Find your way

Laura: Yes! And I feel like I've already given up the dream of raising him in a house with two parents under the same roof. By my decision to divorce, that isn't a reality. He will grow up part-time with someone else and I won't be a part of that …

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Hear the faith they have in themselves and others

Then the experimenter accidentally dropped the pens on the ground. Piff and his associates hypothesized that being awe-inspired would lead the students to focus less on their own individual concerns and more on others and the world at large. That turned out to be the case: people who had focused …

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Do I worry even during happy times?

However, if something does arise, you'll have the framework and tools to deal with it calmly and confidently, working like a team to bring baby into the world calmly and in the best way possible. I should also mention that if you're planning a home birth, birth partners you'll also …

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Do I feel on the outside looking in?

In article 2, a quote from Dag Hammersjold helps elucidate the process of making the natural transition from our first building block of indispensable people management habits--one primarily focused within--to the contiguous foundation-layer building block that focuses more externally, on understanding others. Neither marriage nor any spirit can change that …

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You're keeping me waiting!

What types of people make it feel warm and open or feel tight and uncomfortable? Textures: Textures are the context of subtle energy. They tell us the what, why, or how. Getting comfortable with recognizing textures gives you information. What sensations do you feel in your hands, feet, and body …

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Respectful, appreciative

This forced me to drop into my kinesthetic hands-on perceptions. It also strengthened my ability to feel emotions and thoughts in the auric field. After a short while I was able to identify dozens of emotions and colors in my clients from just the feeling of the frequency. My vision …

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Cry about it

In addition to feelings of deprivation, another common source of struggle is hurt feelings, which lead to a desire for revenge. When you feel hurt, it is human nature to want to hurt back. This is one of the basic Laws of Human Nature: for every hurt, people seek an …

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What are my top five fears?

They are able to feel a myriad of textures and qualities in the foods they eat and in the people around them. They are able to tune into their emotions and how they feel about things with ease. They are adept at reading the ambience of their environment and can …

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Do other people's fears feel contagious?

The energy channels called acupuncture meridians, nadis, and major and minor chakras are located within the structure of the etheric layer. They are part of the structure that allows the flow of life force energy, called chi in Traditional Chinese Medicine, to be distributed throughout the entire aura and physical …

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Splitters respond best to structure and goal setting

A key to helping us to form better bonds and relationships is to harness and tame one of our earliest emotions, positioned at the heart of our origin story - that of shame. It is reassuring that even in unusual times, some things never change, such as the likelihood of a …

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Use these methods to deter criticizers

In addition, sometimes the person who is usually the D can feel as if she is married to distraction, while the person who is usually the O can look to her mate to do the organizing. The roles can switch back and forth, each person stepping in to help, or …

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Does this person keep claiming to know what's best for you?

Colleague and author of the blockbuster article Listening to Prozac, Peter Kramer coined the term cosmetic psychopharmacology. He argued for a kind of pharmaco-utopia, where the new suite of psychotropic treatment could change people in ways they want to be changed - not just away from illness but toward some desirable …

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Unconditional Happiness

They act as a driving force in the positive direction and move you forward. They provide an internal and mindful view of how you are useful, beneficial, and desirable as a healer. They lay the foundation for you to root, rebound, and rise as the healer you now know you …

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Simple Exercises to Invite the Extraordinary Life

Your gut bacteria feed on microbiota-accessible carbohydrates, or MACs, which are carbohydrates that are difficult to digest. Dietary fiber is a source of MACs and eating a diverse range of fiber sources can help to nurture a healthy microbiota. Basing your diet on only one MAC is unwise because different …

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The Power to Leave Painful Thoughts and Feelings Behind You

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Uncover the Secret Treasure of Your True Self

Nevertheless, there have been an enormous number of studies by academic psychologists, often resembling scientific experiments, attempting to get to the truth. While they have sometimes produced conflicting conclusions, the research can still help us understand more about the consequences of our social comparisons. I have broken down my exploration …

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No more wearables

They explored the subject from the perspectives of anthropology, biology, moral philosophy, psychology, and theology, drawing on their own research and examining the evidence that an attitude of gratitude creates blessings. In his article, Thanks! How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier, Dr Robert Emmons, a professor …

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Maybe they sounded too Pollyannaish

Out of that sentiment, the term machiavellian was coined. In 1970 a method for measuring a person's level of Machiavellianism, high or low, was devised by two social psychologists, Richard Christie and Florence L. Those who score 50 out of 100 possible points are considered high machs. Those scoring below …

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You probably didn't like some of these phrases

Or did I retain it even through my sixth pregnancy, when I bleached everything in sight, washing my cotton nightgown so frequently that the bright bluebell pattern faded to a dull gray? To this day, I can recall the fresh scent of the bleached and sun-dried gown and bedsheets. It …

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I am reaching out to other people

Now, try thinking of a past positive event. You'll probably find that it's much harder for the mind to do, because of how our minds have been conditioned toward negativity by friends, family and society. It's much the same way when we try to see the future the way we …

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Getting Unstuck from Thoughts

Whatever the reason, it keeps us on a path we don't necessarily want to be going down, at a pace we aren't comfortable moving, and it always leads to trouble. In trying to keep up with others on a hike, there were many times when ignoring symptoms ended with me …

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Anxiety and Worry

I make it part of my practice. I keep a small radio in the bathroom and turn it to the news channel as I clean my teeth and get ready in the morning. After meditation and exercise, I read two independent newspapers online (saving longer op-eds and features for my …

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Don't go to the grave with your best work still inside of you

Dr Bill Danby, a New Hampshire dermatologist with a practice in Manchester and a professor at Dartmouth Medical School, also suspected that the hormones in dairy products were playing a role in acne. He contacted the Harvard School of Public Health to enlist the help of researchers, including Dr Walter …

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How will we accomplish these objectives?

The overall effect on your nervous system and your mind is to calm you down, freeing you from debilitating anxiety. Telling the child to dust off your hands changes the feeling in the hands as well as distracts her so that the fear and anger at having fallen translates into …

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I have gifts

How comfortable and supported do you feel in your posture? Are there parts of your body that feel as though they have to tense and brace themselves, to hold on to maintain the uprightness of your posture and to prevent your falling over? See if you can locate and identify …

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