In an effort to reach as many people as possible who can benefit from the Chronic Stress and Trauma Recovery Challenge, may I ask that you please share this post — by emailing it to friend who could benefit and/or by sharing on Facebook, retweeting on Twitter, sharing on Stumbleupon, Digg, Reddit — using whatever social media programs you like?
There’s even a little +SHARE icon below the post that you can use. I’m trying to get some momentum going here!
The all-time daily high for people viewing this blog was 89 views on Feb. 3, 2010 — a year ago tomorrow. Right now I’m at 15 views for today — would love to beat that record!!!
I’m including the links to all my posts about this challenge below to make it easier to catch up on the info.
In order from oldest to newest, please read these three posts:
- Announcing the Chronic Stress and Trauma Recovery Challenge
- An open invitation to join an experiment in well-being
- Welcome to the Chronic Stress and Trauma Recovery Challenge! (includes links to videos showing what the process looks like and interviews with the developer)
These posts will get anyone caught up with the challenge, which starts today. You don’t have to do it like I do it, but please try them at least once.
Doing these exercises can help anyone release stress and trauma. If enough people do them, we could co-create a world with more peace and love, and less violence, substance abuse, and suffering. Would you like that?
If you don’t think you can benefit, I ask you to try them just once. If you do these exercises and don’t tremble, I’ll kiss your feet and tell the world!
If you’re in Austin, Texas, I’ll be glad to teach you how and do them with you, at my home, your home, or maybe a more public place.
Thank you for sharing this.