Grounding Yourself Today

What is grounding?

A therapeutic technique involving activities that “ground” or electrically reconnect you with earth.

This exercise help you to absorb the positive energy from the earth and makes you feel more calm and at ease.

If it’s weather permitting, take some time today to take off your shoes and walk barefoot in the grass for at least 5 minutes to ground yourself. Feel the ground beneath you, breathe, and be in the present moment. Admire everything that you see, hear, and feel.

If you can’t go outside, here are a few other grounding techniques to try:

Breathe deeply: slowly inhale then slowly exhale. Do this exercise for 7 breaths and notice how more relaxed you feel after!

Move your body: turn on your favorite song and let your body flow freely. Focus on how your body feels with each movement!

Make yourself laugh: watch a funny animal video, a comedian or funny tv show that will make you chuckle your heart out! Be in the moment and appreciate your ability to loosen up and enjoy yourself.

Happy Sunday and Happy Grounding =)

The Power of Laughter

Check out this awesome post by Eric about the Power Of Laughter! 😁

Dr. Eric Perry

By Eric Perry, PhD-c

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“Something which has never occurred since time immemorial; a young woman did not fart in her husband’s lap.” ~Unknown 1900 BC

The worlds oldest recorded joke dates back to 1900 BC. This joke proves that toilet humor has been around for a very long time along with mankind’s need to laugh. We live in a world where we are constantly bombarded with the serious side of life. We have 24 hour news stations, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and other forms of social media that can overload the senses. In today’s stress filled society, finding humor in life and learning to laugh at ourselves is important. Research shows that laughter is not only good for the soul but is beneficial for health!

In honor of April being National Humor Month and to commemorate the passing of legendary comedian Don Rickles, who passed away this…

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