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Добавлено (16.11.2014, 22:30)
п»їRecently I came across two very different empaths.
EMPATH #1, "Fran" had me read her aura, and it was a delight. Besides being well trained as a healer, she clearly had strong skills as an empath.
Her empath circuits were strong and wonderfully unencumbered by other people's stuff. Moreover, Fran's aura showed clearly that she had learned how to keep her empath gifts OFF most of the time, turning them on only when desired and doing this in ways that kept her safe.
EMPATH #2, Freya, gives empaths advice at her blog. I applaud her intent to help people get in control of their abilities. "It's not always an easy process, but it is an achievable one, provided you make the effort."
Then Freya goes on to advise empaths to project their emotions outward in order to change other people:
"Feel free to use [your emotions] to help others heal on an emotional level. If they're angry, send them love. If they're panicked, send them love. If they're scared, send them love. I know that sounds corny, but that's what you're doing when you project calming energy for the sake of helping someone.
"People who are angry or panicked are imbalanced (for that moment, at least) and your projection of the opposite emotion can really help to stabilize them. You needn't do anything special, simple feel the emotion in your heart chakra and will it out of your body and over to them -- you do this without thinking all day long, so don't worry; you can do it whenever you set your mind to it."
"EMPATH" DOES NOT MEAN "EMOTIONAL"
I do not (NOT!!!) advocate following this advice. But I do find it well worth discussing here because it brings up some important ideas for empaths who wish to become skilled empaths, not merely talented empaths.
Must you be an empath in order to be able to send your emotions out strongly toward other people? Of course not.
Everyone can project emotions... or try to coerce other people "for their own good." By comparsion, only 1 in 20 people was born as an empath.
Freya is not the only writer in the field of empath empowerment who confuses being emotionally intense with being an empath. Karla McLaren has published a CD that has influenced a lot of empaths: "Becoming an Empath."
There she defines being an empath in purely emotional terms. In fact, one of her recommendations is that every empath should find support from others because, being an empath, you'll need it.
Right! You'll need support if you follow this method because you won't, alas, develop skill as an empath.
Karla is an appealing writer who can offer help of the misery-loves-company variety.
Years after "Becoming an Empath," she has publicly renounced her work, but the publisher still sells her CD. Like Elvis still being in the building, right?
As an alert empath, straight from the title "Becoming an Empath," you may recognize a problem. A person can't "become" an empath. Yes, you can learn Emotional Intelligence or manners or tweak your social boundaries. But either you are born as an empath or else you're not.
If you are born as an empath, it shows in your aura right from babyhood (actually, right from the time you are in the womb). Any skilled aura reader can find it, along with other gifts of your soul.
But you qualify as an empath if you have ANY gift to directly experience what it is like to be someone else. Your gift could be physical, intellectual, spiritual, environmental, plant, animal, crystal, mechanical, even molecular, not necessarily emotional at all.
WHAT BEING AN EMPATH DOES NOT MEAN
Emotional problems. Anyone can have them. Sometimes they're short-term problems and sometimes long-term. But having emotional problems does not mean a person is an empath.
Many of the conversations you'll find online, googling on "empath," concern either emotional problems or teenage angst.
Sometimes born empaths write about how they suffer or, as Freya correctly reports, they feel it is is "a curse" to be an empath.
How can you tell if you are an empath or, to be blunt, you're really dealing with emotional problems instead? I'd recommend that you get a copy of "Empowered by Empathy" and find out if you can relate to the gifts and experiences described there, right from the first page where I write about being "Malled."
If the techniques that follow in that book help you, there's a clue that many of your long-term problems have not been a curse at all! An empath doesn't have a disability but a talent. Very likely your past suffering has been due to your being merely a talented empath, but not yet a skilled empath.
If the techniques help you a bit, but you're still suffering, you might benefit from emotional and spiritual healing. This will supplement your growing skills as an empath. Some options that I offer for healing are in the BIO section here, but they're hardly the only resources around. Your job is to decide what speaks to your needs and follow up accordingly.
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Back at Freya's projection technique, I'm concerned that she's furthering the popular misunderstanding that confuses being an empath with having emotional problems. (Wouldn't anyone who is troubled prefer to tell herself or himself, "This is happening because I am talented as an empath"?)
But what really distressed me -- enough for me to write this article -- is the advice that Freya advocates about pushing your emotions on others for their own good.
There is a technical name for what she advocates. It is not "empath." It is "psychic coercion" or even "psychic attack."
"But all I'm doing is sending out love to calm people and fix their problems."
Alas, projecting ANY emotion, wish, thought of yours into another person breaks a spiritual law.
Love can be contagious. Real love, however, cannot be forced or inflicted upon others.
You may know that, besides training empaths, I facilitate sessions of emotional and spiritual healing. Just last week I did a session for an extremely well-trained and talented energy worker. Her training had not included knowledge of psychic coercion and we removed, literally, truckloads of it from her aura.
Never, ever presume to inflict your values or choices to over-ride another person's free will. And certainly, don't use the word "empath" to justify psychic coercion.
READY FOR A LAUGH?
One very talented empath, Brenda, has had a number of sessions with me. Partly, she has gone for coaching to become a skilled empath and partly Brenda has asked me to help her cut a number of (rather vile) cords of attachment.
One of these was to a stalker, "Buddy." Currently in jail, Buddy had taken a shine to Brenda and thought of her has the love of his life.
Buddy was so crazy, he even requested a conjugal visit. Imagine Brenda picking up the phone and being asked if she was ready to schedule a love-in with a man she had never even dated. Well, this really happened.
Brenda declined. Brenda objected. The prison official who called to arrange this love tryst was, evidently, a person of great -- if misplaced -- compassion. Disappointed that Brenda refused to come, she said:
"Buddy wanted me to tell you, he just wants to hold you and love you like a puppy."
Love -- sometimes it is the answer. Sometimes, frankly, it's not.
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Добавлено (17.11.2014, 01:02)
п»їBy America’s #1 Love and Marriage Experts.
Did you ever wonder why some people find the perfect person to marry, do so, and enjoy a love affair that lasts a lifetime? On the other hand, some marry a person that is wrong for them now, wrong for them tomorrow, and wrong for them for a lifetime? What’s the difference? Why do some succeed at love and marriage where others fail?
One of our mentors, Don Clifton, the former CEO of the world renowned Gallup Organization (rest his soul), often reminded us of the power of “pervasive personality characteristics.” Don defined “pervasive” as “a recurring pattern of thought and behavior.” In other words, these are the personality characteristics that a human being develops within the first two decades of life that, for the most part, defines who they are for a lifetime. Don believed that you are what you are by the time you become an adult. Changing who and what you are becomes nearly impossible after that.
So what is the lesson in all this? Simple really. The people you meet in life are, by the time they reach adulthood, pretty much what they are. They won’t change much, if at all. The hard truth is, they can’t change who they really are, even if they wanted to. Oh, sure, people as adults can make you believe from time to time that they are something different than what they really are, but in the end, they are, well, they are what they are. Make no mistake about that.
When it comes to love and marriage, there is a truism that trumps all truisms. It goes like this – pay close and careful attention to the words, deeds, and actions of the person you think you are falling in love with. And in the end, pay most of your attention to their actions, first and foremost! The truth is a person’s actions speak so much louder than their words. Never lose sight of this truism for to do so is put your heart, your health, and your happiness at peril.
One of the questions we are most often ask as we travel the world discussing our work and conducting our marriage interviews is this: “What are the secrets of a successful marriage?” Our immediate answer is always the same – marry the right person!
On the surface this may seem like a flippant answer to such a serious question, but it isn’t really. If people who think they are falling in love with someone would pay more attention to their actions and not the words, they wouldn’t miss the telltale signs.
Here’s how it works. You think you love a guy. He tells you all of the right things. But over time you begin to notice that his actions belie his words. He tells you he respects you but dismisses your opinions. He waxes on about how he puts you on a pedestal but never opens the door for you when he gets to it first. He tells you how he wants the relationship between the two of you a shared relationship, and then he makes all the decisions. You get the idea. We could go on.
The point is this – if you fail to notice and question the actions of the one you purport to love in the early stages of your relationship then you are deluding yourself into thinking he/she will change later on. They rarely do. And so often, those that ignore the signs and the warnings end up getting married, only to discover later on that the person they married is not who they thought he/she was.
So, back to the earlier question – the best secret to a successful marriage is marrying the right person in the first place! Taking the time to carefully observe the actions of another person over a period of time tells you a lot more about them than their words ever could. All too often we hear one or both people in a marriage lament to us that if they had only paid attention to the telltale signs, they would not have married the person they married. Many of these relationships end in divorce.
We don’t mean to suggest that it is always easy to tell if the one you think you love is the one you can have a successful marriage with. We do, however, believe strongly that paying close and careful attention to the one you are thinking about marrying in the early stages of your relationship can save a lot of failed marriages from happening in the first place. This is the ultimate key to a successful marriage.
If you consciously and rationally believe that the words, deeds, and actions of the one you are thinking of marrying all jive, are consistent, and match your expectations, then you have probably found the right person to marry.
In the end, a marriage built on this foundation has a reasonable chance of success. And while we often say that a successful marriage is an accumulation of the simple things, and that a good marriage is simple to understand, we always remind people that you have to do the simple things each and every day of your lives together to make it work.
Making a marriage a success requires hard work. If you base your marriage on a lie – you ignored the actions you were observing in the person you were falling in love with – then all of the simple things required to make a marriage work will more than likely not be enough to carry the day.
Pervasive characteristics in people are very real. They define who they are and they almost never change. As we always say, keep your eyes wide open when you are falling in love. You won’t regret it later.
One final reminder – never enter a marriage thinking you can ignore the behaviors now and change them later. Too many have fallen prey to this notion. It rarely ever works.
In love and marriage the simple things matter. Love well!
By Dr. Charles D. Schmitz and Dr. Elizabeth A. Schmitz
For hundreds of tips to enhance your relationship and essential marriage advice get the Doctor’s best-selling and multiple-award winning book Building a Love that Lasts (Jossey-Bass/Wiley) Available wherever books are sold.
Winner of the INDIE Book Awards GOLD Medal for Best Relationship Book
Winner of the Mom’s Choice Awards GOLD Medal for Most Outstanding Relationships and Marriage Book
Nautilus Book Awards Winner for Relationships
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Добавлено (19.11.2014, 13:19)
п»їDid you realize that bodybuilders need to ingest more than 1g of protein per pound of bodyweight? Or that they should eat just about every 2-3 hours? Did you know they go to the fitness center quite a bit but you may be shocked at how lengthy they stay in the health club and what they do there? I believed I’d write a swift short article shed some light on a handful of items that bodybuilders do.
Life of a Bodybuilder…
A lot of people consider bodybuilders or bodybuilding is often a brutish sport filled with sizeable, dumb and insensitive oafs who are trying to compensate for anything and carry a really serious inferiority complicated around with them.
Have you observed the recent slam to bodybuilders by the fitness facility Planet Fitness lately? In it they portray anybody with huge muscles as dim-witted goofs. Properly, possibly some are like this but you could say the same of lots of individuals of all walks of life.
A bodybuilder has an incessant should perform his body, sculpt his physique when you will, by way of the use of resistance coaching into a work of art. A tough, chiseled physique, excellent in shape and symmetry and built on a healthy diet plan. The reality is, a bodybuilder eating plan is really really astounding.
It includes a low fat, high protein, complicated carbohydrates and tons of vegetables. All food cooked to perfection with no added salt or fats. It may not be essentially the most thrilling diet program to live on nevertheless it serves them well in the body division.
Frequent myths of bodybuilding:
#1 – The bodybuilder goes for the health club all day and practically each day of the week. This only is not true. Most serious pro bodybuilders and hobbyists will go to the health club anywhere from 3-5 days per week and usually for about an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes at a time if they may be training alone. They learned a lengthy time ago that in the event you train past this point, the body releases cortisol and just uses your new hard-earned muscle for fuel instead of carbs or fat like it will need to. Train for an hour, go house… grow.
#2 – All huge bodybuilders are on the juice. Not correct. With new advances in supplements plus a better all round understanding in the body’s functions with regard to muscle development and fitness, organic athletes have reached new ground in muscular improvement.
3# – Bodybuilders go to the health club and workout their entire physique through their workout. It goes like this ordinarily; go to the fitness center, workout your chest and perhaps a single arm aspect (either the bicep or triceps), hit it from every angle potential. Do about 30 workout sets total. Go property. Come back the next day or day after that, do legs, go dwelling, etc. This grows the hell out of the muscles.
4# – All that muscle will turn to fat if they quit operating out. Again, not accurate. First off muscle can not turn to fat. Fat is fat and muscle is muscle. Also, most bodybuilders keep the majority for their muscle forever. The moment it grows, it stays. Sure they can get smaller. Muscle can shrink but you’d be shocked how much remains forever. Ordinarily, only more than eating with inactivity will make you fat.
Right here are some other details which are fascinating. Your muscle grows when you sleep. Operating out in the gym with heavy lifting will break down the muscle. The bodybuilder goes residence and eats properly and then whilst getting res (in particular sleep), the muscles will develop to compensate for the lifting.
One more truth that is interesting is that a common organic bodybuilder will only place on 8 lbs. of muscle onto his frame annually. Yes, you will discover some stories of lifters gaining 20-30 lbs. a year but 1st off which is not all muscle and second, some are enhanced bodybuilders and having a little bit guide using a needle.
A organic bodybuilder can acquire as much as 25 or perhaps 30 pounds of muscle inside a lifetime of lifting. And think it or not, this looks like a ton of muscle. Huge, strong, really hard, dense muscle packed on a frame. Think of a 175 lb. thin guy and now think him at 205 lb. and even extra if genetics and suitable education come into play.
Life of a Bodybuilder – It is a disciplined life
Nicely I could go on with this some a lot more but I just thought a number of the standard details could be intriguing to a person who has not lifted however. Here can be a tip. Don’t worry about going to the fitness center obtaining too massive. You are not going to just get as large as Arnold Schwarzenegger from working out really hard at the health club.
Life Of a Bodybuilder, then a great deal of men and women would do it and we’d have like 200 million, wealthy (from bodybuilding) Mr. Olympia’s running around the planet. It just doesn’t perform that way. If you want to begin lifting, get a trainer or read up on it and just go for it. You might get really hard in all of the correct places and also you is not going to appear like the giants on well-known muscle magazines. Trust me.
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