Browsing All posts tagged under »stress reduction«

Freedom to Love

July 1, 2014 by


What happens when you just let go of the need to be right? Nothing. It is in this nothingness where one can find peace. The argument stops. So does the “pain”. If it causes pain, it is not true, so when we give up this overwhelming desire to control, to be right, we release ourselves […]

RN Advice: Medicinal Laughter

April 1, 2012 by


This April Fool’s Day enjoy a laugh especially if it is on yourself.  Laughter is strong medicine for the mind and body.  It is a powerful antidote to stress, pain and conflict. Nothing works faster to bring the body and mind back into balance than a good laugh. We change physiologically when we laugh. We […]

Being (the) Present

November 28, 2010 by


Courtney Townley It would be illogical and absurd to expect that the simple act of reading a book would lead one to reach their weight loss goal and maintain it long term.  While a book may inspire, motivate and educate someone about diet and exercise, it is the “practice” of the suggested theory that ultimately […]