Archive | May, 2013

Apply the Law of Mind Action

30 May

The timeless Law of Mind Action is a universal truth. Things held in the mind create their own like kind. Our thoughts and words create our experience in the world, and they certainly influence how the world responds to us.  Many times during the day, we experience true and positive thoughts and false and negative thoughts. It is the false thoughts in our mind that feed into the illusion that we do not have control over what happens in our life. This false thought or belief can lead to an increase in the feelings of stress and overwhelm and a sense of a loss of control.

When we feed into the false thoughts of our mind, events, occurrences and situations will begin to manifest in our lives that allow more false thoughts to come into our mind. This becomes a cycle that repeats itself which feeds into the negative thoughts and false beliefs.  If things are not going well for you and you focus on that, chances are you’ll get more of the same.

When we change the focus of our thinking from negative to positive, our life will begin to manifest more of what we truly seek and desire. Peace will be a more occurring state of mind for us because where there is peace, chaos can not exist. This fundamental truth has been tested and proved time and time again.

I invite you to try this:

To make a shift in your thinking and to bring more positivity into your life try focusing on cultivating gratitude – turning your attention to the positive things in life, so that you can attract more of the same and take advantage of the positive energy that subsequently surfaces.

Remember that in every situation perceived as negative there is always a positive aspect of the situation. It is a duty we owe to ourselves to seek out this positive aspect that brings peace to our minds which allows us to operate more efficiently in our lives. When you start applying the Law of Mind Action, you will begin to see transformational shifts take place in your life. And you will be Amazed!


Rochele Lawson,RN,AHP,CMS

The Queen of Feeling Fabulous

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Why We Spa

16 May

Think going to the spa is just about feeling good for a day? Here a six additional benefits you can reap, at no extra cost.

I view going to a spa as giving my body an extra special thank you for all that is provided to me however I know that while I’m at the spa, my mind, body and spirit are absorbing so much more.

Education: Everything done at a spa is about what we take home with us. You might learn how to be more balanced in your body, you might learn how to cook a nutritious meal simply and elegantly. Either way you will leave feeling informed and empowered to make healthy changes in your life. Spas also provide a chance to learn about skin and body care in an individualized way. A spa provides a safe haven where we can educate ourselves about how to take the best care of ourselves.

Balance: Overworked and overwhelmed are two words that many of us would use describe ourselves. We are simply doing too much and are unable to feel truly calm, centered and focused. When people leave a spa they are usually more balanced because they have experienced some tranquility and peace. They are also motivated to try to maintain that effect because it feels so much better.

Self-Acceptance:  There aren’t many places that feel truly private, where we can take off the masks we wear for the world and strip down to our essence, but a spa is one of them. By going to a spa, you are taking time out of your busy life and invoking all your senses to stay grounded in the present moment.  Simply by deciding to visit a spa, we express a consciousness that our bodies deserve to honored and taken care of. This important acknowledgement can be the start of a new, healthier way of thinking about our physical selves.

Gratitude:  Most of us go through life with a tape playing in our heads that tells us all the things we are doing wrong and all the ways we don’t measure up. How often do we stop and do the opposite count up all the thing in our lives that we are thankful for? Visiting a spa provides a rare opportunity, a chance to reflect on our lives and what matters to us. A guided meditation ma lead us to a new appreciation for love and family as the anchor that makes everything else in life worthwhile. An energy healing might allow us to identify a source of pain and give us the insights and personal power to set about changing it.

Touch:  A good massage is about much more than relief for sore muscles, a healing tought can be a profound experience of personal connection, to others and to the world at large. Massage not only release a cascade of hormones that fight stress and anxiety, it offers us new awareness of our bodies and what they need. Our bodies talk to us all the time, but we don’t know how to listen until something really goes wrong and we are in terrible pain. Massage gives us the chance to catch things before that happens.

Well-Being:  Simply taking time to take care of ourselves is a revolutionary act for many of us. It requires a complete change in thinking from our usual priorities. The health benefits that come from visiting a spa are real and concrete, whether it’s the stress-fighting benefits of reflexology or the detoxification effects of a body wrap. Purging toxins and remineralizing the skin can make a real difference after just one treatment. More important, is the profound effect of taking time to focus on you own well-being, whether for just a few hours or a few days. In essence you are saying to yourself, I’m important too. I deserve to be cared for and any self-help expert will tell you that we can’t effectively help other unless we heal ourselves first.


Rochele Lawson, RN,AHP,CMS

The Queen of Feeling Fabulous

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5 Ways to get Hooked on Lifting

2 May

Having difficulty sticking to lifting weights during your workout.

These 5 tips will help you stick with it so that you can feel good about what you’re doing and enjoy the end result of looking great!

1)  Be a Calendar Girl… Circle wedding, vacations, or any date on which you know you’ll want to show off a toned body. Then mark at least 2 days each week when you’ll life to prepare for the event.

2)  Alarm Yourself… Set your cell phone to test you a reminder on strength-training days. For visual encouragement, change your screen’s background to an inspiring image, like an athlete whose body you admire.

3)  Grin and Bare it… Wear shorts and a racer-back top on the days you lift. You’ll pay more attention to your form and even crank out extra reps if you can see the areas you are targeting.

4)  Pay it Forward… Put a couple of bucks in a jar every time you hit the weights. After a few months of regular workouts, you’ll have enough cash to buy yourself a reward, like a smaller pair of jeans.

5)  Create a Visual Cue… Once you notice definition, have a friend snap a photo of you in a flattering outfit and make it your Facebook profile picture. You’ll show off your success and be inspired to stick with your routine every time you sign in.

Happy Lifting!


Rochele Lawson, RN,AHP,CMS

The Queen of Feeling Fabulous

For a free Stress Assessement go to: