Posts Tagged ‘natural ways to boost immune system’
I have an extra ticket to hear Dr. David Hill speak on essential oils. It is Friday, October 24 from 7-9pm. If you would like to go with me there is no charge. I just need to know asap. It is in Hershey, PA.
Dr. Hill is well known throughout the industry as a premier expert on wellness and essential oils. As a licensed practitioner of chiropractic medicine and the former administrator of a large health clinic, Dr. Hill managed a staff of over 40 professionals for several years, treating hundreds of patients in the process. For the past three years, he and his team have developed educational seminars used by tens of thousands of people seeking to learn about essential oils and personal wellness. Dr. Hill has authored and published a number of very successful books, brochures, and pamphlets. His latest book to be released was Nature‘s Living Energy, which sold out its first printing in less than a week. Dr. Hill’s ability to communicate effectively with other medical professionals quickly wins their respect and trust. He also has an innate ability to communicate with the mainstream public regarding health issues, providing solutions in a language they can understand. His sincere interest in each individual makes him an immediate favorite with all who know him.
The didgeridoo workshop is a few days away on Saturday, May 4 from 2:00-4:30pm. I thought you might like to know that besides learning didgeridoo as a great meditation tool there are other health benefits also. I did mention that Phil Shiva Jones your instructor for this workshop will be demonstrating using the didgeridoo for healing.
I found a link with some good information on the effects experienced by playing, hearing and receiving a healing.
See the prior blog for more details on the workshop. No prior musical experience is needed. Phil will be doing private healing sessions on Sunday, May 5. You may call him directly to schedule those appointments, Phil Jones 918-316-7396
Phil Shiva Jones
Make a gentle fist and tap or gently pound over the thymus rhythmically. When ever I share this with students I always think of Tarzan swinging through the jungle and pounding his chest. Maybe he was onto something and all that chest pounding had a greater purpose, :).
Up the positive vibes by smiling. If you can focus on something you love, but you don’t have to. Sometimes when you are particularly feeling low it can be hard to think positive. Putting a smile on your face can help get that shift going.
Another good tool is the sound “ha”. Yep you got it. Ha, ha, ha, ha. Make it rhythmic with the thumping. Laughter stimulates the immune system. The “ha” sound sends a positive vibration into your body to shift the negative energy.
Give it a try.
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