Just for today: I will let go of anger
Anger is a challenging and destructive emotion for many of us. It is something we often use against the people we care about the most; hurting ourselves as much as it hurts them. Anger is often generated when someone or something fails to meet our expectations. Perhaps even more importantly, when we do not meet the expectations we set for ourselves. But anger rarely achieves anything other than to make us and others feel badly.
Anger is actually a conscious choice, a habitual response we have developed.
Just for Today - Living In The Present
Each of the five Reiki principles begins with "Just for Today”. This phrase encourages us to live in the moment and be aware of what is going on around us. Our brains were designed to keep us alive. Part of this task is to constantly be alert for threats; real and imagined. Those threats are found in the past, present and future.
Living in the present forces us to live in the Now which is the only time over which we have control. Living in the present gives opportunities for appreciation and wonderment, to truly experience whatever we are doing at any given moment.
Reiki Principlesby Reiki Master, Donna Magtibay
Mon, Apr 1, 2019
Reiki is an energy healing modality that aims to remove blockages and/or increase the flow of energy around and throughout the body. Its holistic approach works on the body, mind, and spirit to stimulate the body’s own natural healing abilities.
Healing differs from curing. The goal of allopathic medicine is to cure or eradicate disease whereas Reiki aims to heal or restore balance and harmony. Restoring balance and harmony allows the body, mind and spirit to heal itself.
Today I'm sharing a post by Chronic Illness writer
Behaviors to Avoid If Your Loved One Is Chronically Ill
Anyone who lives with a chronic health condition knows how
frustrating it can be to deal with family and friends who either just don’t
understand or flat out don’t care.
Yes, it’s true that most people won’t understand something
until they go through it themselves. This isn’t really an excuse for overt
selfishness and total lack of compassion, though.
If you are a family member or friend of someone who
struggles with a physical/