Posts Tagged ‘body language’
In the sales and marketing field they often talk of ‘location, location, location’ (no matter how good your product or service is, how successful you are often comes down to location). Perhaps in our communication with others we should think of context, context, and context?
We have entered a period of time in the world that communication is misconstrued, even fake and has more opportunities to be interpreted as confrontational, biased, and not politically correct. On top of that put an individual’s personal style of communication – introvert, extrovert, analytical, emotional subjective and all the other styles, and the matter becomes more thorny.
Then, add even another layer, such as email and social media, which does not involve the other person being face-to-face. Now communication becomes even more complex, because body language and the human expression energetically is not a resource available to us to can pick up on the subtle options for interpretation. We will initially respond to the email from our frame of reference, and our reference alone, which is biased by our experiences. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve all experienced the pain, sorrow, rejection, anger, guilt and heartbreak of losing a relationship. Whether through separation, divorce, illness or death, the feelings that these situations bring can be devastating to our person, and our world.
These feelings are real, these feelings are valid, and these feelings are completely normal. They are all part of the grieving process. It is how our mind deals with loss and enables us to heal, in order to move forward into a bigger expression of life.
One of the beautiful things about life is that we are all unique, individual expressions of the Infinite. One of the common threads that connects us is that each of us experiences the full spectrum of emotions, from pleasure to pain, and most assuredly, back again. Read the rest of this entry »
I receive many calls from ladies who want to know what a certain gentleman thinks of her. I then tune into the man’s thoughts to see what is going on. Often, I can see clearly whether he loves you or not, and I can tell you what his thoughts are.
However, you are the one who sees him on the physical plane. By tuning into your own intuition, watching his body language, and noting warning signs, you can avoid falling for a man who will never care for you. If you notice the signs early on, you can also get out of a bad relationship, or avoid alienating a man who loves you, but who may just be the silent type. Read the rest of this entry »
Only you know when it’s time to come out of the closet. Only you know when it’s time to live the life you have always wanted, or were called to live. Is your life like a hamster on a wheel, same old, same old? If you do the same old thing the same old way, you will always get the same old result. Step off the wheel and try something new in your life.
Get rid of the shoulds and should nots. You will always hear that little voice inside your head saying, “I can’t do that, I’m not smart enough… I’m not good enough… I don’t deserve that..” On and on, downing and judging yourself. Only you know when it’s time to clean house, get rid of the useless mental chatter and feel good about yourself. Read the rest of this entry »
In all relationships, whether it be romantic, friendship, family or co-workers, we all have a communication style. Most of us cannot be put into one category as we may have a mix of styles. Is this a mix of nature and nurture? Yes. We are all born with a personality, but that personality is molded by our parents, teachers, peers and mentors.
I have been the passive, the aggressive and the assertive, and subtypes of each, depending on what I am faced with. I have the ability to switch masks with each situation that is presented to me. I no longer work in a prison, where it was necessary to be assertive and aggressive at all times. Nonetheless, each situation would dictate how I approached it. Read the rest of this entry »
My daughter made an attempt to get me back in the communication technology loop a couple of years ago, when she purchased me a “pay as you go” phone. I rarely charged it, nor remembered to take it with me if I went anywhere. I never saw the point. I left the house to get away from the phones and social media sites. I wanted to be left alone, and no I didn’t want anyone to reach me either. The thought of constantly being at everyone’s beck and call drove me crazy. Read the rest of this entry »
Using Sandalwood, Patchouli, and Frankincense essential oils will help keep you grounded while meditating. You can use just one, or you can mix them together in equal parts, then just diffuse the oil according to your preference.
“Love Come To Me” oil is made with two parts Rose, or Rose Otto, and one part Lavender, Honeysuckle or Ylang Ylang. Use as you would in a diffuser, or as a perfume oil on pulse points. The Rose oil makes us feel more attractive, the Lavender, Honeysuckle or Yland Ylang helps give us confidence.
Using Rosemary, Peppermint, Lemon Grass, and Ginger will help in studying and memory retention. Use one, or a combination in equal parts. Dabbing a small amount on your third eye will enhance your ability to recall information later. Read the rest of this entry »
Epilepsy.com states, “The truth is dogs cannot be trained to alert a person of an oncoming seizure.” Neither can doctors or any other humans. However, some dogs are just naturals and this includes our mixed-breed retriever, Leo. He needed no training.
Leo was able to warn my partner of an upcoming seizure when he returned home from the hospital, after having suffered a traumatic head injury. Leo began warning him that he was in trouble as much as five to ten minutes before the seizure. The dog’s predictions also heightened in sensitivity over the next few weeks, until his warnings came as much as thirty minutes prior to an event. Read the rest of this entry »