How can I improve myself within a month? 20 ideas -:

How can I improve myself within a month?

20 ideas -:

1. Detoxify your speech. Reduce the use of negative words. Be polite.
2. Read everyday. Doesn’t matter what. Choose whatever interests you.
3. Promise yourself that you will never talk rudely to your parents. They never deserve it.
4. Observe people around you. Imbibe their virtues.
5. Spend some time with nature everyday.
6. Feed the stray animals. Yes, it feels good to feed the hungry.
7. No ego. No ego. No ego. Just learn, learn and learn.
8. Do not hesitate to clarify a doubt. “He who asks a question remains fool for 5 minutes. He who does not ask remains a fool forever”.
9. Whatever you do, do it with full involvement. That’s meditation.
10. Keep distance from people who give you negative vibes but never hold grudges.
11. Stop comparing yourself with others. If you won’t stop, you will never know your own potential.
12. “The biggest failure in life is the failure to try”. Always remember this.
13. “I cried as I had no shoes until I saw a man who had no feet”. Never complain.
14. Plan your day. It will take a few minutes but will save your days.
15. Everyday, for a few minutes, sit in silence. I mean sit with yourself. Just yourself. Magic will flow.
16. In a healthy body resides a healthy mind. Do not litter it with junk.
17. Keep your body hydrated at all times. Practice drinking 8–10 glasses of water.
18. Make a habit to eat at least one serving of raw vegetable salad on a daily basis.
19. Take care of your health. “He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything”.
20. Life is short. Life is simple. Do not complicate it. Don’t forget to smile.😊🌟

Your Comfort Zone Will Kill Your Passion: Moving Into Uncharted Terrain

Your Comfort Zone Will Kill Your Passion: Moving Into Uncharted Terrain

We all love to be comfortable.

Comfort conjures in our minds an idyllic life replete with all the trappings of the good life. When we are in our comfort zones, we feel completely secure and are not afraid of challenges – for they don’t exist.

Here at the apex of familiar surroundings, we are the rulers. Everyone and anything bow before us in humble servitude and awe. We want and get what we want without much effort. We can predict what tomorrow portends by just cutting and pasting today.

In our comfort zones, nothing moves, nothing shakes. All is quite and seemingly peaceful. No competition, no challenge, no need to exert ourselves! In a word, everything is ‘cool’, ‘calm’ and ‘collected’ – just the way we like it!

But we all know that life, especially in the business world, is far from being ‘cool’, ‘calm’ and ‘collected’. With the fast-changing technologies and the rat race that characterize businesses today, it would be suicidal for a businessperson to sit on their laurels as though without a care in the world. To think, even for a moment, that we can sustain successful businesses by just ‘sitting there’ is, to say the least, a fallacy.

As business techniques continue to evolve with speed, businesspersons must likewise evolve by adapting new technologies, techniques, styles, etc.

What worked yesterday may not necessarily work today. The fact that your company has in the past employed certain strategies with tremendous success does not guarantee that the same strategies will yield similar results in the future. You should never be ‘satisfied’ with your achievements to the extent that you stop seeking ways to achieve an even better performance.

And this applies to our personal life too. The moment we become ‘comfortable’ and ‘satisfied’ with who we are and what we have, we kill the desire for improvement. However good you may be, you will always find that there are certain things you can do better.

Let us learn to embrace uncharted terrain, even when we feel like we don’t measure up. When you venture into areas that others have given a wide berth, you become unique, a pioneer!

Bill Gates could have opted to get a prime job with a blue chip firm anywhere in the world. This was the comfortable and rational thing to do. Instead, he opted to pursue a dream. Today he is living that dream! He decided to venture away from the mainstream thinking and way of doing things and instead started a company that has today made him the richest man on earth.

Is he now ‘cool’, ‘calm’, and ‘collected’? Not by a billion dollars! He is still reinventing himself and the multi-billion-dollar-company he put together from scratch. In that we can all agree that he is really cool – and damn rich too!

Do you want to live a full life? Extend your boundaries a little further from the ‘comfortable’. And when you reach there, stretch them a little further still. In so doing, you will not only reinvent yourself and your business (whatever it is), but you will also contribute to making the world a better place for all!

You will also realize that you’ve got much more stuff in you than you thought you had. With this realization, you can now venture beyond the outer limits of ‘convenience’ and ‘easy-go-lucky’, and the God in you will arise and help you to move yet another mountain!

Meditation kept the Thai boys trapped in a cave astonishingly calm

Meditation kept the Thai boys trapped in a cave astonishingly calm

July 10, 2018 by PAUL RATNER
The story of the Thai boys soccer team trapped in a cave for two weeks has captivated millions of people around the world. Lost since June 23rd, the group spent ten days without any contact with the outside world. It was finally discovered on July 2nd and rescued on July 10th.

It turned out that Ekapol Chanthawong, the 25-year-old coach of the 12-player Wild Boars soccer team, is a former Buddhist monk. He spent a decade living as a monk and is a practitioner of meditation. It is that skill that has been credited with keeping the boys calm during this ordeal. In fact, when the British divers discovered them after ten days, the group was meditating.

Aisha Wiboonrungrueng, the mother of the 11-year-old Chanin, who was trapped in the cave, thinks the coach’s background definitely helped in this situation. Watching the video of the moment the boys were found, she thought it was very noteworthy how calm they were.

“Look at how calm they were sitting there waiting,” she said. ”No one was crying or anything. It was astonishing.”

Leah Weiss, a Standford expert taught by the Dalai Lama, told CNBC that meditating played a key role in keeping the group alive. It’s a kind of mental training that improves focus and compassion, according to the expert.

“For Buddhists, meditation is a go-to when distressed or in danger,” Weiss said. “Cognitive resources that would otherwise be hijacked by the threat can be accessed once again, meaning that problem-solving capacities increase.”

In particular, she pointed out that “given that insufficient air and food was a major issue for the trapped boys, meditation is actually a very practicalresponse to both of these concerns.”

Meditation creates a calming effect by slowing down the heart rate, breathing and metabolism, said Weiss. It also lowers the levels of cortisol and oxygen utilization. A meditating person would also emit less carbon dioxide.

More details about how the boys got trapped in the cave in the first place are to be uncovered, but it looks to be a very dramatic real-world demonstration of the power of meditation. The incident confirms a steadily growing body of research that shows how meditation and mindfulness practices lead to lower stress levels, improved positivity, and creativity as well as clearer focus and protection from depression.

 

What Time Should You Sleep??By James Pang

What Time Should You Sleep??By James Pang

Is there a best time to sleep? *There is a saying that sleeping early and waking up early is good for your health. How true is that?* Is it alright to sleep late and wake up late?

*You actually have an amazing biological clock ticking inside your body.* It is very precise. It helps to regulate your various body functions including your sleeping time.

*From 11pm to 3am,* most of your blood circulation concentrates in your *liver.* Your liver gets larger when filled with more blood. This is an important time when your body undergoes detoxification process. Your liver neutralizes and breaks down body toxins accumulated throughout the day.

However if you don’t sleep at this time, your liver cannot carry out this detoxification process smoothly.

· *If you sleep at 11pm, you have full 4 hours to detoxify your body.*
· If you sleep at 12am, you have 3 hours.
· If you sleep at 1am, you have 2 hours.
· And if you sleep at 2am, you only have 1 Hr to detoxify.
*What if you sleep after 3am? Unfortunately, you won’t have any time to actually detoxify your body.* If you continue with this sleeping pattern, these toxins will accumulate in your body over time. You know what happens next.

*What if you sleep late and wake up late?*

Have you tried going to bed very late at night? Did you realize you feel very tired the next day no matter how much you sleep ?

*Sleeping late and waking up late is indeed very bad for your health. Besides not having enough time to detoxify your body, you will miss out other important body functions too.*

*From 3am to 5am,* most blood circulation concentrates in your *lung.* What should you do at this moment? Well, you should exercise and breathe in fresh air. Take in good energy into your body, preferably in a garden. At this time, the air is very fresh with lots of beneficial negative ions.

*From 5am to 7am,* most blood circulation concentrates in your *large intestine.* What should you do at this moment? You should poop! Pass out all unwanted poop from your large intestine. Prepare your body to absorb more nutrients throughout the day.

*From 7am to 9am,* most blood circulation concentrates in your *stomach.* What should you do at this moment? Have your breakfast! This is your most important meal in a day. Make sure you have all the required nutrients from your breakfast. *Not having breakfast causes lots of health problems for you in the future.*

That’s the way to start your day

*No wonder people living in villages or in farms are healthier. They sleep early and wake up early as they follow their natural biological clock.*

If one follows this you’re sure to feel fresher and more energetic all day long

12 Types Of Pain That Are Directly Linked To Emotional States

12 Types Of Pain That Are Directly Linked To Emotional States

According to:
Dr. Susan Babel , Psychologist:- Emotions do Affect Chronic Pain.
She says that chronic pain, beside physical injury, may be caused by stress and emotional issues.

Let’s take a look at what pain in a particular area of your body indicates:

*Head*
Headaches can be caused by stress life. If someone has chronic headaches she/he needs to grab some time for themselves on daily basis. Relaxing may help you to relieve your body from the head pain.

*Neck*
Neck pain implies the need to forgive. It may be to forgive yourself or to forgive some other person. It is very important to focus on things that you love about yourself or what others love in you.

*Shoulders*
Pain in the shoulders is sign that person carries a heavy emotional burden. Shoulders carry everything. To solve this problem share the load with friends or family.

*Upper Back*
Upper back pain manifests lack of emotional support. Probably the person is holding back feelings or doesn’t feel appreciated. Just talk about your feelings with your partner or close friend.

*Lower Back*
Pain in the lower back shows that person has financial worries. Sit down and focus on managing money.

*Elbows*
Elbow and arm pain signifies a lack of flexibility. Try not to resist the natural changes in your life.

*Hands*
Pain in the hands may be caused by a lack of friends. Try to meet new people.

*Hips*
Fear of change, moving or waiting on a big decision can cause the hip pain. Make the changes step by step.

*Knees*
Pain in the knee is a sign of high self-esteem. Maybe you should try to do some volunteering work and remember no one is perfect.

*Calves*
Calf pain is caused by stress, emotional tension or jealousy. Maybe it is time to let go the jealousy or any big stressor in your life.

*Ankles*
Pain in the ankle means that you need more pleasure in your life. Try to enjoy the little things and every moment in your life.

*Feet*
Foot pain occurs if you fight with depression. Depression is a specific disease, but for a start try to find a new hobby or just adopt a pet.

Friends this concept is scientifically proven so before adopting medicine or concern for the doctor, give some time and observe your thought …it heals you automatically.

Source : the book ‘U can heal ur life’ by Louis Hay.

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7 Steps To Self-Fulfillment

7 Steps To Self-Fulfillment

In a busy world, it is very easy to feel as if you are unhappy or in need of self-fulfillment. Maybe you feel as if you do not have enough money, or your relationships are not where you want them to be. You may easily catch yourself wondering, “I just had this or that, I would be happy”.
The truth is, self-fulfillment cannot always come from material things.
Fulfillment is a mindset, and happiness is found when you can reflect and find contentment.
Here are 7 steps that you can take to feel more fulfilled and happy right now.
*1. Surround Yourself With Positivity*
A great deal of your happiness can be affected by your environment.
If you notice that you spend much of your time with people who have a negative impact on your mood or attitude, it may be time to branch out and connect with people who make you smile and push you toward positivity.
*2. Visualize Success*
Give yourself goals to reach, whether in your personal or professional life. Maybe you want to lose weight, go back to school for a higher degree, or drink more water.
Whatever you ware wanting to accomplish, you are most likely to be successful if you set tangible goals.
After you have set these goals, implement a plan to achieve them step by step, and spend time visualizing what it will take to be successful. Developing a clear vision for your goals makes them more realistic and tangible.
A great tool to help visualize your future and focus on your goals is a vision board.
*3. Celebrate Your Accomplishments*
When you achieve success and reach your goals, it is incredibly important to celebrate those wins and reward yourself in some way. Give yourself recognition for a job well done.
This can be done by going out with friends for the night, buying that one thing you have been holding off on, spending a day treating yourself or simply doing anything to celebrate that you have accomplished a goal.
*4. Take Charge*
It is often too easy to put others in charge of your own happiness, such as a spouse or friend.
The truth is that you are completely responsible for your own happiness and fulfillment.
Instead of blaming other people or things for your lack of happiness, take the matter into your own hands and find ways to be fulfilled no matter what comes your way or how others treat you.
Being in charge of your own destiny and self can seem challenging, but is extremely rewarding.
*5. Help Others*
A great way to feel fulfilled is to share what you have with others. This can include time, money, or skills.
If you are using these resources to benefit others, you are sure to not only help them out, but you will add to your own happiness.
*6. Take Care Of Yourself*
Even though it is great to help others, it is vital that you do not overlook your own needs. Give yourself rest when you need it. Lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
If you are taking care of yourself, you will be much more able to influence others around you and will feel happier overall.
*7. Find The Good*
While it may seem as if there is little to cherish in your life at times, you must look within and acknowledge the things that are going right. Find the situations and people in your life for which you are grateful, and focus on these.
Focusing on the positives will not only help you to feel a greater sense of fulfillment but will also allow you to identify the areas in your life where changes could be made.
Self-fulfillment does not happen in one day, it takes time and a conscious effort, but if we follow these steps and take action to change our daily rituals, we can become more fulfilled with the simplicities of our life.