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Things Happy People Do to Stress Less

Le 16 novembre 2016, 04:51 dans Humeurs 0

1.  Know what you’re trying to achieve and why.

Lack of direction creates stress.  And it’s lack of direction, not lack of time, that’s the problem when it comes to personal achievement.  Everyone has the same 24-hour days and 7-day weeks.

 

Whenever you want to achieve something keep your conscious clear.  Focus and make sure you know exactly what it is you want and why.  No one can hit their target if they don’t know what their target is.

 

2.  Do less by focusing exclusively on what’s important.

The essence of personal productivity is to do the important things rather than the urgent things.

 

In other words, put first things first.  Focus on the essential and eliminate the rest.

 

3.  Think progress, not perfection.

Don’t worry about perfection; you’ll never achieve it.  Instead, focus on the progress you’ve made and the progress you intend to make today.

 

Progression is not automatic or inevitable.  Every step of personal growth requires sacrifice and work.  Every step is part of an ever-improving, ever-ascending life path.  Every step is an accomplishment that should be celebrated.  You know you will never get to the absolute peak (perfection), but when you celebrate the journey this truth only adds to the joy and glory of the climb.

 

4.  Cleanse your heart every night.

Just as your body needs regular washing because it gets dirty every day, so does your heart.

 

Because every day, people hurt you, offend you, forget you, snub you, step on you, or reject you.  But if you choose to forgive these people and let these things go at the end of each day, you cleanse your heart.  You wake up the next morning refreshed and free of negativity.  Refuse to carry old regrets, mindsets, and distractions into each new day. 

 

5.  Purge untrue thoughts.

You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.

 

Behind every stressful feeling is an untrue thought.  Before the thought you weren’t suffering, but after the thought you began to suffer.  When you recognize that the thought isn’t true, once again there is no suffering.  When you change your thoughts, you change your life.

Eat Fiber and Avoid Constipation

Le 17 juin 2016, 05:24 dans Humeurs 0

To have regular bowel movements and escape constipation you need to eat more fiber. Fiber from raw vegetable and fruits is better for you than fiber from grains. Why? Raw vegetables and fruits are live foods with enzymes, minerals, vitamins, and many antioxidants that are charged electrically. They have a magnetic energy that is absorbed by your DNA. So get more fiber from this source and less from grains.

 

Don't forget about water. If you don't get enough water during the day, your body will take the water out of your fecal matter in the colon and make your stools hard. Drink a minimum of 3 glasses a day of pure water and work up to drinking 5-6.

 

Here's where you need to do some "fiber work." You need to increase your fiber intake to around 40 - 60 mg or more. Yes this is a lot. In the past, I recommended 35mg of fiber, but this is an average. You want to have more than the average amount. Here are some foods with high fiber. Add them to your eating habits so that you will not be constipated. Fiber does much more in your colon than make you regular,it:

 

* combines with toxins and moves them out in your stools

 

* combines with heavy metal and moves them out in your stools

 

* combines with cholesterol and bile and prevents them from being reabsorbed into your blood stream.

 

* helps to prevent colon cancer and other colon diseases.

 

* keeps your colon walls strong and healthy by not allowing toxins to accumulate there.

 

* cleans the colon walls and pulls toxins out of colon pockets and holes.

 

The following foods provide 3 gm of fiber. Add a variety of these foods to your daily diet to get more fiber into your eating habits. Start eating these foods little by little to get use to eating high fiber levels.

 

* 1/3 cup prunes

 

* 2 slices of whole wheat bread

 

* 1/2 cup cooked winter squash

 

* 1/2 cup fresh cooked green peas

 

* 1/2 cup cooked kidney beans, or pinto beans, or cowpeas

 

* 1 cup of cooked barley, 1 1/2 cup of brown rice, 1 cup of millet

 

* 3 corn tortillas

 

* 1 1/2 cup spaghetti, 1/3 cup of spinach spaghetti

 

* 1/6 cup 100% bran, 1/2 cup cream of wheat

 

* 1 cup applesauce, 1 cup of apple slices, 1/2 cup of bananas, 1/2 cup figs

 

* 1 cup fruit salad, 1 cup of prune juice, 1 ounce of raisins

 

* 1/2 avocado

 

* 1 cup blueberries, 3/4 cup of cranberries

 

* 1/3 cup guava, 1 kiwifruit, 1/2 of a mango, 2 nectarines, 1/3 papaya

 

* 1 orange, 1 cup peach slices, 1 cup pears slices, 1/2 persimmon

 

* 1 1/2 cup pineapple, 1 cup strawberries

 

* 1/2 cup raisins, 3/4 cup coconut

 

* 1/2 cup rhubarb, 1/3 cup of artichoke hearts

 

* 1.2 ounces of almonds, 1/2 ounce sesame seeds, 1/3 cup of sunflower seeds

 

* 1/4 cup of baby lima beans, 1/7 cup of black beans, 1 cup green beans

 

* 1/4 cup of kidney, pinto, white or navy beans, 1/3 cup of lentils

 

* 1/2 cup broccoli, 1/2 cup Brussels sprouts, 1 cup cabbage

 

* 2 carrots, 1/2 cup of carrot juice

 

* 1 cup cauliflower, 5 stalks of celery

 

* 1 cup of chard, 1 cup of mustard greens

 

* 1 ear of corn

 

* 1/2 cup of mixed vegetables

 

* 1/2 cup of olives

 

* 1/2 baked potato, 1 baked sweet potato, 1 cup yams

 

* 1 cup tomato juice, 1 cup vegetable juice

 

How do you know when you are starting to get plenty of fiber in your diet? When you are getting plenty of fiber in your diet, your stools weigh less and float in your toilet water. So if your stools sink in water then you need more fiber. This is just a general rule. If you eat excess fiber your stools may sink, but I doubt any of you fall in this category.

Why do people shrink?

Le 12 mai 2016, 06:23 dans Humeurs 0

An Aboriginal e-business management Canadian friend of mine who teaches at the Whispering Lodge in Toronto was explaining to me how physical or emotional healing cannot take place until the person is cleansed of any of the following conditions:

 

1) Emotional conditions such as resentment, bitterness, envy, jealousy and guilt

 

2) Negative thoughts about others or one's past or future

 

3) Negative emotions such as grief, hatred, desire

 

4) Bad or evil spirits

 

5) Attachments or negative energy sent to us from other people

 

In most Aboriginal traditions, a sweat lodge, basically a tent or teepee or cave filled with smoke and heat, is used to remedy the sick person of these conditions. In ancient Rome, buildings called purgatoriums were used for the same purpose. These smoke and heat filled places were considered sacred spaces in which the spirits or God could lift negative entities and energies from an individual without interference with others. Many indigenous cultures throughout the world use burning herbs, plants and resins to accomplish the same purpose. In some cultures the smoke is taken into one's hands and rubbed over the body to blacken it. This is where the modern day practice got its nickname -- smudging.

 

Below is a list of common herb, plants, grasses and resins that are commonly used in smudging ceremonies. You can light these substances yourself and carry a bundle of the substance around your home in a counter-clockwise circle to cleanse your space. I highly recommend cleansing the body outside, however, as I have found that sage can burn very fast and create a lot of rapid whirling smoke that easily sets off the fire alarm.

 

Sage Sprigs - the most common substance used for cleansing is sage. The word sage comes from the Latin word Salvia which means, "to heal." There are also varieties of sage, which are from the Artemisia family of plants. This includes mugwort which s used for cleansing and protection. White sage is used for cleansing and protection. Combining branches of pine and white sages together and nu skin burning them is used to attract prosperity.

 

Cedar and Juniper branches - These evergreen boughs have historically been used to help cleanse, purify and protect ones belongings. Sometimes brooms are made from them to use the smoke "sweep" to cleanse a home during a house blessing.

 

Sweetgrass - This musty smelling grass is used to drive out bad influences and draw good influences into the home. It is often used after a prayer or ritual to "hold" the magic" in its place.

 

Copal - this aromatic plant resin is mainly used in South American rituals. The touch of the strongly scented smoke from burning copal is thought to cleanse and purify any object or person.

 

Frankincense and Myrrh - these "biblical" resins are used in Africa, the Middle East and Europe for ceremonies and rituals. Burned together they are thought to balance yin and yang, or the masculine and feminine energies in a place or dwelling. Either is thought to draw blessings into a home.

 

Tobacco - Tobacco is burned to float prayers upwards to the Creator where they will be heard and answered. Burning a tobacco along with sage, cedar or sweet grass is thought to enhance the magical Neo skin lab 呃人 intentions of the smudge.

 

Smudges and resins can be bought commercially from occult, new age and gift shops. I usually put the branches, plants or resins in the bowl and blacken my hands and face with it. While doing this I pray for protection, purification and blessings from above. If healing another person or purifying a room I will sometimes use a feather or a branch to waft the smoke in the desired direction.

 

Smudging is not all hooey and voodoo. The practice is also thought to created negative ions in the air that remove static and create a positive atmosphere.Not only do people usually feel good afterwards, it also creates a space for the free flowing of positive energies and prayers.

 

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