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Anita wonkieRapid Change through NLP Anchoring

In the 19th Century, Dr. Pavlov discovered what he called “conditioned reflexes” by studying behavior in dogs. Each time he fed them, he would ring a bell. After a while, he discovered that he only had to ring the bell and the dogs would salivate and anticipate food.

Although not quite as simplistic as dog behavior, we too form behaviors by association. For example, if you became violently ill from eating pizza, you would probably avoid all pizza for a long time. The old saying “Once spurned; twice shy.” is another example of how we model our behavior on our associated experiences.

If you have an intense pleasant experience in a certain setting, for example a romantic time in a mountain cabin, you will tend to associate pleasant things with the mountains and cabins.

Ralf-WeberIt can be scary for a dog to visit the veterinarian. It's an unfamiliar place with many different animal smells. Your dog can sense the discomfort of other dogs already there. It can make your buddy tense before you even set foot inside the office. And then there is that wobbly scale, strange people coming up to touch, squeeze, lift and examine—not much fun for a dog.

Spending time on making veterinary trips a calmer experience pays off quickly as your dog will have to see the veterinarian regularly for shots, checkups and possibly treatments.

doggy-at-vetThe described desensitization exercises should be performed with calmness and patience—not force. The point of these exercises is to make your dog comfortable when visiting the veterinarian—forcing your dog would be counterproductive. However, leash corrections for inappropriate behaviors are always okay and can be necessary should your dog become unruly during any of the outlined steps.

DesireeSzaboOn the set of the feature film, Cook, last week, I was apprehensive on how well I would preform as a Stand-In for Kids, I just had cataract eye surgery three weeks ago, on my left eye and I was not sure if I would be able to see and read the sides, which were the scenes for the day, or drive the hour to the location, I had just been informed that my left eye had not healed properly, Scar tissue was forming on my left eye and I would have to have another surgery within three months, to remove the cloudy debris,

Of course this did not sit right with me. I do not do well with set-backs, I called on Archangel Raphael for help, He is the healing angel, I asked for divine intervention from God and my angels.

Guy-FinleyNEWIf there could be only one idea—a lamp whose light could show the aspirant of real life the way out of the prison of dark thoughts and punishing feelings—it would surely be this: Your true Self doesn’t win in life by overpowering problems, but by revealing they never really existed as you once believed they did.

Truths such as this can be difficult to accept. Tell some people the basis of their present mental or emotional pain is a negative by-product of a mind trapped in an illusion and, as a rule, their response is to cling all the more tightly to their suffering. With few exceptions, the justification of their pain is as follows: given what they have had to endure, there is no alternative but this — their pain.

So before we go any farther, let’s set the record straight:

Many things that have happened, and that continue to happen in our world are, at best, dark and difficult to deal with. Let there be no question about this: sleeping human beings do terrible things to others, as well as to themselves.

Denee-JordanEnter the New Year without anything holding you back; the process may not be easy, but it is simple.

When it comes to really changing the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings we have been rehearsing for years, the work required can be significant. After all, chances are, if you have an anxiety disorder, you are pretty good at feeling nervous and afraid. Think of all the energy you have used up suffering from your fear. What would happen if you put as much energy into practicing new behaviors?   Anxiety disorders are very persistent and can produce tremendous suffering.  Anxiety is natural; debilitating anxiety is not.  In fact, basic anxiety is necessary.  It is our chemical preparation for potential danger.  The more anxious we feel, the more we lose our ability to use our human intellect and the more prepared we become to protect ourselves from life-threatening danger; much like a wild animal.  I like to think of it as awareness moving from the ‘front’ of the brain (location of rational, reasonable thinking), to the ‘back’ of the brain (location of basic survival).

Matthew-douglasMoving backwards or forward by the rejection or acceptance and awareness of the world today

We take this moment to walk through the existence of life as you find yourselves at this time in this shift of minds, hearts and spirits. The evolution of one’s self through the process of awakening within the dream of all dreams comes forward at this time to timestamp this day, entering into 2015 and moving forward into 2016. This transformational time is a time of bringing forward the awakening thoughts into your mind, heart and spirit to find those thoughts of truth seeding themselves into your lives. It is the time to start separating yourself from the future, freeing yourself to embrace it and to let go of the past that is blocking you from seeing your way forward, cementing the way into the future by closing the door of the past. This is the time to become aware of where you are in life and to embrace and accept what this is.

 RELAX-KIDS-AUTHORFor many people the word ‘meditation’ brings to mind an image of snow-topped mountains, absolute silence and the uncomfortable cross-legged lotus position.   

However, meditation can mean many different things to many different people, and can be as simple as counting your breaths over your morning cup of camomile.   

The term meditation is used widely, and generally means becoming aware of your body, your breathing, your feelings, and entering a deep state of relaxation. It is most often used as a way to reduce stress, improve self-esteem, and get rid of any negative or debilitating thoughts -leaving more room for positivity, creativity and personal growth!  

Sounds great, right? So why aren’t we introducing these important skills to children? Meditation has long been thought of as an adults-only practice, but the skills learned through meditation can be invaluable tools for helping children’s emotional and learning development!  


It's autumn in my world today

time gushing past like pelting rains,

life changes with seasons,

co-creatingA Conversation between Master Teachers

Publisher's Description

What happens when you bring together one of the most inspirational spiritual teachers of all time and the Master Sages of the Universe? A magical, insightful, invigorating encounter you will never forget!

In this awe-inspiring book based on a live event in Anaheim, California, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer sits down with Esther Hicks and the wise Collective Consciousness known as Abraham. Wayne asks all the questions he has accumulated from his more than 40 years of teaching others about self-reliance and self-discovery, and Abraham delivers the answers we all need to hear. Topics include:
• Parenting, parents, and the continuum of life
• Can we reach the state of “love that has no opposite”?
• Dharma, destiny, and being on your path
• Dealing with bad news
• Are there ascended masters and guides?
• Monsanto and GMOs
• and many more!

Collecting-FeathersTales from the Other Side

Publisher's Description

Enter the second half of your life journey with vibrancy, generativity, creativity and blessing!
One’s second half of life can be an amazing adventure of abundance, generativity, and deepening spirituality. Vibrant Emeritus: The Elder in the Twenty-First Century offers a path that embraces a view of life that counters the belief that one’s “second journey” is one of dissipation and disappointment.

Cryptogram-coverBecause the Past is Never Past

Publisher's Description

Two men and a woman. 800 years. It isn't over when it's over.

It is 2050 in a cold town in northern Europe. The war is over but the streets are still dangerous. Three lovers, Stephen, Suzanna and Rokas, live under the shadow of the gun-king Porphyrian, but are driven by their common history and unfinished business during an earlier age of darkness, the Cathar Inquisition of the 13th century.

And between the dystopian worlds of the 13th and 21st centuries? ... Other times and other places, stories and sideways glances. Because the past is never past. Lives loop. The direction of travel is circular. What do we bring with us when we arrive? What is progress? What is death?  

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