Monthly Archives: August 2011

Nuffnang Celebrates BlogDay!

Dear Nuffnangers,

Have you been sparked with a new blog post idea while taking a shower? Perhaps you whip your phone out to take pictures every few minutes, thinking, “This is so going on my blog”? Or you start experiencing withrawal syndromes if you go even a day without blogging? Well, congratulations! You are officially a blog junkie. ?

With the love of blogging running deep within all of us, there are of course, blogs out there that inspire us; wouldnt it be great if we could share those blogs with everyone? Thats the idea behind Blog Day!

Blog Day was created with the belief that bloggers should have one day dedicated to getting to know other bloggers from other countries and areas of interest, and Nuffnang is proud to be celebrating the 6th Blog Day on 31st August 2011!

On Blog Day, bloggers will post a recommendation of 6 new blogs, and this way, everyone will find themselves discovering new, previously unkown blogs thanks to the viral effect of social media. Sounds great, doesnt it?

Find out here how you can be a part of Blog Day 2011!

And the best part about Blog Day? You get rewarded if your recommendations get us raving over new awespme blogs! The Nuffnanger with the best recommendations will be our Featured Blogger of the Month for the month of October and all the frills, bells and whistles that come with being the Featured Blogger of the Month. Yes, you read that right! But wait, theres more! The winner will also have a radio guesting courtesy of our partners over at the Wake Up Show w/ Vince and Tracey at Mellow 94.7! Now isnt that something worth blogging for?

The deadline for submissions is 11:59pm, 31 August 2011, so hurry, go out and discover blogs  now! Happy Blog Day to all! =)

Cheers,
The Nuffnang Team

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NOTE: Just sharing and I am happy to be a NUFFNANGERS,…

Thursday Cup of Joe

Yes It is that time again for the Thursday Cup of Joe Blog Hop.

Sorry it is a li8ttle late tonight. But we have it post and it is now live. So stop and by and enter in on the hop.

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The rules are easy. To be  in the hop just follow the hosts. Following publicly is always nice. I  do follow back, just please leave a comment so I can do so 🙂 Also any  and all Spam will be deleted! Only direct links to your blogs home page  will be accepted.
Each  week a blog will be chosen to be the spotlight blog of the week. It  would be wonderful of you to follow them as well and stop by and say Hello!

Feel free to grab our button, Tweet about this hop or grab the Hop code!



Need time out at the moment…

I am so so worry right now, I been experiencing that my shirts and my pants can’t fit as easy as one, two and three not like before that is really comfy to wear.  I think this is the result of having a food trip-ping’s  with my sisters and hubby.  I have to admit eating is really my weakness specially when pasta’s and ice cream’s and chocolates can’t help myself but to eat them.

I need help, I really don’t want to continue this gaining weight, time to time out in eating and deal with some exercise and diet pill reviews for better result.  A great combination that needs to implement as soon as possible.

And one more thing guys, gaining weight is not a good idea especially for those working mom like me.. Hehehe… Because it makes me lazy every time I finish eating. Lolz

4 Ways Music Can Benefit Healing and Reduce Pain

Music has been a bridge connecting people of all religions, races and cultures.  It fosters well-being, gives joy, and researchers have documented the physical and psychological benefits of listening to music.

Music is commonly used in medical therapy to promote wellness, manage stress, alleviate pain, express feelings, enhance memory, improve communication, and promote physical rehabilitation.

Music can also help heal one’s spirit by connecting listeners with consciousness…a place within the heart where one’s contemplative nature is activated.

Healing is how many listeners are describing a new CD, ‘Sacred Love’ from Shambhu who crafted his music as an expression of beauty.

“Creating a heartfelt feeling of love was fundamental to composing and performing the music of Sacred Love,” said Shambhu. “If people can feel love in music, then this can nurture them into a more productive, healing space.”

“Tremendous tenderness and love has gone into the making of this CD,” said music reviewer and industry veteran Bette Timm.

D. Brian A. Aberger, D.C., says, “As a health care professional, I would truly recommend this CD to any of my patients or friends that just want to unwind and escape.  It is indeed just what the doctor ordered.”

Here are 4 Key Benefits of Healing Music.

The sound of healing music can calm brainwave activity and lift up one’s soulful presence. Countless studies prove that music impacts brainwave activity and can have a calming effect. Sacred Love composer and guitarist Shambhu has created music like a meditation…the notes are a magic carpet ride into deeper consciousness and personal presence.  “It is open, spacious music with room for personal reflection,” adds Shambhu.

Music can engender calmness and lower your blood pressure. A number of studies show that music therapy in medical treatment can reduce pain.  In a 2001 study on burn patients, researchers found that music therapy significantly reduced their excruciating pain. Colonoscopy patients felt less pain and need fewer sedative drugs if they listen to music during the procedure, according to several studies.

Music can alter a person’s heart and breathing rates

When you listen to music, in addition to the brainwaves getting altered, you heart rate and pulse rate also are affected. Relaxation can be as easy as a listening to a slow piece of music, like the sublime Indian raga feel in the song, Humility, on Sacred Love, and encouraging the body to slow down.

Certain sound frequencies can dissolve blocks

Do you remember the commercial of the opera singer shattering a glass with her own voice? In a situation in which the voice of the singer is quite consistent with that of the glass, this happens. This is the same principle behind such ultrasound devices as those that detect things like kidney stones. Kidney stones can be broken up by ultrasound waves and eliminated with urine, providing an alternative to invasive surgical procedures.

Music has many benefits and uses for personal healing and in the medical world. Integrating music like Shambhu’s Sacred Love into a healing regimen can benefit people who suffer from a wide assortment of ailments and conditions.

Visit ShambhuMusic.com