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I will be doing a few seminars over the next month. I am attaching the itinerary below.

This is a great opportunity to expose friends and acquaintances to the wonderful benefits of having the SRC4U software.

In order to spread the word and get more people involved with personal stress relief, I will have some special offers only available to those who attend.

This is mainly a Western run; but I am open to visiting places East of the Mississippi. If you can get a group of 10 or more together, I will be looking to fill dates from the middle of September thru the middle of October.

I can be reached by email at: pleasecontactray@gmail.com

 

   RAY SEMINAR SCHEDULE   
DATE LOCATION TIME VENUE CONTACT EMAIL PHONE
Sat Jul 16th Fort Walton Beach FL 6:30pm 23 Mooney Road Fort Walton Beach FL 32547 Lydia Williams softhawk16@gmail.com 850-621-4614
Wed Jul 20th Dallas TX 6pm Neurofeedback Center 12850 Spurling Dr Ste-110 Dallas TX 75230 Kevin Green stpatrice705@yahoo.com 972-805-7991
Sun Jul 24th Phoenix AZ 1pm Towerpoint RV Resort 4860 E. Main Street Mesa, AZ 85205 Jeannie Curtis Jeannie_curtis@yahoo.com 480-962-4022
Fri Aug 5th Denver CO 6pm 9085 E Mineral Circle Centennial, CO 80112 Lana Heller lanaheller@gmail.com 720-341-5943
Sat Aug 13th Oklahoma City OK 2pm 2215 NW 21 St OKC OK 73107 Constance Thompson constance1313@cox.net 405-525-1313
Mon Aug 15th Fort Walton Beach FL 7pm 23 Mooney Road Fort Walton Beach FL 32547 Lydia Williams softhawk16@gmail.com 850-621-4614

 

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Here is my acronym for the word stress:
Something triggers real energy sapping signals

We will look at ways to eliminate negative energetic residue from past stress in a future post. For now, let us take a look at some things we can do to eliminate or at least curtail some stress negativity. In the stressful world that we live in, it is important to find ways to decrease and prevent stressful incidents and decrease negative reactions to stress.
For this post, I will address:

Time Management

Here are some ways to improve your time management:

  • Focus, concentrate and delegate.
  • Schedule time for personal activities.
  • Use a planner to keep track of how you are spending your time.
  • Prioritize your day according to the most productive output.
  • Don’t overcommit to projects and activities.
  • Using a planner will also help to overcome procrastination.

Use time management to accomplish more.
Use time management to spend more quality time with friends and family.
Using time management can significantly reduce future stressful events.

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Anxiety is a major cause of stress and stress is a major cause of anxiety.

Anxiety in this definition stems from negative emotional response.
And then it feeds upon itself. The negative emotions create more stress which leads to more anxiety and so on.
As the emotional impact of stress escalates, physical response can be detrimental to the corporeal system. Nausea, chest pains, increased blood pressure, gastro-intestinal dysfunction are all possible symptomatic responses to elevated stress.

The physical distress can then lead back to increased emotional anxiety; and, in some cases, major issues.

Anxiety disorders cab be broken down into phobias, panic disorders, generalized anxiety disorders, and obsessive compulsive disorders. Someone who is suffering from a phobia will have an abnormal amount of fear of a specific object or situation. People who have phobias tend to have extensive imaginations, and realize that their fear is often irrational.

People who have anxiety will generally have a sense of dread. A number of voluntary and involuntary processes will take place in the body, and the goal of these processes is to get the organism away from the source that is causing it to have anxiety. Thus the flight aspect of the fight or flight response.

Anxiety is an important emotion, and some people experience mild anxiety over what others consider normal daily experiences. For example, some people have abnormal negative responses to bad odors and tastes, including elevated blood flows to the hippocampus and amygdala areas of the brain.

While anxiety is normal, when a person has excessive amounts of it, they can develop a condition known as anxiety disorder. To repeat, anxiety disorders are broken down into phobias, panic disorders, generalized anxiety disorders, and obsessive compulsive disorders.

Generalized anxiety disorders are common, and effect a much larger portion of the population than you might think. They affect both men and women. and are characterized by long periods of anxiety that are not related to any specific object or situation.

With the obsessive compulsive disorder, the individual will have an obsession or compulsion when it comes to specific types of behavior. People who suffer from this disorder will see the need to do something obsessively in order to reduce their anxiety. Many people who have this disorder need to be extremely clean, and are afraid of germs. To reduce their anxiety, they will wash their hands numerous times in a single day.

There are two primary methods that are used to help those who are suffering from anxiety, and this is either therapy or prescription medications.

I pose an alternative solution. All stress leaves residue in the energetic field of the human body.

Use positive energetic signals to neutralize the negative energetic anomalies, and stress is reduced as well as anxiety.

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One definition says: mental or emotional pressure that causes strain on an individual. Another definition says: to subject to pressure or strain. In reality stress initiators are not limited to mental and emotional. Spiritual, environmental, physical are all adjectives that can be attached to the word stress. Normally we do not utter the word stress until our coping mechanism has reached overload. But that does not mean that we are not subject to the ravages of stress before reaching the limits. Here are some of the physical responses that have been known to result from stress:

  1. Elevated blood pressure
  2. Accelerated breathing patterns
  3. Gastrointestinal disruption
  4. Elevated heart/pulse rates
  5. Compromised immune system
  6. Abnormal sleep function
  7. Disturbance in the systemic blueprint of our anatomy 

Those are but a few of the physiological responses to stress. There are many anomalies in our energy field that we are unaware of when we reach a level of DISTRESS. According to a study done by Stanford University, 90% of all DISEASE stems from stress. Therefore, we can extrapolate that DISTRESS can lead to DIS-EASE. Understanding energy flow in the human body is a major key to the prevention of excessive and potentially debilitating distress.

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Welcome to our blog! Stay tuned for upcoming posts!

- The SRC4U Team

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