A person who is emotionally imbalanced carries that over into both the work environment and personal relationships. How many of us have had to contend with a controlling, Napoleanic or bullying boss?
We have 64,000 thoughts per day. Here is the interesting statistic, 95% of those thoughts are the same things we thought about yesterday and the day before that. These are the same thoughts you will be thinking about tomorrow and the next day and the day after that. As you can see not much new information is being thought about. We become strongly attached to “our” way of thinking as we repeat these same thoughts day after day.
With each thought we have a chemical is made by our brain. Every thought has a corresponding chemical for each thought.
Who are you? What are you? How do you know? What do the results you get from anythiing in your life have to do with your identity? These ideas are important.
Everything you have and everything you do come from your identity—what and who you think you are or aren't, and what and how you think it, content and process.
Your identity, your sense of yourself, is learned, so you can unlearn it, relearn it, to make a more powerful and effective you. . . .
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I’d like to ask you to take an inventory of the people in your life right now. Most relationships are based on some kind of common interest or the mutual exchange of needs.
What if the true cause of your distress, pain or illness was at the level of subconscious mind, and that the only way the subconscious could communicate with you was through the body, as reflected in your symptoms?There is perhaps not a single one of us who hasn’t suffered from chronic pain or illness at one time or another. And if you are like most, you focused on the physical nature of that pain or illness, the outward symptoms. Indeed, you naturally defined that pain or illness by those symptoms. Chances are the health professional you sought out did the same. And if you are one of the unlucky one’s, that chronic pain or illness came to define you and your life.
...the body becomes stronger or weaker depending on a person's mental state. Music can help.What we listen to is vital to the life we create. Many people feel overwhelmed with the critical voices in their heads, the complaining people around them, or some particular event that has let them down. While we may not have control over all the circumstances of our lives, we can choose what we pay attention to and what we surround ourselves with. What we choose to listen to can make a world of difference.