Through a full, multidimensionally integrative meditative and expressive practice which can be greatly enhanced through accompanying journaling we go higher, become greater, and experience corresponding ease and the desired release of trauma. We confront trauma at its emotional source and create ease from dis-ease.
Do you want to learn simple, quick tips to get a good night’s sleep? Join me at my upcoming half hour teleconference from 7-7:30opm EST on Wednesday evening, April 17. I’m delighted to be able to offer this free session to help you overcome difficulty sleeping, and in response to the many concerns and questions there were about how to get a good night’s sleep from the recent Centering Tools newsletter survey so many of you completed. I look forward to sharing the key successful strategies I’ve developed and consistently offer clients with great success to be able to reestablish, or even for the first time, experience a full, restful night’s sleep.
My Holistic “Three-Pronged” Approach
In holistic terms we really need to be able to “quiet” our bodies, minds and spirits to transition into full, restful, required sleep. Here is my three-pronged approach to accomplish that: