Tips To Reduce Stress
1) Look for ways to laugh, as research from the Mayo Clinic shows how laughter increases the rate of neuropeptides released that help fight stress, and potentially more serious illnesses.
I created these funny cat pictures for a silly section of the site - keep checking in as I'll be adding new ones regularly.
2) The cat pictures for Easter include chocolate, because that has become the most popular part of the holiday. Chocolate has also been shown to relieve stress, as scientists for the Nestle Research Centre found. Dark chocolate enjoyed on a daily basis can help to balance the body chemistry of people who are stressed.
3) Get plenty of sleep. Reach a level of deep relaxation by experiencing the Z Point Process as you lay in bed, and your stress will fade away.
The more often you feel that relaxed, the sooner you will reach the state of complete peace. You will be able to drift off to sleep after counting down from 10 to 0, repeating your cue word in-between.
Send for the free eBook on the right for an introduction to Z Point.
Do You Believe In Miracles?
Many call the resurrection of Jesus a miracle. I think when inspirational stories are called miracles, it puts them out of bounds, and distances them from "ordinary" people. I prefer to look on them as hope and possibilities that are available for everyone.
Once your mind is open to believing that anything is possible - then that creates a life full of excitement and discovery. I wish you a life that you create anew every day.
"The resurrection asserts a truth which is by no means always written legibly for all men on the face of nature. It tells us that the spiritual is higher than the material; that in this universe spirit counts for more than matter." - H. P. Liddon
"Chocolate causes certain endocrine glands to secrete hormones that affect your feelings and behavior by making you happy. Therefore, it counteracts depression, in turn reducing the stress of depression. Your stress-free life helps you maintain a youthful disposition, both physically and mentally. So, eat lots of chocolate!" - Elaine Sherman