Release your feelings. The Feeling Letter – by John Gray

I don’t know about you, but I had no idea how to release what I was feeling in a healthy way. As a small child, I burst into tears at the slightest thing I didn’t understand. My tears would be out of frustration, anger, hurt and fear.

I learnt to contain it, to control it, to tame it. As I contained it, I also tamed me. All of me.



My anger (and rage) showed up as depression. It showed up looking like bladder infections, hip injuries and ovarian cysts. I still have endometriosis* . Talk about  a symbolic storing of baggage.

It showed up as addictions. My escape. First with alcohol and relationships, later with food and TV.

Anger is what happens when we feel we have no control over something we believe is hurting us in some way. Anger is what happens when we try to control other people’s business.

Sometimes, it’s simple impatience.

We want what we want, when we want it. When life doesn’t happen how we imagine, we feel a disappointment.




How do we release anger, sadness, and resentment towards someone?



The good old punching out the pillow, or working out at a gym will release extra energy. Be it nervous, sad or angry energy.




Dance it out. Play it out. Get physical.




Deep breathing and meditation reduces cortisol levels. It releases the feel good happy chemicals. It restores the balance.



Letting go of one’s attachment to the story shifts the energy you feel towards a situation.

And then, when it just won’t let go use…

…The Feeling Letter

I’ve given this letter to clients to use when they are mad as hell with someone in their life. The thing about rage, is we don’t know what belongs to us and what belongs to the person we are mad with.

We are so busy blaming, we dump. ( I think my hubby could tell you a thing or two about my capacity to dump.)  It can happen to anyone. Sometimes to people who have the most desire to be kind, are the ones who end up dumping the most on the people they love. Perhaps it might be your children. Perhaps someone you meet on the street.

The feeling letter helps to get it all out on paper. It’s important that you do it handwritten. The pen becomes a vessel to transfer the emotions to the page. The act of putting everything down, without holding back allows you an incredible release.

This feeling letter is recommended by John Gray in his book ‘Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus’. It is a tool for people to enhance their relationships. I have found it a great tool to let go of any repressed feelings or emotions. I also recommend it to clients who are feeling overwhelmed by anger or sadness.

Write knowing that the person will never see it. Do not edit yourself. Light a match and burn it. Say goodbye to the pain.

Create a ritual if you’d like. A funeral for the pain.

Once you’ve burnt it, you may still want to communicate to the person you’ve written to but you’ll find that most of what you wrote you now have no need to say. If nothing else, it can help you to formulate your thoughts.

I do not recommend you give someone your unedited letter. The act of burning it is part of the release. An unedited letter is likely to just cause more hurt than healing.

I suggest you buy the book for the full description, but here is a simplified version that I use.






      Dear ————

I am writing this letter to let go, to heal, to expand my own well being.

I am angry because…..(everything you can think of)

I am sad because…………..

I am scared because…………….

I am ashamed because………


THEN choose positive feeling and continue even if it feels hard to do.

I respect you/that  because……………

I admire you because …………

I love you because…………

I am grateful to you because…….

What I want now is……………..

From (your name)


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*Endometriosis is a disorder in which the tissue that forms the lining of your uterus grows outside of your uterine cavity.

5 Tips to Cultivate Inner Strength

“Look Mary, how great Michelangelo is. This man, who has created a host of mighty giants out of marble, can be sweet and gentle in the extreme. What a good illustration Michelangelo’s life is of the fact that real strength is the daughter of gentleness, and that flexibility is the offspring of true resolve.” – Lover letters, Kahlil Gibran. Nov 3 1923.



In the fire of inner strength, the seeds of greatness are born.

Irrelevant of fitness levels, my core muscles are weak; my flexible back hyper-mobile, my body vulnerable.

To compensate, to protect it – I incorrectly adjusted with rigidity.

More often, through inactivity. My hip and lower back have let me know it.

Now that my core muscles are strengthening, I have a greater freedom in my body beyond what would normally be possible.

Similarly, in my life, my mind and heart swing through extremes. I hadn’t yet cultivated a true inner strength.

I didn’t know the value of structure. Nor that creativity and love can blossom in the foundations of self-discipline. Not hard forced discipline…

…but the kind that does what’s before it without mental anguish.

I discovered strength is not born from force but from gentleness. It is a natural urge within us, that when nurtured, can sprout seeds of limitless possibilities.

The cultivation of my inner physical, mental and spiritual strength teaches me patience and compassion.

In martial arts, before flight begins, there are many years of waxing on waxing off. Before rules can be broken, first we must know the discipline of it, as if it’s our very breath.

Our world is such, that many of us, so yearning for a sense of freedom, are breaking out before we have an inner strength; before the discipline is learned; before the art of it is mastered. The result. We hurt. We hurt and blame the world.

To become a master we must train with earnest humility, patience, resolve and compassion.

5 Tips to Cultivate Inner Strength

  1. Meditate: There are many kinds of meditation that can assist you plug into source. Explore what is right for you. Seek a Master.

  2. Exercise: Any exercise will do it. Make sure you build your core muscles and flex your body. Yoga is excellent for this as it cleanses, strengthens and flexes the mind and body.
  3. Practice gratitude and faith: Write it, think it, most of all notice it. There is so much you do have. What you give attention to expands.
  4. Inquire into the truth of your stories: What we think is only our perception. Look into the stories you tell about what is happening and ask. “Is it true?” You may discover that what you think is the reason you suffer.
  5. Only eat/drink/watch peaceful, healthy foods and movies: You are what you put in. Harmful foods and television cause agitation and internal conflict. Be vegan make peace.



This is what has worked for me. You may have other things that help you. Whatever it is – do it!

With the expansion of strength on the inside, I find on some days I can drop the rules all together. What a peaceful space to be. It’s called being free.

You deserve to thrive. What you can concieve you can achieve. Now is the time to believe. Make yourself at home. 


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What the Young Man Heard

By Rebecca Finerf-hed

Toward the end of the 1800s, when the telegraph was still “high tech,” a young man in Baltimore, Maryland, woke up one summer morning giddy with excitement. In fact, iWhat the Young Man Heardt had taken him half the night to fall asleep at all.

Today was the day he’d apply for his first job! But what was really exciting was that, if he were lucky enough to be chosen for the position, he’d actually be getting PAID for something that absolutely enthralled him. He’d be a real, bona fide telegraph operator!

His mind was so filled with wonderful pictures of himself sending and receiving important messages, communicating with people miles away — even clear across the country — that the possibility of NOT getting the job couldn’t get a foot in the door.

He didn’t even mind wearing a stiff collar and tie. After all, this was an important job, and he liked the idea of looking the part. Giving his shoes one last buffing, he dashed out the door and raced downtown to the telegraph office.

Inside, the office was already bustling with activity and noise, including the sound of the telegraph clattering away in the background. Several other applicants were seated in the waiting area, hunched over paperwork. Our young man saw a stack of job applications with a sign instructing candidates to take one, fill it out, and then wait to be called into the Director’s office for an interview. So he eagerly grabbed one and sat down.

The form itself took only a few minutes to complete, and as he finished and started to look around at the other job hopefuls in the room …

… the young man suddenly jumped from his chair and with his paperwork in hand, marched over to the Director’s office door and went right in without even knocking!

“Did you see that?” one of the other jobseekers snorted. “We’re supposed to wait until we’re called, and that rube barges in like he owns the place.”

“Yeah, that’s some nerve, but it just cuts down the competition,” said another, and they all laughed.

Moments later the laughter and comments stopped as the Director’s door opened and both he and the beaming young man came out into the waiting area.

“Gentlemen,” the Director said, “thank you for coming, and I wish you all well. The job has been filled.”

Stunned into silence, no one said anything for a moment. Then, the fellow who had started the derisive comments sputtered, “Now wait a minute. This isn’t fair! We were here first but we never even got a chance, and he gets the job just like that?”

The others grumbled in agreement, but the Director put up his hand. “Here’s the thing,” he said.

“All this time you were sitting here, the telegraph has been clicking away, saying: ‘If you can understand this, come on into the office right now. You’ve got the job.’

As he clapped his hand on the young man’s shoulder, he smiled broadly and said, “This young fellow was the only one of you who heard or understood the message.”

Why did this young man alone
hear and understand the message?

Listen to what Scottish psychologist R. D. Laing had to say on this subject:

“The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to notice. And because we fail to notice that we fail to notice, there is little we can do to change — until we notice how failing to notice shapes our thoughts and deeds.”

You’ll probably need to read that a couple of times. (I sure did!) Then just let it sink in a bit.

Now, wouldn’t it be great if you could just put on a special pair of glasses that would magically cause all the opportunities that come your way every single day to stand out from all the background “noise?” To jump into sharp relief against what Mr. Wattles calls “mere appearances” so that you could notice them?

Just imagine that for a minute. Everything looks normal one moment — all the everyday hassles, the BIG problems, the regular stresses and frustrations, and so on. Life going on all around, as usual.

And then you put on your magic specs (which, by the way, are extremely cool and you look fabulous in them!), and — wow! — the entire world looks SO different!

Suddenly you see connections you hadn’t noticed before. Suddenly what previously looked like a HUGE problem you were trying to put off dealing with has magically morphed into a lucky break.

And people look different, too — even some of the grumpy, disagreeable ones are starting to shape up.

Yeah, wouldn’t it be great if you could do that?

Well, you can!

And you don’t need magic glasses any more than the young man in our story above needed a special hearing aid.

Why did he, and he alone, hear opportunity knocking?

  • It couldn’t be because he was the only one interested in the job. There were other applicants sitting there with him.
  • It couldn’t be because he was the only one who knew Morse code. After all, it was a telegrapher’s job they were after.
  • It couldn’t be because he was more experienced. This was his first job.
  • And it wasn’t for any of those other reasons Mr. Wattles tells us don’t really matter (right there in Chapter 2).

Have you figured out why our hero heard the message? Well, here’s a clue from Mr. Wattles in The Science of Getting Rich:

“Contemplate your picture in your leisure hours until your consciousness is so full of it that you can grasp it instantly. You will become so enthused with its bright promises that the mere thought of it will call forth the strongest energies of your whole being.”

Bingo! There it is!

His mind was so filled with his clear mental image of himself as a telegraph operator that he could see, hear, smell, and taste that “image.” He really wanted it and could vividly imagine himself having it. It was REAL to him — as real as if it were already true.

And it called forth the strongest energies of his whole being. It allowed him to hear what others couldn’t.

When your mind is so focused in this way, you are STRONGLY impressing your image on the Formless and causing that image to move toward you, to move into physical reality. You become so attuned that your senses are heightened and your awareness expands. You can see and hear and notice things that totally escaped you before.

Your brain’s special ‘pay attention to this!’ system

Did you know your brain even has a special area that handles this whole area of “noticing?” It’s called the Reticular Activating System (RAS), and part of what it does is cause you to notice things that were ALWAYS there before unnoticed until you somehow clue it in about what to start noticing.

For example, did you ever get a new car (or even just think a LOT about getting one) and then it suddenly seemed that EVERYONE must have just bought one? Suddenly, that very same model — even the same color — is showing up EVERYWHERE?

That’s the RAS at work.

It’s filtering all the zillions of messages your five senses are constantly passing along and deciding which ones are important — important enough for you to consciously notice. (It’s determining also what goes into your subconscious mind where the belief system that runs your life is built.) And one way you “program” your RAS to send up a “hey, look at this!” signal is by what you focus on by CHOICE.

It’s what we’re referring to when we say that what you see around you depends on what you’re looking for — in experiences, circumstances, in other people, and on and on. And it works just as well when you put your focus, faith, and feeling on what you do NOT want, too. It’s totally neutral, and it’s on the job in your every waking moment.

With a new car, of course, the novelty wears off fairly soon, your interest fades, and so the RAS stops signalling you to notice all the lime green Volkswagen Beetle convertibles whizzing by.

But when you follow Mr. Wattles’ advice, you’re giving the RAS steady instructions to keep its radar going. And the result is like wearing those magic glasses:

“Imagine an environment and a financial condition exactly as you want them, and live all the time in that mental environment and financial condition until they take physical shape.

“See the things you want as if they were actually around you all the time. See yourself as owning and using them. Make use of them in imagination just as you will use them when they are your tangible possessions.

“Dwell upon your mental picture until it is clear and distinct, and then take the mental attitude of ownership toward everything in that picture. Take possession of it, in mind, in the full faith that it is actually yours. Hold to this mental ownership. Do not waiver for an instant in the faith that it is real.”

When you do this, when you enthusiastically and steadily hold your vision — like the young man in our story — you’ll be amazed at what you start to notice and astonished at how you seem to hear and see wonderful opportunities where others do not!

Need a guide to Morse Code to decipher the message above? Go here:

Or try this one for an automatic, one-button translation:

Rebecca Fine is the founder of The Science of Getting Rich Network where you can download your free copy of the amazing 1910 forgotten classic, The Science of Getting Richhttp://    ©2004 Certain Way Productions.

The Power of Now – Lessons From My Karate Master



Today, in class, while practicing my katas, I discovered the power of NOW.

Sweat poured down my face. And I didn’t even notice. It occurred to me at some stage during the two hours I hadn’t given a moment’s thought to my heartache from my unrequited love affair, or my worries about closing some of the deals in the pipeline.

I was 100% completely engrossed in the HERE and NOW. Boy! Did I feel great. Alive, full and stretched. Although my muscles ached, I felt relaxed and energized.

This is what it must mean to be FULLY in the present.

I also have that when I coach people or facilitate workshops. Perhaps that’s why I love it so much. It really is one of the times I know for sure I am in my power, no matter how challenging the situation. Mostly it truly feels like something bigger than me is operating. It more often than not leaves me energized, full, grateful and alive.

Why am I unable to bring this element to the rest of my life? I think sometimes in the zest for personal development, I spend too much time reflecting in the past or visualizing the future. Not that reflection and planning isn’t valuable. But living in the NOW has such a beauty in it.

That’s why I love karate, yoga and dance. It helps me practice being present in a way that is fun.


Such concentrated effort, is effortless. And leaves no room for worry. No care of the future, and no regret for the past. All there is, is this moment… NOW… that needs to be taken care of.

I remember when I did the Landmark Education Forum. One of the concepts they put to us is that LIFE IS NOW. This moment. This second in which you are reading these words. This is your life.

How do you feel?

Every one of these moments called ‘NOW’ add up to become the sum total of how we experience our lives.

IS it really possiblmodel-829048__180e as Eckhart Tolle suggests to be more present in every day activities. I know I am while I am writing this. Well mostly. I have a little nag about an upcoming meeting at the back of my head, which is slightly, but not much, taking away some of the enjoyment in sharing this story with you

Can I shift to the NOW?

If you haven’t read Power of Now, or the New Earth it is a highly recommended read.

Copyright, 2009

How A Down and Out Baseball Player Boosted His Income 700 Per Cent in Ten Short Days


Jo’s note: This story is not about money so much it is about living your life. I noticed when I’m not living my life in a certain way my addictions thrive and I start to die. Turn it around. Time for us to fly and the addictions to be the sleeping lives. May it gift you with insight as it did me. Love


Rebecca Fine

$185 may not seem like much (at least not here in North America), but when it’s your whole month’s pay — and when last month you were getting only $25 — it takes on some serious significance.

Now imagine yourself back in the year 1907, and that $185 starts to look a whole lot better, doesn’t it?

That’s when a young baseball player named Frank Bettger discovered a simple secret that changed his whole life.

And while he probably didn’t realize it, he also discovered a surefire way to “more than fill [his] present place” and to give everyone he encountered “the impression of increase.”

Bettger made his discovery the way many of us learn our best lessons: He was under the gun and HAD to come up with a solution. He’d been fired by the manager of the Johnstown, Pennsylvania, team, and things looked pretty grim. But as we learn in the amazing 1910 forgotten classic, The Science of Getting Rich, TRUTH is usually difficult to see when “appearances” loom large.

Was getting sent down to a bush league team that paid peanuts a good thing or a bad thing? Well, let’s see …

As the manager sent Frank on his way, he gave him these words of advice: “Whatever you do after you leave here, for heaven’s sake, wake yourself up, and put some life and enthusiasm into your work!”

See, Frank had been so nervous, so scared that he’d been holding back on the field, taking it easy and playing it “safe.” He thought he was successfully hiding his fear from everyone, but he was only holding himself back, holding himself down.

(Ever been THERE? I sure have!)

Fortunately, Frank took his manager’s words to heart. On his first day with his new team in Connecticut he determined that from then on, no one would ever be able to accuse him of being lazy. He said, “I made up my mind to establish the reputation of being the most enthusiastic ball player they’d ever seen in the New England League.

“I thought if I could establish such a reputation, then I’d have to live up to it.”

My friend, that last line right there is brilliant strategy! And Frank implemented his strategy right away. That first day, with the temperature nearing 100 degrees, he became a wild man on the field, running, throwing and hitting with force and feeling — and leaving players, coaches, and spectators all shaking their heads and wondering what on earth was going on.

For example, he slid into third so energetically that the third baseman fumbled the ball and Frank was able to go on and score just when the team really needed a run.

And here’s the zinger: It was all a show, just an act, just pretend. Frank was practicing what people today call “Fake it ’til you make it.” He didn’t feel enthusiastic at all. He just CHOSE to act “as if” he did.

Did it work? Well, listen up to Frank’s own words …

It worked like magic. Three things happened:

1. My enthusiasm almost entirely overcame my fear. In fact my nervousness began to work FOR me, and I played far better than I ever thought I was capable of playing. (If you are nervous be thankful. Don’t hold it back. Turn it on. Let your nerves work FOR you.)

2. My enthusiasm affected the other players on the team, and they too became enthusiastic.

3. Instead of dropping with the heat, I felt better during the game and after it was over than I had ever felt before.

The next morning the newspapers were all over Frank, calling him an inspiration. Better yet, within ten days his $25 a month shot up to $185, and Frank notes, “Let me repeat — nothing but the determination to ACT ENTHUSIASTIC increased my income 700% in ten days! I got this stupendous increase in salary not because I could throw a ball better — or catch or hit better, not because I had any more ability as a ball player. I didn’t know any more about baseball than I did before.”

And two years later Frank’s income had multiplied an incredible 30 times over — all because of enthusiasm.

Now some of us scoff and approach this subject in a way my great-grandma would have called (excuse me, please) “bass ackward.” We think things have to be really good and THEN we’ll be enthusiastic. But that’s sort of like telling your car that if it’ll only get you across town right now, you’ll fill up the gas tank later!

One of the questions I get asked most has to do with the concept of being bigger than your present place — so that you are ready to evolve upward into a larger place (with larger rewards). The other most frequent question is, how do I give the impression of increase to others?

Well, my friend, Frank has shown us one EXCELLENT way to do both! In fact, enthusiasm is probably the most important and most effective way. And you CAN do it, and you can begin doing it right this very moment. (In fact, Mr. Wattles would surely say that THIS is an appropriate use of the will, don’t you agree?)

Don’t feel enthusiastic? So what? Be like Frank! Anthony Robbins has people stand up, lift their chins and look upward, hold their arms out wide, put big smiles on their faces, then vigorously swing their arms together in a big handclap while shouting “Yes!” And then again, and again, and so on.

See, one part of the enthusiasm formula — as Frank discovered on that sweltering baseball field — is that if you make a change in your physical state, you get a corresponding change in your emotional one. Try it.

Don’t like your present job? What if you temporarily pretend you do and attack it with fresh enthusiasm — yeah, even fake enthusiasm — today? All day. Just play the part. You might get an immediate change in the situation — or you might have to keep on pumping enthusiasm in for a while.

What have you got to lose?

And if you DO like what you’re doing, you can still load in a fresh supply of enthusiasm and see what happens. It worked for Frank! And it’s worked for countless others through the years. It works as well or better today as it ever did. I know this from my own experience and you probably know it, too — even if you’ve forgotten.

(Not to worry. Frank forgot it himself and had to rediscover it years later when he became a salesman — a sorry, sorry salesman ’til he rediscovered the power of enthusiasm.)

The founder of the Methodist church, John Wesley, once advised, “Catch on fire with enthusiasm and people will come for miles to watch you burn.”

My friend, if you’re in that place where nothing seems to be going right, or perhaps it’s more that nothing’s really WRONG, but you’re just feeling restless or dissatisfied, it’s time to light your own fire — and to be the great, blazing torch of a person you were born to be!

You can — and you ARE! If you need to do this, please start right now, this very moment. You’ll see (and feel!) great results in every area of your life.

And our world needs the light. YOUR light.
Note: Read more of Frank’s entertaining and useful experiences and insights in his 1947 book, How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling. (You do NOT need to be a “salesperson” to mine the gold in this delightful book!) It’s available in most major bookstores and many public libraries, or get more information and


Rebecca Fine is the founder of The Science of Getting Rich Network where you can download your free copy of the amazing 1910 forgotten classic, The Science of Getting Richhttp://    ©2000 Certain Way Productions.


How stress affects your body.

And how stress can make you fat. Cortisol adds stress to your belly.

Check out this video below. What matters is how you respond to that stress.

Stress is a natural physiological response to fight-or-flight situations, but if it lasts for too long, it can leave long-term effects on your body. Stress can affect nearly every aspect of your health — from your nervous system to your cardiovascular health — and it can increase your risk for a variety of chronic diseases, like obesity, cancer, and heart disease. The animation above succinctly illuminates how this all happens.

Narrated by TED-Ed, the animation takes us through several systems that are impacted by stress. Our body releases three stress hormones called cortisol, epinephrine (adrenaline), and norepinephrine that in turn trigger physiological changes. They travel through the blood vessels to your heart and other organs, raising your blood pressure, which can lead to hypertension and cholesterol/plaque buildup over time.

The brain then releases signals to your stomach, which can impact the way you eat and digest food. Many times, stress can cause us to over-eat energy-dense foods like carbohydrates, leading to weight gain. In addition to being linked to shortening our telomeres, the caps at the end of DNA strands that dictate cellular aging, stress can cause more obvious changes: tension headaches, mood swings, fatigue, and inability to focus.

That’s why it’s so important to find ways to master sources of stress through healthy activities like meditation, yoga, and simple relaxation. Don’t let the health risks of stress stress you out even more; know that you can handle everything in due time. For tips on reducing stress, read the five best ways to lower stress while working full-time or how mindfulness and meditation can help.

Source  Medical Daily

PS: Did you know cortisol increases cravings for your addiction behaviours…..




What Is Addiction? Understanding Addiction

I’m the hero and anti hero of my own story. I crave false lovers whose offers to serenade me and cradle me –  in the face of seemingly endless agitation – appear to be the solution to all problems that ever were and ever will be.

What is addiction? Understanding addiction on a deeper level.

My false lovers wear different masks, shapes and shades. By the time I know it, I’m well seduced. I dance with the challenges of this addiction game (and its shame).

My lovers and I have known each other well. From the first cigarette I smoked on the school bus to fit in; to the sweet inhibitions-less world I found with alcohol whose taste I never did enjoy. The comfort of heaviness a full belly brings after a meal big enough to feed ten; the buzz of coffee that turns my dread into a high; and the numbing out the television can bring.

Continue reading “What Is Addiction? Understanding Addiction”

Resentments – A Quick Guide To Sickness

Man do I have a truck load of resentments. I thought I was the forgiveness QUEEN. It seems not. How have I recently come to this conclusion?

                        I’m MAD.

Not just sometimes. ALOT of the time. I’m angry at the smallest of things. The petty stuff.

anger-18658_640When it comes to the big things to be outraged at, like wars, poverty and corruption – I just get depressed. Or I choose to stay inspired and bring love into the world.

Yet, I’m bringing a dam sight more anger to this world than love. Because I’m mad. Waaaah!  What a realisation. Because I am all about the peace.Resentments Are A Short Cut To Emotional & Physical Sickness

I’d not noticed before because I’m a forgiver. Right?

I’ve not seen how little I forgave Life for being the way she is.

Not that Life needs forgiveness.

Continue reading “Resentments – A Quick Guide To Sickness”

Shadow Work


Shadow work!

A tool for great personal discovery.

One that cleans up the world.

What lies behind us and what lies before us

are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.

– Ralph Waldo Emmerson


Every cell in our body has the blueprint for the whole of us. Similarly, the whole of us carries the blueprint for the entire universe and beyond.

Every single thing that exists in this world is within you. The beautiful, glorious, exquisite expressions of life. And the dark, hostile, frightening aspects of humanity. In all it’s greatness, what you see out there in the world is all a part of you.

Continue reading “Shadow Work”

The Power of Sunlight, Water & Deep Breathing




Wanna know more:

    1. See the Power of Sunlight
    2. True Power of Water – and how what you do around water matters.

3. See the Power of Deep Breathing


Disclaimer. The information here is not an alternative to medical or other professional advice.  If you have any specific questions about any medical or any other matter you should consult an appropriately qualified professional. Please do your own research before taking any adviceWhat is shared here are simply experiences of the writers/authors/ vloggers.  There is no guaranteed out come. Each of us are unique with different needsOnly do what you know you can do responsibly, after researching all your options.