Lisa: I’m great, Dr. Kiltz, how are you?
Dr. Rob: Spectacular. Another great day in the universe, isn’t it?
Lisa: Absolutely. It’s been a great spring.
Dr. Rob: Man, that March in upstate New York it was 80 degrees. Do we visualize and create some amazing things in life.
Dr. Rob: What are we talking about today?
Lisa: Today, we’re talking about utilizing the Healing Arts space. You’ve created this wonderful building, this wonderful outdoor area for us. I think it’s important for our clients to not view our appointments as something to dread or just something to pencil in; we can really create them as an event of relaxation, as a moment to carve out time for ourselves. We always recommend yoga, acupuncture, and massage. We understand that sometimes that people aren’t ready for that, but they can still get all sorts of great benefits from our center. They can walk around the pond; use the meditation room, just familiarizing themselves with that.
Dr. Rob: Relaxation reduces stress. It reduces those chemicals in the body that actually inhibit us from getting which we desire. I was talking to a client this morning that said she didn’t have time for yoga, even meditation or journaling. We talked about ways of creating the time, and it’s always there. When you come to our new center in Syracuse, our wellness and healing arts, it really is that practice. We have ten acres of walking trails. Just coming and sitting in the relaxation room, meditating and visualizing what you desire as if you already have it, is so important in life. Our worrying actually attracts what we’re worrying about. If we worry about not getting something, then guess what? So, the practice is having faith and persistence. The practice of meditation, yoga, acupuncture, and massage helps us to relax. Reading…we’ve created with Lisa’s help the Fertile Secret which is about the practice of recognizing that you are fertile, and that it’s all possible.
Lisa: I always recommend to clients if they say, Oh, I don’t have enough time or I can’t create the time to meditate and relax. Well, you’re already here, so just schedule another 10 or 15 minutes on either side and take a walk around the pond. Go just sit in the back; if you’ve never been to our healing arts center and either follow the path around or one of the nurses will escort you gladly to the rear area where it’s nice and relaxing, and peaceful. You can just take a few minutes to look through our great library and just take in what’s around you, and sit peacefully and quietly. That may be just what you need.
Dr. Rob: Meditation is 24/7/365 because it’s our thoughts that create the world. I think our environment is part of helping you reset and realign your thoughts with your dreams.
Lisa: Absolutely. Thank you very much for the great expansion and creating such a relaxing environment because it is challenging for some people to relax during this process and to view it as something that isn’t such a challenge, more of a journey and a great path to wellness.
Dr. Rob: It is my pleasure. The reality is, it’s a challenge for all of us. That’s why we create the space is to practice it 24/7.
Lisa: Thank you very much.
Dr. Rob: My pleasure. God Bless. Take Care.
Lisa: Have a great week!
Lisa Stack, Support Coordinator