Tag Archives: anxiety

Helping Calm Anxiety Through Meditation

  It’s extraordinary how many people suffer from anxiety.  Recent research suggested that over 870,000 of all  people in the United Kingdom have some form of debilitating worry or uneasiness.   Recently while I was giving a couple workshops in Scotland my colleagues in the National Health Service told me about a program using mindfulness […]

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Anxiety Attacks and Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are horrible experiences. You can feel like you’re going crazy, “losing it,” feel nauseous, out of control, faint, dizzy, light headed, have tunnel vision, hyperventilate, have hot or cold flashes, your breathing can intensify to the point where you feel you’re having a heart attack or that you’re doing. These kinds of panic […]

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Benefits & Cautions

Support Your Healing with the Benefits of Meditation The benefits of meditation will enhance your healing enormously. You’ll find yourself becoming calmer, feeling more relaxed, your anxiety and/or depression will begin to ease. It will happen over time as each small, quiet moment builds on the next. As you probably know very well, when there’s so much […]

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Related Links

For Information on Meditation and/or PTSD , consider these sites:   Internal Family Systems Therapy http://www.selfleadership.org/   Garrison Institute www.garrisoninstitute.org   Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health http://www.kripalu.org   Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute http://www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org   Article: Dissociative Phenomena in Everyday Life by Janina Fisher, PhD http://www.janinafisher.com/pdfs/dissociation.pdf   Article: Working with Neurobiological Legacy of Trauma by Janina […]

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Related Links

For Information on Meditation and/or PTSD , Consider These Sites: Internal Family Systems Therapy http://www.selfleadership.org/ Garrison Institute www.garrisoninstitute.org Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health http://www.kripalu.org Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute http://www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org Article: Dissociative Phenomena in Everyday Life by Janina Fisher, PhD http://www.janinafisher.com/pdfs/dissociation.pdf Article: Working with Neurobiological Legacy of Trauma by Janina Fisher http://www.janinafisher.com/pdfs/neurobiol.pdf Janina Fisher, PhD http://janinafisher.com/about.php […]

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