Body Scan: Reset Your Focus and Connect

A few days ago, I sent out an email about Irene Lyon's Nervous System Tune-Up (closed) a fast, powerful, low-cost way of putting brain science principles into practice for yourself and your clients. And though I have been following Irene's work for 10 years, I realized that many of you are new to her, so I put one of her simple but powerful exercises below for you to try out.

The video is introduction to the 8-minute session that you can do (and share with your clients, transcript included) to stop rumination, reset your focus and connect to yourself and environment.

Body Mind Environment Scan

The Session: Body And World Orientation

Though Irene calls this session "Body And World Orientation," I, Ryan, call it "De-Hypnosis" and use it to help me break out of my internet trance and connect to my body and the external world so I that I can chill out, relax and move onto the next part of my day.

If you will do the process several times over the next 24 hours or so, I guarantee it will make a positive difference in your life and mood.

Click below to play. Best with Headphones or Speakers

You can also download a copy for offline use: Basic Body/World Orientation

And here is the transcript: Download Session Transcript.

The class is a sample from Irene's 21-Day Nervous System Tune Up and something that I use everyday and reccommend highly.

If you have ever been fascinated by, or attended any of the recent "brain science in therapy" courses that have gone around, Irene's course is a simple, powerful, step-by-step program to help you put brain science principles into practice in your life and that of your clients.

The course has short guided-exercises and videos to help you:

- de-stress,
- re-orient and relax after challenging sessions
- heal from the effects of long ago traumas
- sleep better
- and more

If you want more details, just click to check it out. Register by Friday, September 3rd to get a free group coaching call with Irene: https://ea188.isrefer.com/go/21days/RN/

cheers!

Ryan C. Nagy, MA
Director, Online Psychotherapy Conferences