There are few things more priceless than our oceans, which cover over 70% of the earth’s surface and produce over half of the world’s oxygen. Next time you breathe, thank the ocean phytoplankton and algae. We use the oceans for shipping and recreation, for jobs, food, medicine, energy, and minerals. Plus the oceans absorb about a third of the carbon dioxide emitted, which helps regulate climate and weather. Let’s all celebrate World Oceans Day on June 8 by learning more about this precious resource.
Many people feel like something is missing but don’t know why. We are all made up of mind, body, and spirit, but most of us are unaware of the spirit part of our nature, which is typically responsible for this feeling of being disconnected. Read on to find ways to cultivate and strengthen this spirit and build your sense of well-being.
I am always searching for ways to help both my clients and myself get back into our bodies, be more focused and organized, find more joy, say more “no’s”, have more patience, and feel more connected and safer in this world which we now live. I am hoping you find this article relevant and helpful. Read on for skills to help regulate your nervous system to expand your Window of Tolerance and return to calm.

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