Stepping off the proverbial hamster wheel

Your everyday routines are comfortable, and chances are you do OK with them. Yes humans do thrive on routine. However being in autopilot mode, means that doing the same old thing every day will create the same old results. It is like being stuck in the proverbial hamster wheel.

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Rachelle Trayer
The science of breath to manage stress

Fun fact about breathing: It is one of the only body functions that is both automatic and autonomous - is involuntary and is also able to be controlled. Controlled breathing (deep abdominal breaths) is one of the only and most effective ways to take the body out of "fight or flight" (stress mode) and into "rest and digest" mode.

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Rachelle Trayer
Autumn Equinox 2019

This Thursday (21st of March 2019 at 8:58am AEDT) marks Autumn equinox, the start of the astrological year here in the Southern Hemisphere, marked by the earth's equator lining up directly with the sun.

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Rachelle Trayer
Integration

As we shift our energy and consciousness we can initially feel amazing, noticing what it’s like to feel free from the shackles of old beliefs, behaviours or programs.

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Alex Simpson
Improving Serotonin Without Antidepressants

4 TIPS BY JIMI WOLLUMBIN, DR OF CHINESE MEDICINE

Gut health and the role of probiotics is now something everyone is increasingly aware of as 90% of your serotonin and 50% of your dopamine is in your gut. The use of probiotics for mood disorders is attracting a lot of research of late and the field is referred to as the study of ‘pyshco-biotics’.

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Alex Simpson