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What is Flotation Therapy?

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After my first session I honestly thought it was magic. It was astonishing how short a time it took for very wonderful things to begin happening in my life. Not only was my overall sense of wellbeing heightened immediately (continuing days after the float), but my migraines practically vanished, and sleep cycle effortlessly rebooted. I haven’t given up yoga or a healthy diet, but floating is now a part of my weekly routine for a balanced lifestyle. And for those of you that think floating is new-aged mumbo jumbo.. think again. Floating has been around for over 40 years, and has oodles of published research to back it up. No mumbo jumbo here.

Modern science has conclusively shown that health exists when balance is maintained within the various systems of the body. In the ideal state of homeostasis, we have a tremendous capacity to maintain health and function at optimum levels both physically and mentally. However, stress powerfully disrupts the systems that modulate the psycho-neuro-immunological responses of the body. When stress becomes chronic, it creates imbalances that lead to many serious diseases like cancer, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, mental illnesses, etc.

Floatation Therapy is a unique and powerful tool that is highly effective at combating chronic stress and its associated conditions. Floating is also highly enjoyable and creates profound experiences of relaxation and wellbeing. Floating combines the sensation of weightlessness with an experience known technically as Restricted Environment Stimulation Therapy (REST). Over 1,000 pounds of Epsom Salts are dissolved into a pool with water that is maintained at human skin temperature (93.5F). This super-saturated Epsom Salt solution creates a hyper buoyant environment where users naturally float on the surface without any effort.

The effortless floatation frees the user from the effects of gravity, facilitating a deep relaxation of the body and a state of meditative calm within the mind. From a health perspective, meditation has been shown to reduce blood pressure, calm the nervous system and increase alpha wave patterns in the brain. Recent studies suggest that it dramatically improves the immune system by reducing anxiety, worry and stress. Regular meditation produces an increased number of antibodies and improves brain function as well.

During flotation the brain is freed from the constant demands of orienting the body in space and processing external stimuli. Freed from these two major cerebral demands the brain can slip into profoundly deep and rejuvenating states of relaxation, which eventually leads to slower brainwave patterns. The experience of floating also aids the body in reaching a state of homeostasis where various bodily systems are able to reset themselves and recalibrate for optimum function. Two such systems are the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, responsible for the fight-or-flight response and the relaxation response. Modern research has thoroughly documented how chronic activation of the sympathetic nervous system by routine daily stressors is the hallmark of the modern stress epidemic.

Our stress response system was evolutionarily designed to keep us alive in the face of infrequent and transient physical threats, not persistent abstract worries. Over-activation of the stress response and the resulting flood of stress hormones creates the cascade of negative physical and mental effects commonly associated with stress disorders. When these negative factors persist over prolonged periods of time we end up with a whole host of chronic and degenerative disease conditions. Various studies have shown floatation sessions to be an immediately effective and practical tool to reduce elevated levels of stress hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, as well as immediately lower blood pressure without any drug intervention.

The intentional activation of the relaxation response through floating not only eliminates the negative effects of stress by reducing elevated levels of stress hormones and relaxing the nervous system. It also positively effects our biochemistry by naturally increasing pleasing and beneficial dopamine and endorphin levels, the combined effects of which contribute to a whole host of benefits including: increased performance, longevity, intelligence, memory and wellbeing.

Affirmations: Own Your Power

ThinkstockPhotos-158909167I am owning my power and celebrating who I am…

Positive energy and well being flow through my body, strengthening me from my core…

I let go of the past and any baggage, because I know it doesn’t serve me now…

I surround myself with people who will lift me up and support me…

My inner strength grows more and more every day…

I am unique, an individual, a child of the universe who is meant for great things…

I am the gatekeeper of my destiny, the master of my thoughts and actions…

Everything in my life happens for a reason, and I accept this…

I am confident, whole, perfect, and complete just the way I am…

I am constantly growing into a stronger, better person, aware of myself and others…

All of my decisions are in my power, in my control…

When I look into the mirror, I am proud of who I have become…

I will keep my body healthy, strong, and respect it…

Every day I strive to do something positive and empowering for myself or others…

My life is worth so much, and I promise to do something great with each day…

I am taking my life into my hands and embracing my power…

I choose to build myself up and not let negativity into my life, because there is no place for it…

I will take time every day to smile and remember how blessed I am…

I am strong, powerful, and can do anything I put my mind to…

I respect those around me, and they respect and look up to me…

I am a true leader and will do my best to set a good example for myself and others…

My day will be filled with confidence, joy, and focusing on the tasks at hand…

Motivational Quotes for Confidence

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Confidence in yourself is important, especially when you are tackling a new project, trying to ace an interview, or simply keep your outlook positive. The following are some of the best motivational quotes to help you remain confident, and keep yourself on the right track.

“Success is most often achieved by those who don’t know that failure is inevitable.” – Coco Chanel

“If my mind can conceive it, my heart can believe it, I know I can achieve it!” – Jesse Jackson

“Noble and great. Courageous and determined. Faithful and fearless. That is who you are and who you have always been. And understanding it can change your life, because this knowledge carries a confidence that cannot be duplicated any other way.” – Sheri L. Dew

“Do you know what makes someone beautiful? Confidence. You don’t have to have this shape eyes or that shape lips. No one seems to be able to decide which shape is best anyway. You can have every kind of blemish. It’s confidence that attracts people. That’s what everybody’s looking for. It’s what no potion can really give you. And believe me, Belle, you’ve got it. You’ve got it if you want it.” – Daniel Nayeri

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

“Whether you come from a council estate or a country estate, your success will be determined by your own confidence and fortitude.” – Michelle Obama

“Because one believes in oneself, one doesn’t try to convince. Because one is content with oneself, one doesn’t need others’ approval. Because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her.” – Laozi

These quotes are a simple reminder that you are a beautiful, confident person. Repeat them to yourself often – after all, changing your outlook requires changing your mind. Don’t let others shape who you are, have the confidence to shape yourself.

 

Tips to Create Rapport in Sales and Business

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The key to any successful sales or business transaction is rapport. When you can connect with your customers, you are able to increase their comfort levels, and help them develop increased trust and satisfaction in your brand. The following tips will help you create that rapport, and increase your sales and productivity.

 

Confidence – Confidence is the number one way to build a good relationship. However, there is a fine line between being confident, and coming across as cocky. Portray yourself as an easy-going person, and make sure to use friendly, courteous responses in everything you do.

 

Engage – Customers need to know that you really care about their problems and situations, not about their money. Engage with your customers by asking that will help you learn more about them, and their actual needs. Make sure to respond to their answers, and ask any of your own as follow-ups to make sure there is understanding for both parties.

 

Respect – When dealing with customers and clients, there will be times where you disagree. If you want to make sure that you build the best relationships, make sure to voice your arguments in a sincere, respectful way. Getting angry or louder will only push potential customers away, and send them running to the competition.

 

Bond – When conversing with clients, you may notice certain words or phrases that they use frequently. Adding a few of these to your own responses helps you to create a sense of camaraderie, and makes them feel more comfortable when speaking with you.

 

Pay Attention – Nothing shuts down a sales or business relationship faster than being distracted. This sends the message that you don’t care what the person has to say, and that there are other things you would rather be doing. Make sure to maintain eye contact, and limit distractions.

 

 

Source:

http://www.getinfrontcommunications.com/10-ways-to-build-rapport-with-people.php

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