RUMI

Cada árbol y cada planta del prado
parece estar danzando;
aquéllos con ojos comunes
sólo los verán fijos e inmóviles.

31 oct. 2013

Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it

“Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.”

Dalai Lama

La Psicología de la Gratitud de Robert Emmons

La gratitud es una virtud sentida y sincera
Contacto: Robert Emmons, Psicología (530) 752 8844 raemmons@ucdavis.edu
La gratitud, cuando viene del corazón, no sólo mantiene las relaciones sociales intactas sino que puede físicamente curar el cuerpo, explica en su libro donde examina esta emoción.
The Psychology of Gratitude (Oxford University Press) o La psicología de la gratitud es un libro editado por Robert Emmons de la Universidad de California en Davis y Michael McCullough de la Universidad de Miami. El tratado explora esta emoción desde diferentes puntos de vista que abarcan desde las escrituras de los filósofos griegos de la antigüedad y de la Biblia hasta los de primatólogos, psicólogos, biólogos, filósofos y neurocientíficos.
“La gratitud es una emoción universal básica que no sigue el modelo típico de otras como la amargura, los celos y el temor", opina Emmons, psicólogo que ha estudiado por los últimos seis años los efectos de la gratitud en la felicidad y el equilibrio en las vidas de muchas personas.
A diferencia de otras emociones que corresponden a expresiones faciales universales y que provocan ciertas respuestas fisiológicas (como el aumento de palpitaciones), la gratitud no puede ser reconocida inmediatamente por otras personas.
Sin embargo, aunque no es visible, muchos biólogos han podido medir conexiones psico-fisiológicas con esta emoción. Por ejemplo, cultivar emociones positivas como la apreciación y la gratitud pueden mejorar el funcionamiento del ritmo del corazón, opinan Rollin McCraty y Doc Childre, representantes de HeartMath Research Center y Quantum Intec Inc., respectivamente.
Un corazón que funciona bien envía señales a los centros cognitivos y emocionales en el cerebro. McCraty y Childre opinan que las personas que se concentran en emociones positivas como la gratitud se pueden curar físicamente.
La gratitud es un tipo de emoción compleja, y hasta sutil que requiere que las personas evalúen si es algo genuino, opinan las antropólogas Kristin E. Bonnie y Frans de Waal, ambas de la Universidad de Emory.
Bonnie y De Waal añaden que expresar agradecimiento requiere un compromiso mutuo entre “dar y tomar” y la habilidad de ser altruista en este esfuerzo recíproco. También son de la opinión que “se necesitan habilidades cognitivas avanzadas para distinguir a personas honestas y detectar a las tramposas a la vez que se lleva una cuenta mental”.
Aunque los seres humanos quizás seamos las únicas criaturas que plenamente experimentamos el sentido de quedar en deuda y de gratitud, ambas antropólogas dicen que formas primitivas de esta emoción se pueden encontrar en los animales.
Descrita como agradecimiento y apreciación de la vida, la naturaleza del sentido de gratitud se ha debatido por más de dos milenios. Aristóteles por ejemplo, creía que la emoción era una señal de debilidad incompatible con la magnanimidad porque estar endeudados con otros nos rebaja.
El agradecimiento es también la base de las enseñanzas morales judeocristianas señalan los profesores Dan McAdams de la Universidad Northwestern y Jack Bauer de la Universidad del norte de Arizona, quienes contribuyeron al libro. “Si se puede confiar en los textos que son la base del cristianismo y el judaísmo, la ingratitud fue lo que nos metió en problemas en primer lugar”, dicen estos profesores en referencia a historias fundamentales cómo el hecho de que a Adán se le haya pasado agradecerle a Dios por regalarle a Eva.
El filósofo Robert C. Roberts de la Universidad Baylor contrasta las virtudes positivas de la gratitud con tres sentimientos importantes que son la fuente de la disfunción y la tristeza: el resentimiento, el arrepentimiento y la envidia.
Las personas agradecidas tienden a estar satisfechas con lo que tienen y por eso son menos susceptibles a emociones como la decepción, el arrepentimiento y la frustración”, opina Roberts quien también añade que al ser más felices estas personas son más amables y mantienen buenas amistades.
Roberts señala que “ se podría argumentar que la justicia de la gratitud es algo metafísico—una armonía entre la naturaleza humana y la naturaleza del universo—ya que dependemos de otros seres humanos y de Dios para recibir buenas cosas”.
El estudio de las emociones positivas como la gratitud es un campo nuevo en la psicología que comenzó a finales de los 90 a fin de estudiar el poder y las virtudes del ser humano. Uno de los fundadores de este nuevo campo es Martín Seligman de la Universidad de Pennsylvania, quien cree que “la ciencia de la gratitud, que cuenta con el liderazgo de Emmons y McCullough se ha convertido en un enfoque central de la psicología positiva en estos últimos cinco años”.
El próximo proyecto de Emmons es estudiar como se desarrolla la gratitud en los niños.
“Lo importante de la gratitud es que no solo ayuda a los individuos sino a la sociedad en general. La gratitud es una virtud cívica”, opina Emmons. http://www.gratitudexp.com/tag/robert-emmons/


Robert A. Emmons, PhD, and Mike McCullough, PhD, study on gratitude, 2011, http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/pay_it_forward; and The Psychology of Gratitude, 1st ed., Robert A. Emmons Michael E, McCullough (New York: Oxford University Press, 2004).

Pope Francis And The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Leave The Stage




Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Learning to give to yourself is important in maintaining the flow of abundance. If you cannot give to yourself, there will be a block in the flow, and eventually you will feel it. For instance, healers may burn themselves out if they are always giving to others but are unable to give themselves the time they need to feel nurtured and recharge their energy. You may start experiencing lack, then have to put extraordinary amounts of time and energy into yourself. Or, you may feel depleted on an energy level from your work and lose your enthusiasm for what you are doing.

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

30 oct. 2013

Cognitive Strategy May Sometimes Do More Harm Than Good

http://psychcentral.com/news/2013/10/29/cognitive-strategy-may-sometimes-do-more-harm-than-good/61316.html

Cuando una crisis golpea tu negocio

Cuando una crisis golpea tu negocio, debes dejar a un lado el miedo, el enojo y la ansiedad que normalmente se generan para enfrentarlo con liderazgo.

Aunque ésa es una orden difícil cuando existen demasiados problemas, aprender cómo conservar la calma en situaciones de crisis inspirará confianza entre tus empleados y te ayudará a encontrar soluciones efectivas.

En momentos de estrés, la mayoría de las personas tiene sentimientos negativos o que los sacan de control o que hacen que se escondan bajo la alfombra. Pero ninguno de los dos métodos funciona. “Lo peor que puedes hacer es suprimir tus sentimientos”, dice Allison Troy, psicóloga en Franklin & Marshall College, quien estudia la regulación de las emociones.

No debes dejar que las crisis se lleven lo mejor de ti. Los líderes fuertes reconocen sus sentimientos y los manejan sin perder de vista lo importante; arreglando el problema rápida y eficientemente.

Para mantener la calma en una crisis, aplica estas sencillas estrategias:

1. Ve el problema como alguien externo

La mejor forma de difuminar una situación emocional es tomar distancia del problema. “La distancia te ayuda a ver el panorama general”, dice Ethan Kroos, director de Emotional and Self-Control Laboratory de la Universidad de Michigan. “Puedes pensar más claramente cuando no estás inmerso en los detalles”.

Como líder del negocio siempre estarás en el centro del problema, así que necesitarás ‘engañar’ a tu cerebro a pensar que tienes más distancia que la real. Para hacerlo, imagina que un colega se acercó a ti para pedirte consejo sobre una situación. ¿Qué le preguntarías? ¿Qué consejo le darías? ¿Cómo lo motivarías a enfrentarla? Al cambiar tu perspectiva podrás encontrar soluciones potenciales con mayor claridad.

2. Recuerda obstáculos del pasado que superaste

Cuando diriges tu propio negocio, inevitablemente enfrentarás crisis con consecuencias graves. Esa presión puede provocar ansiedad, la cual se acompaña de miedo e inseguridad que disminuyen tu habilidad para liderar efectivamente.

“Si sientes que no tienes los recursos para manejar la situación, convéncete de que sí los tienes”, dice Troy. Contrarresta los pensamientos negativos con recuerdos específicos de crisis pasadas que superaste y dite a ti mismo que puedes superar ésta también. Como el discurso que un entrenador daría al equipo antes del partido o en el medio tiempo, debes recordarte que tienes la fortaleza y la capacidad para superar la crisis.

3. Toma acción

En una crisis, no debes enfocarte en las cosas que no puedes cambiar, ya que eso sólo generará más ansiedad. Mejor, enfócate en lo que sí puedes hacer y pon manos a la obra. “Haz algo activo para resolver el problema, aun cuando no estés seguro de que vaya a funcionar”, dice Troy.

Empieza por identificar qué partes del problema puedes controlar, después busca una acción que puedas tomar inmediatamente. Incluso las pequeñas acciones, como llamar a alguien para pedirle su consejo, te harán sentir productivo y ayudarán a disminuir la ansiedad.

Fuente:soyentrepreneur.com

Instalan en Vancouver el primer cajero de bitcoines del mundo – RT

Instalan en Vancouver el primer cajero de bitcoines del mundo – RT

Gratitud todos los días: 10 estudios científicos a cerca de los beneficios de la gratitud

Gratitud todos los días: 10 estudios científicos a cerca de los beneficios de la gratitud

La gratitud genera beneficios físicos y psicosociales

La práctica de agradecer todo lo bueno que nos ocurre en la vida mejora la salud.



"La gratitud es realmente sorprendente porque genera beneficios físicos y psicosociales", esta es la conclusión de los doctores Blaire y Rita Justice, investigadores médicos del Health Science Center de la Universidad de Texas. La práctica de agradecer todo lo bueno que nos ocurre en la vida tiene múltiples beneficios en la salud:
-Mejora el sistema inmunitario de las personas, tanto si están sanas como enfermas.
-Reduce los síntomas físicos, como dolores de cabeza, tos, náuseas o dolor.
-Incrementa los niveles de alerta, vitalidad, atención y energía.
-Reduce el estrés, la ansiedad, la presión arterial y la depresión, así como la ira y el resentimiento.
-Ayuda aumentar las conexiones sociales positivas.

Estos y otros beneficios habían sido evidenciados con anterioridad durante un experimento llevado a cabo por los doctores Robert Emmons –director de Journal of Positive Psychology y autor del libro Thanks!– y McCullough, de la Universidad de Miami. Durante dicho experimento, el grupo de personas al que se le pidió que tuviera durante el día más pensamientos de agradecimiento tuvieron menos problemas de salud y se sentían más satisfechos y felices tras el experimento, en comparación con los participantes de la investigación a los que no se pedía hacer nada en especial.

No son los únicos estudios que se han hecho sobre la gratitud, pero sí confirman lo que otros médicos habían concluido: que el agradecimiento diario mejora la calidad de vida en general: el sueño es más reparador y por la mañana se tiene un despertar más energético, así como más optimismo, más satisfacción con la vida y una mayor conexión con los demás.

http://www.elcorreodelsol.com/articulo/la-gratitud-genera-beneficios-fisicos-y-psicosociales

Teach this triple truth to all- A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.

”Teach this triple truth to all- A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.” – Buddha

People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness.

People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they're not on your road doesn't mean they've gotten lost.

—Dalai Lama

The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.

The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.

—Carl Jung

29 oct. 2013

Dating: What I Know For Sure

Dating: What I Know For Sure

Challenges of The Dating Scene

Challenges of The Dating Scene

Inner Bonding Dating: Date Lying

Inner Bonding Dating: Date Lying

Dating: The Dating Scene- Signs of a Promising Relationship

Dating: The Dating Scene- Signs of a Promising Relationship

He's Just Not Into Your Wounded Self (and if he is, run!)

He's Just Not Into Your Wounded Self (and if he is, run!)

Relationships, Love Advice: Fears of a New Relationship

Relationships, Love Advice: Fears of a New Relationship

Engagement Anxiety Relieved: A Media Diet

Engagement Anxiety Relieved: A Media Diet

Relationship Advice: Ending Relationships Gracefully

Relationship Advice: Ending Relationships Gracefully

Relationships: Leaving An Abusive Relationship

Relationships: Leaving An Abusive Relationship

Rleationship Advice: Should I End This Relationship?

Rleationship Advice: Should I End This Relationship?

Relationships: What to do if Your Spouse Won't Go to Counseling

Relationships: What to do if Your Spouse Won't Go to Counseling

Relationship Advice: Too Easy To Leave

Relationship Advice: Too Easy To Leave

Love and Marriage: Do They Really go Together?

Love and Marriage: Do They Really go Together?

Love: Is This Romance or is This Friendship?

Love: Is This Romance or is This Friendship?

Real Love: What is Real Love?

Real Love: What is Real Love?

Relationships: If I am Myself, I will end Up Alone

Relationships: If I am Myself, I will end Up Alone

Relationships: Moving Beyond Codependency - Saving Your Marriage

Relationships: Moving Beyond Codependency - Saving Your Marriage

Relationship Advice: Should I Give Up Me To Not Lose You?

Relationship Advice: Should I Give Up Me To Not Lose You?

Relationship Help:I'm So In Love, So Why Am I Depressed?

Relationship Help:I'm So In Love, So Why Am I Depressed?

Relationships: Bonding With Your Partner - Without Candles, Wine or Lingerie!

Relationships: Bonding With Your Partner - Without Candles, Wine or Lingerie!

Sexuality and Intimacy: Time for Connection

Sexuality and Intimacy: Time for Connection

Love Advice: Keeping Love Alive

Love Advice: Keeping Love Alive

The Feeling of Love, the Actions of Love

The Feeling of Love, the Actions of Love

Engagement Anxiety Dismantled: Real Love versus Infatuation

Engagement Anxiety Dismantled: Real Love versus Infatuation

Dating: What I Know For Sure

Dating: What I Know For Sure

Dating: Why Are People Rejecting Me?

Dating: Why Are People Rejecting Me?

Relationship Deal-breakers

Relationship Deal-breakers

First-Date Blues – What Can you Learn?

First-Date Blues – What Can you Learn?

Ejercicios de Qi Gong Para el Dolor De Cuello - Por Jorge Beltrán

Chi kung- San Jiao - Triple calentador



http://puertadeldragon.com/luohan-chi-kung/ejercicios-basicos/

What would you be doing differently if you had faith in your choices?

What would you be doing differently
if you had faith in your choices?
~ Alan Cohen

How to Lead With Your Radiance on Dates - Katherine Woodward Thomas

World Happiness Report 2013

http://unsdsn.org/files/2013/09/WorldHappinessReport2013_online.pdf

baby&me

28 oct. 2013

Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.

Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.

—Rumi

Let South Africa Show the World How to Forgive - — Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu

Let South Africa Show the World How to Forgive

— Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the 1983 Nobel Peace Prize, was chair of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

This article was adapted from the speech he gave at the University of Toronto upon the receipt of an honorary doctoral degree.
If you asked even the most sober students of South African affairs what they thought was going to happen to South Africa a few years ago, almost universally they predicted that the most ghastly catastrophe would befall us; that as sure as anything, we would be devastated by a comprehensive bloodbath.

It did not happen. Instead, the world watched with amazement, indeed awe, at the long lines of South Africans of all races, snaking their way to their polling booths on April 27, 1994. And they thrilled as they witnessed Nelson Mandela being inaugurated as the first democratically elected president of South Africa on May 10, 1994. Nearly everyone described what they were witnessing -- a virtually bloodless, reasonably peaceful transition from injustice and oppression to freedom and democracy -- as a miracle.

When the disaster did not overtake us, there were those who said, “Wait until a black-led government takes over. Then these blacks who have suffered so grievously in the past will engage in the most fearful orgy of revenge and retribution against the whites.”

Well, that prediction too was not fulfilled. Instead the world saw something quite unprecedented. They saw the process of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, when perpetrators of some of the most gruesome atrocities were given amnesty in exchange for a full disclosure of the facts of the offence. Instead of revenge and retribution, this new nation chose to tread the difficult path of confession, forgiveness, and reconciliation.

We South Africans have not done too badly. It is sometimes said of newly democratic countries that their first elections too frequently end up being their last. Well, we have already had a fairly uneventful second general election and have witnessed the transition from a charismatic, first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela, to the more pragmatic, pipe- smoking Thabo Mbeki. The turmoil and instability that many feared would accompany these crucial events have not occurred. Why? Well, first, you have prayed for us and, if miracles had to happen anywhere, South Africa was a prime site for a miracle.

And we have been richly blessed to have had at such a critical time in our history a Nelson Mandela. He was imprisoned for 27 years; most expected that when he emerged, he would be riddled with a lust for retribution. But the world has been amazed; instead of spewing calls for revenge, he urged his own people to work for reconciliation -- and invited his former jailer to attend his presidential inauguration as a VIP guest.

Wonderfully, Mr. Mandela has not been the only person committed to forgiveness and reconciliation. Less well-known people (in my theology no one is “ordinary,” for each one of us is created in the image of God) are the real heroes and heroines of our struggle.

There was a Mrs. Savage who was injured in a hand-grenade attack by one of the liberation movements. She was so badly injured that her children bathed her, clothed her, and fed her. She could not go through a security checkpoint at the airport because she still had shrapnel in her and all sorts of alarms would have been set off. She told us [at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission] that she would like to meet the perpetrator -- she, a white woman, and he almost certainly, a black perpetrator, in the spirit of forgiveness. She would like to forgive him and then extraordinarily she added, “And I hope he forgives me.” Now that is almost mind-boggling.

The daughter of one of four African National Congress activists, whom the police ambushed and then killed gruesomely -- their mutilated bodies were found in their burnt-out car -- came to tell her story. She said the police were still harassing her mother and her children, even after their father had died. When she finished, I asked her whether she would be able to forgive those who had done this. We were meeting in a city hall packed to the rafters. You could hear the proverbial pin drop, as she replied, “We would like to forgive. We just want to know whom to forgive.”

Our country did not go the way of Nuremberg, to bring the perpetrators of such crimes to trial. After the Second World War, the Allies had defeated the Germans and could apply so-called “victor’s justice.” In our case, neither the apartheid government nor the liberation movements had defeated their adversary. Our country could not afford the exorbitant cost of trials, even if we could have held them and had the evidence to satisfy a court of law.

Our country rejected the other extreme of a blanket amnesty, as happened in General Augusto Pinochet’s Chile. It victimized the victims a second time around and was really trying to let bygones be bygones, when in fact they never become bygones. Certainly, Gen. Pinochet now knows you can’t act with reckless impunity and hope to get away with it forever. This is a moral universe.

Our country chose a middle way of individual amnesty for truth. Some would say, what about justice? And we say retributive justice is not the only kind of justice. There is also restorative justice, because we believe in Ubuntu -- the essence of being human, that idea that we are all caught up in a delicate network of interdependence. We say, “A person is a person through other persons.” I need you in order to be me and you need me in order to be you.

The greatest good is communal corporate harmony, and resentment, anger, revenge are corrosive of this harmony. To nurse grudges and resentment is bad for your blood pressure. Psychologists have now found that to forgive is good for our personal, physical, psychic health, as well as our health as a community, as a society. We discovered that people experienced healing through telling their stories. The process opened wounds that were festering. We cleansed them, poured ointment on them, and knew they would heal. A young man who had been blinded by police action in his township came to tell us the story of that event. When he finished he was asked how he felt now, and he said, “You have given me back my eyes.”

Retribution leads to a cycle of reprisal, leading to counter-reprisal in an inexorable movement, as in Rwanda, Northern Ireland, and in the former Yugoslavia. The only thing that can break that cycle, making possible a new beginning, is forgiveness. Without forgiveness there is no future.

We have been appalled at the depths of depravity revealed by the testimonies before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Yes, we human beings have a remarkable capacity for evil -- we have refined ways of being mean and nasty to one another. There have been genocides, holocausts, slavery, racism, wars, oppression and injustice.

But that, mercifully, is not the whole story about us. We were exhilarated as we heard people who had suffered grievously, who by rights should have been baying for the blood of their tormentors, utter words of forgiveness, reveal an extraordinary willingness to work for reconciliation, demonstrating magnanimity and nobility of spirit.

Yes, wonderfully, exhilaratingly, we have this extraordinary capacity for good. Fundamentally, we are good; we are made for love, for compassion, for caring, for sharing, for peace and reconciliation, for transcendence, for the beautiful, for the true and the good.

Who could have imagined that South Africa would be an example of anything but the most awful ghastliness? And now we see God’s sense of humour, for God has chosen this unlikely lot and set us up as some kind of paradigm, as some kind of model that just might provide the world with a viable way of dealing with post-conflict, post-repression periods. We have not been particularly virtuous, anything but. We are not particularly smart -- precisely. God wants to point at us as this unlikely bunch and say to the trouble spots of the world, “Look at them. They had a nightmare called apartheid. It has ended. Your nightmare, too, will end. They used to have what people regarded as an intractable problem. They are now resolving it. Nowhere in the world can people ever again claim that their problems are intractable.” There is hope for all of us.

If we are incapable of finding peace in ourselves, it is pointless to search elsewhere.

If we are incapable of finding peace in ourselves, it is pointless to search elsewhere.

—Francois de la Rochefoucauld

When I chased after money, I never had enough.

When I chased after money, I never had enough. When I got my life on purpose and focused on giving of myself and everything that arrived into my life, then I was prosperous.

—Wayne Dyer

Archangel Gabriel

http://trinityesoterics.com/


Daily Message ~ Sunday October 27, 2013

The majority of human beings, at one time or another, will find themselves in a state of energetic crisis. If you are going through such a time, here are some suggestions to assist.

Get back to basics. Practice basic self care. Bathe or shower every day (immersing yourself in salt water can be very helpful). Make sure you get at least 10 minutes of sun on your bare skin (no sunblock). Stay in the Now moment as much as possible. If you have what feels like a monumental task in front of you, simply focus on one thing at a time, not the entire pile. Eat whole and healthy foods and drink plenty of water. Work with your guides! There is a universe filled with helpers whose greatest joy is to assist you. “God is guiding me now” is a powerful affirmation to help you feel that support. Surrender. Give clear feedback to the universe in the form of gratitude. Meditate. Use self awareness to get in touch with what it is you need and don’t be afraid to ask for it. Get assistance from both traditional and/or alternative treatments if required.

Dear Ones, trauma serves the purpose of getting your attention. It occurs to facilitate massive change in your life, not to punish you. You are never, ever alone to navigate any time in your life, as the entire universe is cheering you on and ready to provide whatever you need to assist you. Be open to the help that is available, both physical and non-physical. Know that these times, while difficult, are always for your highest good and are powerful catalysts for empowered change in your lives. Be kind and gentle with yourselves, knowing that a brand new level of beauty is about to emerge. ~Archangel Gabriel

Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time.

Being rich is having money; being wealthy is having time.

—Margaret Bonnano

Special Lou Reed

Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill (with Lou Reed) - 2013

27 oct. 2013

What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do.

What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful, and the work we do feels like play to us.

—Julia Cameron

Salud mental - El proyecto de la longevidad: los sorprendentes descubrimientos para la salud y una larga vida arrojados por el importante estudio de ocho décadas

Salud mental - El proyecto de la longevidad: los sorprendentes descubrimientos para la salud y una larga vida arrojados por el importante estudio de ocho décadas

You perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance

Just as your car runs more smoothly and requires less energy to go faster and farther when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance.

—Brian Tracy

Working with Mindfulness - Mirabai Bush / George Kohlrieser



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Hábitos saludables

Una dieta saludable y practicar ejercicio físico de forma regular es importante, pero existen otros hábitos con clara incidencia en nuestro estado de salud y que, sin embargo, casi no se mencionan a la hora de revisar un estilo de vida saludable. "Pasar 10 horas al día en un trabajo que nos resulta insoportable puede ser mucho peor para la salud que alimentarse a base de fast food" señala Inés Montiel, Médico y Facilitadora del Curso de Coaching de Salud de TISOC. Además, la dieta y el ejercicio son dos aspectos importantes pero no los únicos que determinan ese concepto tan amplio que es la salud. "Hablar de salud es hablar de equilibrio y de bienestar".

Otros hábitos saludables:

1. Duerme sin estar pendiente del reloj. No se trata de dormir entre 7 y 8 horas diarias, ni de acostarte antes de una determinada hora, sino de dormir lo suficiente en cada caso. En esto del descanso no existen las reglas estandarizadas ni los hábitos inamovibles. La clave es seguir los dictados de nuestro cuerpo.

2. Piénsate muy bien lo que piensas. ¿Qué tipo de mensajes te estás lanzando a ti mismo desde que te levantas? Aunque no seas consciente de ellos, eres un reflejo inmediato de lo que estás pensando y tu cuerpo reacciona constantemente a lo que pasa por tu cabeza. Plantearse las cosas en positivo, relativizarlas y pensar que tienes control sobre lo que te sucede son prácticas que hacen que tu sistema inmunológico y aparato circulatorio estén más fuertes.

3. Haz que la jornada de trabajo sea lo más agradable posible. Ocho horas al día (como mínimo) es mucho tiempo al cabo de toda una vida de trabajo. Te interesa llevarte lo mejor posible con tu trabajo. Selecciona los aspectos de tu vida profesional que más te gustan y piensa en ellos regularmente. Saborea y disfruta lo que te hace ser y estar mejor en tu trabajo. Así estarás poniendo el foco en lo bueno y dejando en un segundo plano lo malo.

4. Pregúntale a tu cuerpo lo que quiere comer. Comemos y bebemos más de lo que necesitamos, y lo hacemos casi por inercia, sin disfrutar de la comida y sin ser conscientes de si tenemos hambre o sed. Habrá días en los que te apetezca una hamburguesa y otros en los que el cuerpo pida alimentos frescos o incluso un poco de ayuno. Algo tan sencillo como escuchar a tu cuerpo te puede llevar a realizar una auténtica dieta de desintoxicación casi sin proponértelo.

5. Elige tus relaciones. Curiosamente nuestra cultura nos prepara para elegir una de entre las 20 mermeladas, casi idénticas, del supermercado, pero no nos enseña a discriminar las personas con las que nos relacionamos. Nuestra salud nos agradecerá que elijamos conscientemente y bloqueemos aquellas que no nos convengan. Para aquellas relaciones tóxicas que no podemos o no queremos apartar de nuestras vidas, se pueden limitar los tiempos de contacto y acotar los espacios de nuestros encuentros.

6. Asume el control de tu salud. Tendemos a pensar que nuestro papel ante la enfermedad es puramente pasivo y que cuando nos ponemos malos lo único que podemos hacer es esperar y seguir los dictados del médico. Sin embargo, en el área de la salud, como en otros muchos otros aspectos de la vida, tenemos mucha más responsabilidad sobre lo que nos sucede de la que nos gustaría. Si elegimos cuidar de nuestro cuerpo seguramente nos recuperaremos mucho antes y enfermaremos menos.

7. Tómate la vida con un poco de humor. El optimismo y la risa son factores muy poderosos e íntimamente ligados a la salud y al bienestar. A nivel físico una simple risa nos oxigena, amplía nuestra capacidad pulmonar, fortalece el corazón, libera endorfinas, fortalece nuestras defensas. Desde el punto de vista psicológico, nos libera del estrés, hace que relativicemos las cosas y reduce la angustia. Y respecto a las relaciones sociales, nos acerca a las personas que tenemos alrededor y estimula la creatividad del equipo.

http://www.estarbien.com/cuerpo-y-mente/2013-10-16/vivir-bien/un-trabajo-estresante-es-peor-para-la-salud-que-la-comida-rapida/noticia.aspx?idart=782646

26 oct. 2013

Daily Message ~ Saturday October 26, 2013

http://trinityesoterics.com


Daily Message ~ Saturday October 26, 2013

We invite you to examine what you consider to be your biggest stumbling block in your life expression. What is it? Is it really an insurmountable challenge, or have you fallen into the habit of thinking it is? Have you released it for healing by surrendering it to Source? Do you have gratitude for the area of your life that it affects? Do you live your life around this block, energetically supporting its impact on you even more? Do your thoughts and belief systems continue to support this situation? How would your life be different without this perceived problem? What gifts or experiences has this situation brought to your life? Does it serve a purpose in your life any longer? Once you have asked yourself all these questions, we wish for you to create a clear picture in your mind of your life with complete resolution to whatever this may be, living wholly and completely and joyously. Simply announce with your inner voice to the universe that this is your new preference, and you are now surrendering into its creation. Stay in the flow with the complete assurance and faith that this situation is now resolved and focus on what you wish to create anew. Surrender, flow and gratitude, along with your intention for empowered change, is a powerful combination you can use to update any area of your life. ~Archangel Gabriel

Bernie Siegel on Your Vibrant Health Secrets

25 oct. 2013

The best gurus are disguised as regular people.



The best gurus are disguised as regular people.
~ Alan Cohen

Politics should not be the least heart-filled thing we do, it should be the most heart-filled thing we do

http://marianneforcongress.com/




Heart's Prayer


Before you dedicate your life

to a person, a marriage, a family;

to a corporation, a political party, a peace campaign;

to a religion, a revolution, a spiritual path;

make one other dedication first.

First dedicate yourself to LOVE.

Decide to let Love be your intention, your purpose and your point.

And then let Love inspire you,

support you, and guide you

in every other dedication

you make thereafter.

—Robert Holden

24 oct. 2013

Tener un propósito en la vida protege contra el mal de Alzheimer

http://www.cronica.com.mx/notas/2012/659306.html

Tener un objetivo en la vida puede ayudar a reducir el riesgo de una persona a desarrollar la enfermedad de Alzheimer, según un estudio realizado por investigadores del Centro Médico de la Universidad Rush (UR) de Chicago.

El estudio, publicado en la edición de mayo de la revista Archives of General Psychiatry, señaló que las personas que se han trazado objetivos en la vida mostraron mayores conocimientos respecto a los que no tienen propósitos.

Incluso las personas del primer grupo muestran una menor acumulación de placas y nudos neurofibrilares en su cerebro.

“Estos hallazgos sugieren que quienes tienen mayores motivaciones en la vida se protegen contra de los efectos nocivos de la formación de placas y nudos/ovillos en la memoria y otras pérdidas de habilidades en el pensamiento”, dijo Patricia A. Boyle, del Centro de Enfermedad de Alzheimer de la UR.

“Es alentador confirmar que la participación en actividades significativas y con un propósito promueve la salud cognitiva en la vejez”, agregó Boyle, la autora principal del estudio.

En la investigación participaron 246 pacientes del Proyecto Vejez y Memoria del Centro Rush, que no tenían demencia y que después de morir fueron sometidos a una autopsia para poder estudiar su cerebro y cuantificar la formación de placas y nudos cerebrales.

Los participantes recibieron una evaluación clínica anual de hasta aproximadamente 10 años, que incluyó pruebas detalladas cognitivas y exámenes neurológicos, además de que respondieron preguntas acerca de cuál era el propósito en su vida.

Para el estudio, los investigadores examinaron si el tener un propósito en la vida desaceleró la tasa de declive cognitivo, pese a que las personas acumularon placas y nudos neurofibrilares.

Los científicos afirman que gran parte de la investigación de la enfermedad de Alzheimer que está en curso busca identificar formas de evitar o limitar la acumulación de placas y ovillos en el cerebro, una tarea que ha resultado bastante difícil.

Indicaron que se necesitan estudios como el actual, ya que hasta que se descubran terapias preventivas efectivas, se necesitan urgentemente estrategias para minimizar el impacto de las placas y de ovillos neurofibrilares en la cognición.

De acuerdo con Boyle, estos estudios son difíciles porque muchos factores influyen en la cognición y las investigaciones carecen de los datos necesarios para cuantificar los cambios de la enfermedad del Alzheimer en el cerebro.

La identificación de factores que promueven la salud cognitiva ayudará a combatir este gran problema de salud pública que crece rápidamente, como es la enfermedad de Alzheimer, dijo.

El Proyecto Vejez y Memoria comenzó en el Centro Médico Rush en 1997, es un estudio longitudinal clínico-patológico de las enfermedades crónicas comunes del envejecimiento.

Los mil 500 participantes son personas de edad reclutados de cerca de 40 comunidades de cuidado de retiro continuo, así como de viviendas subsidiadas para adultos de la tercera edad en Chicago y su área metropolitana.

Kumaré

http://hekanibru.wordpress.com/2013/06/19/kumare-la-historia-verdadera-de-un-falso-profeta/



23 oct. 2013

If I have the belief that I can do it

If I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.

—Mahatma Gandhi

Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product.

Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product.

- Eleanor Roosevelt -

The great shift in life comes

The great shift in life comes
when you cease to be guided by forms
and you become attuned to frequencies.
~ Alan Cohen

Documental "Indefensión aprendida"

What is Positive Psychology?


All of the great teachers have left us with a similar message...

All of the great teachers have left us with a similar message: Go within, discover your invisible higher self, and know God as the love that is within you.

Wayne Dyer, 

22 oct. 2013

Exercising Your Loving Adult

Exercising Your Loving Adult

Becoming A Loving Adult

Becoming A Loving Adult

Coming Home: Creating an Inner Sanctuary

Coming Home: Creating an Inner Sanctuary

Loving God Loving Yourself Loving Others = Inner Peace.

Loving God Loving Yourself Loving Others = Inner Peace.

7 Step "Tongue-in-Cheek" Guide to Never Having an Experience of God

7 Step "Tongue-in-Cheek" Guide to Never Having an Experience of God

God Is Everything Good

God Is Everything Good

Spirituality: Connecting With Your Higher Self

Spirituality: Connecting With Your Higher Self

Help in Connecting to the God Who Exists for Everyone Except You

Help in Connecting to the God Who Exists for Everyone Except You

Spirituality: Doorways To the Presence of Spirit

Spirituality: Doorways To the Presence of Spirit

Connecting with Spirit: When God is There for Everyone But You

Connecting with Spirit: When God is There for Everyone But You

Spiritual Connection: Accessing Your Spiritual Guidance

Spiritual Connection: Accessing Your Spiritual Guidance

Inner Bonding Where Was Guidance?

Inner Bonding Where Was Guidance?

God is Not a Disciplinarian

God is Not a Disciplinarian

Spirituality: What is God? Where is God?

Spirituality: What is God? Where is God?

"Why Didn't God Stop The Abuse?"

"Why Didn't God Stop The Abuse?"

"God has no hands but these."

"God has no hands but these."
We can each choose to be the hands of God by learning how to lovingly manage our pain so that we don't inflict pain on others.

Margaret Paul

Martin Seligman habla sobre la psicología positiva


¿Por qué somos felices? - Dan Gilbert


Who is in charge in this moment - your loving Adult or your wounded self?

Daily Inspiration

Who is in charge in this moment - your loving Adult or your wounded self? Are you connecting with Spirit and bringing that love and truth to your Inner Child, or are you stuck in your mind trying to figure everything out? Challenge yourself to move beyond your mind and into love and truth. By Dr. Margaret Paul

Tu tiempo es limitado, de modo que no lo malgastes viviendo la vida de alguien distinto.


«Tu tiempo es limitado, de modo que no lo malgastes viviendo la vida de alguien distinto. No quedes atrapado en el dogma, que es vivir como otros piensan que deberías vivir. No dejes que los ruidos de las opiniones de los demás acallen tu propia voz interior. Y, lo que es más importante, ten el coraje para hacer lo que te dicen tu corazón y tu intuición. Ellos ya saben de algún modo en qué quieres convertirte realmente. Todo lo demás es secundario».
 Steve Jobs


“Tu tiempo es limitado, de modo que no lo malgastes viviendo la vida de alguien distinto. No quedes atrapado en el dogma, que es vivir como otros piensan que deberías vivir. No dejes que los ruidos de las opiniones de los demás acallen tu propia voz interior. Y, lo que es más importante, ten el coraje para hacer lo que te dicen tu corazón y tu intuición.” - Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011) - See more at: http://www.dementesx.com/no-quedes-atrapado-en-el-dogma-steve-jobs-1955-2011/#sthash.c7ezPm4n.dpuf
“Tu tiempo es limitado, de modo que no lo malgastes viviendo la vida de alguien distinto. No quedes atrapado en el dogma, que es vivir como otros piensan que deberías vivir. No dejes que los ruidos de las opiniones de los demás acallen tu propia voz interior. Y, lo que es más importante, ten el coraje para hacer lo que te dicen tu corazón y tu intuición.” - Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011) - See more at: http://www.dementesx.com/no-quedes-atrapado-en-el-dogma-steve-jobs-1955-2011/#sthash.c7ezPm4n.dpuf
“Tu tiempo es limitado, de modo que no lo malgastes viviendo la vida de alguien distinto. No quedes atrapado en el dogma, que es vivir como otros piensan que deberías vivir. No dejes que los ruidos de las opiniones de los demás acallen tu propia voz interior. Y, lo que es más importante, ten el coraje para hacer lo que te dicen tu corazón y tu intuición.” - Steve Jobs (1955 – 2011) - See more at: http://www.dementesx.com/no-quedes-atrapado-en-el-dogma-steve-jobs-1955-2011/#sthash.c7ezPm4n.dpuf

Choose to live simply so that others may simply live.

Choose to live simply so that others may simply live.

- Gandhi -

Un montón de piedras dejan de ser simplemente un montón de piedras...


Un montón de piedras dejan de ser simplemente un montón de piedras, en el momento en que un solo hombre las contempla dibujando dentro de sí la imagen de una catedral.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery

It is good to have an end to journey toward;


It is good to have an end to journey toward;
but it is the journey that matters, in the end.
~ Ursula K. Leguin

Every choice before you represents the universe inviting you to remember who you are and what you want.

Every choice before you represents the universe inviting you to remember who you are and what you want.

—Alan Cohen

Nobody can go back and start a new beginning

Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.

—Maria Robinson

Many people die with their music still in them.

Many people die with their music still in them. Why is this so? Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time runs out.

—Oliver Wendell Holmes

18 oct. 2013

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead

~Archangel Gabriel


Daily Message ~ Friday October 18, 2013

Many of you deny love because you were hurt by someone you loved. But Dear Ones, don’t you see that it was not love that hurt you? It was the absence of love that hurt you. And yet you deny love as if love were to blame, which only makes you more in line with the very thing that hurt you in the first place. Do you see? Do not give an old, out of alignment experience the power to make you forget your true essence or stop BEing who you really are. Your light, your beauty, your essence, your LOVE, is far too glorious, far too required, to withhold from the world. ~Archangel Gabriel


Daily Message ~ Thursday October 17, 2013

Dear Ones, it is your natural instinct to love. As a piece of God, love is your source, it is your true state of being. Many of you have been hurt by others and have decided to be guarded with your love, which really only amounts to denying yourself.

Love! Love because it is your natural state. Love because it feels good to do so. If you have forgotten how to love, or how wonderful it feels to feel love, spend some time with babies, animal or human, and feel your heart open and expand. Take notice of when you are in that love space – you feel absolutely delightful – so present and alive! You feel whole and healthy in all ways.

Many of you think you will experience the flush of falling in love for a short period of time and after that love becomes work. This is such a limited idea of what love is! Love is what allows you to express your beauty, your light, your essence and is what opens you to experience the entire universe loving you right back.

So come back to love, Dear Ones, as an element that is just as important to you as the air you breathe, and surrender back into that universal stream of divine connection where you give love, receive love, feel love, BE love, all at the same time. ~Archangel Gabriel


Daily Message ~ Wednesday October 16, 2013

Freedom, the true freedom your soul craves, comes from embracing who you really are, from living your life according to what is best for you and your unique path, choosing activities that bring you joy, seeing yourself as already having everything you need, and surrounding yourself with people and energies that love, encourage, support and uplift you in all of those areas. By doing so you will continue to shine brightly in your truth, and encourage others to do the same, supporting the energies of acceptance, allowing, and divine self expression, which will only continue to further expand, enhance and beautify not only your life expressions, but your beloved planet, as well. ~Archangel Gabriel

Give it a positive meaning so you can get a positive result.

Give it a positive meaning so you can get a positive result.
~ Bashar

Carol Howe - See How Life Works

See How Acceptance Works - What We Resist Grows Larger by Carol Howe

16 oct. 2013

Personal Power Through Awareness

Is there anyone in your life you have withheld truth from? Think about what you really want to say to him or her. Let it come out without judgment. Now that you have written it, is there an even deeper level of truth you can come from, one that is softer, more compassionate, and acknowledging of the other person as a loving individual? You can keep doing this until you see the real issue between you. Then imagine light and joy between you as you release the truth.

Personal Power Through Awareness

La depresión revisitada: cómo controlar la prima de riesgo vital más temida




Psicología - Las terapias farmacológicas, hasta ahora mayoritarias para tratar la depresión clínica, están perdiendo terreno en favor de las terapias psicológicas validadas científicamente. Se hace repaso a las orientaciones y tratamientos más eficaces y se hace hincapié en el ejercicio físico, como potente herramienta no solo para prevenir la depresión, sino para potenciar los efectos de cualquiera de los tratamientos elegidos.


Paloma Chorot Raso profesora del Departamento de Psicología de la Personalidad Evaluación y Tratamiento Psicológicos, UNED
Bonifacio Sandín Ferrero catedrático de Psicología Patológica , UNED
José Antonio Portellano Pérez psicólogo clínico y profesor del Departamento de Psicobiología , UCM

¿Qué es el efecto placebo?


Bashar's most profound speech


You may not love the words, the actions, or the choices that others make

"Beloved one, you may not love the words, the actions, or the choices that others make, but you love their true being, the Christ of them, and you can smile in the midst of whatever is coming down."

Jeshua ben Joseph

Cómo usar tu imaginación - Neville Goddard


15 oct. 2013

Relationships: 5 Actions For Successful Relationships

Relationships: 5 Actions For Successful Relationships

7 Step Guide to Never Having Sex in Your Marriage

7 Step Guide to Never Having Sex in Your Marriage

Relationships: Non-Reactivity - A Major Key to Relationship Health

Relationships: Non-Reactivity - A Major Key to Relationship Health

Conflict Resolution: Fight or Flight in Relationship Conflict

Conflict Resolution: Fight or Flight in Relationship Conflict

Relationships, Relationship Advice: Energy Vampires

Relationships, Relationship Advice: Energy Vampires

Relationships: What you Say, What People Hear

Relationships: What you Say, What People Hear

Communication Skills: He's Trying to Control Me

Communication Skills: He's Trying to Control Me

Relationships: Prescribing the Symptom

Relationships: Prescribing the Symptom

Relationships: Why Do You Want to Communicate With Your Partner?

Relationships: Why Do You Want to Communicate With Your Partner?

5 Relationship Killers and How to Avoid Them

5 Relationship Killers and How to Avoid Them

Relationships: 5 Actions For Successful Relationships

Relationships: 5 Actions For Successful Relationships

Relationships: 10 Signs of a Healthy Relationship

Relationships: 10 Signs of a Healthy Relationship

Relationship Advice: 7 Ways to Improve Your Relationship

Relationship Advice: 7 Ways to Improve Your Relationship

Codependent Relationships: Takers and Caretakers

Codependent Relationships: Takers and Caretakers

Are Your Eyes On Your Own Plate?

Are Your Eyes On Your Own Plate?

Relationships: A Major Cause of Relationship Problems

Relationships: A Major Cause of Relationship Problems

Relationships: Leaving An Abusive Relationship

Relationships: Leaving An Abusive Relationship

Relationship Advice: Ending Relationships Gracefully

Relationship Advice: Ending Relationships Gracefully

Rleationship Advice: Should I End This Relationship?

Rleationship Advice: Should I End This Relationship?

Rleationship Advice: Should I End This Relationship?

Rleationship Advice: Should I End This Relationship?

Relationships: What to do if Your Spouse Won't Go to Counseling

Relationships: What to do if Your Spouse Won't Go to Counseling

Relationship Advice: Too Easy To Leave

Relationship Advice: Too Easy To Leave

Love and Marriage: Do They Really go Together?

Love and Marriage: Do They Really go Together?

Real Love: What is Real Love?

Real Love: What is Real Love?

Relationships: Bonding With Your Partner - Without Candles, Wine or Lingerie!

Relationships: Bonding With Your Partner - Without Candles, Wine or Lingerie!

Sexuality and Intimacy: Time for Connection

Sexuality and Intimacy: Time for Connection

Love Advice: Keeping Love Alive

Love Advice: Keeping Love Alive

The Feeling of Love, the Actions of Love

The Feeling of Love, the Actions of Love

Engagement Anxiety Relieved: A Media Diet

Engagement Anxiety Relieved: A Media Diet

Faces of the Wounded Self: The Fear of Failure

Faces of the Wounded Self: The Fear of Failure

Inner Bonding The Purpose of Fear

Inner Bonding The Purpose of Fear

The Fear of Being in Your Life

The Fear of Being in Your Life

Listening and Not Listening to Fear

Listening and Not Listening to Fear

Inner Bonding The Purpose of Fear

Inner Bonding The Purpose of Fear

Self Improvement: Fear of Rejection

Self Improvement: Fear of Rejection

Personal Growth: Defining Self-Worth

Personal Growth: Defining Self-Worth

Relationships, Love Advice: Fears of a New Relationship

Relationships, Love Advice: Fears of a New Relationship

Relationships: Commitment Phobia: Are You Commitment Phobic?

Relationships: Commitment Phobia: Are You Commitment Phobic?

Relationships: Overcoming Fears of Intimacy

Relationships: Overcoming Fears of Intimacy

Relationship Advice: Fear of Intimacy

Relationship Advice: Fear of Intimacy

Part 2 of Faces of the Wounded Self : The Fear of Failure

Part 2 of Faces of the Wounded Self : The Fear of Failure

Engagement Anxiety Dismantled: Real Love versus Infatuation

Engagement Anxiety Dismantled: Real Love versus Infatuation

The Best Gift You Can Give Your Inner Child

The Best Gift You Can Give Your Inner Child

Inner Bonding as a Practice

Inner Bonding as a Practice

The Shape of Healing is a Spiral not a Line

The Shape of Healing is a Spiral not a Line

Transitions: The Body Remembers

Transitions: The Body Remembers

Engagement Anxiety Relieved: A Media Diet

Engagement Anxiety Relieved: A Media Diet

Faces of the Wounded Self: The Fear of Failure

Faces of the Wounded Self: The Fear of Failure

Do You Avoid Failure Like the Plague?

Do You Avoid Failure Like the Plague?

Inner Bonding Fear of Failure

Inner Bonding Fear of Failure

Succeeding Through Failure

Succeeding Through Failure

Living With Joy

Often you create problems to originate new forms of behavior and to evolve parts of yourself. You can do that without creating crisis, by paying attention to the whispers of your mind and by spending time imagining yourself in the future. You can draw to yourself new images of who you want to be, but also be willing to release the situations and things in your life that do not fit those images.

Living With Joy

Personal Power Through Awareness

Honoring your deepest truth is a great gift to you and to the other person. This does not mean that truth should be expressed by making the other person wrong. Your deepest truth will be spoken with love for yourself and for the other person. If what you say is damaging or harmful to the other person, then you have not come from your deepest truth, which is always loving.

Personal Power Through Awareness

Spiritual Growth

As you reach upward and increase your light, you will draw to yourself all the forms that will make it possible to get your work out to the world. Don't worry if you don't yet know the form of your world service; start with the intention to be of service. Put your life in order. Once you request an opportunity to serve, your Higher Self and the higher forces of the universe hear you. Every opportunity will come to you just as soon as you are ready.

Spiritual Growth

Opening to Channel

High-level guides rarely predict future events. If they do, it is only because the information is useful for your growth or for humanity. If the information you receive from someone else's guide diminishes you or makes you feel bad about yourself or fearful about your life, then you have not been with a high-level guide. High level guides leave you feeling uplifted and supported in who you are. They help you see yourself in new and expanded ways.

Opening to Channel

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Joy is an important attitude that will increase your prosperity. Learn to spend money, even small sums, in ways that bring you joy. When you have larger sums, you will know how to spend them with joy as well. You want your money to bring you happiness and joy. If you do not know how to spend a few dollars in a way that increases your happiness, it will be difficult to increase your happiness by spending thousands of dollars. Begin now to let your money bring you joy, and as the amount of money you have increases it will bring you more and more joy.

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Soul Love

Recognize all the ways people are giving you the essence of love, perhaps in ways that you might not have noticed or acknowledged. Thank people for every gift of love they offer you. Do not rely on gestures or outer appearances as an indication of the love that people have for you. Rely instead on the feeling of love that exists between you.

Soul Love

14 oct. 2013

Who You Are: A Message To All Women


~Archangel Gabriel

Daily Message ~ Tuesday October 15, 2013

Surrendering into the flow means committing to operating beyond resistance. Resistance is the cause of physical and emotional discomfort. Therefore, you can also consider surrender and flow to be vital tools for healing. ~Archangel Gabriel

Daily Message ~ Monday October 14, 2013

Have you ever noticed how delightful your partnerships are when they first begin? They flow, they are accepting, you are filled with the wonder of the other person, and your heart swells with love for them. But, invariably, over time, the “bloom is off the rose” and before you know it, you start arguing and finding the other person’s faults. What happened? How could you go from finding nothing but perfection in the person to barely being able to stand being around them?
The answer is simple, Dear Ones. You haven’t fallen out of love. You have fallen out of gratitude. If you put yourself on high alert for all the wonderful traits your beloved has and choose to concentrate on and express gratitude for those many aspects that made you fall in love in the first place, you will find yourself falling back in love with your partner and using energies that will help your relationship continue to bloom and grow.
Some of you say, “Well, he/she doesn’t appreciate me! I’ll be thankful for them if they start to appreciate me.” If you are feeling that way you are missing the point. While it is certainly nice to feel other’s gratitude, and we do encourage you to share it with others because it feels good for everyone involved, it is a tool you use for universal feedback, not a gift you bestow upon others. It is your power tool to help energetically announce and create what you want more of. It is how you choose the energies you wish to live with and experience, and no one else can give that to you. It is from BEing grateful that you will draw to you the gratitude you seek.
Like everything else, the shifting of energies must come from within in order to have the profound and lasting effect you seek. So celebrate the blessings that are all around you, Dear Ones. It is the easiest way to bring desired flow back into any area of your life. ~Archangel Gabriel


Daily Message ~ Sunday October 13, 2013

You decide the value of everything in your life expression. You do so through your focused attention, and your gratitude. The word appreciate means to give thankful recognition, to increase or raise the value, to give favourable evaluation. It is a means of giving the universe your personalized feedback to even better define your unique life expression. Think of it as a sorting process. What you express appreciation for, you are saying you wish to keep and experience more of, what you ignore, you are simply withdrawing your energy from because it is not something you wish to experience more of. Your gratitude and appreciation are what waters the beautiful flowers of your gardens, and brings more joy and beauty to your life. ~Archangel Gabriel

http://trinityesoterics.com 

Goodness is the only investment that never fails.

Goodness is the only investment that never fails.

- Henry David Thoreau -

Soul Love

Connect with your soul often, and let it show you what you might do to grow spiritually. Believe that spending time to meditate, to connect with your soul, to transform your subpersonalities, to awaken your heart centers, and to do inner work is some of the most valuable time you can spend. Turn your daily activities into your spiritual practice of expressing love.

Soul Love

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Many people determine their net worth by looking at the balance on their bank accounts. Even if you do not have a savings account and you have debts, you still have net worth--all your skills, knowledge, attitudes, education, experience, and contacts. Everything you have learned and every skill you possess are sources of future income. The skills and experience of your past are your net worth, and you can turn them into money.

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Opening to Channel

In the reality system of guides, all time is simultaneous. We are outside of your linear time and space constructs. We see the entirety of the work we are doing together with you, while you only see it step by step. We are not saying that it is predetermined. Whenever you take a step or make a decision, we are able to project it into the future in all directions, and see it as a completed act, exploring all probabilities. Because of this overview, we are able to assist you in seeing the outcomes of your choices and help you find your appropriate paths.

Opening to Channel

Spiritual Growth

If you want to connect with the current of evolution, be willing to have your life take on a higher order. Be open to allowing and accepting good things into your life. Believe you deserve to have the best life you can imagine. As you align with the Higher Will, your life will become more harmonious and satisfying.

Spiritual Growth

Personal Power Through Awareness

Often your mind presents you with many ideas. More opportunities may come to you than you can possibly act upon. Do not make yourself wrong if you can't seem to bring yourself to act upon what seems to be a golden opportunity. Follow that deeper note of understanding that says in a whisper "wait." Or, if your mind is telling you to wait but that inner voice says act, take a leap of faith, dare to take a risk - then do so.

Personal Power Through Awareness

Living With Joy

If you feel people want more attention than you can give them, or put demands on you that you cannot and do not choose to meet, ask, “Is a part of me putting demands that cannot be met on another part of myself?”

Living With Joy

Take it One Step at a Time

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex, overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.”
Mark Twain

13 oct. 2013

The Know Nothing State in NLP


Soul Love

Commit to your growth and spiritual evolution as a way to increase your self-love and to have more love to offer others. As you grow you have more to offer your relationships. You are able to take the actions and do the things that make your relationships successful. You are focused on higher purpose, your vision expands, and you have beliefs that support the success of your relationships. When you make a commitment to your spiritual growth, you steadily gain more faith and trust in yourself, in your ability to set boundaries, and in your capacity to radiate a consistent, steady love.

Soul Love

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Your beliefs create your reality. Beliefs are assumptions about the nature of reality, and because you create what you believe in, you will have many "proofs" that reality operates the way you think it does. For instance, a person who believes that the universe is abundant will act in such a way that he or she experiences abundance, and a person who believes that money comes only from working hard will receive money only from hard work. You can change what you believe and thus change what you experience.

Creating Money: Attracting Abundance

Spiritual Growth

When you first ask for an opportunity to make a difference in the world, you may find yourself putting energy into making your own life work at higher levels. You cannot serve others as effectively if your life is in turmoil and your problems take much of your time and energy. Solving your problems and making your life work is an important part of your spiritual growth.

Spiritual Growth