Welcome to the Brainview Blog.  In my blog articles you’ll read ideas about how you can effectively cope with serious illness and end of life preparation.  A mind body spirit coach helps you think holistically about your stress triggers.  By opening up your mind to new ways of thinking, you can use natural ways to feel better.

I encourage you to write me with your questions and comments.  I am here to coach you so you can tap into your real self and be genuinely happy.

What Else Will You Read in The Brainview Blog?

I suggest ideas that help you tap into your inner mind body spirit coach, your intuition.  When you go with your gut, in other words your intuition, you may get an entirely different perspective on life.  That’s why I also offer brief videos to help you befriend your intuition as well.

Ever feel alone?  That is NOT your intuition guiding you to feel alone.  It is only your human mind telling you to feel that feeling.  The truth is, you can feel any feeling you choose to feel.  Sometimes when you get too bogged down believing IN to your subconscious mind through your conscious mind worldly ideas, you start to feel alone.  The Brainview Blog suggests that you think for yourself from an inner place.

If you believe you are unable to live up to worldly expectations of what true happiness is, you create and/or access untrue and unnatural mind chatter. Your intuition never guides you to believe IN through your conscious mind stressful ideas.  Instead, it encourages you to imagine and believe IN mindfulness meditations of peace, harmony and happiness.  Throughout the Brainview Blog you’ll read ideas about mindfulness.

Are you struggling with some kind of pain either physical, mental or spiritual?  If so, a mind body spirit coach can show you how to go with your gut instead of the world’s self-limiting and often self-sabotaging views of things.

Please read the blog posts I write here and share them with your friends.  Write me an email at [email protected] and ask for my free ebook Woman’s Intution: Are You Open To It?  You’ll love it!

Catch you in the harmony!





Plan Ahead of Time

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The most satisfying, gratifying and happiest future belongs to those who plan ahead and prepare for the best life possible. Planning is a mental exercise.  After you’ve mentally sculpted out what CAN be, then put into action the steps of … Read More

Dealing With Loss

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Sometimes, world or life events around us trigger us into dealing with loss.  When we feel like we’ve lost in a situation, we feel sad. Feeling sad occurs when we first PERCEIVE there is something about which to feel sad. … Read More

One Minute Meditation For Letting Go Of False Pretense

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Imagine being in this scenario, socializing with a group of Baby Boomers. Looking around at the group members, you become deeply interested in Ted’s story about Alzheimer’s.  He’s talking about his mother.  Wanting to act strong in front of those … Read More

One Minute Meditation for Releasing Anger

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Anger… we have all felt this emotion.  Tensing up your body and holding anger in creates imbalanced brain chemistry.  Imbalanced chemistry can lead to physical problems such as headaches, high blood pressure, confusion, chaos and general unhappiness.  Releasing anger is … Read More

One Minute Meditation For Letting Go of Fear

With stress being a regular part of your life, meditating daily can be a natural way to support wellness. Remember, a person’s environment is more than just the air you breathe.  It includes your relationship environments, the food you eat, … Read More

Will You Invest 60 Seconds For Natural Stress Management?

Americans with chronic conditions are time-aware.  Especially at work, they need to be very productive in a limited amount of time.  This time-awareness often causes them to feel stressed.  At the workplace, stress management is essential to being the most … Read More

Negative Words Like Bummer Block Your Success – Build Confidence Instead

Everyone talks to themselves.  It’s simply a part of the way the brain and mind work together.  If you talk positively to yourself, you feel motivated and inspired.  When you feel motivated and inspired, you feel like you are a … Read More

Does Having a Positive Mental Attitude Really Help You for Pain Management?

It seems like nowadays so many of the baby boomer generation are stressed out.  If you are a baby boomer taking care of an aging parent, or your own chronic pain management conditions, you may be stressed.  Chronic pain management, … Read More

Hypnosis Coma Communication Part Three – Perseverance

Hypnosis Coma Communication Part Three – Perseverance   Hello again all you dedicated caregivers who generously help your comatose students learn how to coma communicate. This article completes the series and is called coma communication perseverance. Please review the video … Read More

Hypnosis Coma Communication Part Two – Empowering Mindset

  Hypnosis Coma Communication Part Two – Empowering Mindset By Susan Fox, CH, AA   Hello again all caregivers who desire to learn hypnosis coma communication. This article continues the series about how to effectively do coma communication. Please review … Read More

Hypnosis Coma Communication Part One – Naturally Reduce Stress

Hypnosis Coma Communication Part One – Naturally Reduce Stress by Susan Fox, CH, AA Are you frustrated being with an uncommunicative comatose patient, client or loved one? Each time you visit with him or her, something tells you the person’s … Read More

Are You Experiencing Separation Anxiety?

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Are You Experiencing Separation Anxiety? by Susan Fox, CH, AA “Anxiety is the hand maiden of creativity.” TS Eliot   When Jason, my firstborn son, reached school age, I panicked. Having an incurable heart condition described by cardiologists as “a … Read More

Being a Caregiver and Being Prepared for the Unexpected

As a caregiver, sometimes the unexpected happens. This last week a friend, colleague and caregiver to her aging mother survived the imminent crossing over event. We can prepare practically and logically for the event but when it actually happens, emotions … Read More