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Forest Therapy - Shinrin-yoku

Posted by Vee Romano on

Shinrin-yoku, The meaning is taking a 'Forest Bathing'. It was developed in Japan during the 80s and has become a preventive way of healing in Japanese medicine. Research has established a robust body on the health benefits of spending time under the canopy of a living forest. The "meditation" is simply if a person visits a natural area and walks in a relaxed way there are calming, rejuvenating and restorative benefits to be achieved. There are demonstrating mechanisms behind the healing effects of simply being in wild and natural areas. For example, many trees give off organic compounds that support our...

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Mindfulness Practice - Mind Map

Posted by Verónica Romano on

Grab a white paper and in the middle write an unhealthy thought  Draw as many arrows you feel like and create as many realistic alternatives helpful thoughts as possible. ↟ ↟ ↟ ↞↞↞ Put an unhealthy thought  ↠↠↠ ↡ ↡ ↡ (For example, mine is) I'm pure and unconditional love ↟ ↟ ↟ I'm inspired and creativity ↞↞I'm not good enough ↠↠↠ I'm living my dreamed life in Australia    Try yours, is fun, simple and at the end, you feel full of joy and peace. Have a fun and amazing Monday!

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Healthy Life. My tips and tricks

Posted by Verónica Romano on

Before doing all these tips and tricks, please check with your Doctor. Exercise in the morning 5 times a week at least 30 minutes per day, take antioxidants and alkaline diet. The body has regular daily cycles from 6 am o 2 pm, elimination f body wastes and food debris. Fruit and vegetable juices re basic ingredients of the diet called " elimination". Vegetable juices accelerate the elimination process and set aside the necessary elements for the renewal of blood, bones and tissues. Always consume fruit and vegetable juices with an empty stomach. Fruit juices the body and vegetable juices...

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