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12 Things Your Soul Wants You to Remember

Posted by on Apr 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

  “You don’t have a soul, you are a soul. You have a body”- C.S Lewis Although it may feel like it, your soul is not separate from you. In truth your soul is your true essence, your true existence. We are simply shadows of all that we are. It is easy to forget who we are, where we come from and all that we can be and sometimes we need a reminder. Here are 12 Things Your Soul Wants You to Remember   1. You are exactly where you a supposed to be. No matter the circumstance, no matter the ride that got you to where you are in...

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4 Simple Steps to End a Panic Attack!

Posted by on Mar 17, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Really sound advice from Patti McDermott Panic Attacks Are Common Many people experience panic attacks frequently and live their lives avoiding situations that frighten them, in many cases irrationally. Using the four easy steps below, you can learn to end a panic attack in as little as three minutes. What Is A Panic Attack? A panic attack is a condition of adrenaline being released into your bloodstream. A message of fear sends a signal to the adrenal glands that there is an emergency. The adrenal glands are pea-sized organs that sit on top...

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Protecting Your Child’s Mental Health

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Simplifying Childhood May Protect Against Mental Health Issues Life When my Dad was growing up he had one jumper each winter. One. Total. He remembers how vigilantly he cared for his jumper. If the elbows got holes in them my Grandma patched them back together. If he lost his jumper he’d recount his steps to find it again. He guarded it like the precious gift it was. He had everything he needed and not a lot more. The only rule was to be home by dinner time. My Grandma rarely knew exactly where her kids were. They were off building...

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Watch Your Thoughts They Have Power!

Posted by on Feb 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

  What You Focus On Is What Becomes Powerful – Why Your Thoughts and Feelings Matter Posted February 10, 2016 by Hey Sigmund 0 views   What you focus on is what becomes becomes powerful. The message is real and comes fortified with some serious science. It’s called experience-dependent neuroplasticity. The research around it has caught fire and the findings are powerful. The implications for all of us are profound. At the heart of the research is the finding that experience changes the brain. Just think about that for a...

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The Magic of Music & Mindfulness Exercise No 3

Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Music has that magic quality of transporting you back in time or moving you in such a way that can be quite intoxicating. Using music and practicing mindfulness has some amazing benefits like quieting the mind, stress relief and giving you a sense of well being. Try this lovely little exercise to relax and calm you and still that mind. You can do it at home, on the train on your way to work, any where you can sit or stand still for a few minutes. Exercise No:3 Choose a piece of music that you find really relaxing. Close your eyes and...

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Best Advice For Happiness I’ve Ever Read!

Posted by on Jan 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Advice From Some Old People 1. The most important person in your life is the person who agreed to share their life with you. Treat them as such. 2. You might live a long life, or you might live a short one — who knows. But either way, trust me when I say that you’re going to wish you took better care of yourself in your youth. 3. Stuff is just stuff. Don’t hold onto material objects, hold onto time and experiences instead. 4. Jealousy destroys relationships. Trust your significant other, because who else are you supposed to trust? 5....

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Secret To Weight loss & Better Digestion Tip No 1.

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Do you eat your food really fast? Are you unconsciously eating while you’re rushing around, multi tasking, when you’re feeling angry or stressed? If the answer is YES then you are activating the stress response and you will store weight, not lose it! Why? Because when the body is in stress response it does a number of things: It temporarily decreases your digestion Your metabolism will slow right down You slow down calorie burning You’re brain sends you more adrenaline, cortisol and insulin, more fast storing! So before you...

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Stay Focused On Mindfulness

Posted by on Jan 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

As promised here is another Mindfulness exercise that helps you practice concentration rather than mindfulness itself. We can all do with being able to focus and concentrate more, I know I can. Exercise 2 This exercise leads on from exercise 1, if you didn’t see it please check it out on my previous blogs. This is very simple but a great way to begin to train your mind on what you want. So this time instead of focusing on your breath you begin to focus your attention on counting from one to ten.  As you do this your mind will wander...

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Panic Attacks Or Butterflies In Your Stomach

Posted by on Jan 10, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

When you’re feeling anxious and overwhelmed by physical feelings, remember this… When you have a panic attack and experience all those feelings in your body like a racing heart, dizziness, feelings in your stomach and shallow breathing? ….well they are exactly the same feelings you would get if you were really excited or received a wonderful surprise like winning the lottery. Think back to the early days of being in a relationship when your heart races, your stomach flutters like butterflies trapped in side and you feel...

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HOW TO DEAL WITH ANXIETY

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

image: http://womanandhome.media.ipcdigital.co.uk/21348/000011e33/88ec_orh425w315/W2-Weightanddiet.jpg Print A recent YouGov survey showed that one in five people feel anxious all or some of the time. Mixed depression and anxiety is in fact the most prevalent mental health problem in the UK as a whole. A certain amount of anxiety can be good for you – it keeps you alert and can help you to perform well when life situations instill you with fear. Although this is only in small doses. If anxiety becomes too intense or goes on for...

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