As time goes by we have already set our bonding with our cousins. We are scheduling a bonding in Mariveles Bataan. The travel time 3:00 am. We just finally arrived for almost 6 hours of travel.
Me, myself and I is exploring a place, where we can chill and relax, unfortunately the boat that we must riding has a damaged. So we wait for the next boat will comeback. Until we go to the five fingers in Mariveles Bataan.
These are some of our pictures that we got, while we are exploring the 5 fingers. We are all full of excitement, unfortunately I am nervous to cliff in the five fingers.
These are the people who are with us in the boat, while exploring the sea.
These are the pictures that we got, while going to the five fingers. It is too long to ride with a boat. After we explore the five fingers in Mariveles Bataan, We just eat late. Then the foods are all fresh.
Until the end. While going back home, We are in Dinalupihan Bataan, the car was damaged, we just wait our tito to rescue us, we slept on the barriers on the road while waiting. The End
Mình vẫn luôn lo sợ mỗi khi mình viết một thứ gì đó để cho tất cả mọi người đều có thể đọc.
Những thứ mình giấu mãi trong lòng hay là bản ngã, mình không biết cất đi đâu, nhưng lại đem lên một nơi mà kẻ vãng lai may mắn nào cũng có thể tìm thấy; như thể, mình vẫn luôn ao ước có một ai đó đủ kiên nhẫn để lắng nghe và ôm lấy những giọt nước mắt âm thầm tràn ra khoé mắt hằng đêm. Suy cho cùng, mình biết mình cô đơn như một ngôi sao nhỏ bé lạc trôi giữa dải ngân hà.
Rồi mình nhớ lại cái đêm mà mình xuyên Việt từ Hà Nội vào Sài Gòn, đỗ dạt chiếc xe bốn bánh nóng ran vào một góc đường tăm tối không một ánh đèn. Màn đêm ẩm ướt thấm trên sợi vải dệt áo trắng liền tan thành một màu đen than nhiễu hạt, mình như một bóng ma ẩn nấp vào màn đêm giữa cung đường đèo. Nhưng rồi nỗi cô đơn chợt bất cẩn buông lơi khi mình ngẩng đầu lên nhìn bầu trời rộng lớn: hàng triệu giờ sống dưới ánh đèn thành phố, đây là lần đầu tiên mình được chứng kiến bầu trời đêm lại có thể phát sáng lung linh đến thế.
- Ô kìa! Sao băng!
Có khi nào mình cũng giống như ngôi sao băng ngày hôm ấy, lao mình băng qua 7,9 tỉ vì sao khác, cố gắng tỏa sáng lấp lánh cho phút giây cuối đời trước khi vụt tắt hòa vào vũ trụ cô đơn. Ngôi sao ngày ấy đã thắp một đốm sáng trong đôi mắt đã nhiễu đi vì bóng tối. Và từ giây phút đó, có một người đã luôn dõi theo đốm sáng năm nao, bất kể trên nắp capo xe hơi hay trong hồi ức, thầm nguyện một điều ước lấp lánh cho chính mình.
Ước cho ai đấy có thể nhìn thấy một ánh sao lấp lánh giữa những ngọn đèn thành phố sáng lòa...
041 - Sleep As A Barometer For Emotional And Physical Health with Dana Frost
Dana is a wellness expert. She is a body, mind and spirit alchemist who educates and coaches women toward optimal health so they can enjoy vibrant lives with the people they love and fulfill their mission in life. Dana has a life long commitment to continuing education including certifications as a Master Life Coach, Aromatherapist, HeartMath® Facilitator, Myers Briggs Facilitator, Light Therapist and Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner. Dana’s rich life experiences including: navigating the challenges and joys as a mom for twenty-five years to five children, thirty years of marriage and living abroad for ten years empowers her coaching practice.
Sleep As A Barometer For Emotional And Physical Health
How do our emotions impact our sleep?
What is heart rate variability? What are some emotions that are signs of you being sympathetic dominant? What are some emotions that are signs of you being parasympathetic dominant?
What are the four qualities of a healthy breath and how can they help you track yours?How can we use our breath to improve our sleep?
Would it be beneficial to track sleep and if so, what are we looking for? Should you be tracking your sleep?
Is there an ideal time to go to sleep or is it unique to everyone?
Are there negatives to sleeping pills? What are alternatives to sleep pills? How can specific alternatives be used to calm down the nervous system and support sleep?
Is there a way to calm the mind to improve sleep? What are poses that help calm the nervous system?
Can you use of physical poses that support sleep? What should be your nighttime routine? What is the anxiety reducing breath Dana advices?
033 - Guided Sleep Hypnosis Session To Help You fall Asleep
026 - Dangers Of Sleep Medication with Dr Nishi Bhopal, MD
022 - Babies & Sleep with Ingrid Prueher
012 - Sleep Biohacking and EFT with Amy Stark
009 - Yoga The Right Way For Better Sleep with Claudia Saalmueller
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Deepa is a Yoga therapist for over two decades and a Functional Nutritionist for five. She brings together her experience in therapeutic & transformational yoga and deep learning in nutrition based on the principles of functional medicine to her practice Phytothrive. The focus has been on merging together the deep science of the functional world with the deep symbolism of ancient wisdom. She has a masterful understanding of the human anatomy with cohesive understanding of physiology to offer what can be classified as true bio-individual mind, body & spirit nutrition. Having a son with a rare adrenal condition gave her a deep insight into the working of the adrenals and the stress response, as it relates to all health and sleep.
Her articles have been shared by Dr Mark Hyman, MD, a 13 times NY Times Bestselling Author twice. She also gave the opening speech on Health Hacks at Amazon Web Services & YourStory HeathTech 2019 to heads of healthcare start-ups in India. Deepa has twenty years of experience in wellness, where she has focus on sleep nutrition, women’s health, detoxification, skin health and adrenal function. She is in the YourStory100 Digital Influencers Of 2020.
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