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Squeaky Brain Fix. 7 Fixes!

Squeaky Brain Fix

Squeaky Brain Fix. Why you might resolve to stand up and look out your window each day?

Squeaky Brain Fix — seven brain fixes, actually. They’re here, just in time for new 2018.

  • When you may be working hard at something.
  • Even professional duties as a knowledge worker.
  • When all that mental work fatigues you.

What can you do then? Through this article, gain discernment on your options. Ironically, some “fixes” exacerbate problems. However, you’ll read about helpful alternatives, too.

Squeaky Brain Happens How?

Gotta finish this. Thinking required.

No. Oucheee. This is v_e_r_y   h_a_rrrrrrr_d.   .    .


Squeaks in thinking. Not a mouse. Not my computer mouse, either. Me.

What to do? Helph……….

Squeaky Brain Fix #1. Grab a Beer

“Hey, it’s better than weed.” First of all, recreational substances…  wreck auras. Mildly wreck auras. By putting in STUFF.

If you’ve ever had an RES Energy HEALING Session, yeah! You know from experience how much better you feel after STUFF is gone. Resulting in a nice big aura space. Where your RES Expert can co-create PUT-IN that suits you much better.

Consequently, you may know how “cannabis” is a fancy name — for “Gradually turn your aura into a sewer.”

After the high wears off, you keep the STUFF. Decreasing your enjoyment of life. Also, effectiveness at doing that brain work. Or whatever matters to you.”

But did you know this? Beer and wine don’t just put STUFF in your aura. Like other forms of alcohol, they “merely” damage your brain.

Unfortunately, it gets worse in The Age of Awakening. Downright dangerous to your well being, that false friend alcohol! An extreme case was documented in this alcohol article.

What’s the big deal with one little drink? What happens to your aura? You become a candidate for feeling terrible. Not knowing why. Until you have an RES Energy HEALING Session. Then you learn which kind of help you need: Healing Centerpieces like Stuck Spirits, E.T. Entity Healing, even Spirit Releasement.

All of which, I assure you, can be needed just from one beer. One time.

Surely you have better choices.

Squeaky Brain Fix #2. Video Game Action

Your favorite video game may be ridiculously addictive.

Even if it seems as though your mind is sharpened… probably your free will is dull-ened.

Based on a bit of aura reading research I’ve done. Admittedly, just a bit. I suspect that irresistible video games impact consciousness. Hijacking your ability to focus just a bit, or more, or even more.

Instead, you develop two speeds:

  • Super-duper focused
  • Or dull

Especially for staying alert and creative… Surely you can find safer diversions.

Squeaky Brain Fix #3. Fidget Spinner

Most noteworthy about this popular toy? So popular a toy, some define 2017 as “The year of the Fidget Spinner.”

That twirly toy may soothe you. Well, why wouldn’t it? By definition, hypnosis is soothing.

You don’t have to be a professional hypnotism instructor to tell. Fidget Spinners hypnotize folks.

In 2017 I helped quite a lot of folks through hypnotism, used along with the other skills of Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®.

Rightly used, hypnosis can help with personal growth.

But used in and out, all day long? Even more waking trances? As people misuse their new vibrational freedom in The Age of Awakening????

That’s just dumb-head stooooopid. As a solution to thinking fatigue — fidget spinners are worse than a waste of time.

Have you used one? By all means, ask me to pull out an energetic hologram for you. With your colorful fidget spinner. Find out how it deposits dullness into your aura.

Ask, if you wish, during your next RES session with me. Meanwhile, in this blog post, this consciousness researcher will spare you details. And simply warn you: Don’t play with fidget spinners.

Squeaky Brain Fix #4. Sing and Dance

Vanquish brain fatigue by doing a 2-minute musical comedy. So much, much better for you!

Whether you start singing your favorite song from the “Hamilton” sound track.

Better yet, make your own personal opera. Not two whole hours. Just a tiny bit.

Wacky musical improvs are so much fun. And if you add dancing? The sillier, the better. (Again, ask me during your next in-person session with me. I’ll gladly demonstrate. And once you get into the act, quite possibly, you’ll recall how to feel childlike delight.)

However you give yourself a live entertainment break, what happens next? Instantly your darling brain will gain a beautiful recharge.

Squeaky Brain Fix #5. Or, at Least, Stand up!

Because sitting at your computer involves… sitting.

Take some initiative, though. And you can avoid the icky consequences of “sitting disease.”

Could be, that protesting mind is calling you to do one simple thing. Stand. Up. For. Yourself.

Move around a little every half hour. For instance, simply:

  • Stand up.
  • Take six steps in pace.
  • Sit down again.

It can do wonders. Refreshing the screen of your brain, and more.

Squeaky Brain Fix #6. Talk Directly to a Human

Siri doesn’t count.

Nor does email. Texting. Not even commenting at your favorite blog!

Using energetic literacy skills to help people, year after year… I’m convinced. Humans need contact with humans. Contact in energetic real time. Energetically empty! Since all the rest of our electronic interactions may keep our brains busy. But we get no energetic holograms. We get zilch!

The age-old, human joy of talking to another sapient homo. How hard can it be to emerge from your head?

To talk in person. Hug somebody, even. (A consenting someone, of course. 😉 )

Or use that mobile phone to talk to a person not in the room with you. Webcam even better!

Call it a “coffee break” if you like. Although a more accurate name might be “A humanity reboot.”

Live conversations with people?

Absolutely necessary if you’re going to use full potential in The Age of Awakening.

Squeaky Brain Fix #7. Help from a Simple Window

Call it a “window of opportunity,” if you like.

Or just call it “one of the easiest ways to recharge your brain.”

Look out a window. Preferably, looking at nature.

In Conclusion

Every new year is a bright new start. As if everything were created just for you.

Open into your humanity. Choosing human experiences, whenever feasible. Celebrating your precious waking state of consciousness, so important for using your full potential.

You’ll see. Life will reward you.

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  1. 1

    I recognise that two-speed mode that comes from gaming. Thanks for articulating that, Rose!

  2. 2
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Talk about articulating, THEODORE. Two-speed mode! Just the term!

    That’s the way that intense focus does not become relaxation, just because a hard-working person switches to a “game.”

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    Hannah says:

    I’ve noticed that acclimating to human objective reality and becoming more aware of my human life, activities such as gaming, fidget spinners, recreational drug use, and music by popular singers involved in energetic ponzi schemes don’t appeal to me at all – whether or not I’m consciously aware of their negative side effects.

  4. 4
    Rose Rosetree says:

    HANNAH, that’s such music to my ears.

    Fascinating, too, isn’t it?

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    Lilian says:

    Brilliant article Rose! That solves the mystery of fidget spinners.

    The super alter/dull issue with mental focus is more than an issue with video games. There’s too many ways people can get their intensity fix, to then blot out: porn, caffeine overloads, overwork, violence etc.

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    Lilian says:

    I’ve really noticed how people can struggle with that beautiful thing called “context” at work, when things have to work simultaneously at many levels.

    It’s actually that which can take the most mental effort, to focus on things in the right way at the right time, at the right level of complexity.

  7. 7
    Hannah says:

    I just read this timely article on the BBC’s website. Gaming is now classified as an official addiction disorder by WHO.

  8. 8
    Rose Rosetree says:

    So important to understand! I will say that it’s a STUFF-related addiction without a strong chemical component, like alcoholism or becoming a pothead.

    In RES Energy HEALING Sessions, I’ve given support to people with each of these types of addiction. (Not presuming to be an addiction expert, just an expert at moving out STUFF and then adding PUT-IN to wake up the soul.)

  9. 9
    Rose Rosetree says:

    In my experience, then, I’ve found that it’s considerably easier to help clients to stop excessive gaming.

    Always it’s a triumph of free will when somebody stops a behavior that threatens to ruin quality of life.

  10. 10
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Just in case any of you Blog-Buddies think, “Gaming addiction could never get me” or “I’m not really addicted to my mobile phone, and could never be”…

    May I recommend one of my favorite books from 2017, “Irresistible” by Adam Alter.

    Although it’s not positioned as a book on pop culture, it sure could be. Alter’s compelling book will give you great insight into what’s happening all around you. As you rightly noted, HANNAH, too much gaming can be a big deal.

  11. 11
    Rose Rosetree says:

    Here’s the big question I’ve got today for all you Blog-Buddies:

    When you’ve been working hard, what do YOU do to wind down mentally, or simply give yourself a break?

    Your input here could become somebody else’s New Year’s Resolution!

  12. 12
    Kylie says:

    Play with a cat!

    Take a hot bath.

    Go out for dinner with friends.

    Go for a hike or at least a walk around the block.

    Watch the Great British Baking Show.

  13. 13
    Kylie says:

    Clean house or reorganize while listening to music.


    Sing or dance.

  14. 14
    Kylie says:

    Also, do puzzles and play board games.

  15. 15
    Kylie says:

    I wish it was easier to borrow other people’s children because I really find it fun to run around/play ball, make believe/play peekaboo with small children.

  16. 16
    Kylie says:

    I think the easiest quick break really is a walk around the block.

    Even if it’s not long enough for exercise, I still find it increases my circulation, and boosts my mood.

    Even if it’s cold–a few minutes of walking will warm you up and shift your perspective.

  17. 17
    Kylie says:

    Also I’m a big fan of skyping.

    Skype calls with friends, and 30 minute language tutoring sessions on italki.

  18. 18
    Kylie says:

    Playing basketball, playing ping pong, roller skating, and ice skating are also high on my list of fun things I don’t do often enough.

  19. 19
    Explorer says:

    Love this post Rose! Great reminder of simple ways we have at our disposal.

    These days I find myself deeply yearning for sincere interactions connections with others, the way I’d feel a yearning for the mountains.

  20. 20
    Explorer says:

    Due to physical injuries I’m unable to go for walks which I love and used to do daily.

    So I get creative.

  21. 21
    Explorer says:

    – Use my wood burning fireplace daily. The whole process from start to finish is so relaxing to me.

    – Then I get to snuggle up and read a book by the fire.

    – Coloring books

  22. 22
    Explorer says:

    – Lots of puzzles

    – Play card/board games

    – Watch a nice movie/show

    – Declutter my house and donate when I can

  23. 23
    KayCee says:

    I visited neighbors this weekend, including the new family with four little girls, and it was wonderfully refreshing.

    I enjoy many of the things Kylie listed. Others, I’m encouraged to work in, like using Skype and the activities put on hold due to a sprain.

  24. 24
    KayCee says:

    My porch is relaxing, and I enjoy the view from all my windows. Not many houses on my street, but lots of birds and wildlife.

    Would you believe I have frog and lizard friends? And a gorgeous bobcat came through a few days ago!

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    KayCee says:

    Travel shows and docu’s, especially other cultures. (Even more so now that I’m limiting what counts as technique time!)

    Drives to the beach, parks, or little stores with unique or ethnic ingredients.

    Crafts. Handwritten notes, picture collages, sending things off in the mail.

    Anything involving water.

  26. 26
    KayCee says:

    Word, hidden-picture and seeking games with my granddaughter. Recent surprise rediscovery of jigsaw puzzles through caretaking Mom.

    What about playing Yahtzee on my phone, Rose? (I think I already know..)

    Purchased dice to play during Family Night and then I got greedy and downloaded an app.

  27. 27
    KayCee says:

    Yes to everything Explorer said! Thank you.

  28. 28
    Explorer says:

    Thank you KayCee! Your porch sounds so lovely. Ideal place to just be in the nature at the comfort of your own home. Speedy recovery as well. Injuries are not fun.

    Kyle thanks for the inspiration for italki. I know a few people who could benefit from that.

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    Cat V says:

    I sing and talk to and dance for my cats, jump and dance on my trampoline improvise yoga/dance-like movements that improve strength/agility/flexibility, and bounce on my balance ball!

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