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3 Top Habits of Vibrantly Healthy, Happy People

  1. Make Vibrant habits your highest priority and develop the mindset that makes the difference.   “Vibrant health means:  High energy,  relaxed focus, wellbeing, happy feelings, strong, flexible & cardio fit, enthusiastic, generous and alive.”    Planning a balanced diet that includes plenty of raw, fresh colourful fruits, vegetables & salads, lovingly prepared and savoured will boost massive reserves of energy throughout the day, so that you are able to enjoy your time well into the evening.  Apart from including more plant based enzyme rich foods, letting go of any ‘stress habit’ means starting your day off a little earlier with an exercise, meditation or mind focusing routine.   Just as you can train a dog with rewards – you can train your mind in much the same way by associating ‘massive pleasure’ to any new behaviour you want to create.   Tell your mind what you want, not what you don’t want:  “Vibrant health & energy is available to me today.”   WRITE IT DOWN – soak it in.    You can literally rewire your brain to give you what you want in as little as 21 days.   I reward myself with an energy packed breakfast that is simply delicious.    “My favourite treat breakfast includes cherries and sweet berries with a mouthwatering selection of my favourite passion fruits.     I include eating mindfully, savouring each juicy, blissful, naturally sweet mouthful.  With this one action, I am honouring my body, energy and life with immense gratitude.”
  2. Time is your most valuable resource.  Success requires a decision and commitment to taking action. Deciding what is most important for the day and getting it done first, becomes its own reward.   Breaking down bigger goals into smaller managable tasks can break through procrastination.  There are different ways of choosing what to do first.  One method is getting done what you dislike the most – FIRST.   This method releases valuable energy by getting it out of the way.  Success will often include less enjoyable aspects that need to be taken care of, such as a training, studying, presenting, accounting, auditioning, even exercising for some people is a drain…and if you re-train yourself to love your least favourite bits – even better.  You can then move through your day feeling fully focused without any nagging feeling that you should be doing something else.
  3. Whatever you give your attention to grows.  So AWARENESS & INTENTION really is KEY if you want to design your life.  If you genuinely desire vibrant health, happiness, energy and success.  One mindfulness technique I like to share, includes Breath in PEACE, breath out with a SMILE.  In peace…out smile.

I hope you enjoyed my top 3 tips for creating vibrant health, happiness and success with tons more energy.

 

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Mindfulness Meditation Evening

2015-06-02 21.43.48Learn Mindfulness Meditation at my Home Practice in Birchington-on-Sea.  Booking essential as each group will be up to 15.  You will learn a powerful short-cut to slow your brainwaves.

Get in Touch if you wish to learn simple steps to living mindfully
CALL SUZI 07836 635233 TO FIND OUT MORE.

8 Green Road, Birchington, Kent. CT7 9JZ

  •  You will learn how to de-stress with three conscious breaths.
  •  Discover which style of meditation suits you most.
  •  Learn how to access the alpha and theta brainwave states for healing, creativity, confidence and inspiration.

“Learn how to relax your mind with simple short cuts that slow your brainwaves.”

Bonus: Free guided meditation

Look and feel more attractive  You will discover that meditation is not just for health, all those happy ‘hormones’ will help you to ooze a calm self-confidence that feels amazing too!

If you are new to meditation you might find it enjoyable to start with guided meditations.  You can request a free meditation to sample to help you sleep, feel more confident, or help to ease pain.

Each meditation contains leading edge transformational technologies.”  Suzi

 

How to change anxiety to intuition

If you have created an exciting vision for your life that is fun enough to get you up in the morning with a leap 🙂  …and you still feel stuck, you may have become disconnected from your intuition.

Here are my simple steps to change anxiety to intuition

What is Intuition?   Your intuition is a kind of sixth sense, or gut instict, which will guide you towards things that help you to learn and grow along a successful path.  You have an intelectual intuition based on all your experiences and a spiritual intuition based on so much more.

What is Anxiety?  Anxiety is a negative fear habit of worrying about something that hasn’t yet happened and is probably never going to.  It zaps valuable energy by creating stress hormones that undermine the immune system.

Negative effects of Anxiety   Anxiety blocks performance by reducing creativity and concentration.

Anxiety shuts down your intuition as your intellect can be manipulated by fear.

You are wanting to move from a negatively focused ‘doubt’ mindset to a positively focused ‘confident’ mindset.

Meditation Practice   Quieten your mind – this is what ‘tunes’ you in.  Meditation is the gateway to detaching from your thought-stream so that you will have the space to STOP – PAUSE – LISTEN…to your intuition.

Mindfulness is the practice of being aware of your thoughts and feelings in the present moment.

Your intuition is only accessible in the current moment.

Becoming aware of your breath leaving the tip of your nose can help to focus you in the moment.

You are attempting to listen to your inner voice of your spiritual intuition or spiritual guidance that is your inner truth.  Most of us grow up in an enviornment pleasing others with layer upon layer of adapting to the desire for approval from our family’s and peers.

Who am I?  Your inner being is ‘love, peace, harmony, joy.

Purpose   You will experience a great sense of purpose by making a positive difference by sharing a unique talent, gift or service’.  You will feel amazing if you find ways to experience these uplifting feelings.

Replacing anxiety with intuition

  1. Acceptance is the first step to moving away from anxiety.
  2. Replace negative ‘anxiety provoking’ questions for more positive ‘confident’ questions.  For example, plan to succeed.   Instead of “what if I fail?”  “what if I succeed?”
  3. Mindfulness meditation will help you to transform anxiety into intuition to find out what is most important to you and why?  What is your intuition asking you to pay attention to?

Now, are you ready to create the BEST chapter in your life?

Dancing Therapy

Dancing Therapy

Dancing is brilliant mindfulness practice if you just relax and feel the music.

Structured, choreographed and freestyle dancing including tango, ballroom or salsa, boosts mental focus, clarity and concentration.

As well as a fun way to boost your health and energy, dancing can also be another easy way to increase ‘mindfulness’ as you tune into the pleasure, freedom and connection with your partner.

If however you feel just too exhausted at the end of a long day and lack energy to go out, then you are going to love Suzi’s powerful refresh and relax hypnosis that can add another two hours of energy to your day.

 

10 Tips to Boost Positivity

 “A Miracle is a shift in perspective”  Marianne Williamson

Changing just one negative belief to a positive belief can change your life”.     How do you think your life would improve if you believed ‘everything will turn out for the best’.   You may know someone who has the ability to turn any problem into a solution, any crisis or setback into an opportunity for reflection, greater awareness and even greater achievement, inner peace and happiness.   “All problems are problems of the imagination and all solutions are solutions of the imagination.” Christopher Howard

1. Mindfulness:  The following is an exercise that gives you power over your moods with control over your reactions.  If this is entirely new to you, have a little contest with your friends/colleagues, or just yourself:  The rules:  A whole day with no moaning, whinging, criticising, complaining.  No blaming, defending or excuses – Just enjoy with curiosity a ‘relaxing’ and very ‘interesting’ awareness.   Could be amusing?   Let me know how you get on…

2. Playful    When was the last time you played?  As a child?  Last year?   What would happen if you spent a whole day taking life much less seriously.  Try it and see.     There is a lovely little family saying: “those who play together, stay together.”  If you are a parent:  you will be giving your kids the best gift if you devote some time to play with them – it helps to find something that you can genuinely enjoy too.

3. Nature  Research published in 2013 in the journal Global Environmental Change, found that people are significantly happier in natural environments.   Look for ways to get out doors in the coming week – notice how much better you feel.

4. Chocolate  Swiss researchers found that eating 1.4 ounces of dark chocolate every day for two weeks reduced stress hormones, including cortisol, in people who were highly stressed.  If your weight is healthy and you have a friendly relationship with food, a little of what you fancy can be the perfect antidote to lifting your mood.

5. Music & Dance   Studies  in the Journal of Positive Psychology, reported students who listened to “happy” music, experienced elevations in mood.  Why do you think the shops and restaurants play music?  You can also lift your mood whilst dancing.  This is one of my personal favourites.

6. Happiness Notebook    Studies have found a strong correlation between feeling thankful and happiness.  This single task has been found to ease depression.   Choose anything you can genuinely be thankful for,  as research has proven that in as little as 21 days this habit will positively affect your mood.   An attitude of gratitude is one of the key ingredients to increasing happy feeling hormones.

7. Take 10 ~Are you Feeling irritable? It could be a sign of sleep deprivation, or stressful habits.    Just 15 minutes of meditation will improve your mood.

8. Volunteer/Helping Others  Researchers from the University of Exeter found that volunteering and helping others can boost happiness, ease depression and create fulfilment.   People feel healthier and happier when they are making a positive difference.  Self worth also improves.

9. Brighter Side    Looking at the ‘sunny’ side of a situation can change everything. It’s your perspective that predicts whether you will be a happy or a lonely bitter person.

10. Start something new – begin something/anything – just do something different!  When I feel overwhelmed – I declutter an area, my bag, or drawer. I might clean out my car or declutter my filing on my computer or clear my desk in my office. This method always gives me a boost of energy.

Always be learning something new – browse through U-Tube, begin a new fitness or dance class, a new book, discover a new hobby by trying a few things that trigger your interest.  Turn off the TV – GET ACTIVE experimenting with activities that interest you.

 

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Mindfulness Magic

Mindful Eating Tip

Use this Positive Tip for 21 days and be prepared to be surprised. Savour whatever you eat or drink slowly and deliberately. Really take your time to appreciate the taste, colour, pleasurable feelings and sounds.

Whatever you choose, let go of all judgement and guilt and decide that it is going to do you good.

Your happy feelings and deliberate mindfulness is the magic.

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Why Stress Less?

5 Reasons to Stress Less

Mindfulness is the latest skill to combat stress, that helps you to become more aware, to make sure you don’t let stressful thoughts run away with you.

1. Relaxing boosts your memory and helps you to make better decisions.  Studies have shown that prolonged stress kills brain cells in the hippocampus, impairing memory and decisions. Stress is now found to increase proteins in the brain linked to Alzheimers.

2. Relaxing eases acne.  It’s a vicious cycle: You’re stressed about that presentation at work, so you break out, and then you’re stressed about the breakout!  Stress increases sebum that can clog the pores in acne prone skin.

3. Relaxing keeps you safe from depression. The prolonged presence of the stress hormone cortisol can reduce levels of serotonin and dopamine triggering depression.

For tuition on Stress relief and Stress Management, book a private session to begin a relaxation practice that suits your personality and lifestyle: EFTMeditation, Mindfulness activities and  Relaxation recordings.

4. Relaxation improves your mood and relationship happiness.  You will feel less snappy, more chilled and in control of your choices with greater ease.

5. Stress makes you fat around your tummy.  Stress causes your body to produce cortisol which gets converted into fat if you do not exercise it off.

If you are needing some stress relief and stress management help, get in touch.  Suzi sees private clients one-to-one in Kent and London W1.  

Call Suzi on 07836 635233 or email:  suzi@rapid-health.co.uk 

 

 

 

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What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness

In case you think Mindfulness is a bastion of hippiedom, The US military offers marines mindfulness training before they are deployed, in recognition that it is an effective form of mental discipline.   “Mindfulness has been shown to help those suffering from depression to manage their emotions better and dwell less on negative memories and feelings.”  Mark Leonard, Oxford Mindfulness Centre.

Mindfulness teaches you to be present in the moment rather than being distracted about the past or projecting into the future.  It is a simple habit of awareness as you move through your day.  Despite it being incredibly simple, a stressed person will find it very difficult to let go of plotting and planning events of the day.

When people feel stressed, the part of the brain associated with “fight or flight” – the amygdala – fires up, reducing the brain’s ability to cope.  Modern crises such as a deluge of work –related emails or a clash of personalities are complex and require flexibility and emotional intelligence.  But in its primitive state of high alert, the brain fixates on the immediate problem rather than thinking strategically and seeing the bigger picture.

Mindfulness has proven benefits that increase calm, a feeling of ‘lightness’, creativity and wellbeing. Regular practice brings your system back into balance: reducing stress hormones, slowing down your heart rate and blood pressure, and relaxing your muscles.

In addition to its calming physical effects, research shows that mindfulness increases energy and focus, combats illness, relieves aches and pains, heightens problem-solving abilities, and boosts motivation and productivity.

If you want to learn how to encorporate Mindfulness into your daily practice, contact Suzi Tyler on 077836 635233 or  suzi@rapid-health.co.uk 

If you are needing some stress relief and stress management help, get in touch.  Suzi sees private clients one-to-one in Kent and London W1.  

 

 

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