Are you too hard on yourself? Do you exhaust yourself in a quest for perfection?
Living each day with a sense of pleasure and accepting imperfection is an art. We can learn to savor “perfect moments” rather than strive for a more perfect life. Join us on the path from perfectionism to balance and freedom!
The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver. Sunday, April 22, 3-5 PM.
Cost: $25 Pre-registration is necessary. Call me or email to register or for more info. 720-460-0758 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also join our Mind/Brain Explorations Meetup.
Increased sense of calm, clarity, focus and resilience in myself and my partner after 7 months of NeurOptimal® Neurofeedback Brain Training are what motivated me to get certified to offer it to my clients. This is a moving testimonial to how it can help heal from a worse trauma than I’ve ever experienced-
Biofield Tuning is a relatively new method to promote deep healing discovered by Eileen Mckusick (biofieldtuning.com). She found that there is an electromagnetic field that extends about 5 feet out from our bodies, in either direction that stores our history. Due to experiences of trauma, that can occur as early as in the womb, our energetic patterns are disrupted.
As we strike a tuning fork and start combing the field in towards the body, to gradually arrive at the individual’s current age, we provide acoustical feedback to the body to restore it to coherence. She calls it recalibrating the body to wholeness, just as we tune instruments that get out of tune. We listen for places where the tone goes flat or sharp, or might be full of static, then we keep sounding the fork until the tone is clear and pure.
My clients are astounded at the forgotten stories that they realize they are still carrying energetically. In the days after a session, they report a sense of lightness, more joy, the ability to start speaking their truth, or a feeling of oneness and a deep spiritual connection.
When the days are short and the nights are long, do you feel like crawling in a cave or at least under the covers until springtime? Do you feel like Lord Byron expressed-“I am always more religious on sunshiney days”?
Mood variation dependent on the amount of sunlight affects many of us, mostly women. Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder, as it is called, mimic those of depression-fatigue, lack of interest in things that used to be pleasurable, cravings for carbohydrates and weight gain.
If this is describing how you are feeling, here are 10 Tips:
Get outside even if it’s just to rake leaves or shovel snow at least 10 minutes a day.
Open all the blinds and curtains in the house to let all the sunshine in that is available.
Take your laptop or book to sit by a window.
Make sure you are taking enough Vitamin D.
Replace your light bulbs with full (broad) spectrum ones.
We are mammals. If you are getting sleepy earlier than usual, don’t fight it. Go to bed.
If you must start your day before sunrise, set a timer on your bedroom light to come on a half hour before the alarm goes off.
If possible, plan your vacations in January or February and go south to sunnier climes.
Push yourself out of the cave. Get together with friends and do something fun. Join a Meetup group.
Remember it won’t last forever. Each day from today on will have a few more minutes of sunshine!
Take a look at this lively, informative interview with the founder of Biofield Tuning, the profound new healing work that I do. I love sharing it with clients and see the deep releasing that happens, but I also love what it’s done in my own life over the last year that I’ve been experiencing it.
To keep those pounds off, we have to change what’s going on inside, emotionally and mentally. Find out about this whole person approach to create the body you desire by using the power of your own brain. Gain new tips and imagine yourself into the healthy lifestyle you’ve been wanting!
Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt, Certified SMART Recovery Facilitator Date/Time: Sunday, May 7; 3:00-5:00pm? Location:The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th Cost: $45 Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758, email@example.com
Women drink and metabolize alcohol differently than men. So, it makes sense that what truly supports us to recover may be quite different than what men need. Find out about this new tailor-made program, with evidence-based perspectives and tools that have been demonstrated to really work for us!
Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt, Certified SMART Recovery Facilitator Date/Time: Sunday, June 25; 3:00-5:00pm Location: The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th Heart of Service: Donations to People House welcome. Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758, firstname.lastname@example.org
Because some of our anxieties and fears may not actually have had their start in our own lives, they are especially difficult to soothe. Learn about the new research, how Biofield Tuning can help, and gain techniques to release your inherited wounds. Time to gain a new sense of freedom!
Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt Date/Time: Sunday, July 16; 3:30-5:00pm Location:The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th Cost: $45 Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758, email@example.com
Gathering women over 60! Drawing upon the wisdom we’ve gained, finding our own ancient archetypes, together we will open to powerful new energies, find new bearings and be ready to embrace a new consciousness for the last great phase of our lives.
Facilitator: Victoria Bresee, MAR, CHt Date/Time: Sunday, August 13; 3:30-5:00pm Location:The People House, 3035 W. 25th Ave. Denver 80211 Loft; PH 25th Cost: $35 Register/Information: Victoria Bresee, 720-460-0758, firstname.lastname@example.org
–and you don’t need to be a practiced yogi or meditator to enjoy the benefits.
You don’t even need to go to a class or pay a teacher with today’s audio downloads and smartphone apps. All you need is a place where you won’t be interrupted for a short time and it can be done in any physical orientation (sitting, lying down, or even standing. Through guided imagery, breathing and body scanning, you submerge yourself into a restful, healing state that is a unique combination of alert awareness and deep relaxation-yoga nidra. Your brain waves slow to the alpha state or even theta, where you are able to tap into your subconscious mind and source of intuition, creativity and healing while remaining aware and conscious.
As you scan your body and explore sensations, emotions, and thought patterns you will be guided to move back and forth between feeling and witnessing, observing without responding, as your nervous system unwinds and comes into balance.
Through the integrative process that that balances the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, it quickly relieves anxiety and slows the fight or flight response. Stress hormones are reduced, blood pressure and heart rates decline and the metabolic system slows down.
Since Yoga Nidra has been shown to reduce levels of stress, hostility and anxiety in chronically-ill patients, veterans and school counselors it has been integrated into a program to treat vets with PTSD.