Taking steps to support our health physically, mentally and emotionally is a principle of self-reliance. When I am speaking of being self-reliant, I am not referring to a mindset where one can achieve anything…if they simply set their mind to it.
🌻Our mind is very powerful, but the self-reliance that I have found to be the most beneficial for me, is founded in this quote by W. Christopher Waddell, “Being temporally prepared and self-reliant means ‘believing that through the grace, or enabling power, of Jesus Christ and our own effort, we are able to obtain all the spiritual and temporal necessities of life we require for ourselves and our families.”
This page is simply a resource of practices, tools and skills to strengthen emotional resilience. If you are challenged with extreme anxiety or other mental issues, please seek professional care. Information on this page and other pages are provided to explore ways for personal self care. Nothing is intended to diagnose or treat specific ailments. You are using this information as a result of your own choice.
“Your brain responds to words in ways that affect your experience of the world. A person’s choice of language can affect not only how they feel, but how they perceive events around them.”
Planting Seeds of Positivity
Feeling worried or anxious? I’ve included my quick and easy journaling technique to STOP stressful thinking.
My morning routine is to
“Pull the Weeds, and Plant the Seeds.”
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Scientific studies have shown that music therapy helps to relieve pain, and reduce stress and anxiety. Music helps to create physiological changes such as improved respiration, lowered blood pressure, improved cardiac output, reduced heart rate, and relaxed muscle tension.
Original music that calms or motivates.
At this time the Library is available for public viewing.
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There is Strength in Your Beautiful Roots
Family History and how it can benefit our health.
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Learn More About You
And a few tips to manage stress.
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According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, in an article titled, Aromatherapy: Do Essential Oils Really Work….we read,
“Essential oils can lift your mood and make you feel good with just a whiff of their fragrance. For some people they may even help alleviate the symptoms of various conditions.”
Look for a reputable brand. Typically a health food store carries oil that is pure.