Create a picture in your mind of the colour red. Imagine red of all shades, red objects – roses, bricks, apples, a sunset.
Allow the colour to change to orange. Imagine orange of all shades, orange objects – flowers, pumpkins, carrots.
Allow the colour to change to yellow. Imagine yellow of all shades, yellow objects – flowers, lemons, autumn leaves. Imagine yourself surrounded by the calming colour yellow. Continue reading
Food is just one of the stressors that need to be studied if we are going to lead a healthy life, now I am not a nutritionist but the information I am about to share with you was an important part in helping me to cure my 10 year diabetic condition, type 2 and come of the drug metformin permanently.
There are 3 types of stress – physical stress, chemical stress and emotional stress but they all create the same response. Continue reading
I created a survey recently that showed that many of the people who follow me on Facebook and other social media are really quite healthy. I simply asked what they had for breakfast.
The survey did show though that people were making an effort and creating healthy choices by selecting certain foods, but they were also creeping into the mix foods that over time can become toxic, as the human body was never really designed to eat these things every day and in such large quantities. Continue reading
Back in the 80s I had a brief spell of unemployment and ended up spending a lot of time in my local library and discovered many new areas of study that really have born fruit now on my own personal journey.
The library was a wealth of inspiration about the mind, human behavior and how to understand and communicate with fellow human beings.
One of the most interesting subjects I discovered was from the psychology section, all about secondary gains, this was useful as it reappeared in my learning when studying the Emotional Freedom Techniques or Tapping some time later, the process was referred to as Psychological reversals or (PR). Continue reading
One way that helped me get beyond my diabetic condition and that may help you too is the Japanese art of Kaizen.
This process was invented just after the second world war and it simply means “good change” or “continuous improvement”. Continue reading
As well as measuring my blood glucose levels each day, that are now normal now, I also take a look at blood pressure as this is also very important.