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I thought about this for a while: should I include only beings native to Germany or should I think globally? At first glance it seemed more consistent to include only beings from here. But what does here even mean? Does the Egyptian goddess Isis count as from here or from Germany because she had sanctuaries in Mainz and Cologne, Germany? We can assume quite safely that she was not the only goddess or god feeling wanderlust and traveling throughout the ancient world. Our ancestors were much more open-minded than many dogmatics today, and this might be the result of not yet reading all those wise articles and, instead, learning from their own immediate experiences with the spiritual world. Then, a dream may come that says, as the prophet Ezekiel taught, I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you; <a href=''>I</a> will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. <a href=''>Surprisingly,</a> the simple act of acknowledging our fears dissolves their power. <a href=''>This</a> recognition marks an important first step towards transformation. <a href=''>In</a> the case described here, taking this step enabled Mark to see how his overwhelming sense of responsibility took precedence over his capacity to stay with his feelings, which, like the unseen water in the dream, felt threatening. <a href=''>The</a> loosening of the rock in this dream presents a challenge common to all: risking giving up our safe, habitual way of life, our conditioned modus operandi - in order to allow a new way of life to flow naturally. <a href=''>The</a> rock face speaks not only to Mark's personal psychology but also to a universal mystery. <a href=''>Mark</a> described the rock as dark and ominous. <a href=''>The</a> stone cliff tells us of a tremendous, unknowable mystery, greater than Mark himself - an ultimate reality, yet one in which he takes part. <a href=''>Like</a> the bluestones of Neolithic monuments, the rock face takes on the power of a numen, the spirit of a place, an absolute presence. <a href=''>When</a> I understood the love strategy, I realized that the person who gave me that gift was visual. <a href=''>She</a> expected me to look at it, to examine it, to comment on what I could see and then put it right in front of me on my desk. <a href=''>It</a> also become clear to me that my own preferred mode of thinking is auditory. <a href=''>I</a> am grateful for each and every gift I am given, but I am truly touched if a person tells me they love me in an authentic and meaningful way. <br /><br /><a href=''>It</a> is not at all surprising that my first career was in radio. <a href=''>This</a> next set of observations and the techniques that go with it are deceptively simple but are an integral part of the difference that will make all the difference in the world to you. <a href=''>THE</a> LOVE STRATEGY <a href=''>Our</a> styles of communication offer a simple but astonishingly powerful way to increase the intimacy in our relationships. <a href=''>Please</a> read the exercise through from start to finish before you follow the instructions and use it. <a href=''>Listen</a> carefully to your partner and notice how they express themselves. <a href=''>When</a> you and another truly connect, love reverberates between you. <a href=''>In</a> the very moment that you experience positivity resonance, your brain syncs up with the other person's brain. <a href=''>Within</a> each moment of love, you and the other are on the same wavelength. <a href=''>As</a> your respective brain waves mirror one another, each of you--moment by moment--changes the other's mind. <a href=''>At</a> least this is what I've been telling you. <a href=''>How</a> do you know it really happens? <a href=''>You</a> can't see this brain synchrony surface in real time after all. <a href=''>What</a> you'd need is some way to peer inside two people's heads while they chatted so that you could tell whether their respective brain activity really does march along in time together. <a href=''>This</a> would tell you whether they really click. <a href=''>Only</a> with this sort of X-ray vision could you decide whether love is better described as a solo act--an emotion contained within the boundaries of the person feeling it--or a duet or ensemble, performed by a duo or group. <a href=''>Whenever</a> I am about to react negatively, I say firmly to myself,I am going to think, speak, and act from the standpoint of the principle of harmony, health, and peace within myself. Commentary: If a number of people at your workplace annoy you, the vibration, annoyance, and turmoil may be due to some subconscious pattern or mental projection from you. We know that a dog will react ferociously if you hate or fear dogs. Animals pick up your subconscious vibrations and react accordingly.

Many undisciplined human beings are just as sensitive as dogs, cats, and other animals. Sometimes the best way to change how others treat you is to change what you think about them and how you treat them. Improve Relations with Your Supervisor I am the only thinker in my universe. I am responsible for what I think about my boss. My manager is not responsible for the way I think about her. The risk with fluent know-how is that it will be deployed mindlessly, in a way that takes no account of considerations or information that is held in a different sub-compartment of the mind. The ability to see that some aspect of what you have learnt in one situation is of relevance in another which looks different superficially is a highly valuable one, and it has been shown in several experiments that it can be increased by the use of conscious reflection. In one classic study of what has come to be referred to as functional fixedness', people were set a problem which could only be solved by seeing that a familiar object could be used in an unfamiliar way. <a href=''>The</a> task was to tie together two pieces of rope hanging from the ceiling. <a href=''>The</a> problem was that they were too far apart to be grasped simultaneously. <a href=''>In</a> the experimental room there was a variety of everyday objects, including a pair of pliers. <a href=''>The</a> problem could be solved by seeing that the pliers could be used as a pendulum bob: you tie them to the bottom of one of the ropes and set it swinging so that, when you are holding the other rope, the first now comes within your grasp. <a href=''>Left</a> to themselves, a high proportion of people fail to solve the problem. <a href=''>But</a> if the experimenter waits until they have got stuck and then simply saysThink! Without d-mode, without the benefits that concentrated analytical awareness bring, the lower animals are smart, but within limits. There was just so much of it and I used to think body hair was my nemesis. It invaded my skin, starting on places my mum had told me it would be, which even then I wasn't quite ready for, but then sprouting in places I wasn't even aware I had. Since then, I have pretty much shaved/plucked/whipped off/removed every single strand from the neck down (I also went through a stage of cutting my own hair, which always ended in tears! No matter how many times I got rid of the hairy fighters, they always came back even darker, even longer, seemingly even thicker.

At school, all my friends were doing it, so I thought it was the only option. As I was the oldest, Mum was my `big sister', and although I knew I could speak to her about things, I really should've listened to Scrumma King, because she knew her shit. When I was 12, she told me not to shave above my knee because once I got rid of the light, fluffy hair, it would come back darker on the top half of my leg. So what did I do? I shaved above my knee and it did exactly what she said it would. She also advised me to just trim my bikini line rather than taking the whole lot off. don't have to do anything. The sensor continuously measures your glucose via interstitial fluid (fluid found in spaces around cells that leak out of capillaries, small blood vessels), which provides you and your physician with important data on how your body reacts to food, beverages, stress, and movement. A small transmitter the size of a articler is scanned over the device on your arm and will provide a reading. The device continually records blood glucose The Libre Pro and Dexcom require a physician's prescription and must be changed out every two weeks by you, a nurse, or a physician's assistant. The cost is between $60 and $75 with insurance. One drawback to these continuous glucose monitoring devices versus traditional glucometers is that they may underreport glucose (40 percent of the time). Studies have shown that when the device indicated that user glucose values were at or below 60 mg/dL (hypoglycemia), user glucose values were actually in the range of 81 to 160 mg/dL. If you are a brittle diabetic, this would be of concern; I have found with my clients and myself that the readings for the first twenty-four hours were inaccurate. The device apparently took that amount of time to adjust to the user's body chemistry. The master clock in our brain, responding to light and dark, proclaims a time to be active and a time to rest, a time to wake and a time to sleep. Each of the trillions of cells that make up our bodies contains minuscule clockwork of its own. We are now moving toward a scientific understanding of how these rhythms work, how they affect us, and how we can use them for our betterment. Applying this new knowledge is the goal and purpose of chronotherapy.

There are many rhythms to life. Some go through their cycle in less than a second, some in weeks or months, and some over the course of years. In this article we have focused particularly on circadian rhythms, the biological and psychological processes that are intimately linked to the twenty-four-hour cycle of day and night. Circadian rhythms touch us even before we are born. The cycles of our mother's hormone production, like her cycles of taking in and digesting food, influence the substances that travel through the placenta and the umbilical cord. As children, we wake, sleep, nap, run around, get giggly or somber or withdrawn, partly in response to signals from our inner clock. Be Practical Think of Your Image That's Not Logical It's Not Practical It's Never Been Done It Can't Be Done It Didn't Work for Them We Tried That Before It's Too Much Work We Can't Afford to Make a Mistake What worked and what showed results spread. It's that simple. We tend to assume that our ancestors lived in a kind of ever-the-same good old days. But this is not true;