The Mind-Body Connection to Conquer Challenges

We all have a physical body, emotional body and mental body and they all influence each other. I’m sure you’ve had the experience where alot of mental stress (mental) makes your irritable (emotional) and exhausted (physical), or when eating too much sugar (physical) and made you feel agitated (emotional) and not thinking straight (mental). There are many examples you can think of where it’s clear that one body is affecting the others. You can use this to your advantage. If one body is feeling down, use the other two bodies to bring it back up. For instance, if you are down-in-the-dumps emotionally, use your physical and mental bodies to bring yourself back up. Instead of sitting glued to your seat in a slumping position, change your physiology!  Stand up, push your chest out and takes deep breaths. Instead of telling yourself how miserable you are, change your thinking!  Tell yourself… Read the rest....
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Solving Problems with Awareness

Whatever problem you have, whether relationships, money, work, health, confusion, whatever it is, there is an associated area of tension in you body that is related to it. This is a Huna exercise called ‘nalu’ I learned from Serge King, in his book Changing Reality. It demonstrates the mind/body connection and helps to open you up to new insights about your problem and new ways to deal with it. Because of the law As Within, So Without, while you work on your problem in this way you also notice changes in the  problem starting to appear in your outer life. 1) First, think of your problem and choose a symbol of the problem that you can keep in front of you while you do this exercise to help you maintain your focus. The more difficult the problem, the more your mind will distract you, so this is an important step.… Read the rest....
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All Power is Within

Here’s a way to freedom, a way to solve problems in your life. Realize that what’s ‘out there’ is a result of what’s going on inside you, then change what’s inside you. What’s great about this way of problem solving is that it returns all the power to you instead of giving away all of your energy blaming something or someone else. It’s called personal po’oponopono in Huna and is based on the 6th principle of Huna, ‘all power comes from within’. It’s related to projection in psychology – what you deny in yourself, you become particularly allergic to in others. So rather than expect others to fix themselves so you can be happy, you Begin Within. You recognize that the problem is pointing to something within you that you CAN change rather than something without that you have no control over. Let’s see how it works and how you… Read the rest....
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