I have many problems in my life, but my lips don’t know that. They always smile.”
– Charles Chaplin
Throughout my years, I have learned many techniques that incorporate relaxation as the most important first step on that all other methods are based upon.
May it be Meditation, Contemplation, Visualization, Silva Mind Control, Psycho-Cybernetics, Hypnosis, Self-Hypnosis, Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Autogenic Training, or you name it.
Have You Noticed? I Was Out AND There Is Life After Blog-Death.
If you’re an old fellow to UYM you might have noticed that I have been away for a while (well it has been over a year). Most people will tell you that such a blog is virtually death. But I found out that there is life after death and even during death – read on. Find out why I rather preferred a painful blog-death than becoming a regurgitating cow.
This is a guest post written by Barrie Davenport, a life and career coach and founder of Live Bold and Bloom, a blog about fearless living.
“Problems in relationships occur because each person is concentrating on what is missing in the other person. ” ~Wayne Dyer
Our love relationships can bring out the child in us. Not just childish behaviors, although they bring out plenty of those too. I’m talking about the real child we once were umpteen years ago when we lived at home with parents and siblings and two cats in the yard. Or whatever your experience happened to be.
If there is one thing that I learned from my life in general and all my spiritual revelations than it is that forgiving is not something that needs to happen between you and a God (let’s just assume that this one’s automatic and a done deal no matter what spiritual concept you are following) – but it needs to happen within yourself.
I always liked the quote of Heinrich Heine:
>“Of course God will forgive me; that’s His job. “
###Who Really Needs to Forgive You
But what is in the nature of God and therewith easy for him to do is mostly very hard for ourselves.
Huna is a Hawaiian term for “Secret”. But its practical application makes it a universal method for growth and achievement that is far from being psycho-babble. This series discusses the underlying 7 principles of Huna.The 7 fundamental principles of Huna are:
- IKE – The world is what you think it is
- KALA – There are no limits, everything is possible
- MAKIA – Energy flows where attention goes
- MANAWA – Now is the moment of power
- ALOHA – To love is to be happy with
- MANA – All power comes from within
- PONO – Effectiveness is the measure of truth
This is the final article in this series following my last 6 articles about the Huna principles of IKE – “The world is what you think it is”, KALA – “There are no limits, everything is possible”, MAKIA – “Energy flows where attention goes”, MANAWA – “Now is the moment of power”, ALOHA – “To love is to be happy with” and MANA – “All power comes from within“. Be sure to read these articles since I might refer to them. Also it is good to grasp the content of those principles for understanding principle 7. PONO – Effectiveness is the measure of truth.
Done that? Okay, let’s jump into it …