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Yoga Nidra, the concept, is adopted from the ancient science of Tantra. It is a powerful practice for achieving deep relaxation while being conscious and aware. Nidra as a word stands for sleep, but the application here is totally different from what we generally understand sleep as. To understand this we need to log onto some basic insight into the different states of consciousness as explained in the yogic system.

There are three states in which our consciousness keep oscillating at regular intervals, through the agency of mind. These intervals are predetermined most of the times which is referred as the Bio Rhythms.

  1. Jaagrut awastha or normal wakeful state (conscious): This is outer most dimension in which consciousness is in contact with the external material dimension through the agency of sensory organs. We have five sensory organs viz. sight, smell, audition, taste and touch. This is where most of worldly communications takes place. Consciousness exists in an extroverted state relying on sensory organs to relay the information from surroundings.
  2. Swapna awastha or dream state (sub conscious): This is a totally different dimension where consciousness experiences a reality in forms of dreams.
  3. Sushupti awashta or deep sleep (unconscious): State of deep sleep when even dreams don’t appear to the consciousness and an absolute state is experienced which is mostly untraceable by common mind.

While we enter into ordinary sleep, the consciousness drifts from conscious plane to other two without an awareness of this transition. In yoga nidra, we train our mind to retain the awareness not just of this transition but of the actual experience it receives while being in each state.

During the practice, consciousness moves to a threshold state between sleep and wakefulness, thereby connecting with the sub conscious and unconscious dimensions.

This awareness is the actual scientific definition of relaxation which is in contrast to popular beliefs. As we generally observe by relaxation we often mean lying on a couch, having a cup of coffee or a drink or reading our favorite author or genre. All these are simply sensory diversions that change the direction in which our sense organs are engaged. They have very less to do with actual relaxation that occurs only when we are aware and unattached; in this reference it’s better to say un-indulged.

The matrix of Tension

Action, in general, leads to tension. This is natural physics. Two forces operating simultaneously at the same time will create tension. As we go through doing small and big things in life with body, mind or heart, we produce tension. And that tension operates on us. Whatever we do as part of routine, from eating to sleeping, to walking to running to catching a train to managing projects at work, each activity results in tension. These tensions are stored at several planes of our personality.

These accumulated tensions manifest in several form via our psyche. Imbalances, disorders and conflicts within an individual or societies or nations.

Yoga straightforwardly identifies these tensions at the source of suffering.  We are not aware of them directly and only see their symptoms. This condition is known as Klesha in Yoga and they are the root of all human problems. Avidya or ignorance is where they all are rooted. This ignorance is the realm of our personalities about which we are not really aware of.

We can categorize three basic types of tension:

  1. Muscular
  2. Emotional
  3. Mental

Yoga Nidra is an effective method of achieving physical, emotional and mental rest and release. It’s a systematic tool of transiting between different states of consciousness. This has got powerful and profound impacts on the overall personality. We are able to let go of stored tensions, burn sanskaras or to say break older habitual conditioning in order to have a fresh and conscious experience overall. It also increases the receptivity of mind and thus enhances learning and gaining knowledge.

Creativity and Sankalp

Also it allows for a creative expression of our mind as it get free from fears, phobias and several neurosis. This helps in concentrating the energy of mind and giving it a channeled expression. Opting for a resolution or Sankalp, during the practise provides for that channeling of the energy. This Sankalp is a very positive and virtuous idea that you might be aspired towards having as a part of you. It is chosen and repeated constantly each time you practise until it is realized.

Psychological Correlates

Our brain emits different types of wave patterns while we drift from one state of mind to the other. Mapping these waves through specific instruments has been a milestone in the studies conducted in several places. This has made more and more scientific brains interested and attracted towards exploring and researching the probable implications of Yoga Nidra as a tool to overcome several issues that modern civilization is struggling with.

The table below shows a scientific explanatory values for the states of consciousness and the values for brain waves emitted in each of these states. Also mentioned is the correlated field of experiencing with each state.

No. State of consciousness Psychological name Brainwave pattern Experience
1 Awake Conscious mind Beta

 

(13-20 cps)

Sensory awareness, external knowledge
2 Yoga Nidra Border line between awake and sleep Alpha

 

(8-12 cps)

Deep relaxation, conscious dreaming
3 Dreaming sleeping Subconscious mind Theta

 

(4 – 7 cps)

Release of emotions, fears and desires
4 Deep sleep Unconscious mind Delta

 

(0-4 cps)

Awakening of instincts and primitive drives

The popular format of Yoga Nidra was designed by Shri Swami Satyananda Saraswti, the founder of one of the most authentic and popular institution of yoga study in our times called Bihar School of Yoga. He was a realized yogi who reformed many concepts and principles of yoga so as to be understood by the modern mind easily.

For more information on the technique and practice of yoga nidra, we will soon publish another post with further details.

Kind regards
Acharya vinay

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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.
I am currently using 3 different coaches, for different areas of my life, and on top of that I'm enrolled in a handful of Masterminds, to ensure my vibe and energetic minimums don't slip back to the comfort and complacency that my ego enjoys. My support is a critical investment, because procrastination, overwhelm and fear cost more than quality mentorship ever could. 
And yesterday I had a discovery call with another coach. 
 
I never turn down the opportunity to chat, because I don't believe in coincidence. If we fall into each other's orbit, there will be a reason, and I know I can trust my body to make the right decision. If it's a no, it's a no, and we're all professionals here - there'll be no hard feelings. 
 
BUT.. a yes often feels much worse than a no. And since I experienced the most uncomfortable yes of my life yesterday, I thought it would be worth a public post. Because a common misconception I've found, is that people think growth and progress looks like skipping through a tulip field while your PayPal notifications 'bing!' melodiously. 
 
In reality, it looks like your vagus nerve has been plucked like a guitar string, and you're wondering if there's time to exit the Zoom call before you vomit on the screen.
 
In the discovery call, we discussed some things that need work around attachment theory, complimentary energies, and expansion. Now, all of these things are constantly being worked on, but from different angles and viewpoints. And this particular coach brought a completely new perspective to the mix. One that would require an unprecedented level of bravery and release.
 
How did I know that this was going to be pivotal input that was worth the investment? 
I got sick. I got really sick. We reached the part of the discussion where it was time to choose between moving forward or falling back into what I knew, and my entire survival system went haywire. I had a vagal response, my head was aching, I was dizzy and I needed to breathe through some fairly intense nausea.
 
And here's why that was the best thing EVER:
 
I was not under threat. There were no tigers in my office at that time. No murderers at the door, no building on fire. 
And yet my system responded as though we were gunna die. Which means someone is... and it's not me. 
 
So who was it? 
 
Short answer: my story. My current understanding of who I am and what I'm capable of.
 
Our identities are made up of our survival meanings, our coping mechanisms and our experiences. It incorporates our models of reality, our emotional homes and our value and belief systems. As far as the nervous system is concerned, a threat to your identity is a threat to your life. This is why it's so uncomfortable to have your perceptions about what's possible rejected or corrected.
Case in point: If you've struggled with money your whole life, how much do you enjoy someone telling you that money is everywhere and super easy to receive, even without work? 
I bet some part of you wants to punt that person into the next neighbourhood.
 
Well, imagine that response on steroids. Imagine someone simultaneously questioned EVERYTHING about you and your world.
 
That's what I experienced, and that's why I needed to say yes. 
 
Not in the moment, mind. In the moment I couldn't tell if I needed to cry or find a bathroom. So I went and had the fit, and then I reached out again to confirm the contract. 
 
Your new life will cost you your old one. When you're standing at the edge, and it's time to drop the old weight that will enable you to climb to the next level, do you hold on to what you know? Or release and climb?
 
Our decisions in these moments shape our future. Drop me a comment and tell me what kind of decisions you're making in 2019 😊
 
Best,
Sarah xo

 

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Even though the holidays are a few weeks behind us, you may still be experiencing the side effects of all the celebrations including feeling heavy, bloated and stuffed. 

These 6 simple, delicious, inexpensive and easily accessible superfoods will help you bounce back and feel better right away. 

Ok, so what are those debloating superstars? 

 

Parsley

Parsley is one of the best foods to help support and detoxify the liver. Compounds in parsley can help kill some bad bacteria and cause the liver to secrete bile, which is the key player in breaking down fat. 

 

Add freshly chopped parsley to smoothies, soups, salads, sauces, dips, dressings and sprinkle on food before serving. 

 

Fennel

Fennel is a miracle debloater. Fennel tea is my favorite beverage to drink on the first day of my period. It not only reduces bloating, fennel acts as an antispasmodic, relieving cramping. I also love fennel essential oil. I rub it in my abdomen when I feel bloated and always carry it with me when I fly or travel.

 

To make a refreshing and highly effective debloating tonic combine hot fennel tea with fresh ginger slices (let it steep for at least 15 minutes) and freshly squeezed lemon juice. 

 

 

Lemon 

Quercetin in lemons is a potent anti-inflammatory agent. Lemons also help to detoxify the liver and that's why I always recommend my clients to start their day with warm water with lemon to help move things along. 

 

Besides lemon water, my favorite use of lemons is to squeeze them over steamed broccoli. 

 

 

Cucumbers

 

Cucumbers are 95% water which makes them an ideal hydrating and cooling food. They are anti-inflammatory, low in calories and high in fiber making them a wonderful choice for digestive health. 

 

If you don't enjoy cucumbers in your salads or as a snack, you can easily blend them into a smoothie. 

 

 

 

Mint 

Mint has been one of the most well-knows plants that help support a healthy digestive tract. There is nothing better than a hot cup of mint tea to settle the stomach after a heavy meal or even food poisoning. Research that shows mint may help relieve IBS by soothing pain from inflammation in the GI tract. 

 

Mint can be enjoyed in teas but also added to salads and smoothies. It adds a great boost of flavor. 

 

 

 

Ginger 

 

Ginger is another old remedy that acts as a potent anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea and a root that supports digestion of foods. Ginger essential oil is another oil I use on the first day of my period. It helps with stomach discomfort and cramps. Besides rubbing it into my abdomen I make tea with it from fresh ginger slices (and fennel, and lemon). 

 

 

Want to make a debloating smoothie? Here's my favorite recipe. 

 

 

Additional tips to help with bloating: 

 

  • Increase your water intake (aim for half of your body weight in oz). 

  • Remove any fizzy drinks from your diet (including zero calorie ones). 

  • Avoid any sugar alcohols (they can be found in most protein supplements, protein bars, protein shakes and low calorie/low sugar foods). 

  • Monitor your fiber intake - too much or too little can be as troublesome. Aim for about 25 g of fiber per day. 

  • Reduce sodium intake (high sodium diet causes water retention and increases blood pressure). 

  • Exercise regularly. 

  • Eat slowly and mindfully, chewing your food thoroughly before swallowing. 

 

Did you enjoy this article? Make sure you share it with friends and family members who can benefit from reading it. 

Do you have any questions? You can email me here

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Reposted Ken Keegans's article.

As the HU Community continues to grow, we are constantly working to develop apps that will help our members connect, collaborate and grow.

To this end, we are excited to announce the launch of our new Banners app.  This new feature allows members to post ads to promote their practice, products, services or events.  Although Banners can only be posted by members, they can be seen by both members and non-members.

Although we recommend the default Banner type, which is image based, you also have the option to post a text Banner (the size for both is 400x120dpi). 

In order to post your own Banner, simply click on your profile picture, located in the top right corner of your screen, and then scroll down the pop-up window and select Banners.

When listing a new Banner, select Image or Text (again, we recommend Image).  Then select how you want the Banner to run:

  • Number of days
  • Number of page impressions
  • Number of clicks

In the “Days” field, enter the number of days, impressions or clicks you want to purchase.  You can start the Banner display immediately, or at a future date.

In the URL field, enter the web address where you want users directed when they click on your Banner.  You can direct them to an existing web page, or to a “Lead Page” if you want to track a specific promotion.  If you need help publishing a “Lead Page”, simply send an email to support@holisticunited.com with “Lead Page” as the Subject line.

Now upload the image that you want displayed for your Banner. Once you have published your Banner you can view the Banner analytics by clicking on the ‘info’ icon (located on the top right corner of your Banner), you will be able to see the total number of days, impressions and clicks for your Banner.  If you do prefer to post a Text Banner, you will also be required to enter a Caption (or title).

If you have any questions, send an email to support@holisticunited.com with “Banners” as the Subject line.

 

 

 

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A short time ago I was driving across town and thinking about my kids. They are all grown up now and have moved away. Their lives are in full swing with jobs, babies and the obligations that are a natural result of living. I was thinking about how much I miss them and yet how lucky we were that the kids were leading happy successful lives, each in their own way. The sadness I felt at that moment reduced me to tears.

Life is funny, isn’t it? I can vividly remember those days when my husband and I were in the middle of raising our kids and juggling careers. Even a few moments of peace and quiet were dreamed of and coveted. How often I found myself wishing if I could only have a day to myself without any demands or expectations from anybody, what sheer bliss that would be.

It only feels like it was yesterday.

Now my husband and I have all the time in the world. We talk and reminisce about those days and how we worried about their welfare and the mortgage at the same time. Hoping and praying that it would all work out. Wondering out loud if we would get them successfully launched out into the world.

That’s when it dawned on me intuitively, we were no longer relevant to our children. They were doing exactly what they should be doing. They are living their lives and raising a family. We have faded into the background.

I felt guilty then. I should be happy that the kids are happy, right?

Yes and no.

Truth be told I miss the chaos. I miss the flap of running around and keeping the household on schedule, meals, homework, programs and activities. I miss the noise of having the kids and all their friends dropping in. I miss waking up on the weekends and making a million pancakes for all the kids that slept over. Believe me, there were a lot of kids. I miss sitting together at dinner laughing, sometimes arguing, my husband helping the kids with homework, while I cleaned up. The silence around the house has become deafening.

It dawned on me then that we had done the same thing to our parents. We became so busy living that we forgot about them. Now I understood my mother-in-law insistence that we come for a visit once a month. It annoyed me because it was just one more thing added to the list, but we respected her wishes. My parents, on the other hand, never called or asked for anything. That annoyed me too. It made me feel as though we didn’t matter anymore. What I didn’t understand was that they too were struggling with this same awareness of no longer being relevant to us.

That really dropped deep into my soul.

A few weeks ago, I was sharing this little insight with a friend when she mentioned that she was going through the same thing. She had written a poem about it. She has very graciously agreed to share it in my article. You will find it below.

These little emotional vignettes we go through are breakthroughs in conscious awareness. They are important. Yes, they are painful but just think how it changes your perspective of things.

On the one hand, I believe it is important to let our children go. They have to grow up sometime and it should be on your watch.  On the other hand, I had someone say to me once that her children had the audacity to do exactly what she expected of them. They grew up and became independent. We laughed for a long time about that. It makes you feel pissed off and happy at the same time, doesn’t it?

Having said that, however, I am of the opinion that it wouldn’t hurt for the little cherubs to call home once in a while. I tell my kids we won’t call you, but it would be nice if you called us every few weeks to make sure we are still alive. I think that is fair and so far, that seems to be working.

Maybe it is time for you to give your parents a call. Say thank you and let them know that they still matter. Your children are listening.

 

Becoming Irrelevant

By Margo Kendall

They don’t tell you about

this part of motherhood-

The part where you become totally irrelevant

To your children.

 

You stop waiting for the calls

and invitations

that have stopped coming.

Their lives are busy –

hunting and gathering so that

more stuff can accumulate

more courses taken

more trips enjoyed.

Their lives are busy and exhausting

with kids and jobs and just living –

there is no time

for coffee with mom

or long chats over dinner.

 

Their absence in your life

is so, so painful –

But what is there to say?

If their time is not

a gift freely given

why would you want

to be pencilled in

to their busy schedules?

 

Let it go

Let them go

Your role as mother is well and truly over.

Love them from afar-

Send them wished for

health and happiness

and know that

when they are old

and if they become irrelevant

They will finally understand…your silence.

 

Atherton Drenth is a clairvoyant medical intuitive and the author of Intuitive Dance. Building, Protecting & Clearing Your Energy, (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Following Body Wisdom. Atherton also appears in the documentary, Voyage to Betterment as one of 12 experts along with other internationally renowned physicians, researchers, and pioneers in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.
www.athertondrenth.com

www.paradigmcentre.com

 

 

 

 

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Reposted Rose's post.

Now is a crucial time as ever for us to remain present. There are things moving in the under current that are shifting our paradigm as we are bombarded with distractions of the our everyday lives and world activities. 

Stay attuned and connected. Keep your focus on what is beyond the physical and allow the real truths do it's work within us all. Things only intensify from here.

We're all in this together. 

Blessings. ❤️

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Reposted Ben Pianese's post.

People often experience back pain in different ways. Some people may just have stiffness in their back, while other people will have stabbing pain. Back pain isn’t pleasant, but these tips will get you feeling better sooner.



Your mattress can make all the difference when you are dealing with back pain. The average person spends nearly a third of each day in bed. Unfortunately, you day will include unnecessary back pain if your mattress fails to adequately support your back. Use a medium-firm mattress and proper supporting pillows for the neck.


If you can afford it, one of the best methods to get rid of back pain is to actually seek professional physical therapy. Even if your local hospital doesn’t offer therapy onsite, someone there can provide guidance for finding qualified professionals. It might be costly, but it definitely will help you in the long run.

One good way to prevent back pain from ever appearing is to get sufficient amounts of vitamin C and calcium. Your bones will be depleted if you lack these nutrients. When this happens, the result is deterioration, and this can quickly turn into back pain. Vitamin supplements and foods that are rich in calcium should be eaten. Getting a bit of sunlight on a regular basis is also a good idea. Your back will feel much better as a result.

Be aware of your posture and the position you hold as you sit. Your back should always be straight, and your feet must be placed flat on the floor with one foot a few inches behind the other. As you type on your keyboard, your elbows should be positioned at your sides. Avoid looking downwards at your computer screen or craning your neck for a better view.


It seems that everybody suffers some sort of back pain sooner or later. Many think that the pain is triggered by something that occurs right before the pain, or by one singular event. It can actually be an accumulation of smaller injuries that will finally result in a painful back.


If you experience back pain try to lay down on your back with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle. This is the best position to release the pressure in your back. However, whatever position is most comfortable for you is probably best, as long as you are not twisting your spine.

If you have to sit for prolonged periods of time, for example at the movies or on an airplane, sit with your leg crossed. If you cross your legs, it will put your back and hip muscles to use, and if you keep them moving you will prevent pain. Be sure to alternate your leg crossing, so you use the muscles on both sides of your body.


Find a good massage therapist who can stop the pain in your back from becoming more serious. Many areas of daily life can place a great deal of stress and strain on our backs. A good massage can help your back pain so it’s a great long-term investment.


Whenever you are lifting, even lighter items that do not require much strength, bend your knees to utilize leg muscles and not your back. If you pick heavy items up the wrong way, you can have a lot of back problems. Lifting should always be done properly, by using your knees and core muscles as much as possible and lifting heavy items as close to your body as possible.


An aching or injured back can be quite a serious problem. If you don’t get it taken care of, back pain can cause a disability that lasts for a long time. Back pain is hard to get over, which is why it is so crucial to prevent it. If you do have back pain, it is important to know the different ways to treat and cope with it. This article will offer you many helpful ways to treat back pain, as well as useful methods of prevention.

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Insufficient protein intake is something I see very often in my clients who work out 4-5 hours per week, especially women in their 40's and 50's. 

It is also one of the main reasons why they often don't see results while working out more than ever before. 

As we age our energy requirement decreases, however protein requirement increases. It is very important to get at least 100 g of protein per day (if you weight at least 120 lbs) when you strength train at least 3 hours per week (especially on those workout days) or if you are over 60 years old. 

From my experience, 100 g can be quite overwhelming at first, especially once you find out that nuts, beans or grains such as quinoa are not really significant sources of protein. 

 

So how does eating 100 g of protein per day looks like? 

 

Breakfasts ideas (27-30 g of protein) 

  • 2 eggs plus 2 egg whites (24 g) + slice of Ezekiel bread (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2g) 

  • 6 oz greek yogurt (18-20 g) + 1 TBS peanut butter (7g) + 1 cup berries (1g) 

  • 1 cup cottage cheese (25-28g) + 1 cup berries or 1 cup sliced banana (1 g) + 0.5 oz pumpkin seeds (4g)

  • protein shake made with protein powder (25-28g) + cup of berries (1g) + 2 cups of raw spinach (1.5g) 

  • 2 eggs (12g) + 2 slices of Ezekiel bread (8g) + 1 oz nitrate-free turkey (8 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g)  

  • VEGAN: 1 cup lentils (18 g) + 1/2 cup green peas (4 g) + 1 cup mushrooms (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g) 

 

Read more HERE 

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To get in shape, you’ll need to be consistent. To be consistent, you’ll need help.

Hi, I'm Monika, a nutrition coach & a behavior change specialist.

I started my company to help people break the cycle of yo-yo dieting. I want to be your last stop in your health & fitness transformation. I'm not going to sell you supplements, detoxes, or weight loss contraptions. If you're looking for a quick fix, I'm not your coach.
​But if you are READY to make changes and build HABITS that will last a lifetime, let's talk.

Interested in learning more about my online coaching program?

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Reposted Ken Keegans's article.

Meet Sarah Reilly, Life Coach

 

HU:   What inspires you?

Answer:  People who’ve overcome really rough starts and used what they went through to make the world a better place.

 

HU:  What is your biggest achievement to date (personal or professional)?

Answer:  The work I’ve done with coaching clients, is by far the most important and rewarding thing I’ve experienced. Using NLP techniques to disconnect things that were causing people terrible stress and unhappiness, ‘rewiring’ people so that they can live their dreams and achieve ‘bucket list’ items… it’s just been a thrilling couple of years.

 

HU:  What does a typical day look like for you?

Answer:  Firstly, a cup of tea and some time to wake up properly.  I have a morning routine that sets me up for the day, and then I typically coach between 10 and 5, Monday to Friday. Sometimes I start a little earlier or finish a little later to accommodate international clients that are on difficult timezones. I also do a couple of Saturday sessions for those clients who still work weekdays. All of this fits around my travel schedule which is hectic by most people’s standards: I’ve been without a residence for over 2yrs now.

In the first half of winter I only coach in the afternoon, because I snowboard in the mornings, and in the second half I switch it around to work around freeze-thaws. I find spring-riding conditions slushier and more fun in the afternoon, and because the days are getting longer I want to be around for apres-ski ;)

 

HU:  What is your favorite current project and why?

Answer:  Myself and my management team will be kicking off pre-production for my 2019 group programs and courses that launch in May. I absolutely adore working with them – they’re the most competent professionals you’ll ever find in the tech world, and they’re truly lovely people to boot.

 

HU:  If you could switch jobs with someone, who would it be and why?

Answer:  Tony Robbins. I trained through his school and the work he does in the world is just phenomenal.

 

HU:  What are your biggest professional challenges?

Answer:  When I can see what’s possible for someone, but they’re not ready to take the first leap. I fully respect each individual’s ‘divine timing’, but it’s still heartbreaking when someone is operating as though we have unlimited time, or as though they’re not worth the investment.

 

HU:  What’s the most rewarding aspect about your career?

Answer:  The results. People finally living their dreams is the most joyous thing to be a part of.

 

HU:  What is your motto or personal mantra?

Answer:  ‘Fear isn’t a barrier, it’s a compass.’

 

HU:  How do you maintain a healthy work/life balance?

Answer:  I think ‘balance’ is a weak goal. I would always encourage people to pursue something they’re so passionate about that it puts them in flow state. That way ‘working’ is something that empowers and energizes them. Spending 40hrs a week doing something you hate puts tremendous stress on the body. If you need to ‘recover’ from work e.g. with vacations and weekends full of inactivity, you’re in the wrong job.

 

HU:  What is the greatest obstacle you have overcome?

Answer:  CPTSD, and deep, ingrained self-hatred.

 

HU:  What do you hope to share with the HU community?

Answer:  My help. Moving people forward is my obsession. I’m always available for a virtual coffee and to show you what’s possible.

 

HU:  What do you hope to learn/gain from the HU community?

Answer:  Tribe, education and inspiration

Learn more about Sarah Reilly, here.

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Yoga Nidra, the concept, is adopted from the ancient science of Tantra. It is a powerful practice for achieving deep relaxation while being conscious and aware. Nidra as a word stands for sleep, but the application here is totally different from what we generally understand sleep as. To understand this we need to log onto some basic insight into the different states of consciousness as explained in the yogic system.

There are three states in which our consciousness keep oscillating at regular intervals, through the agency of mind. These intervals are predetermined most of the times which is referred as the Bio Rhythms.

  1. Jaagrut awastha or normal wakeful state (conscious): This is outer most dimension in which consciousness is in contact with the external material dimension through the agency of sensory organs. We have five sensory organs viz. sight, smell, audition, taste and touch. This is where most of worldly communications takes place. Consciousness exists in an extroverted state relying on sensory organs to relay the information from surroundings.
  2. Swapna awastha or dream state (sub conscious): This is a totally different dimension where consciousness experiences a reality in forms of dreams.
  3. Sushupti awashta or deep sleep (unconscious): State of deep sleep when even dreams don’t appear to the consciousness and an absolute state is experienced which is mostly untraceable by common mind.

While we enter into ordinary sleep, the consciousness drifts from conscious plane to other two without an awareness of this transition. In yoga nidra, we train our mind to retain the awareness not just of this transition but of the actual experience it receives while being in each state.

During the practice, consciousness moves to a threshold state between sleep and wakefulness, thereby connecting with the sub conscious and unconscious dimensions.

This awareness is the actual scientific definition of relaxation which is in contrast to popular beliefs. As we generally observe by relaxation we often mean lying on a couch, having a cup of coffee or a drink or reading our favorite author or genre. All these are simply sensory diversions that change the direction in which our sense organs are engaged. They have very less to do with actual relaxation that occurs only when we are aware and unattached; in this reference it’s better to say un-indulged.

The matrix of Tension

Action, in general, leads to tension. This is natural physics. Two forces operating simultaneously at the same time will create tension. As we go through doing small and big things in life with body, mind or heart, we produce tension. And that tension operates on us. Whatever we do as part of routine, from eating to sleeping, to walking to running to catching a train to managing projects at work, each activity results in tension. These tensions are stored at several planes of our personality.

These accumulated tensions manifest in several form via our psyche. Imbalances, disorders and conflicts within an individual or societies or nations.

Yoga straightforwardly identifies these tensions at the source of suffering.  We are not aware of them directly and only see their symptoms. This condition is known as Klesha in Yoga and they are the root of all human problems. Avidya or ignorance is where they all are rooted. This ignorance is the realm of our personalities about which we are not really aware of.

We can categorize three basic types of tension:

  1. Muscular
  2. Emotional
  3. Mental

Yoga Nidra is an effective method of achieving physical, emotional and mental rest and release. It’s a systematic tool of transiting between different states of consciousness. This has got powerful and profound impacts on the overall personality. We are able to let go of stored tensions, burn sanskaras or to say break older habitual conditioning in order to have a fresh and conscious experience overall. It also increases the receptivity of mind and thus enhances learning and gaining knowledge.

Creativity and Sankalp

Also it allows for a creative expression of our mind as it get free from fears, phobias and several neurosis. This helps in concentrating the energy of mind and giving it a channeled expression. Opting for a resolution or Sankalp, during the practise provides for that channeling of the energy. This Sankalp is a very positive and virtuous idea that you might be aspired towards having as a part of you. It is chosen and repeated constantly each time you practise until it is realized.

Psychological Correlates

Our brain emits different types of wave patterns while we drift from one state of mind to the other. Mapping these waves through specific instruments has been a milestone in the studies conducted in several places. This has made more and more scientific brains interested and attracted towards exploring and researching the probable implications of Yoga Nidra as a tool to overcome several issues that modern civilization is struggling with.

The table below shows a scientific explanatory values for the states of consciousness and the values for brain waves emitted in each of these states. Also mentioned is the correlated field of experiencing with each state.

No. State of consciousness Psychological name Brainwave pattern Experience
1 Awake Conscious mind Beta

 

(13-20 cps)

Sensory awareness, external knowledge
2 Yoga Nidra Border line between awake and sleep Alpha

 

(8-12 cps)

Deep relaxation, conscious dreaming
3 Dreaming sleeping Subconscious mind Theta

 

(4 – 7 cps)

Release of emotions, fears and desires
4 Deep sleep Unconscious mind Delta

 

(0-4 cps)

Awakening of instincts and primitive drives

The popular format of Yoga Nidra was designed by Shri Swami Satyananda Saraswti, the founder of one of the most authentic and popular institution of yoga study in our times called Bihar School of Yoga. He was a realized yogi who reformed many concepts and principles of yoga so as to be understood by the modern mind easily.

For more information on the technique and practice of yoga nidra, we will soon publish another post with further details.

Kind regards
Acharya vinay

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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.
I am currently using 3 different coaches, for different areas of my life, and on top of that I'm enrolled in a handful of Masterminds, to ensure my vibe and energetic minimums don't slip back to the comfort and complacency that my ego enjoys. My support is a critical investment, because procrastination, overwhelm and fear cost more than quality mentorship ever could. 
And yesterday I had a discovery call with another coach. 
 
I never turn down the opportunity to chat, because I don't believe in coincidence. If we fall into each other's orbit, there will be a reason, and I know I can trust my body to make the right decision. If it's a no, it's a no, and we're all professionals here - there'll be no hard feelings. 
 
BUT.. a yes often feels much worse than a no. And since I experienced the most uncomfortable yes of my life yesterday, I thought it would be worth a public post. Because a common misconception I've found, is that people think growth and progress looks like skipping through a tulip field while your PayPal notifications 'bing!' melodiously. 
 
In reality, it looks like your vagus nerve has been plucked like a guitar string, and you're wondering if there's time to exit the Zoom call before you vomit on the screen.
 
In the discovery call, we discussed some things that need work around attachment theory, complimentary energies, and expansion. Now, all of these things are constantly being worked on, but from different angles and viewpoints. And this particular coach brought a completely new perspective to the mix. One that would require an unprecedented level of bravery and release.
 
How did I know that this was going to be pivotal input that was worth the investment? 
I got sick. I got really sick. We reached the part of the discussion where it was time to choose between moving forward or falling back into what I knew, and my entire survival system went haywire. I had a vagal response, my head was aching, I was dizzy and I needed to breathe through some fairly intense nausea.
 
And here's why that was the best thing EVER:
 
I was not under threat. There were no tigers in my office at that time. No murderers at the door, no building on fire. 
And yet my system responded as though we were gunna die. Which means someone is... and it's not me. 
 
So who was it? 
 
Short answer: my story. My current understanding of who I am and what I'm capable of.
 
Our identities are made up of our survival meanings, our coping mechanisms and our experiences. It incorporates our models of reality, our emotional homes and our value and belief systems. As far as the nervous system is concerned, a threat to your identity is a threat to your life. This is why it's so uncomfortable to have your perceptions about what's possible rejected or corrected.
Case in point: If you've struggled with money your whole life, how much do you enjoy someone telling you that money is everywhere and super easy to receive, even without work? 
I bet some part of you wants to punt that person into the next neighbourhood.
 
Well, imagine that response on steroids. Imagine someone simultaneously questioned EVERYTHING about you and your world.
 
That's what I experienced, and that's why I needed to say yes. 
 
Not in the moment, mind. In the moment I couldn't tell if I needed to cry or find a bathroom. So I went and had the fit, and then I reached out again to confirm the contract. 
 
Your new life will cost you your old one. When you're standing at the edge, and it's time to drop the old weight that will enable you to climb to the next level, do you hold on to what you know? Or release and climb?
 
Our decisions in these moments shape our future. Drop me a comment and tell me what kind of decisions you're making in 2019 😊
 
Best,
Sarah xo

 

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Even though the holidays are a few weeks behind us, you may still be experiencing the side effects of all the celebrations including feeling heavy, bloated and stuffed. 

These 6 simple, delicious, inexpensive and easily accessible superfoods will help you bounce back and feel better right away. 

Ok, so what are those debloating superstars? 

 

Parsley

Parsley is one of the best foods to help support and detoxify the liver. Compounds in parsley can help kill some bad bacteria and cause the liver to secrete bile, which is the key player in breaking down fat. 

 

Add freshly chopped parsley to smoothies, soups, salads, sauces, dips, dressings and sprinkle on food before serving. 

 

Fennel

Fennel is a miracle debloater. Fennel tea is my favorite beverage to drink on the first day of my period. It not only reduces bloating, fennel acts as an antispasmodic, relieving cramping. I also love fennel essential oil. I rub it in my abdomen when I feel bloated and always carry it with me when I fly or travel.

 

To make a refreshing and highly effective debloating tonic combine hot fennel tea with fresh ginger slices (let it steep for at least 15 minutes) and freshly squeezed lemon juice. 

 

 

Lemon 

Quercetin in lemons is a potent anti-inflammatory agent. Lemons also help to detoxify the liver and that's why I always recommend my clients to start their day with warm water with lemon to help move things along. 

 

Besides lemon water, my favorite use of lemons is to squeeze them over steamed broccoli. 

 

 

Cucumbers

 

Cucumbers are 95% water which makes them an ideal hydrating and cooling food. They are anti-inflammatory, low in calories and high in fiber making them a wonderful choice for digestive health. 

 

If you don't enjoy cucumbers in your salads or as a snack, you can easily blend them into a smoothie. 

 

 

 

Mint 

Mint has been one of the most well-knows plants that help support a healthy digestive tract. There is nothing better than a hot cup of mint tea to settle the stomach after a heavy meal or even food poisoning. Research that shows mint may help relieve IBS by soothing pain from inflammation in the GI tract. 

 

Mint can be enjoyed in teas but also added to salads and smoothies. It adds a great boost of flavor. 

 

 

 

Ginger 

 

Ginger is another old remedy that acts as a potent anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea and a root that supports digestion of foods. Ginger essential oil is another oil I use on the first day of my period. It helps with stomach discomfort and cramps. Besides rubbing it into my abdomen I make tea with it from fresh ginger slices (and fennel, and lemon). 

 

 

Want to make a debloating smoothie? Here's my favorite recipe. 

 

 

Additional tips to help with bloating: 

 

  • Increase your water intake (aim for half of your body weight in oz). 

  • Remove any fizzy drinks from your diet (including zero calorie ones). 

  • Avoid any sugar alcohols (they can be found in most protein supplements, protein bars, protein shakes and low calorie/low sugar foods). 

  • Monitor your fiber intake - too much or too little can be as troublesome. Aim for about 25 g of fiber per day. 

  • Reduce sodium intake (high sodium diet causes water retention and increases blood pressure). 

  • Exercise regularly. 

  • Eat slowly and mindfully, chewing your food thoroughly before swallowing. 

 

Did you enjoy this article? Make sure you share it with friends and family members who can benefit from reading it. 

Do you have any questions? You can email me here

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Reposted Ken Keegans's article.

As the HU Community continues to grow, we are constantly working to develop apps that will help our members connect, collaborate and grow.

To this end, we are excited to announce the launch of our new Banners app.  This new feature allows members to post ads to promote their practice, products, services or events.  Although Banners can only be posted by members, they can be seen by both members and non-members.

Although we recommend the default Banner type, which is image based, you also have the option to post a text Banner (the size for both is 400x120dpi). 

In order to post your own Banner, simply click on your profile picture, located in the top right corner of your screen, and then scroll down the pop-up window and select Banners.

When listing a new Banner, select Image or Text (again, we recommend Image).  Then select how you want the Banner to run:

  • Number of days
  • Number of page impressions
  • Number of clicks

In the “Days” field, enter the number of days, impressions or clicks you want to purchase.  You can start the Banner display immediately, or at a future date.

In the URL field, enter the web address where you want users directed when they click on your Banner.  You can direct them to an existing web page, or to a “Lead Page” if you want to track a specific promotion.  If you need help publishing a “Lead Page”, simply send an email to support@holisticunited.com with “Lead Page” as the Subject line.

Now upload the image that you want displayed for your Banner. Once you have published your Banner you can view the Banner analytics by clicking on the ‘info’ icon (located on the top right corner of your Banner), you will be able to see the total number of days, impressions and clicks for your Banner.  If you do prefer to post a Text Banner, you will also be required to enter a Caption (or title).

If you have any questions, send an email to support@holisticunited.com with “Banners” as the Subject line.

 

 

 

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A short time ago I was driving across town and thinking about my kids. They are all grown up now and have moved away. Their lives are in full swing with jobs, babies and the obligations that are a natural result of living. I was thinking about how much I miss them and yet how lucky we were that the kids were leading happy successful lives, each in their own way. The sadness I felt at that moment reduced me to tears.

Life is funny, isn’t it? I can vividly remember those days when my husband and I were in the middle of raising our kids and juggling careers. Even a few moments of peace and quiet were dreamed of and coveted. How often I found myself wishing if I could only have a day to myself without any demands or expectations from anybody, what sheer bliss that would be.

It only feels like it was yesterday.

Now my husband and I have all the time in the world. We talk and reminisce about those days and how we worried about their welfare and the mortgage at the same time. Hoping and praying that it would all work out. Wondering out loud if we would get them successfully launched out into the world.

That’s when it dawned on me intuitively, we were no longer relevant to our children. They were doing exactly what they should be doing. They are living their lives and raising a family. We have faded into the background.

I felt guilty then. I should be happy that the kids are happy, right?

Yes and no.

Truth be told I miss the chaos. I miss the flap of running around and keeping the household on schedule, meals, homework, programs and activities. I miss the noise of having the kids and all their friends dropping in. I miss waking up on the weekends and making a million pancakes for all the kids that slept over. Believe me, there were a lot of kids. I miss sitting together at dinner laughing, sometimes arguing, my husband helping the kids with homework, while I cleaned up. The silence around the house has become deafening.

It dawned on me then that we had done the same thing to our parents. We became so busy living that we forgot about them. Now I understood my mother-in-law insistence that we come for a visit once a month. It annoyed me because it was just one more thing added to the list, but we respected her wishes. My parents, on the other hand, never called or asked for anything. That annoyed me too. It made me feel as though we didn’t matter anymore. What I didn’t understand was that they too were struggling with this same awareness of no longer being relevant to us.

That really dropped deep into my soul.

A few weeks ago, I was sharing this little insight with a friend when she mentioned that she was going through the same thing. She had written a poem about it. She has very graciously agreed to share it in my article. You will find it below.

These little emotional vignettes we go through are breakthroughs in conscious awareness. They are important. Yes, they are painful but just think how it changes your perspective of things.

On the one hand, I believe it is important to let our children go. They have to grow up sometime and it should be on your watch.  On the other hand, I had someone say to me once that her children had the audacity to do exactly what she expected of them. They grew up and became independent. We laughed for a long time about that. It makes you feel pissed off and happy at the same time, doesn’t it?

Having said that, however, I am of the opinion that it wouldn’t hurt for the little cherubs to call home once in a while. I tell my kids we won’t call you, but it would be nice if you called us every few weeks to make sure we are still alive. I think that is fair and so far, that seems to be working.

Maybe it is time for you to give your parents a call. Say thank you and let them know that they still matter. Your children are listening.

 

Becoming Irrelevant

By Margo Kendall

They don’t tell you about

this part of motherhood-

The part where you become totally irrelevant

To your children.

 

You stop waiting for the calls

and invitations

that have stopped coming.

Their lives are busy –

hunting and gathering so that

more stuff can accumulate

more courses taken

more trips enjoyed.

Their lives are busy and exhausting

with kids and jobs and just living –

there is no time

for coffee with mom

or long chats over dinner.

 

Their absence in your life

is so, so painful –

But what is there to say?

If their time is not

a gift freely given

why would you want

to be pencilled in

to their busy schedules?

 

Let it go

Let them go

Your role as mother is well and truly over.

Love them from afar-

Send them wished for

health and happiness

and know that

when they are old

and if they become irrelevant

They will finally understand…your silence.

 

Atherton Drenth is a clairvoyant medical intuitive and the author of Intuitive Dance. Building, Protecting & Clearing Your Energy, (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Following Body Wisdom. Atherton also appears in the documentary, Voyage to Betterment as one of 12 experts along with other internationally renowned physicians, researchers, and pioneers in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.
www.athertondrenth.com

www.paradigmcentre.com

 

 

 

 

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Reposted Rose's post.

Now is a crucial time as ever for us to remain present. There are things moving in the under current that are shifting our paradigm as we are bombarded with distractions of the our everyday lives and world activities. 

Stay attuned and connected. Keep your focus on what is beyond the physical and allow the real truths do it's work within us all. Things only intensify from here.

We're all in this together. 

Blessings. ❤️

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Reposted Ben Pianese's post.

People often experience back pain in different ways. Some people may just have stiffness in their back, while other people will have stabbing pain. Back pain isn’t pleasant, but these tips will get you feeling better sooner.



Your mattress can make all the difference when you are dealing with back pain. The average person spends nearly a third of each day in bed. Unfortunately, you day will include unnecessary back pain if your mattress fails to adequately support your back. Use a medium-firm mattress and proper supporting pillows for the neck.


If you can afford it, one of the best methods to get rid of back pain is to actually seek professional physical therapy. Even if your local hospital doesn’t offer therapy onsite, someone there can provide guidance for finding qualified professionals. It might be costly, but it definitely will help you in the long run.

One good way to prevent back pain from ever appearing is to get sufficient amounts of vitamin C and calcium. Your bones will be depleted if you lack these nutrients. When this happens, the result is deterioration, and this can quickly turn into back pain. Vitamin supplements and foods that are rich in calcium should be eaten. Getting a bit of sunlight on a regular basis is also a good idea. Your back will feel much better as a result.

Be aware of your posture and the position you hold as you sit. Your back should always be straight, and your feet must be placed flat on the floor with one foot a few inches behind the other. As you type on your keyboard, your elbows should be positioned at your sides. Avoid looking downwards at your computer screen or craning your neck for a better view.


It seems that everybody suffers some sort of back pain sooner or later. Many think that the pain is triggered by something that occurs right before the pain, or by one singular event. It can actually be an accumulation of smaller injuries that will finally result in a painful back.


If you experience back pain try to lay down on your back with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle. This is the best position to release the pressure in your back. However, whatever position is most comfortable for you is probably best, as long as you are not twisting your spine.

If you have to sit for prolonged periods of time, for example at the movies or on an airplane, sit with your leg crossed. If you cross your legs, it will put your back and hip muscles to use, and if you keep them moving you will prevent pain. Be sure to alternate your leg crossing, so you use the muscles on both sides of your body.


Find a good massage therapist who can stop the pain in your back from becoming more serious. Many areas of daily life can place a great deal of stress and strain on our backs. A good massage can help your back pain so it’s a great long-term investment.


Whenever you are lifting, even lighter items that do not require much strength, bend your knees to utilize leg muscles and not your back. If you pick heavy items up the wrong way, you can have a lot of back problems. Lifting should always be done properly, by using your knees and core muscles as much as possible and lifting heavy items as close to your body as possible.


An aching or injured back can be quite a serious problem. If you don’t get it taken care of, back pain can cause a disability that lasts for a long time. Back pain is hard to get over, which is why it is so crucial to prevent it. If you do have back pain, it is important to know the different ways to treat and cope with it. This article will offer you many helpful ways to treat back pain, as well as useful methods of prevention.

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Insufficient protein intake is something I see very often in my clients who work out 4-5 hours per week, especially women in their 40's and 50's. 

It is also one of the main reasons why they often don't see results while working out more than ever before. 

As we age our energy requirement decreases, however protein requirement increases. It is very important to get at least 100 g of protein per day (if you weight at least 120 lbs) when you strength train at least 3 hours per week (especially on those workout days) or if you are over 60 years old. 

From my experience, 100 g can be quite overwhelming at first, especially once you find out that nuts, beans or grains such as quinoa are not really significant sources of protein. 

 

So how does eating 100 g of protein per day looks like? 

 

Breakfasts ideas (27-30 g of protein) 

  • 2 eggs plus 2 egg whites (24 g) + slice of Ezekiel bread (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2g) 

  • 6 oz greek yogurt (18-20 g) + 1 TBS peanut butter (7g) + 1 cup berries (1g) 

  • 1 cup cottage cheese (25-28g) + 1 cup berries or 1 cup sliced banana (1 g) + 0.5 oz pumpkin seeds (4g)

  • protein shake made with protein powder (25-28g) + cup of berries (1g) + 2 cups of raw spinach (1.5g) 

  • 2 eggs (12g) + 2 slices of Ezekiel bread (8g) + 1 oz nitrate-free turkey (8 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g)  

  • VEGAN: 1 cup lentils (18 g) + 1/2 cup green peas (4 g) + 1 cup mushrooms (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g) 

 

Read more HERE 

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Reposted Ken Keegans's article.

Meet Sarah Reilly, Life Coach

 

HU:   What inspires you?

Answer:  People who’ve overcome really rough starts and used what they went through to make the world a better place.

 

HU:  What is your biggest achievement to date (personal or professional)?

Answer:  The work I’ve done with coaching clients, is by far the most important and rewarding thing I’ve experienced. Using NLP techniques to disconnect things that were causing people terrible stress and unhappiness, ‘rewiring’ people so that they can live their dreams and achieve ‘bucket list’ items… it’s just been a thrilling couple of years.

 

HU:  What does a typical day look like for you?

Answer:  Firstly, a cup of tea and some time to wake up properly.  I have a morning routine that sets me up for the day, and then I typically coach between 10 and 5, Monday to Friday. Sometimes I start a little earlier or finish a little later to accommodate international clients that are on difficult timezones. I also do a couple of Saturday sessions for those clients who still work weekdays. All of this fits around my travel schedule which is hectic by most people’s standards: I’ve been without a residence for over 2yrs now.

In the first half of winter I only coach in the afternoon, because I snowboard in the mornings, and in the second half I switch it around to work around freeze-thaws. I find spring-riding conditions slushier and more fun in the afternoon, and because the days are getting longer I want to be around for apres-ski ;)

 

HU:  What is your favorite current project and why?

Answer:  Myself and my management team will be kicking off pre-production for my 2019 group programs and courses that launch in May. I absolutely adore working with them – they’re the most competent professionals you’ll ever find in the tech world, and they’re truly lovely people to boot.

 

HU:  If you could switch jobs with someone, who would it be and why?

Answer:  Tony Robbins. I trained through his school and the work he does in the world is just phenomenal.

 

HU:  What are your biggest professional challenges?

Answer:  When I can see what’s possible for someone, but they’re not ready to take the first leap. I fully respect each individual’s ‘divine timing’, but it’s still heartbreaking when someone is operating as though we have unlimited time, or as though they’re not worth the investment.

 

HU:  What’s the most rewarding aspect about your career?

Answer:  The results. People finally living their dreams is the most joyous thing to be a part of.

 

HU:  What is your motto or personal mantra?

Answer:  ‘Fear isn’t a barrier, it’s a compass.’

 

HU:  How do you maintain a healthy work/life balance?

Answer:  I think ‘balance’ is a weak goal. I would always encourage people to pursue something they’re so passionate about that it puts them in flow state. That way ‘working’ is something that empowers and energizes them. Spending 40hrs a week doing something you hate puts tremendous stress on the body. If you need to ‘recover’ from work e.g. with vacations and weekends full of inactivity, you’re in the wrong job.

 

HU:  What is the greatest obstacle you have overcome?

Answer:  CPTSD, and deep, ingrained self-hatred.

 

HU:  What do you hope to share with the HU community?

Answer:  My help. Moving people forward is my obsession. I’m always available for a virtual coffee and to show you what’s possible.

 

HU:  What do you hope to learn/gain from the HU community?

Answer:  Tribe, education and inspiration

Learn more about Sarah Reilly, here.

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