Nov 11, 2017

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How Destiny Influences Your Life Purpose

Resonance Repatterning® sessions work with a number of healing disciplines that create balance and harmony in your physical, emotional, mental and spirit levels. At this time of year, in fall, it is especially a good time to look at inspiration and letting go as it manifests in your life based on the Chinese Five Element and Meridian System. One of the primary questions asked at this time of year is “What is your purpose in life or in the world?” followed by “What do you need to let go of to experience your life purpose? Family Systems is also particularly suited for working with reclaiming and restoring love with a sense of harmonizing order that influences your own destiny and life purpose in the world.

What is Destiny?

From the perspective of Family Systems work developed by Bert Hellinger, your destiny is something that is personal. It is part of who you are as related to your parents, culture, language, and all of the groups with whom you coincide. According to this, you can only be as strong and experience the vital essence and power in your life if you agree with this. This means that you are aligned with the fact that you have the biological patterns from your parents and ancestors. You were brought up in a particular way with specific thoughts, beliefs and patterns that came directly from your family of origin.

Taking Information from Your Family System

In Family Systems work the purpose of this insight is to build awareness of the order in which you arrived into your own family system. It is important that you resonate with the fact that your parents are the “big ones” and you are the “little one,” not the other way around. In some families the difficulties and challenges of trauma, stress and disorder creates disharmony create non-coherent loyalties and disorder.

As an example, a child might take on the emotions that were repressed or not dealt with by the parent, assume reponsibility for their parent’s actions or relationship with their partner. In this case, a child might take on the burden of the parent by living out that emotion in their own life, limiting their ability to experience their full range of emotions, or live out the life-depleting or limiting pattern in their own relationship, business and community in their adult life.

Sessions work with Earlier Experiences that identify and shed light on the initial and original patterns that became imprinted. The effects of earlier experiences, trauma and unresolved emotions get translated into how you carry yourself through the world in the present. This is communicated in your posture, your breathing patterns, your eating habits, self care and regulation, your health and ability to connect to your sense of well-being and place in the world.

What You Have Learned

Taking your parents is more about becoming aware of these earlier patterns while developing a new way to show love and loyalty to your family of origin. This happens by becoming aware that each person has their own fate with all of its cultural, biological, belief systems, health issues, and choices. In sessions, I often refer to this process as opening a treasure box. Within this box are jewels, roses, as well as tacks and thorns. With acceptance of this as a reality, there can be  a willingness to work with all of the material as it is so that freedom and personal choice can emerge in a new way!

We can not change another person’s destiny. However, we can give back a person’s ability to respond to life based on that person’s own choices. This creates respect and dignity while freeing other people in your Family System including your to do the same thing in  each particular life.


Taking the Gift or Higher Lesson

The past has lessons that include gifts  and  higher teachings that allow you to develop your capacity to heal and serve. Many times in sessions we work with the question, What is the higher lesson or gift from this issue?” As each person answers this question for themselves, it becomes clear that purpose in their own life and in the world are integrally connected with their ancestral and family system’s content.

It is here that the potential for sharing this lesson can influence your life purpose so you can expand into the world. The circle of your family’s beliefs and constrictions from the past become tools for permission to then expand your circle, to explore life from the place of author-ship within. This process becomes one of both inspiration and letting go. Knowing that you are connected to your ancestors, you can learn from them, and expand on that learning.

This knowledge is sacred, and it is what both challenges and sustains you. At the same time, it is the capacity to explore the world with new eyes and ways of being that allows you to move out into the world with your inner gifts. Doing so is based on working with what you have learned over time, all your own trials, tribulations, triumphs and lessons. By doing so, you give voice and wisdom from your destiny in your expression of your life purpose in the world!

Kimberly Rex, MS is a Certified Master Life Coach, Resonance Repatterning Practitioner and Person-Centered Expressive Therapist who works with you  to achieve your life goals and positive intentions 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 consciousness science, monthly healing modalities and session offerings at

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Oct 25, 2017

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Natural Healing Ways to Treat a Cold

Chinese Five Element and Meridian Wheel

Having a cold this time of year or any time of year is no fun. The change from summer to fall not only creates change in temperature, but also affects what you body needs in this transition into the cooler months.  Because Resonance Repatterning ® includes the Chinese Five Element and Meridian System, this article will explore natural healing ways from the Five Element perspective as well as natural nutritional and alternative medicine suggestions.

  The Chinese Five Element Wheel relates to other Elements also. Earth Element feeds Metal Element with nurture and support from stomach and spleen. When Earth Element is involved, the questions you might ask are: ” Where do I need support in my life or feel  from my center?” and ” How can I improve the quality of nourishment I take into my body-mind system?”  A cold many times is a signal from the body that it needs rest and care in the face of overwork, stress and inability to acknowledge the body’s signals to slow down and do some self-care.  Taking time to take care of yourself is important to your overall wellness and well-being.

When Metal Element is overactive, it may be a signal to balance with Fire Element.  This can be a call for more lightness, joy, love and connection with others.  Questions to ask yourself: “Where have I lost connection with my family, friends and groups?”  “What can I do to bring in more joy into my life?” ” Where am I receiving criticism from self or others?” ” Am I over-analyzing things?”

Nutritional and Alternative Medicine Support
1. Go  more alkaline than acidic. 
This means decrease meat, grains and dairy, and increase your intake of vegetables. Decrease milk products because they increase mucus production and inflammation.

2. Drink more fluids. Choose at least eight glasses daily of water, herbal, white or green tea, as well as natural fruit and vegetable juices to clear your lungs and intestines.

3. Get enough sleep. Rest is a way to revitalize, nurture yourself and heal.

4. Get out your stockpot and make a bone or astragulus broth. A bone broth has nourishing minerals, gelatin to help with digestion and amino acids to support the immune system.  A broth with a few astragalus sticks thrown in will strengthen your immune system’s response for chronic issues. Be sure to take the sticks out of the broth before use. More on hwo to cook with astragalus here:

5. Get more Vitamin C. Eat cantaloupe, bell peppers, citrus, pineapple, and black cherries. Purchase products like Emergen-C and Airborne to keep handy in your kitchen or medicine cabinet when you feel a cold coming on.

6. Drink honey, lemon and ginger tea: 
Start by putting  1 Tbsp. grated ginger in a teapot or medium bowl. Pour 1 cup boiling water over it and let it steep for 3 minutes. Meanwhile, put 1 Tbsp. lemon juice and 1 Tbsp. honey in a large cup. Strain ginger tea into the cup. Finally, stir, and taste.

7. Decrease and avoid alcohol and sugar to balance your cellular communication for greater harmony.

8. Use these acupressure points:
a) For coughing, start by crossing your arms. Then push your thumbs into the inside of your elbows while    holding the opposite arms.
b) Do the same at your shoulders, pressing under and into your arm pits.
c) For sinus and congestion, give two finger support to the area between your thumb and forefinger. Press firmly, first on one hand, and then the other. Do this for a few moments each.                                                                      d) Press your fingers into the skin on each side of your nostrils to bring relief from sneezing and sniffles.                         e) For Immune System support, tap on your sternum, about 2 inches down from where your left and right collar bone connect. This activates the thymus which is closely associated with the immune system.

9.  Use herbs and aromatherapy of eucalyptus or tea tree oil help to clear your sinuses. Herbs that are especially good for clearing and healing your respiratory system include thyme, sage, oregano, rosemary, hyssop and lemon balm.  These herbs can be incorporated into your cooking, used in steams, and made into teas.

These essential oils  will clear your sinus and support the healing process.  Eucalyptus and tea tree oil can also be healing allies for respiratory and sinus issues.  As an example, place some eucalyptus oil on a cotton swab. Put the cotton in an old pill bottle. Open the bottle and inhale the scent when you feel congested. You can also keep a tissue with a few drops of these oils with you, or diffuse these oils into your environment.


For preventive measures, use Be-Well Essential Oil Blend to protect yourself when in environment where others have a cold. Use this healing and convenient blend of oils when you travel by simply putting a few drops on your wrists and behind your ears.

You can purchase this beneficial healing blend here:


10. Supplements and Remedies: Explore with a health practitioner what works for you.

Echinacea and Oregon Grape Root support the healing process with colds, coughs and congestion. Vitamin A, D3,  zinc, and antithetic acid are also reported for their healing benefits. Sambucol or elderberries are loaded with bio-flavonoids and Vitamin C. Aconite, a homeopathic remedy, is a healing remedy for fatigue and strengthens the immune system.

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Oct 7, 2017

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What Does Depression Have to Teach Us?

Rumination: pencil drawing by Kimberly Rex

When you are depressed it is more likely that you move less, have less energy and need to withdraw from your usual activities of life. You may feel more fatigued, and have a greater sense of emotional, mental or physical pain. Depression is one of the ways that the body-mind system deals with pain. Downtime, resting, removing yourself from stimulation so that you can just be, this disconnect from overwhelm, is also an invitation to listen to the wisdom of your body-mind system to heal.

   In this rapid-paced world does not give much space for downtime. It is difficult to be able to just be.  The importance put on achievement, making a living, and the pursuit of happiness can, in fact, lead to a disconnect from what is nourishing to your body-mind-system for healing the places in your life where you need the time to heal according to Bruce E. Levine, PhD.

 Depression is a signal that indicates that you are needing time and space to recover and integrate information, emotions, beliefs, input from others, a trauma or stressful situation in your life. It takes time, space and nurture. It also takes permission. Fear can sometimes make it difficult to begin.

The Drive for Success and the Pursuit of Happiness

“In Fromm’s culminating work, To Have or To Be? (1976), he contrasts the depressing impact of a modern consumer culture built on having mode (greed, acquisition, possession, aggressiveness, control, deception, and alienation from one’s authentic self, others, and the natural world) versus the joyful being mode (the act of loving, sharing, and discovering, and being authentic and connected to one’s self, others, and the natural world).” ~Bruce E. Levine, Surviving America’s Depression Epidemic: How to Find Morale, Energy and Community in a World Gone Crazy

  The drive for earning money and the pursuit of happiness can be ideological, as much as a cage unto itself. Is it fair to say that you are always supposed to be happy? Or, that the self-absorption it takes to compete and earn financial worth is a reasonable substitute for inner value? These tenets have become entrenched beliefs that do not acknowledge your unmet needs, feelings and emotions. They allow little or no tolerance for any sense of discomfort or sense of real values. The kind of value that embraces all of the wisdom of your heart so you can speak your truth or connect to others, nature, life, your gold standard for communication or True Self is minimized or destroyed in these beliefs and attitudes about life. This leads to a sense of hopelessness, demoralization and expendability.

The Impact of Long Term Depression

Long-Term Depression can be toxic leading to issues in neuro-chemistry, immune de-regulation, inflammation, sleep disruption, and depressive illness.  In the Western World, since the Industrial Revolution, there has been radical change in lifestyle, daily habits, family systems, communities, diet, socially interaction, and level of physical activity according to Stephen Ilardi.  With those changes, he notes that antidepressant use has gone up over 300% in the last 20 years.

Healing Depression by Changing Lifestyle Choices 

  • Increasing Level of Activity like walking 30 minutes 3x per week
  • Omega 3 Fats nourishes your brain as anti-inflammatory agent
  • Healthy Sleep to improve mood, hormone production, and detoxification
  • Social Connection decreases the stress response
  • Sunlight and Light Therapy is antidepressive, and also affects your vision, breath,posture,heart health, movement, energy and sense of well-being.  The best time to do this is during Spleen time for D3 production which is 10-11 AM
  • Anti-Ruminative Activity : Meditation, shared activity with someone else,  engaging solo activity like a video, playing music, reading, cooking, a hobby you enjoy, writing out your thoughts, changing scenery or getting up to take a brief walk like in nature.


How Resonance Repatterning Supports Healing Depression

 In working with clients who are dealing with depression in Resonance Repatterning sessions, it is primary to first build and nurture the person’s vital energy system.  It takes energy to address, acknowledge and transform challenges in your life consciously.  Sessions work with resonance muscle-checking by phone or in-person to identify specific resources and actions you need for healing your body-mind system including brain waves, emotions, healing inner conflict, unmet needs, while creating positive actions for new possibilities.

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Kimberly Rex, MS is a certified Resonance Repatterning®, Person-Centered Expressive Therapist and Repattern Your Life© Coach who works with clients all over the world by Skype, phone, in-person or proxy.

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Sep 6, 2017

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Creating Sacred Space in Your Body, Mind and Spirit

  Sacred in the true sense of the word means sustainable. As we enter the season of fall, we are entering a time in nature where trees let go of their leaves while at the same time making space for new growth for the coming spring.  This cycle of life acknowledges the need for energy to push down into the core or  roots to create sustainable nurture for any time and place called that brings challenge, while also  preparing for new opportunity.
    It is the same for each of us. Sometimes you experience obstacles that limit your ability to respond to life.
This might be related to underlying beliefs and patterns which get in the way of approaching life in a new way or seeing new possibilities in relationships, situations and events. However, by letting go of these limiting patterns, you create sacred space in your body,mind and spirit. This allows you to feel rooted and ready to experience new possibilities in your life.

Peace is a sacred space within, it is the temple of our internal landscape. ~Jaeda DeWalt

Creating Sacred Space in Your BODY:  This translates into taking care of your body with healthy choices, and setting boundaries in nourishing ways for your self-care and relationships.
Creating Sacred Space in Your MIND:  Observing and attending to your thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes allows
you to begin to choose what is supportive and energizing to your life.
Creating Sacred Space in Your SPIRIT: You are a unique person with unique gifts. The inspiration to
share your gifts and talents are essential to your spirit and life purpose.
Creating sacred space in your body, mind and spirit will allow you to experience greater integrity for your inner value and what you value.  This is experienced through your body,your thoughts, beliefs and actions.  In turn, this ripples out into your life in your sense of purpose, your relationships and how you interact with life.
   This is your personal invitation to create sacred space in your life today. Register below to set up a personal Resonance Repatterning session.  The 60-minute personal session purchase includes an eBook with 15 natural meditations and activities to complement your journey!

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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

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Sep 6, 2017

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On the Journey towards Positive and Sustainable Personal Change

 The journey towards positive and sustainable personal change includes your entire body-mind system. Your awareness, attitudes, beliefs, and sense of direction all make a difference in the process. The emotional and mental components of this journey are as important as your physical actions and decision-making process. Your dedication one-day at a time over a period of time makes a difference based on how you meet challenges and new opportunities.

How to Meet the New Opportunity

   In Resonance Repatterning® building coherent awareness is key to beginning the process of positive change.  The following are some of the beginning elements of the process for personal change in any part of your life’s journey.

  1. Awareness is key and the first step in identifying where you are in your life, and what is coming up for you as an issue. This could be any area in your wellness and well-being: relationship, business, health, energy level, or the resulting effects of grief, loss, or trauma.
  2. Acceptance in this case is not giving up, it is seeing things as they are in the present for what and how they are realistically. In order to create new possibilities it is important to resonate with the change being an opportunity and a point of choice. This means that there is a willingness to take part in a growth process that leads to transformation.

    When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.~Lao Tzu

  3. Empowerment is that place where you become aligned with the motivation and determination to move through new possibility with the intent to discern what is aligned with your journey of growth and what is not aligned with positive change.  Using this tool, you are able to feel the vital life energy to create positive change.
  4. Focus and Attention:  Where you place your thoughts and how you respond to them is key in your journey. Through making time and space in your life, as well as resonating with coherent beliefs, attitudes, qualities, strengths and actions in your present, you begin to create a future with greater vital life energy  one step at a time. By doing so, this allows you to shift direction through discernment when you need to do so, and take positive action with your awareness so that you can continue in the direction of your positive intentions.

How to Meet Challenges to Embark on the Journey of Change

  • Fear of the unknown and losing control: Starting on a new path or creating a new habit can feel so unfamiliar that your sense of being in control can be significantly challenged.  Antidote: Reminding yourself of times in your life where you have experienced a challenge and met that challenge in a way that felt successful can create an anchor image and feeling to get you started on the path to creating new possibilities. Resonating with with new possibilities and the opportunities you will experience with your plan of action is greatly supportive. Know that set-backs are stepping stones when they happen as teachers and guides to next steps.                                                                                                                                                                                             
  • Not enough time to establish or integrate new changes: With the hustle and bustle of life you might feel as though there isn’t enough time in your schedule to begin first steps in the process of change. Antidote: Make time for small steps each day, delegating some of your daily chores, or making room for reflection or planning daily is essential in the process of making positive change. In as little as 10 minutes per day for any of these, you can tune into your process in a nourishing and creative way.                                                                                                                     
  •  Shifting Habits: Shifting a habit takes time. According to a research project mentioned in How Long Does it Take to Form a Habit? (, it can take 2-8 months to change and establish a new habit based on a number of factors related to your planning, pacing and support system in place.  Antidote: Small daily changes lead to significant changes over the long term. An example is to create a daily routine by using a template to intitate, motivate and sustain your new positive actions as you move through the process.
  • My goal (e.g. ‘to eat more fruit and vegetables’) _________________________________________________
  • My plan (e.g. ‘after I have lunch at home I will have a piece of fruit’) (when and where) ______________________ I will _____________________________________.   (                                                                                   
  •  Feeling uncomfortable: Creating new patterns also involves addressing underlying emotions, beliefs and attitudes about change. Fear and frustration that has been buried might come up for resolution. Allow them to inform you, and in the process learn to be kind and forgiving to your Self, while making space for forgiveness of others, as well.  Antidote: Becoming aware of your underlying need for health and more energy can be met with alternative and healthy ways of choosing. Eating at a fast food restaurant does not meet these needs, however, the need for nurture, support and ease might be an underlying need that also needs to be heard. Find ways to create options to include short and long-term actions. For example, you might make a list of foods you can eat that are healthy for you that you can have at home, take to work, and also options for restaurants or menu items. You might choose a different environment altogether, or look at how to create stress-reducing activities to fill your need for nurture and calm. Journal, draw, move and express your feelings through natural and positive means.                                                                                                                                              

  •  Letting Go of the Past: Making a transition in life from a relationship, job, or move can creates stress in itself. Know that your past has had an important impact on your life, and its teaching allows you to learn from its experience. Take that experience and apply it to your future. Don’t lose the lesson. Antidote: Finding support groups or supportive friends or resources that have encountered similar transitions can be especially beneficial as you move into new territory of your life.                                                                                                                                                                                        
  • Confidence about skills: When starting on a new project, or creating a lifestyle change, it’s important to resonate with beginning where you are, as well as knowing where to look for resources, ideas and information to start your process in creating a new habit or positive change.  Antidote: Take a class, research, find a mentor, talk with an advisor, read, and ask for directions. An example for healthy eating might be the book, Savor by Thich Nhat Hanh that speaks to the body-mind system in response to food and nurture.                                                                                                                                  
  • Impact on the rest of your life: Making change can mean in where you live, what you do, what you will no longer tolerate, or where and how you dedicate your time.                                                                            Antidote: Resonating with the underlying need of loving self-care, healthy nourishment, health, loving relationships, calm and well-being are the over-arching motivation for creating a new life worthy of positive change. Creating new possibilities for your life is not short-term it is a life change!                                                
  • Changes in social circles and loyalty to patterns over time: Making change can mean shifting social interactions with specific people. It can also mean that you stop your hangouts and patterns that influenced or impacted your negative habit, addiction or limiting pattern. An example might be that you are trying stop overeating, however, your pattern has been to have lunch daily with co-workers at a fast food restaurant.    Antidote: Join a support group or activity group that has a focus on part of your process (healthy eating, exercise, grief, creativity). By taking part in a group you will feel support and change feels much more possible. Choose to limit your interaction or number of times per week that you eat at the fast food restaurant, or choose a different menu item. You can also begin to choose different allies or activities during your meal time.                                                                                                        

 Resonance Repatterning personal sessions allow you to transform problems into opportunities so that you resonate with new possibilities to create greater integrity in your wellness and well-being. There are sessions for every part of your journey of positive change that address each of the elements in this article tailored to your personal needs.

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Aug 16, 2017

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Remembering to Breathe on the Emotional Roller Coaster

This past year of change has had some powerful emotional content. We’ve gone through waves of processing earth changes, global shifts in political alliances and power. If it’s felt difficult to catch your breath, and feel like you are on an emotional roller coaster, you are not alone! These events have maximized and mobilized response on many levels including personal feelings of grief, disbelief, anger, confusion, frustration, shock, and/or fear. It has felt as if time has tumbled over itself in trying to get us to process personal feelings, thoughts and beliefs. At times like these remembering to breathe is important!

Breathing patterns give clues to emotions and feelings. You can measure a shift in breathing when you are excited, as well as when you are worried. Trauma, shock, disease or pain interrupts the natural flow of your breath and vitality. When we get stuck in a breathing pattern even when the reason for an earlier experience is no longer present, it’s a clue that feelings have not been released. Processing feelings with the support of breath helps to move through these experiences to resolution.

The quality of your breathing patterns affects the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange essential to life-activity in the body down to the cellular level, impacts the emotional brain, synchronizes brain waves, and controls your mental state. When you are frightened, you gasp or hold your breath. When you are stressed or worried, you sigh, have a shallow or collapsed breathing pattern after the exhale, or a blocked inhale. Exhaling to release or inhaling to start a new breath cycle pattern is the goal.

Following are two breathing exercises to support the release of feelings and the creation of new images for greater relaxation and harmony. You can practice them together or use each one on its own.

1. Feeling Breath

  • Get in touch with your breathing pattern. *Inhale through your nose. Each time you inhale, breathe in pure energy allowing your stomach to expand like a balloon, including your ribs front to back and side to side. Fill your lungs. As you exhale through your nose, relax your lungs and ribs from the top and middle. Pull in your abdominal muscles, exhaling all the air from the bottom of your lungs. Do this a few times.
  • Become aware of what you are feeling. Continuing to breathe deeply and easily as you accept these feelings as messengers for processing material for insight, illumination and resolution.
  • When you are aware of what you are feeling, say what you are feeling out loudas you continue to breathe deeply and easily.
  • When you have acknowledged your feelings out loud, continue to relax while releasing the named feeling when you exhale. You can say, “I release my feeling of__________”  as you breathe out.
  • You can breathe out emotional and physical toxins with this process also. Continue breathing with a focus on inhaling pure energy and exhaling emotions until you feel complete.

This nurturing relationship with the ocean of air you are breathing creates chi or prana to feed every cell of your body. When your breathing patterns are in balance and harmony, the benefits range from decreasing adrenaline flow when in a stressful situation, improving the quality of your vitality, better sleep, lowering your blood pressure, and greater heart health. Giving attention to your breath gets you in touch with your center or spiritual core, allows you to let go of emotional and physical toxins, improves your sense of connection to your feelings, relaxation and heart wisdom.

2. Limbic Brain Breath:  Because breathing accesses the emotional brain, doing this modality will give you energetic support for creating new images and feelings. While breathing deeply, see positive image(s) and feel positive feeling(s). Use this visualization to support you in a stressful situation, when you need grounding or need an energetic pick-me-up!

There are many powerful breathing patterns that can heal your life. Here are two great books to explore: Free Your Breath, Free Your Lifeby Dennis Lewis Free Your Breath, Free Your Life: How Conscious Breathing Can Relieve Stress, Increase Vitality, and Help You Live More Fully
and Breathing Free: the 5-day breathing program that will change your life by Teresa Hale

Click here for Breathing Free: The Revolutionary 5-Day Program to Heal Asthma, Emphysema, Bronchitis, and Other Respiratory Ailments

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