Posts Tagged ‘stopping to think’

Seeing clearly takes stopping tot think

As ever, it’s stopping long enough to see that makes the difference. I’m sure I’m by no means the only one, but this morning I found myself reading something which actually meant quite the opposite to me of that which it really meant. Try as I might it made absolutely no sense whatsoever to me,…

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This morning I attended a meeting which I knew required me to maintain my poise and say what I needed to say  Most of all I considered ahead of time that I wished to come across as being at ease in myself whilst conveying this. I was very much applying the Alexander Technique during this…

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I’m aware of what happened to me in terms of experiential learning curves, as far as I understand with regards to menopausal symptoms of chronic insomnia, significant dehydration, severe metabolism and constipation. Sadly this can happen given how little is known about all this. Due to depleted hormone levels, problems can present themselves during menopause…

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How do we feel when we acknowledge and accept that we unconsciously made a mistake, something about which we may have already been thinking all along didn’t serve us well, that we were aware how this affected us? Of course it’s all usually riddled with our unconscious habit. We may indeed be aware of pain…

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