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3 Ways to Beat the Blues This Season for Winter Health

Do you feel depressed and low-energy during winter's dark days? What you have is most likely not SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), which is literally a medical condition similar to clinical depression. You probably just have a milder condition: seasonal depression. And that's good news because? Because it's easy to beat with three simple steps:

1. Light, light, light! Use full-spectrum light-bulbs in your home and at work, wherever possible, then add a “happy light” – You can not afford not to. do whatever you wish near the light box or put it at your work desk. Also, once a month, try the new UV safe tanning beds.

Take a mini vacation and close your eyes each day for a minute by your light box and imagine you are in Hawaii or another sunny destination … you may just find yourself there on a quick vacation! But in the meantime, you'll feel better. Imagine yourself immersed in joy … that will help, too!

2. Stay active . You may think winter is for hibernating, but if you do, hibernate actively! I do Zumba at home by my sunny window and alternates with swimming at an indoor pool that has lots of light coming in during the morning hours. Exercise is a magic-pill you have to earn by sweat! Also, be sure to get enough good sleep in order to have the energy you need to work out.

Are you doing the kind of exercise you love ? If you are, then you're motivated to exercise more. Do you love to exercise alone or in a group? Do you need others to push you along or sweat with you? Do you need a firmly scheduled class? If so, you know what to do … join one!

Do not have time? Just imagine exercising and you'll find yourself having time! Do this visualization as you wake up in the morning or just as you are falling asleep at night, and whenever you feel guilty about not exercising! People have actually toned up just by imagining it, but you will likely find yourself at the gym, walking at lunchtime, or wherever / whenever you can best get your workout. The subconscious is a powerful tool to help you in your daily life. Just keep speaking its language-images!

3. Vitamin D-3 helps a lot – If you can not get enough real sunlight, and even if you can, take D-3 in a form that is easy to absorb and utilize by your body. If you could only take one supplement with you on a long journey, I've heard that vitamin D-3 is the one to take with you. Yes, even over vitamin C.

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Pranic Psychotherapy Release From Addictions or Compulsive Behaviour

I start by defining 'MCKS pranic psychotherapy'. It is a method which is based on pranic healing techniques of scanning, cleansing, energizing, shielding, and releasing. These techniques are based on the principles of transmissibility of energy from practitioner to client, on receptivity of client to receiving the healing prana, and on the shielding of the chakras and aura from penetration by negative thought entities and elementals.

Elements are energy drinks which are composed of thought entities that feed on intents emotions of anger, fear, grief, or hatred. A thought entity is an idea which has attached to it a strong emotion which gives it substance in the energy field. This entity resides in the aura, in the mental field, and can penetrate through chakras when the webs are cracked, torn, or damaged. These webs can be repaired and sealed with gold pranic light energy which the practitioner intends and transmits through their hand chakra or crystal wand.

The power of intention moving energy is at the core of the basis for pranic healing being effective.

Crystal wands are used by the practitioner of pranic psychotherapy to accelerate the intensity of energy which can be transmitted to the client and reduces considering the absorption of negative energies involved in the healing process which may be associated to stick to the hands and arms of the practitioner which is manipulating the energy during the healing process. This absorption of negative energy on the arms and hands of the pranic practitioner is great when a crystal is not used. This requires the practitioner's use of an alcohol spray with certain essential oils to dissipate any negative energies which may be adhered to the hands and arms while cleaning.

Depression, anxiety, and addictions can be consequences of suffering trauma or injury whether physically, emotionally, mentally or spiritually. These injuring consequences leave wounds upon the recipient and are often accompanied by recurring thoughts, emotions, and when severe, hallucinations, which inflating suffering and despair. These consequences can also be paralyzing and preventing the client from taking action to be gainfully employed, to maximize one's life potential, and to be socially active and productive financially, and to be successfully engaged in relationships at all levels.

The grace of pranic psychotherapy is in its ability to remove these negative energies which accompanies trauma, injury, or accidents. The psychic shielding is also a necessary feature of this treatment to ensure that these negative energies do not return to inflammatory emotional and mental pain. There is often the need for consequent repeat treatments to fully and completely remove all negative energies and elementals which are causing the thinking thoughts, emotions, and patterns.

The sealing, repairing, and strengthening of the chakral webs further ensures the healing of the etheric body and preventing elementals and negative thinking entities penetrating the chakras and affecting the emotional and mental body of the client.

Master Choa Kok Sui has created this protocol which is administered through certified associate pranic healers, like myself, who have been trained in pranic psythotherapy and have documented successes with treating agents with the above mentioned wounds.

So far I've only mentioned how pranic psychotherapy can be useful to treat injuries from trauma resulting in anxiety, depression, and / or motivational paralysis.

Another important treatment feature of this pranic psychotherapy technique is to treat individuals suffering from addictive tendencies and obsessive compulsive tendencies.

The same principles apply wherein the negative thought and emotional entities are creating audio and / or video tapes of accidents of trauma or woundedness which are repeated and which induce a continuous pattern of destructive repeated behaviors which become addictions or obsessive compulsive patterns of behavior.

Pranic Psychotherapy can be a useful treatment technique for addiction to smoking, alcohol or drugs, and other repetitive negative behaviors which are destructive, self-harming, or self-limiting.

These treatments have been successful in reducing and eliminating panic attacks which clients have experienced in social contexts. The triggers which bring on these panic attacks have been identified and the removal of the anxieties energies around the aura and chakras has triggered triggering of panic attacks in future situations.

The shielding of the chakras and aura are also a necessary ingredient of this healing technique to protect the client from persistent and recurring thoughts and emotions which are symptomatic.

The element of openness and receptivity must be stated as being an essential aspect of the healing process. The presence of these elements is necessary to obtain a successful outcome.

There are also other reasons why people do not heal. Carolyn Myss makes mention in her book: “Why People Do not Heal”. In her book she makes mention of the karmic reason for people not healing from a particular wound. In summary the reasons may be that this person has lessons to learn in this incarnation and that this soul needs to go through this trial or tribulation to learn a particular lesson. Past life negative karma catches up with us, if not resolved, and requires it being worked out, sometimes in this incarnation. That's why inner reflection and firm resolutions are necessary to heal whatever remains of past life karmas which have been destructive to self or others.

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