restful & restorative winter night routine ☃️ reset for a new season w/ TCM | emotional wellness

restful & restorative winter night routine ☃️ reset for a new season w/ TCM | emotional wellness

IG: | How to reset for winter & our emotional health ft. cooking, journaling, sharing fears, and face masking while reading. 🕊 Thank you Warby Parker for sponsoring this video! Try 5 glasses at home for free

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📝 Weekly challenge templates:

❄️ DECEMBER: ’How to Un-potato Your Life’ challenge playlist:
📹 How to find your values & what’s most important to you (Week 3 Life Buckets):

For this week’s dimension of self-care, we’re focusing all on emotional wellness: being aware of our feelings, positively handling stress, as well as cultivating compassion, love, and kindness for ourselves and those around us. Whether it be making a list of things you’re grateful for, meditating, setting daily affirmations, or journaling to help reframe your mindset, what will you commit to one week for your emotional health? 💆🏻♀️

🌱 JANUARY: How to Have Your Best Year Yet
• Week 1: Physical
• Week 2: Mental
• Week 3: Emotional (this video ⛄)
• Week 4: Social (coming 01/23)

Since I’ve made a lot of self-care and resetting videos in the past, I wanted to keep this mini-series new & fresh by loosely referencing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as the framework for what to eat and what kind of relaxing, healing, and restorative activities to partake in for the four seasons. You can check out the 2020’s ’fall nighttime routine’ here:

Huge shoutout to Veronica for helping out with TCM research:

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📚 Books:
• Turning Pro by Steven Pressfield
• Kindle Paperwhite
• Artis of Life Workbook

🛍️Clothing :
• Purple cardigan
• Purple ombre sweatpants
• Pink headband

• 🔒:
• Dainty dots (Ana)
• Michelle Choi’s Set

🍲 Food:
• Bibigo Bone Broth
• Miso

🧴 Skincare:
• Skin Food Rice Wash Off Mask
• Skin Food Yuja C Dark Spot Clear Essence
• Skin Food Yuja C Dark Spot Clear Cream

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0:00 Intro
0:38 Cooking
4:24 Trying on glasses
7:05 Journaling
11:00 Face masking & reading

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✨ If you’re at all curious:
• My spiritual practice, Falun Dafa
• If you’re interested in reading more, start with this to get an understanding of what qigong entails
• The main text we read is Zhuan Falun*
*Best to read start to finish in the shortest time possible for the highest benefit.

• If you want to learn more about Falun Dafa and qigong, check out local contacts in your area – there are practitioners globally and in most big enough-ish cities:

• My friend Chris over at China Uncensored made an incredibly informative video on what Falun Dafa is and why it’s being persecuted in China (YT video):

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Video edited by Rowena Tsai

Music from Epidemic Sounds:

Camera & Equipment 🎥:
• Canon point and shoot
• Canon mirrorless
• Canon wide-angle lens
• Rode mic attached to mirrorless
• Rode mic for voiceover
• Manfrotto 3-section tripod
• Manfrotto mini tripod
• Final Cut Pro X

What Are the Conditions Treated by Spine Surgeons?

Spine is an important part of the body’s structure. There are 33 bones individual bones in the spine and they are stacked on top of each other. The primary function of spine is to provide support to the body and allowing us to do different physical movements such as standing, bending, sitting etc. Apart from this, strength and stability is also provided by them. There are some diseases and conditions which are suffered by the body and only treated with the help of best spine surgeons.

Simple Ways To Prevent Your Liver From Wrecking

The liver is a large meaty organ that sits in the abdomen of vertebrates. Its primary function includes the excretion of hormones and drugs, enzyme activation, metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates and much more. To keep it healthy is a key to live a disease free life. As a liver disease can be as far as worse that call for the transplant and damage other organs as well. However, there are some easy ways you can opt to prevent the condition. So, what are we waiting for? It’s always better safe than sorry, so, let’s dig into these preventive tips that you should keep in mind to prevent any wreck to your liver.

Never Kiss A Parrot

Beware pets that can become health pests! Because if you give him an unwanted peck, he might give you Psittacosis. Whazzat? That’s another way of spelling ‘fatal attraction’… And while you’re about it, you might as well also watch out for (Ouch!) pussy’s claws, (Scratch, scratch!) leaping fleas, and (Eeeagh!) hairy-scary caterpillars…

Arthroscopic ACL Surgery

Arthroscopic ACL surgical treatment is done to repair a partially or completely torn anterior cruciate ligament(ACL). ACL wounds account for about 40% of all sporting injuries and can lead to long-term pain and instability. There are two types of ACL knee surgery commonly performed depending on the severity of the damage, ACL repair surgery or an ACL reconstruction.

Lung Transplants – Risks That You Should Be Aware Of

A lung transplant is achieved with a surgical procedure in which the failing lung of the patient is replaced with a healthy lung of a deceased donor. A lung transplant is usually the last resort after all other methods and procedures fail to make an improvement in the patient’s health. Depending on the patient’s condition one or both the lungs are replaced with healthier ones, in some cases, a heart transplant also takes place with the lung transplant. A variety of disease and conditions are capable of damaging your lung and when the lungs are damaged the oxygen supply is hindered which makes it very difficult to maintain a day to day routine of the person. A lung transplant is not an easy treatment, it is not everyone and certain things about a patient are suggestive of the fact that he/she is not a good candidate for the transplant. Every patient is examined individually to make the transplant a success. Complications can arise in a lung transplant and it can be fatal for the patient, there are some risks associated with a lung transplant: