Fear is an emotion that is within and around all of us. It may present itself as a temporary or fleeting sensation but can actually take up residence within our minds and bodies, especially if we habituate our response to it. For some people it can be ever-present and even debilitating. In this class, we looked at the causes and origins of fear, the organs that house fear, the parts of the brain that detect and respond to fear, plus the Traditional Chinese and Korean Medicine model, a Taoist approach, and a Buddhist perspective.
What you will learn:
1. Causes and Origins of Fear
2. Kali Mudra
3. Brain Reflexology Areas
4. Amygdala and HPA Axis
5. Bottlecap Pressing Technique
6. Universal Position with Mantrum: “THIS is real”
7. The Lobes Exercise
9. Taoist Exercise for the Kidneys
10. Referenced the following books: Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss, Loving What Is by Byron Katie, Demian by Hermann Hesse, and my book Something New Every Day: Letting Your Imagination Takes Flight.
Chantel is not a doctor and does not dispense medical advice. Nor does she diagnose, prognose, or prescribe. The holistic tools taught are not substitutes for medical care. Consult your physician in all matters regarding your health.
Chantel C. Lucier, and her company, The AtHome Experience, are dedicated to educating and enlivening the individual towards greater connection to themselves, each other, and their community. By teaching people how to care for themselves at home, The AtHome Experience aims to empower people to create and sustain optimal health and well-being. By caring for ourselves and each other we construct and co-create a better future!