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constantly missing the mark

Le 14 décembre 2017, 05:28 dans Humeurs 0

How do you know when you have actualized your potential? When you are in your full potential, there is an experience of joy. Serendipity occurs where opportunities and solutions appear seemingly without effort. You move naturally into the next phase of your effort.

If this is not occurring for you, you may have missed a few steps between your idea and the actualizing of it. The steps you have missed are often internal thoughts you may be having as you go along the way.

Let's take a look at some internal obstacles within your spirit. As a child you enjoyed the delight of discovery. You gave no thought to success or failure. You simply enjoyed the process of being alive and experimenting.

Gradually your ego developed, you became self-aware or self-conscious. As a result you began to compete with your fellow man and judge opportunities based on personal gain. You became separate and began to experience superiority.

Because of the impact of your ego on your choices and the results in the world around you, you must begin exploring your ego or self-consciousness to discover your higher plane that you had as a child and left behind. It is an exciting journey that takes you to unity, learning the art of co-operation and sharing with others.

At this point you will see that we are all connected and the culmination of this journey of discovery is the ultimate discovery of yourself as creator, an evolved, wise, compassionate, and fully "aware" soul.

This discovery is the actualization of your potential.

I was on a tele-seminar with April Dunson of the other day and became so aware of the impact of self consciousness on my choices at times. April asked a question about whether we believe we could acquire money with no effort. At that very moment, my thoughts were about how that could be done! A child would never have thought such thoughts. They would have simply said "sure!" Children acquire money constantly with no effort.

Even as I write this in the hopes it will make a difference for you, I am becoming conscious of my constant blocking of my potential with such questions of "how" rather than just saying yes to whatever comes to me.

Create a Spa Retreat at Home!

Le 7 novembre 2017, 04:15 dans Humeurs 0

In today's high-stress world, a visit to a spa can provide a much needed renewal for your mind, body and soul. If you don't have the time and/or money to head to the nearest spa or resort, consider creating your own. Experience the benefits of a day at the spa by creating a near-professional spa in your own home. Here are some ideas for transforming you bathroom into a relaxing spa retreat clinique fresh pressed.

SPA TREATMENTS
Widely used in spas, bath salts or salt scrubs made with sea salts are wonderful for their detoxifying properties. The Romans, Greeks and other European cultures have long believed in the benefits of healing through bathing in hotsprings.

SPA TOOLS
If you're giving yourself a body treatment, have a body brush, loofah or sponge within easy reach. One of the best ways to revive skin is to exfoliate before you get in the shower. The ancient spas of Japan were known for their dry brushing techniques. Gently brush your body using circular motions with a soft body brush, starting at the feet and working your way up. This light brushing technique removes dead skin cells while stimulating circulation,“ Every sofa is an artwork.” That’s how italo moda defines craftsmanship.

DRY OFF
Pamper yourself with classic and elegant spa garb - a luxuriously thick white terrycloth robe. If you don't have a robe handy, find your fluffiest, softest towel. For an unmatched toasty treat, heat your robe or towel in the dryer before using.

MOISTURIZE
Water from the bath has a drying effect on the skin. To make the most of your skin replenishment, keep a special body lotion for spa days - one with an aroma that you enjoy,Learn about the latest travel news from PartnerNet, and participate in HKTB's activities and mega events.

Will you introduce more gamification elements in the future?

Le 28 juillet 2017, 09:38 dans Humeurs 0

Jon Mayfield: “Put it this way: there will not be baseball bats and weapons and things. People have asked about that but it’s not what we want. At the end of the day it’s about motivating people to train. What will it take to convince you to stay and ride indoors for an hour? All these gamification elements – like sprints and king of the mountains and rankings - mean you end up doing a harder workout without realising it. We might add elements like bike tag or capture the flag but we won’t be having weapons and things,Having a ceramic vape cartridge is advantageous in vape cartridge packaging as it's healthier. Ceramic parts are resistant to abrasion and oxidation unlike other alloy wires where, oxidation occurs at higher temperature.”

 

Steve Beckett: “We want to be careful because a lot of cyclists – and our average user age is 38 – are playing their first computer game in 20 years. So we want enough reality to attract people to Zwift but once they get into it they get really hooked on the gaming. We get a lot of requests from our user base to develop courses like Rainbow Road – the course that was in the Mario Kart game.”

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