connections of charisma, love and health

Charisma, Love and Health

Charisma, Love and Health

The amazing story of my friend, Robert

This is an amazing story. It’s about my friend Robert. Robert is one of those really charismatic people. You know the kind I mean. Wherever he goes, people are just drawn to him, its truly a sight to behold.

At dinner the other night, Robert’s charm drew the waiters in and they conversed with him a great deal. However, when I spoke up, the waiters didn’t seem to pay much attention.

They may have even been a little dismissive. It was as if the only person at the table was Robert. The difference was Robert’s charisma. He has that special way about him that we all sometimes wished we had.

Anyway, in order to find out what that special something was, I decided to interview Robert. I captured about 2 hours worth of questions and answers with him.

Here is what I found out. Robert basically, though he might not say this directly, ‘loves’ people when he talks to them.

He has genuine concern and positive regard. He likes to focus in on one thing that he finds especially interesting about a person when he talks to them.

It doesn’t matter if he tells the person what that thing is or not, it seems to have the same effect. Try it and see what happens.

The connection to health

Now, how does that relate to health? Well you see, my article on the mind-body connection discusses the principle that Bernie Siegel wrote about in his book, Love, Medicine and Miracles.

It seems that when his cancer patients revolutionized their thinking to become more loving and accepting of others, their cancer often went into remission.

You see, what Robert does with people, is love them when he talks to them. Keep in mind that love is an action, it is not an idea that sits there, it is active.

Bernie’s cancer patients loved those around them more and as a result their health improved.

The connection to love and health

Now do you see the connection between charisma, love and health? By loving others, not only can your health improve, but your social life improves as well.

So what are you waiting for? Start looking for ways to love others more and watch your life improve in every aspect.

This could be the most important thing you’ll read today. Why not share it with a friend?

This article is for information purposes only. If you have or think you have a health problem, visit your doctor for diagnoses and treatment.

 

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finding our one true path in multiple path

Can’t Find Your One True Path?

Finding Our One True Path

Still puzzled?

So you’re trying to figure out what you’re going to be when you grow up. The problem is you’re 37, have two grown children and a wife, not to mention two dogs named Jopay and Jepoy.

Oh, wait, sorry, I guess I got distracted and thought we were talking about me.

Back to you. You’re physically “grown,” but you haven’t found your “one true path.” You don’t know yet what you’re going to do with your life, and you’re feeling lost, confused, and worried.

The bad news

Okay, let’s start with the brutal truth here. If you have spent a lot of time, effort and creative energy looking for your one true path, I have bad news.

You probably don’t have one.

You see, people who have one true paths know they do and they know what they are. This is not always true. Nothing is always true.

But in general, people who “home in” on one career do it early and stick with it, or if they change careers, they do it in a reasoned, considered way.

The good news

People like us, who stumble and bumble and jumble from one thing to another to another to another, we don’t have one true path. We have something. It’s just not one true path.

That’s the good news. Because what we have, boy is it better.

The multiple paths

We have multiple paths. They fit our multiple passions and our multiple talents and our multitasking personalities.

You and I? We can be whatever we want. For as long as we want. And then go do something else. We can be writers, and while we’re being writers, or when we’re done being writers, we can be teachers, or driving instructors.

Now, admittedly, we’re not going to be astrophysicists or CEOs of major companies. But most of us don’t want that. What we can be is just about anything we want to be – and just about everything.

Don’t you feel liberated?

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What Innovation Can Do to Your Life (Part 2 of 2)

Did you know what innovation can do to your life? Read the first article below:

What Innovation Can Do to Your Life (Part 1 of 2)

 

Continuation:

 

Find your own style

You can always tell a Van Gogh from a Matisse. You’ll know Hemingway wrote something by the choice of words on the paper. So it is the same with you.

People will appreciate your innovation more because it is uniquely yours and that no one else would have thought of what you were thinking. That will let people see how valuable an asset you are.

Don’t hide behind nifty gadgets or tools

You don’t need the most expensive set of paints to produce a masterpiece. The same way with writing. You don’t need some expensive fountain pen and really smooth paper for a bestseller.

In fact, J.K. Rowling wrote the first book of the Harry Potter Series on bits of tissue. So what if you’ve got an expensive SLR camera if you’re a crappy photographer?

Who cares if you’ve got a blinging laptop if you can’t write at all? The artist actually reduces the number of tools he has as he gets better at his craft: he knows what works and what doesn’t.

Nothing will work without passion

What wakes you up in the mornings? What keeps the flame burning? What’s the one thing that you’ll die if you don’t do? Sometimes people with talent are overtaken by the people who want it more.

Think the hare and the tortoise. Ellen Degeneres once said that if you’re not doing something that you want to do, then you don’t really want to do it. And that’s true.

Sometimes you just want something so bad you become a virtual unstoppable. And that is passion. Passion will keep you going.

Don’t worry about inspiration

You can’t force it; inspiration hits when you least expect it to, for those unpredictable yet inevitable moments you should prepare.

An idea could strike you on the subway, yet alas, you poor unfortunate soul; you have no sheet of paper to scribble down a thought that could change the world.

Avoid these disasters. Have a pen and paper within your arm’s reach at all times.

I hope this article has helped you bring more innovation into your life. Keep in mind that you’re doing these things for your own satisfaction and not anybody else’s.

But soon enough they will notice, and everything should snowball from there.

 

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What Innovation Can Do to Your Life (Part 1 of 2)

Bring Innovation Into Your Life

The power of innovation

It’s a talent that everyone has, yet they think they don’t. The power of innovation. If you’ve ever marveled at somebody’s creative prowess, guess what, you can create and innovate too.

It just takes time. Everyone is born creative. The box of crayons in kindergarten were not limited to those who possessed potential; because the truth is, everybody has potential.

Look back

You know how long it took to learn to ride a bike or drive or to never commit the same mistake again? It’s the same with innovation. It takes a bit of practice and a lot of time before this mind function comes easily when called.

This article will teach you a few tips on how to bring innovation into your life.

Don’t listen to what other people say

Follow the beat of your own drum. Allowing for the input of other people will only bring cacophony to the music you are trying to make.

If you have an original idea, don’t waste your time and effort trying to make people understand. They won’t. And the help you will probably get comes in the form of negative feedback.

If all those geniuses listened to their peers, we would probably still be living in the middle ages.

Spend time on it

I cannot stress that enough, although, please do not mistake this tip to tell you to quit your day job entirely. Do not. This involves some tricky time management but with a little discipline you’ll be able to squeeze both in.

Exercise

Take a walk. Run a mile or two. Send all those endorphins coursing through your veins. Exercising certainly clears and relaxes your mind and allows for anything to pop up.

Record your dreams

Aren’t some of them just the craziest things that your conscious mind would never have thought of? If you’ve had these dreams before, and I’m sure have, this only shows you the untapped innovative power you have lying within.

So jot down those notes. Those dreams may just create an innovative spark in you.

 

Continue reading:

What Innovation Can Do to Your Life (Part 2 of 2)

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As I Lay Me Down To Sleep (Part 2 of 2)

Asking your sub-conscious mind of help is the secret! Read the first part below:

As I Lay Me Down To Sleep (Part 1 of 2)

 

Continuation:

 

I ask my sub-conscious mind to work on all of my issues and challenges in life. Request to replace them with positive, empowering programs. I did this for a couple of days and to be honest, I didn’t really feel much.

Then I decided to keep it up because I was curious what would happen if I did. And if it really would be effective.

Anyway, about day 3 or 4 I started to feel a bit perkier than normal. Then I found myself feeling a bit more positive and more bouncy. I started to do things that I had been putting off for ages (and by ages, I mean months!).

I didn’t really think anything of it, but kept my experiment up. About a week after I started I was feeling really good and very bouncy and full of life.

Again, I thought nothing of it, not connecting my pre-bedtime intention with this change.

Suddenly, it felt better and better

Then one day a friend happened to ask me if I’d been taking happy pills because I was annoyingly positive and then it hit me.

Every night for the last ten days or so I had been setting this intention. And then gradually I had been feeling better and better. It wasn’t a massive change all of a sudden, just a series of small changes.

I smiled at my friend and jumped around very excitedly sharing with her what I had been doing. I tell her the results it was having for me.

Of course, she was really excited and has been doing exactly the same every night since. And is still shocked by how such a little thing is having such a big difference.

So, when you go to sleep at night as you set your alarm clock, set your intention too, and wake up and feel the difference!

 

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