Thursday, October 31st, 2013 Focus: I choose to fully explore life and live each passing moment to the fullest.

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Stressful times may cause depressed immunity, but self-healing personalities will bounce back. When we believe that we can heal we help activate the mechanisms that foster immunity and healing on every level.

Work on removing old fears and emotional blocks and replacing them with courage and responsiveness to the adventures and challenges of every new day. Build up your determination to be well. Take up daily practices that build emotional strength and supercharge your immune system. Try meditation, guided imagery, self-hypnosis, positive affirmation, relaxed deep breathing and other techniques. And do not forget to take the time to understand and express yourself.

To sustain well-being and a strong immune system, one must accept being in the world and honestly expressing one’s feelings. Healing is not about the avoidance of death, which is an inevitable part of life, but about the full exploration of life and living each passing moment to the fullest.

Excerpted from the article:
A Self-Healing Personality Can Be Yours
by Elaine R. Ferguson M.D.

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Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 Focus: I recognize opportunities for growth when they present themselves.

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Getting along with others can be simple or complicated, depending on how you look at it. If someone annoys or irritates you, for what appears to be no apparent reason, it’s usually an indication that you sense or feel something in this person that you also sense or feel (sub-consciously) in yourself, that you don’t like. In other words, the person annoying and irritating you is only a reflection of you — a mirror.

An example of this would be:

You are a clerk in a retail store. Someone comes in to be waited on. From the very beginning of your encounter with this person, they demand your undivided attention. They act as if they’re the only one in the store. Their behavior really “bugs” you, they are so demanding. You can hardly wait until they have completed their purchases so you won’t have to put up with them and their attitude any longer.

What you don’t realize is that you possess these same qualities — qualities of superiority or of being demanding in your attitude, or you would not be resonating with them… they would not be bugging you. This person is only mirroring something that is in you. This person is giving you a great gift. This person is there to teach you. When you have this kind of experience, a great opportunity for growth is presenting itself

Excerpted from the article:
Getting Along With Others: Simple or Complicated
by Karol Kuhn Truman.

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Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 Focus: I choose to believe in my potential and allow myself the luxury of dreaming.

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Before you can identify the need and desire to make a change, it’s imperative that you get past the blaming stage. Blaming keeps you in the past.

No matter how much you believe in your excuses, you simply cannot deny that your success depends on the choices you make. You may have a tougher time than others because of barriers beyond your control (race, gender, age, and so on), but probably your toughest obstacle is the one you’ve created for yourself by failing to believe in your potential.

To overcome this obstacle, you’ve got to allow yourself the luxury of dreaming. If you’ve been struggling for some time, it might be tough to begin this process, but it’s free and can be a lot of fun.

Excerpted from the article:
It Is All Up To You: Choosing the Ideal as Your Guide
by Diane Chambers.

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Monday, October 28th, 2013 Focus: I get in touch with the underlying emotions beneath my anger.

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Invariably, when we feel the desire to forgive someone or something, we have at some time felt anger toward them or it. Anger actually exists as a secondary emotion. Beneath anger lies a primary emotional pain, such as hurt pride, shame, frustration, sadness, terror, or fear. Anger represents energy in motion emanating from the suppression of that pain.

All too often when people talk about letting go of anger or releasing anger, they really mean trying to get rid of it. They judge it as wrong and undesirable — even frightening. Since anger represents energy in motion, resisting it just keeps it stuck within us — until the volcano erupts.

The Radical Forgiveness process asks us to get in touch with not only the anger, but the underlying emotion as well. This means feeling it — not talking about it, not analyzing it, not labeling it, but experiencing it!

Excerpted from the article:
Anger: Love It, Then Leave It
by Colin C. Tipping.

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Sunday, October 27th, 2013 Focus: I am open to learning from my experience, instead of resisting it.

Have any of you noticed that sometimes when you try to create something certain obstacles will come up which question exactly what you’re trying to create?

These are things which can be used to alleviate the current emotional stress and return oneself to being a creator of their own good. Continue with your efforts, and know that they are the right things for you to do at the moment, but surrender any attachment you have as to the outcome.

It’s the attachment to outcome, to things being a certain way, that brings us pain. Peace comes with letting go, surrendering, and acceptance. It also makes us more open to learning from our experience, instead of resisting it.

Excerpted from the article:
When You Have A Critical Moment of Emotional Stress
by Michelle J. Johnson.

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Thursday, October 24th, 2013 Focus: I am learning to understand and develop the intuition that is inside of me.

Some speak about feeling some kind of “instinct,” but they doubt themselves too much to act on it. Many talk about getting “signs” but are not sure how to interpret them. All of these concerns can be alleviated dramatically by understanding and developing your intuition.

To some degree, you and every other person on earth has this spiritual perception, this skill. For me it was very intense; for others it is quite subtle. It doesn’t matter if it is strong or faint — what matters is that you learn how to listen to it.

It doesn’t benefit anyone for you to be less than you are. To not use your intuition is to be less than you are. To not know and live by your own truths is being less than you are. To ignore your energy body is being less than you are. As you develop the intuition that is inside of you and learn to think more for yourself, you can go out into the world more aware, confident, and strong.

Excerpted from the article:
Opening the Door to Trusting What You Are Feeling
by Julie Tallard Johnson.

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