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The Deception

We tend to develop habitual physical responses to strong emotions. Make sure you are familiar with it. Pay attention at times like this is aware of its best defense against disease. Our hot spots can teach us much, but during times of stress, we tend to focus on our thoughts rather than our bodies. Do not miss this opportunity to learn more about yours. 2) Scan your mind. Watch your thoughts pass like you're watching a parade.

No need to jump on any floating in its wake. You're not the queen of the rodeo on a horse rampant, or festival princess waving to the crowd. You're a spectator. Monitor. 3) separately. Every time we are disappointed, our past disappointments bubble to the surface.

Things are awakened, and our excitement that accompanies it often has more to do with the cumulative effect of our disappointments of this life in particular. We tend to catastrophic and comprehensive package together in one big fat disappointment. Do not let that happen. Look at this incident as something totally separate from others. Each float is alone. 4) Float. I call this the "Float-buoys" approach. Now that you're seeing this parade of floats to board without any of them turn their attention to that brief time between them. Sure, you know another one coming. Not exactly in front of you yet. There is nothing you can do but wait. There is no point wasting your time or energy to set expectations that will be spectacular. It makes no sense to worry that it will be disastrous. They argue that space and float in it. Moving to more aware – of your body, mind, and the world around you. It is an opportunity to go beyond lick their wounds. View change as the thought of "Why?" to "What I can do now?" Often, into action – in retaliation, self-protection or simply distraction – not the most important lessons gleaned from the deception. The ability to "float between floats" provide clarity and comfort. Use this time to develop their awareness. It will help you recognize the power of attention and the endless stream of floats that pass. All things considered, is a Heckuva parade.

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Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 News Comments Off on The Deception

Do You Control Your Weight ?

How often do you hear a parental voice in your head that says things like: "You have to lose weight," or "You must get up early every morning and exercise" or "Today should be caught in the bills" or "I have to get rid of this mess." Let's explore what happens in response to this voice. We have a very good reason to judge ourselves: the trial of us believe that in judging, criticizing, "shoulding" us, motivate us to act and thus protect against failure or rejection. They may have been judging ourselves to get things done "right" since we were kids, hoping to keep us online. And we will do, because we believe it works. Take the example of Karl, who is a senior executive at an accounting firm general. Karl has had a heart attack and is supposed to watch their diet. Immediately after his heart attack, he did so to avoid sugar, fats and overeating, but after six months or so, found himself struggling with your eating plan. In our counseling session, Karl told me he was upset with him for having a great desert, and a great meal last night.

I asked Carlos to get back on the situation and to feel what he had been. "Well, I have dinner with one of our largest customers. a l asked me a question and I do not remember the facts, so I could not answer. As soon as this happened, the voice came to me tell me I'm stupid, I've thought of him and "What's wrong with me anyway?" "How did you feel as soon as he sees himself?" I asked.

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Saturday, February 12th, 2011 News Comments Off on Do You Control Your Weight ?