Visualize Wealth

Experts say that if you want to achieve something you have to visualize it so you can make it happen.

If you desire something badly and you get images on your head of what is exactly what you want you will take all the necessary actions to do whatever it takes to have what you want. If you think about it you have done it before.

Think about all those things that you have desired in the past that you have now and you will be able to see that you followed the same procedure.

It didn’t matter what or how if you wanted something you took the actions to achieve it.

If you want to attract wealth to your life visualize wealth in your own terms.

What is wealth for you?

Having a Ferrari?

Spending quality time with the family?

Having time to exercise outdoors?

Going shopping without money restrictions?

Buying the house of your dreams?

Having a good paying job?

Get in contact with Ferraris, see pictures so you can see it is achievable but most importantly plan a strategy so you can get to achieve whatever is what you defined as wealth.

Tamara Ecclestone

Celebrity Tamara Ecclestone wears her pijamas next to her super ferrari.

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie has got time to spend with the kids and the whole family. Is that something you might want to achieve?

Hillary Duff

Hillary Duff has got time to exercise and that can be related to what you believe being wealthy involves.

Blake Lively

We all have different requirements of what is that we want to achieve.

Start to imagine yourself having the life you want and start getting in contact with your dream!

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Being Very Busy to Stay Away from Your Dreams

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We all complain about being very busy.

Today I want to ask you: Are you getting very busy to be away from your dreams?

Isn’t it that you are lacking of self-confidence and you don’t believe that you can make those dreams come true so you prefer to stay away from them?

Being busy is a good excuse for yourself to give you a reason why you are not doing anything to achieve what you really want in life?

“I want to lose weight, but I don’t have time to go to the gym”

Do you really believe that?

There is always 10 minutes you could use to do something for yourself?

You are important, your dreams are important, never leave them for later.

Stop being too busy for yourself!

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Where Confidence Comes From?

“Whether you’re a singer, a mother, at school; one thing I’ve always said is that I’ve always wanted to base my confidence on purity. Confidence should come from you and shouldn’t ever have to be intoxicated with anything to make you feel like you can be confident, i.e. alcohol or drugs. Without confidence you can’t live life, you have to have confidence, so I think it’s really important.”

Says celebrity Jessie J

Jessie J

Confidence comes from within.

It is alright if sometimes you feel you are losing confidence so you can do something to get it back.

You can learn to increase your confidence and self-esteem.

Don’t aim to be perfect!

Learn to do new things or go back to the things you are really good at and your confidence will come back.

Do something for you to look pretty and give yourself a compliment when you look at yourself on the mirror.

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Feeling Sexy

Halle Berry talks about feeling sexy:

“Sexiness is a state of mind – a comfortable state of being. It’s about loving yourself in your most unlovable moments.”

 

There are many things that you can do to feel sexy:

 

- Exercise

Exercise is a sexiness booster

- Wear high heels

High heels make you feel feminine, wear them!

- Put on lipstick or make up

The fact that you are doing something for yourself to look prettier will make you feel better about yourself.

- Wear clothes that make you look sexy and thin

Forget about those boy Tshirts, wear women clothes.  It doesn’t mean that you have to show a lot of skin,  just show a feminine figure.

Halle Berry

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What is Psychological Flexibility?

SYDNEY4WOMEN – Psychologists are now doing research on a new concept of mental wellbeing known as “psychological flexibility.” The idea is not to strive blindly for more of everything that is perceived as “good” or “positive” but rather to use the entire rainbow of emotions that we have at our disposal (positive and negative) to move us towards the things that we value most. This makes a lot of sense because not only is it impossible to eliminate negative feelings entirely (we’re only human), but they can actually serve us, helping us to learn and grow and protecting us from danger. Psychological flexibility is the ability to use the right emotional resources at the right times in order to create the kind of lives we want.

So what would “mental yoga” look like? In other words, what are the exercises you can use to develop psychological flexibility? Here are three ideas that researchers are exploring to stretch your emotional muscles:

  • Acceptance. Pain, sadness, anger, regret are all a part of life. Accepting negative emotions and experiences, rather than trying to control or eliminate them, is a healthier way to approach the complexities of human life and establish a good foundation from which to make better decisions. Acceptance breaks the vicious cycle of having anxiety about the fact that you are having anxiety.
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  • Curiosity. A curious mindset allows you to observe your negative reactions without judgment and see what you can learn from them. Curiosity engages your sense of logic and inhibits emotional “gut” reactions, allowing you to learn from these situations and identify intelligent next steps that lead you towards your goals.
  • Commitment. Once your mind is freed from the exhausting struggle that comes from resisting or stressing about emotional states, it is easier to commit to the right actions or behaviors that lead you towards the things that you value most.
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If you already do physical yoga, you know that sometimes you have to go through some discomfort to get the most out of your practice. In fact, sometimes it is because you challenged yourself to endure some discomfort that you progress to the next level. Your yoga instructor may tell you to observe how your body is feeling but not to make judgments about it. Accepting these moments of discomfort and recommitting to your yoga practice is what makes you better over time.

Mental yoga is no different. If you are experiencing negative thoughts and emotions, they signal an opportunity for you to stretch emotionally, learn (wisdom), and grow (maturity). Observe them, but don’t judge yourself for having them. Ask yourself how they are serving you or if other thoughts or emotions could serve you better. You have a number of mental or emotional states at your disposal, and your new psychologically flexible self benefits from all of them.

This article was written by Jeremy McCarthy who is the director of spa operations for Starwood Hotels and is on the board of directors of the International Spa Association. Check out more of his musings at psychologyofwellbeing.com  It was published at the Huffington Post called Mental Yoga: Why Psychological Flexibility Matters.

I found it interesting to share.  I believe that although there is now a concept to call all these different emotions we go through life, this is something we practice since early childhood.  That is how actually kids learn to deal with problems in real life.

Kids are curious, they commit to what they like and they accept their lives and try to make the most of it.  Can’t we just go back to childhood and remember how exciting it was to be curious and learn new things?

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