Monday, 19 October 2020

Where are you limiting yourself?

Desire is beautiful and natural; You desire to love someone for the connection, so you can share and give back the love you have in you. You naturally want to give it and share it and procreate. If you crave it, it means you are coming from a desperate sense of lack. You are focussed more on the fact that you don't have it and feel sad that you don't have what others have. This makes you repulsive to pure, beautiful love, and manifesting a relationship. We desire individual careers because we're naturally skilled or interested in one thing over another. We wish to visit other countries to learn about different cultures and the expansion of mind it would harness. We desire to meditate and find stillness, comfort and inner peace; To try and stop desires arising is unnecessary and, in the end, futile. Probably not. KEEP YOUR VEHICLE IN TIP TOP SHAPE To be sure your car will run smoothly when you need it most, stay current with maintenance. And maintenance means more than just oil changes. Get to know your owner's manual. You don't need to be a mechanic to check your car's tire pressure and treads, fluid levels, cable connections, lights, windshield wipers and battery. Then find a good mechanic and follow the recommended maintenance schedule outlined in your manual. LEARN HOW TO CHANGE A TIRE As I said earlier, roadside assistance is smart to have but it's even smarter to learn how to change a tire yourself. While you're at it, learn how to jump start your car and how to put on tire chains.

Well, as with the other areas of fitness that I have discussed so far in this article, a skilled coach is someone who has developed a coaching eye, which means that you are able to see things that the average coach can't. Your clients are communicating with you every day, and there could be a multitude of things preventing them from achieving results. In a lot of cases, you will just keep doing the same thing over and over, hoping that your clients will change, but simply having a deeper understanding of how the body works will enable you to adjust areas of your client's nutrition and training to facilitate their progress. Also, if you run into a wall and don't know what to do, a deeper understanding of your clients will allow you to decide if it's appropriate to refer out to a specialist (in most cases, it will be). The more you know, the higher the level of service that you can provide for your clients. The human body is complex; Hormones are chemical messengers that travel throughout the body delivering instructions to perform certain actions. They are responsible for controlling functions such as hunger, fullness, heart function, sleep quality, cell growth, sex drive, energy and the transportation of nutrients into cells. Here is a small list of hormones that you might be familiar with (there are around fifty hormones in total): thyroid hormones, insulin, oestrogen, progesterone, testosterone, cortisol, adrenaline and growth hormone. For optimal health and performance, we are ideally looking for our hormones to be balanced; It's helpful to identify the steps needed to help clients reach a goal or solve a specific problem. You'll see it outlines the necessary steps and specifies obstacles for each step (practical problems, interfering cognitions, and/or skill deficits) and a plan to overcome them. Goal: Getting a job Identify steps and potential obstacles; Step 1: Update resume. Potential Obstacles Automatic thoughts: I won't do this right; I won't get hired anyway Skill deficit: how to describe previous work experience Plan to Overcome Obstacles

Desiring cannot be stopped completely. Even the desire to stop desiring is a desire! Craving for things, however, can be and should be stopped. Craving is suffering! Craving is the difference. Don't get the two confused. Not allowing yourself to be who you want to be because you think you shouldn't desire it, is suffering! The Buddha didn't want us to suffer. Some craving, of course, can't be helped; Just like if we're ill, we'd want to be well, we can't help that. You never know when you might be in a situation where help isn't available and these skills will come in handy. TAKE SAFETY SERIOUSLY! Click it or ticket. Don't drink and drive. And the latest, Don't text and drive. I know you've heard the campaign messages but are you heeding their advice? Do you keep your cars doors locked at all times, even when you're in the car? Does your baby or toddler ride in the appropriate car seat? Following simple safety precautions are the best way to keep your family safe while on the road. Q: WHAT DO I DO IF I'M IN THE CAR WHEN A DISASTER STRIKES?

Hormonal imbalances often occur when there is too little or too much of certain hormones circulating within the bloodstream. The side effects of imbalanced hormones can impact sleep quality, mood, energy, metabolism, sexual health, body composition, stress and other areas of life. I refer to these imbalances as `red flags', and I'm sure they sound familiar to you. There are many reasons why hormones could be out of balance, such as: medical conditions (diabetes, under/overactive thyroid, autoimmune disease); There is often a lot more going on with your clients than you might assume at first glance. It's common for certain symptoms that your clients are experiencing to be addressed when they take control of their lifestyles, health, exercise and nutrition; I'm not going to teach you about each of these areas in depth - that is where your own research and continued education comes in. My goal is to raise your awareness so that you can start to see your clients differently, ask more questions, listen more intently and then go in search of the answers. To give you a better understanding of hormones and how they can impact your clients, let me share an example of a common type of client with you: a mum of two young children who are one and two years old. She has been trying to get back into exercise and lose some excess weight, but she's absolutely exhausted all the time. Socratic questioning to evaluate automatic thoughts; Look online for sample resumes Ask son for help; Give self credit for taking these steps Set specific Action Plan to look online and ask son; Step 2: Identify potential jobs and apply for them. Potential Obstacles Automatic thoughts: If I look online, I won't be able to find any in my area; If I network, people will find out I'm unemployed and they'll think less of me Problem/skill deficit: doesn't know where to look online

The trick is not to crave wellness from a desperate point of view, not to question `why me' or ask over and over why there's no cure. Don't dwell in thoughts that can harm you-- live in peace, feeling calm and blissful by clearing all thoughts; Ponder on the idea that others have been able to get better so maybe you can too or, if you have a terminal illness, think of what a great life you've had so far and how grateful you are for the experiences you've had. I know it can be challenging to get from feeling bad about your illness to suddenly having thoughts of gratitude about it or about life, but you can reach for a better feeling with each thought. After I read the article Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks, I understood the concept of their emotional guidance scale which provided comfortable steps so we can heighten our vibration one emotion at a time until we get where we need to be. So I made up my own scale. The reason for this is, although the concept is good, some of the 22 baby step emotions I feel can be grouped in a similar base field, and they also didn't include a neutral, none emotion. So I simplified the scale into my Seven Emotional Realms (I like to do things in sevens). LOVE, APPRECIATION, JOY, GLORY, BLISS, MERCY, FREEDOM, ELATION, EMPOWERMENT. PASSION, ENTHUSIASM, GIDDINESS, HAPPINESS, EAGERNESS. A: If conditions make driving too difficult, pull off the road, set the car's parking brake and wait until it's safe to travel. Turn on your radio to get the latest emergency information. Head home as soon as possible. As you drive, look for potential hazards. Stay off bridges and avoid overpasses. Watch for fallen trees and downed power lines. If a power line falls on your car, don't get out. Wait for help to arrive. Be Ready at Work When you're not at home, where are you?

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