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How I used counselling, NLP and EFT for emotional eating?

Are you constantly Binge Eating ? Do you feel that are you dealing with Self worth issues ? Do you always find yourself justifying your image and identity to people ? Have you been through Body shaming ? If you are nodding to any of these challenges then read on….

I fundamentally believe in tapping on the meridians and unlocking the trapped energies for creating a new association for the neurological pathways . It is possible that any negative or unresourceful behaviours and habits that are carried out at the physical level can be rewired and repatterned with new language , new words and affirmations provided there is a space created for awareness , stillness and pause . When one enters into a deep contemplation and peaceful state of mind , then one is infused with and surrounded with white Light ⚡️⚡️⚡️

Here is a video on How I used EFT Therapy with NLP and counselling for a client who had eating disorders and magic happened when awareness kicked in and realisations that made her feel powerful at the end session !

If you are Interested In joining me for a customised tapping sessions then DM me !

Ways to Stay Motivated in Business

If you own your own business or are an entrepreneur, you can often be faced with challenges that strike down your motivation to go on.

But here are a few ways you can reign in the troops and find the spirit to keep going.

  • Define your core values. I realised it late in my journey that it is important to understand and identify my Core business values encapsulated in my mission statement.It guided my actions and my venture through times good and bad times by helping me find direction and bringing me through turbulent times.
  • “Making money” is not a goal that’s sure to keep you motivated when clients aren’t coming, but “delivering sustainable sources of energy” or something similarly specific will help you stay motivated towards a goal that forms the bigger picture.
  • Take a look at the checkpoints. There was initially a gap between my desired results and the actual results of what’s happened so far because my goal was monolithic and too far into the future. I took a look at smaller components to get a more accurate picture of how things were progressing, which also bolstered my motivation to continue carrying the torch for others.
  • Surround yourself with friends. The people around me played a big role in my success. When it came to running my own business, there are a lot of naysayers out there who would throw in their two cents, but I learnt to take it all with a grain of salt. Instead, seek out like-minded visionaries and entrepreneurs, both at networking events and in casual contexts. Get inspiration and motivation from those in a similar station who also have an imaginative vision for the future.
  • Remember that the grass isn’t always greener. If you’re one of those business owners who have previous experience in the nine-to-five economy, remember what it was like to sign away your schedule and practically your soul to a corporate overlord. While running your business is tough, it sure beats being underpaid, unappreciated, and overworked by someone who can just flick you away at the drop of the hat. Do you really want to return to that kind of environment?
  • Figure out what you want. Desire is the motivating force behind almost anything, and business is no different. If you’ve pegged your desires as shallow goals like making more cash, it can be easy to get discouraged. But if you dig a little deeper and get to some core reasons for being inspired, it’s easier to stay the course—for example, a better home, providing for your family, or enjoying life to the fullest.

How to stop taking the energy of others?

How to stop 🛑 Taking on the Energy of Others?

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This post is Especially for Virtual trainers , teachers , counselors , healthcare workers , sellers, sensitive empaths , caring managers , caregivers , counselors , coaches .

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To protect ourselves from taking on any negative energy from people or situations, we can learn to shield. 🛑

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🤷🏻‍♀️There are times when you may find that being around certain individuals or groups of people leaves you with feelings of discomfort.
🙅🏼‍♀️It may be that spending time with a particular friend feels draining or that dealing with a specific coworker exhausts you.
🙅🏼‍♀️Being around toxic or angry people is also draining.
🙅🏼‍♀️And you may even find that being surrounded by a crowd of people lowers your energy levels rather than perks you up.
🙅🏼‍♀️This is not that unusual.

💁‍♀️Each of us radiates energy and is capable of being influenced by the energy of other people.

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🙅🏼‍♀️It is important to learn how to shield yourself, so you don’t unknowingly take on someone else’s energy.
🙆‍♀️While some people know how to instinctively protect themselves from being adversely affected by energy, most of us need to discover and practice the technique that works best.

There are a number of ways to avoid being affected by people’s energy.

✅Shielding is one preventative technique you can use.
✅Center yourself and envision being enveloped in a cocoon of loving and protective light.
This protective layer should allow you to consciously regulate the energy around you.
✅The intent to shield oneself is all you need for this technique to work. You can even create a trigger word to assist you in quickly creating a shield.
✅Say this word each time you create a new shield, until the word and the shield become automatically associated in your mind.
✅If you run into a person whose energy you find draining, you may want to cleanse your own energy field after your encounter.
✅Sage, cold showers, singing, mineral water baths, spending time in nature, and a simple break to recharge are all ways to accomplish this.

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While it is important to know how to shield yourself from energy, there are those energies that you may not want to shut out.
The energy of laughter from a newborn baby, the feeling of joy radiating from someone in love, and the frequency of calm emanating from an enlightened teacher are just some of the energies coming from others that you may want to have around you.

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8 Traits of a Great Leader in Any Context


What are some of the qualities and traits that differentiate between the good and the extra-ordinary leaders?

Through history we have known hundreds of thousands of leaders -and probably millions today, leading the economy or workplaces to their capacities.

1. Integrity: If a leader isn’t honest and doesn’t adhere to a moral code, how can they willingly expect other people to follow them? When people see that a person walks the walk in addition to talking the talk, they have more respect for that person, and more natural desire to follow them.

2. Confidence. A good leader is confident in their ability to lead. If they’re timid and afraid, nobody is going to feel confident following them. A leader who speaks with assertion will find their orders followed effectively, while a leader who hems and haws will frequently open themselves up to negotiation.

3. Commitment. A good leader needs to have resolute commitment to their goals if they want their team to unflaggingly follow them uphill. When a leader shows passion, drive, and a willingness to get their hands dirty, the team will rally to the cause.

4. Communication. It’s incredibly frustrating to work with someone who doesn’t clearly spell out what they want. While miscommunication has literally lost battles and felled empires, good communication can help a leader and their team carry out a mission effectively.

5. Accountability. Nobody wants to work for someone who points fingers and passes the buck. It’s whiny, childish, and almost pitiful to see someone in power try and lay the blame on others, especially when those others are the proverbial little people beneath them. By contrast, people appreciate the humility that comes with a sense of accountability—they find it endearing and bonding.

6. Empathy. The best of leaders not only commands a team—they know their team. A leader who knows names, faces, and stories is someone with a team that feels appreciated, which in turn translates into success.

7. Empowerment. You may think that people have a natural tendency to avoid work, but that’s not entirely true. People actually want to feel useful, and appreciate a leader who can empower them to make the right choices without micromanaging.

8. Intelligence. You don’t have to be the brightest crayon in the box about everything, but you better know what you’re talking about if you’re a leader—and if you don’t, at least surround yourself with people who do.

What comes to your mind when you think of extra ordinary leadership?

6 Traits of a Great Leader in the Workplace

When we think of leadership, we sometimes think of epic moments like George Washington crossing the Delaware, or Martin Luther King Jr. speaking on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. But what makes a leader great in a less epic venue, like work?

1. Communication

A good leader at work is a good communicator and clearly spells out expectations. Not only that, they foster good communication between their team. A great leader goes above and beyond leveraging chats, emails, and texting groups to bring their team together around workplace issues. They don’t just offer tools for networking—they help develop a sense of how to communicate effectively.

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2. Empathy

A good leader in the workplace cares about their employees and shows it. Remembering the details of their lives and asking follow up questions (in a non-invasive way) about spouses, children, parents, and life events shows that they care about their employees and view them as more than just human chattel.

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3. Approachability

A good leader is someone who people are not afraid to approach with a question or concern. Sometimes the office door needs to be closed. But when it doesn’t, leave it open, and maybe even have a bowl of candy or some coffee for visiting employees. They shouldn’t dread your office like they did the principal’s; they should know it’s a safe haven they can turn to for help.

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4. Generosity

Everybody loves a boss who does nice things for the team, whether it’s renting a food cart for lunch or taking everyone to a movie. Bosses and managers who use rewards to motivate their team rather than threats and punishments will find they have a much more effective workforce.

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5. Passion

As the captain of the team, you’ll find that leading with example is the best way to go. If you’re plugged into the mission of your company or care about what your business does, that enthusiasm will be contagious and spread to your workers. Read up regularly on your field, network at events and attend conferences to be a cutting edge player in your line of work.

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6. Firmness

Nobody wants a tyrant for a boss, but they also don’t want a pushover. A good leader needs to be firm and resolute and also know when to put their proverbial foot down in a respectful way, whether it’s breaking up a water-cooler party or discussing mismanaged time with an employee. Clarify your principles and rules and stick to your guns—although per our earlier points, know when to bend the rules for extenuating circumstances.

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8 ONLINE EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT Sites

Join, engage, establish your presence and gain knowledge from the following top educational support forums and communities: 

1-http://www.ocwconsortium.org/

2-http://www.ocwconsortium.org/en/courses/ocwsites

3-http://ocw.tufts.edu -Tuft

4-http://ocw.upm.es -Univesidad Politechnica, Madrid

5-http://www.open.edu/openlearn/

6-http://ocw.usu.edu/ -Utah State University

7-http://open.umich.edu/ -Univ of Michigan

8- http://ocw.nd.edu/ -Nore Dame Univ

Imagination is the first step towards creating your new reality !

The ability to imagine things pervades our entire existence. It influences everything we do, think about and create. It leads to elaborate theories, dreams and inventions in any profession from the realms of academia to engineering and the arts.

The definition of imagination is the ability to come up with mental images of something that is not real or to come up with new and creative ideas. When a child is playing house and creates a pretend story, this is an example of a child using his imagination.

As per mentor – Bob Proctor his powerful quote actually means “Creation begins in the mind before it becomes physical.”

Everybody has the ability to imagine, but imagination becomes powerful when you turn it into “manifestation”. Every material thing that was created by humans was first imagined.

To imagine that which does not exist in your reality requires Discipline , Determination , Dedication and Belief & Faith. Learn to become a powerful manifestor or generator of positive outcomes in your life .

We are all creators of our destiny but very few people understand the power of imagination to create powerful experiences for themselves.

6 Tips to avoid side track syndrome and focus on your tasks!

Tips on how to avoid multi tasking by prioritising your tasks or To Do lists!

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1-Learn to list down all tasks for the day and prioritise the tasks as urgent and important vs not so urgent / Important

2-Identify the tasks you don’t need to do today

3-Have a definite schedule with a timeframe for each task and put a timer ⏱

4-Manage your time in portions ( just like eating )

 5-Cluster tasks that are similar and correlated to each other

6-Interruptions are unmanageable , keep a pause and resume in your stopwatch to see how much time you have spent on side track conversations!

Hope this helped you to stay focused on your track and achieve more!

5 Tips For Better Self-Care ❤️

It can be difficult to make time for self-care in our busy schedules. We run from one commitment to another, filling every gap in our life with work, study, family and social events. The chaos of modern life makes it even more important that we take the time to care for our individual wellbeing, both physically and mentally. If you are struggling with your own self-care, consider these five tips to improve your habits.

1. Add self-care to your normal routine

When planning your weekly schedule, make sure that you have time for self-care. Cementing its place in your routine means that you will be more likely to commit to self-care as you will have allocated time specifically reserved for it. The more often you practice self-care, the more it will become a habit and part of your regular life.

2. Do what suits you

Self-care looks for different for everyone. Some people enjoy getting outdoors, others like catching up with friends and some people prefer sitting at home losing themselves in a good book or movie. Identify what makes you feel better and commit to that. Don’t feel pressured by what others consider self-care; long walks aren’t for everyone.

3. Practice gratitude

Engaging in regular gratitude practice is a valuable habit and a worthwhile way to spend your allocated self-care time. Take some time each day or week to write down three things that you are grateful for. Try to think of unique things that have happened for that week, rather than repeating the same common things each time. It may be difficult at first, but the more you practice gratitude the easier it will become. Regular participation in gratitude exercises trains your brain to be more thankful and positive about the things you have in your life, rather than focusing on the things you don’t have or things that aren’t going so well.

4. Be brave and try something new

Trying something new is a great way to break the monotony of everyday life. Your mental health will benefit and you will learn new skills, both through the actual activity but also in regard to managing your nerves and being open to new opportunities. It is a great way to take care of your mental, and depending on the activity, physical health.

5. Detox from social media Social media can be a great way to keep in touch with people, but in can also lead to resentment through comparison. If you are feeling overwhelmed or finding yourself in a rut, take a break of social media to become more present and rejuvenate in the real world.