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Therefore, we should not base our judgment of good and evil only on superficial factors. The key lies in how an idea is conceived. If it is conceived out of mercy, kindness, and honesty, it is a good deed. Therefore, before we do anything, we need to ask whether we do it out of a clear conscience. If the answer is yes, we may feel free to do it, and it will eventually benefit us. Ridding Yourself of Bad Habits A seedling cannot grow into a large, straight tree unless it is carefully trimmed. A piece of wood cannot become useful unless it is polished by the carpenter. In the brain, thoughts, feelings, and actions all go hand in hand. You may be currently walking around with a mantra that says: I'm unlovable. I'm not good enough. Something's wrong with me. These are common negative mantras. Negative mantras can fuel negative beliefs, becoming truth to both your conscious and subconscious brain. What is the primary negative mantra you'd like to be free of? Negative mantra that's no longer serving me: _____ Throughout this program, it will be inspiring to see how you change any negative mantra into a positive one. I wonder what confident, carefree, purpose-driven, and positive mantra you'd like to create in the old one's stead. Memory foam pillows mould to your posture and don't harbour mites and bed bugs. They're also easy to wash to keep your bed hygiene at good levels.

Use a fitted cotton bottom sheet, which is breathable and also less likely to wrinkle beneath you. Tuck in your cotton topsheet properly at the end of your bed, and particularly on the bottom corners (think hospital corners), so that it doesn't become tangled as you move in your sleep. Wash your bed linen at least once a week, and your duvet once a month. SLEEP CLINIC I've had my mattress for seven years. Does a mattress have a shelf life and should I buy a new one? The Furniture Industry Research Association in the UK has shown that a mattress can deteriorate by as much as 70 percent over ten years. Most sleep experts recommend ten years as being the trigger point for a new investment. In your decluttering journal, write down the various activities you use it for. Here is a typical activity list. In your journal, roughly sketch out the zones for each activity. I realize this may seem ridiculous if your sitting room is very small and you do a thousand different things in it, but this whole process is about seeing your space and your possessions in a new light and the act of sketching it out helps with that. Creating designated spaces to store things where you use them makes it so much more likely that you, and everyone else in your household, will put them away. The first priority is to get stuff off the floor. Use baskets, shelves, trays and boxes to help you with this, but don't let them stagnate and just become more dumping grounds (see Coffee-cup zones). Cast your eyes over them each day during your Evening 15 and do a quick pick-up of anything that shouldn't be there. In addition, go through them properly each week to get rid of stuff that should go in the bin or in a different part of the house. Storage by stealth is a great weapon in your decluttering armoury. One of love's many corollaries is that the brighter your Moths and butterflies.

At which point you begin learning what to celebrate There is no such thing as an ideal relationship status, Of all the reasons you might draw someone into your life, Putting up your defenses will inspire others Sometimes it may help to see difficult people Or to see grouchy people as those who may have chosen When you look for what's right--in others, Same when you look for what's wrong. From the starving brains of celibate holy men who one after the other, refer to themselves as an avatar of Shiva. And what is yoga philosophy? A route of many streams all leading from somewhere mysterious and all arriving at precisely nowhere. From the undeveloped, restless, anxious and disturbed human minds (in the sub-continent) grew the doctrines of modern-day religions and the tree of yoga itself. All this was created by the minds of men because they had not experienced the `experience' themselves. Shiva gave no philosophy because once you know the reality, you realise this is beyond intellect. And, if you have not experienced but continue to desire this experience, you over-analyse until you have tackled the problem. The problem with that is you will never really know. Nor did these sadhus and holy men. So many of these ancient texts and doctrines and theories are just blind men trying to lead more blind men. If you were to make one key decision today, which one would make it easier for you to accomplish most of your goals? If you were to adopt one daily habit, starting today, which one would make it easier for you to accomplish most of your goals?

When I asked myself these questions, I came up with a surprisingly simple answer: Go to bed early. At the time, I was going to bed late and waking up late. However, as I'm most productive in the morning, I was wasting key hours of productivity. If I could go to bed earlier, I would wake up earlier, which would give me more time to complete my morning ritual. This, in turn, would impact positively on my health, my energy levels and my ability to achieve goals in all areas of my life. So, what did I do specifically? I committed to a 30-day morning ritual challenge that included going to bed at a certain time and waking up at a certain time for thirty days in a row. They recognized stressful interactions as a signal to call each other for advice. Both leaders were clear about the contribution they were making. They sent me a card several months later with a drawing they had jointly done of two hands folded with fingers interlaced, entitled: Partnering Non-Habitually. COPING WITH CHALLENGES Look through the audience, find one friendly face, and talk from your passion. Use your gift of story to connect to the audience's experience. Use evocative visuals. Stand still so your words stay focused. Walk around and begin by asking a series of questions about what matters to the audience. Have a visual outline you can follow and use a model if possible. There are cultural and generational differences in how families deal with death. Those who lived through two world wars often have a comparatively accepting attitude towards the Grim Reaper.

Great Uncle Fred lived round the corner from us in Clapham with my grandmother Josie and my great aunt Marie and her husband Harry. Fred was a baker and a rather timid man. He had been called up to fight for the British army in the First World War. His mother argued that he could not fight as he was half-German. In those days, in the East End of London, where Fred grew up, anyone with a hint of a German accent or connection was despised and the family had bricks thrown through their windows. Somehow, they all managed to escape to Germany. I have no idea how, with all those blockades and trenches. They settled in a small town called Minden. They won't thank you, even though you are only trying to feed them. And you mustn't ever use the opportunity to ask for advice as just an opportunity to solve your own problems, especially if they involve taxes. A friend listens, but even a friend has limits. Only ask them for their ears if you intend to listen to what comes out of their mouths. Friends aren't therapists: they're better than that. They're more like podiatrists. Remember when you were nothing. Another lesson: good people remember what it was like when they were you. Bad people don't. The best people see what you have or what you're lacking and aren't afraid to challenge you to find it. It is comfortable, reassuring, and indisputable. It just is.