What’s in My Pocket – Cafecito Break 6-1-20

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10 strategies for coping with grief

"Grief is a personal experience, unique to each mourner and unique to each loss. Grief comes in waves, as times of peace and calm are suddenly shattered by overpowering emotion. The following strategies provide a few suggestions to help you ride out the waves as you cope with your grief." - Read Source Article...

  1. Take time out.
  2. Avoid making major decisions.
  3. Talk.
  4. Express yourself creatively.
  5. Honor your loved one's memory.
  6. Take care of your physical health.
  7. Avoid using chemicals to numb your feelings.
  8. Have fun.
  9. Plan ahead for special occasions.
  10. Reach out.

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Health Care Workers & Their Families - Add'tl Resources

Source: Robert Sapien, MD, MMM CMO, sapienWELLNESS, LLC

In order to help healthcare providers, I have designed free downloadable audio self-hypnosis sessions specifically for them. Please see link below. They are less than 20 minutes each. There is a session to prepare before a shift, and a session to listen to after leaving a shift.

Hypnosis is completely safe and incredibly calming. The deep calm that hypnosis provides allows a person to function at optimal levels of body and mind and even access flow states. Hypnosis activates the parasympathetic system which brings about a state of perceived safety for the body. When a person is in this state, the immune system functions at peak levels, cognitive processing is enhanced and people respond to circumstances with greater kindness and compassion. As always, never listen to a self-hypnosis process while driving or operating machinery.

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Please feel free to forward the links to your healthcare providers. Of course, there is no-cost. Hopefully, at least some of your healthcare providers will find them useful.

COVID-19 Add'tl Resources

Source: Robert Sapien, MD, MMM CMO, sapienWELLNESS, LLC

This self-hypnosis audio is intended only as a complement or adjunct to prescribed medical care of a COVID-19 patient. Please let users know that the self- hypnosis process is about 20 minutes in length and it is not to be used when operating machinery or driving an automobile.


Please feel free to forward the links to your healthcare providers, their patients, their patients' families. For that matter, please send it to anyone you know with COVID-19 and their family. Of course, there is no cost. Again, thank you. You are in our thoughts and we are sending you positive intentions,

Cup of Wisdom Recommendations

Quan Yin’s Prayer for the Abuser

To those who withhold refuge,
I cradle you in safety at the core of my Being.
To those that cause a child to cry out,
I grant you the freedom to express your own choked agony.
To those that inflict terror,
I remind you that you shine with the purity of a thousand suns.
To those who would confine, suppress, or deny,
I offer the limitless expanse of the sky.
To those who need to cut, slash, or burn,
I remind you of the invincibility of Spring.
To those who cling and grasp,
I promise more abundance than you could ever hold onto.
To those who vent their rage on small children,
I return to you your deepest innocence.
To those who must frighten into submission,
I hold you in the bosom of your original mother.
To those who cause agony to others,
I give the gift of free flowing tears.
To those that deny another’s right to be,
I remind you that the angels sang in celebration of you

on the day of your birth.
To those who see only division and separateness,
I remind you that a part is born only by bisecting a whole.
For those who have forgotten the tender mercy of a mother’s embrace,
I send a gentle breeze to caress your brow.
To those who still feel somehow incomplete,
I offer the perfect sanctity of this very moment.

My show notes with "little Lana"

My @Gushin with our Digeridoo

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