- Be thoughtful to yourself: "On the off chance that you need others to be joyful, rehearse empathy. On the off chance that you need to be joyful, hone compassion."dalai Lama. Being thoughtful instead of discriminating towards yourself supports bliss more than all else I know. In the event that you do one thing today, do this. Wish yourself well. Treat yourself as merciful as you would a little kid.
- Be appreciative: Appreciation is one of life's most vitalising parts. Research has demonstrated that polishing appreciation can have sensational and enduring impacts in an individual's life. This might be tolerating anther individual's consideration, acknowledging nature, or perceiving the blessings in one life. Past these profits, it feels great in it right to like that we have been "the beneficiary of unreservedly and liberally presented consideration." In my course "Six weeks to a more satisfied you," we have recently completed the session on appreciation and the most prominent homework task was the joy walk. More plans for encountering the satisfaction impact of appreciation could be found in my past post on an Aussie Thanksgiving examination.
- Be interested: Ben Dean Ph.d., lets us know that "Inquisitive individuals have a continuous, inborn enthusiasm toward both their internal experience and their general surroundings. Inquisitive individuals have a tendency to be pulled in to new individuals, new things, and new encounters, and they are once in a while exhausted. Everybody has interest to some degree." It is the cure to judging ourselves as well as other people and opens us up to ordinary wellsprings of satisfaction.
- Take in the great: One of my most loved practices from Rick Hanson. Make great truths get to be encounters by recognizing them, appreciating them for 15 to 30 seconds and truly giving them a chance to sink into your body. That way your mind and body truly enlists that cheerful minute and you override the brains propensity to be velcro for awful encounters and teflon for good.
- Unite with somebody: Drop your plan and truly tune into that individual. Listen with your entire body. Recognize how upbeat and energized you can feel to impart a minute of comprehension and straightforwardness truly joining with someone else ands enjoy the warmth, admiration and goodwill.
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
Posted by Beth Lawrence at 23:14
Friday, 22 February 2013
Happily Ever After (also known as Snow White: Happily Ever After) is a 1993 American animated film created by Filmation. The story is an unofficial sequel to the fairy tale of Snow White. Aside from Snow White herself, the prince she falls in love with, the magic mirror, and the references to the wicked queen, all of the characters in Happily Ever After are unique to this film. Filmation had previously developed a plan to create a series of direct-to-video sequels to popular Disney motion pictures, but only this film and Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night were ever completed. The film was eventually released during the same summer that Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was re-released theatrically; sued by Disney, Filmation promised their character would not resemble the ones from the Disney version. An unreleased NES video game had been also planned in 1990 but a Super NES version of the video game was released four years later (a year later after the film's release).
Posted by Beth Lawrence at 05:27
Wednesday, 1 August 2012
"Happy Ever After" is a single released by the Bee Gees, released on their 1991 album High Civilization. This single was issued only in the US, Warner Bros. issued another casette only single, There was a promo vinyl single with the 6:17 song faded early to 5:36 on one side and edited to 4:16 on the other. This track explicit one of the undercurrents of the fantasy, that it is an older man dreaming of a much younger girl, It's hinted at everywhere, like the song "Ghost Train" where he says he was born too soon, This would explain his difficulty in gaining her interest, Barry as the protagonist still haven't given though, and wonders whether there will be a happy ending. On this song it features the percussion played by Lenny Castro.
Posted by Beth Lawrence at 05:01
Tuesday, 23 August 2011
For the first time in way too long, I have been reading and catching up on some of the beloved blogs I follow. And, I am so excited to read that I am not the only one who has been a bit neglectful to her blog! Thank goodness.
Life has just been so crazy busy since Jack made his grand entrance into the world, and well, my blog has suffered. But, in all honesty, that isn't all that has suffered. My house is a disaster, my ironing is piled sky high and my photography has kind of fallen to the way side to and sewing... wasn't that a hobby of mine for a while? Anyway... And, that doesn't even include what I have done, or not done for myself.
However, I joined the gym today and after a brief workout - Very brief. So brief that I will not even embarrass myself by giving details - I am really feeling how neglectful I have been to myself. It's sad really. But, I am back on the wagon, ready to get my act together and get my booty back where it should be... not touching the backs of my knees!
I am also ready to get myself back into gear with my blog. But, I think I need a revamp. I mean, look at it... no where does it display Jack and I am so over the look of it. I need something new. I've been searching, but haven't found the perfect look yet. Any suggestions??? Anyone want to make-over my blog for free??? I'll gladly display your info and advertise for you! Please, I realize this is a major opportunity, but don't everyone email me at once! :)
Happy Thursday, everyone! Hope that you have a wonderful weekend. And be on the lookout for changes coming soon... I hope!
Posted by Beth Lawrence at 06:00