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Monthly Archives: April 2011

 

How is the Individuation Process Related to Self Esteem Activities?

April 30th, 2011

First of all, what is individuation? Individuation is a process of separation from the identities that others have told you about who you are.  These processes are a self esteem activities because the process increases your self worth and self esteem by claiming your uniqueness and your values.  The more you know yourself and your unique voice and qualities, the more able you are to know your strengths and your limits and  the better to navigate in your world. There are four different individuation processes in these self esteem activities: 1. The first individuation process usually occurs... Read More

Are You Trying To Hide Your Crabbiness? Nonverbal Communication

April 29th, 2011

Trying to hide your feelings is very difficult. The truth is, we  are always expressing  through Nonverbal communication. Some people can read nonverbal communication more easily than others. Let’s talk about trying to hide our crabbiness, another word for crabbiness is irritability. You may not be feeling satisfied or you may want things to be different. Nonverbal communication of impatience and irritability can be shown in many ways: –Tapping fingers or objects -Tapping your foot –A huff or a sigh –Rolling your eyes up –Looking at your watch or the clock -Your... Read More

What Causes Symptoms of Stress?

April 28th, 2011

The easy answer is stress causes symptoms of stress over time.  We often ignore the early signs.  The early signs become chronic and turn into symptoms.  The symptoms over time can cause more serious symptoms or illness. The early signs can be easy to overlook, but if overlooked over time, can be problematic. Some possible early signs of stress : –Upset in stomach or stomach problems. -A feeling of rightness or wrongness that we ignore (we do not listen to our self). –We feel sad or depressed. -We have a mild headaches. –We feel tired. -We’re feeling overwhelmed or ... Read More

Inspirational Thoughts and Spiritual Science – Emma’s Teachings – Part Three

April 25th, 2011

Emma Curtis Hopkins is a great teacher and applies  Inspirational Thoughts and Spiritual Science.  She’s taught many spiritual leaders in her time.  As I have said before (in previous posts), she is difficult to understand.  The great thing about Emma’s teachings is that  she does not require us to understand at the beginning.  She just tells us what to d (Apply the Spiritual Science), and the understanding will come.  Isn’t that nice and easy? As part of her Inspirational Thought and Spiritual Science, she  asks us to read these affirmations. She also asks you  to create... Read More

Can I Just Have My Abundance and Prosperity Now?

April 24th, 2011

I know how it can feel to not live abundance and prosperity.  We’ve read the books, done the vision boards and the visualizations and the affirmations and so on and so on.  So why don’t we have the abundance and prosperity? I want to share a secret that I started to see results from.  This secret has been around forever and yet many  people do not do it. The secret is to tithe.  I want to share what I’ve learned about tithing.  I know tithing is a difficult subject and I want to share about it because I believe it is  important. What is tithing? First, you tithe to a person... Read More

My Life is Average. Is There a Reward For This?

April 24th, 2011

My life is average.  Is there a reward for this?  Yes.  The reward for my life is average is: Good job!  Well done!  Something is working for you  in your life.  So…  everything is not perfect. Nothing is permanently perfect. So… you’re not perfect.  No one is.  To say that my life is average says to me that you have a good foundation built.  You have income from your job and/or you have friends and family.  It says to me, also, that you want more.  Great! What do you want more of? More money? More satisfaction? More of a social life? More freedom? A better career? A... Read More

Who Am I and Who Cares?

April 22nd, 2011

Who am I is a question  and a process of revealing layers of our self .  It’s a process of revealing our self to our self.  The person who should care the most is our self.  We don’t really need to worry about what others think or care about us.  Who I am keeps evolving and changing, we keep evolving and changing.  Who I am is an act of self inquiry of inner listening to our truths and also self observation.  We can stand back and watch how we act and also notice how we feel.  If we observe more, we can learn a lot about our self. There are some ways to answer the question... Read More

Why Do People Lie? The Importance of Communication

April 21st, 2011

We’ve all lied at sometime.  We’ve all been lied to. We even lie to ourselves?  We believe in being honest, so…why do people lie?  The importance of communication can shed some light on this situation.  As teenagers, we probably have all lied to our parents at some point.  We lie to get our own way, but behind that is that we didn’t want to get a no or have our parents angry or upset with us.  As adults, we may lie to our personal and primary relationships. We lie in two ways: 1.  We lie to ourselves about ourselves.  We deny aspects or parts of ourselves because... Read More

How Can I Calm Down? Anger Management Techniques Part Four

April 18th, 2011

You feel yourself getting angry or you’ve just blown up at someone, now what do you do? What needs to happen is for you to calm down. Remember people respond to your emotions and not to your words, so it’s best to communicate from a calm place. So basically calming down is calming your mind down. Anger management techniques help with this. If you’ve just blown up or get very angry, research show that it takes 20 to 30 minutes for your brain to return to normal. You want your brain to be calmer so you can find win-win solutions. And also to be able to do any repair work in the... Read More

IS Breathing Stress Relief?

April 17th, 2011

This may sound like a strange question, how we breathe can either increase our stress or bring stress relief. You may not be aware, but when you are anxious or worried you tend to breathe fast and shallow. Which increases your anxiety while your mind just keeps racing. Your breath can bring stress relief  if you breathe deeply and slowly. What this does is help your body relax and gives your mind something to focus on, your breath. Did you know your mind will match your breath. If you breathe slow and deep your mind will also slow down. I want to share with you three breathing techniques to help ... Read More