Sunday, 8 November 2020

I Walked Away

It's only when every person is taking care of themselves and each individual is doing well that nobody will need to worry about and care for others. G4 AND THE LAW OF RESONANCE As soon as I broadcast that I can't do something - that I have too little power, that I don't have this, that I'm not loved or respected enough, that I'm misunderstood, and so on - I receive this exact energy in return. In G4, on the other hand, I have no symptoms of deficiency. The system fills up: It generates an energy field around me in which I don't emit a deficiency. If I stop feeling like a victim, stop broadcasting the fact that I need money or am poor, I won't become a `perpetrator. THE CYCLE OF GIVING AND RECEIVING It's not wise to earn money without returning anything to the cycle. It was time they got back to their busy day, and it was time for me to go. But I took one last look at them and smiled. Maybe it's just me, but it was a bit odd to see a nun in a down jacket throwing a hay bale to a llama and speaking about her next shipment of wood for coffins. As odd and as beautiful as death. Ideas for my container: HOMEWORK: THE GREEN REAPER: THOUGHTS ON DYING IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY WAY Every year, we bury enough embalming fluid--which contains formaldehyde, a known carcinogen--to fill eight Olympic size swimming pools. We bury more than ninety-thousand tons of steel. Four million acres of trees. That's a lot of trees! Time is brain. Call 911 for emergency assistance.

Medical Aspect of Stroke Stroke Centers Primary stroke centers are hospitals that have been certified by the Department of Health or The Joint Commission as centers that comply with the latest hospital guidelines for stroke treatment. In 2000, a group of stroke experts from the Brain Attack Coalition (BAC) proposed the creation of two types of stroke centers that would give ultra-rapid stroke care: primary and comprehensive. A comprehensive stroke center has specific abilities to receive and treat the most complex stroke cases. The majority of these highly regulated hospital designations are primary stroke centers. However, not every hospital in the nation is designated a primary or comprehensive stroke center. Sometimes, these hospitals will teleconference with other area or regional hospitals regarding a specific case and, possibly, transport the patient to the closest stroke center. This is the origin of the JueYin channel in Acupuncture. The pericardium is unique within the body. All organs are wrapped in fascia but, apart from the pericardium, this consists of two layers - one attached to the organ, the other to the body wall. These layers serve both a functional purpose in enabling movement and an energetic purpose in channelling Qi and keeping order. The heart, however, is wrapped in three layers. The first two layers are similar to the fascia that wraps most other organs, thin to the point of transparency, enabling both energetic and physical organ to move. The extra third layer is extremely thick and strong fascia, thousands of times thicker than the first two and grown out from the chest wall. This is the layer unique to the heart and is known as the fibrous pericardium. The function of the fibrous pericardium in Western medicine is a bit boring. It does protect the heart from rupture and from invading pathogens but, like all fascia, is generally ignored. I hang my head, ashamed, but also relieved. She has called me out on my self-abuse.

She has called me out on the internal attitudes which are holding me in trauma. They are not the entirety of the problem, but they are at least the portion of the problem over which I have some control. I have to stop hating my parts. I have to stop being so discompassionate towards them, and blocking them out, and refusing to care. I have to accept that they are me, and I am them, and only together will we heal. That is the way forwards. It's strange how I can feel both chastened and supported by her at the same time. She gets it. Choosing the right treatment can be challenging for people who have BPD or those people who care about them. If you have BPD, you can choose from an hour a week of individual psychotherapy, day treatment (known as partial hospitalization), full-time inpatient treatment, or group therapy. In this article, we help you handle this array of options. This article describes the various treatment options available for people with BPD and explains which ones have been shown to work. We provide a glossary of treatment providers. We spell out what to expect in psychotherapy and, more importantly, show you how to tell whether you've made the right choice. Finally, we discuss how to make realistic goals instead of expecting unlikely miracles. Exploring BPD Treatment Settings You can find treatment for BPD in a variety of settings. Each of these settings -- whether it's working one-on-one with a therapist, taking part in group therapy, or spending some time in a hospital -- has certain pluses and minuses. As I got older, around sixteen or so, I was put in charge of the school horses--about twenty-five of them. I cleaned their stalls, fed them, brushed them, and got them tacked up (saddled) for the endless lessons that went on daily.

I also cleaned all the tack (riding gear) daily. No matter how many times I walked into that tack room and saw all those saddles and bridles hanging up, I never tired of cleaning them and keeping everything neat. In fact, I never tired of anything--not even mucking out yet another stall. Being a working student at this stable was the best job I ever had. I worked there until I was eighteen. That job helped build my strong character. I developed a strong work ethic, and I realized I have tremendous perseverance. I learned that the harder I worked, the luckier I got. If you don't let it achieve its goal and don't get it, then it will fail. Most people don't mind owning things. It is because our self-esteem is not based on 100% correct time. The manipulator cannot be blamed. If they are forced to admit responsibility or wrongdoing, they will feel great guilt. They want you to feel guilty by making mistakes. They may also express excessive regret. I can't do anything, and I'm stupid. You are much better than me in all aspects, and I shouldn't try again. This kind of internal use is a completely wrong response. The frequency of interpersonal contact can be left up to your judgment. Teachers and staff can respond to the particular needs of the group based on factors such as the length of the retreat, the size and social context of the group, and information they receive from individual interviews.

The point here is to turn up the amount of interpersonal contact people receive to account for the potentially negative effects of solitary practice. If a student or client is experiencing a flashback, we can leverage interpersonal relationship to help a survivor manage them. One helpful strategy is the flashback-halting protocol developed by Rothschild (2000, p. Using verbal prompts, the protocol is designed to help people ground themselves in the present moment when they're experiencing a flashback, increasing the likelihood of gaining some control over traumatic symptoms. While the protocol is not a replacement for working with a trauma professional, it can help someone find temporary stability and come back into their window of tolerance. Recall that during a flashback, survivors are inundated by sensations, images, and emotions related to a traumatic event. Drawn back into the traumatic experience, they effectively lose their capacity for dual awareness in the present moment. When this happens, the observing self--which enables us to witness what is happening and gain perspective--becomes fused with the experiencing self. The aim isn't to collect and hoard one's own energy, to be stingy, but rather to keep everything in motion, always feeding the cycle. In that way, energy also comes back. As soon as you let go, `it' can flow. To receive something back, you first need to release something (ie give something of yourself). A person who gives nothing won't be able to accept anything. Therefore, if someone attacks you, you may use the energy that the other person gives off in the form of blocks. The attacker comes with a gift for you. They're secretly saying: `I have a problem. I have lots of energy for you. Can you help me? Have you thought about making your death as green as possible? From tree pods (a biodegradable pod where your remains literally become nutrients for a tree) to becoming a coral reef in death (your ashes are added to a reef ball, which creates new marine habitats), options abound for a green departure.

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