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Saturday, August 27, 2016

Sevan Ways You can Treat Yourself Better


1.* Send loving messages to yourself.
Tell yourself, “I love you and appreciate who you are.” When you do something well, give yourself a pat on the back. Say: “Great job! I’m so proud of you.” When you’re struggling or feeling low, be supportive by saying: “I’m here for you. You’re not alone.”
2 * Take good care of yourself.
A loving parent would make sure you eat right and get plenty of rest, sleep, fresh air, and exercise. Keep yourself healthy and fit. Practicing good self-care is an essential part of this process.

3 * Do nice things for yourself.
Get into the habit of doing special things for yourself. Make yourself a cup of tea with the nurturing energy that you’d have when preparing tea for someone you love. Visit the sauna, get a massage, or draw yourself a bath filled with special salts. Linger in it and relax. Make yourself a candlelight dinner—a delicious meal in a special setting. Coddle yourself. Treat yourself as a loving parent would treat you.

4* Set healthy boundaries with others.
Let people know what you want and don’t want. Tell them what’s okay for you and what’s not. If you have a friend who’s always late and you end up waiting for her and feeling annoyed, tell her how you feel. A nurturing parent wouldn’t let someone treat you badly. A loving parent makes sure his or her child’s needs are met.

5* Become your own advocate.
If someone is disrespectful or hurtful to you, speak up. Tell them you don’t want to be spoken to that way. If someone was unkind, hostile, or verbally abusive to your child, you’d stand up for him. Protect yourself as a nurturing parent would protect you.

6* Believe in yourself.
A nurturing parent would highlight your uniqueness, tell you how special you are, encourage you to build on your strengths, and support you in a loving, nonjudgmental way. A nurturing parent says: “You can do it.” “I believe in you.” Become your strongest supporter, coach, and cheerleader.

7 * And lastly and most important: Be compassionate with yourself.
Have compassion for your humanity and your flaws. You’re human and you’re going to make mistakes. Look at yourself through the eyes of a loving parent; don’t punish or criticize yourself. Reassure yourself. Comfort yourself. Accept yourself unconditionally. And show that same compassion for your own parents and others, because they, too, are human.

Lauren Mackler

The power of the mind is creation, from there we build, achieve.
The power of the soul is extension and memory! since its timeless, it will remember for ever.
The power of the body is to experience emotions and feelings, so mind can create for the soul ways to grow and remember.
This will continue since soul is connected to source.
With more information and experience, Source then get this input and expands more in consciousness. Since we don't have this, it is delivered by source to us live.
Humans that improve connection to source can extend the mind, increasing quality of creation.
This applies to inert bodies without mind, they just don't create but can deliver experience to source in forms humans cannot. Like extreme temperatures and states of materials.
Source it's not God, its the convergence of different anomalies with multiple souls that create a collective, experiencing what was already created.
There are vast amount of sources using the same method for expansion.
When source has achieved a solid communication unit, and no more experience can be collected trough souls, its consciousness stop growing.
This solid unit can now create its own space and time, thus creating a new parallel universe.
So the cycle of expansion never ends. the new universe can create new anomalies for furder extension of its own growth, for ever, just like Fractals .
We humans are mechanisms designed to deliver experience in more complex ways.
Jonathan Briceño De´ Luise Perú 2016