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Optimizing Your Life Energy

Optimizing Your Life Energy 

As the author of more than 30 books, including the bestselling series Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, Dr. Richard Carlson helped millions of people create lives of greater peace, connection and caring by focusing on the more important things in life. The last chapter of one of his books is titled “Live This Day As If It Might Be Your Last. It Might Be!” Ironically and sadly, Carlson died unexpectedly at age 45 on a plane flight to New York.

How better to drive home his point?

We really don’t know how long we have in this life. Yet, we spend so much of our life energy mulling over what’s in the past or worrying about what the future holds. We get caught up in the minutia of life, losing sight of the bigger picture of what’s actually important.

How much energy would we free up by living more in the now? How can we optimize the time we have? Here are some ideas:

  • · Clarify your values and create a life purpose statement. The clearer you are about what’s deeply important to you (your values) and who you are at your core, the more likely you will succeed in living your life “on purpose.” Your purpose statement is a guidepost for knowing if you’re going in the right direction and provides information to put you back on course if you’re not acting in alignment with your values and life mission.
  • · Let the past be the past. How much time do you spend thinking about the past? Do you re-live old memories over and over, or think about what you should have said or done? Do you wish things were like they were in the “good ol’ days?” Whether it’s letting go of anger at the driver who cut you off just this morning, or regretting the loss of your first love, living in the past keeps you from fully experiencing your life right here, right now.
  • · Release worrying about the future. Mark Twain said something like: I have been through some terrible things in my life, most of which never happened. So much of what we worry about doesn’t happen, yet we spend countless hours and huge amounts of energy battling fantasy problems. Notice how much time you spend worrying about the future and gently remind yourself to return to the present. What physical reminder can you give yourself right now (a post-it note, a ribbon around your wrist) that will help anchor you in the present?

Keep things in perspective. It’s usually our attachment to things being a certain way that leads to frustration. Practice accepting “what is” if you want to experience a greater sense of peace. Everything that happens is by divine design. Therefore, everything that happens is our teacher. We might not have chosen the timing of these lessons, and don’t necessarily have to enjoy them; however, if we choose the perspective that things happen “for us” and not “to us,” life becomes a much more growth-filled, joyous ride!

[Editor Note: Watch a video of Dr. Greene discussing how to reduce the electrical frequency "pollution" in your home that impairs your physical and mental health by clicking here.]

Editorial Reviews on Dr. Greene’s Book – Endless Energy

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James Oschman, PhD, World authority on energy medicine, Author of Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis says:This is the book many of us have been waiting for–a bridge between the compelling science of energy and our own personal experiences of energies. The book is powerful and practical. I enthusiastically recommend it. Be prepared for an exciting and rewarding inner journey.Bruce Lipton, PhD, Best-selling author of The Biology of Belief says: Endless Energy offers an informative and skillfully woven presentation on how the mind, emotions, and energy fields shape our physical life. Included are valuable step-by-step strategies to manage our energy bodies and regain sovereignty over our health and happiness.Dawson Church, PhD, Best-selling author of The Genie in Your Genes says: Endless Energy makes the complexities of the multi-layered human energy system understandable, without losing any of the rich depths of understanding that we have garnished in the last few decades. Besides an excellent theoretical overview, she gives you simple exercises that put you into immediate contact with your own energy field. An inspiring yet eminently practical guide. Highly recommended.Beverly Rubik, PhD, Leading authority on the human biofield says: Debra Greene’s understanding of subtle energies in theory and practice is extensive. Building from a foundation of science and ancient wisdom, this book is an important contribution to energy healing, providing a unique approach to mastering the energies in your life.

Alan Cohen, Best-selling author of The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and A Daily Dose of Sanity says: Endless Energy is a clear,straightforward, inspired, and very practical guide to healing. Debra Greene merges universal healing principles with down-to-earth lessons, generously sprinkled with true stories and a wealth of do-able exercises that really work. If you are looking for a manual to bring more energy to your life, this one can take you a long way as you apply it.

Peter Russell, PhD, Best-selling author, The Global Brain, and authority on consciousness and spiritual awakening says: Endless Energy is an engaging and comprehensive guide to the many different energy systems that affect our lives. Full of practical advice and exercises to help you become more aware of their influence and work with them to create greater aliveness in body, mind, and feeling. –Endless Energy Endorsements

Advances in Mind-Body Medicine review states: With her book Endless Energy, Debra Greene, PhD, has succeeded in producing a comprehensive self-help manual that is beneficial for lay readers as well as mind-body professionals….Many books focus on a single modality or theory; few synthesize such a variety of approaches, giving readers a way of understanding the field as a whole… the book is a superb synthesis of the best in energy medicine with clear steps on how to apply it. –Advances in Mind-Body Medicine

After hearing Debra Greene discuss the four energy bodies at the 2009 EnKA Conference this year, I was eager to read Endless Energy: The Essential Guide to Energy Health. In her book, she offers readers a concise and logical description of subtle energy, in-depth discussions of each of the four energy bodies and a variety of exercises for cu –Energy Kinesiology Association

Advances in Mind-Body Medicine review states: With her book Endless Energy, Debra Greene, PhD, has succeeded in producing a comprehensive self-help manual that is beneficial for lay readers as well as mind-body professionals….Many books focus on a single modality or theory; few synthesize such a variety of approaches, giving readers a way of understanding the field as a whole… the book is a superb synthesis of the best in energy medicine with clear steps on how to apply it. –Advances in Mind-Body Medicine

After hearing Debra Greene discuss the four energy bodies at the 2009 EnKA Conference this year, I was eager to read Endless Energy: The Essential Guide to Energy Health. In her book, she offers readers a concise and logical description of subtle energy, in-depth discussions of each of the four energy bodies and a variety of exercises for cultivating and maintaining energy health. Endless Energy is a practical and informative guide to those just discovering their energy bodies and to those who are continuing to develop that awareness. <P> Debra Greene weaves together her extensive knowledge and experience of the subtle energy bodies with the work and research of James Oschman, Charles Krebs, Bruce Lipton, Dean Radin, Daniel Goleman and many more. The extensive Notes section not only documents her references but also provides incredible resources for those who want to delve deeper into this topic. <P> After a clear and concise description of subtle energy, Debra Greene describes the characteristics of the vital energy body. She follows the description of the vital energy body with a chapter of exercises and recommendations to explore and keep the vital energy body healthy. The characteristics of the mental, emotional and universal bodies are likewise described and then ways are offered to keep those bodies healthy. <P>The exercises are quite user-friendly. There is a list of the exercises just after the table of contents. The exercises are printed in shaded boxes that made them easier to find and follow. I even downloaded several audio (MP3) versions of the exercises from her website. Debra Greene guides the listener through the exercise while soothing music plays in the background. <P>A news item about Maine and San Francisco both wanting to require radiation warnings on all cell phones caught my eye. Particularly since I had heard Debra Greene talk about safe cell practices. As radiation relates to the vital body, the book describes these practices and offers additional resources. Also, see the articles on electromagnetic radiation in this newsletter, starting on page 10. <P>Throughout the book, Debra Greene uses easy-to-understand language and real world examples that offer a more concrete understanding of the subtle energy body concepts. Endless Energy is a inviting introduction to the subtle energy bodies as well as a practical guide to cultivate and enhance those energy bodies. –Energy Kinesiology Association

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