Many teachers can show you, yet your vitality and vibrant life depends on what you practice daily

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you’ve come to know that there are many teachers, and many ways of living, that can help you prevent dis-ease and assist you in living a long and vibrant life.

Let’s look at those teachers again. And the practices that go well beyond food.

We all know people who can live to be almost any age, by eating white cake everyday, which as much as that exasperates me, also proves that all the cells of your body are LISTENING to you, your beliefs, your words, and the environment you place them in.

We don’t know if people are happy, think positive and hopeful thoughts, or not, but we can see the effects of their thoughts, happy people who laugh and joke, but eat the worst diets, smoke, drink alcohol, and so on–yet seemingly live fairly well.

Then there are those who fall over with a heart attack while jogging. Maybe they were sad, angry, resentful, or suffering from an aching heart.

Sometimes, it just makes no sense. And there seems to be no rhyme or reason to why some people live long lives and others die young.

There are many different schools of thought about a variety of subjects. And who gets to be the one authority on any one topic anyway?

So, this list includes everyone in my circle who promote exercise, healthy eating habits, and mindful practices (yes, some religious / spiritual, though I realize people who claim to be atheists, can also live long and healthy lives).

Who do you follow? What are your daily practices? Do they make you FEEL good when you do them? If so, I think you’re probably on a pretty good path for yourself. I am not here to judge.

I heard it said that the best exercise is the one you’ll DO! And that has proven to be true in my experience. I love the benefits of walking, Qigong, Pilates, Yamuna, yoga, deep breathing, and singing, so I continue to practice these.

I am here, as my mother was for me (in my younger years), to give you the benefit of helpful people and things that I’ve found. But my way does not have to be your way.

If you saw what I eat on a daily basis, you’d think I’d be thin, or at the very least of a “normal” weight, but I struggle with the extra 60-80 pounds I put on during a traumatic time of my life. Oh, I lose 20-30 pounds for awhile, then I slowly put it back on. I’ve paid thousands of dollars for diet books, classes, enzyme supplements, colonics, cleansing teas, doctor sponsored diet plans, and on and on, but I have not yet (I have hope) found one that really, truly, works for me. I even use EFT, Jin Shin Jyutsu, prayer, acupuncture, acupressure, reflexology, meditation, and so on also, to release the mental struggle in order to return to my pre-age 35 weight. But alas, I continue to seek to find the way back to my whole and healthy weight. I’ve even “let go” of trying–but that just piles on more pounds it seems.

Here’s an example of one of my lunches (that I eat most weekdays, as most weekends I skip lunch in favor of a Greek egg omelet):

  • 4 Romaine lettuce leaves
  • Big slice of raw onion
  • 1/2 raw squash (or zucchini)
  • 2 or 3 slices of roasted turkey breast (optional)

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Dressing:

  • 1 T Garlic
  • 1/2 t garlic powder
  • 1/4 t cajun or creole seasoning
  • Walnut and Olive oil
  • Dash of sea salt to taste

So, I am just a regular gal, hoping to connect you with some things, or people, who will assist you to be the person you want to be. I am a Connector. Don’t look to me to be perfect. True art only finds and honors the imperfection anyway. If life were perfect and everyone was the same, it would be boring. Embrace the drama–just a little bit, and use it to make better, consistently joyous choices. That’s about as good as it gets.

Much love, and many blessings to you in ALL ways,

sheila

Are you scared of Yoga?

Yoga isn’t just for thin and fit young women… ohh nooooo!

If you’ve ever walked into a yoga studio and been made to feel anything less than beautiful, no matter your age, weight, skin tone, gender, hair color, or personal style, then honey, that group wasn’t for you anyway.

Or, if you’ve ever thought that you’re just not flexible enough to do yoga, think again! Only with practice does flexibility come. No one has ever became a yoga guru overnight! And no one will expect that perfection from you. It’s all about the progress, not perfection in yoga. No one is born a master.

In a yoga class, each of us are so busy working on getting into a posture and breathing in it, that we aren’t looking at you anyway. Sure, there may be the occasional glance, but our purpose in class is to focus on self, breathe and connect with our own mind and body, all the while feeling the support and building our confidence by feeling supported by a caring teacher who will guide us.

This is why I delightfully invite you, if you’re anywhere near the Tampa Bay area of Florida, to meet Dr. Ronald Porter and come to one of his uplifting classes.

I attended Dr. Porter’s “Yoga FUNdamentals!” class yesterday (one of the series of experiential learning classes he offers on a monthly basis at Miracles Metaphysical bookstore in St. Petersburg, FL) and he did a brilliant joy (er, job) of leading an older group of us (many of whom had never moved their bodies much at all, much less had done yoga before) in yoga. Plus, he taught us how he came to learn and teach yoga, the proper way the positions (asanas) are done, the Sanskrit words for each asana, and how to modify it for our body and ability. We moved very slowly, breathed, and held the asana for 3 to 5 minutes.

I woke up this morning feeling ten years younger, lighter, and with no muscle soreness at all! In fact, yoga can help you live longer, because with a flexible spine you’ll be able to do more, and not hurt when you bend over and pick something up from the floor. With practice, yoga will enable your body to flex, thus allowing  you to feel younger! Yoga is a process. But, it won’t take long, with consistent practice, for you to feel, and then see, a transformation in your body.

In the Fundamentals playshop, Dr. Ronald K. Porter lead us in an exploration of the basic philosophy and fundamental poses of yoga.  We all learned and practiced right along with him. We smiled, and laughed. It was experiential! And it was fun!

During Ronald’s class, we could obviously see Ronald’s mastery of yoga, yet we could also see, hear, and feel that this master has transcended ego. He never made us feel “less than” anything! In fact, because Ronald says, “beautiful” so much during class, he has me saying it more now in my everyday life. Positivity abounds!

The journey of yoga is a lifelong process, and the student who is open to this process can experience an entirely new readjustment and realignment in their life.  We invite you to laugh and have fun learning this wonderful technique for better health! People have diminished or eliminated anxiety, eased stress, calmed nerves, and lessened depression by practicing yoga. Some have even replaced their smoking habit, or other addictive habit with yoga–it’s very beneficial for you since it’s all about the mind-body connection. And if you’re on prescription medication for a chronic health issue, over time, you may find you’ll need less of those meds!*

If you’re taught properly, yoga is simply about connecting your breath to your body.

Yoga means “to yoke with”. The history of yoga indicates it was thought that by practicing yoga you could enter a meditative, contemplative state of mind, and establish right relationship with God, or the Divine. Whether you want to explore yoga for spiritual reasons, or to relieve your body of pain or chronic dis-ease, don’t let anyone judge you into not coming to a yoga class.

If you aren’t local to our area, or for any reason whatsoever still scared to try a public yoga class, you can always go to YouTube or Gaiam TV online and find a beginner video to watch. Begin moving your body in rhythm with your breath. Do five minutes of yoga. Then build to ten minutes, and so on. Until you feel ready to come out and join a group. The energy you’ll feel while in a group experience is so much richer than going it alone, that within a couple sessions, you’ll really enjoy it.

From Dr. Ronald Porter,

Yoga is for everyone!  Whether your tall, short, round, thin, male, female or transgender, yoga has the potential of being very beneficial for your life.  Often, when people think of yoga they imagine lean and slender persons contorting their bodies into positions that look painful, and even disturbing.  Every now and then I am even asked, “Hey, can you demonstrate that pretzel position?”  It’s sad to think that many people miss out on yoga simply because they have been led to believe it is not for them.

However, yoga is for us all!

I have overheard some people say they’re scared of yoga for religious reasons. Well, that is simply misinformation. If you’re thinking that a yoga teacher is going to attempt to convert you into becoming a mystic, read this.

Some of you may feel intimidated at the thought of yoga, but again, everybody has to start somewhere. We’ve all been new. It’s really okay! Just start wherever you are! And if you tried a class somewhere and felt pressured to perform a posture that was too much for you, or worse, you were called out in any way, you have my assurance — you will not feel that way in Ronald’s yoga classes.

Ronald’s soothing voice and calm manner was one of the first things that attracted me to his classes. When Ronald says to, “breathe d-e-e-p”, you will feel the tension melt away, and as you breathe deep, you’ll feel the ease of your body. I am blessed in those moments. And if I didn’t feel like I fit in when I arrived, I feel it then!

Each week, I look forward to the energy and the flow that I feel during our yoga class, the relaxation, and the healing that takes place. No one has to prod me to attend. I even sleep better after attending a yoga class!

Try it, you’ll like it!

You’ll find a group at Ronald’s classes who are kind, supportive, and loving. You may not get to know them all at once, because since yoga is about our “self” you might find more introverts practicing yoga. However, over time, as you come to class and practice next to someone, mat to mat, you will see that we are all each on our own journey. Yet, We Are All Connected.

Along my life’s journey I have learned that if I do not judge others, they do not judge me. And I think that’s a pretty good mind set and way to live, whether on or off the yoga mat.

Amen. Namaste. OM

———– Weekly Yoga Class Invitation ———

When?

Every Tuesday evening from 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Where?

Metro Wellness and Community Center

3251 3rd Ave. N

St. Petersburg, FL

There is a $5 donation requested per class with all proceeds going to Metro.

Also, Ronald offers a yoga class on Thursday evenings at Awakening Wellness Center in St. Pete –> visit the their site’s calendar to view events here.

———– Blessings to you in ALL ways! ———

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Get a great stretch and workout at home once you learn Yamuna Body Rolling with Emily

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Yamuna® Body Rolling (YBR) is an awesome and empowering therapeutic technique, which consists of special 4”-10” inch air-inflatable balls, along with special movements using your own body weight and gravity. You can practice self-care and easily work specific muscles and tendons in detail.

Using YBR routines, you can progress slowly (or at your own pace), to put your body into alignment, and bring suppleness to tight areas. You can optimize your bodily range of motion by relaxing your body weight into one of the balls, during specific exercises that will re-educate your muscles to bring about lasting changes in your body. Wonderful body transformation can be achieved with regular use.

Sleep better, lose weight, and live longer–the possibilities are endless when you do body rolling regularly! And it’s FUN!!!

Anyone can experience a Yamuna® Body Rolling session; no matter your age or fitness level. Even expectant mothers have found YBR techniques enjoyable, smooth, and easy to do. When the body becomes more flexible, all tasks become easier!

In the Tampa Bay Florida area, Emily Stein is a certified Yamuna® Body Rolling Practitioner dedicated to helping her local community become pain free using this non-invasive fun and gentle method. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in 2012, Emily began studying multiple healing methods, and soon found how authentically the Yamuna® Body Rolling aligned with Yoga and stretching to bring her participants and students unparalleled health benefits.

You can feel incredible immediate relief of tight muscles, stiff joints, or aches and pain in the body after just your first session with Emily! The YBR balls, in a variety of sizes, almost replace a massage therapist’s hands! Often, after just a lesson or two, you can reach areas that are not part of a massage, thereby lengthening and toning muscles, as well as releasing stress in ligaments and joints – all on your own in the comfort of your own home. This is just one reason why, after a Yamuna® Body Rolling session, many people say they feel as though they’ve had a deep tissue massage! Think of the money you can save!

Yamuna® Body Rolling is definitely a health spa type of thing that you can do while watching television – you don’t have to be a couch potato! And the YBR balls are super portable and convenient to take along if you travel for work or pleasure.

Speaking of work, you can take one of the balls with you to work and place it behind your back in your office chair to get a quick and personal chair massage for mid back, shoulders, and so on, and no one will know! Of course if someone asks and tries it, they’re going to want the to get the Yamuna® Body Rolling system for themselves (and go for a class in their area) – so, be prepared to joyfully share this article for them to learn more!

The Yamuna® Body Rolling foot wakers (two half balls with nubs on them, perfect to massage all acupressure points on the feet) are also awesome to take to work and place under your feet and get your foot work done while you sit at your desk. This author’s feet have never felt so good–and I’ve never been able to spread my toes apart and hold them that way by themselves, until now!

Previous participants in Emily’s classes reported the soothing of plantar fasciitis, relief of sciatica, shoulder, hip, or back pain. Many people who regularly use the Yamuna® Body Rolling system have experienced a wonderful lasting calm and ease of their central nervous system.

In the Tampa Bay Florida area, Emily Stein is a certified Yamuna® Body Rolling Practitioner and Personal Trainer who specializes in flexibility and mobility training using Yamuna® Body Rolling and Active Isolated Stretching. Emily is dedicated to helping her local community become pain free using this non-invasive fun and gentle method.

Interested in learning more? If you’re near the Tampa Bay (Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater) Florida area, contact Emily at: Roll for Fitness. Emily helps people who want and need to improve their movement.

For information about the history of YBR, see the Yamuna® Body Rolling website.

To our feeling great, better health, and longevity,

Sheila Murrey

Your alternative health researcher, joyful wellness guinea pig, and mindful Mind-Body-Spirit guru! Reach out to me if you need a boost, or a boot, to get yourself back in charge of YOUR well-being.

8 easy free things you can do to improve your health at home

A conversation this week with Chris Waltein, a very “tuned in” Holistic Health Practitioner at Awakening Wellness Center, and Director of Operations at Awakening Into The Sun (St. Petersburg, Florida) gave rise to this blog post! Thank you Chris, for an aWEsOMe conversation and tour of the new wellness center!
There are many easy and free things all of us can do at home that can improve our health. Most of us know and do some of these things, but we may not have tried them all–and we might be able to increase our vitality and longevity by incorporating more of these tips into our daily routine.
So, here’s a short list for consideration. Click any of the highlighted words to learn more about each:
  1. Drink more water
  2. Get more sleep
  3. Meditate
  4. Eat fresh home made meals — including raw veggies/juice
  5. Massage your body — if you live alone, you can do self massage or acupressure!
  6. Deep breathing — there are many benefits and techniques
  7. Laugh! Yes, there are real measured benefits just from laughing daily!
  8. Move you body–Any kind of movement! Some ideas:
Yoga, Qigong, Pilates, Tai Chi, gentle stretches to improve mobility and flexibility, lunges and squats, walk (either alone or with a neighbor or friend), run, dance, garden, walking meditation, stair climb, swim, golf, play any kind of sport, etc.
There are many ways to get your blood and lymph moving (some within a very small place)! Always go at your own pace and be kind to yourself — there’s no competition, just move a little more every day and measure your improvements!
While practicing deep breathing you can add any of the following healing energy medicine modalities, such as: Jin Shin Jyutsu, EFT or Reiki to calm, relax, and rejuvenate your body.
There are many aspects to yoga. You might want to begin with the yoga postures (how you move your body) and progress to the other mind-body and spiritual enlightenment aspects. I would recommend you to find a well-rounded yoga teacher and take some classes. I initially learned yoga when I was a teenager, by watching x on television. Many years later, I took an in-person class and there was a world of difference! Dr. Alison J. Kay teaches a more complete yoga because she was trained in India as an Ashtanga Yoga Teacher, and also trained as a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher of 200 hours (RYT-200).
Pilates has been a modality that I’ve only recently explored. I take classes at Blue Sage Pilates in Bradenton, Florida and I LOVE IT! I can’t say enough about how it’s gently strengthened my muscles, increased my flexibility, and enabled me to breathe much better! It’s so much more healing than I ever knew! It’s not just for dancers. Anyone, young or old, can learn and practice Pilates for health. I highly recommend it!
Now, take out a pen and paper. Jot down some of the things you want to improve about your physical body. Try one or two of the things from this article that you aren’t currently doing. Give it a couple weeks, and then write down all of the improvements.
Come back to this article and comment to let us all know what you did, and the differences you’ve experienced in your energy level, overall health, or vitality! I’ll be looking forward to it!
Also, if you’ve already been doing these things, or have another alternative, natural, or holistic health recovery experience to share with me, please comment or email and let me know – especially if you’d like me to add your story to my third book (in progress).
Many blessings! To our better health!

List of really yummy protein powder drinks you can mix easily with water

Protein drinks will provide you with energy, enable you to fast (especially if you’re just beginning to fast), and perhaps even add to your longevity! When I fast I drink two to four servings of protein powder mixed with water throughout my day — typically two servings for breakfast, one for lunch, and one for dinner. It depends upon if I am eating raw fresh veggies for my lunch or not.

Protein powders are a special food. When we eat protein (such as meat) the body breaks it down into amino acids. Then the body assembles the amino acids back together to build our human muscle and most of our physical attributes.

Protein powders are often made of egg, whey, and soy and these often contain the full spectrum of essential amino acids. The term “essential” is used here to describe the metabolic processes that occur within the body from our consumption of food. Egg, whey, and soy score high on the PDCAAS (Protein Digestibility-Corrected Amino Acid Score), with a top ranking score of 1.0.

Obviously, persons allergic to eggs or chicken should avoid the egg based protein powders. I avoid whey because I do not know what it is about dairy that that brings my body down a bit, whether it’s the casein or the whey, or something else. Since it’s an unknown, I avoid it. And it doesn’t bother me to avoid whey because there are a myriad of new protein powders on the market made from other things. NOTE: I did begin my research into various protein powders by using NuLean first–it is whey based.

I avoid soy based protein powders because of the high amount of GMO soy in the marketplace, and I have issues regarding the whole “soy protein isolate” issue. And while I realize the protein powder manufacturers should be using non GMO soy, I just err on the side of caution–especially since the protein powder is my only food on my fasting days (aside from raw veggies).

The kinds of ingredients I look for in a protein powder are:

  • Pea
  • Artichoke
  • Cranberry
  • Hemp
  • Amaranth
  • Quinoa
  • Flax
  • Millet
  • Lentil
  • Chia
  • Pumpkin Seed
  • Rice (highly digestible and the least allergenic, most like mother’s milk with an outstanding array of amino acids)

Transform your body and health. Lose weight while boosting the vibrancy and overall vitality of your body. This is true wellness and well-being, is it not? Feeling so fantastic that you are able to do any activity you desire!

I’ve written several other articles previously about fasting, including –> click here, and here, and here. Fasting can be quite healing for your body (mostly because instead of digesting food, your body can work on repairing things). I love intermittent fasting for health, longevity, and how it can help me transform my body. After my fasting days I always become even more of a healthy eater. It opens wider my awareness about choosing good food.

The following is a list of protein powders I highly recommend:

Orgain Organic Protein plant based powder — main ingredients: Organic Brown Rice, Hemp, Chia, and Pea Protein

PlantFusion Phood — main ingredients: Pea Protein, Artichoke, Organic Sprouted Amaranth, and Organic Sprouted Quinoa

Reset 360 All-In-One Shake — main ingredients: Pea Protein Isolate, Potato Starch, and Chlorella

SunWarrior Warrior Blend — main ingredients: Raw Organic Pea Protein, Raw Cranberry Protein, Raw Organic Hemp Seed Protein

Wild Force Super Plant Protein — main ingredients: Pine Nut, Durian, Prickly Pear, Chlorella, Quinoa Sprout, Pumpkin Seed, Pea, and Hemp among many others.

Take it upon yourself to be your vibrant self: healthy, joyful, and beautiful. Be who you want to be.

Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, diagnose or prescribe.

Trouble losing weight? It may not all be “in your genes”…

I’m a big proponent of self help and the power each of us has to change anything we’re not happy about in our life.

I talk a lot about how we expand in our growth when we get to know our thoughts and focus, thus better directing our life.

I’ve been reading that overweight people might have genes that push them towards food (perhaps even cause food addiction) whether they are hungry or not, or that a lack of willpower has something to do with it, but the more I read the less I blame genes for this. Dr. Bruce Lipton teaches that our genes are only a blueprint. Something else turns our genes on or off.

You might like to know there are easy complements you can add to your daily routine to lose weight and conquer your genetic predispositions by helping your mind and body turn off those weight storing genes.

What’s more is that once you learn these tips, and DO them each day, you increase your chances of weight loss success (whatever that really means to you)!

Think about this. When you were young, were you skinny or overweight? If you were thin twenty or more years ago, why not now? Yes, it could be the food you choose, or because you sit all day, but it could be something else. Have you already tried a myriad of diets only to find the weight creeps back on?

Maybe you have chalked it up to your genes, or changing hormones.  Perhaps you’ve given up. But that doesn’t feel good, does it? It feels like you’re defeated.

So, what if I tell you that you can change your mind and accomplish weight loss, in spite of your genetic situation. And you will then be able to lose weight and keep it off — yes, maintain your weight loss! Ahh, doesn’t that feel good when you think of THAT possibility?

Just for you–sort of a holiday present, I am outlining my protocol for weight loss (and increasing health vitality/energy) for you to try one or more of these ideas as follows:

  • 15 minutes of quiet meditation every morning
  • Two 10 minute stair-climbing (walking) meditation periods during the work day
  • Intermittent fasting (incorporating raw vegetables / green juices / green smoothies with little or no fruit on fasting days and drinking protein drinks — my next article will give you a lot of information on protein powders you can try)
  • Use Emotional Freedom Technique™ (EFT) daily or as needed for will and encouragement
  • Use Jin-Shin-Jyutsu (JSJ) daily or as needed for healing of specific bodily issues
  • Practice Pilates to increase mobility, straighten the spine, enhance breathing, and lengthen/tone muscles
  • Using Energy Medicine as needed
  • Walk in nature whenever possible
  • Limit potatoes to once or twice a week – rarely with meat (following food combining principles)
  • No eating bread, pasta, or anything made from processed flour – substituting coconut flour as needed
  • No eating or drinking anything with processed sugar – substituting maple syrup, stevia, local honey, or agave as needed
  • Limit intake of beef and dairy
  • Limit processed foods – NO “fast foods”
  • Limit exposure to toxins/chemicals (no make-up or natural organic cosmetics only, no chemical coloring of hair, wear natural fiber clothing/shoes–get rid of polyester, rayon, permanent press, and those kinds of clothes, and use only natural organic products on your hair/skin)

Some studies have stated that people can lose by 146% more weight than only relying on diet and exercise by incorporating hypnosis into their routine! When you change your mind about food choices (yes, even what tastes good to you) and WANT to move your body more (doing fun things you love) you can be successful at the weight loss game!

I have personally experienced weight loss success and science is explaining why. Though hypnosis and EFT are different modalities, for me, the benefits of EFT are that it’s free — once you learn it, you can do it everyday for the rest of your life for almost any issue and experience immediate relief, and that it’s easy! I have practiced EFT while driving, in a restroom, and in bed to help me fall asleep. I love it!

The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology published a paper, “The Integration of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Into the Practice of Psychology: A Vision for the Future” that discusses many modalities I’ve looked into and practiced and recommend:

  • Acupuncture
  • Aromatherapy
  • Biofeedback
  • Chiropractic
  • Dietary Supplements
  • Hypnosis
  • Massage Therapy
  • Meditation
  • Movement Therapy
  • Music Therapy
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation
  • Reiki
  • Spirituality, Religion, and Prayer
  • Yoga

Though EFT is not listed among these modalities, nor could I find any reference to it when I searched their journals — I did find links to EFT when I searched their site, however it was related to something called, Emotion-Focused Therapy, not Emotional Freedom Technique. And all of the previous list of modalities are excellent for a variety of issues, or health related projects, but only a few have helped me to direct my focus and attention on my food choice and movement (exercise) enough to enable me to lose weight (and keep it off).

If you check here you will find that Hypnosis is a “relaxed, focused state of concentration.  It involves focusing attention and awareness inward.” This seems quite like meditation to me! The hypnotic state allows you to relax, rest your sympathetic nervous system, lower blood pressure, slow your heart rate, and “increase alpha and theta brain wave activity.” We’ve all probably seen people being hypnotized on TV and know that while they are in a trance, they are highly suggestible. Hypnotism allows one to more easily reach into one’s own subconscious mind. Thus, if while hypnotized we are accessing a deeper level of mind, this could give us the ability to change our perception of certain things and adjust our behavior, quite similar to EFT.

It occurs to me that since Hypnosis was pioneered by German physician Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer this may be where the word “mesmerized” may come from, when we think of anything that puts us into a trance-like state.

Emotional Freedom Technique™ (EFT) was developed by Gary Craig to “resolve negative emotions and trauma by tapping on various acupressure points.” EFT is the main self help tool I use to modify and limit my negative emotional responses to life problems. I highly doubt the current kinds of EFT and Tapping being practiced would not be possible without the pioneering work of Dr. Roger Callahan’s Thought Field Therapy.  EFT has been useful in helping one eliminate fears and phobias, overcome traumas, manage anger and pain, resolve sadness or grief, lift such addictions as nail biting and smoking, lose weight, reduce stress, gain self-esteem, and better equip one to handle other types of physical problems.

You have the power to easily make the important “brain changes” to override your genes… and meet your goals and EFT can help!

Please reach out to me (email: sheila.murrey@gmail.com) if you would like to know more about EFT or practice it with me in person, or via Skype or Google Hangout.