Sunday, September 29, 2013

Stop Complaining and Worrying

by Dr. Louann Tung: President of Core-Herence Coaching
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Are you surrounded by people who worry and complain all the time? If so, you likely have this same habit! These unhealthy habits are viruses in our mental operating system. These mental viruses are energy vampires and make us sick! Tune in, download your anti-virus software, reprogram your mind, and get energized and healthy.  Listen up, Mom and Dad! Parental stress is contagious! If you hang onto worry and complaining your kids will catch your virus! Try these fun easy exercises for 21 days to bring awareness to your words and stop worrying and stop complaining! It’s a fun exercise for the whole family.  Learn the most powerful, ancient, AND fun meditation for rapid results. 

What is your biggest complaint or worry? We have to acknowledge the complaint or worry before we can dissolve it. Please vent in the comment box! Thanks!


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References

"The Happiness Advantage" by Shawn Achor

Recipe of the week                                   

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Hummus (4 servings)

12-oz can garbanzo beans           preferably unsalted
juice of half a lemon
1 Tbsp tahini (sesame butter)
1 to 2 Tbsp olive oil
1/3 tsp sea salt 
paprika to taste
1 clove chopped garlic    optional

Place all in a small pot (do not drain beans) and simmer 5-minutes. Put in a blender and add additional oil if needed. Use as a side dish, dip, or sandwich spread. 

Meditation of the week

Mirror Meditation to break complaining and worrying 
  • Find a time where you will be alone for about 30 minutes. Sit comfortably in front of a mirror. Look deeply into your own eyes. Then just say everything that you’re worried about. Name all your complaints to your reflection. Really get it all out of your system. Don’t be judgmental or harsh on yourself. Keep venting until you feel there is nothing else to vent about. Eventually you start becoming your own therapist! It’s an amazing experience to go through. Whenever you feel the urge to complain just complain to your reflection rather than wearing down other listeners. 

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1 comment:

  1. What is your biggest complaint? We first have to recognize the complaint before we can dissolve it. Please rant here!

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