Friday, April 17, 2009

I have been reflecting on how we learn that having feeling is not a good thing. Feeling are an important way of detoxing our system, however, ofter when they come up they are not socially acceptable and may need to be repressed for a good reason. This may start a trend or habit of not expressing feelings. Reciently, I witnessed a child having some difficult emotions and then not be able to function to perform and complete projects. The message then is-- If you get up set or have difficult feelings then they get in the way of practicle needs. In a results driven sociaty, this seems to be another way that we may learn to stuff feeling with out any one saying that feeling are not appropriate. They may say " you didn't get your work done"
which then translates to the thought that if one letting feeling arise causes problems. On the contrary feeling left unresolved often can manifest as physical illness or inapropriate behavior.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Enhancing Self-Care
With Ayurveda, Yoga & Energy Medicine
Free Mini Workshop

Archana Lal-Tabak, M. D. & Jim Lal-Tabak

Date: Friday May 1, 2009

Time: 7:30 - 9:00 PM

Infinity Foundation, 1282 Old Skokie Rd, Highland Park, IL 60035

Call Archana (847) 425-WELL (9355) or Jim (847) 977-3538

Self-Care relates to care of all aspects of life: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Ayurveda believes that what your think and do today will profoundly influence your life in the future. Through Ayurveda, (the Science of Life), Yoga, and Energy Medicine, you can heal your body, your relationships, and entire being by taking simple positive steps that make life flow in harmony with nature.

• Daily routines that bring harmony to the body and mind and spirit.

• Yoga postures that balance your individual body type.

• Experience quantum energy healing that removes blocks, which limit your self–healing journey.

• Learn about natural, sustainable health care alternatives.

In the past 10 years Archana Lal-Tabak, M. D. and Jim Lal-Tabak have co-facilitated many health-related workshops.
Archana Lal-Tabak M. D. is an integrative and holistic mind-body Physician and intuitive healer who practices Ayurveda, Vaastu, Homeopathy, Akashic Records and Body-centered Transpersonal Psychiatry.
Jim Lal-Tabak is an intuitive healer, energy worker, and yoga teacher.

Together, they are co-founders of the Heart of Transformation Wellness Institute, S.C. located at 1618 Orrington Ave., Suite 206, Evanston, IL 60201 and conduct body-mind wellness workshops locally and nationally in addition to maintaining private healing practices in the Chicago area. For more information, see their website - or call (847) 425-WELL (9355).