My doc: You don’t look 35.
Me: I don’t feel 35.
Her: You look 10 years younger at least.
Me: That’s pretty much how i feel.
Her: That’s good. Keep living like that. Feel young and enjoy life.
Me: That’s the plan. :)
That awkward moment when you’re sitting at a Jerusalem bus stop minding your own business and out of nowhere a religious girl chokes on her drink, spits it all over you, apologizes profusely, and then gives you a blessing. o_0
Research shows that more people die from stroke or heart attack between 9 am and 11 am on Monday morning than at any other time in the week, the direct result of work-related psychological and physical factors which lead to a significant effect of stress during this time.
Hint: If you’d rather die than go to work, you may be in the wrong line of business.
When we react to something, what actually happens is that our brain thinks to itself, “Hmmm, where have I encountered a similar experience before?” and then it re-acts, meaning: acts again. It’s a simple survival mechanism, but it doesn’t have to run on automatic. At any given moment we have the option to pause and say: “Thanks, but no thanks.. This time I’m responding differently.”
And the day came when she realized that no spiritual teacher, guru, channeler, angel, ET, or priest had a closer connection to Source (God) than she did. She saw that they were nothing but signposts along the way, and that the signposts had always been pointing back at her. She was finally beginning to trust herself, and it was good.
– Shira Tamir
I’ve reached a point in my life where honesty and openness have become a priority. It isn’t always easy, but it’s always fulfilling. To stay true to myself is the ultimate freedom.
If you insist on contradicting your desires with “buts” all the time, (i.e. “I want to follow my passion BUT I don’t think I can make money from it”), try switching it around and adding a “but” to your doubts, instead.
For example: “I don’t think I can make money from doing what I love…BUT…I know that others have done it so I’m willing to research the idea and seek examples of those who make money from similar passions.”
Next time a doubt comes to mind, try adding a “But…” to that thought and see what you come up with. Your brain won’t know what hit it and your heart will thank you.
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Did you know that your thoughts and feelings directly create your reality?
This is not a new concept, we do it all the time. The thoughts we think make us feel a certain way, and that feeling causes us to vibrate on a certain frequency – just like a radio dial tuning in to a certain station. Thoughts that make us feel bad have lower frequencies, and those that make us feel good have higher ones.
SO, what happens when you tune in to a certain frequency? Well, the same as when you tune in to a certain radio station – you get more of the same! That radio station (life) will continue to provide you with more and more things that match that low or high thought or feeling.
You can change the station, at any given moment, by reaching for a thought that makes you FEEL a little better than you do right now. The key word here is “feel” because your feelings and emotions will always be the indication of whether you are in a low or higher vibrational frequency.
Young Woman Decides To Mock Annoying Titles That Have Been Trending on Articles and Videos Around Facebook. What Happened Next Will Amaze You….
Earth has been around for like 4.6 BILLION YEARS.. does it really need an annual “Day” to be “protected?” If it wanted us off the planet, it would shake us off like a wet dog shakes off water… We should celebrate every single day that Mother Earth still chooses to keep us around…
Happy Earth Day, fellow humans.
After being caught in the rain, I was forced to wipe my glasses with the only dry item at my disposal – a dollar bill.
I don’t think I’ve ever felt richer than I did at that moment… :P
How many ignorant people does it take to change a light bulb?
None. They are afraid of change even if it makes the world a brighter place.
Imagine you lived in a constant state of orgasm. 24/7. Pretty cool, huh?
Now imagine you lived this way for eternity. Infinitely. Forever and ever.
Eventually, you will reach a point where you don’t even realize the experience (since it would simply become a part of you), but moreover, you would not be able to enjoy the experience because you no longer have anything to compare it to (i.e. NOT being in a state of orgasm).
So think of it this way: God/The Universe is in a constant state of infinite (metaphorical) orgasm. Only problem is, it has nothing to compare it to.
That’s where we come in.
It’s only when i watch American TV commercials, that I know for sure, 100%, that this is all a dream.
I’m bringing gray hair back.
I have resistance to people who feel the need to make a lot of noise and drama in order for others to accept who they are.. YOU accept who YOU are. The rest will follow. (And yes, i can easily turn that statement back on myself.)
Only in New York can I hear sirens, construction work, birds chirping and my professional opera-singing neighbor all at the same time…
Meditation: It’s not what you think.
This is a practice that i have found pretty interesting and i wanted to share. I call it the “Bedtime Comfort Challenge.”
Basically when you go to bed each night, you ask yourself: “What can I do to be even more comfortable than i am right now?”
If you listen to your body closely you will always find more and more things you can do to feel even more comfortable. It could mean changing positions, or spreading your legs a little more, or noticing your jaw is tense and relaxing it, or relaxing your forehead, or moving your arm a little more to the left, or shifting a boob… You get the picture. You ask yourself that question again and again and act accordingly until you are so comfortable that you are practically melting into the mattress.
If you repeat this process on a regular basis, you’ll benefit in 4 ways:
1) You practice bringing yourself into the NOW. In those moments, you are not lost in thought, reviewing the previous day or worrying about the next one, you are here and now, in this bed, in this moment.
2) You start training yourself to bring your awareness down into the body and to what it needs. For many of us, we are so ‘in our heads’ most of the time that often we forget there is a body attached.
3) You start getting used to paying attention to what makes you feel good, and to go in the direction of it. As that becomes more habitual, you’ll see it apply to other things in your life as well – finding the thoughts, words or actions that feel good to you and going in the direction of them.
4) Its just really freaking comfortable and relaxing, and our bodies, minds and souls deserve that.. :)