A very powerful tool can be used to clear rooms, yourself, objects–it transmutes lower-vibrational frequencies into high-vibrational ones. You can use it to clear negative emotions or energies (including energetic cords) by literally visualizing a violet flame and placing it where you experience the energies. This is so much you can do with this energy.
Ariel is presenting on how people interact energetically, whether they are aware of it or now. People can interact with other people, possessions, and even archetypes in ways that are empowering or not. Sometimes we need to change our connections energetically to move forward.
Go to www.1150kknw.com at Bright and Early Seattle 11/5/15 from 6-7 am or click onto the podcast to listen to the show.
Energy Management is a course that Ariel Hubbard offers in person, meeting bi-weekly in the Sammamish WA area and will be released online shortly. Contact us by email at 949-292-3223 or at email@example.com to participate.
As we enter Fall and Winter, many people experience a depressed mood due to the weather and lack of sunlight. If this is your situation, one of the most underused but most effective ways to address it is through regular exercise. There is also something called the Happy Light that you can use for early morning Vitamin D synthesis. Also, gently place your hands on your forehead and lightly move your skin up to the sky. These are called the “Happy Points,” and are neurovascular points that may help elevate mood.
Ariel’s practice is opening in Tree of Life Chiropractic on Mondays and Wednesdays. Her practice in Sammamish will be open the rest of the week, and she also offers distance healing. Her practice opening was featured in the Redmond Reporter on October 6th.
See the article here: Hubbard Health Solutions offers holistic health treatments in Redmond – Redmond Reporter
Recently, I wrote an article for Massage Magazine called “Approaches to Trigger-Point Therapy: Pain Patterns and Tracking Methods” in June, 2015. Trigger points are points of exquisite pain that can be misdiagnosed as other pathological conditions, such as tendonitis, bursitis, and even internal conditions, such as colitis. This is a video that teaches you how to track trigger points using your palpation and intuition skills. I was interviewed for an upcoming article at Massage Magazine online today. Look for it in an upcoming issue! I also teach a continuing education class in Trigger Point work, if you would like to learn how to do the work. Contact me and let me know how I can help you.
We just hosted a HighSelf Resonance Therapy Retreat here in Washington. For those of you who would like to learn an energywork modality that allows you to tune with Inner Guidance and then incorporate a variety of energywork techniques that empower you to help people heal a profound levels, we offer an in-person intensive, along with out-of-class work so that you may obtain either 50 or 100 hours of training in energywork. We will also be offering this as an online class utilizing handouts and videos–set up for this course is in the works now.
We offer a wide variety of continuing education topics for the person seeking to learn about personal development to the professional seeking NCBTMB or other approved Continuing Education Credits. We offer courses in massage, meditation, healing, energywork, Reiki, Reflexology, anatomy, ethics, business development, spiritual development, and more. For more information on courses and pricing, contact us or click http://arielhubbard.com/index.php/c-e-courses/
Ariel Hubbard has over 20 years of teaching experience and has written over 8,000 pages of original courseware material.
Have you noticed that you feel better after you spend time in Nature? A practice known as shinrin-yoku in Japan and samlinyok in China where you walk in nature for healing, stress relief and calming. It was formally introduced as a part of a healthy lifestyle in 1982 by the Forest Agency of Japan. There are also studies that have been done indicating that forest bathing reduces levels of anger, stress, depression and sleeplessness. The trees not only emanate essential oil constituents like limonene and and a-pinene, but the consciousness of the trees and their energetic fields cause our brain waves to slow to match them. The average pine tree resonates at about 7.4 Hz, which is also the frequency of a slightly hypnoidal state. So if you notice that your mind slows and you experience a meditative state while walking in nature, your brain waves have resonated with the trees.
For more information, read the Wikipedia entry on Forest Bathing.
Contact us if you would like to experience a Forest Bath (in the Pacific Northwest), or go ahead and do your own. Feel free to email me with comments about your results!