Wolken Pain Relief Systems

Hugs

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December 11, 2015
Happy elderly couple

Happy elderly couple

Stop now time to give yourself some lovin:

Now put your arms around your chest and give yourself a loving hug.

Give thanks for being able to hug.

Now everyone give the world a big hug and thanks for supporting us all.

The science behind a hug is simple, but its energy is deeply felt. The brain quiets, the heart opens and warmth and understanding unite those hugging.

Other ways to hug

Gentle Ways Out of pain

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November 17, 2015

 

 

When the pain seems to much.

Listen to your heart.

Ask for help from those that have a gentle way for you can hold on to follow.

Gentle ways out of pain 1:

  • Quiet yourself.
  • Relax your breathing.
  • Focus in the moment.
  • And breathe through the area that seems to feel the worst.
  • See one small way you can shift this uncomfortable situation.
  • Refocus on the new picture and breathe in the change.
  • In the future always focus on this new scene.
  • Give thanks for the shift.

Music for inspiration provided by Third Day – “I Need A Miracle” – and YouTube..

For quicker relief contact Mary Wolken PhD  Dir. Healthy Living Center

for a complementary guidance session.

 

Unwind the pain with alpha waves

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October 27, 2015

Pain becomes magnified when you focus on it. A way to decrease pain’s grip is to focus on these relaxing sounds and feel your pains and emotional stress float away with each belly breath you take while listening to this tape.

The mind can only focus on one thing at a time.

If you concentrate on these relaxing alpha waves as you go to sleep:

see yourself moving easier with less pain and happier when you awake;

you will feel better in body, mind and spirit.

Thanks to Youtube.com and Jason Lewis – MindAmend

To learn specific skills to harness your alpha and theta wave power contact Mary Wolken the pain away specialist at this site.

Chill out the brain?

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October 4, 2015

Natural Relief -costs you nothing!

yawningAndrew 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 back into the brain. These movements may flex the membranes of sinuses – fanning a soft breeze through the cavities that should cause our mucus to evaporate, thus chilling the head like air conditioning.

When you yawn and place your hands or fists on your jaw, it aids relaxation of the muscle fascia and allows the tissues to relax.

Stress and pain get your down, the urge to yawn increases, acting like Mother Nature’s Natural Relief. Yawning when in pain or stressed, will help the brain and emotional body focus to find a solution.

Try taking a stretch and yawn break and watch the brain fog clear and your energy improve.  The pain decrease.

 

For more ways to help you and your business decrease stress and pain, simply sign in above. You will give yourself  the beginniing of freedom from pain -the  gift of peaceful release.

Mary Wolken PhD

 

Pain -cost of hiding love

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September 17, 2015

The more we hide behind our doubts and fears

the more physical and emotional pain and tiredness increases.unzip heart

 

Unlock the beauty that is you.  You will be amazes how much less anxiety and pain you will have.

Speak lovingly from your heart and your world will change. Pain is the cost of not letting your heart lead. Want to learn how to stop the pain ?

Leave a comment or share how you overcame the pain of not sharing your real feelings.  Thanks.

 

 

Thanks to  Comunidade-Flores-Passaros  and Utube.com and Tammy Wynette “no charge”

 
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