On a scale of 1 – 10 with 10 being “completely stressed out”, how are you feeling? If your score is 5 or higher, you’ll be glad that you kept reading the rest of my message. 🙂
Stress from change is a natural part of life. Unfortunately, without appropriate stress management, it can affect our physical, mental, and emotional health.
Therefore, understanding how change leads to stress, as well as how to manage that stress is an important part of leading a healthier, happier life.
I recorded this video to guide you through a simple and gentle process to assist you in staying grounded and focused as you adjust to life’s changes and transformations.
The American Medical Association (AMA) states 80 percent of all health problems are stress-related, and even the conservative Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that 85 percent of all diseases appear to have an emotional element.
Each emotion has its own vibratory signature, and when intense emotions are felt, they can become trapped in your body, much like a ball of energy.
“These “balls of energy” can become lodged just about anywhere in your body, where they can then cause disruptions in your body’s energy system, which underlies your physical system much like an invisible matrix.” — Dr. Bradley Nelson
“Emotions have a negative and positive polarity. We must be able to access both polarities of all of our emotions to be fully alive.” — Dr. Carolyn L. Mein
“The body holds emotional patterns regardless of conscious awareness. Sometimes we bury our emotions and they are stored in the body until sufficient pressure builds, producing pain or disease in the area.” — Karol K. Truman
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Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements and the event are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure ANY disease. A decision to use/not use this information is the sole responsibility of the reader. Be sure to see your licensed physician for a medical evaluation.
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Stacey Hall, L.S.H., C.N.T.C., C.A.C, C.R.T.S.
Success Coach, Speaker, Best-Selling Author
CEO, Chi-To-Be!, LLC