Written by Kay L. Schlagel

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How then, do we begin to accept and love ourselves? First, we take stock. Not of what is wrong with us. What we didn’t do, or we should have done, but what we did do. We use compassion and look at all our positive traits and accomplishments. The key word here is compassion. To honestly value ourselves as human beings; not be drawn intorepparttar negative thoughts and tapes that run through our minds fromrepparttar 135250 past. It’s amazing how many positive things you come up with if you can be honest and compassionate with yourself. It isn’t putting a good face on things. If it’s just for one time in your life to not judge yourself harshly but be honest and good to yourself. If you have to start with just one good thing then start with that and add to it day by day. You will find thatrepparttar 135251 list is actually a long one because…face it you’re a good person. Yes, you have made some mistakes you have some shortcomings… relax, your human; you can work on them. One by one not just become so overwhelmed that you just give up. It’s ok to be human, and make mistakes. Mistakes are just life’s way of helping us to learn. Not, a weapon to beat ourselves up with. Next time you look in torepparttar 135252 mirror; try it. Think of something good about yourself, then think of something you’ve accomplished; keep doing that until you realize what a valuable and lovable person you are. What if you can only think of one thing a day? Take it one day at a time but keep doing it. What do you have to lose? You have so much to gain. Kay L. Schlagel

I am a 45 y.o. female residing in Nebraska. I have two grown sons. I started my career as a RN but had to retire after ten years due to complications from childhood injuries. I am now working as an artist/author. I maintain a blogspot to talk about the book I have published called CINDY WHEN HELL FROZE OVER at www.mdmkay.blogspot.com, and an art portfolio at www.artwanted.com/mdmkay which showcases my oil, acrylic, and digital artwork.

Head Position And Deep Breathing For Maximum Positivity!

Written by Tim Webb

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This should highlight to yourepparttar value of holding, and having, a good posture in terms of feeling more positive even in a difficult or so called negative predicament.

Finally, try this also. This time have a positive thought in your mind and have your chin down. Next, raise your chin up, be proud and see how vividrepparttar 135184 positive image becomes.

Now, finally add some deep breathing intorepparttar 135185 mix. Focus onrepparttar 135186 positive mental image while breathing energy and passion into your body and mind.

Take note ofrepparttar 135187 positive energy you are drawing into your body and consciously try and combine it withrepparttar 135188 image. This is an amazing way to draw yourself closer to your goals while simultaneously improving health.

So,repparttar 135189 next time you want to alter your mindset, pay attention to your head position and breathing and you will be propelling yourself towards health and achievement quicker than ever!

Tim Webb is a fitness instructor, Ju Jutsu instructor and competitor. He specialises in easily accessible deep breathing exercises that combine breath and mind together. His site BreathForSuccess.com offers a product that provides deep breathing exercises for invigorating yourself, relaxing, and highlights how your breath can be tied in with your goals to move you towards them in record time!

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