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If I accepted, it would take my business to the next level, and enable me to exceed my financial goals for the year. My first response was to reject it. Well, half of it. I said I could maybe do half. The inhalation breath focuses on taking back any energy you have given to a person or event. In order for us to be upset by someone or something we have to give it permission to upset us. In a sense we have to give away a piece of ourselves. With the inhalation breath we take back that piece of ourselves, that energy, that we have devoted to the person or event. The Hawaiians believe we leave behind little energy filaments wherever we go. We leave behind a part of our energy unless we choose to take it back. The ancient Hawaiians would periodically cut the filaments so they could regain their mana or spirit. Obviously with each breath you inhale and exhale, but here you focus your attention on the inhalation. As you inhale you imagine yourself pulling energy in like you are sucking on a straw. Inhale through your mouth. In countless realms of our society--medicine, speed limits, alcohol consumption, junk-food intake, scuba diving, the stock market--we're willing to accept a modicum of risk without substantially curtailing our behavior. Except when it comes to curtailing the freedoms of others whom we perceive to be a danger. Whom we perceive to be less than us. Whom we perceive to be bad. Does it weigh on you, I ask Randi Rosenqvist in the middle of her driving tour, that you're the one saying whether or not these men who've proved themselves to be terrifically dangerous are fit to leave prison? Whether or not they'll be a threat to society?

Do you worry about what if you're wrong and something horrible happens? Dr Rosenqvist whizzes us around a curve of the famed Oslo ski-jump hill and across a small bridge. Her response is matter of fact. Of course I'll sometimes get it wrong. Why Energy-Sensitive People May Stay Lonely or Alone Loneliness gets to some more than others. But why it hangs on isn't always apparent when read by traditional medical eyes. Understanding subtle energy helps free you from this emotion by revealing another side of it. In my practice and workshops I've been struck by how many sensitive, empathic people come to me lonely, wanting a romantic partner, yet remaining single for years. Or else they're in relationships but feel constantly fatigued and overwhelmed. The reason isn't simply that there aren't enough emotionally available people out there, nor is their burnout neurotic. Personally and professionally, I've discovered that something more is going on. Energy-sensitive people are a species unto themselves. Whereas others may thrive on the togetherness of being a couple, for empaths like me, too much togetherness can be hard to take and may even cause us to bolt. When I ended the meeting, I believed that I had to decline the offer because it would require more time than I devote to my business right now and all my other time is spoken for. I'm helping my son heal from Crohn's Disease through a diet which requires all his food to be made from scratch, and I am an involved mother of four kids who eat a lot and make a lot of messes! I also work out, bond regularly with family and friends, and dedicate time to learning and study each week. In short, I lead a full and wonderful life with few blank spaces on my calendar. But at the same time, I had a business goal to meet, and it was a big one. My brain, in its current state, was not able to see how to do all of this, so it caused me to say no to the offer that would enable me to realize my business dream.

no sense, right? I see the same thing with my weight loss clients. They create an eating plan that has them losing weight and feeling energetic and then their brain, in its current state, starts to object and protest. They question the validity of the science I present, worry about their protocol, and refuse to believe it could be a permanent solution, even though they desperately want it to be. It helps if you simultaneously sweep your head. Start by looking over your left shoulder and slowly inhale as you move your head to the right. Finish inhaling as you reach your right shoulder. Then exhale as you move your head back toward your left shoulder, putting no emphasis on your exhale. You are merely releasing the air in your lungs. Inhale through your mouth and exhale through your nose. Let yourself really feel the energy filling you as you inhale. The energy is now yours to use as you like. It is no longer connected in any way with the occurrence or person that was troubling you. The Exhalation Breath But I'm the best in Norway at risk assessment. So no one can get it right all the time, but at least I'll know they'll have had the best possible evaluation. There's the river! Don't you find that it's very beautiful here? WHEN I WAS in my residency training, I worked for a month on the psychiatric consultation service of the local children's hospital. This meant that our team of clinicians provided psychiatric care to children who were hospitalized for medical or surgical reasons.

Sometimes the patients fell squarely in both medical and psychiatric camps--critically malnourished eating-disorder patients, for instance, or kids who'd survived suicide attempts--in which case mental-health care was an obvious and crucial component of the treatment plan. Other patients were kids with serious illnesses--cancer or diabetes, for example--who were struggling to cope with the emotional strain that accompanies chronic childhood disease. But there was also an equally prominent third group of children we'd see: those with medically unexplained symptoms. Herein were kids--typically with gastrointestinal or neurologic complaints--whose tests came back normal and yet whose symptoms persisted. We tend to intuit and absorb our partner's energy and become overloaded, anxious, or exhausted when we don't have time to decompress in our own space. We're superresponders; A revelation of Energy Psychiatry is this: Energetically sensitive people unknowingly avoid romantic partnerships because deep down they're afraid of getting engulfed. Or else they feel engulfed when coupled, a nerve-wracking, constrictive way to live. If this isn't understood, empaths can stay perpetually lonely; One em-path patient told me, It helps explain why at thirty-two I've only had two serious relationships, each lasting less than a year. Working with her, I was able to guide her toward a solution. Once we empaths learn to set boundaries and negotiate our energetic preferences, intimacy becomes possible. For energy-sensitive people to be at ease in a relationship, the traditional paradigm for coupling must be redefined. Most of all, this means asserting your personal space needs--the physical and time limits you set with someone so you don't feel they're on top of you. All that's needed is a brain renovation. Our beliefs are strong connections in our brain, and the problem is we think they are facts and truths, so we keep operating within them. I believed I couldn't devote more hours to my business than I already do, and I thought it was true until I woke up the next morning and realized that although all my son's food has to be made in my kitchen, it doesn't have to be me who makes it. And that was the small brain renovation that led to a different outcome for me. My twice-a-week housekeeper walked into the house, I offered her another two days of work each week, she beamed, we hugged, I accepted the business offer, and I am well on my way to exceeding my business goal. You can renovate your brain too, and it can be way less painful than a home renovation.

All it takes is a willingness to be wrong: Think about something you want and list all the reasons you can't have it. Look at your list with a sceptical eye. Notice how all your reasons are simply thoughts and beliefs. The exhalation breath gives back the energy we received during a particular event or exchange. For example, if someone was yelling at us we give back their anger, shame, or judgment. They gave us a piece of themselves and we return that piece to them. The exhalation breath focuses on releasing any energy you have attached to a memory. As you exhale, imagine yourself blowing out energy like you would a candle. Start by looking over your right shoulder and exhale, pushing out the energy as you slowly move your head toward your left shoulder. Finish exhaling when you reach your left shoulder and inhale as you move your head toward the right. Place no emphasis on your inhale, just fill your lungs with air. Exhale through your mouth and inhale through your nose. When through with a recapitulation session, you might want to say a closing prayer. A fifth-grade boy with debilitating bouts of abdominal cramping, for instance, who'd undergone a dizzying range of dietary changes and blood tests and imaging studies and medication trials, none of which had revealed any abnormality or explanatory cause. And an eighth-grade girl who developed a sudden and complete weakness in one leg but whose neurological examination was entirely normal. In these cases, after medical causes had been exhaustively explored and ruled out one by one, we were likely to be called in to perform a full psychiatric assessment of the patient. Often this ended with an explanation that the symptoms the child was experiencing were psychiatric in their origins. These patients were not feigning their symptoms. But their conditions were physical manifestations of psychological distress.