Pure Energy Rx - Vibrant Living Newsletter
April 11, 2008 RELEASED TWICE MONTHLY Issue No. 97

Hello, Vibrant Reader!

spring flowers As it has finally warmed up here in Western Oregon, all the flowers seemed to literally POP out. All that beauty had been just waiting inside of brown, dull stems, and short green stubs the whole winter, and suddently, WHA-LA! Exquisite beauty. It is such a metaphor for our own being, and how it is so easy to see our lives in the context of winter. We know the beautiful blooms of being are within us, yet so often the blooming part escapes us. It's usually some "reason" we can't just "do it," that is held in place by some incorrect belief.

This leads me to mention Dr. Keith Ablow. I loved his TV show that was on for one season in the early afternoon, and although the show is no longer being broadcast, he has moved his enlightened form of psychotherapy to the Web at livingthetruth.com. One area of the website was particularly meaningful to me, about what he calls "shields." He says, "Shield strategies are counterproductive behaviors we engage in to distract ourselves from complicated chapters of our life stories. When you use one or more shield strategies you are needlessly running away from truths about your life experiences that, once accepted, will free you to create the life you deserve."

Some examples he gives of shields are, overeating, overspending, obsessing over a romantic relationship, constantly arguing with loved ones, obsessing over dieting, and several more. In order for these behaviors to continue there has to be some sort of justifying mechanism or denial in place.

To break the shield, the first step is, of course, realizing that it is there. Then, simply resist it. This gives you insight into the extent of the shield and valuable information on how to lower it, and then manage it. Great stuff!

Until next time...

In vibrant health,

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Shay Arave
Pure Energy Rx


7 Easy Tips for Better Sleep...
sleeping 60 Minutes' reporter, Leslie Stahl, talked with sleep researchers from across the United States. Here are the latest findings about the effects of sleep, or the lack of it: You can die from sleep deprivation, just like you can die from being deprived of food. Sleep can actually enhance your memories. A single night of sleeping just four, five or even six hours can impact your ability to think clearly. Sleep deprivation can cause changes in your brain activity similar to those experienced by people with psychiatric disorders. Sleep deprivation puts your body into a pre-diabetic state, and makes you feel hungry, even if you've already eaten.

Here's what you can do to get the shut-eye you need...

  • Avoid before-bed snacks, particularly grains and sugars. This will raise blood sugar and inhibit sleep. Later, when blood sugar drops too low (hypoglycemia), you might wake up and not be able to fall back asleep.
  • Sleep in complete darkness or as close as possible. If there is even the tiniest bit of light in your room it can disrupt your circadian rhythm and your pineal gland's production of melatonin and serotonin.
  • No TV right before bed. Even better, get the TV out of the bedroom or even out of the house, completely. It is too stimulating to your brain and it will take longer to fall asleep.
  • Wear socks to bed. Due to the fact that they have the poorest circulation, your feet often feel cold before the rest of your body. A study has shown that wearing socks reduces night wakings
  • Get to bed as early as possible. Our systems, particularly our adrenals, do a majority of their recharging or recovering during the hours of 11PM and 1AM.
  • Keep the temperature in the bedroom no higher than 70 degrees F. Many people keep their homes and particularly the upstairs bedrooms too hot.
  • Eat a high-protein snack several hours before bed. This can provide the L-tryptophan need to produce melatonin and serotonin.

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Manifest with Motion: Taking the Grind out of Work
Charly Emery Our resident Life Coach and Synergy Specialist, Charly Emery looks at how we often see our goals in the harsh light of how much work there is to do. Maybe our lens is skewed because of wrong thinking about what "work" actually is. That wrong thinking can make your goals seem much harder to attain than they need to be. Charly says, "There is a work element within everything we do; adjusting your perspective to optimize your relationship to work can be invaluable in helping you manifest what you desire in all areas of your life. With phrases like, 'Climbing the ladder to success,' and, 'Anything worthwhile requires hard work,' it's no wonder we assume creating any kind of positive change and success in our lives could be difficult and cumbersome." >>>> MORE

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Modern-day quantum physics has begun to scientifically explain these ancient practices, and new technologies are now available as a result. Quantum physics refers to this life energy, or "chi," as SUBTLE ENERGY. Without having to get too technical, the laws of quantum physics allow that life energy can be transferred from one substance to another. This is where the Life Energy Super Pack comes in... >>>> MORE INFO

Body, mind, spirit news...

  • Yoga helps older women balance and stand taller
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Elderly women showed measurable improvements in their walking speed and balance after a nine-week yoga program -- and they gained a centimeter in height, on average, Philadelphia researchers report...
  • Childhood mental health may affect adult work life
    In a study of more than 8,000 British adults followed since birth in 1958, researchers found that those who had shown "internalizing behaviors" as children--such as excessive sadness, anxiety or withdrawal--were more likely to end up with a stressful working life...
  • Alligator blood may put the bite on antibiotic-resistant infections
    Despite their reputation for deadly attacks on humans and pets, alligators are wiggling their way toward a new role as potential lifesavers in medicine. Proteins in gator blood may provide a source of powerful new antibiotics to help fight infections associated with diabetic ulcers, severe burns, and "superbugs" that are resistant to conventional medication...
  • Single virus gene may cause obesity
    If obesity seems to be spreading like a virus, that could be because it is. We're now closer to understanding how adenovirus-36 (Ad-36), thought to be responsible for some cases of obesity, causes fat cells to grow...
  • Riding the Pleasure Wave Home
    There's a Wave of Pure God Pleasure moving through All creation. It's inspiring the increasing interest in spirituality. It's bringing all our issues and fears up to be healed so that more of the pleasuring Flow of Life may freely manifest a whole new, ascended way of living through us...
  • A new look at all the diet plans
    You think you've tried all the diets? Check out this great resource from WebMD, and get their facts about all the latest diet formulas...
  • Vitamin E Supplements Linked to Lung Cancer
    A study of 77,000 people found consuming 400 milligrams of vitamin E per day increased cancer risk by 28 percent. Smokers were at particular risk...
  • New Information on the Science of Sleep
    Human beings sleep through one-third of their lives, yet why we sleep is one of the biggest unanswered questions of science. In the fascinating article from 60 Minutes, linked below, Lesley Stahl explores all of the latest scientific findings about the reasons for--and functions of--sleep...

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