Heart Math…Who Knew?

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Rumi, 13th-century Persian poet, and Sufi mystic said that “Only from the heart can you touch the sky.” and science is proving this to be true in more ways than one. Not only does the heart keep us physically alive but studies show the heart truly is a love center as well. The website www.heartmath.com has a multitude of information on this fascinating topic. Acts of kindness for instance keep the heart exercised as much as any aerobic workout. Simple acts of altruism help others and also the have the added bonus of strengthening our own hearts.
Another interesting fact is that the heart rhythm pattern of a person that is frustrated is dramatically different from one taken when a person is in appreciation with the appreciation pattern being much healthier.
Tuesday, 7/26 7:00 PM Eastern on The Night Shift I am going to be talking about Heart Math and the positive benefits of heart breathing and other tips to keep your heart working at its best.
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10 Tips to Diffuse a Volatile Situation

We are living in a very volatile and dangerous age. Not only have issues of domestic violence, child and animal abuse, anger in the workplace and so on been more apparent, but we are definitely witnessing a rise of violence within our communities. Gangs and individual assaults seem to be taking a back seat to protests by militant groups claiming to seek justice but who in actuality are promoting and engaging in acts of violence themselves. What could be a peaceful gathering intent on seeking a reasonable solution to a problem escalates to one of violence and often bloodshed. Angry and passionate individuals determined to right an injustice only create further mayhem by advocating and engaging in the very acts they condemn.
But is it possible for large masses of angry individuals to successfully , reasonable, and peacefully find solutions to perceived issues of extreme injustice? Yes, if both sides follow these ten recommended tips:

1. Approach other party(s) in a non hostile non aggressive way. By taking a non threatening approach the other party feels relatively confident that they are not at risk physically or otherwise and therefore the need for a defensive response is unnecessary.
2. Be open minded and fair in the way you present your grievances. Refrain from using such phrases as “you always”, “we never” “it can’t”. In each case, one assumes a scenario that is not necessarily true, appears extreme and unrealistic, and creates a mindset of preconceived defeat.
3. Be respectful in the way you speak to and treat one another. Passion need not translate into disrespectful or degrading conduct towards the disagreeing party. Always be mindful that the amount of cooperation you receive from the other party is in direct proportion to the amount of respect you afford them. So be generous.
4. Deal with facts, not simply feelings. Too often we rant about how angry or hurt or offended we are. Dealing with facts enables us to more accurately see the true nature of the incident. Adding feelings to the dialogue lends a deeper level of understanding as to how the incident is impacting both sides.
5. Keep everything in the proper perspective. Exaggerating may add an element of drama but is only effective on stage. Deal with the serious issues and leave those of lesser importance for another time.
6. Remove any extraneous issues; stick to the original topic. When discussing a serious issue, refrain from going off on tangents. It’s easy to become distracted by related issues but only takes precious resources away from the primary one.
7. Refrain from any inflammatory or accusatory statements. Quickly diffuse any that may occur. Accusations, blame, assumptions, and exaggerations can all incite. There are those who will deliberately try to provoke the other into losing control. Be aware of the intent and nature of every comment and quickly diffuse anything that can escalate to something more serious. Don’t ever take the bait.
8. Listen objectively with the intent to understand the other person, to gain deeper insight into the nature of the conflict, and to extract any possible solutions or partial solutions offered by the other party.
9. Be willing to compromise, recognizing that each side believes their position is valid and correct.
10. Show appreciation for the time and effort the other side has put forth. A little appreciation goes a long way and can enable both sides to reach a peaceful resolution more efficiently and quickly.

With true concern for the well-being of each other and a sincere desire to resolve the issue peacefully, anyone can find a reasonable solution to any challenge by following the above Ten Tips. It can be challenging but with practice and determination and a sincere regard for justice, one can realize the path to coexisting harmoniously with others. And we certainly are all deserving of that.

Let me reiterate: “The amount of cooperation you receive from the other party is in direct proportion to the amount of respect you afford them.” Be generous.

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Let’s Talk to the Animals!

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Have you every wanted to know what your pet was thinking? Pets are part of our families and there are often times we would really like to hear what they might have to say. Animal communication is an ability to talk with animals using telepathy. We were all born with this ability but as we get older we tend to block our passage ways. An animal communicator does not have this limitation and can not only communicate with pets but also give their owners ways to do the same. Here are some of the benefits:

  • Prepare a pet for a new arrival in the family, a family change or a move.
  • Introducing a new pet to the family.
  • Discover where your pet is being naughty.
  • Assist with healing trauma, injury, death, or grief.
  • If you have adopted a rescue animal find out about their past and ways to make them feel secure.

This week on The Night Shift, 7/19 7:00 PM EDT we will be discussing animal communication with an expert, Lizanne Flynn. Lizanne is a Certified Canine Massage Therapist, a Certified Reiki Master/Teacher and together with The Animals’ iView, specializes in bridging dimensions between all beings of energy. Lizanne began her journey as facilitator of self-healing for all beings after completing her first career in healthcare human resources. Her intuitive skill set came forward after she became aware of being able to speak telepathically with animals while volunteering at a local animal shelter. Tune in to hear her fascinating story and bring your questions to the chat room.

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