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Natural Remedies To Cure Anxiety

With all the the changes that are happening on every level, may it be physical, emotional, mental or spiritual, anxiety might arise more often and more intense than usual. I’m not saying this might be the case for everyone, but for the ones who are experiencing more anxiety than usual, I’ve done some research and gathered some of the remedies that I feel are more beneficial and effective.

Please note: I feel that anxiety has different branches. If your anxiety levels are high, try to understand what’s causing that anxiety in the first place and let it go.

If you simply feel anxious without knowing why, try these remedies, they will definitely help the body to be rid of anxiety and stress.

These remedies are most helpful on a physical level, as in when the body is integrating and processing certain light codes that are currently coming in, he might feel like he’s overstimulated therefore reacting with impulses we call “aches. ” The light waves coming in might feel overwhelming to the body, because we haven’t been feeling them for eons. They are powerful, but also come in as a fine vibration as well. It’s important to take care of ourselves during times when light codes are coming in more strongly than usual.

This is the list of remedies I’ve gathered to cure anxiety:

  1. Chamomile – According to health.com, if you have a jittery moment, a cuppa chamomile tea might help calm you down. Some compounds in chamomile (Matricaria recutita)bind to the same brain receptors as drugs like Valium.You can also take it as a supplement, typically standardized to contain 1.2% apigenin (an active ingredient), along with dried chamomile flowers. In one study at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, in Philadelphia, patients with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) who took chamomile supplements for eight weeks had a significant decrease in anxiety symptoms compared to patients taking placebo.
  2. St. John’s WortAnxietyuk.org.uk says St John”s Wort (Hypericum perforatum L) has been used as a remedy for nerve disorders for more than 2000 years.  This bushy perennial plant, which has bright yellow flowers, grows wild in many parts of the world including Europe, Asia and the USA.  The petals and leaves of the plant contain a number of unique substances such as hypericin and hyperforin. The herb is a popular herbal medicine for the treatment of low mood, with at least 30 studies on more than 1,700 patients showing that St John”s Wort can be an effective remedy for mild- to-moderate depression without the side effects of more conventional anti-depressants. While it is not clear exactly how St John”s Wort works, it is thought that is helps to prolong the action of serotonin, a brain neurotransmitter, which when deficient can result in low mood.  It also often used for symptoms associated with sleep problems, SAD (seasonal affective disorder) and PMS.
  3. Valerian – Valerian is found growing in North America and Europe and is recognisable from its pinkish flowers that grow from a tuberous rhizome and its distinctive rather unpleasant smell.  Throughout history, Valerian has been used medically to treat nervous anxiety, reduce muscle tension and relieve mild insomnia. Valerian is now widely cultivated for medical use as it contains several unique substances, such as valerenic acid and valeranon that have a relaxant action that is particularly effective in treating stress and anxiety. Valerian is also widely used for sleep problems, particularly sleep disturbances due to anxiety.  Valerian helps to calm the brain and body rather than inducing sleep directly, allowing sleep to occur naturally.  It is often combined with other herbs such as lemon balm and hops, both of which are well known for their calming properties. – See more at: anxietyuk.org.uk
  4. Exercise – Exercise is safe, good for the brain, and a powerful antidote to depression and anxiety, both immediately and in the long term. “If you exercise on a regular basis, you’ll have more self-esteem and feel healthier,” says Drew Ramsey, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University, who blogs at www.DrewRamseyMD.com.”One of the major causes of anxiety is worrying about illness and health, and that dissipates when you are fit.”
  5. Yoga and/or Meditation– Regular yoga practice can help you stay calm and relaxed in daily life and can also give you the strength to face events as they come without getting restless. Yoga practice ideally includes the complete package of asanas (body postures), pranayamas (breathing techniques), meditation, and the ancient yoga philosophy, all of which has helped several anxiety patients recover and face life with new positivity and strength.

    Taking your attention to the breath can help free the mind of the unnecessary clutter of thoughts that breed anxiety. Try the following breathing practices:

    • Kapal Bhati Pranayama (Skull-Shining Breathing Technique)
    • Bhastrika Pranayama
    • Nadi Shodhan Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing) – effective in releasing stress from the system (where the exhalation is longer than the inhalation)
    • Bhramari Pranayama (Bee Breath)

There are a lot more remedies in nature to ease anxiety, but these are the ones I found to be working best.

Some information from this article has been taken from:

http://www.artofliving.org/yoga/health-and-wellness/yoga-for-anxiety-disorder

http://www.livestrong.com/article/18814-yoga-breathing-exercises-anxiety/

http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20669377_10,00.html

Thank you for reading,

Love and Light,

Eddie

Guided Relationship Healing Meditation

” Guided Relationship Healing Meditation to attract love and heal, repair, fix and strengthen relationships! This meditation may also help you to find forgiveness and release and let go of people from the past. “

This guided meditation facilitates the healing of relationships. The theme of relationships has been coming up for many people, therefore I’m sure this meditation will either help bring you clarity or help you release out of your psyche that which no longer serves you in terms of relationships.

You can do this meditation as often as you can.

Enjoy!

Thank you for reading and watching,

Love and Light,

Eddie

The Emergence Of Self-Healing

Since there’a detox – purification – healing theme in the air and has been for a while, I thought it’s a good idea to share some information on how to ease or completely heal ourselves of “dis-ease,” to allow the natural process of detoxification to occur.

As the body becomes more sensitive, lighter, we might experience a greater sensitivity to toxins and other man made substances that are a result of a lower vibrational thought form creation. Worry not about it, our bodies are not as fragile as previously thought. Our bodies are intelligent, they are the result of eons of constant evolution. Even after so many decades of technology, information, discoveries, the modern human hasn’t been able to explore all the human body is. Why is that, you may ask ?

It’s still constantly evolving, now more than ever. Our body is made up of the most Intelligent Consciousness. Consciousness expands. We put limits to our bodies, we think we are limited to the body, we think that the body is a limit, but is it so? Aren’t these thoughts the  limitations and not the body ? Reflect profoundly on these questions. Do you hold any limiting thought patterns in your unconscious ?

We begin the self-healing when we release and let go of those patterns. That’s when your body’s natural self-healing mechanisms are being activated to their full potential.

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This is a process, expect not full healing to happen over night. Patience, self-love and nurturing is needed, embodied. The body has been put through a lot of dysfunction in our many lifetimes, it gathered a lot of cellular memory that needs to be transformed into the light. We programmed our minds with many unconscious limitations. Our bodies picked up on those thinking patterns and shaped itself after those limits as well. Not to say, that the mind is the one in charge of everything, our consciousness is. Consciousness is everything we are, however it expresses itself in our human experience (mind, body, heart etc), therefore when the mind is really imbalanced and stuck in dysfunction, it is most likely to imbalance other things in there, such as the physical body, therefore  “,dis-ease” appears.

When we let go of the  patterns, we naturally transform and unify within. We reach deeper, more harmonious states of balance on every level, that’s when the deep healing really occurs. Of course, firstly, in order to let go of something, we need to be aware of what that something is. This awareness will bring clarity and ways to transform out of our psyche that which no longer serves us.

These imbalances “, dis-eases, ” on the other hand, are usually hiding some sort of blessing in them. Some have been pre-agreed, according to the individual’s wishes, choices and growth; some are showing you the areas in your life you need to become more conscious of, that might need some sort of work or healing.  Sometimes they facilitate the embodiment of something you need to embody in this lifetime. There could be many reasons and they might differ from individual to individual. We have to be able to allow the experience to show us why it manifested in the first place. Why is it trying to show us ?

That is why it is of extreme importance to be able to trust your intuition/guidance first and foremost, be aware and the rest will follow. The steps that need to be taken into healing yourself will be revealed to you, if that is what you intend to and hold no blocks of self-healing.

Loving yourself will “do the trick. ” It is how you make sure you allow the healing to occur, because when you truly love yourself, you can only want what’s best for you and intrinsically for all. That’s what the foundation of your creations will be based on, therefore unwanted manifestations will be less and less frequent, until there are no more.

Thank you for reading,

Love and Light,

Eddie

5 Best Natural Remedies To Heal Insomnia

We experience insomnia when we find it difficult to fall asleep or when we can’t get enough sleep to feel refreshed in the morning, so we feel drained during the day and can’t concentrate properly. The causes of insomnia could be many: joint and muscle pain, restless legs, anxiety, fear, acid reflux, and pain from chronic disease.

With all that being said, if you have insomnia there are many natural cures, tasty foods to help you overcome that and I am going to list below. These natural remedies and foods can help tremendously on a physical level, as they relax your nervous system, however if your insomnia is caused by anxiety or fear (same thing), then it needs to be acknowledged, dealt with and overcome. There’s no hiding from it, the only way is through. There are many articles on The Power Within Us to assist you with transmuting fear, you can use the search button on the right.

Also, our mind tends to be overactive at night especially, so you have to simply observe the thoughts flowing without engaging in the chatter and but at the same time, calm the mind. Most recommended is to just relax and maybe listen to some soothing music, nature sounds and just meditate, just be. Make sure your room is not too noisy or hot or cold as that can make you restless and that the energy of the room is just perfect for you. Insomnia can be avoided easily if you take proper care of yourself and your environment, but if you’re already experiencing insomnia symptoms here are a few very practical and simple to do natural remedies.

1. Toast and raw milk – Studies have shown that drinking warm milk releases melatonin — the sleep hormone — as well as endorphins to relax you and encourage sleep. A small amount of complex carbohydrates such as whole grain toast or cereal will fill your stomach, relieving hunger pains at bedtime, and cure insomnia. Whole grains release tryptophan, a precursor to seratonin production — the calming brain chemical.

2. Two tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar mixed with 10 to 12 ounces of water relieves burning from acid reflux that may prevent sleep. Additionally, arthritis and fibromyalgia pain may lessen or disappear after alkalizing with this drink.

3. Tea – Such as chamomile tea, valerian or lemon balm. They both have calming effects and help with restlesness and anxiety. Passionflower and skullcap soothe agitated nervous systems and can help with mental chatter. At the same time, too much of these herbs can actually do the opposite, make you more agitated, anxious and irritated.

4.  Jasmine Essential Oil – Put a drop of jasmine essential oil on each wrist just before you go to bed. In studies conducted at Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia, researchers discovered that people who spent the night in jasmine-scented rooms slept more peacefully than people who stayed in unscented—or even lavender-scented—rooms.
Try a soothing aromatic bath before bedtime. Add 5 drops lavender oil and 3 drops ylang-ylang oil to warm bathwater and enjoy a nice soak.

5. Breathing. Inhale deeply through the nose till you feel your belly is popping out a bit and exhale through the mouth as if you are spitting fire. Conscious breathing can help tremendously in so many areas, especially relaxing our nervous system, muscles and mind as well. Repeat that simple breathing exercise for as long as you wish.

Another incredible article with useful information to help you cure insomnia is The Ultimate Guide To Curing Insomnia and Getting A Good Nights Sleep.

I hope you found this article useful and practical. Have a blissful day!

Thank you for reading,

Love and Light,

Eddie

Sources: wholeliving.com

naturalnews.com

bupa.co.uk

helpguide.org

besthealthmag.ca