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More on the BioMat

As the evenings are cooling off (at least in the northlands!), I love to share a product that I rep called the BioMat.

After using it personally for almost eight years, it has made such a difference in my overall health and well-being, as well as many of our happy customers.

Pro BioMat Set with New Controller The BioMat is a Class III FDA-approved medical device (#2954299). It is a powerful healing tool utilizing the triad of1) Far infrared heat – infrared heat penetrates deeper and more evenly than a heating pad.2) Amethyst crystals – amethyst is a detox which helps us to eliminate toxins from our body. It is also used in meditation and is a very spiritual stone.

3) Negative ions – negative ions make us feel good and are found in waterfalls, mountains, oceans and forests – all the places we love to vacation. (On the flip side, positive ions make us feel sluggish and lethargic.)

The BioMat’s health benefits include:

  • Promotes relaxation and sleep
  • Relieves pain and eases joint stiffness
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Improves immune function
  • Removes waste and toxins.

Bio-mats are especially popular and has been proven effective with people who have these issues:

  • Sore muscles, sprains, muscle spasms and soft tissue injuries
  • Lower back pain or injuries
  • Arthritis and muscular-skeletal ailments
  • Fibromyalgia and other auto-immune diseases.

Available in several sizes, click here for more information. Half-price shipping may also be available – e-mail me about this. I look forward to connecting with you about this awesome product!

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Well-Being and the Harp – Part IV

Well BeingThe harp is a very spiritual instrument and our work is very spiritual. Spirituality is the fourth area of well-being that we will cover in these blog posts.

We find again and again that a spiritual practice (meditation, prayer, quiet time, centering, etc.) helps to build our resilience, as well as survive/thrive in the world today.

The spiritual/metaphysical connection occurs as the harpist grounds (connecting to the Earth) and taps into the heavens, then the music can flow through our fingers and bodies, and through the instrument. This is the process of channeling – allowing Spirit to flow through us. Our body/mind/spirit pathway is:

  1. Align our physical body
  2. Channel love: universal quality
  3. Bring out the harp’s best harmonics
  4. Create a circle for healing (keep in mind the harpist’s body is round – our elbows up create a circle around the harp, our hand position is round, our fingers curve inward forming another circle, etc. – and all of this helps make the music is round).

This model of spirituality explains the spiritual process of making music:  We connect then flow, co-creating with Spirit and back to connection; it is a circle of spirituality and healing.

And finally, it is important to listen to the energetic, spiritual messages our bodies give us. For instance, do you feel energy in your fingers, heart, shoulders, hips? (It can be anywhere and the point is to be mindful of our own body.)

As we connect to our own spiritual well-being, it deepens our music and the healing that occurs.

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Does your Harp have a name? 

Style-23-Gold-cpWhen I’m out and about playing the harp, sometimes, people come up and ask me if I’ve named my harp!

I always say, “No!” but perhaps I should … what do you think?! Do you have any suggestions or ideas of what I should name it? I think it needs to be something angelic but at the moment, nothing comes to mind. Let me know your thoughts … I look forward to hearing from you!

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving - 2I love the Thanksgiving holiday, do you? It is a much simpler holiday than Christmas …

  • Thanksgiving is not about gift-giving, but gratitude for our bountiful gifts!
  • There’s not “pressure” of extra Christmas baking and goody-making, yet a delicious meal with family gathered.
  • No massive house transformations with Christmas decorations, but tasteful autumn décor.

Here’s wishing you and your family a beautiful holiday filled with gratitude…Happy Thanksgiving!

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Your continued support is much appreciated!

In May, I celebrated 13 years of doing this work and it is possible because of your continued support. I am deeply appreciative of your on-going connection. I am grateful for these organizations who’ve said, “Yes…let’s do a gig!”

There’s many more … but this gives you an idea!

Tami Briggs, Therapeutic Harpist, Musical Reflections, Healing Harp Music

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