Stress is probably one of the biggest problems working individuals face today. Most people are always on the go and always under a lot of pressure. While technology has made most jobs easier, it has allowed employers to expect more and more productivity from their employees. And with these, people have less and less time to unwind and relax.
Besides stress being a major contributor to accumulating belly flab, obviously poor nutrition and lack of physical activities will play a large role also.
Surrounding yourself with the right cast members is important too. Sometimes it is hard meditation classes to give your best performance if you are among cast members who are not giving per cent. If you continue to play opposite players who are not playing full out, you will eventually lower your own expectations, believing this is the norm. Don’t let any player steal your thunder. Do not give less than you have in order not to make the others look bad. Fire those around you who drain your energy and are unnecessary burdens. Recast those parts with others who understand your “big picture” and have similar goals, those that you trust, and most of all those who you can laugh with.
When you observe yourself, you realize that you are not your thoughts, emotions, or life circumstances. You are the observer, consciousness itself. At first, this might seem difficult, but later, it will become part of your nature.
Over the past few years, I’ve tried eidetics, EFT (or tapping), visualizations, affirmations, meditation instruction baltimore, and lots of other kinds of energy work. I’m a super-logical, analytic kind of thinker, and I wish I could tell you exactly why some of the unusual forms of energy work are so successful. All I can say is that these practices reach the innermost parts of me and go way deeper than my analytic brain. No matter how it works, I have several years of personal evidence that it really makes a huge difference for me.
Every activity in our life is directly related to self confidence. This problem starts from the very first day when we attain consciousness. An infant does not have that consciousness and thus what to say about its self confidence.
I believe that these ‘Universal connections’ happen all around us everyday of our lives. We only have to focus our attention to see them; though sometimes they are so profound they will just jump right out and smack you in the face!