LEARN TO FORGIVE
Any disharmony at all in your life will only damage your own piece of mind, so for your own sake forgive quickly and freely
Scotland Prestige Awards 2021/22
MindingFeet was considered in the category Foot Clinic of the Year and Won !!!!
Forget what you think you know and see everything as if for the first time
Open-minded, curious, eager to explore - these characteristics, which so neatly describe the state of early childhood, are surely some of life's most wonderful qualities.
Scientists have discovered that regular meditation can enhance your concentration, lower your stress levels, and improve the quality of your sleep.
Dr. H. Gillet - Belgian Chiropractor
Has proven the spine and the feet do have a direct relationship.
Dr.. Gillet feels "the toes correspond to the upper cervical vertebrae, and the tarsal-metatarsal joints to the thoracic vertebrae.
Thus when one does a plexus pull and ankle rotation ...one directly affects and releases the lower back as well as the nerves to the genitals and lower parts of the body.
Ten years ago Noelle Weyeneth, president of Swiss Reflexology Association spent three weeks in jail for practicing reflexology. Today, the Swiss government is funding a reflexology research study. How times have changed.
Dr. Edwin F Bowers M D - Drugless Therapy
Edwin F Bowers - To Stop That Tooth Ache , Squeeze Your Toe!
In 1915 the article " To Stop That Toothache, Squeeze Your Toe " Published in Everybody's Magazine - Relieving Pain in the Home - Zone Therapy or Curing Pain and Disease - have we ignored drugless?
"Giving your feet a little consideration and loving care can make all the difference."
Never try to help someone unless they are ready to be helped. Until help is asked for, until there is that readiness to listen and let go of old patterns, your attempt to help will be felt as manipulation and control.
How to truly help? Meet them where they are right now.
Right or Wrong?
A perceived mistake becomes a valuable learning experience and is, in essence, a gift to learn and grow from. You are not a bad person and you are not your decisions; you are simply human.
It Is What It Is….Or Is It?
It is what it is.
What does that phrase mean to you?
To some, it means a shrug-of-the-shoulders acceptance of a situation you can’t change.
It can be a healthy take on life: Don’t stress over things you can’t change.
But stop to consider another point of view. Could that seemingly nonchalant shoulder shrug actually be a bad case of avoidance?
If you find yourself using the phrase “it is what it is” often, you run the risk of developing a mindset that leads to you accepting things that you could change.
In life we sometimes avoid taking a chance on making changes to our lives that may lead to some short-term pain but longer-term fulfilment. Change isn’t easy but neither is staying locked in a situation that makes you unhappy, telling yourself it is what it is.
Because maybe it isn’t.
Choice is the greatest power we have - and we know that. We are as intimidated by our power to determine our own choices in life as we are protective of this inner authority. We don't like other people making choices for us and yet we often avoid making decisions for ourselves because we fear the consequences. And we know that people spend years in therapy reconciling their resentment over suffering the redirection of their lives due to decisions made by others or the inability to make a decision for themselves when they should have.
Choice is our instrument of power, the means through which we navigate every movement of our life. Our power of choice has always been threaded into our intuition precisely because we are engines of co-creation. There is no such thing as a small or insignificant choice or one that does not have profound consequences.
Four Important Questions
These questions, when analyzed thoroughly, provide the introspection and self-discovery to face the hard truths that can jumpstart you from your lows and get you back to where you need to be.
Manage Your Menopause
A recent study by the Mayo Clinic indicates that mindfulness may help with the emotional symptoms of menopause - anxiety, irritability and depression.
I'm here to confirm that it does help with elevating symptoms of all kind...
BREATHING Naturally breathe in and out 10 times to settle yourself
GROUNDING With feet fully on the ground, visualise a symbol of strength, such as a tree, mountain or calm sea. Practise this three times a day or use it whenever the going gets rough.