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Now, what options for creating an abundant future do you have at your place of work? Do any of them include matching funds? That is like free money. Begin to claim your share! Your mind will wander during this exercise, but just bring your attention back to the positive feeling in the awareness of your breath. At the end of five minutes, you will begin to radiate that same feeling of care and appreciation to those you love and those who are in need of care--even if you don't know who that is. Research has shown that radiating love and self-care through your system activates beneficial hormones and boosts your immune system. Awareness of Breath for Pain Relief Good for: chronic pain, headaches, joint pain, nerve pain, releasing tension, stress relief Each moment, your breath is nourishing millions of cells in your body. By focusing consciously on your breath, you can access and empower the mind-body connection for pain relief, relaxation, and well-being. Using diaphragmatic breathwork, this exercise cultivates awareness through mindfulness for pain relief. Let's begin. If this feels unnatural, just allow yourself to count your breaths and become more aware of how your body feels as you are nourishing it with oxygen. I can be anything I want to be! Apparently Herby felt that during the therapy hour he could express fully all of the attitudes and feelings that were an expression of his personality. He felt the acceptance and permissiveness to be himself. He seemed to recognize the power of self-direction within himself. Here, it seems as though the therapist's responsiveness to the child's currently expressed feelings brought about a sense of strength and personhood which was new and exhilarating. The Child's Hour

Unlike other occasions in the child's life, the therapy hour belongs to him alone. The therapist is there to provide warmth, understanding, and company, but not leadership. The therapist is willing to accept the pace selected by the child. He does not try to hasten or delay any particular aspect of the therapy process. Adding to your Crystal Lake experience includes anyone who wants to match money with you. Even if your money seems to be fully occupied with draining your swamp, take a small risk and step into the wonder move. Wonder how you can contribute a small amount toward the matching money your employer will contribute, commonly called 401(k) plans. If it is not possible this week or month, determine when you can begin to contribute. Mark that day in gold letters and take action! Right now feel grateful that you are draining your swamp. Doing so is also creating a bright future for you, one that you will be enjoying sooner than you now realize. As your swamp drains and your streamlining opens up other options, begin to contribute to your future in new ways. After you start contributing to the 401(k) plan, eventually you can increase your contributions to the maximum your employer contributes. Do you qualify for some other retirement option? Imagine that you are infusing this breath with kindness and love as you observe the inhalation and the exhalation. Is your breathing deep or shallow? Are you breathing slowly, rapidly, gently, or sharply? Observe your breathing pattern without changing it, just becoming aware of the peace, warmth, and healing that your breath is bringing to your whole self. Take as long as you need. If no color comes to mind, that's okay.

There are no rules--just breath and intentional thought. Notice the changes in your muscles, thoughts, emotions, and breath. Spend a few moments allowing yourself to reflect on what thoughts and emotions came up as you did this meditation. Do you now feel a deeper awareness of how your pain manifests throughout your body? Client-centered therapy postulates that in a nonthreatening relationship, the rate at which the child brings forth significant material is determined by his psychological readiness to do so. Like good teaching, therapy must respect this factor of readiness. It is in order to avoid becoming a threat, and hence impeding the unfolding process, that the therapist's responses are limited to what the child is willing to communicate. For example, in a given case the therapist may know that there is bitter sibling hostility. If such a child puts a baby doll into a toy toilet, and announces with glee that a guy is now going to flush the toilet, the therapist's response does not go further than, He is getting rid of the baby? The assumption here is that if the child were ready to identify the guy, he would do so, and that therapy is not facilitated when the therapist takes over this responsibility for him. So, too, if the child deals with symbols, the therapist also accepts this level of communication, even when the meaning of the symbol is quite obvious. Here is an example from a contact with a thirteen-year-old boy who had been in therapy for over a year. The excerpt is from the first session following an operation for hernia, which had been anticipated with dread. Henry: (Plays rather aimlessly with small bits of clay for ten minutes in silence. If so, begin to contribute money there. Once you are at that point, with your swamp drained, your pattern of increasing debt a thing of the past, and your six-month fund growing nicely, then ask yourself: What's next? Do you want to manage your money and focus on your investing activities, or do you want to turn them over to someone else? Both require some thought, an awareness of your emotions, some education, and an assessment of your level of risk avoidance. Are you breathing or feeling afraid? Or did you freeze, faint, or run away?

If you are a fighter, more than likely you have already begun taking steps to learn about and begin investing. If you don't want to manage your own investments, or if you are less sure of your own ability to invest, then open up to connecting with a financial advisor to guide you and/or manage a small portfolio for you. Use your aah meditations to draw to you just the right advisor, and see who shows up and when. Either way, you are on your way to the ocean of abundance. Make a Move Movement is a key component in reducing pain. As I've mentioned motion is lotion, to keep your joints flexible and as healthy as can be. When you are experiencing persistent pain, fear is often a limiting factor in your ability to move. This article will show you restorative yoga movements that are safe, restorative, and designed to reduce stress and anxiety and support the body in healing. Meet Joanie Joanie was a tall, stunning woman with an incredible sense of humor. When I asked her about her relationship to her body, she replied, Oh, we had a contentious divorce. I don't even have visiting rights. It's easy to see why Joanie had these feelings toward her body. Then he takes a larger lump and rolls it out into a cylinder. As he does so, he begins to speak. Therapist: A frankfurter? Henry: Yes. Then he takes one of the modeling sticks and cuts a long vertical gash. Therapist: The frankfurter's getting cut up?

Henry: Uh-huh. Therapist: It's getting sewed up now? Henry: Yes. Soon they're gonna take out the stitches. Now it is time to check all of your settings as you move forward. Begin today to review your spending plan and allocate some amount of money to these things. Growth is based on regular additions and allowing something to increase over time. The sooner you begin, the more time things will have to grow. From your small Counting Dance notearticles, your credit card statements, and your check register have flowed the pattern of your previous spending pattern. With some creative movement and music you have created a new spending plan that focuses on your sense of safety and your dreams and includes your current life. You are reducing your debt and draining your swamp. All the while you're experiencing more inner peace and sending your money out with gratitude. Place your spending plan in a place of honor and use it as a new pattern to guide your day-to-day spending choices. When you have reached your current financial goals, enjoy your abundance. She had a connective tissue disorder called Ehlers-Danlos, which, for her, manifested as joint pain. Her ribs, wrists, and other joints slipped out of alignment on a regular basis, and she'd had 15 surgeries by the time I saw her. She rated her normal, everyday pain at 6 on a scale of 10. She often walled off the pain and pretended it really didn't exist. Anxiety, depression, and poor sleep are comorbidities of the disorder, and so she needed to learn tools to deal with those aspects of her disease as well. Joanie's disconnected feelings toward her body were similar to those of my persistent pain clients.