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Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Friday, May 12th, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion. Dealing with debt by using the ‘Accelerating the Motion’ model by David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

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The Identity Ball (Aligning with and deepening knowledge of your authentic self)

 

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Recently I found a very good application for my accelerating the Motion model. I was thinking about abundance and tapping into an abundant world, financial freedom and reaching my critical net worth, that kind of thing. Critical net worth being the point at which a persons income is greater than their expenses meaning they have no need to work if that is what they desire.
Having triggered my anchor I’ve been building to reinforce that state of mind. And setting this as an intention to create and actualize in my Flow Centre. The Flow Centre is where they magic happens, where I would answer questions like, what do I truly desire to bring into your Flow Centre today? Think of a time when this quality came to me? What is the nature of my most treasured memory? and lots more questions of this ilk to build the mindset necessary.

Moving up to the next level of the model ‘Hip Walk True Talk it got interesting. This level is about taking action. Relative to abundance it came to my attention how incredibly abundant I’ve been so far. There were many positive emotions associated with this abundance, such as happy times when wealth entered into my life, having the power to overcome adversity, all the joy fun and prosperity and other empowering states of mind that comes with abundance. So in the better nature of the Hip Walk True Talk, there was a problem. Many bills had gone unpaid. I had somehow choked the flow of supply on many levels that had opened up for me. Lots of broken promises I had given to people who love me and support me. These include those who believe in me and my talents in the music industry, world class instrument manufacturers, the very best of my friends, and some family members. In the bright light of day it is actually disgraceful behaviour.

In my mind that clears the area around abundance. So, standing at the Hip Walk True Talk level how can I turn it around. The abundance is clearly there. These loving and supportive people still live and breathe. If I could unblock those abundant pathways of supply by giving back more energy that was given to me. Firstly, I created a list of everyone I owed, and for each person I ran through a sequence of tapping from Emotional Freedom Techniques ‘EFT’. Using an affirmation like, “even though I owe Peter I accept myself deeply and completely.” Tapping through points on my hands, point above the eyebrow, below the eye, above the lip, chin, collar bone, under the arm, chest. Then using a sliding anchor to associate the negatively charged emotion with something positive. Then with an affirmation like, “even though I feel shame I accept myself deeply and completely.” “Even though I feel guilt I accept myself deeply and completely.” Running through the tapping points and using a sliding anchor. Such an exercise will raise your vibration on how you feel about the debt.

Changing how you feel about the debt is for sure the first step in making the shift to create a solution to deal with it. What would happen if you consistently raised your vibration to a point where you feel estatic when you think about the debt? What would happen is, your mind will begin to tune into the vibration of abundance, where you will start to see solutions in your Flow Centre or in other words your real world.

So, the first steps are, set your positive intention. Truly accept where you are already abundant, and nurture those channels of supply that you have already attracted into your life. During this exercise I found my ‘Hip Walk True Talk’ level fulfilling, as I began to relish the action to deal with my debt head on. Rekindling the spirit of friendship with those who believe in me. Stepping up to the next level in the ATM model, ‘Waves of Possibility’. Here we reframe the problem by getting in touch with the part of you responsible for creating the debt. As people we have multiple parts of ourselves, and these parts run behavioural patterns that gives us the results experienced on a day to day basis.

Considering the presupposition ‘all behaviour has a positive intention’, I would need to contact the part of me responsible for not following through. Knowing that the intention behind the behaviour of not following through is an honourable one, lets call it part (a). A very slippery fish for some, but I would need to set up ideomotor signals with this part to get answers for yes and no. By doing so I can create an understanding of the behaviour, as to what is the positive intention behind not following through.

I’m still working on this, but my initial answers are around, so to live in an abundant world and have all the tools to do what I require. So the next step would be to establish communication with my creative part, to generate 5 new patterns of behaviour part (a) can integrate into day to day life, in other words to expand upon ‘Waves of Possibility’. New behaviour patterns that achieves the intention and follows successfully though. Then get consensus with all other parts of self to agree with these negotiations, before wishing part (a) well with these new choices in situations that are right and fitting.

Stepping up to ‘Knowingness Beliefs and Values’ level I created a list of ten of my most important values that align with my intention to be abundant. On the next level aligned these with my authentic self on ‘The identity Ball’ level. Answering questions like, ‘who am I when I live abundantly?’ before stepping up to the level of ‘The Spiritual, Awareness, Renewable, Mastermind’. Well, we’ve already dealt with who, why, what and largely how. In this example we can deal with who else? Who else can give you new perspectives on dealing with debt.

One solution is to pay 20% of all income to debtors. Live on 70% of income and save and invest 10%. It means that you pay yourself first by giving yourself 10% to save and invest. You live on less than you earn by living on 70% of income. And, in every £100 in earnings £20 goes to paying creditors. A strategy not easy to do, especially when a person owes money but it’s very effective.

On this level you can aim to answer questions pertaining to what may be a satisfactory solution for the individuals owed. What makes them happy and satisfied? These are the levels of ‘Accelerating the Motion’. The next thing is to pull all the feelings, learning, impressions and answers back down through the levels into ‘Flow Centre’. Perhaps before doing the whole thing again in the ‘As if achieved’ perspective. By doing all this, we for sure will build the mindset you need to deal with debt. Even though we are just scrapping the surface of the ice berg in terms of what’s possible. The very best of luck with dealing with debt, and feel free to connect with us when yoiu need support.  David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

 

 

 

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

 

DAILY MARKET REPORT
May 12th 2017

EUR/USD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

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The EUR/USD pair ended the day flat around 1.0873, but not before falling to a fresh 2-week low of 1.0838. Following a dull start to the day, the pair finally got on the move with the release of better-than-expected US data. Weekly unemployment claims fell to their lowest in 28 years in the week ending May 6th, down to 238,000 against 245K expected and previous 238K, an indication that the employment sector continues strengthening at a firm pace. Also, the Producer Price index surged by more than expected in April, with the core yearly reading hitting 1.9% from previous 1.6%, signaling increasing inflationary pressure, the perfect scenario for a rate hike next June. The sour tone around equities and yields, however, prevented the greenback from appreciating further, backing the late intraday pullback. The US will release its April CPI figures on Friday, also expected to bounce, while in the EU focus will center on Germany, with GDP and inflation readings.

From a technical point of view, the risk is towards the downside in the EUR/USD, although a break below 1.0820 is still required to confirm a new leg lower. Despite the positive close, the pair has set a lower low and a lower high for  a fourth consecutive session, confirming the ruling bearish trend, while in the 4 hours chart, the price is now below its 20 and 100 SMAs, with the shortest accelerating lower and nearing the largest, this last at 1.0890. Technical indicators in the mentioned time frame have corrected higher, but hold within negative territory, far from enough to suggest an upward move. Selling interest remains strong on approaches to the 1.0900 region, but it will take a recovery beyond 1.0930 to revert the negative tone, at least in the short term.

Support levels: 1.0850 1.0820 1.0770

Resistance levels: 1.0890 1.0930 1.0965

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

USD/JPY Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The USD/JPY pair closed the day a few pips below the 114.00 level, after topping in the 114.30 region for a third consecutive day. The pair found modest support in advancing equities at the beginning of the day, but as European equities entered the red, and yields pulled back from daily highs, the yen strengthened, ignoring US positive data, which usually results in a bullish move. US figures, however, were enough at least to prevent the pair from falling further, while the decline in US Treasury yields was quite shallow, as the 10-year note benchmark settled at 2.40%, down from previous 2.41% and after topping at 2.42% daily basis. Japan will release some minor figures during the upcoming Asian session, not enough to affect the pair, with attention therefore shifting to US CPI figures later on the day. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that the Momentum indicator continued sliding towards its 100 level, reflecting limited buying interest, but the price continues developing above bullish 100 and 200 SMAs, whilst the RSI indicator turned north, now around 56.

Support levels: 113.60 113.20 112.75

Resistance levels: 114.15 114.50 114.90

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

GBP/USD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The GBP/USD pair fell to its lowest for this week, quoting as low as 1.2848 before settling around 1.2880, as the Pound took a double hit early London, from soft UK data and a dovish BOE. . In March, Industrial Production fell by 0.5%, while Manufacturing Production shrunk by 0.6% when compared to the previous month. February readings suffered downward revisions, leaving the year-on-year readings at 1.4% and 2.3% respectively. The goods trade balance printed a larger-than-expected deficit in March of £13.441 billion, well above the expected £-11.800B. As for the Bank of England, the MPC decided to leave rates and the APP unchanged as expected, maintaining their previous neutral stance. Still, just one member voted for a rate hike, prompting a sell-off in Pound crosses. The 4 hours chart shows that the price has settled below a now bearish 20 SMA, while despite lacking directional strength, technical indicators have moved into negative territory, leaning the scale towards the downside, moreover on a break below 1.0830, last week low and the immediate support.

Support levels: 1.2830 1.2800 1.2765

Resistance levels: 1.2910 1.2950 1.2990

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

AUD/USD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The AUD/USD pair traded uneventfully within Wednesday’s range for most of this Thursday, closing higher for a second consecutive day at 0.7374, but still capped by 0.7400. There were no major news coming from Australia, and the macroeconomic calendar will remain empty also this Friday, leaving the pair in the hands of commodities and stocks. A recovery in base metals backed the advance, with Palladium and Platinum leading the way higher on the London Metal Exchange. The 4 hours chart shows that the price has managed to recover above a still bearish 20 SMA, this last at .7365, while the RSI indicator lacks directional strength around 48 and the Momentum indicator turned south after entering positive territory, this last indicating limited buying interest. The risk remains towards the downside, although the possibility of an upward corrective move can’t be disregarded particularly on an advance beyond 0.7400.

Support levels: 0.7330 0.7290 0.7250

Resistance levels:  0.7400 0.7440 0.7475

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

GBP/CAD Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

The GBP/CAD cross edged lower for a second consecutive day, settling at 1.7651, as the Pound weakened on the back of poor UK data and a neutral BOE. Investors were hoping that more than one MPC member would vote on a rate hike amid increasing inflationary pressures, but got disappointed, rushing then to sell the Pound. The Canadian dollar remained under pressure, despite oil extended its rally, on stocks weakness. Overall, the pair has continued correcting lower, now hovering and the lower end of its latest range, and still unable to confirm a steeper decline ahead. Short term however, the risk is towards the downside, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price has moved further below a still directionless 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators head modestly lower within bearish territory, although holding above their daily lows, presenting at the time being a limited momentum.

Support levels: 1.7625 1.7570 1.7520

Resistance levels: 1.7715 1.7770 1.7840

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

Dow Jones Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

US equities edged lower this Thursday, with all of the three major indexes closing in the red. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 23 points to 20,920.10 while the Nasdaq Composite retreated from record highs, shedding 13 points to 6,115.96. The S&P lost 5 points or 0.22% and settled at 2,394.44. Despite the negative close, US indexes closed well above their daily lows, trimming most of their intraday losses ahead of the close.  The negative mood among investors was triggered by weaker-than-expected earnings reports. Snap Inc, the owner of Snapchat, reported a $2.2b loss in the first quarter, with shares of the company tumbling over 20%. Within the Dow, Apple was the best performer, adding 0.87% and followed by Exxon Mobil, which gained 0.82%. On the downside were Microsoft with a  1.33% decline, and Home Depot that close 1.22% lower. The daily chart presents an increasing bearish potential, given that the index briefly extended below its 20 DMA, but finally ended above it, while the Momentum indicator entered negative territory with a strong bearish sloe and as the RSI indicator extends its slide, currently at 54. In the 4 hours chart, the index seems also poised to extend its slide, as it held above a bearish 20 SMA, while technical indicators are resuming their slides within negative territory after bouncing from oversold readings.

Support levels: 20,849 20,797 20,736

Resistance levels: 20,930 20,975 21,030

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

FTSE Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Despite the poor performance of European equities, the Footsie managed to close in the green, just 1 point higher at 7,386.63, but still positive, backed by a weaker Pound and a steady advance in the mining sector. There was no major shift in BOE’s stance, while a downward revision to this year’s growth has limited the advance among equities. A sharp decline in Hikma Pharmaceuticals offset miners’ gains, as the stock plummeted 8.23%, after the company said that is unlikely that the US FDA will approve its generic Advair Diskus product this year. Fresnillo was the best performer, up 5.03%, followed by Randgold Resources which added 3.62% and Standard Chartered that closed 2.46% higher. The daily chart shows that the index stands a couple of points below the 7,400 level, and not far from its record high of 7,448, maintaining the positive tone seen on previous updates, as the benchmark advanced further above its moving averages, whilst technical indicators have partially lost their bullish strength, but remain near overbought levels. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA has broken above the 100 and 200 SMAs, maintaining a strong bullish slope below the current level, whilst the RSI stands at 71 and the Momentum within positive territory, supporting an upward extension.

Support levels: 7,365 7,327 7,284

Resistance levels:  7,402 7,447 7,490

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

Gold Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Gold prices managed to regain some ground this Thursday, as easing equities spurred demand for the safe-haven asset. Spot gold closed the day at $1,224.05 a troy ounce, recovering from near a two-month low. The bright metal, however, remains within negative territory weekly basis, as increasing odds for a Fed’s rate hike next June keeps demand subdued, whilst hawkish rhetoric from US policy makers could trigger downward moves, beyond market’s sentiment. The daily chart shows that the price is still well below its moving averages, with the 20 DMA accelerating its slide far above the largest, and technical indicators barely bouncing from oversold readings, this last rather reflecting the intraday advance than suggesting downward exhaustion. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the metal has turned neutral, as the price is currently hovering around a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators pared their recovery around their mid-lines.

Support levels: 1,222.60 1,214.90 1,203.80

Resistance levels: 1,231.85 1,242.50 1,251.30

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

 

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

 

Debt Reduction Strategies, Accelerating the Motion

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Thursday, January 12th, 2017

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January 12th 2017

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A cautious mood prevailed during the first half of the day, as the market waited for the first speech of the US upcoming President Trump, in the US afternoon. The American dollar appreciated ahead of Wall Street opening, sending the EUR/USD pair to its lowest for the week at 1.0453, helped by the positive tone in worldwide stocks and, but turned south after the presser, with the EUR/USD advancing beyond the 1.0600 level. Trump’s comments covered many aspects of his upcoming administration, but uncertainty persists as its unclear which are his priorities. Among others, he criticized the pharmaceutical industry, insisted that Mexico will end up paying the wall, and announced the creation of a  trust, administrated by his sons, who will take care of his business as he won’t be able to do both. Despite some positive words towards the automakers industry, stocks fell sharply after his comments, putting the greenback under pressure across the board.

Closing the day up, the EUR/USD pair establish itself above the 23.6% retracement of its latest bearish run, although the lower low daily basis, has somehow increased the risk of a new leg lower for the upcoming days, moreover as the pair has been steadily rejected from advances beyond the 1.0600 figure. In the 4 hours chart, the price has recovered above all of its moving averages that anyway have turned horizontal, a clear indication of the absence of directional strength, while the 20 and the 200 SMAs, stand quite close to the mentioned Fibonacci level. Technical indicators in the mentioned time frame have abruptly changed course an entered positive territory, but without enough to strength to confirm a steeper recovery. As commented on previous updates, only a firm advance beyond the 1.0650 level will open doors for additional gains, whilst below 1.0445, chances are of a retest of the multi-year low posted early January at 1.0340.

Support levels: 1.0565 1.0530 1.0490

Resistance levels: 1.0620 1.0650 1.0710

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USD/JPY Forex Trading Tips

The USD/JPY pair plummeted to 114.23, its lowest since  early November, after the technical breakout of the 115.00 level, fueled by upcoming US President Donald Trump´s press conference. The JPY traded advanced up to 116.86 early US session, helped by the positive tone of stocks after the opening, but the dominant bearish momentum resumed after Trump´s words stirred up uncertainty. Adding to JPY’s strength were positive news coming from the country overnight, as the November Coincident index surged to its highest in almost three years, printing 115.1 from previous 113.5, a sign of consumption improvement.  The pair bounced from the mentioned low, but is having a hard time around the 115.00 level ahead of the Asian opening, and looking increasingly bearish according to technical readings, as in the 4 hours chart, the price has broken below its 200 SMA for the first time in two months, while technical indicators head strongly lower  at fresh weekly lows, supporting a continued decline for the upcoming Asian session.

Support levels: 114.60 114.20 113.70

Resistance levels: 116.10 116.60 117.00

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GBP/USD Forex Trading Tips

The GBP/USD pair bounced from a fresh multi-month low of 1.2037 achieved during the American afternoon, as Trump’s press conference triggered a short-term dollar sell-off. At the beginning of the day, data coming from the UK showed that in November 2016, Industrial Production was estimated to have increased by 2.1% compared with October 2016, while yearly basis, the increase was of 2.0%. Manufacturing Production increased by 1.3% in the same month,  and by 1.2% when compared to November 2015. The total trade balance, however, posted  a larger-than-expected deficit of £4.167B. The pair closed the day with gains after advancing up to 1.2270, now the immediate short term resistance, and in the 4 hours chart, technical readings favor additional advances, as the price is above a bearish 20 SMA whilst technical indicators bounced from oversold readings and maintain their strong bullish slopes within positive territory. Nevertheless, the negative sentiment towards the Pound may likely resume once the dust settles, with renewed declines below the 1.2200 figure denying chances of a firmer recovery.

Support levels: 1.2200 1.2150 1.2110

Resistance levels: 1.2270 1.2310 1.3360

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AUD/USD Forex Trading Tips

The AUD/USD pair jumped to its highest since December 14th, reaching 0.7471 before settling with solid around 0.7450. The Aussie rallied ever since the day started, backed by a continued advance in base metals, and a comeback in oil prices amid dollar’s broad weakness. The Australian macroeconomic calendar had little to offer this Wednesday, and will remain empty during the upcoming Asian session, which means that the pair will continue to take clues out of commodities. The current level stands for the 38.2% retracement of the 2016 rally, so it won’t surprise to see some consolidation/retracement before the next directional move. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators turned sharply higher, now entering overbought territory, while the price has jumped around 100 pips from a bullish 20 SMA. Also, the price has broken above the 61.8% retracement of the latest daily decline around 0.7390, and retracements towards this last will likely attract buying interest. An advance beyond the mentioned daily high will likely result in a test of the 0.7530 region, where the pair will complete a 100% retracement of its December losses.

Support: levels: 0.7425 0.7390 0.7350

Resistance levels: 0.7480 0.7530 0.7560

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GBP/CAD Forex Trading Tips

The GBP/CAD cross resumed its decline this Thursday, but closed off its daily low of 1.5967 at 1.6072, with the Pound once again leading the way. The UK currency plunged to fresh multi-month lows, in spite of  encouraging industrial data, but upcoming US President Donald Trump saved the day, putting the greenback in sell-off mode and pushing the GBP back higher. A recovery in oil prices, despite rising US stockpiles, maintained the CAD also on demand, preventing the cross from advancing further intraday. From a technical point of view, the risk remains towards the downside, as in the 4 hours chart, the advance was capped by a bearish 20 SMA, while the RSI indicator has lost its upward strength after correcting oversold readings, and turned modestly lower around 38. The Momentum indicator in the same chart aims modestly higher around its mid-line, but remains within neutral territory.

Support levels: 1.6035 1.5980 1.5930

Resistance levels: 1.6120 1.6190 1.6250

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Dow Jones Forex Trading Tips

Wall Street shrugged off Trump-triggered losses and recovered in the last hours of trading, with US major indexes closing the day in positive territory. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended up 98 points at 19,954.28, while the S&P added 0.28% to close at 2,275.32. The pharmaceutical sector underperformed after Trump said companies were “getting away with murder” with respect to drug prices, which weighed mostly in the Nasdaq Composite that anyway added 11 points, and settled at 5,563.65. The DJIA is back on track to test the 20,000 level, as in the daily chart, the index recovered above its 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators bounced modestly after the latest retracement, still lacking enough strength to confirm a bullish move for this Thursday. In the 4 hours chart, the index settled above is 20 and 100 SMAs that anyway remain flat and within a tight range, whilst technical indicators re-entered positive territory, but also with limited upward momentum. The daily high was set at 19,974, with an advance beyond it probably seeing the benchmark extending beyond the 20,000 threshold.

Support levels: 19,913 19,869 19,806

Resistance levels: 19,974 20,045 20,100

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FTSE Forex Trading Tips

The unstoppable rally of the FTSE 100 extended to a new all-time high as the Pound plunged, with the index adding 15 points, or 0.21% to end the day at 7,290.49. The index traded as high as 7,328 intraday, but investors are having second thoughts on the ongoing rally, triggered by a plummeting Pound due to Brexit fears. At some point, speculative interest will realize how unhealthy the run is, and the following decline could become a panic-selling movement. Anyway, the rally was once again backed by a run in base metals, with Anglo American leading the way higher, up by 11.30, followed by Rio Tinto that closed 6.80% higher and BHB Billiton that added 5.93%. Technical readings continue to support the upside, as indicators in the daily chart extended their advances, with the RSI currently at 79. In the 4 hours chart, a bullish 20 SMA continues driving the index higher, now acting as a strong dynamic support at 7,241, while the Momentum indicator holds directionless above its 100 level and the RSI aims higher within oversold territory after a modest downward move.

Support levels: 7,241 7,178 7,146

Resistance levels: 7,330 7,365 7,400

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Gold Forex Trading Tips

Gold prices edged higher this Thursday, after Donald Trump’s press conference was closer to a media show than to a presidential statement.  Investors remained clueless over the upcoming tax reform or infrastructure investment once he was done, while negative comments towards the pharmaceutical industry triggered some risk aversion that ended up benefiting safe-haven gold. Spot rallied up to $1,198.21 a troy ounce, its highest since November 23rd, and closed the day with gains a few cents above 1,191.00. The ongoing correction from multi-month highs seems poised to extend according to the daily chart, as technical indicators keep advancing near overbought readings, while the 20 SMA has definitively turned north far below the current level. In the 4 hours chart, the price recovered quickly above a bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators turned sharply higher after a modest downward move within positive territory, supporting the longer term perspective. The 38.2% retracement of the latest daily decline stands at 1,204.60, and an extension beyond it will confirm the bottom at 1,122, favoring further recoveries afterwards towards 1,280/1,300.

Support levels: 1,188.90 1,179.50 1,173.10

Resistance levels: 1,198.20 1,204.50 1,211.90

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1. Can you share one Intention you most desire to achieve?

2. Imagine some likely future situation, what happens when you see yourself making your Intention
come real?

3. Can you imagine your favourite place in the world to relax and feel good? Some people say their
own home and this is good, can you think of another?

4. Being appreciated and respected is a human need, we can all remember at least one time when
we felt appreciated and respected. What happens as you begin to feel loved and respected?

5. What drives your passion positively? Passion sometimes reaches boiling point. What happens
when your passion for something, someone or a situation in your life was so intense it was on
fire, burning inside you with life?

6. When you learn new ways to do act on intention, beautifully your chances of making it come real
multiplies. What else happens as you begin to learn new possibilities?

7. Having a deep sense of fulfillment from within is the best elixir imaginable, magically bringing
you freedom, happiness and satisfaction. It’s good to know that people find different things
fulfilling. Can you remember a time when you felt totally fulfilled?

8. Wow moments often come unexpectedly and are often amazing thrilling us to bits. Can you
describe five different wow moments in your life?

9. The word enrichment conjures up a colourful palette of positive emotions in us. Can you tell me
what the word enrichment means to you?

10. Music is an incredible healing force, enriching the human spirit, also opening and
strengthening the connection between the body and mind. Is there any music giving you
strong feelings?

 

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Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.

What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

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Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

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Money Markets Today DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 10th 2017

EUR/USD Money Markets Today

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The American dollar edged lower in quiet trading this Monday, with the Pound and the Japanese yen being the worst and the best performers respectively. As for the common currency, is barely 40 pips higher daily basis, as German data, despite from November last year, failed to confirm solid growth in the region. German´s Industrial Production increased by a meager 0.4% monthly basis, against expectations of a 0.7% gain, while October reading suffered a modest revision up to 0.5%. The annual reading came in at 2.2%, also missing market’s forecast. The Trade Balance in the country for the same month was more encouraging, as the seasonally adjusted trade surplus  widened to €21.7B, better than the €20.8B expected, with monthly imports up by 3.5% and exports by 3.9%. In the US, the FED´s Labor Market Conditions Index declined by 0.3 in December, against a previous gain of 1.5, usually seen as a sign of slowing in the sector, yet after the release of Friday’s Payrolls, the news was far from a shock. Additionally, US policymakers reiterated their hawkish rhetoric, with Rosengren foreseeing more regular hikes.

The EUR/USD pair closed the day around 1.0565, the 23.6% retracement of the 1.1299/1.0340 decline, unable to rally, despite broad dollar’s weakness. The pair is trying to bottom ever since the year started, and while there are no signs that the rally may continue, particularly amid self EUR weakness, those looking for parity seem to have taken a step to the sidelines. From a technical point of view, the 4 hours chart shows that the price is now standing above all of its moving averages, with the 20 SMA crossing above the 200 SMA after already surpassing the 100 one, usually a sign of a bullish continuation. Yet, in the same chart, the Momentum has turned south whilst the RSI indicator lacks enough strength and consolidates at 57. Also, failure to hold gains above 1.0600 during the past two weeks, suggests that a rally beyond 1.0650 is required to confirm the bullish extension.

Support levels: 1.0530 1.0490 1.0445

Resistance levels: 1.0580 1.0615 1.0650

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USD/JPY Money Markets Today

The USD/JPY pair rallied to 117.53 at the beginning of the day, but changed course mid European morning with the Japanese yen accelerating its advance in the US session, tracking the poor performance of American stocks and yields. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasuries fell 3 basis points at 2.38% percent, while the 30-year bond yield was 3 basis points lower at 2.97%, as fears about a “hard Brexit” and Chinese woes fueled demand for safe-haven assets. China’s Central Bank has struggled with a plummeting Yuan last week, and on Saturday, the government said that its foreign exchange reserves fell to a near a six-year low. From a technical point of view, the USD/JPY looks increasingly bearish after the failed attempt to sustain gains beyond the 117.00 figure, and technical readings in the 4 hours chart support a new leg lower, as the price  retreated quite fast from its 100 SMA, while the RSI indicator maintains its bearish slope around 43. In the same chart, the 200 SMA has provided a strong dynamic support last week, currently standing around 115.60, with a break below it opening doors for a downward extension towards 114.00 a long term Fibonacci support.

Support levels: 116.00 115.55 115.10

Resistance levels: 116.60 117.00 117.45

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GBP/USD Money Markets Today

The British Pound fell sharply against all of its major rivals, hitting 1.2123 against the greenback, its lowest since late October, before bouncing modestly. Comments from UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, revived fears of a “hard Brexit,” as in a television interview, she somehow hinted that leaving the EU will also mean leaving the single market, as the government does not want to keep “bits” of EU membership, but seek for the “best possible deal for UK companies to be able to trade in and within the EU and European companies to operate and trade within the UK.” The GBP/USD pair reached extreme oversold conditions, but remains well below the 1.2200 level, unable to attract buyers, and poised to extend its decline, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price accelerated its slide far below a now bearish 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator keeps heading south, despite being in extreme oversold territory, whilst the RSI indicator holds around 32, losing its bearish strength, but far from reversing it. October 25th low, at 1.2088 is the level to watch, as a break below it will open doors for a test of the critical 1.2000 figure.

Support levels: 1.2125 1.2085 1.2050

Resistance levels: 1.2200 1.2240 1.2290

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AUD/USD Money Markets Today

The Aussie was among the most benefited from dollar’s weakness, with the AUD/USD pair reaching a fresh 4-week high of 0.7373 in the US afternoon, also underpinned by continued gains in base metals. Data released at the beginning of the day showed that Australian Building Permits rebounded in November after sinking in October, up by 7.0% monthly basis,  against an upwardly revised slump of 11.8% in the previous month. The YoY figure resulted at -4.8%, against previous -24.9%. The country will release November Retail Sales´ figures during the upcoming Asian session, expected up by 0.4% from previous 0.5%. Technically, the pair has managed to break above a key technical level, the 50% retracement of its latest bearish run at 0.7340, where in the 4 hours chart, it’s also the 200 EMA,  while holding above a bullish 20 SMA, all of which supports some further advances. In the same chart, the Momentum indicator has lost upward strength and turned lower, barely holding above its 100 level, but the RSI indicator keeps nearing overbought readings. The 61.8% retracement of the same slide comes at 0.7390, the level to surpass to confirm further gains this Tuesday.

Support: levels: 0.7340 0.7300 0.7270

Resistance levels: 0.7390 9.7420 0.7450

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GBP/CAD Money Markets Today

The bearish momentum of the GBP/CAD cross was fueled this Monday by a weaker Pound, following UK’s PM Theresa May comments on Brexit. Despite she later said that the media misunderstood her wording, market’s interpreted that the Government is more inclined to protect its borders than to guarantee access to the single market. The cross fell to 1.6034, its lowest since mid-October, and closed the day some 50 pips above this last, overall at risk of falling further, after breaking below the 61.8% retracement of its latest daily advance, now far above the current level, at 1.6390. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that a strongly bearish 20 SMA heads lower also well above the current price, whilst the Momentum indicator keeps heading south within oversold territory, and the RSI indicator resumed its slide, after a modest upward correction, now at 24.

Support levels: 1.6035 1.5980 1.5930

Resistance levels: 1.6120 1.6190 1.6250

Money Markets Today

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Dow Jones Money Markets Today

Wall Street closed mixed, with the DJIA down 76 points or 0.38%, to close at 19.887, 38, and the S&P down 8 points to 2,268.90. The Nasdaq hit an all-time high of 5,541.08 before closing at 5,531.82, up by 10 points. A sharp decline in oil prices led energy companies lower, weighing on the Dow. Exxon Mobil closed 1.65% lower, the worst performer within the Dow, while Merck led gainers’ list, up by 1.38%. The Dow is poised to extend its decline at least short term, as in the daily chart, the benchmark is now pressuring a horizontal 20 DMA, while technical indicators have turned lower, the Momentum indicator still around its 100 level, and the RSI heading south around 59. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the Dow presents a moderate downward potential, as the index is below its 20 SMA and currently breaking below the 100 SMA, whilst technical indicators are hovering around their mid-lines, with no certain directional strength.

Support levels: 19,853 19,806 19,758

Resistance levels: 19,943 20,000 20,045

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FTSE Money Markets Today

The FTSE 100 closed at  another record high of 7,237.77, up by 27 points or 0.38%, helped by an advance in the mining sector, and a weaker Pound that usually boost the profits of the many multinational companies listed on the Footsie. Glencore was the best performer, up by 3.55%, followed by Randgold Resources that gained 2.23%. Capita led losers’ list, down by 2.91%. The daily chart shows that the index maintains the positive tone seen on previous updates, given that the RSI indicator keeps heading north around 75, whilst the Footsie develops well above all of its moving averages. The Momentum indicator in the mentioned time frame has turned modestly lower within positive territory, rather reflecting the limited intraday range than suggesting upward exhaustion. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA keeps heading higher below the current level, while the technical indicators lack directional strength, but hold within positive territory, in line with the larger term perspective.

Support levels: 7,178 7,146 7,110

Resistance levels: 7,239 7,270 7,320

Money Markets Today

Money Markets Today

 

Gold Money Markets Today

Gold prices extended their gains to a fresh 6-week high this Monday, quoting as high as $1,186.09 a troy ounce and ending the day not far below it. The bright metal trimmed post-Payroll losses, and despite the advance is being moderated by speculation of a faster pace of rate hikes in the US, the rally could extend over the next few sessions. The buying potential is being backed by physical demand and technical readings, as in the daily chart, buying interest around the 23.6% retracement of the latest daily slump contains the downside, whilst the price extended far above its 20 SMA, and technical indicators have advanced to fresh 2-month highs within positive territory. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA has continued to provide an intraday dynamic support, and maintains its upward strength below the current level, while the RSI indicator heads north around 67, also supporting further gains. The Momentum indicator, however, is drawing a bearish divergence that still needs to be confirmed, pressuring the 100 level after being able to extend its advance between positive territory.

Support levels: 1,173.10 1,165.20 1,156.15

Resistance levels: 1,186.10 1,197.20 1,208.00

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Why The Wellness Clarinet LTD –

 

Branding by Association and Wow!
Committed to helping people achieve their burning intention and critical net worth (CNW), with passion warmth focus and adventure. Luckily with a well established group of successful companies contributing to the process.

 

David Jean-Baptiste: Executive Chairman and inventor of Flow Centre, a successful clarinettist, saxophonist, trader and entrepreneurial creative thinker. With endorsements as an artist from Henri Selmer Paris  and d’Addario

 

 

THE CLARITIQUE QUESTIONNAIRE

 

 

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1. Can you share one Intention you most desire to achieve?

2. Imagine some likely future situation, what happens when you see yourself making your Intention
come real?

3. Can you imagine your favourite place in the world to relax and feel good? Some people say their
own home and this is good, can you think of another?

4. Being appreciated and respected is a human need, we can all remember at least one time when
we felt appreciated and respected. What happens as you begin to feel loved and respected?

5. What drives your passion positively? Passion sometimes reaches boiling point. What happens
when your passion for something, someone or a situation in your life was so intense it was on
fire, burning inside you with life?

6. When you learn new ways to do act on intention, beautifully your chances of making it come real
multiplies. What else happens as you begin to learn new possibilities?

7. Having a deep sense of fulfillment from within is the best elixir imaginable, magically bringing
you freedom, happiness and satisfaction. It’s good to know that people find different things
fulfilling. Can you remember a time when you felt totally fulfilled?

8. Wow moments often come unexpectedly and are often amazing thrilling us to bits. Can you
describe five different wow moments in your life?

9. The word enrichment conjures up a colourful palette of positive emotions in us. Can you tell me
what the word enrichment means to you?

10. Music is an incredible healing force, enriching the human spirit, also opening and
strengthening the connection between the body and mind. Is there any music giving you
strong feelings?

 

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Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.

What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

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Passive Income Real Estate

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

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The Wellness Clarinet LTD is now sourcing below market value properties to purchase in lease options deals as a means of cash flow generation, security, to beautify the environment and to establish valuable joint venture relationships with private investors for mutual growth.
We are a Music, Lifestyle and Trading firm, creating strategies for people desiring change, the millenial generation, the music industry, and the newly divorced, in personal and financial growth through trading the stock market.

 

This property investment model increases net worth and the net worth of private investors. For the moment this model not part of our value proposition on offer to clients. Our aim is to invest in properties creating a prototype of financial freedom. To beautify the environment through reburbishment and generate positive cash flow for ourselves and joint venture partners.

 

Passive Income Real Estate
Below market value property opportunities are everywhere, and there are certain criteria in which a property owner may wish to let go of their property below market value. Such as a quick sale, being in risk of repossession or as a solution to being in debt.

The property value is £100,000 we buy 25% below market value at £75,000. The deposit of £18,750 is put up by the private investor. So the mortgage on the property would be £56,250.

Let’s assume the property is re-mortgaged after 6 months at its full value of £100,000 and not reburbished. The deposit can be returned to the private investor, plus the monthly agreed interest. And there will be £25,000 in equity left in the property. Plus rental revenues if so desired.

 


1. Split of profit. When the property is sold or remortgaged you the private investor can have a percentage stake in the property, and or ongoing profit. We can own the property together, use a ‘Deed of Trust’. Or you the investor can host the mortgage, for security if necessary.
2. The private investor lends the money to us directly. We pay the agreed interest per money until the money is paid back. Normally 1% to 3% for short term finance. 0.75% to 1.5% for more than 6 months. The security is in the property so any such concern is alleviated.
3. You the private investor receives a percentage of property revenues over 5 years.

 

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Burnout from Stress

Monday, October 24th, 2016

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Burnout from Stress, Recognizing stress symptoms can be a positive influence in that we’re compelled to take action – and the sooner the better.

 

 

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STRESS MANAGEMENT
As we’ve said before, stress is a part of life. There’s no getting away from it. In fact, some stress is good stress. You may not believe that, but sometimes stress can motivate us to do things we may not normally do in a relaxed state. Stress can make us brave enough to go forward when normally we might hesitate. We have to be resilient in order to effectively cope with stress and help it enhance our life instead of control it. How do you get strong and resilient? By learning how to take control of your stress and make it work FOR you instead of AGAINST you.

Recognizing stress symptoms can be a positive influence in that we’re compelled to take action – and the sooner the better. It’s not always easy to discern why you have the stress in each situation but some of the more common events that trigger those emotions are the death of a loved one, the birth of a child, a job promotion, or a new relationship. We experience stress as we readjust our lives.

Your body is asking for your help when you feel these stress symptoms.

We’re going to give you many suggestions. Not all of them will work for you, but we’re willing to bet that some of them will. There are three major approaches to manage stress.

The first is the action-oriented approach. In this method, the problems that cause stress are identified and necessary changes are made for a stress free life.

The next approach is emotionally oriented and in it, the person overcomes stress by giving a different color to the experience that caused stress. The situation, which causes stress, is seen humorously or from a different angle. I especially advocate this approach to stress management. Sometimes if you don’t laugh at a situation, you’ll cry – uncontrollably. That’s no solution. So learn to see the humor instead of the doom.

The third way is acceptance-oriented approach. This approach focuses on surviving the stress caused due to some problem in the past.

The first stress management tip is to understand the root cause of your stress. No one understands your problem better than you do. A few minutes spend to recognize your true feelings can completely change the situation. During this process, identify what triggered the stress. If someone close to your heart is nearby share it with the person. If you are overstressed and feel you are going to collapse, take a deep breath and count till ten. This pumps extra oxygen into your system and rejuvenates the entire body.

When under severe stress meditate for a moment and pull out of the current situation for a little while. Stand up from your current position and walk. Stretch yourself. Soon you will find that the stress has lessened. This is because you have relaxed now and relaxation is the best medicine for stress. Smiling is yet another way of stress management. If you are at the work place, just stand up and smile at your colleague in the far corner. You will see a change in your mood. Learn some simple yoga or mediation techniques.

You can also invent your own stress management tips. The basic idea is to identify the cause of stress and to pull out from it for a moment and then deal with it. Taking a short walk and looking at objects in nature is another stress reliever. Drinking a glass of water or playing small games are simple stress management techniques. The whole idea is change the focus of attention and when you return to the problem, it does not look as monstrous as you felt before.

Here are five quick steps you can take toward relieving stress:

1. Don’t just sit there. Move!
According to many psychologists, motion creates emotion. You might notice that when you are idle, it’s easier to become depressed. Your heart rate slows down, less oxygen travels to your brain, and you are slumped somewhere in a chair blocking air from reaching your lungs.

I challenge you right now, regardless of how you are feeling, to get up and walk around at a fast tempo. Maybe you might want to go to an empty room and jump up and down a little bit. It may sound silly but the results speak for themselves. Try it now for a few minutes. It works like magic.

Exercise can be a great stress buster. People with anxiety disorders might worry that aerobic exercise could bring on a panic attack. After all, when you exercise, your heart rate goes up, you begin to sweat, and your breathing becomes heavier.

Don’t panic – it’s not an attack! Tell yourself this over and over while you’re exercising. Realize that there’s a big difference between the physical side of exercise and what happens when you exercise.

2. Smell the roses.
How do you smell the roses? How about investing some money to go on that one trip you’ve been dreaming about? Visit a country with lots of exotic places to jolt your imagination and spur your creativity. You need to detach from your daily activities and venture a little bit.

3. Help others cope with their problems.
It is very therapeutic when you engross yourself in helping others. You will be surprised how many people’s problems are worse than those you may be facing. You can offer others assistance in countless ways. Don’t curl up in your bed and let depression and stress take hold of you.

Get out and help somebody. But be careful. Don’t get caught up in other people’s problems in an attempt to forget about your own. I am constantly being called by friends and family when they want to vent or get advice. I joke and tell them “Don’t call the ‘crazy’ person for advice!” But there are times that I find myself worrying about the ones who call me and I get caught up in what they’re going through. This just gives me more stress than I already have and I find that I have to step away and re-assess myself and my priorities.

I’m now to the point where I can tell them that I just can’t deal with it right now and to call back later. Sometimes, they get upset, but more often than not, they understand. But I’ve learned not to get too upset about their reactions. If it won’t matter in a week, it should matter right now.

4. Laugh a little.
By now you’ve heard that laughter is a good internal medicine. It relieves tension and loosens the muscles. It causes blood to flow to the heart and
brain. More importantly, laughter releases a chemical that rids the body of pains.

Every day, researchers discover new benefits of laughter. Let me ask you this question: “Can you use a good dose of belly-shaking laughter every now and then?” Of course you can. What you are waiting for? Go a comedy club or rent some funny movies.

5. Wear your knees out.
If there were one sustainable remedy I could offer you when the going gets tough, it would be prayer. Many people, depending on their faith, might call it meditation. It doesn’t matter to me what you call it, as long as you have a place to run to.

There you have a few quick fixes when you’re feeling stressed. Want more? No problem!

 

 

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6. Make stress your friend!
Acknowledge that stress is good and make stress your friend! Based on the body’s natural “fight or flight” response that burst of energy will enhance your performance at the right moment. I’ve yet to see a top sportsman totally relaxed before a big competition. Use stress wisely to push yourself that little bit harder when it counts most.

7. Stress is contagious
What we mean by this is that negative people can be a huge stressor. Negativity breeds stress and some people know how to do nothing but complain. Now you can look at this in one of two ways. First, they see you as a positive, upbeat person and hope that you can bring them back “up”. If that’s not it, then they’re just a negative person and can’t feel better about themselves unless those around them are negative as well.

Don’t get caught up in their downing behavior. Recognize that these kinds of people have their own stress and then limit your contact with them. You can try to play stress doctor and teach them how to better manage their stress, but be aware that this may contribute more to your own stress, so tread lightly.

8. Copy good stress managers
When people around are losing their head, which keeps calm? What are they doing differently? What is their attitude? What language do they use? Are they trained
and experienced?

Figure it out from afar or sit them down for a chat. Learn from the best stress managers and copy what they do.

9. Use heavy breathing.
You can trick your body into relaxing by using heavy breathing. Breathe in slowly for a count of 7 then breathe out for a count of 11. Repeat the 7-11 breathing until your heart rate slows down, your sweaty palms dry off and things start to feel more normal.

10. Stop stress thought trains
It is possible to tangle yourself up in a stress knot all by yourself. “If this happens, then that might happen and then we’re all up the creek!” Most of these things never happen, so why waste all that energy worrying needlessly?

Give stress thought-trains the red light and stop them in their tracks. Okay so it might go wrong – how likely is that and what can you do to prevent it?

11. Know your stress hot spots and trigger points Presentations, interviews, meetings, giving difficult feedback, tight deadlines…….

My heart rate is cranking up just writing these down! Make your own list of stress trigger points or hot spots. Be specific.

Is it only presentations to a certain audience that get you worked up?

Does one project cause more stress than another? Did you drink too much coffee?

Knowing what causes your stress is powerful information, as you can take action to make it less stressful.

Do you need to learn some new skills? Do you need extra resources? Do you need to switch to decaffeinated coffee?

12. Eat, drink, sleep and be merry!
Lack of sleep, poor diet and no exercise wreaks havoc on our body and mind. Kind of obvious, but worth mentioning as it’s often ignored as a stress management technique. Listen to your mother and don’t burn the candle at both ends!

Avoid using artificial means to dealing with yourstress. That means don’t automatically pour a glass of wine when you think you’re getting stressed out and don’t light up a cigarette. In actuality, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and drugs can make the problem worse. A better idea is to practice the relaxation techniques we’ve given you. Then, once you’re relaxed, you can have that glass of wine if you want.

13. Go outside and enjoy Mother Nature.
A little sunshine and activity can have amazing ramifications on your stress level and will enhance your entire outlook towards life. Your improved attitude will have a positive effect on everyone in your family and/ or circle of friends; things which seem overwhelming will soon become trivial matters, causing you to wonder what the predicament was.

Not only will you be less stressed, you will be healthier, happier, and more energetic; ready to face whatever obstacles come your way.

14. Give yourself permission to be a ‘kid’ again.
What did you enjoy when you were a child? Draw; paint; be creative. Play with Play- dough, dance, or read. Play music, allow yourself freedom to express yourself without worry that you’re not keeping with the image of who you are ‘supposed’ to be. Just relax and enjoy yourself. We all have a little child in us and it’s a good idea to allow expression of the child within from time to time.

If I might say so, this suggestion is excellent and very therapeutic.
I speak from experience. I can tell you that there is nothing more satisfying than buying a brand new box of 64 Crayons – the one with the sharpener in the box – and coloring away in a coloring book. My grandson loves it when I use this stress buster!

15. Don’t set unrealistic for goals for yourself.
Many of us set ourselves up for defeat simply by setting unrealistic goals for ourselves. For example, if you are dieting, realize you cannot lose 40 pounds in one or two months.

Or maybe you are trying to reach a goal of obtaining a particular job position; whatever your goal is allow sufficient time to reach your goals and realize occasional setbacks may occur.

If you reach your goal without any delays, you will be even happier with yourself for arriving quicker than you planned, but don’t expect it. In fact don’t expect anything; expectations and reality are often two entirely different things.

16. Learn it is OK to say ‘no’ occasionally.
Often, many of us feel we have to say ‘yes’ to everyone, every time we are asked for help and feel that we must respond in a positive fashion. But, remember, you cannot be all things to all people. You must first meet your own needs before you can truly give others what they need while at the same time keeping yourself happy.

17. You do not have to do everything your family, friends, and others ask.
Of course you can help others, but first make sure you have done what is necessary to take care of yourself.

18. Make time for yourself, your number one priority; once your own needs are met you will find you have more time for others.

And you may find more pleasure in helping others when you don’t feel that you must always put others needs before your own.

We’re not done yet! There are so many great ways to combat stress and anxiety. You deserve to get all the information you can. After all, that’s really why you’re reading this post, isn’t it? Here’s some more stress busters.

 

 

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19. I really love this thought and have used it many times myself! Yell!
That’s right, scream at the top of your lungs – as loud as you can. While this may not be feasible in your home, it works great when you’re in your car with the windows rolled up. Let out a guttural yelp from deep down inside. It’s liberating!

20. Sing. As we said in the previous chapter, music can be extremely beneficial when getting rid of stress.

Think how much better you can feel when you belt out “Copacabana” at the top of your lungs! Who cares if you can’t carry a tune? You’re doing this for you!

21. Take up a new hobby like knitting or crocheting.
Don’t worry about being good at it. It’s the process that’s beneficial. Sitting still while performing repetitive movements is calming and stabilizing for many people. It can be time to collect your thoughts.

22. Start a garden. Even apartment-dwellers can do this. Inside in pots, pots on the patio, pots, a small spot in your yard.
There is a little work to setting it up. Tending plants, fruits, vegetables, flowers and watching them grow, bloom, or yield food is rewarding. Avid gardeners say working a garden is the best way to control stress and worry. An added benefit is the creation of a more beautiful, restful environment.

23. Play with a dog or cat.
Experts say pet owners have longer lives and fewer stress symptoms that nonpet owners. Playing with your pet provide good vibrations – for you and for the pet! It’s a form of social interaction with no pressure to meet anyone’s expectations!

24. Look at the stars and the moon.
It can be a very humbling experience to lay on a blanket with your hands behind your head and gaze up into the night sky. It’s more than humbling; it’s downright beautiful and relaxing!

Just the other night, my grandson and I got a blanket out and lay in the yard looking at the moon going behind the clouds and gazing at the stars. He’s only three, so it’s a fascinating experience for him, but looking at the sky through his eyes made it even more fascinating for me. I could feel all my worries melting away as we chatted about the astronauts that get to see the stars close up and how big the universe is while we remain so small. When you look at the vastness of the sky, you realize that our problems are small compared to that. I also get great comfort from seeing that one bright star in the sky that is always above my house.

When my best friend’s mother died, we got out of the car after coming from her visitation and my friend’s five-year-old and I stopped to star gaze. She pointed out one particular star and said “That’s my grandma. She’s our guardian angel now.” Every time I see that star, I know Cheryl’s there and she’ll help get me through anything!

25. Treat yourself to some comfort food.
But be careful or over-eating could become your big stressor. Enjoy in moderation and make yourself feel better. I love mashed potatoes and gravy and macaroni and cheese. Those are my comfort foods. But I make sure that I don’t overdo it. I give myself just enough to bring on that calming feeling.

26. Swing. Remember the feeling of sitting inside that little piece of leather on the playground as you sway back and forth and feel the wind whipping through you hair? Do that!

If you don’t have a swing in your yard, go to a playground and remember to pump your legs back and forth to see how high you can go. It’s liberating!

27. Take a candle lit bubble bath.
Even you guys out there can benefit from a warm bath bathed in the soft glow of candlelight. Lay your head back, feel the bubbles and the warm water, and let your stress go right down the drain when you pull the plug! Phew! There you have twenty-seven ways to relax and de-stress! You can come up with your own ways as well!

The key, really, is to find something that makes you feel better when you are overwhelmed and practice that method faithfully. You’ll be a healthier person overall.
JUST SAY NO!

One huge problem people who are overly stressed out have is the ability to say “No” when they need to. Maybe your mother wants you to take Grandma to the store, but you’re in the middle of a big work project. Perhaps your best friend asks if you wouldn’t mind babysitting her kids when you’ve already made plans with yourself to get a haircut.

There’s no reason why you have to say “Yes” to everyone. In fact, there are often many times when you should turn them down. If you find yourself agreeing to do things when you really don’t want to, you’re a people pleaser. In general, this isn’t a bad trait to have, but it can be a huge stressor.
People pleasers think of other people’s needs before their own. They worry about what other people want, think, or need, and spend a lot of time doing things for others.

They rarely do things for themselves, and feel guilty when they do. It’s hard being a people pleaser. People pleasers hold back from saying what they really think or from asking for what they want if they think someone will be upset with them for it. Yet they often spend time with people who don’t consider their needs at all. In fact, people pleasers often feel driven to make insensitive or unhappy people feel better – even at the detriment to themselves.

Constantly trying to please other people is draining and many people pleasers feel anxious, worried, unhappy, and tired a lot of the time. They may not understand why no one does anything for them, when they do so much for others – but they often won’t ask for what they need.

This is the trap I fell into. I found myself always agreeing to do for others but when I needed those same people to help ME out, they were curiously occupied. A people pleaser may believe that if they ask someone for help and that person agrees, that person would be giving out of obligation, not because they really wanted to. The thinking goes – if they really wanted to help, they would have offered without my asking.

This line of thinking happens because people pleasers themselves feel obliged to help and do not always do things because they want to. Sadly, people pleasers have been taught that their worth depends on doing things for other people.

It’s painful being a people pleaser – believe me, I know!
People pleasers are not only very sensitive to other people’s feelings, and often take things personally, but they also rarely focus on themselves.

When they do take a moment for themselves, they feel selfish, indulgent, and guilty which is why they are often on the go, rushing to get things done. Because people pleasers accomplish so much and are easy to get along with, they are often the first to be asked to do things – they are vulnerable to be being taken advantage of.

People pleasers were most likely raised in homes where their needs and feelings were not valued, respected, or considered important. They were often expected as children to respond to or to take care of other people’s needs. Or they may have been silenced, neglected, or otherwise abused, thus learning that their feelings and needs were not important.

In many cultures, girls are raised to be people pleasers- to think of others’ needs first, and to neglect their own. Many women have at least some degree of people pleasing in them. Men who identified with their mothers often do as well.

People pleasers’ focus is mostly on others and away from themselves. They often feel empty, or don’t know how they feel, what they think, or what they want for themselves. But it’s possible to change this pattern and to feel better about yourself.

I managed to learn how to break out of this cycle. You can do the same thing if you see yourself in the above description. You want to know how? It’s easier than you
think!

First, practice saying NO. This is a very important word! Say it as often as you can, just to hear the word come out of your mouth. Say it out loud when you are alone. Practice phrases with NO in them, such as, “No, I can’t do that” or “No, I don’t want to go there”. Try it for simple things first, and then build your way up to harder situations.

Stop saying YES all the time. Try to pause or take a breath before responding to someone’s request. You may want to answer requests with “I need to think about it first, I’ll get back to you” or “Let me check my schedule and call you back”. Use any phrase that you feel comfortable with that gives you time before you automatically respond with YES.

Take small breaks, even if you feel guilty. You won’t always feel guilty, but most likely, in the beginning you will. Remember that your mental health is well worth the
aggravation you may have to take from others. What’s important is you. When you are healthy, those around you will be healthy!

Figure out what gives you pleasure. For example, you may like reading magazines, watching videos, going to a park, or listening to music. Give yourself permission to do
those things and then enjoy them.

Ask someone to help you with something. I know this is a hard one but you can do it! After all, everyone else is asking YOU for favors, why shouldn’t YOU ask THEM? Just be tolerant if they turn you down. Just because you have always told them “Yes” doesn’t mean they always have to tell you “Yes”.

Check in with how you feel and what you are thinking. It’s important to be aware of these things; they’re part of who you are. And then try saying what you feel and think more often. Just remember to have a little decorum in certain situations.

Many people pleasers believe that nobody will like them if they stop doing things for other people. If someone stops liking you because you don’t do what they ask, then you’re being used by them and probably don’t want them as a friend anyway.

People will like you for who you are and not simply for what you do. You deserve to take time to yourself, to say NO, and to take care of yourself without feeling guilty. It’s within your reach to change – one small step at a time! I think most people would be in complete agreement when I make this next statement. McDonald’s had it right – You Deserve A Break Today

 

 

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TAKE A BREAK
So often, we know inside ourselves that we need a break. That break might be a full-fledged vacation or a weekend getaway. Either way, getting out of the daily grind
can be amazingly liberating and a huge way to get rid of stress and anxiety. Unfortunately, many people think they can’t take the time to get away. This is toxic thinking. Get out and get away!

How many times have you continued working, knowing that you are not giving 100% to the task at hand? How many times have you read or written the same sentence over and over again, as your mind keeps wandering and thinking about other things? How often have you wanted to take a break from the family or kids but feared the consequences of doing so? It’s time for a break!

Why do we not allow ourselves the time to take a ‘time out’? Perhaps we feel like we don’t deserve it or that there’s just too much to be done. There are many genuine reasons for needing to complete jobs and tasks; however we may also on occasion have ‘hidden agendas’ as to why we cannot stop for a break. Why?

It could be ego. Some people simply enjoy boasting about, ‘how late they had to work in order to complete a project’ or ‘how much effort they invested in order to complete the job so quickly’. This type of person is often looking to impress others with their efforts, thereby increasing their ego in the process.

Maybe you think you just can’t take the time off. “I can’t stop; I just have to get this finished”. Does this sound familiar? “I can’t stop because the job has to be finished, WHY? So I can move straight on to the next thing, and the next, and the next etc…” This person will find that there is always something that has to be done, which will constantly prevent him/her from taking a break.

Maybe you just feel like you need to be needed. A mother managing the household, kids and other chores may feel as if her household will collapse if she were to put her feet up or take a weekend off! By not taking a break she can keep convincing herself that her role is crucial and the family would collapse without her input. This may indeed be true, but is still not a good enough reason to prevent her having a rest!

Get rid of that thinking! You can get some amazing benefits just by taking a little time for yourself! Allowing your mind and/or body to rest can help re-focus your
attention, sharpen your wits and increase motivation. In addition, taking time out helps to relieve stress, can aid the recovery of tired muscles and also promotes the discovery that there is more to life than just work.

Many athletes will tell you that an important part of their training routine is rest. Muscles need time to repair after a workout. Remember that your brain is a type of muscle as well. It needs time to rest and recuperate in order to perform at its best. By giving your brain time off, you’ll be able to better concentrate and give tasks you once found difficult your full attention. They’ll be easier, believe me!

So you’ve decided that a break is in order. Good for you! A break can be anything from a 10-minute meditation session to a trip around the world, and anything in-between.

I think a break should be something that takes your mind off of a preoccupation with the everyday tedium of life. So depending on the time you wish to avail towards relaxing you may enjoy reading, watching a movie, cooking, playing with the kids, riding a motorbike or driving, exercising or doing sports, traveling or simply sleeping!

While you are taking this rest, above all, allow yourself the time to do it and don’t feel guilty about. You will gain so very much by this time off, so enjoy the time you are giving yourself.

Life will go on without you and contrary to what your mind might be telling you, everyone will survive – even when you’re not there! Let everything go and concentrate
on YOU for once instead of everyone around you!

If you’re feeling tired, unmotivated or just in need of a rest, don’t be a martyr or look negatively at this. You may actually find that in reality, allowing yourself a break will actually help you ultimately become more efficient and effective in every part of your life. Plus you’ll get the badly needed recharging of your “batteries” that you need and sorely deserve!

Work can probably be one of the most stressful places to be. You might think that none of these techniques can help you when you’re around your co-workers. You couldn’t be more wrong.

 

 

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RELAXING AT WORK
Coffee breaks aren’t the only times when you can take a moment for yourself. Experience has actually taught me that coffee (or smoke) breaks can actually add to the stress you feel when you’re at work.

Some of the suggestions we’ve given you can certainly be practiced at work, but, unfortunately, others cannot. Here’s a tried and true method to help you relax at
work.

First and foremost, find a place to sit. Sit up straight with your back against the back of your chair, your feet flat on the floor, and your hands resting lightly on your thighs. If possible, close your eyes. You may do the exercise without closing your eyes, but closing your eyes will help you relax a bit more. Do not clench your eyes shut. Let your eyelids fall naturally.

Breathe in slowly through your nose, counting to 5. Hold the breath for a count of 5. Breathe out slowly, counting to five. Repeat.

This exercise is performed by tensing and holding a set of muscles for a count of 5, and then relaxing the set of muscles for a count of 5.

When you tense each muscle set, do it as hard as you can without hurting yourself. When you release the hold, be as relaxed as possible.

Begin by tensing your feet. Do this by pulling your feet off the floor and your toes toward you while keeping your heels on the floor. Hold for a slow count of 5. Release the hold. Let your feet fall gently back. Feel the relaxation. Think about how it feels compared to when you tensed the muscles. Relax for a count of 5.

Next tense your thigh muscles as hard as you can. Hold for a count of 5. Relax the muscles and count to 5. Tighten your abdominal muscles and hold for a count of 5. Relax the muscles for a count of 5. Be sure you are continuing to sit up straight.

Tense your arm and hand muscles by squeezing your hands into fists as hard as you can. Hold for a count of 5. Relax the muscles completely for a count of 5. Tighten your upper back by pushing your shoulders back as if you are trying to touch your shoulder blades together. Hold for a count of 5. Relax for a count of 5.

Tense your shoulders by raising them toward your ears as if shrugging and holding for a count of 5. Relax for a count of 5.

Tighten your neck first by gently moving your head back (as if looking at the ceiling) and holding for 5. Relax for 5. Then gently drop your head forward and hold for 5. Relax for a count of 5.

Tighten your face muscles. First open your mouth wide and hold for 5. Relax for 5. Then raise your eye brows up high and hold for 5. Relax for 5. Finally clench your eyes tightly shut and hold for 5. Relax (with eyes gently closed) for 5.

Finish the exercise with breathing. Breathe in slowly through your nose, counting to 5. Hold the breath for a count of 5. Breathe out slowly, counting to five. Repeat 4 times. And that’s it!

Perform this exercise whenever you need to relax, whether it’s on a plane or in a car or anyplace else you may be sitting. Because this exercise may be very relaxing, it should not be performed while driving.

Over time, if performed regularly, this exercise will help you recognize tension in your body. You will be able to relax muscles at any time rather than performing the entire exercise. Perform at least twice a day for long-term results.

You may develop your own longer relaxation exercise by adding more muscle groups. Pinpoint your own areas of tension then tense and relax these areas in the same way. Maximize the relaxation benefits of this exercise by visualizing a peaceful scene at the end of the exercise. Visualize a scene – a place where you feel relaxed – in detail for at least 5 minutes. Remember the happy place? Go there and enjoy it!

 

 

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CONCLUSION
If you’ve learned nothing from reading this book, we hope you realize and understand that there is NO WAY to completely eliminate stress from your life. What you can do is to learn how to make that stress work FOR you.

Stress management isn’t as difficult as it might actuallyseem. However, we can’t emphasize this next point enough. If you think you have too much stress in your life, it may be helpful to talk with your doctor, spiritual advisor, or local mental health association. Because reactions to stress can be a factor in depression, anxiety and other disorders, they may suggest that you visit with a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, or another qualified counselor.

We don’t want to present ourselves as medical professionals. All we want to do is give you some tools to implement in your life to help you better cope with those things that make us overwhelmed and feel out of control. You may also want to look into time management tools in order to get rid of some of your stressors. When we feel like we don’t have enough time to do the things that need to be done, that creates more stress and can lead to anxiety which, believe me, you don’t want to have!

Stress management tips are simple cost effective methods to effectively check stress. They can be practiced anywhere and at anytime. Well, almost!

If you feel you are in need of help, do not hesitate. You might not be correct always. The cause of your stress might be for no reason at all. But it might be physical in its roots. Someone else might be able to solve it easily. Understand your limitations and it can relieve stress to a large extent. Stress is a normal part of life. In small quantities, stress is good — it can motivate you and help you be more productive. However, too much stress, or a strong response to stress, is harmful.

It can set you up for general poor health as well as specific physical or psychological illnesses like infection, heart disease, or depression. Persistent and unrelenting stress often leads to anxiety and unhealthy behaviors like overeating and abuse of alcohol or drugs.

Just like causes of stress differ from person to person, what relieves stress is not the same for everyone. In general, however, making certain lifestyle changes as well as finding healthy, enjoyable ways to cope with stress helps most people. I hope that I’ve given you some great ways of dealing with the stress that we all feel!

Above all, remember that you are in no way alone in this battle. There are hundreds of thousands of people out there who feel overwhelmed and nearly completely out of
control. That’s why we wanted to give you this book. So you can find peace within yourself and realize that we’re all on this big blue marble for a reason.

You are too! Enjoy it and live life to its fullest. And when you feel yourself stressed out or beset with a panic attack, relax, breathe through it, and know that there are many, many people who know exactly how you feel. I like Bobby McFerrin’s philosophy best of all – “Don’t Worry, Be Happy!”

 

 

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CALM YOURSELF WITH VISUALIZATION
The purpose of visualization is to enable you to quickly clear mental stress, tension, and anxious thinking. The visualization can be used when feeling stressed and is particularly useful when your mind is racing with fearful, anxious thinking. This visualization process, when practiced frequently, is very effective for eliminating deep-seated mental anxieties or intrusive thoughts. To gain maximum benefit, the exercise must be carried out for longer then 10 minutes at a time, as anything shorter will not bring noticeable results.

There is no right or wrong way to carry out the visualization. Be intuitive with it and do not feel you are unable to carry it out if you feel you are not very good at seeing mental imagery. As long as your attention is on the exercise, you will gain benefit. It is best to do this exercise in a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed, and then when you are more practiced you will be able to get the same positive results in a busier environment such as the workplace. You should notice a calming effect on your state of mind along with a sensation of mental release and relaxation. Either sitting or standing, close your eyes and move your attention to your breath. To become aware of your breathing, place one hand on your upper chest and one on your stomach. Take a breath and let your stomach swell forward as you breathe in and fall back gently as you breathe out. Take the same depth of breath each time and try to get a steady rhythm going.

Your hand on your chest should have little or no movement. Again, try to take the same depth of breath each time you breathe in. This is called Diaphragmatic Breathing. When you feel comfortable with this technique, try to slow your breathing rate down by instituting a short pause after you have breathed out and before you breathe in again. Initially, it may feel as though you are not getting enough air in, but with regular practice this slower rate will soon start to feel comfortable.

It is often helpful to develop a cycle where you count to three when you breathe in, pause, and then count to three when you breathe out (or 2, or 4—whatever is comfortable for you). This will also help you focus on your breathing without any other thoughts coming into your mind. If you are aware of other thoughts entering your mind, just let them go and bring your attention back to counting and breathing. Continue doing this for a few minutes.

(If you practice this, you will begin to strengthen the Diaphragmatic Muscle, and it will start to work normally—leaving you with a nice relaxed feeling all the time.)

Now move your attention to your feet. Try to really feel your feet. See if you can feel each toe. Picture the base of your feet and visualize roots growing slowly out through your soles and down into the earth. The roots are growing with quickening pace and are reaching deep into the soil of the earth. You are now rooted firmly to the earth and feel stable like a large oak or redwood tree.

Stay with this feeling of grounded safety and security for a few moments. Once you have created a strong feeling or impression of being grounded like a tree, visualize a cloud of bright light forming way above you. A bolt of lightning from the luminous cloud hits the crown of your head, and that ignites a band of bright white light descending slowly from your head all the way down your body, over your legs, and out past your toes.

As the band of light passes over you, feel it clearing your mental state. It is illuminating your mind and clearing any disturbing or stressful thoughts that you may have been thinking about. Repeat this image four or five times until you feel a sense of clearing and release from any anxious thinking.

In finishing, see yourself standing under a large, luminescent waterfall. The water is radiant and bubbling with vitality and life. As you stand under the waterfall, you can feel the water run over every inch of your body, soothing you and instilling within you a sense of deep calm. Try to taste the water. Open your mouth and let it run into your mouth, refreshing you. Hear it as it bounces off the ground around you. The water is life itself and it is washing away stress and worry from your mind and body.

After a moment, open your eyes. Try to use all of your senses when carrying out the visualization. To make the pictures in your mind as real as possible, use your senses of touch, taste, and hearing. Feel the water trickle down your body; hear the sound it makes as it splashes over you.

The more realistic the imagined scenarios, the more benefit you will gain. Many people report very beneficial and soothing results from using these simple visualizations frequently. The mind is much like a muscle in that, in order to relax, it needs to regularly release what it is holding onto. You can use any situation or location that will help calm you. We liken this to “finding your happy place”. Maybe you feel relaxed in a swimming pool or on the beach. Imagine yourself there. Just make sure wherever you go in your mind is a place where you can be calm and rested.

By visualizing the different situations, you are allowing your mind to release. It is like sending a message to your brain that when you close your eyes and begin this process it is time for letting go of anything that it has been mentally holding onto, including anxious thinking. In order to train your mind how to let go of the stress, it is important to practice this daily. With practice, you can learn to release all stress within minutes of starting the exercise. Your daily practice should take place before going to bed, as that will enable you to sleep more soundly.

Many people do not do these visualizations in the bedroom but some other room before going to bed. That way, when they enter the bedroom and close the door, they are leaving the mental stress and anxious thinking behind them. Just be sure you have the opportunity to totally concentrate on your mental images.

Visualization as a tool for dealing with mental stress is very effective. If such visualization is carried out properly, you can reach a deep feeling of inner calm. This technique probably will not work in helping to end an anxiety attack, but it can help that attack from beginning. It is a very powerful support tool for ridding yourself of general anxiety sensations.

With practice, you find you go days without having anxious thinking interrupt your life, and importantly, this significantly reduces the level of general anxiety you feel.

Visualization is simply a tool you can use to overcome anxious thoughts and feelings. Let’s look at various waysthat you can combat excessive stress – beginning with music.

 

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USING MUSIC TO BEAT STRESS
Listening to music does wonder to alleviate stress. Everyone has different tastes in music. We should listen to the music that makes us feel comfortable. Sitting down and forcing yourself to listen to relaxation music that you don’t like may create stress, not alleviate it. Music is a significant mood-changer and reliever of stress, working on many levels at once.

The entire human energetic system is extremely influenced by sounds, the physical body and chakra centers respond specifically to certain tones and frequencies. Special consideration should be given to the positive effects of one actually playing or creating music themselves. Among the first stress-fighting changes that take place when we hear a tune is an increase in deep breathing. The body’s production of serotonin also accelerates.

Playing music in the background while we are working, seemingly unaware of the music itself, has been found to reduce the stress of the workplace. That’s why so many retail places play music while you shop – to take your mind off the high prices! Music was found to reduce heart rates and to promote higher body temperature – an indication of the onset of relaxation. Combining music with relaxation therapy was more effective than doing relaxation therapy alone.

Many experts suggest that it is the rhythm of the music or the beat that has the calming effect on us although we may not be very conscious about it. They point out that when we were a baby in our mother’s womb, we probably were influenced by the heart beat of our mother. We respond to the soothing music at later stages in life, perhaps associating it with the safe, relaxing, protective environment provided by our mother.

Music can be one of the most soothing or nerve wracking experiences available. Choosing what will work for any individual is difficult, most will choose something they ‘like’ instead of what might be beneficial. In doing extensive research on what any given piece of music produces in the physiological response system many unexpected things were found. Many of the so-called meditation and relaxation recordings actually produced adverse EEG patterns, just as bad as Hard Rock and Heavy Metal.

The surprising thing was many selections of Celtic, Native American as well as various music containing loud drums or flute were extremely soothing. The most profound finding was any music performed live and even at moderately loud volumes even if it was somewhat discordant had very a beneficial response.

As we mentioned before, there is not a single music that is good for everyone. People have different tastes. It is important that you like the music being played. I recently picked up a rest and relaxation CD at Wal-Mart that has done wonders for me. It has the sounds of the ocean in the background while beautiful piano music plays. It’s very soothing.

One note here, it’s probably not a good idea to play certain types of ballads or songs that remind you of a sad time in your life when you’re trying to de-stress. The reason is obvious. You’re trying to relax and wash away the anxious thoughts. The last thing that you need is for a sad song to bring back memories you don’t need anyway.

Here are some general guidelines to follow when using music to de-stress.

• To wash away stress, try taking a 20-minute “sound bath.” Put some relaxing music on your stereo, and then lie in a comfortable position on a couch or on the floor near the speakers. For a deeper experience, you can wear headphones to focus your attention and to avoid distraction.

• Choose music with a slow rhythm – slower than the natural heart beat which is about 72 beats per minute. Music that has repeating or cyclical pattern is found to be effective in most people.

• As the music plays, allow it to wash over you, rinsing off the stress from the day. Focus on your breathing, letting it deepen, slow and become regular. Concentrate on the silence between the notes in the music; this keeps you from analyzing the music and makes relaxation more complete.

• If you need stimulation after a day of work, go for a faster music rather than slow calming music. Turn up the volume and DANCE! It doesn’t matter if you can actually dance or not. Just move along with the music and do what feels good. You’ll be shocked at the release you can feel!

• When going gets tough, go for a music you are familiar with – such as a childhood favorite or favorite oldies. Familiarity often breeds calmness.

• Take walks with your favorite music playing on the walkman. Inhale and exhale in tune with the music. Let the music takes you. This is a great stress reliever by combining exercise (brisk walk), imagery and music.

• Listening to the sounds of nature, such as ocean waves or the calm of a deep forest, can reduce stress. Try taking a 15- to 20-minute walk if you’re near the seashore or a quiet patch of woods. If not, you can buy tapes of these sounds in many music stores. This has been very calming for me – you should try it too!
There’s another great relaxation technique that I have found in coping with my own anxiety problems: self hypnosis.

 

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A few weeks ago, I was feeling particularly overwhelmed with stress and anxiety. It seemed like anything that could go wrong, did go wrong. I felt like I was spinning out of control.

I happened to be writing a book on yoga and meditation at the time and came across a website that offered a downloadable mp3 hypnotic relaxation session. It cost me about $20 and it was the best $20 I have ever spent!

There are plenty of places on the internet where you can get these downloadable sessions for a small fee. However, you can also practice self-hypnosis on your own. You first need to find a quiet place where you can fully relax and listen to your inner voice. You shouldn’t TRY to make something happen. Let your mind listen and relax. A large part of achieving that hypnotic state is to allow it to happen naturally.

Also, don’t watch for certain signs or signals that you might be in a hypnotic state. We can guarantee that if you look for these signs, you won’t be able to fully relax and gain the benefits of self-hypnosis.

There are lots of different ways to experience hypnosis. No two people will have exactly the same experience. In one respect, though, everyone has the same experience: the hypnotic state is always pleasant! There are no “bad trips” in hypnosis. Keep in mind that self-hypnosis is a skill, and that you will continue to get better at it and, as you do, it becomes ever more powerful.

It’s a good idea to set up a schedule of practice, allowing yourself anywhere between 10 and 30 minutes, depending on how busy you are and how much time you have to spend at it. Practice during the best part of your day if you can and at a time when you are least likely to be disturbed by others.

Most people find it best to practice lying down, in a comfortable position, with as few distractions as possible. If you are bothered by noise while you practice you can try to mask out the noise with some other source of sound. You can try stereo music in the background, or white noise if you like. If like most people you don’t have a white noise generator, try tuning a radio receiver between stations. The static you get when you do that is similar to white noise. However this takes an older or cheaper FM receiver without a noise suppressor. Sometimes AM tuners can be used for this. This should just be in the background and not too loud to be distracting.

The basic divisions of a hypnotic induction are relaxation, deepening, suggestion application, and termination.

1. Relaxation
Your first job in the hypnotic induction is to slow the juices down and get yourself relaxed. But don’t try to force your mind to relax (whatever that means)! If you get yourself physically relaxed, your mind will follow. Relaxation – really deep relaxation – is an ability that most people have either lost or never developed. Some people can do it quite easily, though.

They just let go of their tensions and let every part of their body become limp and relaxed. If you are one of these people, begin your self hypnosis practice by getting nicely relaxed. Take your time. This is not something you want to rush.

The time involved for the relaxation phase of your self hypnosis induction can vary from half an hour to just a few seconds. It is an important part of the induction and should not be slighted. As you get better and your skill increases you will recognize deeply relaxed states, and you will be able to achieve them in a surprisingly short time.

But as a beginner, take your time. It will be time well spent.

A very popular method of deep relaxation is the Jacobson Progressive Relaxation procedure. This involves tensing each of the major muscle groups of your body (foot and lower leg on each side, upper leg and hip, abdomen, etc.). Tense the muscle group for a few seconds, then let go.

2. Deepening Procedures
Once you have completed the relaxation phase of your self-hypnosis induction procedure, you can begin to deepen the relaxed state. At some time between the deep relaxation and the deepening procedures you will move into a hypnotic state. You probably won’t know it, especially as a beginner, but it will happen sooner or later.

One of the first hurdles a beginner must get over is the compulsion to “watch for it.” That is, you will keep waiting for hypnosis to happen, for some change in your awareness or the way you feel that will say to you, “You’re hypnotized.”

Watching for hypnosis will definitely get in your way if you don’t get it out of your mind. Going into a hypnotic state is, in this respect, similar to going to sleep. If you try to catch yourself going to sleep – if you try to be aware of  the precise instant in which you actually go to sleep – you are much less likely to go to sleep. “Watching” keeps you awake.

In this same way you will not know when you go into a hypnotic state (but that won’t be because you lost consciousness – you won’t). Later, after you have been practicing regularly for a few weeks or a month or two, you’ll be much more familiar with yourself and how it feels to be hypnotized.

Does it take everyone weeks or even months to get into a good hypnotic state? Definitely not. Some people have an amazing experience the very first time they try it. Others might practice for several days, noticing nothing, then out of the blue they have one of those great induction sessions in which they know something stupendously good happened. But if you happen not to be one of these people, don’t worry about it. Just keep practicing and you will eventually get there.

One of the most popular deepening procedures is the count-down technique. Hollywood also likes this one. That is why you see it in so many movies. That and the swinging watch.

To use the count-down technique you simply start counting downward from, say, 20 (or 100, or whatever). Adjust the countdown number to whatever feels right to you after you have practiced a few times. Imagine that you are drifting deeper with each count. Other images and thoughts will probably intrude themselves as you count. That is natural. Just gently brush them aside, continuing with your counting.

The speed with which you count down should be natural; not too fast, not too slow. For most people this means counting at a rate of about one count for each two or three seconds. Do it at a rate that feels comfortable and relaxed to you. Some people like to tie the count with their breathing. As they drift deeper their breathing slows down, so their counting also slows down.

Don’t count out loud, just think your way down the count. You want to avoid as much physical involvement and movement as possible.

3. Suggestion Application in self-hypnosis Once you have reached the end of your deepening procedure you are ready to apply suggestions. What you have done during the relaxation and deepening procedures is increase your suggestibility. That is, you have opened up your subconscious mind at least a little bit to receive your suggestions. This works because of the particular, and peculiar, characteristics of the subconscious part of your mind.

The most common and easiest way to apply suggestions is to have them worked out ahead of time, properly prepared and worded, and memorized. It should not be too difficult to remember them because they should be rather short and you are the one who composed them. If you have them ready and remembered, you can simply think your way through them at this point. Dialogue, or more properly monologue, is also okay. You just talk (“think” to keep your effort to a minimum) to yourself about what it is you want to do, be, become, whatever.

Don’t say “you.” You are thinking to yourself, so use the first person personal pronoun “I.” Some suggestions can be succinctly stated in a somewhat more formal sort of way, like, “I am eating less and becoming more slender every day.” Elaborated suggestions are generally wordier and more of an ad lib: “Food is becoming less important to me every day and I am filling my time with more important and meaningful pursuits than eating. It is getting easier and easier to pass up desserts and other fattening foods . . .” and so on.

Generally speaking, the most effective kind of suggestion is image suggestion. Image suggestions usually do not use language at all. You can liken this to seeing yourself in a calm, relaxed state while in the middle of a chaotic situation. Actually see yourself in your mind’s eye. Although people sometimes see immediate results from their suggestions, it is more likely to take a little time for them to kick in. So don’t be impatient. On the other hand, if you have not begun to see some results within, say, a couple of weeks, you need to change your suggestions.

4. Termination
Once you have finished applying suggestions you are through with your induction and you can terminate your session. You could just open your eyes, get up and go about your business, but that is not a good idea. You should formally identify the end of every session. By doing this you provide a clear boundary between the hypnotic state and your ordinary conscious awareness. A clear termination also prevents your self-hypnosis practice session from turning into a nap. If you want to take a nap, take a nap. But don’t do it in a way that sleeping becomes associated with self-hypnosis practice.

If you are practicing at bedtime and don’t care if you go on to sleep, that is okay. But still draw the line in your mind to indicate the end of your self-hypnosis session.

To terminate the session, think to yourself that you are going to be fully awake and alert after you count up to, say, three.

“One, I’m beginning to come out of it, moving toward a waking state. Two, I’m becoming more alert, getting ready to wake up. Three, I’m completely awake.” Something like that.

Self-hypnosis can work wonders when it is practiced on a regular basis. You’d be amazingly surprised at the level of relaxation you can get to. It’s one of the best things I ever did for myself!

Now we should move on to stress management techniques in general. This could be a long chapter, but a very, very helpful one!

 

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Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

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Personal Development Plan TemplateDavid Jean-Baptiste with

Elle Marie Presley

We live in a world of fast moving change, as we communicate globally faster than ever before. The world has become smaller. Information available to us is ever on the increase and we are in a race to keep up with new platforms and technologies, as we keep abreast of communicating to one another and moving forward. Life can become relentlessly overwhelming at times, requiring an occasional update or two.

 

Being a musician with a wealth of knowledge in human development, I have been developing The Wellness Clarinet process; as a way to touch lives with positive changes people desire. It is indeed an honour being a musician and many would say that it is impossible that having such musical gifts is not enough. Yes concert performing will always be a part of my life as it is a great love. The music performed in Music and trading events is by no means secondary. Performance music is played such as Bach, Coltrane, Paganini, Mozart, Folk music and improvisation. And the performance level is approached as if being performed in a concert hall. The Wellness Clarinet is not a compromise to my career in music; if anything it is something to inevitably boost it.

 

 

At the same time giving people the keys to open and realise the intentions of heart is also a passion. With music you can give people sensational feelings, trigger fiery passion, desires and intense memories. This music combined with focus on the part of the participant, fused with passion of heart to achieve an intention desired; you then have a potent elixir with the power of magic to change things for the better.

 

Intention in Motion Milestones assists you to develop the mind set needed to achieve an intention you define. This is managed by using ‘The Claritique Questionnaire’. In Claritique, you will develop the vision and know how to move towards an intention of your choosing. The main thing here is to accept your current situation totally, relax and then to share one intention you most desire to achieve. Your intention can be anything at all. We’ve had people desiring all sorts of things from living a dream life being free from worry in a place of their choice, to passing a Masters degree.

 

We create a strategy and jumpstart your Intention in Motion. There are many things we can do to move towards our intention, what we have done for you is to provide you with an opportunity to invest in 5 star beach resort suites in Cape Verde, also as a way to fulfil intention. During the Claritique Questionnaire portion of the process the question, ‘Can you imagine your favourite place in the world to relax, be at peace and feel good? The answer the women give in more cases than not is either at their home or on a perfect beach in a warm climate. So to create a solution for this desire we partnered ‘The Resort Group’ who offer five star luxury suites to buy in idyllic beach locations in Cape Verde; acting as an excellent investment opportunity for you too.

 

Naturally we don’t have all the answers to bring to people what they desire, but a strategy may include pointing someone in the right direction to one who can assist with a particular desire. Finding Balance is the solo clarinet performance and is optional. The part where you get to lie down in balanced resting state or sit comfortably reflecting upon your insights, allowing the solo clarinet music performed by David Jean-Baptiste to wash over you. This is probably the most holistic part of the process, strengthening the connection between the mind and the physical body. The music triggers electrical impulses in the brain releasing dopamine, serotonin in carrier molecules along neural pathways saturating your body with happiness and positive vision.

 

“Ah David, we were going to talk about my intention. As you know, I love living life with a passion. Going on a nice walk with my dog in nature, it brings me peace. When I get home a nice meal, I love the idea of living a life free from worry. I’m generally I’m quite a relaxed person with a relaxed life. Every now and then I go down to Los Angeles, but you know all this about me. I love warm holidays, fine company and some of the finer things in life. I want for a better world”

 

“I have to admit the times when we talk have been relaxed affairs. As they say Elle a relaxed mind lives in a relaxed and healthy body. Could you imagine being able to quickly relax your mind at work, let us say before one of your appointments as a beauty consultant? I don’t mean relax so much that you fall over and lie there is a state of bliss on the floor. We’re talking about letting go of preoccupying thoughts that keep the mind busy and the body restless. We’re talking about being able to step out of a perhaps stressful scenario and optimistically into another; each time you practice freeing yourself up a little bit more.”

 

“Yes the beauty salon, there people come in sit down and relax quickly because they like what I’m doing. I’ve heard about all that, mind control, hypnotism and all that. I think I’ve got no time for it really. I’ll stick with my walk in nature as my way of finding peace. I’ve seen some of those mind control people, it’s all about them. It’s like all their efforts are centred upon trying to get other people to do what they want people to do. When you look like me a girl has to be careful, I have to be able to trust the people I talk to. I’m not talking about you David I know what you’re about. You have an eye for the ladies but that’s fine; in fact that’s perfect. And will say this from my heart your wellness concept is genuinely about them, not you. Of course women respond better to your concept because you like women; naturally The Wellness Clarinet LTD is a business, with the beach resort and all that.”

 

“As you know I’m no hypnotist, but I do have a good command of the English language to aid positive change. Certainly a hypnotist has to be trusted. If you can find a trustworthy hypnotist by all means work with them. Hypnosis is best left to those who have a gift for it I think. It sounds like you met a cowboy operator in that bar. I once had a guy try to do that to me in a bar, how sad is that; I also had a guy put a drug in my drink in a jazz club where I was playing. As I have a strong system the drug didn’t hit me till I got home, then I was sick for 4 days. Really good hypnotists only need to use simple suggestion in normal conversation to get the desired outcomes for their clients. Only using the actual trance sequence so the client feels their visit was worthwhile. As for mind control, a person sitting in a room visualizing something they are looking forward to the following day, or using affirmations to themselves is mind control; focusing their own mind in a controlled way. Other people controlling your mind forget that that’s nonsense. We get enough of that from product advertising campaigns on telly and radio”

 

“Good, let me know how you’re going to move forward with it and I’ll take part. Hey David what’s with the beach resort, can you tell me a little about it?”

 

“Sun-drenched beaches with pure white sands, warm crystal clear waters and a cool whispering breeze. You too Elle can discover this natural, relaxing and soothing paradise. Nestling in the Atlantic Ocean off the west coast of Africa and just one hour south of the Canaries, Cape Verde consists of ten islands and five islets. It is an idyllic location, where the sun always shines and the refreshing light breeze helps maintain a delightfully warm year-round climate. As the popularity of Cape Verde rises, so does the demand for luxurious beach-front accommodation, attracting property investors from Europe and beyond, all looking to capitalize on its ever increasing touristic appeal. In fact, this flourishing paradise delivers all the right economic, political and environmental conditions for an exceptional and sustainable level of return.”

 

“Sounds delightful, thanks.”

 

David Jean-Baptiste with Elle Marie Presley

 

 

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Why The Wellness Clarinet LTD –

 

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Committed to helping people achieve their burning intention and critical net worth (CNW), with passion warmth focus and adventure. Luckily with a well established group of successful companies contributing to the process.

 

David Jean-Baptiste: Executive Chairman and inventor of Flow Centre, a successful clarinettist, saxophonist, trader, a published author, and entrepreneurial creative thinker. With endorsements as an artist from Henri Selmer Paris  and d’Addario

 

 

Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.
What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

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Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

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Best Personal Development Books, affirmations affirm what we know to be true somewhere, and what we desire to be real for ourselves.

 

 

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AFFIRMATIONS
These are positive statements we make to ourselves affirming what we know to be true somewhere, and what we desire to be real for ourselves. An affirmation should begin with I. It should be positive and in the present for example: “I am happy and grateful to be fulfilled in my life.”

 

A person may repeat such a statement to them self and not feel fulfilled in life at all, in fact they may feel the opposite. This may be a good time to draw this negativity out of you by writing down on a piece of paper a list of fifty to one hundred reasons why you think your positive statement is not true. Take a good look at these reasons and spend a little time with them, accepting to yourself this is the way you feel right now. Then tear the paper up as this action acts as a letting go of these beliefs and commit to your new view

 

The power of affirmations lies in somehow connecting to the part of you that is fulfilled and bringing it to the fore. We all have these parts available to us. In fact we only have to go as far as looking at how our body works in harmony to find fulfilment. Then you affirm the positive statement enough to convince the mind that your statement is true. As the mind doesn’t know the difference between what is real and the imaginary, affirming a positive statement enough like:

 

“I am whole perfect strong powerful loving harmonious and happy”
“I am available to more good than I’ve ever experienced, realised and imagined before in my life”
“I accept all the joy and prosperity life has to offer me”
“I am emotionally free and happy”
“I am enough, I have enough and am grateful that everything comes to me at the right time”
“I create value for my customers”
“I am joy love wealth and power”

 

…WILL create that reality in your life.

 

Eventually with incessant use of the affirmation your awareness of things in line with your statement will grow, and you will begin to have strong feelings as well. As these feeling of being fulfilled intensify, the mental pictures and movies you create about the things bringing you fulfilment will develop more meaning, and will begin to manifest into your life. The more emotion you can associate into the affirmation the sooner you will be living the affirmation. As things begin to manifest you will find yourself manifesting finer levels of the things you desire. Later on in this book there is a section on ‘The Fine-sensuals of Your Happiness’, run your affirmation through the list of Fine-sensuals.

 

The inclusion of gratitude is a very good thing, as when we are thankful for what we have regardless how little it may be. Our gratitude connects to a like vibration universally and we can do nothing but attract more of the same. This is why keeping a gratitude journal is a powerful thing. Think about how your life would transform were you to write down in a journal all the things you are thankful for in your life when you wake up each morning.

 

“Everything is energy and that is all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.” (Albert Einstein)

 

The quotation above is a great one and it has to be said that we should leave out the word ‘want’ in our affirming. ‘I want to….’ will only attract more of wanting. ‘I am’, ‘I desire to’ or ‘I verb’ in the present is the way to create an affirmation.

 

One important thing to remember about using affirmations, and that is the universe with manifest your desire when the time is right, not necessarily when you think it is right. Because the universe is a greater wisdom that of course you are one with; approach affirming your desires with a detachment from the outcome, allowing the universal forces to conspire in your favour.

 

Have fun…

David Jean-Baptiste

 

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15 CLARITIQUE WAYS TO RELAX IN 5 MINUTES

 

These 15 techniques are for you, so that you can gradually learn how to improve the quality of your life, through relaxing when time is at a premium. Most have been devised by me, others have derived from elsewhere. Feel free to choose the exercises you like and practice them regularly.
Practicing how to relax is better than money in the bank; you can take £2000 and travel somewhere fabulous but if you still can’t relax there, your time and money would have been better spent learning how to relax. With a little bit of practice on a day-to-day basis you will become good at it.

 

1. Sixty to Zero
Close your eyes, take deep breaths in and out, breathe slowly. Say to yourself I will count from 60 to zero, when I reach zero I will have a refreshed yet relaxed state of mind. Slowly count backwards from 60 to 0. Try to count more and more slowly the closer you get to zero.

 

2. Laugh and Smile
It is amazing how relaxing a good old laugh and a smile can be. Try for 5 minutes at different points in the day having a good laugh about something positive with friends and colleagues, maybe tell a joke or two. It is proven that a simple smile releases feel good chemicals, endorphins and serotonin from the brain.

 

3. Your Happiest Times
Take a deep breath, slowly inhale and exhale saying to yourself: “With each breathe I take I become
increasingly relaxed.” Allow your mind to recall 3 situations that were the most relaxing and happiest
times in your life so far. Intensify the feelings you felt, the sounds that you heard, the various colours,
shapes, pictures and sensations that you experienced. Step into each mental picture and clench
your fists as the feelings intensify. With practice each time you clench your fist it will trigger these
memories of happiness and relaxation.

 

4. Six Points of Attention
Place your attention on 6 parts of your body; for example, the warmth, shape and weight of your feet on the ground. Place your attention on The Hara which is the point in the centre of your body between your belly button and pelvic region. Place your attention on your Solar Plexus. Place your attention on your heart. Place your attention on your Brain Stem at the base of your skull. Place your attention on the area between your eyes at the base of your forehead. Place your attention on the crown of your head. Eventually you will have a point of attention on all 5 places at once. Tell yourself: “As I focus my mind in this way, my body becomes more relaxed, at peace and I move into a space of deep happiness.”

 

5. Your Very Special Place
Create a place of peace you can go to at your will. It might be a spot under your favourite tree where you go to relax in the cool shade or a secluded beach on a paradise island, where you walk on warm sand, as the sea laps gently to and fro on the shore. You may wish to share this space with your most favourite person in the world. And the really good thing is, you can visit and explore this place as often as you like.

 

6. Healing Light
Take a few deep breaths and relax. Tell yourself, “With each breath I take my relaxation deepens.” Imagine a warm healing light about 20 centimetres above your head just in front of you. This light embodies all the positive, healing and harmonious feelings that you would like to experience. It slowly descends through you, totally immersing your body and mind with powerful healing energies, filling every cell in your body, relaxing every pore of your skin. You become refreshed, renewed and revitalized completely, overwhelming negative forces, and anxiety, pushing them out, leaving you feeling relaxed and invigorated.

 

7. Sohum Meditation
Sit in a quiet place take a deep breath and relax. Use the primordial Sanskrit sound Sohum. Inhale silently with Soooo… and exhale silently with Hummm…, do this for a minimum of 5 minutes at a time. The Sohum meditation is a simple but powerful technique that uses breath and repetition of a mantra to quiet the mind and relax the body. The Sohum sound increases the effect of relaxation by releasing the autonomic nervous system.

 

8. Outward Attention
Sit in a quiet place and bring your attention outwards to the room you are sitting in. Hear what you hear, see what you see, feel what you feel. Attempt to do this for 5 minutes at a time.

 

9. Let It All Out
Visualize a person you are upset with. In your mind’s eye meet with them, and let that person know how you feel about them. Feel free to shout and scream at them in your mind. Go on let it all out, say whatever it is you want to say to that person. Now notice how much better you feel.

 

10. Hit the Pillow
Beat a pillow or another object that is not going to hit back or hurt you as hard as possible for five minutes.

 

11. Walk of Awareness
Take a 5 minute walk with open awareness in consciousness. As you walk feel the contact your feet make with the ground, and the weight of your body on the earth. Feel the gentle weight of your clothes on your skin. Feel the soft caress of the wind and air on your face. Listen to the sound of your footsteps. Listen to the sounds and voices around you. Listen to distant sounds. Notice the quality of light you are walking in. Notice the various colours and shapes of the landscape, buildings around you. Become aware of a movement of people, animals or things around you.

 

12. Simple Qigong
Learn a simple exercise from Qigong…Qigong is a Chinese philosophy and practice of aligning breath, physical activity and awareness for mental, spiritual and bodily health as well as the development of human potential.

 

13. Holding a Positive Thought
Practice holding a positive thought for 15 seconds at a time. According to mind set expert Andy Shaw with practice you become the master of your thoughts.

 

14. Smash the Mirror
In your mind’s eye see a reflection of yourself on a life size mirror in the state of mind you desire to move away from. See the picture life size in front of you. Notice how bringing the mirror closer towards you makes these sad feelings stronger. Now smash the sad mirror to pieces and notice how good it feels as the sadness leaves. The really good thing is, you can do it as often as you like. Each time your mental connection to this sorry state of mind releases.

 

15. The Leaf
Imagine you are walking in a forest, and as you walk you find a small creek. You stop to pick up a leaf from the ground. You hold up this leaf, gently place a problem or a negative thought onto it, and then let it float away down the creek. Then you take another leaf and put another problem / thought onto it. You continue doing this for some minutes and watch your problems disappear.

 

Have fun…

David Jean-Baptiste

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Personal Development Plan Today

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Ok so we are talking about having a personal development plan and the importance of having one.

I’d say today’s woman can step into their power and run in any direction desired; living in what we can call a post feminist era. We don’t have to look too far to see it. When taking a look at the personal growth of women, the current political and economic climate in the world is a good place to start. Three of the most developed nations in the world the USA, UK and Deutschland makes the direction things are going in very clear. Hilary Clinton is ahead of the polls in the United States election race for President, and may soon become the most powerful person on the planet. Angela Merkel is Chancellor in Deutschland, and Theresa May is interim Prime Minister in the United Kingdom. Whatever you think of the particular brand of politics they fashion, it must be said that it looks like women are having it their way; and it needs to happen.

For men the territory has become a lot tougher, and this is largely self-inflicted. These days policy often favours women, so women can step into their power, be themselves and run. Men go about things in fear of stepping on egg shells on many levels, which actually isn’t in line with the true nature of men. Maybe we need a period of women running the world for a while before men learn how to be themselves again. As I see it neither men or women are meant to be more dominant, men and women are supposed to bring out the respective strengths in each other, and grow respectively.

So what does this all mean for you?

If you are a women gather strength from the living day examples of success in the world and make your own personal development plan.

If a man take a look at the awesome examples of both men and women in the world that support your vision of success, and make your own personal development plan.

So what is a personal development plan?

A personal development plan is a strategy initiated and maintained by you to get you from where you are now to where you desire to go in the fastest possible time with passion, warmth, focus and adventure. Naturally I can help you with this.

How much does having a personal development plan mean to you?

Have fun…

David Jean-Baptiste

 

 

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Committed to helping people achieve their burning intention and critical net worth (CNW), with passion warmth focus and adventure. Luckily with a well established group of successful companies contributing to the process.

 

David Jean-Baptiste: Executive Chairman and inventor of Flow Centre, a successful clarinettist, saxophonist, trader, a published author, and entrepreneurial creative thinker. With endorsements as an artist from Henri Selmer Paris  and d’Addario

 

 

Time v Income Reality Check

How much income do you earn per hour of work?
How many hours do you work on business that are currently non-income producing?
Where do you have time-leaks?
What impact are they having on your life?
Can you leverage the time that you work?

 

 

Open to Change Check

What would your ideal scenario be?
What hours would you like to work?
What income would you like to produce?
Do you prefer one good income stream with potential for growth, or do you prefer a few different income streams?
How closely does your current income stream, hours of work, and type of work correlate to this ideal?

 

 

Three Steps to Get Started Now!

1. Get clear, utilize your power of focus and act through your own self knowledge.
2. Get the tools, a workable plan, and include the services of a coach or a consultant. Non-action will cost you. How much?
3. Understand your own pain verses pleasure continuum. People will do more to move away from pain than they will do to move towards pleasure.
Get clear on your vision and mission. Your vision being what you desire at a level of your identity, and mission being why you want it.
What is money? Money is perceived value of something, plus creativity, plus passion.

 

 

7 Steps to Wealth Creation

1. Decide what is holding you back and deal with it.
2. Understand what money is.
3. Plan for wealth
4. Decide what you desire to attract into your Flow Centre and why you want it.
5. Understand financial concepts and the skills to create money.
6. Work with the support team you need.
7. Take ‘massive’ consistent wealth action.

 

 

4 Ways to Accelerate Your Journey to Financial Freedom

1. Increase your income
2. Save more
3. Invest more
4. Compound it, so to increase your rate of return.

 

 

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Enter your First Name and Email to receive 2 FREE chapters from ‘Flow Centre’

Also the wealth classic ‘Think and Grow Rich’

 

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Forex Trading Today

Music and Trading

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Metabolism Raising

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