Years ago, because I had totally exhausted my adrenal glands and was forced to rest in order to heal, I knew I had to stop rushing. Being somewhat of a Type A personality, this required a major shift in thinking and behavior, although with exhausted adrenal glands, I wasn’t moving very far very fast.
That was a long time ago and now, looking back, I can see the value of moving at a slower, steady pace without the frantic pushing that comes with behavior stimulated by fear of not having or doing enough. In the last few weeks, once again, I was forced to slow down because of the concussion I sustained. It’s amazing how much work I thought I had to do that could be ignored or delayed without consequence.
The advantages of slowing down are many including extending your lifespan, enhancing your intutition, greater appreciation of life, peace of mind, saving time and energy, and much more. Wouldn’t you rather be rich and healthy than rich and exhausted?
Here are some steps you can take in order to slow down: Continue reading
Like many of you, I’ve been finding ways to adapt to what has become a new and evolving financial reality. Although often difficult or confusing as the world economic and political systems go through turbulent shifts, new opportunities keep opening up for those who are willing to step out of their comfort zone and let go of the past.
This is a time of enormous possibility. As the old systems heave before they crumble, we all have the option of being active participants in creating a world powered by love, compassion, and cooperation.
Not a task for the faint of heart, moving fully forward into this new paradigm takes focus, courage, and the willingness to step into the unknown. It also requires faith in a positive future and an understanding that some of our greatest achievements often emerge from difficult and confusing times.
And one more thing. Action is required.What can you do to contribute to bringing this world into being? Here are some things to think about: Continue reading
There’s no doubt about the fact that healthcare costs are out of control and millions of people are suffering financially or going bankrupt because of these rising costs.
When I Googled “How to lower health care costs,” most of the advice is about how to make deals with doctors and hospitals. But, there’s another way to lower your health care costs – preserve your health.
Chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney disease, lung cancer, and stroke can, in most cases, be prevented or cured by making healthy lifestyle choices.
A serious side effect of making such choices is that you will live longer and be happier – much better than the side effects often listed on ubiquitous television commercials. You can also increase your potential for financial success when you feel good. Continue reading
Print out this page and place a check mark next to each of the following symptoms that applies to you.
__Gnawing hunger, hungry all the time
__Uncontrollable urges to eat
__Loss of appetite
__Shaky when hungry
__Wake up in the middle of the night, can’t fall back to sleep Continue reading