To start the year off right, what could be nicer than to hear that everything is going to be fine. We are going there with fine resolutions, we are optimistic and ready to devote all the necessary efforts to live a year that lives up to our ambitions.
Of course, we know that the plans and the good intentions are not always enough to live a year without storms. In his book, Stop Correcting Yourself – Wake Up! All is well!, author Anthony De Mello has some great tips for minimizing disappointment and disappointment.
By setting the bar very high when it comes to your goals, chances are that you will experience some disappointments, even very big disappointments.
On the other hand, those who have no expectations are in principle less disappointed than others when life takes them somewhere other than the desired destination. But they are also those who stand still with no specific goal.
The solution might be somewhere in between. Without having overly ambitious objectives, the idea of having at least an idea of certain targets to be achieved would be desirable, in order to continue one's personal and professional journey.
Either we move forward, either you regress, stagnation is almost impossible, and nothing is worse than seeing others around you move forward while you go backwards.
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The author wants every individual to be able to live the life they are meant to live. To do this, we must do a work of introspection in order to discover our own destiny according to our desires and our abilities. When we follow our path, everything becomes easier.
Among his advice, the author suggests putting aside the anxiety that hinders our progress. Anxiety can be reduced to the idea of losing something, a very unpleasant feeling. The vision becomes distorted and we can no longer think objectively. It is up to us to see what matters, to detach ourselves from trivialities and put our efforts where it counts in order to live a fulfilling life. We thus understand that the objective of the year would simply be to be happy and to find the means to achieve it.
Dreams that say it all
Everyone dreams in their sleep, even if you don't remember anything. If you only have a vague idea of your dreams, know that your subconscious remembers.
With practice, it is possible to better remember your dreams, even to decode them. Why ? Because according to the author, Layne Dalfen, who is the official dreamcatcher of the famous host and producer Oprah Winfrey, they are the solution to your problems. We have often heard that dreams are associated with symbols and that they have a meaning.
In fact, these sayings are too simplistic, because one symbol may mean something completely different to you than to another. As each individual is unique, each message associated with a dream has a different meaning depending on the individual's perception.
Better yet, dreams would bring the solution to your problems since your subconscious is working on your blind overnight. According to the author, the dream is a creator of tailor-made solutions.
Thus, to benefit from its answers, one must learn to decode and analyze them by first remembering them. It only takes a fraction of a second to wake up to completely forget your dreams, because yes, we have several dreams in one night.
Morning alarms are the worst enemies. To remember your dreams, you have to do it gently and gradually. Here is a guide that will teach you how to interpret your dreams.
Countering inflammation through diet
Changing your diet is often the best remedy for solving various health problems. The same goes for inflammation, since it is associated with several diseases. Heart disease, type 2 diabetes, arthritis, depression and various digestive problems are associated with chronic inflammation.
This beautifully illustrated book is packed with tips for countering inflammation, primarily by food. Did you know that antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables can solve the problems associated with inflammation?
Inflammation can be located all over the body, causing problems serious. Here, we offer 50 anti-inflammatory foods that will protect your heart and various organs while helping you recover physically.
Avoiding inflammatory foods, such as fried vegetables or juices of fruits with added sugar, and replacing them with fresh fruits, raw vegetables, dark chocolate, oily fish, honey and maple syrup, you will be able to notice a noticeable difference on the whole of your health.