Do three circular movements right to left (counter-clockwise) and then left to right (clockwise) movements to energize. Forgiveness, friendship, frustration, gratitude, gratification, grief, guilt, happiness, hatred, honour. Indifference, indignation, irritation, jealousy, loneliness, love, melancholy, misandry. Misanthropy, misogyny, mistrust, nostalgia, pity, pride, regret, remorse, resentment. Revenge, sadness, shame, spite, solidarity, trust, wonder. Here are fifty but there are many more. One reason it's difficult to draw up a complete list of feelings and emotions is because they often overlap, even in terms of langauge. Moreover, their definitions and nuances change considerably from one culture to another. In Danish, hygge refers to the pleasant feeling of cosiness when you are enveloped in the warmth of your home, with friends, in front of a fire. The German Schadenfreude connotes a totally different kind of pleasure, linked to the misfortunes of someone else. In Mexico, on the other hand, the pena ajena is the embarrassment felt when witnessing somebody else's humiliation. Make your stomach very hard. Tighten up your stomach muscles real tight. It looks like he is going the other way. You can relax now. Let your stomach go soft. Let it be as relaxed as you can. That feels so much better. Oops, he's coming this way again. Tighten up your stomach.

If he steps on you when your stomach is hard, it won't hurt. Let's embrace. Let's create. In gratitude to the spirit. Tammy Hopkins is an empath, medium, Reiki practitioner, hypnotherapist, healer, and spiritual empowerment coach who bridges the gap between human and spirit. It had a population of about 3,000 people, and the mayor was the barber. It was an extremely rural community with no diversity. Many people who lived there worked at the prison, like my father, or had small dairy farms. There was a lot of history, and people lived there for generations. My father had moved us from another small town when I was in the sixth grade, for his job, and to be honest, I never felt like we fit in. We were newbies, and it seemed like everyone knew each other or was related to each other. This type of behavior is often referred to as the Shiny Object Syndrome. Generally speaking, the less clear your strategy is, the more likely you are to become distracted by new shiny objects, concepts or fads. To avoid this, it's critical you spend time creating a well-defined strategy that you genuinely believe will enable you to achieve your goals. Many people fail to grasp the difference between a strategy and a tactic which is a serious issue. Strategy: A strategy is a concerted plan designed to reach a long-term goal. It consists of a set of coordinated actions that (you hope) will lead you to achieve your goal. The key phrase here is coordinated actions. You're not trying a bunch of random things hoping for the best. Each of your moves is part of a clear and effective strategy and, as such, you can explain to anybody why exactly you're undertaking a specific activity and how it fits into your overall strategy.

Tactic: A tactic is an action that is part of an overall strategy. Alternatively, you can also just press and release. The fourth step involves several acupuncture points along the bone over your eyes (gallbladder GB2 and triple warmer). Begin where we found the first point, then move out in small steps across the bone to the outer corner of the eye. Next comes the bone under the eye. At the inner corner of the eye we have the first point of the bladder meridian. Directly underneath the center of the eyeball we have the first point of the stomach meridian, ST1, which relieves red eyes, night-blindness, too many tears and also near-sight. The easiest way to do this is to use four fingers and press down and release on the edge of the bone. Sometimes you will feel a wonderful coolness flowing down over your eyes, indicating the flow of energy. The next step is the gallbladder GL1 point, located at the outer corners of the eye. Massage with three circular movements right to left (counter-clockwise). These are words which simply don't exist either in English or in many other languages. Yet one thing is certain: hygge, Schadenfreude and pena ajena, just like love and hatred, exist only in the brain of the person who experiences them. There's an important additional detail: these feelings are often, if not almost always, triggered by events outside the brain, which are wholly independent of it. This partial, albeit substantial, inability to control such emotions can be explained by the way in which evolution has organised its connections: there are far more neural pathways going from the limbic system (emotions) to the cortex (rationality) than the other way around. In order to get a general idea of how they work, let's analyse just three feelings that are nonetheless representative of the brain's function as well as of evolution: fear (an emotion with very distant origins which is, to say the least, crucial for survival), love (essential for reproduction and the care of descendants in mammals) and happiness (which makes the human world go round). Fear was invented a few million years ago for a very specific reason: to ensure survival in case of danger. It's an integral part of brain functioning and, in order to guarantee a reliable service, works on automatic and at high speed. Let's take an example. You're walking in a wood and experiencing considerable pleasure from the information reaching your senses: the song of the wind and the birds, the colour of leaves illuminated by the sun, the scent of fresh air in the underwood.

Then your retina is imprinted with a sinister, elongated form, lying on the ground. Make your stomach into a rock. Okay, he's moving away again. You can relax now. Settle down, get comfortable, and relax. Notice the difference between a tight stomach and a relaxed one. That's how we want to feel--nice and loose and relaxed. You won't believe this, but now the elephant is coming your way again and not turning around. He's headed straight for you. Tighten up your stomach muscles. Make them really hard. Upstate New York never fit my mischievous side, my rebellious side, and definitely didn't allow me to seek all of the wonders of the world. Maybe from working in a prison environment, my family always erred on the side of caution or even a little fear. I remember asking my mom once if we could go to New York City, and she said, Oh, you don't want to go to the city. It's dangerous! I lived in upstate New York for 24 years and still never visited the city. When I got the opportunity in 1996 to move to Phoenix, Arizona, I couldn't wait! I wanted something different. When I moved here, I couldn't believe all of the different types of people? I met every kind of ethnicity, race, and whatever label you want to put on people, and they were fascinating!

It wasn't long after that that I was introduced to people of the Muslim faith. It's only one of several actions your overall strategy consists of. The problem occurs when you use tactics as if they were independent pieces you can pick and assemble together. In truth, a tactic in itself usually has little or no value. It's only relevant when combined with other tactics in a coordinated manner (ie, as part of a sound, cohesive strategy). For instance, one of my major goals is to become the number one self-help indie author on the entire Amazon US store. My current strategy to achieve that goal is to: Release articles every two months or so in the self-help niche and advertise them heavily using the Amazon ads platform with the intention of riding the Amazon algorithm in the mid-to-long term. If I suddenly relied on tactics such as organizing seminars or shooting videos to sell more articles, my actions would be out of alignment with my overall strategy. Here, to stick to my strategy, I need to write and publish articles consistently and to optimize my ads. Now you might wonder how I know my current strategy will allow me to become the number one self-help indie author. Then energize with left to right movements (clockwise). Next move to the hairline to the TW22 point on the triple warmer. Massage with three circular movements right to left (counter-clockwise). Then energize with left to right (clockwise) movements. Move a bit further back, placing your fingertips on an imaginary vertical line moving up from the ears. Massage the four points beneath your fingertips. This is the gallbladder meridian. Massage with three circular movements right to left (counter-clockwise). Then energize with left to right clockwise movements.