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Day of Healing and Stress Reduction


Join Pamela, intuitive energy healer! Pamela’s modality peers through the layers of the mind, body and soul to tap into the true cause of energetic blockages within the etheric field. Her unique gifts allow not only for the clearing and balancing of chakras, but the uncovering of their root of their imbalance.


20 minute or 1 hour appointments available. Saturday, Dec 5th - 1pm-5pm.


Please call in advance to reserve your spot, Pamela’s spots fill up quickly!


Call 201-904-2273, or visit healthstopnj.com for more information Hour long sessions are also available anytime by appointment and prepaid gift certificates for sessions will receive 10% off through Dec 31st 2020!


30 Second Change By Turīya


In this excerpt from her book Unrea-


sonable Joy: Awakening Through Trikaya Buddhism author Turīya writes about her ‘power up’exercise the 30 Second Change– it is an original tool changing the energy when you’re feeling drained and over- whelmed. The 30 Second Change will help you refocus and accomplish more… During an NHL hockey game, the


average ice time for a player per shift is 30 seconds. When a player hits the ice, he


gives all of his strength and his full focus, because in 30 seconds,multiple goals can be scored, and games can bewon or lost. Then he sits for a few minutes and gets up to do it again. While most of us won’t be strapping on a pair of ice skates


anytime soon, we can power up our lives with a 30 second change. If we give our full attention, we have the ability to accomplish a multitude of tasks in 30 seconds. Here are 9 things that can be done in 30 seconds: •Walk around the room to get your blood flowing • Catch your breath after vigorous exercise by breathing deeply


• File the papers on your desk • Stretch your neck, shoulders and touch your toes •Write a short email • Tell a joke and laugh • Create clarity so you can see your next step • Center your awareness in gratitude •Meditate and dissolve in Samadhi In our fast-paced world, on a planet that’s literally rotating


at 1000 miles per hour and traveling around the sun at 67,000 mph, it often feels like we don’t have time to do anything.We attempt tomulti-task, butwhat really happens iswe rush through our to-do listwithout focusing on any one task and thenwe have to fix the mistakes caused by our lack of attention.


20 • InnerRealmMagazine.com • 845-359-6902 What we don’t realize in our mission to get it all done fast


is thatwe aremore efficientwhenwe do one task at a time. Even a computer’s CPU, which gives the illusion of multi-tasking, really does only one function at a time; it just does it very quickly and switches between programs seamlessly. The next time you feel frazzled and moving in great haste,


stop for 30 seconds. Time yourself, because 30 seconds ismuch longer than youmay think. Take deep breaths and allowyourself to feel the air fill and empty from your lungs. Focus on all the little things bringing you joy in this presentmoment.Give thanks for all you have right now. This allows us to find the calm center in the middle of the storm of life. After 30 seconds, look at your to-do list and pick one task.


(Don’t have a to-do listwritten down?Make that your first task.) Like a hockey player, give that activity your full focus and strength for 30 seconds. You might be surprised how after 30 seconds; you can keep going. Maintain this same intensity of focus for 10 minutes and notice how much you get done. Perhaps after 10 or 15 minutes you’ll need to check your


messages or email.Give the task of checkingmessages your full attention. Then switch to the next item on the list, again giving your entire focus to whatever you need to do. When you get lost in the hustle and your focus begins to


waver, stop for 30 seconds to make a change by resting in your center. Practice Pointer What can you accomplish in 30 second bursts?


Turīya is a Buddhistmonk, teacher, and


author who, despite living with chronic pain, founded the Dharma Center of Trikaya Bud- dhism in San Diego in 1998 to share her path. For over 25 years, she has taught thousands of students how to meditate, trained teachers, and helped people discover the unreasonable joy of our true nature. Her new book Unrea- sonable Joy: Awakening through Trikaya Bud- dhism (Electric Bliss) is a published in


October. https://turiyabliss.com Printedwith permission fromthe publisher at Electric Bliss.


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