“There is no point in saying we don’t have time for something, because we make time for whatever is important to us. If you are not doing something, it’s because it isn’t a priority in your life. Perhaps it does not need to be one, but if it does, then you will have to rearrange some things and get your priorities in line. We don’t just get them straight once and never need to adjust them again. It is something we must do quite frequently.” (p. 44)
Meyer, J. 2007. 100 Ways To Simplify Your Life. New York, N.Y.: FaithWords
Binaural Sound, Relaxing Sleeping Music with Delta Brain Waves to Help you Sleep and Fight Sleep Disorders to Balance the 7 Chakras, Sound Healing Meditation Music Therapy, it’s the ideal Instrumental Music for Relaxation and for Self Acceptance and Autogenic Training, this New Age Meditation Music can be used for Guided Meditation
“Unquestionably, a healthy self-image is one of the key factors in the success and happiness of any individual. The reason your self-concept is so important is: You will probably speak, act, and react as the person you think you are. Psychologists have proved that you will most consistently perform in a manner that is in harmony with the image you have of yourself. Oh, sure, even with a negative self-concept, you may occasionally break out of the pattern and land a big deal, win over a new friend, or belt a softball out of the park at the company picnic. Conversely, even those individuals with healthy self-images blow it from time to time. But usually, your mind will complete the picture you tell it to paint of yourself.” (p. 56)
Osteen, J. 2004. Your Best Life Now: 7 Steps To Living At Your Full Potential. New York, N.Y.: Warner Faith.
“In Tampa, Florida, Marilyn Weisman also depends on charity for treatment. The 72-year-old thought she had a bad rash. She turned out to have cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, a rare cancer. Though she is insured, she could not afford her share of the payment for the drug her doctors recommended. So a pharmacist at her hospital, Moffitt Cancer Center, helped her to apply for charitable aid. Mrs. Weisman’s situation is surprisingly common for American cancer sufferers. Many insured patients in one of the world’s richest countries cannot afford their medicines.” (p. 45)
“Many factors contribute to the development of constipation. One important factor is that most Americans eat a diet high in refined, easy-to-prepare foods and low in fiber-containing foods that encourage bowel activity. The muscles of the bowel that move wastes along are believed to be less active as we age, and when we are less physically active, our bowel is even less active. Increase the amount of fiber and water in the diet, and get more exercise (perhaps a daily walk). Most people should drink at least eight glasses of water or juice every day. Increase the amount of vegetables, fruits (including prunes and apples), whole-grain cereals, and salads, beans, and nuts. Granola and other whole-grain cereals make a good snack. Wheat or oat bran can be stirred into juice.” (p. 148)
Mace, N. and Rabins, P. 1999. The 36-Hour Day. New York, N.Y.: Warner Books.
One in two Americans will develop osteoarthritis of the knee. If you have had it, you know how painful it can be and how hard it is to keep moving. But changing your shoes can sometimes cut down on knee pain without medication or surgery.