Chill out the brain?

Natural Relief -costs you nothing! Andrew Gallup, now at the State University of New York at Oneonta, was first inspired with the idea during his undergraduate degree, when he realized that stretching and yawning might help to chill the brain and stop it overheating. The strong gaping movement of the jaws forces blood flow around the skull, helping defusing excess heat. Then inhaling cool air into the sinus cavities sends oxygen around the carotid artery leading …

Create with colors to feel good

Here is a quick little experiment to feel good. Change your pain and stress. Have fun while you do it. 1. Watch the video. 2. Collect shiny cloth to practice on. 3. Have your permanent Sharpie markers with wide chisel tips handy. 4. Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle 5. Work over a bucket or on a table covered in plastic or with butcher paper. Please send us pictures or video of your results.  Comments welcome.   …

Secret to Peace and Happiness

“Peace begins with a smile” -Mother Teresa Smiling is contagious even if you are looking at yourself in the mirror and forcing the edges of your mouth upward. Try it when you feel low. Smiling moves your biochemistry, and helps your body function better. Smiling improves your health, decreases your stress level, and creates an “attraction factor” for more good things to happen. Smiling is fun and helps others feel good too. Thanks to Youtube.com and …

Let’s get together

Let’s get together and sing “One Love” by Bob Marley and feel all right. When you sing, and move your body with those singing today on “Relaxation Island”©, You will feel more energy and have more feel good hormones called endorphins moving in your body. Play and sing along and you will help raise everyone’s energy on the planet. Feel it. Do this every day and watch your world begin to feel lighter and your smiles …

Unwind by the ocean

Take a few moments today to unwind by one of the “Relaxation Island ©” beaches. Remember each time you breathe deep and relax and let your attention wander gently to the beach. Changing your focus will help unwind some of the pressure of the day and raise your creative energy . Simply let go and let the sounds of the ocean wash away the hectic pressures of your day. Success begins at your core.  Contact Mary …