Words with the same letters that complement one another in context.
You have to be SILENT in order to LISTEN.
Most things that are taught in this world to make us SCARED are actually the SACRED things we should embrace.
It is very important to practice being the CREATOR of your own life instead of being the REACTOR to another’s.
When we live from the HEART we become in tune with the EARTH.
Can you think of any more combinations where there are words with the same letters that complement one another in a contextual meaning? If so, share them. Let’s make it a challenge to see how long our list can grow! Put your choice in the comment box below and I will list it here along with your name!
If you’re depended upon by family, friends, your job, more often than not you find yourself greatly overwhelmed and in need of a break. This is because you are running on auto-pilot of give, give, give, never once realizing that in order to give you must have something to give.
In order to be an effective caregiver, you must be aware that your needs must always come first. It is crucial that self-care awareness be that center from where you operate on a daily basis.
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I wonder who came up with this saying? Giving is Better Than Receiving. I do understand that giving does release the flow of endorphins in the brain that makes the giver happy. Unfortunately, we’re not always giving from a full cup. We have become a society of sadistic obligation. Even receiving has been tainted with the phrase, “hand out” which causes the receiver to feel either ashamed or less than deserving.
There are always two sides to every matter. Life operates on the concept of “give and take”. To exhale, I must inhale. To teach, I must learn. To sow, I must also reap. If it is understood in these areas that one needs the other for balance. Why do we find it difficult to grasp the concept that in order for me to give, I must then receive?
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Self-Care Awareness Is The First Step Toward Self-Love
The word “LOVE” can be tricky. After all, its meaning can be super vague so I’ll just try to narrow it down here to mean “unconditional concern of well-being”. This concern could be of your well-being or the well-being of another, the target word here is “unconditional”.
How many of us can actually say that we show ourselves unconditional concern of our own well-being? Sure, we may show this concern for our family members, and some may even show this level of concern for a friend. But rarely do many of us show unconditional concern of our own well-being simply because we’ve been taught to always put the needs of others before our own.
In this fast-paced and busy world, it is extremely easy to forget about yourself and your needs for maintaining a healthy body, mind, and spirit. But it is vital that you show yourself that “unconditional concern for your own well-being” to maintain effectively the health and wellness of those who also depend on you. I found in this article some excellent tips that will get you moving in the right direction of practicing self-care awareness in your life today. 5 Simple Steps Towards Self-Care You Need To Practice Today!
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Self-Care Awareness Regimen.
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It’s not always easy giving others your kindness and patience when they’re not giving you theirs, but it’s not at all impossible to do, either. In this blog, I want to share a few tips on how to give your best when you find others giving you the worst version of themselves.
As society continues to “modernize” it will also continue to provide us with many distractions. The many distractions that we endure on a regular basis will cause, overtime, a lack of focus as well as anxieties which eventually leads to short tempers. But we do have a choice. We can either always stay plugged into the world’s chatterbox, or unplug every chance we get to use the quiet time for self reflection.
Since I’ve written before about “thoughts becoming things” and also how huge a role emotions play in this process, I’m not going to elaborate on this topic in great detail here. However, I do wish to stress the importance of at least understanding this basic concept. Thoughts, along with emotions, do create everything that is experienced. There is no-thing that is experienced by us without our magnetizing or attracting the thing/experience into our vortex, or electromagnetic field. So, whatever it is that you are experiencing right now whether you perceive it to be good or bad, understand that you’ve attracted the experience by your constant thoughts (beliefs) and emotions (fear/allowance) that you are projecting out into the world.
If someone is giving me their worst (their yelling and contentious behavior, as well as their lying and deceit), there is a vibration that I am resonating on that is lining up with the same slow, dense frequency the other person is also choosing to emit. It really is just that simple. No, I may not be thinking lies and deceit but I may frequently be worried, angry or sad about something. These thoughts and emotions, when practiced on a regular basis, will ultimately place me in the vicinity of experiences emitted from others with similar thoughts and emotions. When thoughts and emotions become chronically warped due to excessive fear-based thinking such as worry, guilt, and insecurity, the experiences to be had will have no choice but to mirror the incessantly warped belief system I am choosing to practice on a daily basis.
Coming to terms with the idea that I can choose what I experience by what I choose to think and feel, empowers me because I know that if I am not readily enjoying my experience I can change it as easily as changing my thoughts. Old, stubborn beliefs and practices are often hard to break, no doubt, but with focused intention, old patterns begin to fall away with new and healthy ones taking their place.
How To Give Your Best In Any Situation
To give your best when others give their worst will be a challenge at first. Hopefully by making a few adjustments to your perception, readily presenting the highest version of yourself in any situation, over time, will become a lot easier.
Two groups of people exist in this world, and they are:
Those who are aware of their potential to create their own lives, and
Those who believe that life is happening to them.
People who are aware of their potential to create are people who make life happen. These people are not necessarily those who society would label the “go getters” of this world but are the people who truly understand the workings of how the inner world operates. These people know who they are, they are always aware that they have choices, and these are the people who have learned one of the most valuable lessons of all – how to stop taking life so personal,
People who believe that life is happening to them often fail to see that choices are always available to them in every situation. Usually they’ll have a “victim mentality” and tend to blame others for their unwanted experiences. Rising above the “tit for tat” mode to reach for a higher way of being can be extremely difficult when a person is operating from this mode of thinking, but there’s always a possibility for change.
When a person is ready to make that leap from victim to victor, here are just a few practical tips that I use myself to rise to the occasion of giving my best when someone has chosen to give their absolute worst.
Tips On How To Give Your Best
In Any Situation
Tip #1: To Thy Own Self Be True
When I made a promise to always be true to myself years ago, I found myself falling short of that promise a lot. In the beginning I had vowed to stay the course of my dreams but often found myself off my path for want of trying to please someone else. As I began to notice my stagnating life, I knew I had to change. Eventually I realized why it was so easy for me to get off course. It was because I really didn’t know who I was and what I really wanted.
Knowing who I am is crucial to knowing what I want in life. I know now that I am an inquisitive person and I like learning new things. So, I try to be very aware of the situations I put myself in. Whether it’s in a relationship or a job, if I can’t ask questions and I’m not permitted to grow in it then I know that it’s not for me and I’ll have to move on.
I also know that I am a peaceful person and I’d rather solve things in a peaceful fashion. If I’m then in a situation where I know that the other party is not wanting what I want, do I continue ignoring who I am and what I want? To give your best in every situation that you may find yourself in, ask yourself these two important questions. Who am I really? And, what do I really want?
Tip #2: Know That You Always Have A Choice
One of my pet-peeves in life is when people claim they don’t have a choice. There is one thing about life and that is Life will never ask to be lived without presenting a plethora of experiences to choose from. We may not be aware of the choices available to us but the choices, however, are always available in any given situation.
“What of the child born with a disability? What choice does she have?” Even in this situation the choice is clear. The child can either choose to live with the disability with dignity and grace, or choose to fight it every single day for the rest of his or her life. If we dare begin to look at things differently, the soul may have chosen the disabled body to understand life on a deeper level. One of my favorite authors once said something that has continued to stay with me even until now:
“If you don’t like it, change it. If you can’t change it then change your attitude about it.” – Maya Angelou
If I’m in a hostile situation where my ego is being threatened, I need to know that I do have a choice of whether to continue trying to protect my ego or understand that my ego does not need protected. I have a choice to either walk away from the hostile situation, or continue feeding the flame until the situation evolves to a point where I now need to protect my physical body. To give your best which would you decide?
Tip#3: Don’t Take Life So Personal
This tip is a lot more difficult to implement than the others. If you haven’t yet learned how to detach from your experiences, you will find yourself still subject to being tossed to and fro emotionally. When we fully understand that our soul’s (sole) purpose is to expand from the contrast that arises, we will see that every experience, individually and collectively experienced, is created by us and for us.
Again, our beliefs and emotions create everything that is experienced in our reality. The contrast that is a result of our creations is to be the gauge we are to use to tweak our reality(s) to our liking. If you want to be happy, never wait for anyone to come on the scene to make you happy. You have to start being happy. When your focus becomes being happy no matter where you go then you’ll easily begin to share that happiness everywhere you go.
When you are truly happy, the rude person who flips you off because he doesn’t like the way you drive won’t set you off. When you are in your happy place more than not you no longer see the behavior of others, when directed toward you, as something to be taken personal. You see it for what it truly is. They’re just simply not happy.
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What Are You Seeking After? If you weren’t seeking for something more, you wouldn’t have landed on this page.
It doesn’t matter what you think you’re seeking after, what you’re really wanting is the opportunity to express who you ultimately are.
This, of course, is my theory. And you can’t replace the experience of expressing who you ultimately are with material objects. Pay close attention to what I’ve actually said. It is the experience of expressing that cannot be replaced.
When we make the object we wish to obtain our identity and our goal, we fail to understand why we are here. Please do not misunderstand what I am attempting to convey here. The desiring of things is a must. We must want in order to place into action the Momentum of the Experience of Expression. But when we get hung up on the object (thing desired), we are stunting our soul’s growth in connection with the experience of (1) Source’s (or God’s) expression through us and (2) our expression of Source through us.
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Earth is a place designed for our practice to express God. I will use Source and God interchangeably here in this blog to define the power of the “All That Is”. It is here on Earth that we are to allow the energy or power of God to express Itself through us in order for it to know Itself. And in order for this Source power to know Itself, it must operate within the (illusory) constraints of contrast. For it is this contrast that helps put into action the Momentum of the Experience of Expression or MEE.
The state of our world is the contrast. This contrast has put in place a massive desire for change. This desire or want has put into place the MEE. Now, we can jump on board with this momentum and allow full expression of Source to recreate this world anew. Or, we can ignore the momentum and live our lives without the soul’s growth as the focus. And of course, everyone has the free will to choose whatever they feel. But thank the “All That Is” that it doesn’t take a large number of soul’s jumping on board to begin a shift into a much-needed direction.
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Greg Spencer is a young social entrepreneur and Co-Founder of The Paradigm Project who was also seeking for something more in working to create a sustainable culture in developing communities worldwide.
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Kid President is a very innovative and very young player in changing our world. He is definitely seeking for something more. This video below was just another one of his ingenious ways of combating one of the many crises’ in America. Last year, he joined with ConAgra in providing over 100,000 meals to hungry children in the US. For every view or share, ConAgra donated money is equivalent to one meal to Feeding America.
These are just several world game changers and there are plenty more coming on the scene daily. Change can be implemented in many different ways. My hope here with this content is to hopefully inspire others to begin seeking for something more and to get the creative juices flowing.
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Every day we are bombarded with bad news and if we allow it, all of that bad news can put wear and tear on our emotional and mental bodies. And all too often we forget that we do have more power and control over our own lives and the condition of the world than what we truly realize.
For the dreamers who know their power and choose to use their amazing strengths to channel into reality a more loving, tolerant and peaceful world, let us all stay encouraged to continue being the much needed conduit for its creation.
Raising and maintaining your own individual vibration isn’t easy, so here are 5 useful tips to help make the task a little less daunting:
Stay focused on your initial goal. Most of us who have been in the scene of vibration work knows how difficult it can sometimes be to stay focused on the bigger picture. Just like anyone, you can quickly get pulled into the drama without even realizing it. And before you know it, you’ve gone through the day not quite being present because you’ve fumed through most of it about what happened earlier. Yes, it definitely happens. Even to the best of us. And so what. You just keep on going by:
Laughing. Yes, laugh at yourself. And please, for the love of all that’s right see all of your flaws and laugh at those too! Because if you’re not laughing then you’re not growing. You can see life for what it really is, and that’s to grow and expand from the contrast. Or, you can remain in the murky confusion of it all and choose to live only a life of reaction.
2. Get naturally high with nature. Whew! I love nature! It can show you so much about yourself and how the inner workings of the world should operate. Nature is so still and so quiet yet it get things done! If you want to get things done in your life, make it a point to be out in nature often. You will be so amazed at the new ideas and solutions that will just freely flow to you.
3. There’s nothing like a good mantra during a good meditation. Mantras have been around for more years than we can count and have been around for very good reasons, and that is to shift our minds from dwelling on the crappy stuff and onto the good stuff. While meditating, you can choose to sit in silence or you can chant loudly or softly old school mantras like, “Om Namah Shivaya” (I send my adorations to Shiva) or “Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti” (I call on peace). Or, you can chant your own mantras like, “Everything is always working out for me and the world” or “I am healthy everyday and in every way”. Mantras are affirmations and have always been used to help shift our thinking, to shifting our behavior, and to ultimately shifting our world.
4. Reduce your carbon footprint as much as you can. It’s hard to change bad habits but in order to create a better world we have to. In order to successfully change old habits we must replace them with new ones. This will prevent slipping back into old habits again and so quickly. Once you’ve dug the hole and removed the dead plant from it, plant a new one in its place. Soon you’ll have the new thought pattern taking root then the new behavior will start to bud, and the new lifestyle begins to spread like wild flowers.
5. Let your words be as sweet as honey. Remember when our parents use to tell us “if you can’t say nothing nice then don’t say nothing at all”? How true, how true, how true! If we could keep that reminder on file and ready for use at all times we would have such wonderful encounters. Most importantly we would get so much done because we would be out of everybody else’s business and more into our own. Proverbs 18:21 mentions “the tongue has the power of life and death…” What we say is always a choice.
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