Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Would I rather avoid introspection?

I love both the talent and the energy. Do not picture it returning to the origin since it would be unkind to do so. Though it would not actually be returned to that person, thinking that way is counterintuitive since it would only attract more negative energy towards you. Strategy #3: Maintain a comfortable, but a polite distance away from the cause of your discomfort. This strategy is easier to pull off when you are in the presence of strangers. According to experts, the optimal distance is around twenty feet or six meters. If you are in a public place, such as a movie theater or public transport, consider changing seats if that is a possible option at that given moment. If the person sitting next to you does not make you feel comfortable, spare yourself from the suffering. Get up from your seat, and find a more suitable spot for you. Remember, self-care is just as important as being careful about the feelings of others. Do not make a big deal whenever you have to do so. As you invest in loving yourself, you will discover the power in this simple act, and then, how engaging in the 8 Steps will be a desirable avenue of nurturing and celebrating further celebration of the marvelous wonders of being the healer you are! Again, fears are a natural part of the journey, yet fear is not a natural part of you. As you launch forward, to help you navigate through any fear that may come your way to distract you from working through the 8 Steps in discovering the healer within, here are ideas on how to even the playing field so you can get to work and re-discover your love for yourself. Clean out your closet and put away your past missteps and forgive. Embrace your imperfections by noting what missteps are still impacting you. Take note of the feelings that may be keeping you attached and holding you back. Give yourself permission to work through the emotion and let it pass. Then bring forward the lessons learned. Step out into the sunlight and seek to learn new things with the intent to get to know yourself.

Be curious of how you manage things now and enjoy witnessing what happens. Looking in a mirror, press the side of one nostril to close it. With your mouth closed, breathe in through your other nostril. If the nostril tends to collapse, try holding it open with the flat side of a toothpick. Test both nostrils. If breathing is easier with one nostril held open, using nasal dilators or strips when sleeping (see below) may help. Treatment for UARS Although a mild decrease in airflow while sleeping may not seem like a big problem, it has been shown to disrupt sleep enough to cause and/or perpetuate CFS/FMS. Most people find that their nasal congestion and UARS go away after treating their candida (see article 3). If the nasal congestion persists, however, a simple nasal dilator called Nozovent (available online) can be helpful. Another easy option is Breathe Right nasal strips, which are available at most pharmacies and many supermarkets. But a pastor at a church I recently attended pointed out that early in each season, you see a lot of train wrecks when individuals work their hearts out trying to sing, dance, or entertain when clearly they lack the skill or talent. Why, he asked, didn't anyone love them enough, early on, to say, `That's not you; My parents never told me I could play in the NBA if I wanted to, because they knew that while I liked basketball, I didn't have a lot of talent. I am grateful that my parents helped me put my energies into areas where I had more strengths. A lack of warmth. Ironically, entitlement can occur when a person gets little praise, care, or warmth. That might surprise you, but it makes sense. We all need to know we are loved and accepted. It's a basic human requirement for health and functioning.

But when a person has a number of cold, detached, or self-absorbed relationships, he often creates what is called a defensive grandiose identity. Practice subtlety to not offend the people around you. Empaths run the risk of exposing themselves to social situations that can overwhelm both their bodies and minds. If you would ever be put in that situation, leave as quietly as possible and maintain a comfortable distance from the possible sources of negativity around you. Strategy #4: Limit eye contact and/or physical contact with other people. Certain research studies suggest that energy can be transmitted through gaze or touch. Therefore, if you are not feeling comfortable at any given moment, try to limit the eye contact or physical contact you have with those around you. For example, many people prefer to greet others with a hug. It is perfectly all right to refuse a friendly hug, as long as you express it in a polite manner. If you are not the position to deny it, try to shorten the duration of the hug as much as possible. You can also go for a half-hug instead, wherein you just pat someone on the back after wrapping an arm around him or her. As you challenge yourself, you learn and remember how you manage things that are hard and not so hard. In the end, this re-affirms you can trust yourself and your instincts. Trust your promptings, listen to your inner voice, and experiment following your intuition throughout your day. As you experience the joy of following your inklings, you become prepared with what the 8 Steps teach. Note along the way the magic of living in alignment with the love you give yourself and ride on the momentum of it. I implore you to make the commitment to yourself now to navigate your 8 Steps blueprint to combat your fears of being an imposter, in order to confront your feelings of insecurities, self-doubts, and second-guessing of your potential. As outlined, this is the time to hold onto HOPE as you walk away from the fear and keep on moving forward, envisioning your truth. This will lead to the self-acceptance that is key to embracing HOPE fully. As shared, HOPE is more than a feeling, it involves tapping into the intellect of here and beyond, contemplating, planning, motivating, and determining what is what.

You choose whether you allow HOPE to be your beacon of light aiding you to navigate through the disbelief in yourself as a healer. Hormones and Hypotension Intensive Care BFF Summary In those with irritability when hungry, especially if their illness began with a viral infection (adrenal fatigue), I usually recommend the supplement Adrenaplex plus the bioidentical prescription hormone hydrocortisone (Cortef). At doses of 25 milligrams or more daily (equivalent to 5 milligrams of prednisone), this hormone can suppress your adrenals and have significant toxicity. But at doses of 20 milligrams a day or less, overall I find it to be fairly safe. People know within a month if these are going to help. Acne, severe weight gain, darkening of facial hair, and irregular periods? Consider PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) in women. I do this by looking at test results for a fasting insulin over 10, or a high or high normal DHEA-sulfate or testosterone. The medication metformin, a low-carbohydrate diet (eg, ketogenic), and birth control pills can all be very helpful. That is, to protect himself from the emptiness or harshness of his relational sphere, he will craft a self-perception that is entitled, self-centered, and larger than life. That helps keep the hurt and loneliness at bay. A business client of mine was seriously alienating himself from his staff and family. He couldn't take criticism well, had to feel (and let people know) that he had all the answers, and presented himself as smarter and better than everyone around him. He had put himself in danger of losing both his company and his family. He and I began digging into who he was as a person. I didn't find in his background a family that spoiled him or praised him in the wrong way. Instead, I discovered that his home life as a child had included two damaged parents who had little interest in reaching into their bright son's internal world, understanding him, and caring for him. They functioned well in terms of providing structure and values.

But because they did not offer him warmth, at his core he felt unlovable and ashamed of himself. Always keep in mind that you have the right to choose the amount of eye contact or physical contact you would engage in with others. Some people express their sympathies through a hug or some other thoughtful gesture. Studies indicate that hugging does benefit both the giver and recipient emotionally. However, if you are concerned about the effect it would have on your stress level, there are many other ways to show how much you care about them, even from a safe, but polite distance. Strategy #5: Use water to detox yourself. One of the quick techniques employed by many empaths is water immersion, or in non-technical language, taking a long, hot bath. To make it more effective, some throw in Epsom salt into the water in order to induce a more calming atmosphere. Essential oils are also indispensable when it comes to relaxing baths. Many empaths use lavender oils in particular due to its calming properties. When in need of intensive pampering, some people with empathic abilities travel to places with natural mineral springs. You do this by embracing your humanness, then taking one small step at a time toward rising to your potential as a true healer, in mind, body, and spirit. We learned that waiting to feel you are a healer is an obstacle versus verification of your calling, as feelings come and go. Rather, take time to self-reflect with the intention to get in touch with the whisperings from within, follow the tinges of awareness of knowing you know, and unleash your potential and rising as a healer. To sustain and grow into being the healer you are, embrace the power of your love and love yourself as you love those you serve. Again, failure to do this is the greatest obstacle in unleashing your potential. Life is about opposition and why not navigate through it by working the 8 Steps, walking the higher road, and living as you know? You can do this. I challenge you to take the ICAN attitude and believe because you can! Accountability Journal

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