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Thursday, November 26 2009
 As you look for a better-feeling way to approach whatever you are giving your attention to; as you continue to ask yourself, from your ever-changing vantage point, "What is it that I dodo want without your point of attraction beginning to pivot in that direction. . . . The process will be gradual, but your continued application of the process will yield wonderful results in only a few days. want?" eventually you will be standing in a very pleasing place—for you cannot continually ask yourself what it is that you

--- Abraham

Excerpted from the book "Money and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Health, Wealth and Happiness" #270

Wednesday, November 25 2009
How many times do you have to hear it? If you want to feel better in mentally, emotionally and physically -  MOVE IT!  MOVE IT!  MOVE IT!  EXERCISE!

Today, one more article appeared suggesting that said, "Mounting evidence suggests exercise is among the best medicine for pain, providing your doctor thinks it is right for you." LiveScience Topics:  Pain.  While waiting for a doctor's appointment I watched a video by Accent Health that talked about reducing pain from fibromyalgia with an exercise bootcamp.  Combine this with the body of research beginning to show that exercise is beneficial for preventing and coping with cancer and it may be time for you to GET MOVING!.

Not all my clients choose the same type of exercise.  Joining a gym isn't for everyone.  For those clients there are other options like dancing, tai chi, walking, swimming, yoga, team sports, yard work . . . anything that allows your body to do what it was meant to do - MOVE.
Sunday, November 22 2009
How many message from the Universe do you have to receive before taking action?  My number is three.  It usually take three times for me to take the bait and take action.  I used to say I was a slow learner but that was a lie. The truth is that I'm stubborn.

I've received three Cosmic Postcards about Aikido.  It's time to take action.

Message No. 1

Several week ago my friend, Vickie Gray, the Adaptive Coach, started taking Aikido.  Her tweets on Twitter and her posts on Facebook are reflective of not only the strengthening of her body but of her mind and spirit as a result of practicing a martial art.

Message No. 2

While researching a topic for a workshop on the Karpman Drama Triangle (also because of Vickie), I ran across another website, Martial Development, that offered a solution for breaking the drama triangle by making an analogy with Aikido.  It suggests moving into the center of the drama triangle and maintaining sensitivity, compassion and responsibility until the attacker halts the attack.

Message No. 3

An article on Psychology Today by Susan Harrow, an author and media/PR consultant, Calligraphy, Aikido and Kotoama:  How our bodies reveal themselves in art, sport and chant, was on my Google reader this morning.  Susan says:
The phrase, "How you do anything is how you do everything" has truth to it. When you put yourself out in the world and connect with others everything shows up: whether you're doing calligraphy, cutting a flower, speaking to your children, or handling yourself on-camera, we see who you are.
See the connectedness?  The first Sunday of ever month, Aikido School of Central Ohio, has a free introductory class.  Guess where I'll be on the first Sunday in December?
Have you received any Cosmic Postcards recently urging you to take action?  What were they?  What did you do?  What's holding you back?
Saturday, November 21 2009

You see, you're giving others too much power as you even acknowledge how they make you feel. What you've got to decide is how I'm going to feel. We would go to a Virtual Reality and we would practice feeling good. Manifestations come on the heels of what you've conjured in thought

--- Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in North Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, March 2nd, 2002 #265

Friday, November 13 2009
Are you looking for the secret to success?   Here is an excerpt of an article on www.psychologytoday.com.   It is a very simple model for success in coping with any challenging situation.

Goal Setting - Mental Rehearsal - Self Talk - Arousal Control
"With goal setting the recruits were taught to set goals in extremely short chunks. For instance, one former Navy Seal discussed how he set goals such as making it to lunch, then dinner. With mental rehearsal they were taught to visualize themselves succeeding in their activities and going through the motions. As far as self talk is concerned, the experts in The Brain documentary made the claim that we say 300 to 1000 words to ourselves a minute. By instructing the recruits to speak positively to themselves they could learn how to "override fears" resulting from the amygdala, a primal part of the brain that helps us deal with anxiety. And finally, with arousal control the recruits were taught how to breathe to help mitigate the crippling emotions and fears that some of their tasks encouraged." (How Navy Seals Increased Passing Rates, Bakari, Akil, II, PhD, Nov. 9, 2009, Psychology Today.)
By using this simple process, the Navy Seals increased their passing rates from 25% to 33%! Add the dynamics of life recovery coaching - encouragement, validation, acknowledgment, accountability, & energy processes and you're sure to succeed!
 
The other day a young woman called complaining of feeling stressed-out.  After she explained the situations she thought were stressing her, we explored which of those situations really effected her. (They were obviously effecting her mental and emotional states.)  It turned out there was only one change to which she had to respond. 

When asked what she wanted, she said she just wanted to feel calmer, not so anxious.  We started to look at what was next (setting small achievable goals).  The next thing to do was drive home.  I asked if that was achievable.  The answer was “yes”.  What was next?  Eat a snack.  What will you eat?  An apple.  Can you see yourself going to the refrigerator, reaching in for an apple, and eating it?  Yes.  Is that achievable?  Yes.  Within moments the young woman was feeling calmer by setting simple goals that were easily achievable.
  • How have you felt overwhelmed by looking to far into the future?
  • How can you set achievable goals?
  • What’s next?
  • Is it achievable?
Photo by LarryZou@ on Flickr.com.


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Tuesday, November 10 2009
Last night I had an interesting conversation with a woman in Seattle.  When she learned what I do and that I live in Ohio, she said, "I wish you weren't so far away!"

"It is done by phone,"  I replied.

"How can that work?!" 

How Coaching by Phone Works

The human voice is a powerful tool. We can cut someone to shreds emotionally or we can soothe and heal with our tone of voice.  I've been blessed with a voice that has been called hypnotic.  You wouldn't believe how many women I have talked out of hysteria into a calmer, more peaceful place.  

How Effective Is Coaching by Phone?

Intuition and empathy are not constrained by time and space. I can "feel" a client's energy through the phone, in person, and sometimes from a photo, it's almost as if there is an instant download to me of what's going on with that person.  From there, very little of what is said or what happens in the session has to do with me.  Sometimes words come out of my mouth and I thought, "where did that come from?"  

Logistically you will have a scheduled appointment once a week for phone call just like you would if we were meeting in person.  The call ranges from 50 - 60 minutes.  That may sound like a long time to be on the telephone but you would be surprised how quickly the time goes.  You're also welcome to call at other times when you urgently need support and encouragement.  You'll receive a secure personal web page with videos, quotes, music, tools or other resources to help you toward your goals.

Still don't believe coaching by phone is effective?  Email me at pixie@enigmawellness.com or call 614-920-4909 to experience it yourself.

Photo by Darwin Bell on Flickr.com.
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Wednesday, November 04 2009

A happy life is just a string of happy moments. But most people don't allow the happy moment, because they're so busy trying to get a happy life.

--- Abraham

Sunday, November 01 2009
When I was small, one of my favorite Dr. Seuss books was, Are You My Mother?  It's the tale of a baby bird who falls out of a tree.   In his adventure in trying to find his mother, he runs into a variety of characters, asking each character, "Are you my mother?"

Very often adopted children feel the same way that little bird did.  They long for a sense of connection that comes with biology.  There's something comforting about seeing a face similar to yours.  We all search for a sense of belonging.

I was adopted when I was nine months old and flown from south Korea to America to be raised by Caucasian parents who were old enough to be my grandparents.  I grew up surrounded by fair skinned, round eyed people who looked nothing like me; a fact that my classmates made painfully apparent to me when I went to school.

As an adult, I would sit in airports and watch families greet each other.  I would search the faces of other Asians looking for some connection, some familial feature that was similar to mine.  Who was my mother?  What did she look like?  Where was she now?  Those questions couldn't be answered.  There were no birth records in post-war South Korea.  I was literally abandoned as an infant on the steps of a municipal building in Seoul.

Then one day I walked into the middle of a conversation between two women in the break room of the law firm where I worked. 

"The older I get the more I look like my mother,"  one woman said.

"Tell me about it! The other woman replied. "I look at my hands and they look just like my mother's hands!" 

I smiled at them not relating to anything they were saying, dumped my coffee into the sink, and continued on to the bathroom.  As I was leaving the bathroom, I paused to check my face and hair in the mirror.  The face in the mirror looked back at me.  It was the face of my mother.

 


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