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The life-changing power of passing it on I am sure you are a good and loyal friend and that is a highly admirable quality in a human being. It's not so great when it extends to your wardrobe, though. Sometimes we hang onto clothes because of their associations - you wore an expensive outfit to a wedding or special party, and though you might never wear it again, you feel reluctant to let it go. Merit, success, money, service, dedication, innovation do not hold a candle to the treasure of emotions that make up our lives. It's the romance of life, created by believing in the illusions that stirs our heart and binds our sense. Our false belief that time, space, and matter are real ultimately shows us that only our feelings last. Just as my false belief that I could lose you ratchets up my appreciation for the present moment, or my false belief that you are my daughter fills me with self-love and importance that I might not have otherwise allowed. These false beliefs are like temporary crutches that we will one day walk without. You've shown me this, and more. Relishing the perfection in you, I began to consider that beyond your digits and health, what I marvel over most is your unique God-illuminated essence, which quite obviously is present in every little girl . That it must be there in all people, never wavering, blazing in all its glory. It could be no other way. No matter who, no matter where, no matter when, and just as important, no matter what they've ever done. The most obvious of these inner workings is your breath. There is a story I remember reading, maybe from the teaching of Sadhguru. Although, there is also a similar story told by the Sufi's. A man had been begging under a particular tree for his entire life. He just sat under a tree and begged. One day this poor man died, and his lifeless body just remained lying under the tree.

He had no friends, relatives or family. He had no one to carry his body and no one to bury him or arrange his funeral. Out of compassion, the locals who would see this man begging everyday decided that they would bury him. And they decided to bury him right there, at his hermitage, right under the same tree he sat under for his entire life. down all the projects that fall into the following two categories: you've been dabbling with, and Projects you've been considering starting one day but haven't yet. Now, ask yourself the following questions: If I had to stick to only one project with no guarantee I could ever work on any other project on my list, which one would I pursue? Put differently, which project will you regret the most not having completed? On a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being not at all and 10 being extremely, how excited am I about each individual project? The project you're the most excited about is the one you're the most likely to take consistent action on and to generate the best results with. On a scale from 1 to 10, 1 being not at all and 10 being extremely, how confident I am in my ability to follow through and complete each project? The more confident you are in your ability to achieve your goals, the more likely you are to move forward instead of procrastinating and doubting yourself. His nickname was General,' and he was an expert in offense, requiring his players to be unselfish, highly disciplined, and extremely well prepared. <a href=''>He</a> was known for achieving remarkable results and also for being extremely rough on his players. <a href=''>Nick</a> looked at me with a blue laser gaze. <a href=''>I</a> hadn't missed a word--and I didn't dare. <a href=''>I</a> was meeting the Bobby Knight in him. <a href=''>He</a> continued, John Wooden, on the other hand, had been a great player before he was a coach, in the same way I was a successful salesman before I was an executive. <br /><br /><a href=''>He</a> never used the wordwinning. He used to say, Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can. <a href=''>Measure</a> yourself not by what you have accomplished, but by what you could have accomplished with your ability. <a href=''>I</a> listened to him intently, searching for the talents that were driving his thinking. <a href=''>Ted</a> was diagnosed with angina and over the next six months or so struggled with his dual caring role. <a href=''>One</a> day I heard that he had had a heart attack and died. <a href=''>Valerie's</a> father was transferred to a nursing home. <a href=''>Valerie</a> lingered for about another year until eventually she succumbed to a chest infection. <a href=''>There</a> was no mandatory flu vaccination in those days. <a href=''>This</a> is a tale from the modern world. <a href=''>How</a> did we get here? <a href=''>A</a> report written as long ago as 1970, entitledThe Rising Tide', predicted a massive increase in the number of people living into old age, and a corresponding increase in the health problems associated with the elderly, particularly dementia, over the following few decades. In fairness to health authorities and governments, there has been a huge expansion in medical and nursing services in the UK since that report was published. Yet not a week goes by without television reports showing hospitals in crisis. You're retraining them to communicate, but giving in a little to their irrationality. Cede some intel that might support their case--for it might open them up to listen to you. Think of it as a mental laxative for the intellectually rigid. Write them off. It may be impossible to engage an unbender in conversation, which means making the mental note to never talk to this person about anything. Always have an out.

one person I avoid, by always acting like I'm in the middle of an ongoing emergency. He may think that my life is a mess (someone's either sick or stranded), and feel bad for me--but because of that, he steers clear. It's a fair trade. I may only have three sisters but I have several dozen imaginary relatives who have broken everything from a timing belt to a clavicle. But that's the problem. For some Asperkids struggling with executive function troubles - organization, inattention, impulsivity - they are too appealing. My son can't remember to tie his shoe if the television is on. Attention deficits are real problems for Asperkids; An Asperkid may have trouble thinking about or completing a whole lot if too much is going on at once. And because the Montessori classroom is bustling with visual, auditory, and kinetic stimuli, instructors must take special care to give Asperkids avenues to escape sensory overload or seek calming input whenever necessary and without negative consequence. Indeed, when my daughter initially visited the lovely local Montessori school she now attends (some years later), she left the classroom in tears. At that time, the supportive parameters she needed were just not in place yet, nor was the administrative atmosphere welcoming to the prospect of including an Asperkid. And to be fair, she wasn't particularly emotionally stable at that point anyway. It was just too much, Mommy, she sniffled. Yes, you read that correctly: Someone is trying to send a mental image to another person, using the mind alone. When the period concludes, the receiver is shown four images, only one of which the sender was looking at. receiver has a one-in-four chance of picking the right image (25 percent odds). Ganzfeld researchers examine whether the receivers do better than 25 percent, in a statistically significant manner. And if they do, the studies would suggest that some sort of mind-to-mind or telepathic communication must be involved. Ganzfeld studies went under the radar for years until 1994, when Dr Daryl Bem from Cornell University and Dr Charles Honorton from the University of Edinburgh published results of a meta-analysis of many prior ganzfeld studies.

They found that the past studies collectively showed statistical evidence for telepathy with odds against chance of 48 billion to 1. These results were published in the well-respected Psychological Bulletin. In another meta-analysis of 88 ganzfeld experiments (3,145 trials) conducted between 1974 and 2004, the studies showed hit rates of 32 percent rather than the 25 percent expected. Statistically, this 7 percent difference translates into odds against this occurring simply by chance at 29 million trillion to 1. At the time of print, the HAES website was being updated to include a final concept: Critical Awareness I love the addition of these key ideas and can vouch for their importance as we covered both in this article previously. In order to fully connect with our bodies and treat them with compassion we must allow ourselves to question the status quo (however counterintuitive that may seem) and acknowledge that we are unique beings with personal histories and understandings that influence the way we exist within this world. fart YEAH, HAES! Okay, but Jeeeeees, you're avoiding the question everyone asks! Aren't there fat people who don't have a `clean bill of health'? There are fat bodies with high blood pressure and cholesterol and diabetes (there are thin bodies who have all of those things too, but the world forgets that part). This is going to be shocking to some, but here's what I think about unhealthy bodies (of all shapes and sizes): They are just as wonderful, perfect and deserving of self-love as all other bodies. You heard me. Utilise the ceiling and fit some utility hooks so you can store items like ladders, kids' scooters and Christmas trees in a safe and secure manner. Clear shoeboxes are a great way to store handy items like tools, gloves and garden twine. It's all about seeing what you want to use. Install a pegboard to organise and display your tools. Again, if you can see them, you're more likely to use them. You can reuse washed-out jam or food jars to store items like nails and screws.