Mental Health

Robert Bike, LMT

Reiki Master
Massage Therapy

"The body is the temple of the holy spirit within you." — 1 Corinthian 6:19

Here are seven simple and easy mental things you can do for better health and longer life.

Take care of your body, you have to live in it for the rest of your life.

Home Massage Reiki Biblical Aromatherapy Health

Ok, everyone. I've been preaching the benefits of drinking enough water to just about everbody I talk to. Read the article I wrote for Touchstone, the journal of the Oregon Massage Therapists Association about water.

And here are some additional musings.

  1. Think positive. You can accomplish anything you want in life.
  2. Set goals. Decide what you want out of life. There's an old saying that most of us plan our vacations more than we plan our lives. Where do you want to go? What do you want to do? Who do you want to become?
  3. Make a plan. Once you decide on a goal, look at intermediate steps. What do you need to accomplish in order to reach that goal? Start now.
  4. Keep your word. I'm an old-fashioned type of guy. My father taught me that my word was a contract. If you tell someone you are going to do something by a certain time, do it.
  5. Tell the truth. Keep it simple. Don't make up stories or excuses. If you make a mistake, apologize for it immediately. If you get into trouble, 'fess up.
  6. Don't worry. If you keep your word, finish projects on time, and tell the truth, then the only thing to worry about is what others do. And since you cannot control what others do, why worry?
  7. Tap. Use the Emotional Freedom Techniques described elsewhere on this site to eliminate your issues.


Put more life in your years!
Robert Bike, LMT, Teaching Reiki Master, Webmaster
Member OMTA & ABMT

I am an Oregon Licensed Massage Therapist (#5473) doing Biblical Aromatherapy and massage therapy in Eugene, Oregon. I offer energy work, light to deep massage, Reiki, and Jin Shin Do acupressure. I offer Reiki classes. I do On-Site chair massage at businesses, fairs, events & parties. And in my "spare time," just for fun, I write about my hometown, Freeport, Illinois. Call any time for more details: 541-465-9486. E-mail: .

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