DBT’s Emotional Regulation Module teaches skills that help a person build up a base of positive experiences and regulate his or her emotions on a daily basis.
People ask me to explain craniosacral to them all the time.
Craniosacral is your body talking to you
Touch modalities synthesize feelings of physical pain and emotional distress. Massage has been shown in numerous studies from researchers such as Tiffany Field, Ph.D. of the Touch Institute to elevate mood, reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression and promote the relaxation response.
As you look at this picture, how do you feel when you look at its mix of colors and the idea of the softness of the plant petals and leaves? Numerous feelings about the beauty and sweetness of the plants and positivity of growth can be identified. Flower essences connect with us on an energetic level; they have a different action than essential oils and herbals, which function more on a physical level; their molecular actions can be studied and measured in clinical studies.
But flower essences work on a vibrational level. Each flower essence has the vibrational pattern of the original plant. Flower essences are useful for shifting emotional states towards balance. Flower essence practitioners believe there’s a flower essence for every feeling and mood.
Goodness, if mindfulness was a drug, there would be ads everywhere about its effectiveness!
And it’s free and available to us at all times.
Mindfulness is the heightened awareness of inner and outer experiences through focused attention in the present moment. Mindfulness and positive intention can be purposefully cultivated and used for healing. Current research confirms this ancient belief.
When you meet someone who owns a dog, you might think that they are simply dog-lovers, and you may very well be right. After all, these days, what reason could there be to own a pet other than because you simply like pets? But why might that person actually like dogs in particular? There are many things that a dog does for you beyond just, well, being a dog, and everyone gets something different out of their relationship with their dog. Determining what you want to get out of a relationship with a dog is the first and most important step in the going-from-not-dog-owner-to-dog-owner process.