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I have a simple question for you. Please take a few seconds and think about the answer. What are your wishes? ...Okay now ano...
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Charles Asher HOW BECOMING IS THE DIVINE SELF Imagine, if you will, part of the wider Jungian community, are gathered togethe...
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Whew...do we ever move fast. Everything seems to be get it done yesterday...fast... faster...fastest. So what are we all rushing to anyway? I had a phone conversation with a woman yesterday. She was from the Caribbean islands and she was in no hurry. When I hung up the phone I thought, "man, she's getting it right". So I will convey my wish to all of you....slow down and enjoy life. Take a walk, smell the flowers, listen to nice music, meditate or take a nap. Life was made to be enjoyed after all and this includes how we utilize our time as well as our pace. And remember that once you do reach the "finish line." you'll want to be able to look back, smile and know that you enjoyed it as much as you could have.
I have a simple question for you. Please take a few seconds and think about the answer. What are your wishes? ...Okay now another question. What actions are you taking to meet those wishes? ...And most importantly; do your actions match your wishes? For example, if you want to meet Mr. or Ms. Right, are you out and about trying to meet them? Are you on Match.com? Have you formulated an idea of who this person is in your mind? Have you told all your friends and family to help you look?
Taking no action simply allows things to stay where they are or go backwards. However taking action, any action, toward your wishes is incredibly empowering and most importantly, it will get you what you truly want in life.
Certainly this is a beautiful time of year: Flowers blooming, grass growing, trees leafed out. Beauty can exist in so many forms. Some would say a work of art or a sunset. Beauty exists within all of us if we learn to utilize all of our senses. For example, the smell of lilacs in May or Locust tress in early June. Or the sound of a beautiful piece of music, the touch of a loved one or the hug of a child. This is exactly what i ask of my clients for our hypnosis sessions. Make a vivid image in your mind and think of a time in your life when you were truly happy. Maybe a day at the beach or a first date or a birthday party. Now use all your senses to make it come to life: What did you see? what did you hear? what did you feel or smell or taste? Be as specific as possible. If you think in these terms your mind can be tricked into believing you are actually there and you can savor the moment and be truly happy.
Are you a person who believes that you always do what you intend to do? Most people would probably answer yes. However, despite what you may believe, research shows that the majority of people, do not. In fact, most individuals have far less control then they believe they do. As frustrating as this may be, there are ways of establishing good habits and overcoming those existing ones that seem to get in our way. But first let’s look at how habits are formed, as well as the obstacles we face in overcoming the existing ones that prevent us from achieving our goals.
It has often been said that it takes 3 weeks of repeating a behavior for it to become a habit. However, when looking into this further, I discovered that this is actually not true. In most cases, it takes much longer. (WEW! That sure let’s me off the hook for all those times I thought I would have it down in a month’s time, only to discover that I had not.) In fact, it was discovered in a recent study that fo...
I have been writing a lot about feeling overwhelmed because I get the sense that that is what most people are coping with these days. I know I've felt that way lately. Guess what saved me? Asking for help! Most of the time I did get the help I needed-at least enough to make me feel better about the volume of what needed to get done. Asking is very empowering. It helps you realize that you really have all the help you need-you just may need to open your mind up to it. Asking for help puts your mind in a more relaxed, feel good state. It makes you feel loved, cared for and connected. It almost does not matter how much help you get as long as it is some help. Because perception is reality, what's most important is that your mind believes that you are getting all the help you need. Are you feeling overwhelmed? That okay, we all do at times. The answer is to just ask for help!
Have you ever been involved in arguments where you must win for everything to be okay? What if you looked at this concept differently? What if you saw these situations as win-win and realized that if you lost the argument that, although you may need to adapt a bit, everything will still be okay. What a great way to feel. In this way no one really loses. Instead you just learn to change a bit and most importantly, you see the situation as win-win for everyone.
I love the word "simplify.'-especially what it means to me.I am on always on a quest to simplify my life. Maybe I always have been. The best way to live is in simplicity. When my life gets too complicated, I can sense it and I know that it's time to simplify. And I'm always happy that I did! How can you simplify your life? Maybe taking on less responsibility or by cleaning out your garage. Maybe buying fewer things or finding a better system to do yard work. There are many ways to do it. I think everyone should try to simplify their lives, every single chance they get. I know I do!!
At times the best action to take is no action. I had two separate events in the past few days where I refrained from saying something when I originally thought I would. Both situations have turned out just fine; perhaps even better than I had hoped. What has helped me is to learn to do something I call "letting it set." I have learned that I make better decisions if, instead of rushing into saying or doing something, I just back off a bit or "let it set." This gives me time to think out my decisions. It also allows outside events to unfold so that the direction I need to take becomes crystal clear. Sometimes taking no action (an action in and of itself) can be more productive than taking action.
When you contact me about hypnosis, reiki or eft, you most likely want to know how a session "works." I always ask you a series of questions such as, are you committed to replacing the habits you have now? Here is what I mean when I say this: Habits, just like energy, always exist in some form. The ones that you have now are not working for you (or you would not be contacting me). So in lieu of "getting rid" of the habits we merely utilize the power of your mind to replace the habits you currently have with ones that work better for you. It is really quite simple and super effective and the best part: you are really doing it yourself. All I do is guide or empower you along the way.
Confidence is a strange thing. What exactly is it? Why do some people seemingly have it and others don't? First of all we all are confident in something. Maybe you are a really good artist. You might stink at plumbing or carpentry but boy, can you paint and draw! True confidence actually starts with a vision. First you picture yourself as confident (seeing feeling hearing, etc) in whatever it is that you want to be confident in. That's right it's just a vision... at first. Then, with time and practice at your given "confidence," you, and everyone else, starts to believe in you. So to summarize, true confidence is merely a function of time, effort and most importantly, belief in yourself.
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