Author of The Shrouded Caverns stress management expert Jane Clarkston works with individuals and teaches corporate wellness programs to assist people in learning how to use their own abilities to relax and let go of stress. Subscribe to her free e-mail tips of the week at http://JaneClarkston.com
Author and stress management expert Jane Clarkston works with individuals and corporate wellness programs to assist people in learning how to use their own abilities to relax and let go of stress. She is the author of The Shrouded Caverns and has assisted thousands of students, CEOs, and other individuals on how to tap into their own God-given abilities. Subscribe to her free e-mail tips of the week and the FREE meditation mp3 at http://JaneClarkston.com
Author and stress management expert Jane Clarkston works with individuals and corporate wellness programs to assist people in learning how to use their own abilities to relax and let go of stress. She is the author of The Shrouded Caverns and has assisted thousands of students, CEOs, and other individuals on how to tap into their own God-given abilities.
As a hypnotherapist and counselor, she gently uses her voice to take the person into a deeply relaxed state where they learn how to lower blood pressure, boost the immune system, and overcome anxiety as they improve their overall health and well-being. She has been a go-to expert on FOX NEWS, ABC, NBC, and CNN on the topics of relaxation and alternative health. She lives in Las Vegas with her better half and her cat Sheba, who lies on a plush pillow by her desk while she writes. Subscribe to her free e-mail tips of the week and the FREE meditation mp3 at http://JaneClarkston.com
Jane Clarkston, author of The Shrouded Caverns, was programmed as a child for the life of a writer, but it would be many decades later until she discovered her legacy.
With an age difference of eleven and thirteen years between her and her siblings, she learned at a young age how to occupy herself alone. Born in the 1950s in a small town in eastern Kentucky, her family migrated north to Michigan when she was three. The family settled into a new home on a quiet, dead-end street with only six houses, and she was the only child who lived in the subdivision. Life in the big city was very different than the small country town from where they moved, causing her parents to be very protective of her. They did not allow her off of the small private street alone, except to go to school.
She doesn’t remember learning how to read, but by age six, she was a frequent visitor at the East Detroit, Michigan library. She discovered at a young age that a book and imagination could take you anywhere.
Jane married at the age of twenty-one and was the mother of two boys and a girl before she was twenty-five years old. Gratified to be surrounded by her children, she was a stay-at-home mom in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan until her husband needed her in the family business. Her thirties were a busy combination of working, continuing her education in business, and maintaining a home for her family.
In 1990, she received a national certification in property management from the Institute of Real Estate Management and was immediately appointed to the Board of Directors of IREM Chapter 5. She had the premonition to see the need for emergency planning for commercial buildings and conducted city-wide mock disasters with training seminars that included police departments, fire departments, property managers, hospitals, and government agencies in major cities across the United States.
Her expertise awarded her the coveted Manger of the Year award. She was also appointed as a National Spokesperson on Emergency Planning and named to the American Red Cross Emergency Response Team. Jane’s Disaster by Design drew news coverage throughout the United States with CNN taking the story worldwide. Jane was a lady with foresight, and until September 11, 2001, the majority of buildings in the United States did not have a contingency plan in place.
Jane’s life had been hectic, and she had hidden small episodes of anxiety. After a divorce, and with all three children in college, she started having panic attacks. Jane took responsibility for her well-being and decided it was time for a mid-life change. Even though her career had been successful, it was not a career that she had picked for herself, but that of a family business.
Jane went back to the classrooms, and a couple of years later, she emerged as a hypnotherapist, stress management/meditation counselor, and yoga instructor. Jane was also a co-owner of a large alternative health center in Harrison Township, Michigan.
A highlight of her life was at the University of Michigan, where she was an instructor of stress management/meditation and yoga. The classes were large at the University of Michigan, and Jane has often said that having the opportunity to help students learn how to let go of stress and embrace the peace, joy, and power they hold within was a gift. “Stress is a fear-based state of mind, and we choose whether we are going to hold on to anxiety, or let it go and feel the freedom of peace. Stress can kill you, but it never eliminates the problem.”
Jane has taught classes at numerous colleges, military bases, and hospitals and conducted corporate wellness programs. She has been a frequent guest on Fox and NBC.
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HAVE VOTERS BECOME A MASS OF HYPNOTIZED ZOMBIES WITH THE MEDIA IN COMMAND?
Stress, arguments and violence on the rise as voter’s battle it out with opposing friends
St. Petersburg, FL Monday, October 17, 2016—Election 2016 has divided this nation into two irate groups of warriors with tempers flaring. Confusion and outrage is erupting into heated arguments with three long weeks to go until election day. The election will come and go but will you still have your circle of friends after November 8th?
Author and stress management expert Jane Clarkston’s, twenty-five-year career as a stress management councilor and hypnotherapist has worked in universities, hospitals and corporations helping individuals reduce stress. She is also an author, who’s newly released factual-fiction novel The Shrouded Caverns, set in modern-day Egypt, has a plot that is playing out in our political world today. Is a secret group using the media to brain wash voters as they make their decisions on this election?
“With constant blasting of 24-hour news, iPads, and cell phones our minds are controlled by high-tech programming. We are a society highly susceptible to hypnotic suggestion of a fast paced modern-day lifestyle, where there is little time to think or question the news that is being reported. The majority of people look to the air ways for factual truth and use this information as to what they deem is correct, and use this data as to what to think and believe.
The Ancients knew that our power came from the silence where man has the ability to connect with his God given abilities of truth. The further that we are driven away from these spiritual teachings the easier it is for us to be controlled by outside sources.”
Not since 911 have we had such media over-load. People need to limit their exposure to media coverage of this election on all modalities. A quite walk or other form of exercise, playing music, enjoying a hobby helps clear the mind and lower stress, as it allows us to tap into our own knowing in determining which candidate resonates best to our own believe system, and after making your choice, ‘Let it go.”
We only have one vote each.
“Stress is a fear-based state of mind, and we choose whether we are going to hold on to anxiety, or let it go and feel the freedom of peace. Stress can kill you, but it never changes or eliminates the situation.”
Jane Clarkston has assisted thousands of individuals on how to tap into their own God-given abilities where they learn how to lower blood pressure, boost the immune system, and overcome anxiety as they improve their overall health and well-being.
“The Shrouded Caverns has the power to change your life. It’s that good, and its message is that powerful.”
Journalist Jefferson Blake