10 Ways to Bring Meaning to Your Life

Written by Elisha Goldstein


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Take a Bath or Shower. Preferably a bath if you have one, but even with a shower, you can take your moment inrepparttar shower or bath to feelrepparttar 139975 warmth ofrepparttar 139976 water or feel how your body is immersed inrepparttar 139977 water. How does your skin feel? Do you notice any smells? Is your hair wet. Just be inrepparttar 139978 moment and notice all your senses....breathe. Make Love Slightly Slower for a few moments. As you are making love to your significant other, take a moment to purposely move slightly slower. As you do this begin to mentally feel over all parts of your body. How your skin feels when touching his/hers, how are you breathing? Are you sweating? Is there a scent inrepparttar 139979 air. Take a moment and really be there making love. Smell a flower for an extra breath. This one I love. Often times I will be passing by a flower and if I remember to smell it, I take an extra inhalation to really getrepparttar 139980 full experience ofrepparttar 139981 scent. You will be surprised how much that extra inhalation makes a difference inrepparttar 139982 experience. Be Silly. I'm serious;). Being silly allows your creative juices to flow and your creative juices is what life is all about. Letting yourself be silly can also be very relaxing and create joyful situations that are full of meaning. Write a letter to someone close to you... telling them how much you appreciate them. This is not a new idea by any stretch yet it is always worth mentioning since it is so meaningful. A letter that that person will always cherish. Remind yourself that you are a miracle. This may berepparttar 139983 most important. How they heck did any of us get here? When we break it down to nanotechnology and quantum physics, scientists are stumped to figure outrepparttar 139984 great mystery of us physically being here and interacting and creating symbols and concepts and communicating. It's boggling. That's why our moments on this earth are so precious and it is a wonderful gift to attempt to cultivate those moments in life that you consider to be sacred.

You getrepparttar 139985 idea...try it out.

Elisha Goldstein is a 4th year doctoral student at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in Palo Alto. He is currently exploring how the cultivation of sacred moments in daily life affects well-being and stress. For more information go to http://sacredmomentstudy.blogspot.com You can also check out http://mindfulmoments.blogspot.com


Achieving an Ambidextrous Mindset

Written by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot


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Finding and attainingrepparttar right (no pun intended) balance to achieve an ambidextrous mindset may be accomplished by funnelling problems, conditions, ideas, and concepts through our right-brains to our left-brains. Sounds easy enough, but many of us haven't discovered how to tap into our most resourceful mechanism -repparttar 139528 whole human brain.

When we combine both thought patterns of each hemisphere, we are accomplishingrepparttar 139529 ultimate in human behaviour. Not only do we enable ourselves to exhibit and maintain peak human analytical performance, we are also allowing ourselves to receive our atmospheric conditions or situations with an open mind; which concurrently brings about resolve or ideas regarding those conditions or situations.

Reflective thinking, NLP, Human Consciousness Studies, empowerment training and meditation are all superb tools to achieving an ambidextrous mindset; also known as whole brain thinking.

Whether you're juggling a career and home, children and spouse, or merely trying to multi-task at your engineer's or computer desk, achieving an ambidextrous mindset is what enables us to effectively dorepparttar 139530 things we do. Imaginerepparttar 139531 profound potential and human resolve we could discover if we only tookrepparttar 139532 extra steps to tap into our greatest resource: Ourselves.

To find an educational or personal training program that can help you achieve your life and work goals, feel free to visit our Healing Arts Schools and Holistic Practitioner directories at Holistic Junction.

5/2005 - Achieving an Ambidextrous Mindset by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot

References:

1. Ambidexterity, from Wikipedia,repparttar 139533 Free Encylopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambidexterity 2. Funderstanding: Right Brain vs. Left Brain: www.funderstanding.com/right_left_brain.cfm 3. Left Brain Right Brain by Dan Eden: Bicameral Images revel our two selves. www.viewzone.com/bicam.html 4. Leonardo da Vinci, from Wikipedia,repparttar 139534 Free Encyclopedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonardo_da_Vinci#Inventions_and_engineering



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