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Angie Monko - Saturday, April 17, 2010
Dear Friends,

I've been working with Phyllis Russo, a chiropractor here in St. Louis, on some
neuro-emotional work, and she's taught me so much about myself.  Perhaps the
most important skill she encouraged me to develop is to breathe deeply into the
constant stresses of life.  It is so easy for me to forget this!  Some times the most
obvious solutions are right in front of our face, and we completely miss them.

I think that these solutions hide from us because our ego is afraid of being annihilated.
Our ego wants us to stay as we are, addicted to our suffering.   This is not the first time
that I've been told that our breath brings us back to the present moment.  God is as far
away as our breath, I've also heard.  Phyllis took it a step further and said, "GOD IS our
breath."  The most important thing I can do is to REMEMBER to breathe when I find
myself feeling anxious or overwhelmed or bored or sad or any negative emotion. 

Last night it took discipline for me to do this.  It was 15 minutes before I was supposed
to join a conference call, and while I was showering, I realized I'd forgotten the call-in
number at my office.  So as soon as I got out of the shower, I called the call facilitator
for the number.  I got the answering machine.  Then panic began to set in, and over the
next minute the following thoughts coursed through my mind:  "How could I have been so
careless as to have forgotten the number? I'm already going to miss next week, and so
I'm going to miss this week too.  They will think I'm irresponsible.  I don't have time to
listen to the call later on.

I don't have time to get my big to-do list done, let alone add this too.  Maybe I should
drive in to my office to get the number." Then my observer Self reminded me, "Breathe
into this feeling and go do the next right thing."  So I took a couple deep breaths and did
just that.  Within another minute, the phone rang with the woman giving me the number.
This little panic experience gave me an opportunity to practice breathing.  So we breathe
into the experience and the feeling eases.  I visualize sending love and light to the area of
my body that is experiencing fear, such as my stomach. 

I can consciously choose to breathe when I am in the midst of fear.  Although I don't claim
to enjoy fear, I can view it as my sign to breathe and go inward.   One day I believe that I will
be able to jump to the breathing even faster, and maybe I won't be so freaked out by fear or
negative emotions.  I'll just calmly observe them. 

Stay tuned....

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Peace & Blessings,
Angie Monko,
314-422-6520  

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