Yoga For Quality Life

What would you be prepared to pay to have a healthier, fitter, stronger and stress-resistant body? What price would you be prepared to pay to enjoy these remarkable benefits?
We might even ask ‘What’s the real price for a better quality of life?’

image (18)And these are good questions because people seem to be more than willing to pay a small fortune for cosmetic surgery, for expensive drugs to help them cope with life’s vicissitudes and for counselling when things go wrong. But what if there were a better way to achieve all of these worthy aims? The answer might surprise you because the solution can be found in the ancient practices and teachings of Yoga. Surprised? Well, let’s accept that Yoga is far more than a gentle form of stretching and exercising the body. The main aim of the system is to integrate all the different parts that make up the human entity and bring them into a state of sustained harmony. That means bringing the mind and body into a state of natural balance, correcting the posture, learning to breathe, calming the mind and mastering our emotions. Sounds like a tall order but that’s why Yoga is offered as a lifetime pursuit. The more you practise the methods, the more you gain. And the more you gain, the more you realise you can benefit from further practice. It’s a beautifully virtuous cycle and the benefits can transform your life. Certain postures, for example, certainly support a calmer state of mind and this can lead in turn to much greater resistance to stress.

cover (2)But we all have to start at the beginning and that usually means accepting the physical limitations that mark the beginning of our practice. Gradually, with daily repetition of the basics, with patience and persistence, the rewards reveal themselves. We develop greater flexibility. A lot of the old aches and pains disappear. We feel lighter, more mobile. Our energy levels receive a very welcome boost. We sleep better. We digest our food more efficiently. The world starts to look a little different as you take better control of your fears and your over-active stress response. Your posture begins to change. You look younger, more energised, more at peace with yourself and the world around you.

And what price would you pay for these wonderful gifts? Just a few minutes a day. That’s all. As you begin to feel the benefits, you’ll naturally want to do more and this is a normal part of the evolutionary pathway of Yoga. In a short time, you move from practising Yoga as a pastime to living Yoga as a natural extension of your everyday life. And it feels wonderful.

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Understanding Yoga

cover (2)Have you ever dreamed of discovering the elixir of youthful and enduring beauty? many of must believe in it because there are plenty of cosmetics companies that are willing to spend an absolute fortune advertising their creams and potions as the secret promise of renewed youthfulness but, for the most part, they’re only offering a thin disguise to hide the ravages of time! But is there a better way to offset the effects of ageing and restore a more natural state of youthfulness and vitality to our bodies and to our complexions?

We know that stress ages the body at an accelerated rate. We know that poor nutrition adds to the severity of the problem. But we often experience problems in the form of aches and pains that are a result of poor mobility and a consequent loss of flexibility. How many of us sit for hours at a time in a fixed position in front of a computer screen? Poor posture and a lack of movement conspire to rob us of our suppleness and produce a host of unpleasant side effects. This is where Yoga can transform our lives. The gentle application of the poses and stretches can reverse the challenges of our poor posture and help us to become much calmer, more centred, more balanced and much more resistant to stress. Turn down the stress response and our bodies respond by working much more efficiently than before. We soon discover that the daily practice of Yoga can turn back the hands of time and lend a youthfulness to our bodies and faces that has to be experienced to be believed.

Learning to relax really works. For example, an early experiment in clinical hypnosis encouraged the volunteers to imagine that they were going back in time, regressing all the way back to the age of five. The change in their faces was quite remarkable as they naturally appeared so much younger. Tense muscles relaxed. Frown lines disappeared as their facial expressions took on a childlike appearance. The results were recorded and it’s fascinating to observe how much of a difference can be achieved simply by encouraging an individual to relax and let go of their daily habits of stress and tension. You may have seen pictures of Yogis whose age is impossible to determine because they express such a profound sense of calm and wellbeing. It is a completely natural condition and one of the great rewards of taking a few minutes a day to practise the ancient methods of Yoga. You do not have to be flexible. You just have to be able to sit and it really is possible to adapt most of the beginner’s postures to suit almost everyone. Then, with a little patience and daily practice, the real miracles begin to show up. Most of us benefit enormously from the improvements in our posture and flexibility. We learn to breathe more naturally. Our digestion improves. The old familiar signs of stress begin to slip away and we discover new ways of moving and holding ourselves. This natural re-alignment of your body can eliminate countless sources of pain, unlocking cramped muscles and pinched nerves, improving blood flow and aiding concentration. Once you discover the benefits of daily, gentle practice, the habit becomes natural and automatic and you’ll look forward to this precious oasis of calm that you create for yourself every single day. It really is never too late to start but today would be the best day of all to begin your own personal exploration of your real potential. The results could simply astound you as they’ve astounded countless numbers of practitioners before. It’s one of the most wonderful ways to restore humans to their most natural condition. And it feels wonderful.

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Sleep Better

We seem to be living in an age where normal sleep has been largely forgotten. I really don’t meet too many people these days who enjoy a good night’s rest and it’s time we did something positive to address this problem.

images (1)If you visit your doctor and complain about a lack of sleep, there’s a high probability that you’l get a prescription for medication that will put you into a chemically-induced sleep – a condition that is far from natural and prone to unfortunate side effects. Is there a more natural alternative that will keep us at a safe distance from the drugs and still help us to experience the wonders of a great night’s sleep? Of course there is! You’re probably well aware that there is a long and ancient tradition of using herbs and plants to promote sleep but that might not be the best way to ensure a peaceful night’s repose, especially in the long term. We need a more fundamental approach to developing better habits when we go to bed and that starts with our sleeping environment.

Most bedrooms are far too bright. Does that surprise you? Bright light from bedside lamps, television sets, laptops or mobile phones tends to stimulate your brain and encourage your body to wake up. This is the exact opposite of how you want to feel when you get into bed. Blue light is a particular problem because, like daylight, it sends a potent wake-up signal to the brain. So you need to lower the lights and remove all those brightly-lit gadgets from your sleeping quarters. That’s a pretty good starting point. But there’s more.

IMG_4428As a species, we developed some very effective defence responses to keep us alive and that includes our ancient reactions to things that go bump in the night. An unsual noise can not only wake us instantly from a deep sleep but it can trigger a release of adrenaline in preparation to meet some threat or danger in the night. You might consider wearing ear plugs because it’s important to reduce the background noise of air-conditioning units, radiators, creaking floorboards or the host of other sounds that can infiltrate our senses and disturb our sleep.

The next piece of advice is a little more controversial and it’s the subject of pets. Having animals on the bed is a mistake for lots of good reasons and I know that many people will simply shake their heads in disbelief and ignore this advice completely. And that’s fine. As long as you’ve read the advice and decided to ignore it, you’re making an informed decision and choosing what you feel is best for you. If you insist on having animals in the bedroom, you might consider makiing up a bed for them on the floor because their movement can disturb you and wake you up and that’s not the best way to respect your need for a great night’s sleep.

Ultimately, you need to create a routine and an environment that are perfectly aligned with good sleep. This will hep you to experience the best possible results every night and enable you to wake up feeling completely refreshed and restored. If there is anything in the bedroom that’s interfering with your sleep, remove it. I’m not sure that this advice applies specifically to spouses and I wouldn’t want to provide an excuse for you to park your beloved on the sofa downstairs – with the dog – for the night! But, in the interests of a good night’s rest, it might be one alternative to consider!

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Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

1022016514mMK3V4vL._SX398_BO1,204,203,200_When was the last time you had a great night’s sleep? The fact is that very few people actually sleep well. Does that surprise you or did you think you were the only one who wakes up bleary-eyed and needing a few more hours in bed? We’re not talking about full-blown insomnia, where the sufferers usually need some form of medication to sedate them for the sake of their health and sanity. We’re referring to the more common varieties of disturbed or restless sleep that leave you feeling muzzy-headed and half-asleep in the mornings. And it’s more widespread than you might suspect.

Part of the problem can be attributed to the increasing levels of stress that everyone seems to be enduring these days. No doubt about it – stress is a major culprit when it comes to losing out on a good night’s sleep. People complain of tossing and turning, unable to relax, chewing over their problems and difficulties in the small hours instead of resting in a deep and refreshing slumber. But is this inevitable? Do we have to let things slide until the only solution is a foil packet of sleeping pills by the bedside and the risk of side-effects and possible addiction? Well, if we can learn to relax before we hit the sack, there’s a much greater chance that we’ll discover the joys of truly restful sleep. And how, you may ask, do we do that? The answer lies in developing a routine before you go to bed each night. You develop an incredibly positive habit that creates a fabulous expectation that, as soon as you step into your bedroom, you begin to wind down. You build the expectation that you’re going to welcome a great night’s sleep. Keep the bedroom tidy. Avoid all alcohol for at least four hours before you go to bed. It will wake you up! Remove all the clutter. Banish the TV, laptop, cell phone and anything that could disturb you. The bedroom is fa place or relaxation and sleep. A temple of calm and stillness. No fighting or arguing. No food either. Take a warm bath or shower and let the water wash away the cares and worries of the day. Use subdued lighting. Remove all blue lights, no matter how small, since they trigger responses in the brain that make you wake up. Practise the art of relaxing every muscle in your body, breathing more deeply and gently until you start to feel the calming effects of letting go of your stress. Breathe and tell yourself that you are going to sleep really deeply and well. Say to yourself that you’re going to wake up feeling totally refreshed and ready for whatever the day may bring.

These techniques have been very well researched and they’re very, very effective. The more you practise them, the easier they will seem, and the more noticeable the results. Most of our stress behaviour is really a deeply-embedded habit. Once you get into the habit of relaxing before bed and releasing all the physical stress, you’ll be amazed how much better you sleep. And you’ll start to wake up feeling better than you ever imagined possible. Great sleep is an essential element in the campaign for better health and it’s a fundamental contributor to an enhanced sense of daily wellbeing. Take up the habit of perfect sleep and start to feel wonderful every single day. You deserve it!

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Tame Your Stress Response

image (16)One of the questions that turns up in my E-Mail more often than others is the ever-popular topic of how to reduce the daily stress that characterises our modern, technoloigically-advanced lives. We just don’t seem to be able to handle our stress. Isn’t that strange? Just think about that for a moment. We’ve made extraordinary advances in our knowledge and understanding of so many fascinating areas of discovery. We have access to more knowledge than any other generation in the history of our species. We have virtually instantaneous communication with people all around the world. We’re linked by satellites, by fiber-optic cables, by microwave signals, all at the touch of a button on a handheld device. Yet, with all this extraordinary technological development, we’re still essentially the same creatures that were wandering around the plains of Africa for hundreds of thousands of years. The speed of our technological advances has not been matched by our capacity to adapt to the relentless pace of all these marvellous changes. And one of the consequences has been a disturbing rise in our stress levels.

If we look back only twenty-five years, the number of people suffering from adrenal stress was estimated to be around twenty percent of the total test sample. Now it’s over ninety percent. Yet this worrying increase in adrenal stress cases has gone largely unnnoticed. We could describe it as an epidemic because it’s so widespread yet it remains for the most part an invisible condition. The symptoms have become so familiar that people rarely notice that anything is wrong. Until we cross a fine threshold and the body rebels as our health begins to suffer. The rewal quaetion in the face of this dilemma is to ask whether we can do something about it.
And the answer is ‘Yes’. Most definitely – Yes.

Humans have been facing danger and uncertainty for hundreds of thousands of years. If we hadn’t successfully image (35)adapted to the stresses and dangers of life on the wild savannahs of ancient Africa, we simply wouldn’t be here today. Evolutionary biologists have estimated that our modern stress response probably developed around fifty to sixty thousand years ago. The increase in adrenaline and cortisol levels, blood diverted from the digestive system, senses focused narrowly on the threat or danger – all the familiar symptoms of the human stress response. But this very expensive defence mechanism was only intended to last for a few minutes – long enough for our distant ancestors to face the threat or escape. It was a life-saving response to a potentially lethal threat. Once the danger was past, our ancestors engaged a simple mechanism to disarm the stress levels in their bodies. Despite all of our technological sophistication, this response is still very much hard-wired into all humans today. Our ancestors would breathe out heavily, probably grunting loudly as they exhaled, and they would relax their shoulders. This powerful signal switched off the stress response and restored our ancestors to normal, optimal functioning. And the same instinctive method works just as well today as it did fifty thousand years ago. Our bodies are essentially the same today as they were back then. The method triggers the same ancient responses that equipped our ancestors to let go of their stress in only a minute or two. That’s how they survived. Try it for yourself. Breathe out deeply – loudly if you prefer! – and relax your shoulders. It’s so incredibly simple, so deceptively low-tech, yet so dramtically effective. Use it whenever the first hints of stress creep into your posture. It’s a game changer and one of the most natural and powerful mechanisms for taming your stress response. And it’s absolutely free.

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Quantity or A Quality Sleep

cover (5)Do you feel that you’re stresed? Let me give you a clue. One of the most revealing signs of stress is an inability to sleep well. Whilst there are many causes for poor sleep that range from trapped nerves to restricted breathing to painful joints and muscles, a surprising number of people simply don’t sleep well because they’re stressed. It may be a question of quantity – not having enough hours of sleep for your mind and body to fully recover. Or it may be a question of the quality of your sleep. And how can you tell whether you’re getting enough in terms of both quantity and quality? It shows up in the way you feel when you wake up. If you wake easily and feel refreshed, that’s a very good sign that you’ve slept well. If you still feel tired and have the feeling that you could use some more time in bed, the chances are that you haven’t slept well. And it shows.

Fatigue is a killer. More road accidents are caused by fatigue than by drugs or alcohol. That translates into a startling fact: if you’re tired, you’re more dangerous on the road than someone who’s been drinking. Think about that for a moment. More accidents are caused by fatigue than by alcohol. Yet you’ll get into a car and drive even when you’re yawning and feeling sluggish and far from adequately refreshed.

There’s evidence that a lack of adequate sleep can lead to serious compromises in your health. We know that stress can age the body prematurely but a lack of sleep has also been linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, weight gain, poor concentration, low libido, unhealthy food cravings as well as depression and anxiety. This is not the complete list but I’m sure you’ll get the message: a lack of sleep is bad news for every aspect of your life. So what can we do about it?

get-a-good-nights-sleep-with-melatoninSome of the best methods for ensuring a great night’s sleep encourage us to develop a set routine every night that will gently condition us to relax. The routine means switching off all electronic media at least half an hour before we get into bed and that includes television. It means we learn to relax every muscle in the body and breathe a little more deeply. We keep the bedroom lamps tirned down low and eliminate all blue light from the sleeping environment. We allow enough time to get all the sleep our minds and bodies need. We tell ourselves that we’re going to sleep deeply and peacefully. We remind ourselves that we’re going to wake up feeling wonderfully refreshed and ready for whatever the day may bring. We develop our own personal routines that become habits, simple behaviours that support a great night’s sleep, every night.

The difference to your wellbeing can be profound and the improvement in your health very pleasantly surprising. We’re much moe capable of dealing with stress when we’re refreshed and relaxed. So make a commitment today to start sleeping better than ever before and make every night a truly wonderful, relaxing experience. You deserve it.

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Retire With Health: Is Health the New Wealth?

for gregs blogWhenever somebody mentions the word ‘retirement’, most of us conjure up images of rocking chairs, comfortable slippers and a slow descent into physical and mental decline. It’s a common enough image but it hardly does justice to the real potential of setting yourself free from the labour treadmill. There are plenty of examples of well-prepared individuals who have freed themselves from the necessity of slaving away at the grindstone every day to show us that retirement does not have to wait until we are well into our sixties. Retirement can happen much sooner than that and provide us with fabulous opportunities to live life to the full. It’s an intriguing possibility and one that fully deserves our attention.

Back in the 1950s, a handful of adventurous spirits described their decisions to quit the rat race and travel the world, some with their families, some on their own, each one committed to living a more fulfilling and meaningful life, each one determined to be free from the rigours and pressures of the daily routine. Their journals still survive and their examples provide an inspirational alternative to the soul-destroying monotony of modern life. They found ways to make money, create businesses and enjoy the kind of freedom that most of us only dream about. So, whilst there are thousands of books about the mechanics of retirement, they’re very much aimed at people approaching their middle sixties. But it’s fascinating to consider the possibility of retiring at a much earlier point and this involves a bold and courageous step away from the conventions that insist that we hold down a job regardless of the consequences to our health and happiness. The plain fact is that too many folk slave away at their day jobs for most of their loves and just don’t live long enough to enjoy the benefits of all the years of hard work and dedication.

The message from those pioneering individuals who escaped the chains of the wage slave is that life is simply too short and too precious to be squandered on an unfulfilled existence. Life is worth so much more. Their children attended local schools, became fluent in an impressive array of languages, learned about other cultures and traditions and saw the world from a fresh perspective. IMG_4937The surprising result is that these children achieved remarkable academic success and some even gained access to some of the world’s most prestigious universities. Their educational experience was deeply enhanced by their travels. But is it really possible for anyone to break free from the demands of the treadmill and set themselves on a new and exciting way to live life to the full? Much would depend on the attitude of the individual. Some people, despite their complaints and obvious unhappiness, would prefer the comfort and familiarity of their prison cells. But if the spirit of freedom and adventure still calls from deep within you, it is not too late to break out of the conventional confines of your daily routine and seek the kind of happiness, success and freedom that can make any life a truly extraordinary and deeply fulfilling experience. Seize the day before it’s too late!

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A New Beginning

New YearI love the way we choose one day in the year to make our life-improving declarations – and then completely forget about our resolutions within a couple of weeks! We don’t seem to take these declarations very seriously. And then we slip back into the more familiar way of doing things, resume our old habits and nothing really improves. But you can learn to use the power of a declaration as a means of changing any aspect of your life that you feel isn’t working for you. The secret is to respect your word as if it were something sacred.

I’ve know plenty of people who would happily promise the earth, solemnly give you their word – and then follow up with every imaginable excuse to explain why they couldn’t – or wouldn’t – deliver on their pledge. They never seemed to realise how damaging this behaviour can be, how much it corrodes their power and self-esteem, how much it diminishes their stature. Fortunately, I’ve also met people who undertood how to use their word as if it were an absolute expression of intent: their word had the power of the laws of physics. If they told you they would do something, you knew with complete certainty that whatever they promised would happen.

cover (4)So what’s the difference between these two ways of using your word? The most obvious difference can be summed up in one word – integrity. When the things you say match the things you do, you create a sense of unity between your thoughts and your actions. This is incredibly important when it comes to making your dreams and goals and aspirations a reality. This is not only extraordinarily useful to you but it also happens to be something you can learn. All it takes is practice. You make a statement about what you’re going to do – and then you do it. You can start with very simple things, actions that are easy, things that don’t require a great deal of effort. Practise stating what you’re going to do – and then do it. You’ll soon be connecting the things you say with the actions you take and, as you become accustomed to this powerful connection, you’ll be able to make more meaningful statements of intent. And then, regardless of what anyone else might say, you’ll know with complete certainty that you are going to do exactly what you’ve said you’re going to do. No doubts. No hesitation. No wriggling. No re-interpretation. You will have the power of stating what’s going to happen and you will bring it to fruition. You will have developed a degree of self-control and self-mastery that is quite rare and extremely valuable. Simply by practising the power of your word.

When you apply this ancient technique to something as mundane as a New Year’s resolution, you will choose wisely and carefully because you will know that as soon as you utter your statement of intent, you will automatically engage all of your power and energy to make that goal a reality. Take your word seriously from this moment onwards and turn it into an instrument for success and personal fulfillment.

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Free Your Body from Toxic Deposits

IMG_7647There’s a great deal of interest these days in the concept of detoxing the body and an increasing amout of public awareness in the benefits of removing harmful substances from the body. One of my more recent experiences amply demonstrated the dangers of having harmful elements in the body as well as the advantages of flushing them out of your system.

A year ago, on the advice of my doctor, I had my amalgam fillings removed and replaced with a material that would not compromise my health. Despite the care and skill of the highly-experienced dentist who undertook the work, some of the mercury from the eight amalgam fillings inevitably escaped the confines of my mouth and took the direct route south into my digestive system. The story becomes more interesting when I undertook a major detox exercise IMG_7645later that year, a cleansing programme that resulted in some very uncomfortable and distinctly unpleasant reactions. I felt very unwell and, respecting your sensitivities, that’s putting it as mildly and politely as I can! The reaction became so severe that I was obliged to visit my doctor who initially suspected that I might be suffering from some kind of cardiac disorder. A thorough examination eliminated all the usual suspects and the doctor concluded that I was suffering from mercury poisoning – probably a result of having all of my old fillings removed in two sessions in the space of a few days. The fact that my body had reacted so strongly to the presence of this harmful material made me wonder what else might be lurking in the deeper fatty deposits where so many nasty materials tend to congregate. On a positive note, it’s true that I dropped a lot of weight during the course of the three-week detox and that I felt much healthier and energised at the end of the programme. I also felt reassured by the knowledge that I’d eliminated the source of a lot of potential trouble for my body by enduring the gruelling programme. But then my dear doctor was kind enough to inform me that I had failed miserably to prepare for my de-tox and that my reactions would’ve been much milder if I’d consulted him first and taken some very simple precautions. He recommended a course of vitamins and micro-nutrients to assist my body in dealing with the sudden emergence of all these potentially harmful substances and told me that I should’ve added these supplements to my daily diet for a couple of weeks before entering the detox arena. I’ll know better next time!

cover (3)So, whilst a de-tox programme can produce astonishing benefits in terms of health and wellbeing, it is always wiser to prepare in advance for the possibly unpleasant side-effects of releasing these harmful substances from your organs and deeper fat reserves. That means we can enjoy all of the benefits of cleansing our bodies without the completely avoidable reactions that I suffered during my own encounter with the nasty substances that had been hidden for decades in the uncharted depths of my body. The good news is that once you release this debilitating garbage, your body can be free of its influence forever. And rather than undergoing a three- or four-week programme of radical detoxing, you can approach the issue with a series of shorter sessions and that’s where the famous five-day detox plans can prove to be extremely useful, effective and unobtrusive. If you want to enjoy better health, more energy, better skin condition and a whole new level of wellbeing, check out the Real Five-Day Detox Plan and free your body from its toxic deposits forever.

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How to cope with Holiday Relationship Challenges

Parents‘Nobody’s perfect’, my dear Uncle once said to me with his famous grin. ‘But some of us are much closer to perfection than the rest!’ I loved his sense of humour but he had a point. It’s easy to forget that we’re all human and that means that we’re all subject to the countless imperfections, doubts and fears and foibles that can make us difficult to live with.

Holidays and Relationships are the perfect place to reveal how our idiosyncracies can impact on the people around us and most of the arguments and conflicts that arise between two people are a product of the underlying fears that drive many of our behaviours. All negative reactions flow from our fears. So how do we learn to tame these unpleasant and destructive reactions? It might be easier than you think.
When you feel irritated or annoyed, it’s incredibly helpful to ask yourself what you’re afraid of. This is a very powerful habit to adopt and an effective means to disarm the cycle of anger and arguments that can flare up so easily between two people when they share their lives in close proximity. All anger is an extension of your fear. Reveal the underlying fear and the anger evaporates. It’s as simple as that. If the root of our negative reactions can always be traced to an underlying fear, all we need to do is follow the question ‘What am I really afraid of here?’ and see where the answer leads us. Fear is for the most part a very potent illusion. It is fueled by our emotional energy. When we cut off the fuel supply, it disappears. In a heartbeat.

coverSo, rather than endure the constant strain of conflict and unhappiness that sometimes dominates the holiday season, and too many relationships, let’s disarm the source of our anxieties and frustrations and learn to see ourselves and the people around us through the light of inner peace an calm. It’s one of the simplest yet most effective ways to transform your relationships. Take away the anger and learn to experience a completely new level of communication with yourself and with your loved ones. You all deserve the sustaining nourishment of love and acceptance rather than the toxic intrusion of your fear.

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