One of the things that clients notice most when they practice qi gong regularly is the transformation of their relationships. Qi gong promotes a greater awareness of self such that it becomes easier to interact with people from a less egoic-driven state. Qi gong also creates a deep sense of grounding which encourages people to authentically share thoughts and feelings from a space of love to create greater levels of intimacy and growth.
Have you ever wondered what your partner's behavior means? What starts out to be adorable and loving during the beginning stages of romance turns into a dark smothering controlling nightmare later in the relationship? What has happened? How can the same behavior be making you feel so tense, lonely, and scared?
Accepting a compliment, especially from a man, has never been easy for me. In fact, I probably spent most of my life shutting their compliments down before they could even get the words out. "You look amazing," he would say. My response: "Oh god, what are you looking at? You need to get your eyes checked." Does this sound like you?
Have you ever taken a sneak peak at your lover’s cell phone messages? Have you ever gotten up in the middle of the night to check the history on your lover’s computer? Do you check Facebook to make sure your lover is walking the talk? There are two points to this issue of betrayal:
"It makes no difference how deeply seated may be the trouble, how hopeless the outlook, how muddled the tangle, how great the mistake. A sufficient realization of love will dissolve it all...If you could only love enough, you could be the happiest and most powerful person in the world..." ~Emmet Fox This quote by Emmet Fox is hanging on our wall, and it always moves me. However, there is twist here that it vitally important: If you love in order to be powerful, then what you are doing isn't loving.
Are you and your mate considering getting a pet? If so this can be an incredibly exciting time for you both! Congratulations! Before the excitement gets the best of you, I want to point out some things for you both to consider as you bring in a living furry creature into your relationship. If you discuss these 5 questions you shouldn’t have to wait a certain amount of time before you get a pet together:
I think it’s very interesting to note, that what is commonly thought of as the truth about any subject, is usually outdated and quite often totally false. I can only speak about my field of health, fitness and longevity for sure, but I suspect it is also true in other areas as well. The myths of cholesterol, calcium, sunlight and aerobic exercise are all good examples.
Check out my recent interview on Real Coaching Radio TV Network from Thursday, April 26, 2012, at 4pm EST. Learn about the latest and best in health coaching and how you can learn to improve your wellness foundation in 3 easy steps. http://www.stickam.com/viewMedia.do?mId=193124614 On the call you can really get a candid view of health coaching and what I have learned from many years of experience - some great tips towards the end. 30 Minutes in duration and I hope it is helpful!
We all want a soulmate. “The One.” Your perfect partner who can read your mind + finish your sentences. We want fate + fireworks. But believing in predetermined destiny is limiting. It leaves little room for adventure + what life may want to give you. What if The One isn’t who you thought they would be?
Think less. Bitch less. Push less. + create more. The universe responds to your diligence but it also responds to your joy. Consider when it’s time to pull back. Not, by the way, to be confused with letting go. “Easing up” is taking your foot off the gas. Just a tad. It’s 45 miles an hour, not 60. A 5K run instead of a 10K.