4 Coaches Talk BoundariesRead Now
Check out our latest video to hear the 4 Coaches share perspectives and tips on creating strong boundaries for yourself.
Ask 4 CoachesRead Now
Here we are again sharing some stories of our work with wonderful clients.
You can find more about each of these amazing coaches below.
Please do send us your questions. What would you like to ask a Coach?
Rosemary DeTrolio, Hands of Light by Rosemary LLC (NJ) https://www.rosemaryd.com
Rita Desnoyers Garcia (NJ)Becoming Awake https://www.becomingawake.com/contact
Jolie Roy (IL) Jolie Roy Coaching, https://www.Jolieroycoaching.com
What we know about painRead Now
Pain is a final attempt by our intelligent bodies to get our attention.
We are energy beings. We function on vibration - charged energy - as evidenced by electrocardiograms and other medical tests that measure the pulses going through our bodies.
As energy beings we are affected by all of the other energy beings around us - people, animals, trees, the Earth itself. We are also affected (as in our own vibrational patters are changed) by what we put into our beautiful bodies, but that's a post for another time.
Here I want to focus on the vibrational energy that we are holding in our bodies. Most of this energy doesn't even belong to us!
You, as energy-sensitive beings, pick up energy from everyone and everything around you. The closer you are to a person or thing, the more of it's energy you might be picking up. Then we have a tendency to store that energy away in our body where it can build up and eventually lead to pain or disease.
So what is this 'energy'?
It is usually emotions, feelings that are either expressed or just felt. It can be fear as a result of some event or even hearing about an event. It can be sadness or anxiety or guilt.
Of course we also pick up wonderful energies like joy, excitement, love that cause our own body's vibration to rise. Those energies are so healing. But the other, low vibration energies, can build up in our heart, our organs, our muscles, and joints. If we don't release them, our bodies will call attention to the offending vibrations with pain. If still ignored, the body's healing capacity can become depleted and then there is dis-ease.
Ways to release unwanted energy:
You can schedule a Free Discovery Call with me to get some clarity on what you body is trying to tell you.
Wishing you peace and love,
Be a creator-not a victimRead Now
There is no limit to resources in our world - there is only limiting belief.
You might want to read that last sentence again.
I know you, and I know for a fact that you are a Powerful Creator.
It's what you came here to be. It's what got you so excited that you couldn't wait to be born.
You knew there would be contrast. Life would be so boring without contrast.
As a powerful Creator, you are full of ideas and dreams and desires so contrast is what you live for.
As a powerful Creator, you see a problem as an opportunity. You say, "How can I create something better?" Creation is exciting. It's what lights our soul and energizes our body.
Problem: lack of clean water
Solution: new technology to dig wells and purify water
Problem: lack of food
Solution: teach people new ways to grow, harvest and prepare food no matter where they are
Problem: lack of shelter
Solution: new ways to provide shelter
Problem: lack of money
Solution: Create something that solves problems for many
You say, 'That is way to simple - it's not that easy."
Maybe - but what if it is that easy? What if we could get out of our way and start thinking of solutions. They say what you focus on gets bigger. What if we stop focusing on what's wrong with our world and start creating something better.
No idea is too small.
It can start with you and me today.
Your personal life includes everything from your significant other to your style to your job. If you feel emotionless, constantly tired, or as if you're merely surviving, it might be time to make a few changes in your personal life to improve your physical and emotional well-being.
Not Exercising Exercise doesn't just build muscle and help you maintain a healthy weight; it's also beneficial to your mental health. Physical activity stimulates the brain to release endorphins, which are feel-good chemicals that can help you better manage stress and ward off depression. In fact, you may improve symptoms of depression and anxiety by getting at least 30 minutes of physical exercise at least three days per week, as noted by the Mayo Clinic.
Fortunately, Monona, WI, is home to several gyms, and you can go for walks in green spaces like Winnequah Park.
Not Making Self-Care a Priority With so many obligations, such as family and work, it can easily become difficult to make time for yourself. However, you should make self-care a priority to keep your sanity.
As a general rule, everyone is different in terms of how much self-care they need. With that being said, even if you only have 10 minutes each day to dedicate to yourself, do it. Use that time to meditate, write in a journal, or even just sip a cup of tea and zone out.
Working at a Job You Hate Stop working a job you hate. Going to a job you dislike can lead to difficulty sleeping and an increase in anxiety and depression.
Instead, start sending your resume to other prospective employers who may be able to offer you more money, better benefits, or an improved work environment. Before doing so, make sure you have an outstanding resume that highlights your skills well. Fortunately, you can easily create a new, professional-looking resume by using a free resume builder. These options allow you to choose from a library of resume designs and simply add your photos and copy. You may even customize colors to suit your personality.
Perhaps, you need a change of pace completely. In this case, consider going back to school and changing careers. Fortunately, a variety of programs are available on WGU.edu so you may continue working and taking care of your family obligations without disrupting your schedule.
Not Eating Right Living a hectic life can cause you not to eat as you should. You may choose convenience foods in place of cooking a meal because you're tired. On the other hand, you may snack more rather than sitting down to eat a meal to save time.
However, take the time to eat right. Consume a diet rich in fruits and vegetables because these foods are loaded with the vitamins and minerals your body needs. You might even see if a vegan diet suits you, as it's known to provide more antioxidants and fiber than a meat-and-plant-based diet. This diet is also known to lower your risk of heart disease and certain cancers.
Live Better and Be Happier Make changes to your personal life to live a better and happier one. Visit The Joy of Being
Well for more tips for living your best life.
[Article submitted by Jennifer McGregor firstname.lastname@example.org PublicHealthLibrary.org ]
Improved Wellness for Parents of Special Needs Children
As a parent of a child with special needs, you do your best to advocate for and support your child. Fatigue is a common issue among parents of special needs children. By recognizing the signs and taking vital steps, you can develop a practical and balanced self-care plan. Here are some tips from The Joy of Being Well.
Fatigue Affects Your Wellbeing
Parenting a special needs child exposes you to more stress with little relief. That’s why parental burnout and compassion fatigue are closely linked. Burnout can reduce your effectiveness and satisfaction as a parent. It can also jeopardize your interpersonal relationships, and you may experience depression and anxiety. To address the problem, start by considering factors that influence your wellbeing:
Caregiving Is a Partnership
Gender inequities can worsen caregiver burnout. Housework gender gaps persist. In one recent survey, 59% of women reported performing more household chores than their male partners. Women also disproportionately shoulder the work of caregiving.
Shared caregiving responsibility is critical to improving physical, mental, and emotional wellness. When partners share the load, they more effectively can meet their own needs. They also provide better care for their special needs children.
Wellness Starts at Home
Both minor and major home environment modifications can impact your wellness. Houseplants bring more of the natural world indoors, which benefits your mental health. One recent study showed a correlation between more indoor greenery and reduced depression.
Clutter is a practical problem, increasing the risk of fires and in-home accidents. It also collects dust, which can worsen respiratory allergies. Research has also found a link between clutter and higher cortisol levels. These can trigger symptoms like irritability and high blood pressure. To reduce clutter, resist impulse purchases and donate items you don’t use.
Personal Development Is Vital
A balanced lifestyle supports basic and complex human needs. Psychologist Abraham Maslow categorized these into a basic hierarchy. Self-esteem and accomplishment take priority after meeting physiological, safety, and belonging needs.
Starting a business satisfies a practical purpose: bringing in income. Meanwhile, it can also provide a sense of satisfaction. You can register as a limited liability company. This business structure offers several benefits:
Pursuing higher education can help you realize your potential. Online degree programs fit into a busy schedule and provide interactive learning environments. Government statistics reveal that a degree can also significantly improve employment prospects.
Negative Outcomes May Come From Self-Care
Without prudent creation and practice, self-care plans can bring about their own problems. You may hyperfocus on certain aspects and neglect others—for instance, putting “me time” above family connections. Such a solipsistic self-care approach could strain your existing support networks. You could also wind up judging your success by your partner's emotional health. This may result in overcompensating for that individual and dismissing real interpersonal concerns. Finally, trying to self-treat depression and anxiety without professional health may prolong psychological distress.
You Must Advocate for Your Needs
For parents of special needs children, self-care is vital. Creating a positive home environment is an important step. Seeking support and making space for your own needs are also crucial. As you advocate for your child, advocating for yourself is integral to your wellbeing, though you must balance self-care needs with caregiving, interpersonal relationships, and other responsibilities.
This article is submitted by Jennifer McGregor of the Public Health Library.
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What covid is asking of us?Read Now
How dare Covid ask anything of us!! Right? It's taken so much from us already - lives, health, security....
But why won't is go away?
If you believe that everything is energy, and that we, as powerful creators, are molding that energy into the life we desire; then why do we have something as horrible as covid?
Well, when I ask this question, I get that we still have not learned the main lesson of covid. That lesson is 'PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY'.
For some time now we have been called to step more completely into our power; however, from the beginning of the human race, we have turned to others to 'lead' us and basically tell us what to do. When we elected or certified others to step into those roles of leadership - be it medicine, govenment, or finance, we then turned all of our power to make decisions about health, laws and money to those 'leaders'.
Let's focus on health. You might say, "but I don't have time to learn everything that a doctor knows so I have to trust what he/she tells me to do." Agreed, they do become the experts, but no one knows your body as well as you do. Furthermore, you alone are RESPONSIBLE for keeping your body healthy. It is not your doctor's job. He/she is the person who can give you measurements, readings, and advice, but it is up to you to learn what your beautiful body requires and then make the choice to supply that.
We have gotten lazy. We ignore all the many signals our body is constantly sending us - preferring to continue in our oblivious ways until we get sick. Then we reach for a medicine or find a doctor to tell us what to do.
So we again looked for an easy way out when covid appeared. We created a vaccine. 'Get the shot and then no more worries." Well covid replied, "Not so fast. You aren't getting the message here."
What is the message of covid? Why did we create it?
We all knew, on a subconscious or higher conscious level, that it was time for us to become RESPONSIBLE for our lives and the lives of every living being on the planet and for the planet itself. There was no way to deny this truth, yet many refused to look at it. Many of us turned away hoping the RESPONSIBLE energy would just disappear and let us get on with our oblivious lives. Why should we have to think about what our bodies want when we pay doctors to do that for us?
Now many who did get the vaccine are getting covid. Why? Because they still did not get the message that we need to change the way we live. We need to be thoughtful about the food we eat, water we drink, sleep we get and how we move our bodies. We need to do the work. We need to pay attention to our bodies, our emotions, our thoughts and actions. It's well past time to take RESPONSIBILITY for our own well being. Rely on your doctors, coaches, and other wellness providers to GUIDE you, but it is not their job to fix you. Only you can truly know your body and give it what it needs.
We created covid to help us learn this lesson. We are powerful creators of our life, and we need to take that RESPONSIBILITY seriously.
Don't be scaredRead Now
I believe that any virus is actually more easy to catch when you carry the energy of fear.
Fear comes from believing that you do not have control.
Fear diminishes your power.
The truth is that only YOU have control over what you believe and how your body responds.
My belief about covid is that my immune system is quite strong. I probably had a mild version of covid back in 2019 before it became an epidemic. I know that I have tools to balance my body if it is fighting something - Vit D, essential oils, Thyme tea, healthy food, etc.
I got the vaccine because it was important for others to feel safe around me. I did a lot of research first and a lot of dowsing. Every time I tested the safety of the vaccine, I got a positive response. It would not hurt me, and it would create empowerment. It was also a way to be less of a covid carrier.
Now I think we are all probably carriers so masking and hand washing are important again. I am limiting my contact with groups for now, so less chance of picking up anything that could be transmitted to people I care about. I take an OnGuard+ capsule when I am exposed to groups outside of my circle. I also swab my nose and ears with diluted Tea Tree oil on a cotton swab. I use the Tea Tree Touch from doTerra that is already diluted or you can add one drop Tea Tree to 5 drops of carrier oil. I don't eat animal products. Instead I eat lots of fresh produce, drink plenty of pure water and get enough sleep and daily movement.
So don't be scared. Be confident that you are safe and protected. There are lots of angels around you.
science of disease fighting oilsRead Now
[I must begin by saying, I am not a doctor. I am simply sharing some of the real science that is available for you if you want to do your own research. ]
Taking a deep dive into some of the science of essential oils here. I am sharing a scientific meta-analysis of some of the chemistry of various essential oils that we often use to help fight disease.
Here is the article.
I'm sharing this because there is chatter on the web about essential oils exacerbating covid by 'boosting' the immune system. The belief is that the oils could cause auto-immunity imbalance leading to 'long covid" symptoms.
My understanding of essential oils is that they do not create more immune cells, but they assist your immune system by providing an addition means of attack on foreign bodies. (bacteria, viruses)
As the attached article gets into a lot of chemical terms, I thought I'd translate some of those here first.
Eugenol = Clove oil
Carvacrol = Oregano oil
Anethole = Anise, Star Anise and Fennel oils
Cinnamaldehyde = Cinnamon Bark oil
Thymol - Thyme oil
Pulegone = Peppermint oil
Farnasene = Apple skins and other fruit skins
I hope you take the time to read the attached article and give it some thought. Share it with your friends. We have to be smart here and not let our fears overrun our highest knowing.
All the best
Over the last 30+ years I've been gathering tips to help my family live a healthier life. I'll share some of those here with you and welcome your ideas as well.