Listen to the Emotional Wisdom of Your Muscles and Experience a Deeper Level of Healing
You know a lot about the emotions in your mind and heart, but you probably don’t know much about the emotions in your muscle body. The muscles are storehouses of emotion, and pain in those muscles is how your body reveals what needs to be healed—both emotionally and physically. Organized by muscle groups, The Body Heals Itself is your ideal guide to understanding the link between your emotions and muscle bodies.
This book acts as a road map for the energetic journey within your own body, showing you how to recognize and release stored emotions to let go of pain. You’ll discover which emotions are often paired with a specific muscle area and how muscles speak of everything from past traumas to current celebrations. Using stretches, affirmations, visualizations, and more, Emily A. Francis teaches you to unite your mind and body for better health and emotional well-being.
The Body Heals Itself: How Deeper Awareness of Your Muscles and Their Emotional Connection Can Help You Heal
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Allied Universal, a leading facility services company and the largest security force in North America, together with John Jay College and the Metropolitan Healthcare Security Directors Association (MHSDA), will host a “Plan to Live” seminar to educate healthcare providers on best practices to handle an active shooter situation and other threats. The free seminar will be held Tues., May 16, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the college’s Moot Court at 899 10th Avenue, New York City.
“Active shooters are not the only risks that healthcare facilities face,” said Kevin Francis, Business Development Specialist, Allied Universal. “Healthcare facilities may encounter aggressive assailants, bomb threats, and terrorist attacks. Our seminar provides tips and information from leading experts to help them prepare for, survive and recover from an attack.”
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Forty-five million people – or 1 in 7 Americans – are living in poverty in the United States today. It often takes just one misfortune or one missed paycheck to change an individual or family’s life causing them to fall below the poverty line. Today, Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) launches #End45 – Raise a Hand to End Poverty in America, a national initiative to help shine a spotlight on the issue and the millions of others in need or struggling to make ends meet.
Timed to coincide with Pope Francis’s visit to the United States in late September and to align with his commitment to helping the poor, #End45 – Raise a Hand to End Poverty in America encourages individuals to show support for the cause by taking a picture of their hand with “#End45” written on the palm and posting it to their social media channels using the hashtag #End45.
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Marko Stout is a contemporary New York City artist best known for his urban female figurative works. He holds advanced degrees in anatomy and medicine- drawing inspiration from many artists such as Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, New York Street art and utilizing his past skills as a medical illustrator, Marko creates a stimulating narrative of the contemporary urban female.
Currently exhibited art works of New York
City artist Marko Stout. Marko Stout is a contemporary New York City
artist best known for his urban female figurative works. He holds
advanced degrees in anatomy and medicine- drawing inspiration from many
artists such as Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Lichtenstein, contemporary
New York street art and utilizing his past skills as a medical
illustrator Marko creates a stimulating narrative of the contemporary
urban female. His subjects often appear in a moderate state of
distress, overwhelmed by their modern high tech and stressed
environment, while maintaining a cool elegant and sexy demeanor of a
sophisticated twenty-first century city dweller. His works are now
featured in numerous fine art galleries of New York City, Chicago, San
Francisco and Miami, as well as London, Berlin, Australia and India. As
well as solo shows in the SOHO and Chelsea areas of New York. Marko Stout 2012 Collection, Marko Stout Art Gallery, LLC, New York City. http://www.MarkoStout.com http://www.MarkoNYC.com
Haiti’s Francis mango is back for a short six to eight weeks at Whole Foods Market. Starting now and for a limited time, shoppers will find this exclusive Fair Trade™ Certified fruit under the grocer’s Whole Trade program, which drives meaningful dollars into the struggling Haitian economy. Whole Foods Market is the sole buyer of Fair Trade Certified mangos and purchases the fruit from small Haitian growers, sometimes buying from a family with just one tree. The Whole Trade Guarantee ensures growers receive equitable pay – a key point since this mango crop is often the only source of cash income for many of these farmers. Additionally, many stores will offer organic Haitian mangos. This is the third year the company has brought Whole Trade Haitian mangos to stores, and Whole Foods Market is working to expand the number of growers it works with, providing more mangos to shoppers and more money in Haitian grower’s pockets.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/49714-whole-foods-market-haitian-mangos-fair-trade-certified-fruit
Hell Is Real motivates Christians who have grown complacent in their view of hell. Jones believes that the reason most Christians don’t tell their friends about Jesus has nothing to do with not knowing how-it’s because they don’t think they need to. Learn about the book here, http://bit.ly/nQxWOG Learn about this author here, http://www.brianjones.com/ Spiritual Formation
When Ronnie Wilson learns of Jesus’ sacrifice, he wants to give Jesus a gift in return. But how can he get it to heaven? With each attempt he performs a simple act of service for someone in need, and eventually learns that what is done for the least in God’s kingdom is done for Jesus himself. Learn more about this book here, http://bit.ly/hTpdCN and its author here, http://www.FrancisChan.com Religious, Children’s Christian fiction
Saint Francis and the Nativity is an engaging story that weaves together the history of the first nativity with the fictional story of a young shepherd boy, who helps Saint Francis of Assisi find a way to visually display the true meaning of Christmas. There are suggested family activities in the back of the book. Learn more about the book here: http://bit.ly/9YOCB8 and its author here: http://bit.ly/9rI4f5 and its illustrator here: http://bit.ly/db8sR1