The following tips cover some of the basics for starting the first three founding principles.
1. Clarity – know what you want for yourself, but how do you know you're doing it? Live in the question "what do I want?" Consider setting up a vision committee to help start the process and highlight it where you will see it every day to focus on what you want.
2. Be honest – be real with yourself, as difficult as it is to look at yourself, first really recognize what does not work (and you do not have to share it with anyone) Logging is often a good way for some to get things out. Personally, I think logging is a chore, but what I sometimes find useful is writing and writing – this is called automatic writing and that is allows your unconscious mind to access deep ideas, feelings, desires and needs. Other things that I find useful are discussions with people who are competent listeners. Sometimes we just want to be heard and understood – not to receive advice or other experiences and someone who is not involved often can see more clearly.
3. Identify the changes you want to make – so if you know you do not fit that? Take a look at these things, emotional, physical, and decide what is no longer useful, and consider taking them out of your life. Or if you need help, look for it. Sometimes it may seem a bit overwhelming to help get started with the most important and forget the rest for now. Be in a place of self-confidence, you will find what you need and have a clear intention as to the type of help you want. Once you are sure to start acting, you may be surprised to see what is happening in your life (for example, doing research, looking on the Internet, talking to friends, going to the local bookstore shelves , follow the intuitions and feelings you had.
4. Take Off – every time we feel stuck, this is reflected in our lives, it creates stagnant energy and sometimes changes can If you feel this, I often watch what my body tells me and it's not synchronized so I better pay attention to a detox, cleansing the intestines or fruit juice fast, even if you have a bowel irritation can help to unlock things literally, you will feel lighter, probably more energy and your mind will be clear. will give a boost to your digestion. learn l & # 39; ; enc Shading physically is also another way to give your life more dynamism and energy, to throw away those old clothes, or that pile of paperwork or magazines that you would never read to read while still watching you. . Sometimes it is just a matter of starting with something small and it often creates momentum, you may not have it all but start it anyway.
5. Time for TLC – Self-care is a key activity that often breaks down when life is active. All of these demands, too little time often means we get lost in the race to accomplish and get things done. Try to carve our sometimes even if it's just an hour a week. Use this time to decompress and decide how to reschedule things to give you more time and focus on what's important. Consider planning activities well in advance as you continue to set aside, for example, a weekend, a bubble bath, a massage, spending time with a good friend.
6. Check what you put in your body and in your mind : what would you say to escape the disaster, avoid all the negative media for at least a week and see what it does, including television, radio, internet and e-mails and unnecessary phone calls. Remove as much junk food from your meals (this is not a diet just to remove garbage) and see how you feel, engage in nibbling for example the fruits you like between meals – if the apples are boring then buy strawberries if that's what you really appreciate why make it tough.
7. Inspire yourself – Make a commitment to get fresh air out at least a few times a week. Every day could be a stretch. Watch it as a moment for you, and maybe your partner – oxygen helps clear our minds and feeds the brain, a change of scenery often inspiring, new ideas and energy . Consider what you are passionate about and start writing down your ideas about it. There is no point in adding to your to-do list, getting in touch with more of what's motivating and enriching your life.
8. From – Stress – A very useful way to physically de-stress yourself is to increase your magnesium and B vitamins levels. A large portion of the population is deficient in magnesium and it's noticeable. is a reason why women in particular crave chocolate (apart from the high sugar content and other properties that create good sensations for us) as chocolate contains it. If you want chocolate, buy dark chocolate the best and the best cocoa. Magnesium also helps to improve sleep and before it is better taken later in the day, be sure to take the most absorbable form. B vitamins are often depleted by stress, so the addition of a B complex can help to improve the feeling of adaptation.
9. Start with easy things – every morning I take a cup of hot water and lemon juice. It helps my digestion, keeps me steady and helps the body stay alkaline. When our body is acidic and a lot of things produce it, for example red meat, alcohol, junk food, stress, it is difficult for our body to work effectively because it wants to be balanced, so start well. The more alkaline we are, the less likely we are to carry weight. The fat is often stored to protect vital organs and the activity of acidic conditions and toxins.
10. Celebrate the Ordinary – being grateful for small achievements can be powerful. Celebrate the ordinary things you do. Here is a small example, I had the intention to update my driver's license for (dare I say many years) this was due to the move many times. I recently asked to get it, which required a lot of paperwork because part of my ID number was missing and had to be confirmed because # It had already been lost by another organization. This little thing had been in my head for a long time, when she finally arrived, she seemed so good to me! I know, I know that I am easily satisfied. But I wonder what you carry too? When I spoke with my friend about it, we both acknowledged that celebrating the ordinary is an important cornerstone for what we feel about ourselves on a day-to-day basis. I invite you to consider what you celebrate in your life about yourself?
I hope you will like this advice because I want women like us to feel more connected to our personal power.
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