Meditation Helps!

Meditation is universal. Meditation will help you focus on yourself and your goals. You can get to know meditation better. Meditation is practiced by humanity countless times, and it is one of the most effective techniques for self-knowledge. It is also true that meditation is one of the most effective …

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Why Is Vitamin B12 Good For You?

The B12 molecule is the largest and most complex of all of the vitamin molecules. Sources in the human diet include seafood, poultry, and dairy products. Little or none is found in plant foods. When calculating floor space for steel buildings all areas including canopies & mezzanine floors need to be …

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Kinesthetics People

Kinesthetics—I call them kinos for short—make up about 40 percent of the population. These people get information primarily from touch, emotions, gut instincts, and hunches. They often get goose bumps. They buy on the basis of how they feel, and make quick judgments about whether they like or …

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Finish What You Start

I once was asked to evaluate and coach a mid-level insurance company executive I’ll call “Juggler.” Juggler was so busy with so many responsibilities and projects, she was becoming a bottleneck—always working on things, but not finishing them. Her boss and colleagues were starting to complain. When I …

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Eye Contact

Eye contact is also important for nurturing and connecting with our children. When we give them kind and gentle eyes, we meet a deep need in their hearts. Think of the way adults gaze at a baby: We coo at them and make noises to get them to look at …

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I've Turned Into My Partner

In a relationship we very often aim to change our partner. Their otherness unconsciously reminds us of our old pain and guilt. Consequently we try to get them to see, do or feel things the way we do. I could list you at least a dozen qualities of my husband …

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A Simple Test

This test is simple. An animal is anesthetized and then marked (either painted with a red dot or with a sticker) on an area of the body they normally can’t see. Under the shin, or in the back, or above the shoulder. When the animal recuperates from that black-out …

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