Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Here it is yet another heavily overcast gray day in Fargo, ND – again. Forty two degrees. Yes, the air is CLEAN! I told myself before I left my high desert Arizona home nearly three years ago to be sure to pay attention to HOW CLEAN THE AIR IS here! Yep!
I am listening to my cloudy very damp day restoration sound track on YouTube – 3 Hours of Nightingale Singing! It is helping me to be surrounded by songs of a bird I will probably never see in person!
A friend of mine also (re)posted something today I thought maybe readers here might like to know about –
How to Release the Stress stored in our Bodies by Jacob Devaney
“The best doctor is already within you. There is no replacement for cultivating a practice that heals, replenishes, and relaxes you from the in-side, out. There are numerous yoga poses that can help you on your journey of releasing this stress, anxiety, and fear stored within your psoas. Yoga calls this “the muscle of the soul” so any focus here is sure to give great results to your overall well-being. Yoga International seems to have a comprehensive list of photos and descriptions of poses that can start you on your journey.”
I admit that I have never practiced yoga. Will I begin today? Not sure. But reading this article helps me understand I DO have some untried options to help me I do not quite know why even ATTEMPTING yoga feels so intimidating to me?
Probably because it’s an unknown. It’s something I would rather begin in the company of other people – very SAFE and super friendly and encouraging other people!
Maybe if I had a printer and could print the yoga instructions so I had them next to me way down there on the FLOOR (of all places) I would at least TRY this pose for the betterment of my Psoas muscle. Meanwhile – what I really want to do is listen to nightingales singing while I take a very cool and cloudy day nap!
If you haven’t seem this – take a browse! This is MY style of “working out” and I SO MISS THIS!”
Here is our first book out in ebook format. Click here to view or purchase–
It lists for $2.99 and can be read by Amazon Prime customers without charge. A daring book – for daring readers – about a really tough subject.
“Story Without Words is a forensic biography/autobiography in which the author, Linda Danielson, explores three generations of her family history to help understand the horrific abuse she was subjected to from birth at her mother’s hands. Her mother Mildred had a psychotic break while delivering Linda, her second of six children and the only one of whom she targeted directly for abuse. The delivery culminated in Mildred being convinced that Linda had been sent by the devil to kill her, and until Linda left home at age 18 for boot camp, she was subjected to unrelenting abuse.
“Story Without Words is a creative and compassionate exploration of early factors that may have contributed to Mildred’s abusive trajectory. The author seeks to give words to her experiences as a child abuse survivor; Story Without Words is unique in providing the words of the abuser and the abused in one volume. The author seeks to provide insight for others who were themselves abused, professionals who wish to learn more about the inner world of survivors, and concerned individuals who wish to help stop the storm of child abuse in our society.”
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