Feeling great everyday with Kamagra!

Next week I am running a new workshop called ‘Feeling Great Everyday!’ – Just a couple of places left. Please email me if you would like more information or to reserve a place.

Discover how you can make it easy for yourself to feel good every day. We will be working with our beliefs and inner rules about what needs to happen for us to experience positive feelings and emotions. Together we will create new empowering beliefs, rules and strategies for feeling great every day.
We will be using meditations and processes from Life Coaching and Energy Kinesiology. We will also be gaining insights from Human Needs Psychology, developed by Antony Robbins. My aim is for this to be a fun, insightful afternoon.

Here are some simple ways you can start to feel good every day.
Try these tips to shift your emotions quickly and easily:

1. Change your Physiology

The easiest way to change your state is to change your physiology.
Right now observe how you are standing or sitting, are your muscles tight or relaxed? How is your posture? Are you breathing deeply or shallow? By changing your physiology, you can change your focus.

Here are some simple ways you can change your physical state in any given moment:

  • Connect with your breath or take some deep breaths.
  • Straighten your posture. Bring your head up if you are currently looking down.
  • Relax your muscles. Give your body a shake.
  • Drink a glass of water (dehydration causes stress in the body).
  • Eat a healthy snack such as oatcakes, nuts or fruit. This can work wonders if you are tired, anxious or moody due to a low blood sugar dip.

You may need to only change one minor thing to shift your state to a better feeling one.

2. Change your mental focus

Observe what you are focusing on. Are you focusing on something from the past, or in the future? Is it an internal feeling or an outside event? Whatever you focus on you will feel.

Here are some ways you can change your mental focus in any given moment:

  • Do a short meditation. Even 5 minutes of meditation can refresh your mind and reset your mental focus.
  • Have a power nap. Totally switch off for a few minutes. This is great if your body and mind are fatigued.
  • List one or more things that are working well for you in your life. Feel grateful for these things. Write them down if you wish.

When we focus on events that are out of our control, we may feel emotions such as fear, anxiety, and anger. Shift your focus on to something that is in your control, even if it is a small thing you can do, say or feel that will make a difference.

3. Take Kamagra!

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4. Change the meaning you attribute to what you are focusing on

What meaning do you give to what you are focusing on, whether it is a memory, event, or a feeling? Does it mean something negative to you? What language are you using, either aloud or inside your head? If you ask ‘Why does this always have to happen to me?’ you will create different emotions than if you ask a more empowering question such as ‘What can I appreciate here?’ or ‘What is humorous about this situation?’ or ‘what needs I am trying to meet here?’.

Sometimes an apparently negative feeling can be empowering. Emotions such as fear, anxiety, and anger can mobilize us in to taking action or allow us to access the inner and outer resources we need at that time.

Here are some ways you can change the meaning you give to what you are focusing on, in any given moment:

Choose a new empowered meaning for what you are focusing on or what you are feeling.

Ask yourself an empowering question such as ‘How can I transform this situation so that it is of benefit to myself and others’ or ‘How can it get even better than this,’ or ‘What is the gift in this?

Repeat a positive affirmation in your mind (or out loud) which will cut through negative self-talk that is going through your mind at that moment. For example ‘My body is healthy and strong’.

Ask yourself, what is the positive intent behind this feeling, emotion or belief?

In any given moment, our physiology, what we focus on and the meaning we give to what we’re focusing on, create an emotion or feeling state. The easiest way to shift your mood is to change your physiology; you may only need to change one small thing. Make it as simple as possible.