Listen To Your Body

by Cynthia Bischoff on June 25, 2017

Are you at ease in your body? It is believed that the more at ease you are in your body–that is, the more you treat it with respect and care–the more at ease you’ll be in your life. The state of your body and your connection to movement and peace often closely reflect the state of your life.

How can you ensure a healthy relationship to your body? Paying attention to the language of your symptoms, honoring a relationship to movement, loving your body and honoring your spirit are a few ways to connect with your body. Here are other pointers:

  • Your body reflects what is happening in your life, and you body tends to get sick more easily when you are not present in it.
  • A commonly held perspective in integrative medicine is that the body gets sick to get your attention, and your symptoms provide a type of language about what is going on with your spirit.
  • Healthy people usually have a loving relationship with their bodies and often feel inspired.
  • Life is movement, so when you’re feeling in pain or in some way disconnected from your body and spirit, one of the most effective integration tools is through movement.
  • Movement releases and helps energize the body, creating a new sense of aliveness in the body and mind.
  • The body, mind, and emotions are interrelated, and deeply negative emotional states can cause enormous stress in the body–contributing to disease.
  • The body is a living, breathing organism in which every cell is aware of every other cell—constantly conveying information through numerous communication pathways.

It can be healing to engage in bodywork and meditation, particularly to practice “listening” to your body.

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The Power of Your Dreams Workshop

by Cynthia Bischoff on June 18, 2017

I am pleased to announce The Power of Your Dreams, a new, one day Heartliving Workshop!

This information-packed workshop will be held 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 4, 2017, at the Virginia Beach Resort Hotel & Conference Center on the Chesapeake Bay!

Your dreams are extremely powerful as a source of information and healing. In this exciting and informative workshop, we will explore:

  • The history of dreams and approaches to dream analysis
  • Sleep stages and cycles, particularly progression of five sleep stages
  • Tips for achieving a good night’s sleep and remembering your dreams
  • Types of dreams, such as night terror, lucid dreams, & paranormal dreams in particular?
  • Format for keeping a dream journal of entries;
  • Ways to categorize your dreams, for example, clearance, spiritual guidance, psychic/prophetic, and lucid dreams;
  • The thirteen themes of spiritual guidance dreams;
  • What “chase,” “search,” “avoidance,” “entrapment,” and “flying” dreams may mean
  • Meanings of dreams of injury, disease, or fighting, as well as recurrent dreams;
  • Importance of dream fragment
  • Ways to enhance dream recall, including creative dreaming activities!

Program Fee: $165 (includes course materials, supplies, and food). EARLY BIRD SPECIAL is $150.00 before 9/15/17

Conference space is limited. Your paid registration ensures that a space is held for you

REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY: All conference payments include an $85.00 nonrefundable fee. No refunds after October 15, 2017.

Ready to Enhance Your Life? Click Register

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The Need To Be “Nice”

June 11, 2017

Certainly being nice can mean that we are sensitive and caring about the needs of others. We know that being considerate makes us happier than being selfish. So our nice behaviors may serve us well overall. On the other hand, some people wear what might be called a “programmed sense of niceness.” Being “too nice” […]

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Difficult People

June 4, 2017

In life we generally encounter people with difficult personalities. It’s important to know that everyone may be difficult at some time in their interactions with others. So to expect perfect interactions all the time would not be realistic. Yet, what is important is to understand methods for dealing with individuals who may be consistently difficult. […]

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