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Talk on Happiness from the BKWSU……….

I went to a talk at the Global Retreat Centre earlier this week presented by a lovely woman, Brigitte from the Brahma Kumaris.

One thing she said that really hit home for me was that whatever you go though in life, if you don’t absorb it and accept it, it will almost certainly be detrimental to you. Your not willing to accept this thing will create emotions which will lead to a series of though patterns which will lead to your reality. So from now, I am going to try and just accept whatever happens.

Brigitte also talked about watching your thought patterns – observing them from the outside and judging whether they are coming from the real you or your ego.

I personally find these talks fantastic and I always come away a little wiser and calmer. I would recommend these to anyone and everyone. The Brahma Kumaris is by far one of the most wonderful, giving organisations I have ever come across. many times when I have not been right, I have gone to one of these and it has put things into perspective for me. Also the fact that they don’t charge makes this service accessible to all – which I think is so great. There are way too many organisations that have great courses and workshops on enhancing ourself but they can charge hundreds of pounds which immediately limits their audience.

Healing by listening to your body

One thing I have learned to do is to scan my body for any pain, anxiety and loosen it and let it go.

So to start,  you need to sit or lie in a comfortable position. Close your eyes and take a few deep but full breaths – so from the pit of your stomach to the top of your neck each time. You should be realxed by now.

Start at your head and start to scan downwards, to the shoulders, to the torso, to the legs and finally to the feet. With each bit that you scan down on, look out for any pain, tention, stress points etc. If you get to one, just say to yourself, I am letting this pain/tention/stress point go. And breathe it out of your feet. Let it go.  

I have personally found this to work for me.

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