DR. CHARLES CARLSON ABDOMINAL BREATHING PROCEDURE

DR. CHARLES CARLSON ABDOMINAL BREATHING PROCEDURE

Diaphragmatic/Stomach Breathing Exercise adapted from Dr. Charles Carlson. Mindstore Inc.©2015 …the patient should understand why they are doing diaphragmatic breathing training, the mechanisms by which it is accomplished, and appropriate precaution to not engage in...
WHY CONTROL BREATHING?

WHY CONTROL BREATHING?

Why Control My Breathing? Did you know your breathing pattern could change the way you feel? Your breathing can change your emotions and even your thoughts.  When I feel anxious, frustrated or angry – as soon as I recognize I’m getting into negative...
Breathing Tips and Techniques

Breathing Tips and Techniques

Breathing Tips and Techniques For those with Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease and Seizures/Epilepsy: Physician/Healthcare Provider Approval Needed Breathing exercises alter physiology by changing blood carbon dioxide concentration, heart rate, and blood...
Forgiving Yourself

Forgiving Yourself

Who Are You To Forgive Yourself? And if you did, how do you know that you are forgiven?  Forgiving vs. Punishing Yourself (Based on: How to Forgive Ourselves Totally  – by RT Kendall) 1. Only God can forgive, but once God has forgiven you, He wants you to...
Guilt, Psuedoguilt and Shame

Guilt, Psuedoguilt and Shame

A Closer Look At Guilt, Pseudoguilt and Shame This section uses excerpts from “How to Forgive Ourselves Totally” by RT Kendall. 1. True guilt that comes from God is a valid sense of shame for having done what you knew was wrong. This can be dealt with by confession...
Guilt and Shame 2

Guilt and Shame 2

Guilt and Shame After Severe Injuries to Others or Ourselves 1. Car accidents with death or injury. 2. Drowning deaths in children. 3. Preventable death or morbidity from illness discovered too late. 4. Wartime killing, both direct and indirect. 5. Lack of information...
Forgiving Yourself Confession/Prayer

Forgiving Yourself Confession/Prayer

Forgiving Yourself Self-Forgiveness is sticky theologically because we have no authority to forgive ourselves, only God can do it. However, we often speak of “being hard on ourselves,” “beating myself up about it,” etc. Therefore, if we speak to ourselves with such...
Forgiving Others

Forgiving Others

Forgiveness is a choice.  Forgiveness is not a feeling.  Truth is you don’t often feel like forgiving, but doing so is always an act of your will.  While much can be accomplished through a single declaration of forgiveness, it rarely is a one-time transaction.  You...

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