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MBX 6: Twins Posture Relaxes Pelvic Muscles

MBX 6: Twins Posture

Twins posture stimulates the Small Intestine Meridian, which connects the small intestines with the vital energy channels in the side of the skull and the back of arms. 236 more words


MBX 5: Peacock Posture Induces Equanimity

MBX 5: Peacock Posture

Peacock posture induces tranquility in the heart and builds your inner strength. By activating the Heart Meridian, which begins from the heart and ends at the inner tip of the little finger, practice of Peacock posture can slow the heart rate and lower blood pressure. 252 more words


MBX 4: Finger Wheel Restores Mental Balance

MBX 4: Finger Wheel

Finger Wheel exercise stimulates the tips of fingers and toes, influencing our emotion and mental balance and thus overall health (please read more on Feet, Hands, Spleen, and Emotion at the end of this page) 562 more words


Deep Breathing

We don’t really think about breathing, in some ways we take it for granted.

Many of us breathe too shallow when we should be breathing deeper as this helps feed the cells the oxygen that they need. 137 more words

Healthly Living

5 Ways to Unwind in 60 Seconds

Original post from Health


Get some R&R, fast

Need to get some relief, now? Whether you’re at work or home, these five easy tips will leave you feeling relaxed and peaceful in a minute or less. 263 more words


Breathing Training May Ease Depression in Dialysis Patients: Study Findings

By Sylvia Foley, AJN senior editor

It’s estimated that depression afflicts between 25% and 50% of people who have chronic kidney disease. And depression has been associated with numerous adverse outcomes in this population, including poor sleep, reduced quality of life, and higher rates of hospitalization and death. 319 more words

Nursing Perspective

Revised Considerations - Be at Peace...

Ponder, reflect, observe, yet – do not define. Be at peace…mind, body, spirit.

Wonder from time to time…choose not to wander from hope.

Breathe in deeply, exhale slowly…releasing. 69 more words

Spiritual & Personal Development