“Cell talk – read yourself like a book” – M. Wolken – Comp. Med. Assn.

Do you want to know how your body communicates?Mary Wolken, PhD

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between body, mind and heart cells?

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CMA  is launching a new cell communication training series. It is designed to create tools for you to understand how your body communicates.

The more effective you become at understanding these cell messages the healthier, happier and creative you will become.

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Mary Wolken is the Ex. Director of Complementary Medicine Association (CMA) and the trainer for this unique online  series “Cell Talk the many ways your body is calling you to be the best you can be”

This program is for you if you are motivated, but tired and frustrated of not doing the special work you came to do on this earth.   Program begins as soon as you have been accepted.

“Where did my anger come from?”

Conventional thinking is that it is good and healthy to express anger. While withholding anger is certainly not in anyone’s best interest, using anger to get others to change their behavior carries with it many negative consequences.

I asked myself, “Where is my anger coming from? ” Then i began to review when I got angry and observed :

My anger seemed to be deeply ingrained in my system and it
Was I born with this anger? – my intuition said no.
Was it a learned response and if so to what? Yes, I learned to use anger to get my way and to protect my sensitive nature from my inner feelings of fear, pain, helplessness
How did I feel about myself when I acted out in anger? When I asked that question I learned that I felt at that moment I was not good enough, lovable or adequate.

So actually, in truth my anger is an expression of my weakness and confusion, not my strength. Being afraid to show my vulnerable feelings is a reflection of my fear that I might be judged by others, and more importantly by myself as weak, unmanly, bad, wrong, stupid, or that I can’t handle my softer feelings and I will be rejected, or that I will be manipulated into doing things that I really don’t want to do.

I have come to understand that when my anger is manipulative it does not contain compassion and a desire to learn and therefore, is not coming from my heart and I am not in oneness.

This is the first in a series of articles and discussions with Dr. Jordan Paul, PhD.
Excerpts from Dr. Paul’s article ANGER or REAL STRENGTH

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The star of the air – rapper flight attendant

Southweat Airlines has got the best free advertising

A fun You Tube video of  David Holmes flight attendant ‘rapping” the preflight instructions to all the very alert and in tune people in the cabin.
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Thanks David for brightening everyones day and helping people stay safe and smiling in the air.

Just another way people are helping people.

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Excerpts courtesy of Wall Street Journal Blog

Video courtesy of You Tube

Become your best holiday spirit

Does your sense of separation often intensifies at the holidays.

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We have bought the notion that has been played out in movies and books for our entire lives. These warm cosy  scenes of a loving family joyously hugging each other by the fireside, enjoying dinner together or looking out a window together for Santa as the snow falls on the ground.

There is nothing wrong with these scenes for those that are blessed with those happy scenes as reality in their lives great. For those that have had other images of these holidays to live with then this exercise is for you.

Holiday Spirit Exercise

Gather the following  a piece of plain unlines paper and colored chalks, pencils, paints or crayons.

Draw an image of your home growing up at the holidays.

Put in words images, colors anything that makes the scene as vivid as possible.  Then write a little about how you as a child felt during this time.

Then turn the sheet over and draw a perfect holiday for you today.

Who would be there.

How would they interact?

What would they bring to share?

How would everyone feel being with each other in this perfect holiday scene?

What is the one thing you could do today to help make this scene possible?

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Become the holiday spirit you always wanted and share it with others.

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Laughing together improves communications

The holidays are a perfect time to practicing laughing to reduce your stress. Research shows that

Laughing even if it a practiced exercise can

  1. Lower your stress.
  2. Increase the feel good hormones called endorphins.
  3. Will be good exercise for your abdominal muscles.
  4. Increase the oxygen in your blood.
  5. Extend your life.
  6. Increase your health and well-being.laughing2

Here is the laughing  exercise

Repeat out loud alone or with others

“HOhO! HEhE! HAhA! repeat 5 to 10 times. Several times a day inside and outside of your house or when your stopped in traffic.

Warning if you have a heart condition or lung or  severe abdominal problems check with your health practitioner first. This exercise is good exercise.

Check out how you feel now.

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Clearing communication challenges

“As people see their predicament clearly – that our fates are inextricably tied together, that life is a mutually interdependent web of relations – then universal responsibility becomes the only sane choice for thinking people.”  – Dalai Lama

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I am so grateful that  you are peaceful, supportive,

abundant, loving, healthy and fulfilled!

Taking a risk to open up step by step

It is a challenge like no other to talk from your heart.

Step One: You must get clear inside yourself about what point you are trying to share with another person.

Ask yourself How do I feel  about this issue?

Am I mad, sad, hurt… Then ask yourself where does this feeling come from.

Is it the first time I’ve felt this way or through reflection can I remember other times  I’ve felt this way. Maybe those times are not with this peoson, but the feeling  feels the same.

Spend time making a through study on the source of this reaction or feeling inside you.

Part Two: Ask yoruself what am I trying to learn our of this reoccuring situation.

What is the other person trying to helpo me learn. Be honest and listen to yor heart now for guidance.

When you have gotten this “message” so to speak. You should feel a release of this emotion or feeling inside. Relief. Now with this new insight decide if you want to share  what you are learning with the person you had the challenging interaction with.

Part Three: If you want to share you new insights with the the person that helped you become aware of the basis of your emotion you can. Remember the purpose of sharing this insight is not to change the other person, but to share from your heart how the words or situation made you feel.

An example is  Are you in a space to listen to me? “When you said… I felt…   Then I thought and prayed about it and learned this about myself.  Thanks for listening to me. I love you.

No Shame -No Blame ever.

There is only one way through and with an open heart.

For information on communicating with an open heart. email: healthylivingcenter@gmail.com