Laughter for every day

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Laughter for every day

Sunday Family Laughter:

The fetus begins to smile from the 26th week of gestation and more or less to 6 years children laugh spontaneously everything is innate and consistently, then as-you-grow, laughter decreases unless something motive it.

Cancer and laughter

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Bringing more laughter into your life

By Christine Clifford, CSP

Cancer and laughter go hand-in-hand. I wouldn't recommend trying to deal with the disease without this vital resource!

Three days after undergoing breast cancer surgery in December, ‘94, I heard the doorbell ring downstairs from my place of rest in my bedroom. “Mom!” screamed my second-grader Brooks, “More flowers for your breast!”

Bringing more laughter into your life

Written by Risalegria. Posted in Articles

Bringing more laughter into your life

Laughter is your birthright, a natural part of life that is innate and inborn.

Infants begin smiling during the first weeks of life and laugh out loud within months of being born. Even if you did not grow up in a household where laughter was a common sound, you can learn to laugh at any stage of life.

Laughing Your Way Through Grief

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Laughter and Grief

Source: http://thelaughacademy.com/home/?p=33 Photo: http://www.tawnabrown.com/galleries/abstract/#gallery

The above title may seem inappropriate to some. “Death is not funny,” they might think. The idea of laughing at a time of loss seems antithetical to the emotional upheaval the bereaved is feeling. Yet, for those who work in the field of laughter and humor, it is perfectly understandable to laugh at a time when you least feel like it. The healing benefits encompass body, mind and spirit and help to ease the pain.

About Laughter Yoga

Laughter Yoga is a revolutionary idea, simple and profound. An exercise routine, it is fast sweeping the world and is a complete wellbeing workout. It is the brainchild of Dr. Madan Kataria, an Indian physician from Mumbai who started the first laughter club in a park on 13th March 1995, with just 5 people.

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