Jul 2, 2017

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Change Your Mind, Change Your World: Ways to Create Freedom from Negative Thoughts

“For things to reveal themselves to us, we need to be ready to abandon our views about them.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh 

   Changing your mind can sometimes be difficult.  It requires the capacity to see things from a perspective that opens to the possibility that there may be more than one way to see a situation past or present. However, making the time and space to free yourself from ongoing negative thoughts related to anxiety, depression, and fear leads to greater wellness and well-being. This literally changes your experience of life and the world!

Recently, the groundbreaking research of Dr. Daniel G.Amen, MD that proves you can change the quality of your life by improving the functioning of your brain has been included into Resonance Repatterning®. In his book, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life,  he suggests that there is a tendency in life to move into what he terms, ANT’s, or Automatic Negative Thoughts. These ANT’s affect how your body responds to light, assimilates energy, controls neurotransmitters activated, and affects the communication between all the systems of the body. In fact, heart rate changes, breath becomes more shallow, blood pressure goes up and you access less of your problem-solving brain when you are in the rut with negative thoughts.

 Thoughts are very powerful. They can make your mind and your body feel good or they can make you feel bad. Every cell in your body is affected by every thought you have. ~ Dr. Daniel G. Amen, MD

Beginning to Change the Way You Think

Dr. Amen suggests that one of the ways to begin making the shift from the view of what you think is true, is to notice how you are reinforcing the view that you are keeping. Does your view keep you focusing on the negative, making it seem that it is someone else who is at fault, and keep you feeling as though you have no power to change the situation? Does your perception of a situation keep you in a worry cycle or make you feel guilty? Does your view limit your potential to see beyond what you think is obvious by labeling the situation or person based on what has happened in your life in the past? Are you seeing through the lens of “all or nothing”?

Getting stuck in the past through holding on to emotional pain, being stuck in a current situation or relationship that creates great stress, or fearing the possible future through extreme worry keeps the gerbil wheel of fight, flight or stuck in place. By looking at your beliefs about a situation or relationship more closely, you can open the doorway to new possibilities and solutions. This leads to an expanded sense of well-being, freedom and opportunity for feeling better.

Another way to view your thoughts comes from the work of Byron Katie who encourages people to ask themselves four questions when they become aware of ongoing or repetitive negative thoughts.

  1. Is it true? (Is the stressful or negative thought true?)
  2. Can I absolutely know that it is true?
  3. How do I react when I believe that thought?
  4. Who would I be without the thought? Or how would I feel if I didn’t have the thought?

When complete with this first round of questions, she then asks that you take the opposite of the negative thought that is causing you distress, and ask yourself, “Is this thought not true, or is it even more true?” With this information gathered, the next step is to ask yourself how the opposite of the thought applies to yourself and if another person is involved, how does the opposite apply to them also?

It all depends on how we look at things, and not how they are in themselves. ~Carl Jung

 The Institute of Heartmath works with creating greater coherence between the heart, brain and body. When you are stressed out, angry, upset, or feel like you are at a loss for next steps, you lose access to all of your whole brain capacity for thinking. In fact, when you are upset you are more likely to be coming from your emotional brain. When scared you are likely to be coming from your fight-or-flight brain. You lose access to your thinking and problem solving capacity.

    Focusing on breathing into your heart and anchoring an image of gratitude, joy, love or compassion within helps you to move back up the brain stem so that you can get access to your full functioning. Through this simple process, the Barr System is activated which expands both the electromagnetic field of the heart and brain. With this in place, the systems of the body entrain, and problem-solving improves.  This leads to a greater sense of independence and choice in your life!

Listen to the following recording to try a process that comes from this meditation practice for problem-solving when you feel stuck: http://kimberlyrex.audioacrobat.com/download/windowstotheheartmodality.mp3

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Kimberly Rex, MS is a Certified Master Life Coach, Resonance/Holographic Repatterning Practitioner and Person-Centered Expressive Therapist who helps you achieve your life goals by phone, Skype, in-person or proxy. Find out more about Resonance Repatterning and Repatterning Your Life Coaching packages in her FREE monthly newsletter with exclusive articles on conciousness science, monthly healing modalities and exclusive session offerings at http://www.windowstotheheart.net

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Jun 19, 2017

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Here Comes the Sun: How Light Has a Positive Impact on Your Wellness and Well-being


  As the sun returns to the Northern Hemisphere, and we move into summer, it’s important to acknowledge the importance of how light positively impacts your wellness and well-being.





Impact on Your Vision and Energy

The quality of light you receive affects your breath, posture, movement,and memory. It is important to note that physical vision is also related to how you process light for emotional, mental and physical health and well-being.

For more on this topic: http://www.windowstotheheart.net/what-impacts-your-vision-of-life-four-ways-to-positive-change/

Natural light has shown to have an impact on sleep patterns, melatonin production, memory, mood regulation, thought processing, free radical production, cellular communication, and heart health.

Impact on Your Cells and DNA

Cell to cell communication by bio-photons has been seen in plants, bacteria, animal neutrophil granulocytes  that digest invading microbes. Granulocytes account for about 60% of your white blood cells. Kidney cell communication was also noted. Particular spectral light stimulation (infrared, red, yellow, blue, green and white) at one end of the spinal sensory or motor nerve roots produced a significant increase in the bio-photon activity at the other end according to a research study by Yan Sun, Chao Wang,  and Jiapei Dai’s research project: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20221457

 In addition, according to Dr. Fritz Popp, a biophysicist dedicated to the study of bio-photons. the coherent emission of bio-photons is directly connected to to energy and information transfer processes within biological organisms, and has been linked to the function of DNA and gene regulation.

We are still on the threshold of fully understanding the complex relationship between light and life, but we can now say emphatically, that the function of our entire metabolism is dependent on light.           ~Dr. Fritz Albert Popp ( http://www.biontologyarizona.com/dr-fritz-albert-popp/)

Impact of Exposure to Sunlight on Your Heart Health

Richard Weller, an Edinburgh University dermatologist and researcher, states that regular exposure to the sun is beneficial for your heart. He suggests that sunlight lowers your blood pressure through increasing both Vitamin D and Nitric Oxide in the body through the skin. This exposure to sunlight would potentially decrease the likelihood of both heart attacks and strokes.  

Watch his TED Talk here:

The Impact of Light on Your Positive Intentions

Intention is based on directing thought, attitude, belief, motivation and action toward a specific goal. The process of forming, sustaining and initiating your intention for wellness and well-being relates to the production of particular neurotransmitters, memory imprints and especially the quality of your life energy you have to dedicate to your positive intentions. The importance of creating an optimal environment for new possibilities depends on the transmission and quality  of energy and information in your body-mind system. 

For more on this topic: http://www.windowstotheheart.net/how-difficult-experiences-affect-your-body-mind-system/

How Resonance Repatterning Works with Light to Enhance Your Wellness and Well-being

Everything is frequency. We experience life through color, light and sound frequency. Your atttitudes, beliefs, arguments, conflict, as well as sense of well-being are all frequency.

The process of Resonance Repatterning® identifies specific frequencies that are needed to benefit your wellness and well-being through working with different modalities that infuse or diffuse light and sound at specific tone frequency, octave and location of need.. All of the modalities in a session are muscle-checked for most benefit to the client based on specific needs. In addition, the following color/light modalities might be part of your process:

  • Vision Modalities include a number of color/light, movement, breath, memory and relaxation activities
  • Color Filter Lens: The client or facilitator on the client’s behalf wears a color gel mask over the eyes. In some cases there are additional modality details combined with this format.
  • The Color Filter Torch is used on particular meridian and energy system points on the body to update information in the body-mind system for more optimal energy flow. This means that color/light works where transmission of light and sound have been interrupted or blocked.
  • Silk Color Scarves are placed over various parts of the body or used in the visual field to incorporate the frequency of the color.

This is your personal invitation to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being through a Resonance Repatterning® session specifically tailored to your needs for positive change.

Register for a session here: http://www.windowstotheheart.net/sessions/

Kimberly Rex, MS is a certified Resonance Repatterning, Person-Centered Expressive Therapist and Repattern Your Life© Coach.

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Jun 19, 2017

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How Difficult Experiences Affect Your Body-Mind System

 When life hands you an experience that is difficult to release or let go due to its enormity or pain, it affects you on all levels of your body-mind system. What stays behind is the imprint of the image, chemical response and physical memory dedicated to the experience unless you release it. Whether this material is stored at the conscious or unconscious level, it impacts how you respond to life in the present.

This gets played out in your mental, emotional, physical and spirit body.

1) Mental Level:The Reptilian Brain, the part of your brain whose purpose is to help you survive, works by looking for events, features, and images that remind it of earlier events where you experienced significant stress. Filtering current situations, relationships and events through either a fight or flight can trigger a “watch dog “ response of the survival brain. You can feel like you are stuck on a treadmill and/or have repetitive negative thoughts.

You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the
 ~ Jan Glidewell

2) Emotional Level: Many times, harbored emotions make it difficult to move on or through an experience. The electro-chemical well-traveled neural pathways of emotion become engrained attitudes, beliefs and habits. Where you have felt belittled, wronged, or judged there might be a resonance with guilt, anger, a feeling of coldness or lack of forgiveness. These emotions are actually signals to alert you to opportunities for freeing up compressed energy. In truth, it is not the event or the person which is causing you pain, but your resonance with the unresolved issues that creates the continuing disruption of energy.

3) Physical Level:The Parasympathetic and Sympathetic Nervous System can also get stuck in a mode when

Letting go allows for greater inner peace and joy!

reminded of an unresolved stress which affects your ability to move or relax. All of the organs are affected by stress and the quality of interaction of the body’s systems and communication rely on quality of energy flow. Large Intestine works with letting go of that which no longer serves your life. Not letting go creates more burden on your physical system and impacts your health.

Not letting go or forgiving is like this quote from Traveling Mercies by Annie La Mott: “In fact, not forgiving is like drinking rat poison and then waiting for the rat to die.” The benefits of letting go include creating better communication between the cells and systems of your body, creating new insights, responses and choices for your life experiences. So how do you let go of issues that have placed your emotions or thoughts on a merry-go-round or stopped you from moving forward in your life?

4) Spirit Level: Forgiveness creates an opening, allowing you to reclaim more coherent life energy for your life and positive intentions. It allows the core essence of who you are to have the opportunity to take action, and to open to the lessons and the teachings from the earlier experience. It supports you in a new positive orientation and direction in your life. Within each of us is a perpetrator and victim. Forgiveness can also mean giving back the responsibility and dignity to another to own their action. Instead of carrying it yourself, you can release the burden. Resonating with being a victim limits choice range and expansiveness of life opportunity. Resonating with perpetrator leads to internal destructive messages and separation from nurture of life. Balancing the relationship between both allows for a gentle opening and new possibilities.

A wonderful book written by Richard R. Gayton, PhD, The Forgiving Place, speaks to choosing peace after a violent trauma. His book details the steps involved in going through the process of not only forgiving others, but self.

Here is a beautiful poem from his book entitled, “Forgiving Self”

Be still now. Rest in me. Lay your head softly on my hand. Sleep in my hand of the one who is love. Come to me now; wait no longer. Search for me no where else. For love is here, waiting close by, just one thought away. It’s easy-there is no strain. To be at peace means only for a moment to open your mind. Just for a moment let the thought of me enter into that tiny space you made, and I will come bearing a present. Open your hands, look what I brought you. My free gift, a pearl of such great loveliness that all fear and sorrow is blinded and momentarily silent. To pause a moment is all that is asked of you to receive the pearl of peace. Could you not pay this small sum for such a beautiful and priceless gift? The pearl is yours. You cannot throw it away. It has always been in your hand, but your hand has just now opened.The prize was hidden; but now it is found.

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The Forgiving Place: Choosing Peace After Violent Trauma

As you open to experiencing the pearl of peace within ourselves, you might wish to use a process by Jack Kornfield. Among the following meditations is a powerful process for Forgiveness: http://www.oprah.com/media/20080731_orig_Kornfield_MeditationForgiveness

Resonance Repatterning sessions work at the most fundamental level in identifying emotional, mental, physical and spirit level energy blocks. A session with Kimberly Rex, MS quickly gets to the heart of issues and gets results with healing what is blocking you from experiencing more peace and joy in your life. Register for a session at http://www.windowstotheheart.net

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Kimberly Rex, MS is a certified Resonance Repatterning® and Person-Centered Expressive Therapist. She is also certified as a Master Personal Life Coach.   Needing support for moving on from material in your life that needs healing so you can dedicate more life energy to your positive intentions in the present?  Register for a personal session at  http://www.windowstotheheart.net/sessions/

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Jun 10, 2017

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The Living Matrix: A Film that Explores Bio-Energetic Concepts Related to Health


  The film, The Living Matrix speaks to the bio-energetic  concepts pivotal to your health. With important contributions from Bruce Lipton, Rupert Sheldrake, Lynne McTaggart, Edgar Mitchell, Herman Koning, MD, James Oschman,Ph.D, Heartmath Institute, Marilyn Schlitz of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and Franz Popp to name a few, this film delivers rich food for thought from seasoned researchers. It also chronicles case studies of people who have experienced extraordinary healing working with the living matrix.
Consider the following concepts from this film.
    • Your body is connected to an energetic field of information that surrounds and includes you.
    • Your body field is filled with energetic information. DNA ( biological information library) informs fields that become tissue, organs, muscles, cells, etc.
    • Genes are unlimited potential. Influence of environment, emotion and stress can create 30,000 different variations from the blueprint.
    • The heart imprints information from the energetic field and has neural tissue. Emotions have direct impact on what is relayed. The heart is the body’s control system and delivers information to the cells.
    • Life is patterns of information. Illness is a disturbance in the information energy system.
    • Disease is scrambled, blocked or disrupted information. When the disturbance is stopped, chemistry and physiology self correct.
    • 1/3 of all healing happens due to the placebo effect. Belief in process and positive thought have an impact by enhancing the  healing process.
    • The future of energy medicine empowers facilitating the natural healing capacity of the body as a whole. This process is inclusive of thoughts, beliefs, and nurture.
    • Information follows intention with focus and alignment of frequency. 

   In a time when healthcare issues are increasingly controversial, this film helps to empower the part you play in taking care of your own body. It offers meaningful insights to what wholeness or health means from the energetic viewpoint.

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May 21, 2017

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Man’s Search for Meaning: How it Relates to Resonance Repatterning


I was first introduced to Viktor Frankl’s work while training as a Resonance Repatterning practitioner. His  life and this book’s contribution relate directly to the benefits and process  of Resonance Repatterning.

. Logotherapy and Man’s Search for Meaning offer an exceptional view of the human spirit’s potential put into action especially when met with challenging situations as your greatest quest for experiencing meaning  in your life.

 Viktor Frankl was a psychiatrist  before being a prisoner during the Holocaust in Nazi concentration camps, and separated from his family.

Although he would never see his family again, his ability to connect to the love he experienced for them, took this  love deeply into his spiritual interior and applied the principles of freedom, responsibility and orientation toward love  to create meaning for his life. After he was freed from the concentration camp, he continued his work  by creating Logotherapy helping many different people heal through changing their attitudes towards their life and challenging situations through finding meaning.

The following  are some of the principles in searching for meaning. They are paired with how Resonance Repatterning would benefit your life with your search for meaning in this process.


When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.~Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning

He defined despair as suffering without meaning. Life and spirit purpose in any moment is related to the perspective you give your experience. Even in difficult situations, there is the opportunity to find a higher meaning or message that only through your life’s journey and experience can be culled from this trying situation.

Many times in Resonance Repatterning sessions, the process travels to this place through acknowledging that everything is used by the Universe for your personal growth. By realizing this truth, it allows you to change what it is you can in your life through positive actions. Updating your personal material from the past related to beliefs, attitudinal patterns allow you to step more fully into the present so you are more able to take next steps with your positive intentions for you life.

By doing so, you are connecting to authorship in creating your future through this inner alchemy., changing difficulties into new possibilities through your transformed perception for greater inner balance , harmony, wellness, and well-being.


Within human circumstance are situations and events that create both positive and negative emotions. Frankl described the choice of response, no matter the content, as the greatest capacity of the human spirit.

Choosing to practice compassion for ourselves and others is not only an emotional practice, but, also one that creates greater longevity, stress reduction and health.

As simple as how you sit at a red light, to as complex as a loss, grieving, health crisis, or within the content of experiencing a disappointment, your ability to have access to choice in how you take care of yourself or treat others can make all the difference in how you feel, how your relationships fare, and how your body takes care of itself through thick and thin.

Resonance Repatterning sessions allow you to shift within through natural healing modalities and disciplines that build greater vitality, and expanded vision for what is possible in your life. Within the context of the work is the opportunity to change your attitude about a situation while building perseverance and strength for meeting challenges in a more empowered way.

Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms~to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.~Viktor Frankl


The word responsibility literally means the ability to respond. Through this lens, it is possible to enter what we call the Point of Choice in Resonance Repatterning to move towards taking a stand to whatever conditions that are or feel unchangeable in your life. Just knowing that you have a choice makes this practice of taking action or a pause, creates greater space for your own need for love, compassion, joy and feeling of empowerment. Your ability to respond rather than to react with knee-jerk habitual thoughts, expectations, words and actions, truly leads to new growth and experiences in your life.

Point of Choice

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 Frankl

Orientation towards Love

Have you heard the saying, “Love is what holds the Universe together?” Frankl’s love for his wife in the concentration camp, he said, whether she was alive or had perished, was a connection to her and this love allowed  him to call of the capacity of their bond to get through the worst experience in his life.

Whatever connects you to love whether that be a sunset, a picture, a puppy, a song, birds, a family member, or a beautiful memory, the power and strength of seeing the world through the eyes of love makes it possible to move through and beyond challenges and despair.

In Resonance Repatterning sessions, the work encompasses building your inner capacitor of your heart for wellness and well-being which then builds greater capacity for love in your relationships with other people, the planet and all sentient beings.

Those who have ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any “how.”~Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning

There are thousands of Positive Action possibilities for repatterning sessions. An example is using an anchor image of this “Why?” as a great way to build your capacitor for yourself and your relationships. Picturing something that quickly connects you to love, or, working with a time you and the person you are in relationship with had a loving or fond experience goes a long way to creating greater loving energy in your life.

Please visit the Sample Resonance Repatterning page to experience more of the work and process  http://www.windowstotheheart.net/category/sample-resonance-repatterning-here/

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May 14, 2017

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How to Ground Yourself to Get Centered and Oriented to the Present

Grounding helps you center and keep you oriented to what is going on in the present.  It allows you to see more, and consider the next step or decision you are making. It can help you set boundaries on the continual inflow of material you have to sift through to process. When you become overwhelmed and confused, grounding helps you center and feel more fully present and aware. It is a simple yet powerful tool for mindfulness and well-being.

Spending time outdoors has diminished over the past decades due to jobs, transportation and focus on
leisure technology.  With the speed of change, increasing intensity and transitions you have to handle  in just one day, the simple act of grounding can help you feel more calm, centered and energized.

Get your feet onto the Earth for grounding.

By grounding yourself, you become more aware of where you are so you can set boundaries on the continual inflow of material you have to sift through to process. When you become overwhelmed and confused, grounding helps you center and feel more fully present and aware. It is a simple yet powerful tool for mindfulness and well-being.

The research is in about the importance of grounding for physical and emotional health.
Physically, grounding reduces inflammation, pain and stress. Emotionally, grounding has a beneficial impact on  decreasing the impact of addictive behavior, anxiety, grief and depression. In both cases, grounding helps to build a sense of greater safety and trust because you are more aware of your choices and possibilities.

The following 12  grounding activities and modalities will give you a simple, yet powerful menu to use in your life for how to ground yourself to center yourself and orient yourself to be more present.

1. Go outside: In a  book entitled, Earthing by Dr. Sinatra, the need for spending time on the Earth with bare feet to energize the body-mind system is explored. The book speaks of the electromagnetic connection and relationship between your body and the planet itself. The earth’s surface is negatively charged and has an unlimited supply of “free” electrons.
If your body has lots of positively charged free radicals (creating inflammation), the Earth’s free electrons can help to neutralize them.

How To:  a) Get out into a grassy section of the earth and take your shoes off. b) Walk barefoot on the beach. c) Lie down on the Earth and look up at the sky. d) Sit on rocks e) or better yet, sit in a chair for 30 minutes with your bare feet resting on the ground. Read more about earthing here: Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?

2. Diet: After a long day or week of  many appointments, you might feel disoriented. Sit down
while you eat. Choose more whole and natural foods to energize and ground your energy.  Eat root vegetables like potatoes, beets, carrots, onions, garlic, radishes,turnips, horseradish,  Daikon radish, rutabaga, parsnips and kolrabi. Decrease sugar and caffeine.

3. Feed Your Earth Element: Earth Element on the Chinese Five Element and Meridian Wheel is about nurture, digestion and support. Eat the following foods to enrich this connection.a) Grains: Millet b) Vegetables: Sweet corn, all squash: (acorn, butternut, Hokkaido, Hubbard, spaghetti, pumpkin) shitake mushrooms, beets, carrots, onions, parsnips, rutabaga, collards, chard, artichoke, sweetpeas, and string beans c) Fruits: sweet apples, figs, cantaloupe, sweet orange, honeydew, tangelo, raisins, sweet grapes, papaya, dates, and tangerine d) Fish: salmon, tuna, swordfish, sturgeon e) Nuts: Almonds, pecans, walnuts, sesame seeds, and sunflower seeds.

4. Feed Your Earth Chakra: Eat red foods like root vegetables such as beets, rutabagas, garlic, ginger, turnips, potatoes, and parsnips.  Eat red food like apples or pomegranates with the color of this chakra to feel connected to the energy of Earth Chakra. which in Ayurvedic Medicine is related to survival, stability and safety.

5. Aromatherapy: Earth Element focuses on smell and scents. Use the scents of Cedar, clove and Balsam Fir or your favorite scents to help you feel grounded and connected to the Earth.

6. Polarity Points: Work into the joints of the little toes and fingers with your opposite hand and pull from the base.

7. Get your hands, face or body into mud or clay. This will help you feel directly connected to
the  Earth itself.

8. Dance, Drum or Sing: Dancing barefoot or drumming with your hands helps you to feed the energy circuits of your body-mind system. When you sing, you are treating yourself to a bath of personal sound frequency. Drumming energizes your Earth Element through joy, motion, rhythm, connection to your heart and the Earth.

9. Take a vacation from distractions:  Make a space or time daily for centering  and
nurturing yourself. This can be done through meditation, journaling,
walking in nature or gardening.

10. Express Gratitude: Keep a Gratitude Journal or make it a point to take inventory of that for
which you are grateful. Gratitude orients you to the present and to life-energizing support.

11. Breathe: The Buddhist Soft Belly Meditation helps to make space for you and your feelings.
Most of us breathe with only the upper third of our body.  Breathing all the way down into the belly helps you to feel more embodied, and allows space for awareness, openness, compassion, and mercy for yourself in the

12. Take inventory of what needs nurture and support in your life: Get in touch through the Soft Belly Meditation with places in your life where you have felt continual fear, anxiety or felt like a victim.
Make time to listen to yourself and find someone safe with whom you can share where you will be listened to with respect and support.

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