Practice Qigong for Better Health

Posted on January 2, 2014 by Tools For Wellness

    Qigong is an ancient Chinese system for better health healing, and illness prevention. Qigong incorporates breathing techniques, physical movements, and the art of focusing the mind. Qi (pronounced chi or chee) comes from the Chinese word meaning vital-energy or life-force, which is said to flow through everything in the known universe. Gong (pronounced gung) means […]

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Ohm & Otto Tuning Forks For Sound Healing

Posted on December 13, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

    Introduction to Sound Healing Everything and everyone—from the smallest particle and organism to the Earth and the entire Universe—has a vibrational frequency that creates sound. When organisms are healthy, they resonate at a natural frequency that is in harmony with their surrounding vibrations. Sound encourages the human body to return to its natural, […]

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5 Alternative Health Practices

Posted on November 22, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

    Used in place of standard medical care, alternative health is gaining more and more subscribers every day. Because our knowledge is expanding, many of us are learning that conservative medicine might not be the cure to our life’s ailments. In an effort to reconnect with our roots with nature and our higher selves, we have […]

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What You Should Know About Sleep Pillows

Posted on November 19, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

      The value of sleep cannot be overstated. A good night’s sleep will recharge your body and prepare it for the day’s demands. But how is your sleep? Do you have difficulty falling asleep and even if you do, are you able to get quality sleep? If you’re having sleep issues, you may […]

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Why You Need Chlorine Removal Shower Filters

Posted on November 15, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

    Since 1908, chlorine has been added to public water supplies to destroy the presence of pathogens such as organisms, bacteria and viruses. The rationale behind the use of chlorine is fully understandable, given the health risks otherwise. But is chlorinated water, meant to protect your health, also the cause of your health problems? […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: 5 Ways to Dodge the Winter Blues

Posted on November 7, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

    For many people, the joys of watching snow and cuddling on the couch in the winter months are a treat. For others, the darkness and frigidness creates an undeniable sense of melancholy. Although seasonal mood swings seem to be a non-issue, they actually may have a huge affect on your emotional well-being. If your […]

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Hemi-Sync Audio Technology From Robert Monroe

Posted on October 27, 2013 by Tools For Wellness
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Hemi-Sync is a scientifically based and clinically proven “audio-guidance” technology that uses sound to influence brain wave activity. This patented, and highly sophisticated technology is backed by over 50 years of research. Hemi-Sync is an audio-guidance process that works through the generation of complex, multilayered audio signals, which act together to create a resonance that […]

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Beautiful Far Infrared Saunas

Posted on October 25, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

HeatWave Far Infrared Saunas are the safe, effective and affordable way to relieve stress and improve health, right in the comfort of your own home.  The far infrared heaters emit ultra low levels of EMF, designed for quick easy assembly and will fit in virtually any room in your home. Constructed from solid premium grade […]

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View the World Through Color Therapy Glasses

Posted on October 15, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

  Many of us have heard the phrase “view the world through rose colored glasses.” Though the phrase usually means that someone chooses to see the world with a beautifully fresh view regardless of the often gloomy and depressing reality; there is a distinct ring of truth in the statement. There is a form of […]

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Treating PTSD With Lucid Dreaming

Posted on October 8, 2013 by Tools For Wellness

        Even though there seem to be an almost infinite number of things which divide humanity – skin color, gender, wealth or the lack thereof, etc. – humanity does share commonalities too.  We all eat and drink and breathe.  We all need to interact with others, to love and be loved.  And […]

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