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Lynn Marie Lumiere, MFT ~ Brain, Being and Immunity

Saturday, March 28, 2020 @ 10:00am-12:00pm (Pacific Time)

We are all being inundated with information on how to strengthen our immune system due to the coronavirus. There is a lot of information available about vitamins, herbs and supplements to take, which is important. We are also being advised to do things such as yoga and meditation and to stay out of fear and anxiety. This webinar will focus on aspects of building strong immunity that are often not mentioned.

First of all, building immunity begins in the brain by learning to regulate the stress response in the autonomic nervous system. Many of us are already “stress sensitive” because of chronic stress arousal, and this has a direct effect on the functioning of the immune system. We now know that chronic stress arousal, as a result of trauma and prolonged stress, is what underlies most chronic illness. This webinar will focus on understanding the brain/immunity connection and will offer practical ways to build stress regulation.

Secondly, this lack of regulation keeps the body in a hyper-aroused state, which is not conducive to being present and accessing our shared Being in order to stay awake in these challenging times. This can also make it harder to differentiate ourselves from the collective field of fear that is present in our world at this time. Conscious connection to Being soothes, relaxes and balances our nervous system. So, the more we can both regulate and connect with Being, the stronger our immune function will be, and the more clarity we will have to take care of ourselves and others.

Lynn Marie Lumiere, MFT is a nondual psychotherapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and author. She is the co-author of The Awakening West and is a contributing author to The Sacred Mirror, as well as the author of Awakened Relating: A Guide to Embodying Undivided Love in Intimate Relationships. Lynn Marie has been a student of Adyashanti for over 20 years.


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Saturday, March 28
10:00am-12:00pm (Pacific Time)
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Open Circle Center – Online Events