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Faster EFT is a form of acupressure used in Chinese Medicine to restructure neural pathways in the brain. Meridian points, connected to different organs affected by stress and negative emotions are lightly tapped on using our own fingers. This tapping destroys neurological mind-body connections, which changes our emotional bond with any given experience.
Faster EFT plucks key aspects of other leading-edge intervention strategies, such as NLP, EFT, and BSFF, giving rise to a potent, supercharged technique that triggers the brain to re-code itself on a deeply unconscious and fundamental cellular level.
It is a universal healing system that can address virtually anything including, but not limited to the Release of Anxiety • Low Self-esteem • Fears • Phobias • Creative Blocks • Weight • Depression • Grief & Loss • Cravings • Headache • Relationship Problems • Insomnia • Bad Habits • Disease • Allergy • Pain • Fatigue • Trauma Addictions
By replacing our current perceptions with ones that actually make us feel good, we allow our subconscious mind to propel us forward into our desired reality with ease and grace. We are finally able to make peace with our past memories. When we change what the subconscious holds, we behave differently, we make better choices and decisions, our health, our relationships improve and our life changes for the better!
A private session can be booked with Christina Law. She recommends a 2-hour session to start.
AYURVEDA literally “the science of life”, seeks to support a rich, flavorful life on all levels. The Sanskrit word rasa translates as “juice” or “flavor.” It is also the name of the primary nutritional substance of the body that is associated plasma and lymph. If rasa is healthy, the entire body is likely to have vitality and the mind will feel satiated, content and find enjoyment in life. If we want to support healthy rasa, Ayurveda has taught that we need to have appropriate daily routines. We need to develop habits that support balance and health within shifting environments. A fundamental tenet of Ayurveda is that “like increases like.” For example, the relative heat of midday will increase the heat in the body and mind and increase the power of Agni, the digestive fire. This means that we will have greater digestive capacity in the middle of the day and so this is the best time to eat our main meal. The early morning, being cool and a time of change, is a beneficial time to create internal heat through exercise and to engage in a
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routine that centers the mind. Each time of day comes with inherent qualities. While morning and evening tend to be cool and are related to change, midday is a time of action and appetite. If we are interested in maintaining a healthy equilibrium, it is incumbent upon us to recognize these qualities and learn how to respond in a manner that maintains balance. How we respond will, in part depend on our individual constitutions. What will feel good to one person may cause irritation or anxiety in another. If we understand a little bit about our own constitutions, we can better understand how to develop daily routines that support health.
Ayurvedic Consultation with Christina Law $25 hourly. Please call to schedule an appointment.
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