May 19, 2020

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Mindfulness 3 Week Virtual Group Repatterning Series

Mindfulness is a way to bring attention and compassion to your thoughts, feelings, words, and actions. Stressful times like these create the need to learn how to activate peace and calm within. It is for this purpose that the 3 Week Mindfulness Series has been created.

This three (3) session program will focus on working with your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual response to life. Each 60-minute teleconference session with recording will include a repatterning process, meditation, and personal growth activities for you to take into your life to create new patterns for mindfulness and well-being.

This 3-week mindfulness process works with the principle that a habit takes hold when you practice for at least 21 days. This process will build new neural pathways that will allow you to experience a point of choice with your thoughts, beliefs, feeling responses and actions. This means that you can move from self-limiting to self-caring choices more consistently through working with resonating with building a Point of Choice, Patience, Pacing, and Perseverance. What better time to bring these qualities into your life!

Benefits of this 3 Week Mindfulness Series

Research shows that mindfulness and meditation practices have a positive effect on your wellness and well-being. Wellness benefits include stress reduction, an increase in working memory, a decrease in depression, post-traumatic stress, and hypertension, and other cardiovascular diseases. Mindfulness research also shows positive results in affecting inflammation, immune system functioning, and cellular aging. Well-being benefits include greater awareness, ability to self-regulate, ability to improve your outlook on life, resilience, and choice in where you focus your attention and energy in how you respond to life.

This 21-Day Mindfulness Repatterning Series will allow you to:

  • Resonate with spiraling up with a Point of Choice when you experience self-limiting thoughts or emotions so you can choose how you respond in the present moment from a place of love, self-compassion, and discernment.
  • Create long-term mindfulness practices that allow patience to give you ways to transform self-limiting thoughts, emotions, or sensations so you can be more present to your life right now.
  • Give yourself permission to pace yourself through your day while bringing loving-kindness to your experience, and let go of what does not serve you.
  • Free yourself from your inner critic so you can persevere and resonate with your “why” to create motivation and momentum for your positive intentions both for your short-term and long-term goals
  • Use guided meditations and activities to create a weekly plan for actions to build mindfulness habits into your life for good!
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Take Part in this 21 Day Mindfulness Repatterning Series

This is your personal invitation to take part in this (3) part program beginning on May 30, 2020. Each session will take place on a Saturday at 10 AM Pacific Time with the following dates: May 30, June 6 and June 13, 2020 with a complimentary Summer Solstice session included on June 20, 2020.

To begin the process, you will receive one questionnaire to begin the process before the Mindfulness sessions begin. The program will include teleconferences, recordings with all of the activities and materials to use at home after each session to build mindfulness habits into your life. This will include reflections to complete, guided meditations, and resources to build your mindfulness skills.

A group repatterning is usually $32.00, however, there is a special discount and bonus for this 3 part program. As a bonus, you will also receive the Summer Solstice Repatterning with a combination of a repatterning to enhance your body-mind system and Expressive Therapy process on June 20, 2020. Start your summer with beneficial heart coherence to create life-enhancing energy for your body-mind system.

This means that you will be saving a total of $53.00 for all of these (4) online group sessions when you register for this virtual teleconference mindfulness series. You can attend the teleconferences LIVE or listen to the recordings after each session at your own leisure in your own home to create beneficial mindfulness habits you can use for this time and the rest of your life!

Register for 3 Week Mindfulness Series Here

Use the link below to register for this 3 Week Building Mindfulness Series.*

3 Week Repatterning Series

*After you register, you will receive an email to confirm your registration so that you can receive all of the information for this 3 Week Mindfulness Series and Summer Solstice Repatterning.

Kimberly Rex, MS
Kimberly Rex, MS

Kimberly Rex, MS is an Advanced Resonance Repatterning practitioner, Person-Centered Expressive Therapist and Wellness and Well-being Life Coach. She works with people all over the world by phone, Skype, in-person and proxy to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being!

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Apr 30, 2020

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Mindfulness and the PPE’s for Your Well-being

  PPE’s, personal protective equipment, is vital to your personal physical safety and wellness. Mindfulness as a PPE for your well-being is equally important in the process.

 How you experience what is going on in the world is happening inside of you. Emotional overwhelm during this time requires PPE’s for Personal Protective Energy. 

  Managing your inner experience through mindfulness with the qualities of perseverance, persistence, patience, and pacing benefits the quality of your life Energy.

  This happens with intention, awareness, practice, and reflection dedicated to creating greater harmony and balance within.*

Perseverance is defined as an effort to weather difficulties and to not give up. Persistence is defined as continuing a task in spite of difficulty until you finally achieve your goal. In this time, both are necessary in order to reach wellness and well-being for all of us. It will take sustained effort over time for ourselves, health workers, family, friends, community, and the planet.

Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom. ~Viktor E. Frankl

PPE’s for Point of Choice

In the midst of difficulties, you can focus on what is negative, or choose to the degree it is possible on what will bring love and care to your body, mind, and spirit. Through mindfulness, you can shift your attention to what you want to experience in your environment. As an example, you can ask yourself, “Does this contribute to creating love or peace of mind, or will this amplify my suffering, anxiety, and fear?The point of choice allows you to choose more calm and stability in your own life, and this also benefits the lives of others.

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PPE’s for Patience, Persistence and Perseverance

Patience is defined as bearing of provocation, annoyance, misfortune, or pain, without complaint, loss of temper, or irritation. Impatience is bargaining with time and limitation.

This time of not knowing what is coming next in isolation or quarantine rouses negative thoughts and beliefs of fear and limitation. These thoughts can feel depleting, frustrating, and unbearable.

You can take on the experience of being put in time out to sit out from your life. Or, you can actually use this time as a calm down and find meaning for your life.

Choosing perseverance and pacing, even stillness changes your ability to experience life more directly and offers the opportunity to create more mindfulness to take in what is life-enhancing to build greater integrity in your wellness and well-being.

Several years ago when I was going to a difficult time processing the death of my brother while also being in the middle of a divorce, a dear friend advised me to just stay in the present moment. “If you are peeling a potato, just focus on peeling the potato,” she said. “I’m peeling the potato, I’m peeling the potato.” Doing so, allowed me some peace and allowed a space for calm and clear thinking in the midst of overwhelming feelings, thoughts, and experience.

Focusing on the moment, getting in touch with your breath, and on only what you are doing right now, with the sounds, the light, the color of what you are touching allows you to move from racing thoughts of worry, fear, and anxiety to a greater sense of presence.

The parable in this video speaks to building a foundation for greater calm and peace of mind within. This allows you to be in the present moment with whatever challenge or situation is happening in your life so you can choose your thoughts, emotions, and how to best respond.

PPE’s for Pacing

While pacing can be a movement back and forth from worry, over-thinking, waiting, and exasperation, it can also be a way to build endurance over time by allowing yourself to do and resonate with being and doing enough in a time where the world presents the picture of competition, consumerism and the message of not being or having enough on many fronts.

The point of choice for pacing is slowing down, breaking tasks into manageable parts, focusing your attention on what you are doing right now, asking for help when you need it, taking breaks, and prioritizing what needs to be done. and in what order.

Patience like a flower is dormant for awhile, then blooms to give us reason to weather one more mile.” ~Kimberly Rex

There are few templates for this possibility in the modern world. Living life in the fast lane makes it difficult to stop and get in touch with what is going on inside where a minute is all you have to process any part of your life.

In cleaning out a box recently, I found letters I wrote to dear friends prior to email. The letters were hand-written and filled with sharing from a personal level that today is often not possible in a text or email.

I discovered poems written for friends, loves, family members, and pets processing emotions of joy, grief, love in stages of my life through my emotional body translated to paper that expressed the inner landscape of what was alive in me at the time. Being in touch with what is alive in us today is an essential way to work with mindfulness.

Mindfulness practices that build on observation, self-regulation, and positive self-talk allow you to better manage your thoughts, emotions, and responses, especially in stressful times. This allows you to restore and build from your center to deliberately choose what you would like to experience in your body-mind system.

Taking time to nourish your body. mind and spirit with healthy foods, practices, and communication are vital to truly connect within, to nature, nurture, and life with mindful pacing.

How can you bring these qualities of mindfulness into your life more consistently in these times? How do you get in touch with what is happening within so you can heal and nourish the parts of yourself that feel overwhelmed, frightened, or depressed? How do you acknowledge and work with run-away thoughts and negative self-talk?

PPE’s for Your Life Energy

The quality of your life is vitally important in any time related to your personal health, wellness, and well-being. Your life energy is your vital essence. What you do to strengthen and protect your life energy is essential reflected in the ways you choose life-enhancing or depleting thoughts, beliefs, attitudes, and actions.

What you learn during this time can be transformational in how you live your life from this day forward. What you bring to the table in your life today can create mindfulness PPE’s for well-being that builds integrity in your wellness and well-being now and the rest of your life.

*Take Part in Mindfulness PPE’s for Well-being Mindfulness Program

This is your personal invitation to benefit from Mindfulness PPE’s for your well-being in your life so you can apply these skills to the present moment in any situation and into the future.

Learn more about the 3-Week Mindfulness Virtual Program with details, benefits, and registration starting this month here.

Kimberly Rex, MS
Kimberly Rex, MS

Kimberly Rex, MS is an Advanced Resonance Repatterning Practitioner, Person-Centered Expressive Therapist, and Wellness and Well-being Personal Life Coach. She works with clients all over the world by phone and Skype with sessions and programs that create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being.

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Apr 7, 2020

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Special 30-Minute Virtual Meridian Repatterning

During the Coronavirus Outbreak, Windows to the Heart Repatterning is offering Special 30-minute Meridian Repatterning Virtual Sessions by phone, Skype, and proxy to quickly get to the heart of what you need to experience a greater sense of calm, ease and well-being during this stressful time. These sessions give you an economical way to create greater stability and well-being in your life when you need it most.

You are designed for success and self-healing. Your Meridian pathways carry energy to every part of your body-mind system. These channels can create greater harmony and balance when you feel anxiety, fear, worry, anger, frustration, or depression. When you feel overwhelmed and stuck with these negative emotions, optimizing the flow of these pathways to restore positive life energy to your thinking, life energy and sense of well-being.

Meridian System
Meridian System photo from Wikipedia.org

In Chinese Medicine, acupuncture or acupressure work with distinct places on these pathways to energize, purify, or add calm to these life-enhancing pathways. This creates a beneficial flow of energy where your energy has been interrupted or blocked by stress, injury, or life-depleting experiences.

Your body is a map of your life’s experiences. Each session is individualized to your needs. This can be done by phone, Skype, or proxy during this time. Your Nervous System reports through every muscle, tissue, organ, and gland in the body to access information stored within your body-mind system.

How to Experience a 30-Minute Meridian Repatterning

A 30-Minute Meridian Repatterning Virtual Session is a great way to experience a tune-up during this stressful time. Whether you wish to address relationship, wellness, stress, grief, business or an overall sense of well-being, this Resonance Repatterning® session offers extraordinary outcomes for new possibilities and positive change.

This is your invitation to experience a 30-Minute Meridian Repatterning Virtual Session to restore more optimal energy flow to your Meridian System. This process will work with acupressure points (no needles involved) virtually to allow you to experience a greater sense of ease, balance, and calm.

Register for your 30-Minute Meridian Repatterning session below.

30-Minute Meridian Repatterning

We’ll set up your appointment by phone, Skype, or proxy that works based on your time zone. After you register, your session begins with a brief questionnaire to identify your needs and underlying issues to guide the process. After your session, you will receive an email with positive actions to take into your life to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being.

Find out more about how virtual sessions work here.

Kimberly Rex, MS
Kimberly Rex, MS

Kimberly Rex, MS is an Advanced Resonance Repatterning, Person-Centered Expressive Therapist, and Master Wellness and Well-being Life Coach. She works with people all over the world by phone, Skype, in-person and proxy. If you have questions about this process, please send a message on the Contact page.

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Apr 5, 2020

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4 Ways to Connect to Love in These Times

Connecting to love in these times of staying at home with social distancing and isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, I have found more time to ruminate about what has been going on in the background of my mind. Hearing about the death of loved ones, healthcare, EMT workers, and nursing home patients widens the gap of separation while longing to somehow know how to offer love and compassion.

This article gives you 4 ways to connect to love in these times. This time touches places of anxiety, loss, and grief you have experienced in your life in the past. These triggers bring up fear about how to cope with the anxiety, loss, and grief brought on by separation from others in the present.

1. Connect to Love in Yourself and Others

With all that is happening, the journey of love has to start from within. Where have you felt separated from yourself, not felt safe or protected, not able to live your truth, or feel more connected with others? Underneath is the need for mercy, self-love, and compassion.

Connect to Love in Your Heart

2. Connect to Love through Forgiveness

Connecting with the whole of yourself creates greater self-love. This love allows you to connect with greater compassion with the whole of others. Listening to your biofeedback, thoughts, emotions and physical response to what is happening inside of you creates the opportunity for empathy in considering others in the same way.

The 3 Directions of Forgiveness in the Buddhist tradition takes into account the need to be able to free up space in your heart and mind through the process of forgiveness. These three directions include what others have done to you, what you have done to others, and what you have done to yourself.

Forgiving allows you to open to greater awareness and understanding. Others have an influence on your awareness. Your responses are based on your perception of other’s behaviors, words, and actions. This impacts your ability to see the underlying intent and need for connection or boundaries in the situation.

Acknowledging lessons from the past by giving space for grief, anger, and hurt that constricted your life energy creates new possibilities for your thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes to choose new pathways when you put the burden down.

Jack Kornfield and Forgiveness Meditation

3. Connect to Love through Giving Back Responsibility

It can seem incredibly difficult in connecting to resolve traumatic early experiences alone. These parts that have felt unheard or acknowledged need the attention of your adult part and higher self. This means that you are able to respond to these parts within you now that are attempting to protect and manage your emotions of anxiety, fear and confusion from the past in a way that creates support, nurture and mercy in the present.

According to Steven Levine, this is having mercy on ourselves and others through conscious living. In this time where we become are made acutely aware of life and death, it is this work that allows you to expand the space within yourself to allow connection to your Self, your family, friends and loved ones more compassionately.

Part of the forgiveness process includes giving back the responsibility to others who have abused or harmed you. In these cases, you are working with creating compassion for yourself and your unmet needs for protection and safety to transform the negative experience.

In Family Systems, not giving back the responsibility to others for their actions puts you in the arrogant position to the perpetrator making you the big one taking on the responsibility and burden. You were only the little one or perhaps a peer. Giving back responsibility is actually a way to create order in your system. This allows each person to work with their own fate. This gives each person the inner power, dignity, respect, and responsibility to choose how to respond to life in a new way.

So, in these cases, it is vital to acknowledge the responsibility to end the Victim-Perpetrator Cycle. This happens inside of you. You might never receive a literal apology, but, working with the shift in perception of a negative experience to empower you now, changes your life in the present. By no longer carrying the burden, you free up life energy the imprint of abuse, stress response, anxiety, and unease that you carried.

This is where your ability to respond to life in a more authentic and life-enhancing way through choice begins to happen.

4. Connect to Love through Gratitude and Grace

Being separated from loved ones miles away, in nursing homes, or in hospitals, and not knowing when this could or might happen to people we know draws us into the space of grief. It can create a feeling of being powerless. Connection, love, and gratitude is the healing balm. Tell others you care and love them right now to bridge the distance.

Gratitude

Many years ago, in reading Richard Louv’s book,Web of Life: Weaving the Values That Sustain Us, he wrote about sending Gratitude Letters to family members and friends in place of holiday gifts due to lack of money. It is a beautiful idea for any occasion, especially at this time when it is difficult when you might be struggling with finances and not knowing when you will see your loved ones again.

This can also be a time to write a gratitude letter to a loved one who has passed. Your words have meaning in the Unified Field of Consciousness. They also have a loving influence on healing your Family System in the past, present, and future.

Grace Notes: A Living Eulogy TED Talk

Why are eulogies only for the dying? In this funny, touching talk, Andrea Driessen argues that writing your loved ones a “grace note” – a kind of living eulogy – is a potent tool for connection now that also lessens the pain of grief and regret later. Everyone wants to matter, and Andrea’s wish is that we share what matters most with our loved ones while they’re still alive to hear it.

Kimberly Rex, MS
Kimberly Rex, MS

Family Systems is one of the many healing disciplines within the body of Resonance Repatterning® work. If you would like to work with this process to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being, sessions are available by phone, Skype and proxy. Start your process here.

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Mar 19, 2020

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Creating Well-being at Home through the Coronavirus Outbreak

Creating well-being during the coronavirus outbreak can be challenging. Social distancing, self-isolation, and quarantine are necessary to diminish the impact of its reach, however, it can feel frustrating and confusing. Changing your schedule, working, homeschooling, or feeling confined in your living space can push the limits.

Mental health thrives on knowing what to expect and the ability to make things happen. When you feel like you have very few choices and are thrust into survival mode, it’s important to feel like you can choose what you create with your life energy.

This article offers a compilation of suggestions to Calm, Create, Clean, Clear, and Cultivate greater harmony and balance working with your own life energy from your own home.

Be sure to bookmark this page to check all of the links within the article as needed.

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Calm

Make time for quiet and relaxation. Take the time you wouldn’t have in your otherwise busy and hectic life. This is an opportunity to create greater well-being with harmony and balance.

Start by getting a piece of paper and dividing it into sections for “Calm, Create, Clean, Clear, and Cultivate.” You can use this template as a gentle reminder for a daily or weekly checklist to take care of your wellness and well-being. Know that each day is different, and some days you might just need to rest. On these days, you certainly can check off “Calm.”

  • Take time to relax. Get in touch with your breath. Bring yourself into your center when you feel anxious, feel frustrated or afraid.
  • Find an inspirational quote or read from a book of reflections to start your day.
  • Be sure to keep to your sleep schedule. Get off computers and electronics by at least 9 PM and into bed by 11 PM. This will allow you to calm down before sleep, and then detoxify your entire system during the night.
  • Try a Meditation App: here.
  • Try these 6 Acupressure Points to Relieve Anxiety here.
  • Ideas to Relieve Your Anxiety and Overwhelm here.
  • Go outside to sit in your yard or walk in nature if you can go outside. This will be grounding and calm your Nervous System while strengthening your immune system
  • Take in Virtual Nature through listening to videos with waves, beaches, streams, forests, mountains, etc.

Create

  • Place a calendar in a central place to keep everyone in the loop related to how the days and week will go to enhance your sense of well-being. Keep wake up and sleep times consistent. Build-in time for meals, play, movement, work, study, videos, rest and communication. This will go a long way to reduce conflict and create healthy boundaries for what to expect during the day.
  • Designate specific times for home school, study, bath, bedtime, and chores for children. If you need to change your routine, keep others in the loop.
  • Create a list of important contacts related to healthcare professionals, websites for work and school, with family emergency steps, plans for your pets and best practice guidelines for self-isolation and quarantine protocols. Suggestions here.
  • Create time to attend to your finances related to banking, investments, debt and emergency funds.
  • Create time to express yourself. Perhaps some hobby you have can be rejuvenated in a painting, song, story, music, sewing, or a building project you want to start, get back to, or complete.
  • Make your mealtimes creative with time in the kitchen to try new recipes or make family favorites. Focus on nurture when you eat by limiting distractions, eating slowly and appreciating the support healthy food offers you.
  • Plan a garden or start seeds for the spring. Include herbs for cooking, vegetables, fruit that grow well in your region, and flowers that create beautiful, feed pollinators, as well as healing and edible varieties.
  • Keep your priorities with necessary appointments. If you have a doctor’s appointment, counseling, work meeting, or 12-Step Program commitment, communicate by phone or virtual online video and/or audio spaces. Attend a 12 Step Virtual Meetings here.

Clean

  • This is an opportunity to clean out some or all of those drawers, closets, walls, shower curtains, garden beds, surface areas, appliances, behind your doors and spaces where you collect things that need to be sorted or gone through to organize or sanitize. Do not do this all at once. Pace yourself. Let the mantra, “One small thing,” take you from room to room. Breaking projects down into small sizable tasks with built-in success creates motivation and energy for new possibilities in your life.

Clear the clutter in your life.

  • Clear space for what you would like to experience in your life. Take inventory of your negative thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes that keep you from moving forward with greater integrity in action for your wellness and well-being. Get more ideas for pacing yourself here.
  • Clear some of your files, drawers, closets, workspace, notebooks, computer storage space, under your bed, kitchen cabinets, boxes, garage, or attic, etc. of items you no longer need. If you cannot leave your home, assign a space or box to collect items for recycle or disposal in the future.

Cultivate

Cultivate time for yourself and your family in ways that enhance bonding through listening, working out, playing and learning.

  • Make time to talk with family and friends. Check-in with each other to see how you are doing. This can be by phone, FaceTime, Skype, computer webcam or NextDoor.
  • Remember to express love and appreciation in your communications. Keep in touch with ecards, cards in the mail, and check-ins. Stay in touch with elders to find out how they are doing, and find out what they might need to know or have for resources. More protection resources for self-isolation and quarantine here.
  • Spend time with your children listening to them tell you what is going on for them. Play, tell or read stories and sing with them. This will nurture you both, and bring more joy to your experience. Try some At-Home Activities for Children here. Encourage daily creativity with Mo Willem’s daily “Lunch Doodles”.
  • More resources for children here.
  • Strengthen your communication with your partner, children, family, friends and business cohorts more meaningful with non-violent communication resources here.
  • Stretch each day. Movement and exercise support your body-mind system in cleansing your lymphatic system and creating neurotransmitters that counteract depression. Find out more here.
  • Try Free Workout and Exercise Apps here.
  • Break up your day with movement. You can march in place, walk from one part of your home to another, take a walk or get a glass of water. Look away from the close-up work on your computer every 30 minutes by looking at something far away or out the window. This will decrease the stress on your eye muscles.
  • Keep a journal. Record what makes you grateful each day. You can do this with drawings, doodles, writing, scrapbooking, or photos. Use your journal to also get in touch with what is most important to your health and well-being. Choose where you would like to dedicate your energy. Is it a project? Is it working for a specific cause? Is it a realization about something you have had no time to consider? What will make this time offer you about the truth you want to live?
  • Take breaks and take care of yourself. Take time daily to do something that is personally supportive of your body-mind system. Whether that means giving yourself a facial, taking a long bath with lavender essential oil, reading a book that you wanted to finish but never had time until now, taking a nap, saying “No” when you need time or space, or pacing yourself during the day, it’s important to follow-through to nurture yourself during this time.
Kimberly Rex, MS

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