stress reducer 677c: facing ourselves

It contributes to sickness and suffering, and doesn't not contribute to suffering and sickness: chronic, maladaptive stress. To enjoy better health, then, requires we devote adequate time, energy, and other internal resources to ourselves in the name of uplifting these situations. Mind and body are, like the coin's heads and tails, inseparably interwoven. Today's post … Continue reading stress reducer 677c: facing ourselves

stress reducer 677b: shifting perceptions

Today's post continues on the topic of learning how to objectively witness thoughts and feelings. This skill is a crucial component in the stress reduction equation. Since chronic, maladaptive stress contributes to sickness, and doesn't not contribute to sickness, the serious student of health would invest due resources in resolving the root causes of it. … Continue reading stress reducer 677b: shifting perceptions

stress reducer 755: anger

Traditional Oriental Medicine has, for at least 2000 years, acknowledged the link between mental-emotional imbalance and physical disease. Consider the following excerpt from the Huangdi Neijing, or Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, a text estimated to date from the 1st century BC: When one is angry, then the qi rises. When one is happy, then the … Continue reading stress reducer 755: anger