According to a post in the Technology Section of The Guardian, dated March 13, 2020, Editor Alex Hearn reports that a good number of workers no longer want to return to the office... (I may be one of them). I too, had a private office where I saw clients in Vacaville, but that all changed. In March, 2020, I relocated my home to Fremont, a time when most public establishments were all closing down temporarily in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. I never did get to re-establish a commercial location, but thrived doing online web-meetings.
I found using Google "Meet" from the Google Suite of applications to be the best offer out there. Zoom and other popular platforms had all changed their platforms and became so limiting (and expensive), but Google Meet seemed to still give me unlimited time in session and with an unlimited number of attendees to speak with.
I'm thinking why would I want to return to the expensive overhead that...
When we try to imagine the limits, or the power of the Human Mind, we can easily begin to ponder when and if “we” have stretched our own capabilities to those limits. What that would be like???
Most individuals do have the ability to expand the capacity of their own mind in ways that allows them to experience phenomena that actually lie “outside” the natural five (5) senses.
Which of the Following phenomena have YOU experienced?
Intuition – A gut feeling that defies logic
Prophecy / Premonitions – knowing something is going to happen before it actually does
ESP Extra Sensory Perception – Did you ever know who was calling on the phone without seeing who it is by caller id? Do you sometimes know the thoughts of another individual (like your spouse) without either of you verbalizing them?
Dreams – A message brought to you through subtle symbols, and images or recurrent themes – What do they represent? Is it possible that your subconscious can connect to the spirit world through dreaming?
I watched a documentary on Gaia.com called, “Transcending the Storm”. It told of a very sad life story one person experienced that had started way back in his childhood. He recalled recurring dreams and nightmares that plagued him throughout his growing years.
Although this one man met so much grief, no matter how down he felt, he knew he had to keep looking “up to the stars” because he knew that “up” was where his hope existed. The author of the story had a near death experience that changed his life. He knew that when he came back to, that he was given a 2nd chance at life. He began to forgive everyone in his life who wronged him and felt redeemed all the days of his life afterward. Forgiveness of others is what you do for yourself. It is very freeing and opens the door to blessing.
Another individual, a woman, was in the midst of a deep depression. Searching for life’s answers, she decided to go into the woods for a walk. It was in a clearing...
1. Asparagus is a power food that is full of B vitamins that help to calm and de-stress you. They taste great steamed but can also be lightly seasoned, thrown raw into salads or they go great in stir-fries.
2. Avocados are a great source of healthy fats that can help you block stress. They're rich in glutathione, a substance that blocks intestinal absorption of certain fats that cause oxidative damage (the process that creates free radicals, the harmful compounds responsible for aging). Avocados also contain more folate than any other fruit. Try to stick to a single serving (about one- quarter of an avocado). Thinly sliced, it can go a long way on salads or replace mayo.
3. Oranges and other citrus fruits are vitamin C powerhouses. What's even better about them is that they can be taken on the go. You can just throw them in your pocket, backpack or purse and forget about them until you're ready for an easy, inexpensive snack.
4. Walnuts contain alpha- linolenic acid, an essential om...
PTSD is the acronym for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and refers to a cluster of symptoms that result from a past trauma. But what’s a trauma?. Trauma refers to a psychological or emotional imprint that occurs when an event or series events threatens our sense of safety or well-being to the extent that our minds react to protect us from any further exposure. In order to protect ourselves until we are either healthy enough or supported well enough to address issues from the past, sometimes, our experience or memory of a traumatizing event can be compartmentalized or stored away. PTSD can be diagnosed as soon as 30 days after an event or as long as 30 years or more after an event.
Throughout the course of a successful marriage or long-term commitment, the two people in the relationship may shift in and out of various roles. For example, one person in the couple may support the other person going back to school. In order to do this, he or she steps into a supporting role, setting aside certain goals or aspirations in order to provide a stable base from which his or her partner can launch in a new direction. There are many gifts of learning inherent in this role—from having the opportunity to embody a nurturing stance to feeling the pleasure of seeing a loved one thrive. When our partner expands his or her horizons, ours expand, too, and we gain access to a world that would otherwise remain closed to us. However, there is also much to be said for having a turn to be the one stepping outside the box, perhaps taking time to attend to our personal healing, spiritual pursuits, or other interests. In order to maintain balance within our relationships, it’s important th...