Try BrainTap

Try BrainTap

Don’t know how to meditate?

Often people tell me they don’t know how to meditate, or that when they are upset or anxious about something that meditation is difficult. Well for those of you with these experiences, I just discovered a tool you can use.

If you are new to meditation, or if you are dealing with extra stress or anxiety that make it difficult to meditate, I found a tool that will help you.

There are many types of meditation. There is meditation that is completely silent. There are guided meditations, walking meditations, meditations that have you focus on breath or a visual point.

A friend recently told me about BrainTap.  BrainTap is an App that you can download on your devices. It provides over 700 modules of meditation that is not only guided, but it uses brain technology to guide you into more relaxed brain states that we naturally achieve during relaxation and sleep.



Relax. Reboot. Revitalize.

Here’s a tool you can use.

In 20 stress-free minutes a day you can achieve ultimate relaxation, release anxiety or use the tool to get a restful night’s sleep.

Here’s how to get the “BrainTap” App:

Click on the link below to sign up and use it for FREE for 15 days:



After signing up, download the App from the Apple Store or get it on Google Play. I use my ear pods on my phone or tablet to listen. It’s super easy and so far I love everything I’ve tried.  It’s a great way to stay positive, relax and give myself some healthy self-care and brain training right now.
Whether you decide to use the App after the 15 day free trial or not, during these stressful times, it is a wonderful tool to help stay focused, practice self-care, relax and keep the healthiest attitude possible (which helps our immunity).
I would really love to get your feedback and for you to let me know what you think. Please leave your comments or any feedback you have below.

Disclaimer: Results may vary. Kay Rice, M.Ed. &/or Spontaneous Health, LLC does not dispense medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as a replacement form of treatment for physical, mental or medical problems by your doctor either directly or indirectly. Kay Rice, M.Ed.’s intention is to offer a variety of information and tools to help the reader in their quest for optimal health, spiritual growth, emotional and physical well-being. We may have an affiliate relationship with some of the products on this site. This means, if you purchase a program or product by clicking on a link for it on the site, we may receive a small commission for your purchase. This helps support us in bringing you educational and motivational information and support.

Don’t Make Any New Year Resolutions … until you do this

Don’t Make Any New Year Resolutions … until you do this

Don’t Make any New Year Resolutions

Until you do this: Reflect, Release, Restore

I suggest you make this a written exercise. If it is at the beginning of a New Year or a new season, you may even want to begin a new journal with this exercise. Writing things down gives you clarity and accountability. It is a written record of your thoughts, desires, emotions and the commitments you have made to yourself and the outcomes you want to achieve.

 Use the questions for “Reflect, Release and Restore” as journal prompts. This is a fantasic year-end exercise, and it is also a great exercise to do periodically, or when you are going through a transitional time in your life.


Reflect on the past year. Ask yourself the following questions:

  • What were my successes?
  • What made me the happiest?
  • What were my greatest challenges?
  • What might I have done better or where would I like to improve?
  • What things or experiences am I grateful for?


Are you ready to release the things that are holding you back or that are no longer serving you? What things do you choose not to carry forward with you into a new year? (This can be on an emotional, a physical, a material or a spiritual level).

  • What things in my life are no longer serving me? Am I truly ready to release them, and if not, why not?
  • What material things in my life do I no longer need? Could I pass them along to someone else or do they need to be thrown away?
  • Am I holding onto things in my physical body, such as weight, stress, anxiety, or unprocessed emotions or experiences that I need to release?
  • What thoughts or emotions am I having that are not serving me? Is there anyone I need to forgive? Am I ready to let go of toxic thoughts, emotions and old stories?
  • Are there any people, situations or circumstances in your life that are not serving your highest and best interests, or may even be toxic. Are you ready to release them and possibly even surrender to the wisdom of uncertainty?


Practice Self-Care. Ask yourself, “What things am I ready to commit to doing that will nourish my mind, body and spirit and help me to show up as my best self each day?

  • What things am I willing to commit to doing on a day-to-day basis to nourish my mind-body and spirit?
  • What will I commit to doing on a monthly or seasonal basis to nurture and restore myself on all levels? How will I plan for that and make it happen?
  • Do I need support? If so, can I ask for support and from whom?

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