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Finding your weak chakras

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$50 USD

We all need to know different energy complexes in our body known as chakras. There are million of small and medium sized nerves emerging from them and controlling our body, mind and emotions.
Whenever there is imbalance in any of our major seven bodily chakras, we suffer from various diseases.
Here is an opportunity to interact one to one LIVE with one of our chakra healers and get to know which chakra or chakras are imbalanced for you.
This is an 30 min home Based guided online meditative program to just know your weak chakras. Proper course on learning the Art of healing them is a 7 day intensive online program.

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121002 E Browns Gulch Rd, Butte, MT 59701, USA

Dr Amar Dev is an experienced and trained psychologist and alternate medicine specialist. His expertise lies in practicing child councelling, Stress and Anxiety treatment, Relationship/Marital Counselling, social-emotional issues, anger, Ocd, depression management etc. He provides holistic treatment based on individualistic astro profiles with councelling and authentic relaxation techniques.

On Core Spirit since May 2020

10 tips to improve your self esteem

*10 tips for improving your self-esteem*

Self-esteem is your opinion of yourself and your abilities. It can be high, low or somewhere in-between. While everyone occasionally has doubts about themselves, low self-esteem can leave you feeling insecure and unmotivated. You might be able to identify a few things that are affecting your opinion of yourself. To improve your self-esteem, here are some tips taken from motivational experts.

*1. Be nice to yourself*

That little voice that tells you you’re killin’ it (or not) is way more powerful than you might think. Make an effort to be kind to yourself and, if you do slip up, try to challenge any negative thoughts. A good rule of thumb is to speak to yourself in the same way that you’d speak to your mates. This can be really hard at first, but practise makes perfect.

*2. You do you*

Comparing yourself to other people is a sure-fire way to start feeling crummy. Try to focus on your own goals and achievements, rather than measuring them against someone else’s.

*3. Get movin’*

Exercise is a great way to increase motivation, practise setting goals and build confidence. Breaking a sweat also cues the body to release endorphins, the feel-good hormones.

*4. Nobody’s perfect*

Always strive to be the best version of yourself, but it’s also important to accept that perfection is an unrealistic goal.

*5. Remember that everyone makes mistakes*

You’ve got to make mistakes in order to learn and grow, so try not to beat yourself up if you forget to hit CTRL+S on a super-important assignment.

*6. Focus on what you can change*

It’s easy to get hung up on all the things that are out of your control, but it won’t achieve much. Instead, try to focus your energy on identifying the things that are within your control and seeing what you can do about them.

*7. Do what makes you happy*

If you spend time doing the things you enjoy, you’re more likely to think positively. Try to schedule in a little you-time every day. Whether that’s time spent reading, cooking or just conking out on the couch for a bit, if it makes you happy, make time for it.

*8. Celebrate the small stuff*

You got up on time this morning. Tick. You poached your eggs to perfection. Winning. Celebrating the small victories is a great way to build confidence and start feeling better about yourself.

*9. Be a pal*

Being helpful and considerate to other people will certainly boost their mood, but it’ll also make you feel pretty good about yourself

*10. Surround yourself with a supportive colleague*

Find people who make you feel good about yourself and avoid those who tend to trigger your negative thinking.

Dr Ashish Anand Dev

Pranic healer

Counselling: Removing the stigma

A few instant thoughts that unsettle most of the people when they hear the word counselling or therapy comprise of “I can resolve my concerns myself why should I talk to someone who knows nothing about me”, “Will I be perceived as insane or psycho if I consult a therapist”, “What if my colleagues at work get to know about my counselling visits that will tarnish my image at work” etc. Working as mental health professionals’ one major challenge we face today is that of clearing the myths about seeking help. Maybe the hesitation persists because there are a few dilemmas that are yet to be addressed. Let us help you understand the need, benefit and intricacies of a counselling process better.

What Is Counselling And Why Do We Need It

Counseling is a talk therapy that allows a person to share his/her difficult feelings and problems. A need for counselling arises when anyone, no matter what age, gender or cultural background struggles with any personal concern ( family discord, marital difficulty, relationship issues, work difficulty, loss, identity, parenting or self-related concern like anger, assertiveness, low self-confidence and the like). A counselor is not there to advise or direct on matters that bother a person. The whole idea of counseling is to EMPOWER individuals through rationalising of thoughts & feelings. Hence a counselor will encourage you to share in a safe and confidential environment, will listen to you intently, understand why you feel a certain way and then help you identify negative thought patterns and replace them with positive thoughts. You will discover coping mechanism and identify plan of action to address your concerns.When a person wants to explore in depth the way he/she reacts, behaves and feels about such concerns, counselling offers a safe space to find a resolve.It is a relief sometimes to be true to ourselves !!

Theta waves: Insomnia treatment

Theta waves are associated with ➤ Increased sense of inner peace and emotional stability ➤ Deep relaxation ➤ Improved memory ➤ Heightened intuition and inspiration ➤ Calms the chatter of your mind ➤ Increased psychic abilities and sense of spiritual connection ➤ Speed healing, improved physical healing ➤ More restful sleep ➤ Release beneficial hormones related to health and longevity ➤ Reduce mental fatigue ➤ Reduction of anxiety and stress

Theta waves should be heard just before sleep.

Listening to 432Hz music resonates inside our body, releases emotional blockages and expands our consciousness. 432Hz allows us to tune into the wisdom of the Universe, Divine Intelligence and our Soul. It creates Unity instead of seperation. It expands our hearts and make us more compassionate and loving.

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