feels comfortable for you to make. Hold this sound for about one minute and notice for one minute. Do your best to observe without analyzing or attempting to figure anything out.

For example, you might notice that you feel warm all over or in a particular area of your body. You might see light, or feel energized or at peace. Give yourself permission to simply notice without needing to give it any meaning.

Click to listen to our interview with author and psychic Misa Hopkins on How to Create Our Own Miracles for Healing.

 

Breathe, smile and be happy.

Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health and Nutrition Counselor and Coach

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Tea Meditation to Detox Your Mind and Reduce Anxiety

February 21, 2011

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What if I were to tell you that a cup of detox tea can help you detox your mind of negative thoughts and cleanse harmful toxins from your body?

Have you ever thought about drinking a cup of hot tea as meditative experience? If you slow down and drink your tea with awareness, you can call it tea meditation. As with any meditation, drinking tea will lower your high blood pressure, slower your heart rate, improve circulation, and reduce anxiety.

Doing a breathing exercise during tea time can help you detox your body and boost yourTea Meditation to Detox Your Mind and Reduce Anxiety immunity. Taking time to drink tea can also help improve your concentration and build self-confidence and self- discipline.

“When we sip tea, we are on our way to serenity.”– Alexandra Stoddard

I would like to share with you a Tea Meditation by author and spiritual director Melissa Roberts I found at www.suite101. com. With a cup of tea in hand and twenty minutes with no interruptions, prepare to enjoy a quiet, relaxing exercise.


1. Situate the body in a chair, with the back straight. Cup the hot tea mug in the hands at chest level.

2. Bring the cup of tea to the chest. Notice the warmth radiating from the cup. Now touch the cup to the chest. Experience the warmth of the body against the cup. Feel how the breath pushes and recedes against the cup.

3. Close the eyes. Focus on the breath going in and out. See how deep and slow it is possible to breathe. Take three of the slowest, deepest breaths possible. Feel the warm energy of the body pulsing from the bottom of the breath to the top of it.

4. Now open the eyes and lift the cup of tea to the nose. How does it smell? How does the steam feel against the face? Breathe in the warmth, and during the exhale imagine the warmth traveling all the way to the bottom of the feet. Take three breaths in this manner.

5. Lift the tea to the lips and take a sip. Notice how the liquid feels in the mouth and throat. Visualize that warmth traveling all the way to the toes. Take three deep breaths, inhale and exhale, feeling the warmth from the tea traveling down to the feet then up into the head.

6. Repeat sipping the tea, with three deep breaths between sips, until all the tea is gone. Hold the empty cup in the lap, and imagine warmth from the cup radiating outward and warming the entire body. Visualize the body in a cocoon of warmth, like a giant tea mug.

7. Take five deep breaths, in and out, and then open the eyes. Sit still and move gently, to enjoy the effects of the meditation as long as possible. Do not try to get up too fast, as the muscles need time to transition out of the exercise.

 

Breathe, smile and be happy.

© Irina Wardas, HHC

Women’s Holistic Health, Nutrition Coach and Counselor

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