A First-Aid tool in times of stress

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Are you running after yourself, feel overwhelmed or stressed?

  2. The ReconnectionDo you feel tense, suffer from physical pains especially in neck and shoulders?

  3. WorkshopsHeadaches, have they become a daily nuisance?

  4. ResearchIs making decisions difficult or do you doubt more then usual?

  5. Do you feel down?

When your answer is ‘yes’ to most of the above then it is likely that you are locked into your survival ‘fight and flight’ mode.

The ‘fight and flight’ reflex - from a survival perspective - is good for you: it keeps you alive in times of danger. However, when the danger is past, this response must reset itself to ease.

Just like an alarm, you want your ‘fight and flight’ response to go off when there is danger. When that danger is over you want it to reset itself. When it doesn't, you must reset it manually. At any other time, you want it to be alert, ready to be activated at need.

Reaset: The return of Ease

Is there to help yourself and others back into ease in times of stress,

change and challenges.

You can apply it to regain control, to improve your focus and clarity, reduce physical tension and over time it will make you more stress resistant.

Start to Reaset today and feel the effect immediately. Make it part of a daily routine and, most of all, share it.

Be good to yourself.... and others.


Reaset: The return of Ease

A FREE eBook by: Tom Meyers


The return of Ease

Elementary Healthcare for Body & Mind

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I read the book last night and I really liked it - I feel you have got it to the point so it is not an overwhelming process to do something straight away to change the situation of stress. Very good graphics making the process clear. It is not easy to keep things simple as our minds and society love to make things in life complicated. I feel by origin life is easy and simple.

Marianne Tillegreen - Leppanen

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Reaset and The Human Brain- by Neil Slade

Tom Meyers is an osteopath in Brussels, Belgium whom I interviewed for "Tickle Your Amygdala" , my latest book on brain function and brain self-control, because of the great success and enthusiasm he was experiencing tickling his own brain. He has related basic brain function to his own specialty, and in this way, come up with something very useful and easy that everyone can utilize.

One of the important things he discovered as a physical therapist was a simple series of physical "hands-on" exercises that repeatedly seemed to easily cause a positive positive brain and amygdala stimulation ("tickle"). His suggestions are even simpler than "exercises" in general, but rather simply the placing of one's hands in the right way upon one's head and neck.

He had begun to notice an unexpected yet welcome pronounced change in the clear thinking and elevated mood reported by many of his patients. He set about to find how their treatment had differed from other patients, and soon discovered what he was doing differently. Eventually he discovered that the application of his hands in a certain way (as well as the patients themselves) seemed to elicit this change.

He has since written about this with clear and easy instructions so that everyone can take advantage of his discovery.

I have found Tom's experience to be of great inspiration to those looking to improve the way in which their brain functions. He is yet another professional who has discovered and utilised brain self-control and amygdala tickling in an original and useful way that will be of great importance to many.