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At 12:22am on February 22, 2011, Chad Lance said…
It is awesome to meet you. I have put together a quick video I want you to check out at Making Money Online
Is easy the hard part is finding people who know how to do it. If you are frustrated and not making any money which is most people online then please
check out and review my special message.

Chad & Eric
At 6:55pm on September 3, 2010, Blaine Means said…
Hi Lizbeth,
Thanks, would love to connect with professionals, what is it you do?
God Bless,
At 11:49pm on May 24, 2010, Craig Vollan said…
Nelson...hmm...any Scandinavian there??
At 4:52pm on May 20, 2010, DangerMan the Urban Superhero said…
Thank you for being my friend!!!

"Save the Children"
At 9:35am on May 20, 2010, Laecio Andrade said…
Hi Liz, thank you so much for your friendship. You are very welcome.
Have a great day.
At 3:08am on May 20, 2010, Gary Val Tenuta said…
Hi Lizbeth. Thanks for the friend invite. Didn't see much about you on your profile page. What brings you to this network?

Cheers and enjoy the rest of the week. :-)

Gary Val Tenuta
Author of The Ezekiel Code

At 1:49am on May 20, 2010, Bryan McHeyzer said…
Hi Lizbeth ...thanks for the invite...look forward to future interaction here...Cheers
At 3:40pm on May 19, 2010, Peter said…
Greetings Lizabeth, Thank you for connecting. Let us make this year even better
and develop another stream of income. – Peter
At 3:02pm on May 19, 2010, Lorin Kiely said…
woops!, here it is....
Here's how it works: the cranial nerves, identified as a part of the Social Engagement System, emerge from the brain stem. If the deep muscles of the neck are chronically tense, the nerves become irritated and their ability to function as a part of the system diminishes. In this compromised condition, people commonly experience a lack of safety and trust while feelings of separation and conflict are easily aroused. By gently releasing these structures with simple, systematic movements, the tissues and fluids of the body undergo a physiological change that fosters a very real sense of security and openness within the flux of the dynamically emerging universe.
By employing simple, systematic movements of the head and neck, Top-Down Yoga works to gently release the deep muscles of the neck and structures of the brain stem.
Coordinating the breath with movements designed to activate the deep, small muscles of the head, neck and spine, uncouples neurological and chemical patterns associated with fear and hostile arousal.
Working with eye movements disengages the practitioners of Top-Down Yoga from their habitual patterns of seeing. The ensuing changes in heart rate and concomitant release of neuropeptides foster not only a more positive outlook, or how the practioner sees, but also an awareness of the act of seeing itself. The seeing of seeing is a vital step to self-awareness and the introduction of new choices in behavior
Top-Down Yoga works to unify the most primordial organization of the fluids and tissues of the body, with the advanced evolutionary organization of the Social Engagement System. It is an embodiment practice that encourages the optimal flow of cerebrospinal fluid while activating the potent neuropeptide "messenger molecules" that coordinate almost all physiological and emotional processes of the body at the cellular level.

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