Stress – Part 3 of 3

In Part 1 of our series on Stress we gave you a measuring stick to help evaluate where you might be on the stress level scales. In Part 2 we explained how it is our physical bodies that takes the brunt and toil of stress, not our consciousness. It is important to understand that this body is the vehicle consciousness uses to get around in this school and it behooves us to pay close attention to its needs. In this the final Part 3 of the Stress Series we offer 4 different areas of suggestions and solutions to help you keep your stress levels at a minimum.

1. G-Systems International offers services to help you identify what causes YOU the most stress and where in YOUR body the stress weakens YOUR physical systems.

Click here for a detailed description of The Bicircadian Health Profile.

2. We have access to thousands of nutritional supplements that are not always available in your local health food stores and we can have them shipped right to your door. As part of the Bicircadian Health Profile we design a supplement program that addresses your specific requirements.

3. Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils are personal favorites and we believe that these pure botanical oils will be the medicine of the future. We have been an enthusiastic distributor for Young Living Essential Oils for over fifteen years and find their quality to be unsurpassed in the industry. Two of the best stress reducing oils are Lavender and a blend called Peace and Calming. Instant pure relief in a bottle that you can carry in your pocket or purse. Call us to find out how you can purchase these oils.

4. Relief can be found by simply taking a break. Go away for awhile. The situation will be there when you get back or maybe not if you’re gone long enough. Get into nature and hold a living leaf or blades of grass in your left hand (spiritual input hand) for just a few minutes. Connecting with Mother Nature is always calming. Place yourself in a completely dark and quiet space for 5 minutes. Turn off your TV, your cell phone or your computer and put on some music. Put down that newspaper and read a great book (We have one called Life in The World Hereafter – The Journey Continues by Gregge Tiffen). Throw out the junk food and eat healthy. When you need a physical release have sex, run or walk a mile, roll up a newspaper and beat your floor while screaming to the top of your lungs. Do something that allows the pent up stress to be released from your body. Don’t allow it to stay in there and continue its damage. Drink lots of water to flush your system, neutralize the stress, and open your fuel lines. Get a good nights sleep even if it means getting to bed earlier. Get creative with your stress release techniques as the creative process itself can be very calming.