Like a bird up in the sky

You are probably the problem but, as it happens, you are also the solution. Be open to learning and you might find everything starts changing for you. Here are some questions I recommend you ask yourself: Might I have been wrong here? What could I do differently? What is the …

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Do I know what's truly real?

Is this not to prevent students from hurting themselves? When I ask a student to adopt a certain position or to create an alignment or correct their posture, this is NOT because of safety. I ask them to follow my specific cues as well as they can because I want …

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Let go into the mystery

It fosters a loving posture in relationships instead of a defensive one. Enlisting these methods sets a precedent for emotional liberation. This will give a pretty good estimate of the average height of people in south London or, albeit less accurately, in Britain as a whole. The more people there …

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Don't make me over

Even the highest functioning (awful term! It's one of the reasons Asperkids tend to function best socially around older children (who may guide or nurture them) and younger kids (who will allow themselves to be bossed). Immediate peers are, by far, the toughest. This is why I have to say …

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Make it from day to day

I want them to get something out of the membership. That pressure costs me a lot of time that I could spend on growing our family business or my coaching practice. All in all--a membership site is not the right strategy for me. Instead of making a simple calculation of …

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Tell me the facts real straight

One of these was to ask Tom what his anxiety looked like. Tom drew a picture of a large scary creature, with sharp teeth, a long tail, big bloodshot eyes, a pointy nose and huge smelly feet. From then on he was going to visualise this creature playing tricks on …

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There's a battle for the throne

Does she suddenly love doing chores? No, but who does? The big deal is that she is tolerating tedious tasks that she'd otherwise turned into ugly power struggles; Dear Santa, I'd Like a Friend for Christmas OK, the honest truth is that when I wrote to Santa, asking for a …

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We made a big connection

Whether at home or in school, basic organizational and practical life skills can garner a better response when put in terms of the passion. We've explored that idea as per classroom use. What about at home? Keeping my daughter's room even vaguely tidy has been a lifelong losing battle. And …

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It doesn't matter what they do

It helped Alex to gain a sense of normality and routine about going to school, and therefore it eased his anxiety around it. Malie: Sounds like a dress-rehearsal for an upcoming performance. Or perhaps the imagining of a fearful situation somehow taking some of the emotional charge out of it …

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If you only knew

Playing with your child helps them to feel special. Rather than focus on their worries, it gives you and your child a chance to spend some valuable time together and reduces some of the tension that accompanies anxiety. Child-parent play also lays the foundation for working through challenges together. Sadly …

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If you want to make it all worthwhile

There's nothing like a good auld tickle, a crazy dance around the kitchen or a competitive board game to bring out the child in everyone. It's all about purposefully creating a space in which to relax and to forget - if only for a few minutes - about the routines that can …

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You have to have your own breakthrough

It means pride, increased dexterity, enhanced concentration, improved sense of self, better coordination, and greater self-sufficiency. Let her repeat any activity as many times as she needs to feel capable and complete; Above all, the involved adult's goal must be to teach rather than to correct. Getting frustrated with a …

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When you hear the cry for home

Then we make a castle out of sand and knock it down with a spade. Ice cream tastes nice and we cry when it falls off the cone on to the sand. Sitting in a tiny red car on a merry-go-round is the most fun any child could ever have …

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Rave on, you left us infinity

Invariably, at the moment his name was called, Dad would want to go to the toilet. That would be another half-hour gone. He would make a mess over the toilet floor and his trousers would be wet with urine. The patience of the staff was astonishing. Nurses spent hours trying …

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I'm going leave these blues behind

So while certain memories or images (eg, 9/11, that cat you fear) are etched deeply, others are discarded. Remember: the brain is sorting, and it's giving priority to the things it thinks could hurt you. Your subconscious brain is so powerful that, if you learn to harness this unique …

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The fog of illusion

In stress-, anxiety-, and phobia-prone brains, that smoke detector doesn't go off just when there is a fire. It goes off every time you put a piece of bread in the toaster. It's way too sensitive. You once burned a piece of toast, filling your kitchen with smoke and scaring …

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In a world full of glamour

When our brains suffer from tension or high pressure over a prolonged period, our ability to conduct mental activities will wane. For example, aside from bodily discomforts, we will also be prone to irritation and mental fatigue, and we will suffer from sleep disorders, absent-mindedness, forgetfulness, headaches, and other bodily …

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I'm a dweller on the threshold

Remember your strengths and what makes you who you are . And perhaps there is even a newfound hope for the future . In this moment, feel the part of you that is most lovable. I wonder if it's your kindness. Or perhaps your loving heart? Is it your compassion and grace …

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In the mighty crystal fire

So now the subconscious helps you notice everything that's right with your life. Perhaps it will surprise you that the subconscious is helping you consider your present life through a strength- and growth-oriented lens. I wonder how everything you've been through has made you into the inherently worthy, wonderful, and …

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Let me go down to the water

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Let me travel even higher

As a preregistration house officer I saw this many times. Heart attacks presented with a terrible crushing chest pain that often radiated down the left arm. Again, the poor patient would be anxious, pale and sweating. Such cases were the bread and butter of our practice as young trainees. The …

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You sit in your room and you're all alone

For some, that's when they leave high school, for others, it's when they get their bachelor's or master's degree. During our time in school, we learn new skills, ideas, and theories that change the way we think and operate in the world. But once we've established a way of thinking …

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Oh, when I can't find my feet

That a woke columnist will call him a fascist (after all, isn't the suspect the real victim! That gets tweeted and activists will soon arrive to picket his office, with surprisingly uniformly printed signs. So rather than share that risk, he passes that risk off to female straphangers. They're on …

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In haunts of ancient peace

Then he circled in green the tasks where he got to use his talents and in red the tasks where he had skills but no talents. We discovered that 40 percent of his time was spent in the red zone. I asked him to create a second chart and label …

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The love and light we seek

Judging from the perspective of the traditional Chinese medicine, she lacked the three treasures essential to human beings, that is, the essence of life, vital energy, and spirit. Based on her condition, I recommended for her diet the three white ingredients, rice, salt, and white turnips. White turnips. Bland and …

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All in the wonderful game

I have found that AVE can help people who have reported difficulty with other subconscious-based practices to enter a deep, wondrous theta state. The deeper you dive into the subconscious, the more likely it is that the positivity you'll hear in step 6 of SVT will stick. When your subconscious …

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I didn't know you stayed up so late

There was a period in the first half of the twentieth century when the birth rate was high with most of the children surviving. This is called demographic transition and it partly explains the rise in the number of elderly in developed societies. A fall in the birth rate during …

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You feel it in your heart and it grows and grows

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Just more hard work and bad company

Where are you? I waved with an exaggerated, ecstatic grin and eyebrows so optimistically stretched they almost left my face. Is this really happening? Or was I having some delusional fantasy? This is why when I teach, I try to get students to just listen to their breathing while in …

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