3 Ways American Voters Can Relieve Election Stress Using Ancient Chinese Exercise Therapy

  I must say I found American politics riveting ever since I was kid. Especially when election time rolls around. It’s certainly a lot of more interesting than the politics north of the border. This year’s election pitting Hillary Clinton and the smack talking billionaire Donald Trump has been one of the most controversial in […]



Join Raz as he will be appearing as a guest on Nazim Rasid’s podcast Reconnected. Reconnected is a manual for the complete transformation of your negative experiences to positive memories, loving yourself at deep levels and creating the life you have always desired.

Date: October 22, 2016
Time: 11:00-12:00 a.m.
Appearance: The Reconnected Show
Outlet: Blog Talk Radio
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Format: Podcast

How to Tame Your Stressful Thoughts


According to studies, stress can have a detrimental long term effect on your memory and brain. The years of constant stress causes the body to flood itself with the stress hormone cortisol. This causes part of the brain responsible for memory to deteriorate. To deal with stress, it is important to practice mindfulness in order to recognize when it is occurs and the appropriate action to take. Remember, you can always control your thoughts but not always the events around you.

Re-framing you thoughts is highly beneficial when it comes to dealing with stressful situations.  Stop for a moment, acknowledge the stressful event, than ask yourself what is the best way to respond to the stressful event. When people fail to practice mindfulness they fill their mind with constant worry, replaying the event in their minds over and over again. This leads to more stress and anxiety. By practicing the art of re-framing you will find yourself becoming calmer and reduce your stress.

How do you deal with stress? Feel free to share in the comment section below, some interesting ways you deal with this problem. I would love to hear from you!

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How to Make Time for Exercise with a Busy Schedule

I’ve had the great pleasure of training many busy clients over the years. They are driven, passionate, and care deeply for their work. From Hollywood actors / actresses, multimillionaires, to executive management types, they all have stressful jobs. Many people below them count on their daily decisions to ensure operations of their business run smoothly. […]

How to Make Time for Exercise with a Busy Schedule

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Imagine this, it’s Sunday morning and you are already thinking about all the work you need to complete when you arrive at work on Monday morning. Suddenly, you get this nauseated feeling in your stomach, the muscles around your neck begin to stiffen, and your entire Sunday is filled with worry. You should be enjoying […]


Raz’s Gluten Free Peanut Sauce Recipe for People on the Go!

You’ve probably have heard millions of times over again through the media that we need to cut down on our sugar, eat less processed foods, red meat, and refine carbohydrates. Instead, we should consume more fresh vegetables preferably in their raw state, along with beans such as legumes and lentils. The problem is most of […]


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How often do you find yourself running around the entire day, always on the go, and no matter how many things you stroke off your to-do list you never seem to get ahead? Whether it’s making a dent in the pile of work on your desk, taking the kids to soccer practice, or fitting in […]