TE HACÉS LAS PREGUNTAS CORRECTAS?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Se trata sobre cómo pensás acerca de lo que te pasa.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Ubicarte en el lugar de víctima no evitará que ocurran momentos difíciles, y sólo te alejarás de convertir tus sueños en realidad⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Las preguntas controlan tu enfoque. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
En lo que te enfocás es lo que sentís, lo que sentíss, ES TU EXPERIENCIA DE VIDA.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Te dejo 3 tips para para acertar el enfoque de tus preguntas:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
1. Procura que tengan un enfoque positivo: cuando es positivo se enfoca en lo que SI quieres, en lo que te agregue valor, por ejemplo: ¿Por qué esto me sucede a mí? La respuesta natural es negativa. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
En cambio, cuando decís: ¿Qué hay de bueno para mí en esta experiencia? Estás retando tu atención a buscar las cosas positivas (que siempre las hay). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
2. Deben estar enfocadas en construir: en lugar de preguntar ¿Qué hice para merecer esto? O ¿Quién es el culpable de esto? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Preguntáte ¿Qué puedo hacer diferente partiendo de este resultado? ¿Cómo podemos encontrar una solución juntos? Si notas las posibles respuestas que emanan en la 2da versión agregarán valor – construirán mejores resultados.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
3. Usa menos “Por qué”: desde pequeños nuestra forma de preguntar favorita es iniciando con “Por qué esto o aquello” sin embargo ya para edad adulta es importante administrar su uso; por una sencilla razón los “Por qué” nos llevan a justificarnos, a excusarnos y victimizarnos. ¿Por qué no sabes inglés? ¿Por qué no haces ejercicios? ¿Por qué no te alimentas mejor?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
¿Qué es lo que la vida está tratando de enseñarte ahora mismo?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Entonces contáme: TE HACÉS LAS PREGUNTAS CORRECTAS? Te leo!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I’ve discovered that many of us who love the outdoors are fearful of being hypocritical.
That we want to be successful and impactful without losing our souls. Without being exiled by the communities we love the most. Without feeling that we’re doing more harm than good.
Please know that business, promotion, and money all have the energy that WE give it! And there are amazing businesses that heal, cure, solve, and provide. You get to actively LOOK for and CREATE the good.
There is no perfection, so let’s invite the elephant in the room to the table instead of pretending it doesn’t exist. And frankly... get over yourself! Yea, if we’re able to play outside - we ARE privileged. AND it would be a damn shame if we didn’t use any platform we have to show that conscious and successful impact IS possible, and you can enjoy your life in the process.
BE the example of business, athlete, creative, storyteller that you wished you saw more of. SHOW UP of instead of merely criticizing those who are doing their best to do exactly that. And for those who are showing up I see your efforts and applaud you for it! Imperfect action benefits us far greater than none at all!
I’ve looked up to Patagonia as a brand and Yvon Chouinard as a “reluctant businessman” since I was in middle school when my dad worked for them. He gave me his signed copy of “Let My People Go Surfing” for Christmas this year 💛 and I’m excited to absorb allllllll the vibes and inspiration from it.
When I was 10 years old I started to get debilitating pain in my head .
My earliest memory from those days were thinking “why am I being punished?”
It wasn’t until I got older that I understood this wasn’t my fault and I wouldn’t let my #migraine define my life... so I hid it from everyone
Yesterday I heard something about reframing your past emotions so you can move forward energetically. And you know what... I am who I am today because I have chronic migraines. And guess what?! I’m pretty proud of the person who stands before you today. .
We are all given adversities - it’s what you do in the face of them that defines you
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I’ve been noticing a massive shift in consciousness when it comes to the betterment of others and the practice of gratitude. Perhaps it’s due to all of the eye opening, horrific things happening in our world — but I like to think that for every bad thing that is happening, there is something just as wonderful is emerging. All love, fight on. X
What if we to look at failure differently?
What if emotion wasn't the driving factor in failure?
Taking emotion out of the driver's seat is easier said than done. For those of us who are wired with a Melancholy dominance, we are prone to have a lot of emotion when it comes to not getting something right.
Unaddressed soul wounds also trigger alot of emotion when something doesn't turn out the way we want it to or expect it to.
My daughter and daughter in law both have a young child, and I have heard each young mom explain to their child what emotion they are having when the child is having it. I love that! Instead of telling them not to feel that way, they are helping the babies process through the emotion
I did not do this when my children were young and this was not something that was done for me when I was a child.
Many of us have been reacting to failure with an emotion(s) that is more out of habit or out of wounding, which adds more pain, fear and negative self talk to the situation.
What if the next time we don't get the desired result, we stop and identify the emotion, process through it? Again easier said than done.
Then identify the action that we missed or are refusing to do. Would failure lose its power over us?
1. Recreate the gap that can be found between two breaths, two thoughts, between a stimulus and response. 2. Become the observer of your thoughts. Notice how what you think affects how you feel. Step back into that greater mental space which holds everything with kindness and compassion. 3. Practice a beginners mind. Let go of preconceived ideas about how a situation should be and open up to what is. This creates an opening into new possibilities. #selflove#meditation#mindfulness
It is important not to get wrapped up in the chaos that life can bring, even when we are mindful this can happen, we cannot control the world around us. However, we can choose what we allow to affect us and how we allow it to affect us. Be open to the positive, let it in, let it empower you. Do your best to live without fear, it’s not always easy but it opens so many doors. Enjoy the world around you, allow yourself to enjoy the quiet sometimes, don’t drown out the world around you. Be mindful. Be kind. Be compassionate. Be well.
Realise that our thoughts spark feelings & emotions and it is these emotions that spark our state and create our so called 'reality'. Bring your attention and awareness to cultivating your thought process, transcend your programmed patterns and spark an expansion of positive feelings & emotions and bare witness to flow and a new reality that was there all along.🌌🌝 📸 by: @roycebairphoto#TOMI#ActivatingPotential
Self love and authenticity are paramount to cultivating a conscious, happy self and life! ❤
We so often get caught up in the hamster wheel of negative self talk and low self esteem, and it takes daily connection and action to help diminish and rid of negative programming.
That is not to say that limiting thoughts do not emerge as we progress forward, we just learn how to better monitor and manage them and re-program them to serve us better.
This is why I urge everyone to really take time a few moments in the morning to truly connect with yourself. 🙌
Relax, breathe deeply, affirm positive intentions for the day and encouraging words to yourself as well.
Remind yourself you are loved by placing your hands over your heart and repeating "I deeply and unconditionally love and honour you, in every way, every day." Meditate, do yoga, visualise, pray and give thanks for all the things you are grateful for and all that will bestowed to you through out that day.
Just sit with yourself.
Be present with yourself and your own being and soul.
Nurture yourself for a moment.
It seems so minimal but actually has such magnificent and powerful effects if practiced daily!
If there is one thing you can do daily going into 2019, this would be one of those PRIORITY things! ✔
Cultivate this habit and find which suggestions work for you, but please honour your beautiful self and make YOU time, non negotiable.
Social media can wait, the dogs can wait, emails can wait, your boo can wait.
Everything can wait, because YOU come first!
Lots of love, Alycia xx 🌟❤🦄
“Healing takes courage and we all have courage, even if we have to dig a little to find it.” — Tori Amos
Give yourself another day, another chance. You will find your courage eventually. Don’t give up on yourself just yet! You can do it! 💚
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Have you check in with yourself today?
With the busiest time of year around the corner. I find myself at times being a little grouch. Yes it’s possible , but it’s been astonishing how checking in with myself instantly improves my mood.
See it’s important for us to practice self care regimen regardless of how busy we are. .
Remember you are the MVP of your life, treat yourself more like it.
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We all have access to a place inside our mind where we can retreat to in times of chaos.
The ultimate goal is to find that place, and live there daily.
New post! “I’ll Only Know In the Moment” part 2- (link in bio) Leaving the metro in Condesa, I saw a metal walker laying sideways on some stairs, last night. A few stairs above was a man lying on the ground. I rushed over, picked up the walker, brought it to the man, asking if he needed help. He pushed the walker away and muttered something I couldn't really understand. I tried to move the walker to a higher step- thinking that this would better help him. Laying on the ground, legs twisted, the older man pushed the walker away and let it fall down the stairs. I looked across the stairwell facing opposite of us and saw a middle-aged middle class male and female couple looking as dumb-founded as me. The on-looker told me, in Spanish, that they had been trying to help him as well; but the man also refused any assistance.
There was nothing more to do, but let him languish in his squalor. He was railing against the thing that is his support, and I don't blame him one bit. He has every right to be pissed and mad at the world and god. Haven't we all refused the help of a tender hand? I tend to rebuke the help of those with forceful hands and words. Am I doing that now in my own way, by leaving everything & everyone I know behind?
I have 5 days left booked, and I am not quite sure where my next step is. Still in Mexico, but for how long will I live in impermanence? Until my money runs out, until I finally decide somewhere to settle down these restless bones and heart? Until my first book gets published? The answer will come. I will know in the moment when it's right to make a choice. I can feel it's getting closer.
There are miracles & lessons happening every day. I have not had the same experience as the man I met on subway stairs, but I understand the forlornness, the sometimes apparent cruelty and injustice of the world. Still, I have seen so much beauty to know that the uncertain times are the falsities.
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New post! “I’ll Only Know In the Moment” part 1- (link in bio) 13th day in CDMX. I did not feel so brave today, but I can pinpoint its origins. It feels like lifetimes have passed since I left TX, in August. The countless lives, identities we have lived before today, yet this moment is all we have. We can't ever be sure what the next one will or will not bring us. I went to reheat leftovers & found my food was stolen from the hostel/hotel kitchen. I've never stayed in a place that functions quite like this one. But there is an unwritten code amongst travelers and it was broken. I scrawled a letter to the thief, telling them that if they were poor & hungry- it was wrong & hoped that they were nourished and enjoyed it. But if the person who nicked my food was just lazy or uncaring- I told them to “go fuck themselves.” I later left a postcard- apologizing for that tone along w/ a smattering of pesos if someone needed them.
I returned & two notes in Spanish had been written next to mine- rebuking the robber. The postcard & pesos still left on the counter. A shred of hope in humanity restored. I wasn’t as upset about stolen food, it felt like a betrayal to my quest or whatever this half-planned and half-flying by the seat of my pants thing I’m doing. Perhaps that's how life is supposed to be. We live on precarious edges each moment. We take waking up, sex, FOOD, & limbs for granted. We withhold love from those we love or are "supposed" to love the most. We cannot give what we don’t have. And “I do not want what I haven’t got.” That's a lie, & the name of Sinead O'Connor's debut album. 😆 Still, there is some truth in that sentiment. Stranger in a strange land. The Man Who Fell to Earth. Will I ever find a place that is home- which can contain these multitudes? “Have you forgotten? You are multitudes. You can never be contained in words or bodies, alone.”
No Mud, No Lotus... it’s been quite a journey so far. I’m proud of myself. I was so happy in the first photo, pregnant with my third child, I was completely immersed in Mom life, raising these sweet little boys was my Life. Joyfully it Still is!!! :: But something was missing in the first photo. A bit of my strength, my courage...I lost myself for a while. The journey of being a mother is a special thing, and at times a difficult thing. I used to constantly give myself a hard time, I wanted to be the Best mom my children could have!! Still do! One thing I struggled with was being too hard on myself, us as moms tend to criticize our own every move. Did I handle that right, do they feel loved enough, do they all feel heard, did they eat enough, drink enough...Is my husband feeling neglected... etc. It’s a very difficult thing to put yourself first...EVER. Slowly I started to learn the balance, and I realized through YOGA that if I didn’t take some time for myself... I struggled with my family more. Everytime I checked out for a bit, ‘filled my cup’ so to speak, I had Much Much more to offer my loved ones! This is how I found myself again, my strength my courage, my connection to self returned. By taking some time for ME. I’m stronger now, i can handle the things life throws at me, as a householder Yogi i thrive on being mindful with my family and Yoga has helped me tremendously with this. This is how I maintain my life now, finding a passion and investing love into it can guide you home. 🏡 Don’t be afraid to take a step back, to allow your ‘pitcher to fill back up’ how else are we able to serve others? The saying goes, “you can’t fill a cup from an empty pitcher”.☺️💕🙏🏼 #taketimeforyourself
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Music, the best way to share a feeling without having to say something.