How to Overcome Stress Naturally

by Trace on June 8, 2009


I am eagerly awaiting my books to arrive from the printer.

They are being quality stitched and bound guaranteed to last a lifetime as a resourceful book on your shelf to share information and inspiration.


I have an extensive Resource Guide in my book How To Overcome Stress Naturallywith a foreword by HH The Dalai Lama. This will help you find a natural health practitioner in your local area.


If you are looking for natural ways to improve your lifestyle and your health have you considered the following health choices?”


Integrative Medicine – a holistic medical approach. It is important to understand the root cause of the symptoms we experience. The physical symptom is often the “last resort” of the body saying to us “Hey, pay attention, something is way out of balance”. An integrative medicine practitioner will consider your lifestyle factors, mental attitude, nutrition and much, much more…


Ayurvedic Medicine – is an ancient traditional medicine from India with a recorded history of over 3,000 years. Health is defined as harmony and happiness hence disease is disharmony and imbalance. The central principle is Balance – looking at your everyday activities, food, attitude, dosha type and much more…


Nutritional & Environmental Medicine – It is truly amazing how significantly food can affect our mood. Similarly, when we learn more about toxins in our immediate environment; home and work, we can make healthier choices for all the family.


 Traditional & Chinese Medicine – The benefits of acupuncture and chinese & traditional herbs are well known and integrated into western medicine more and more. We have much to learn from the east and their approach to natural health.


 Natural Therapies – Quality Breathing, Breathwork techniques, Heart Intelligence, EFT, NLP, Time Line Therapy, Homeopathy, Naturopathy are to name a few of tried and trusted therapies that can turn your life and health around. You simply need to find a practitioner near you!


  Mindfulness & Buddhism – Buddhism is a practice and spiritual development leading to insight into the true nature of life. Buddhism develops the human qualities of compassion, forgiveness, tolerance, contentment and self-discipline. Mindfulness is being aware of one’s thoughts and observing, not re-acting.




The Dalai Lama writes:


“You exercise mindfulness by putting your mind back on its object of meditation every time it falters, which it will often do. Initially it takes great exertion but eventually, you will spontaneously stay without effort.”




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