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Monday, July 17, 2017

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Saturday, January 14, 2017

How to Stay Positive Around Negative People

                             

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Top 5 tips on How to Stay Positive

    1. Express Gratitude: Gratitude is such a powerful thing.  There are so many books written about it too.  It is so important if you want to have a positive and joy filled life.  Whenever someone does a good deed for you, offer your sincere gratitude.  Say thank you.  Speak positively about them to others too as this will help to reinforce your positivity.

    1. Offer up Positive Words: Whenever you hear ill words being spoken about someone, you should try to say something positive about them. When people start complaining, it is so easy to join in and begin seeing the negatives also.  By stopping yourself and saying something positive, you can help to bring to change that person’s perspective and bring about a change in their mindset.

    1. Refuse to Participate in Negativity: This tips follows on from the previous one. Whenever people are speaking negatively, rather than standing there and listening, why not attempt to change the subject.  By doing this you are stopping the negative talk and defusing the situation.  If they don’t want to change the subject, tell them that you don’t want to be a part of their negativity and gossiping and walk away.  By removing yourself from the situation you are stopping negativity from seeping into your energy field.

    1. Be Constructive: If you have something that you wish to say about another person’s behaviour, you should try to say it to them using constructive feedback. People will always appreciate your honesty.  What people don’t appreciate is being talked about behind their back.

    1. Ask Powerful Questions: This tip might be more difficult to put into practice but it is very powerful.  If you do find yourself in a situation where people are gossiping and speaking negatively, you could ask them if what they are doing is going to get them their desired outcome.  By questioning what they are doing you might be able to make them see that gossiping doesn’t serve a useful purpose and can be hurtful and damaging.

When you apply these tips, people will see that you have no interest in their gossip and they will either stop doing it around you, or better still stop doing it altogether. You will be seen as someone who is honest. Your relationships will start to improve because people will trust and respect you.  By eliminating negativity you are helping not only yourself, but those around you too.
Source and credits for
 http://amandajevans.com/how-to-stay-positive-around-negative-people/

Friday, December 2, 2016

Pragmatic Tools for Relationship Challenges



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Pragmatic Tools for Relationship Challenges


 
If you’ve ever been in a relationship for more than a few days, you probably know that your partner doesn’t always do exactly what you’d like them to. Sometimes they’re wonderful, fun, sexy and amazing and sometimes everything they do is annoying.
What if it were possible to have a sense of joy and ease in your relationship no matter what’s going on? Regardless of what your partner is choosing? What if YOU could choose happiness and the creation of your life at all times and what if your relationship could contribute to that?
Are you willing to have it? Are you willing to have the joy and exuberance of life? Are you willing to have a relationship that’s kind, caring and nurturing to you and your body? No matter what?
Even if it means letting go of everything you’ve decided relationship is?
Even if means letting go of the judgments that you have of you, of your body, of your partner?
Even if it means creating a relationship that is so different from the points of view of this reality that no one else gets it and lots of people judge it?
If you said yes, then here we go!
Here are 3 challenging situations that often cause conflict in relationships and the pragmatic tools to change it.
When My Partner Doesn’t Listen to Me
Have you ever been talking to your partner, maybe about something important, and you can tell they’re not listening? Often, when this occurs, upset follows. “You must not care about me! How could you ignore me?” On and on it can go.
A recent study on listening showed that men literally listen about 7% of the time. That’s it. 7%. So what if that wasn’t wrong? And what if it didn’t mean anything? Would you be willing to let go of the conclusion that your partner should always be attentive to you? Could you choose another point of view?
What if you could actually laugh about it? When I am talking to my partner and he realizes he’s not listening, he says, “7%” and we laugh. And you know what, I find myself doing 7% sometimes too.
A tool from Access Consciousness® that you can use when you have any expectation of you or your partner is: Interesting point of view. Here’s how it works. You notice that you have decided that something should be a particular way. He SHOULD listen. I SHOULD be more patient. Whatever the point of view may be, when you notice it say, “Interesting point of view. I have that point of view.” Say it 3 – 10 times until you feel lighter.
When My Partner is in a Bad Mood
Often, our first response when our partner is choosing crank is to try to fix it. We want to know what’s wrong. We try to make it better. The thing is, when we are trying to fix our partner, we are not allowing them to choose whatever they want to choose.
So the next time your partner is in a bad mood, ask, “Is there anything I can do for you?” If the answer is no, leave them alone. Give them their space. This doesn’t mean that you separate from them. Remain available, let them be and then, YOU continue to choose for YOU.
You can continue to choose happiness. You can continue to create and enjoy your life. You can go for a walk. You can go for a swim. You can do whatever would be fun for you. You don’t have to choose crank just because that’s what they are choosing. And, you don’t have to try to bring them back to happy either. Have allowance for their choice.
When Something in the Relationship Isn’t Working
When some part of your relationship isn’t working, what’s the best way to address it? Many times, talking about it leads to our partner feeling like they are wrong or supposed to fix it.
To turn this around, ask questions! You don’t have to ask these questions with your partner. Just ask for yourself.
Here’s 4 questions from Access Consciousness® that you can use to change anything: “What is this? What can I do with it? Can I change? How can I change it?”
When you ask these questions, don’t look for an answer. Ask the question and perceive the energy. Asking questions takes you out of your conclusions about what’s not working and opens up possibilities.
When we are willing to let go of our points of view about relationship, when we choose to ask questions rather than come to conclusions, when we allow our partner to choose what works for them and continue to choose what works for us – MAGIC HAPPENS!
Blog Post by Simone Milasas, WorldWide Coordinator of Access Consciousness and Founder & Creator of Joy of Business
all Credits for   http://access-consciousness-blog.com 

Consciousness is The Ability to Be


Friday, February 27, 2015

Love Is

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Love Is... is the name of a comic strip created by New Zealand cartoonist Kim Casali(née Grove) in the late 1960s The strip is syndicated worldwide by Tribune Media Services. The cartoons originated from a series of love notes that Grove drew for her future husband, Roberto Casali. The strip was first published in 1970, under the pen name "Kim", and was syndicated soon after. One of her most famous drawings, "Love Is...being able to say you are sorry", published on February 9, 1972, was marketed internationally for many years in print, on cards and on souvenirs. The beginning of the strip coincided closely with the 1970 film Love Story. The film's signature line is "Love means never having to say you're sorry." At the height of their popularity in the 1970s the cartoons were earning Casali £4-5 million annually

Be A Champ

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What Else Is Possible ?

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“The question is the key to opening other doorways of possibility. 
You’ll never see those doors 
and you’ll never even know they are there –
 let alone be able to open them – if you don’t ask a question.”

What else is possible here?
So, what else is possible? What if you could change anything? 


  1. What is this?
  2. What do I do with this?
  3. Can I change it?
  4. How do I change it?
This is a simple way of following the energy rather 
than getting lost in your own private labyrinth of conclusions. 
What if you are way more aware than you've ever been willing to see before?  
What if using these questions could create more possibilities than you can imagine?

from Access Consciousness Dr Dain Heer

http://drdainheer.com/autoresponders/what-else-is-possible/

What Would You Choose

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Honesty


Soy Un Imán Para El Dinero


Brilla Con Tu Luz


Friendship And Love


Hope


Face Everything And Rise


Laughter is Magic


Peace


Hope, Fresh Courage