Coming Home to Yourself

Fear Melters® Plus Breathing

Do you find yourself worried after watching too much news? Join Crystal in using Fear Melters® plus Centered Breathing to get unstuck!

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Using Fear Melters® During Covid-19

Darlene Bellis, one of our Big Leap Coaches, recently used Fear Melters® while she was waiting in line outside of her local food store. Watch the video and read her story below about how others around her were impacted.

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Using Three Centered Breaths to Presence Fear

Would you like a simple tool to help you release fear about the COVID-19 crisis? Kristina shares about how she uses 3 centered breaths to move through her anxiety and support her well-being.

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Fear Melters® and Five Appreciations

Using Fear Melters® in combination with another shift move creates a gateway to aliveness. Here is a video of Glenn using Fear Melters® plus five Appreciations to shift his state.… Read More

Different Types of Exercise Affect Different Parts of Your Brain

By Teal Burrell

Pumping iron to sculpt your biceps. Yoga poses to stretch and relax. Running to whittle your waistline and get fit fast. There are loads of reasons why it’s smart to exercise, and most of us are familiar …

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Music takes 13 minutes to ‘release sadness’ and 9 to make you happy, according to new study

Original Article by Helena Asprou appeared on Classicfm.com on 4 February 2020

The fascinating new research proves that music heals and suggests that in future, music could be prescribed to help us focus, feel happier, relax and overcome sadness.

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Coming Home to Yourself with Mini Fear Melters®

Using more subtle versions of Fear Melters® helps Dean come home to himself while in public.…

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Fear Melters® in Public

Michele likes using mini versions of Fear Melters® to presence fear when in public.…

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You’re Probably Suffering From ‘Eco-Anxiety’ Are our brains even wired to grapple with an existential crisis like climate change?

By Hayley Smith from Huff Post.

What Will Be Lost is a series of reported stories and essays exploring the ways climate change is affecting our relationship to one another, to our sense of place, and to ourselves. 

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Coming Home with Fear Melters® Dance

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