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Lisa invites you to Lifeshare University of Healing

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Being Kind to Unkind People

“Be kind to unkind people – they need it the most.”

Ashleigh Brilliant ”

Kind words are short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless.”

Mother Teresa

Hi! Today I would like to share a short guide to being a kinder person. Becoming kinder not always easy though and I focus on being more consistent rather than trying to be perfect. But why even make the effort to be kinder? What’s the point? Why not just go about things as you usually do?

Three reasons pop up in my mind. By being kinder to others you tend to be kinder towards yourself. Perhaps a bit counterintuitive but this has been my experience.

You get what you give.

Yes, some people will be miserable and ungrateful no matter what you do for or to them. But most people will over time treat you as you treat them. Unfortunately, a lot of people will not take the first step. So if you want a change in your life you have to take responsibility for it and make those first moves. Sitting around waiting for someone else to do them could take the rest of your life. It makes your world and the world all in all a nicer place to live in.

So that’s the why.

Here is the how to.

Be grateful for what you got.

It’s very easy to take yourself, your life and the people around you for granted. Avoid that by using two minutes from time to time for reflecting on what you can be grateful for. Or write it down each day in a gratitude journal. Express it. Don’t hold in what you are grateful for. Say it. It may be that you are happy to have brought an umbrella on a rainy day. Or just a small thing such as saying thanks to someone for holding your books for a minute. But even such small expressions of gratitude can make your or someone else’s day better.

Minimize judgments.

No one likes to be judged. And the more you judge people the more you tend to judge yourself.  So it’s a lose-lose situation. Take it easy with the criticism. Constructive criticism has its place. But too much of that or criticism that won’t help anyone just makes people feel and perform worse. Try encouraging them instead. It makes work and the people involved – including you – easier to deal with and more fun.

Try to understand the other side.

It’s easy to stick to your point of view. But you can gain powerful insights about the other person and yourself too by trying to understand their point of view. This also tends to decrease harshness and negativity and can make it easier to reach an understanding where both parties feel more satisfied with the solution. Remember the small and kind gestures. Let someone in into your lane while driving your car. And hold up the door for the next person.

Remind yourself.

It’s easy to forget. Use whiteboards, your cell phone, post-its and other reminders in your daily environment. Awash yourself in the positive memories of the times when you were kind. When you remind yourself how good it felt to be kind and how you helped someone out and made them feel good too it becomes easier and easier to stay kind instead of questioning the habit.

Take the smarter and higher road.

Don’t be someone that people can walk all over, set boundaries and say no when needed. But recognize that unnecessary conflicts just waste your time and energy. And that some people are so addicted to the drama and conflicts that you will never win or reach an understanding between the two of you. There are more fun and good things to spend time on in your life. So try to reach an understanding in a kind sort of way. But if it doesn’t work then remove yourself from getting drawn into their conflicts and make the day better for both you and possibly them.

Be kind to yourself.

It’s OK and something that a lot of people don’t do enough. And it seeps over into your world and how you treat others just like how being kind to others seeps back into how you treat yourself.

reference: The Positivity Blog

A quote — “Psychics of the Soul”

I found this quote interesting from Edward Cayce.

or through self man will understand its Maker when it understands its relation to its Maker, and it will only understand that through itself, and that understanding is the knowledge as is given here in this state

In other words, it is only as we come to understand the subconscious and psychic part of ourselves that we will come to understand our true identity, our relationship to the Creator, and our connection to one another.

 

You can read the whole article at

http://www.intuitive-connections.net/issue1/cayceonintuition.htm

 

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MCGILL PAIN- RSD PAIN RATED 45 WHILE CANCER PAIN RATED 28-RSD AWARENESS

MCGILL PAIN QUESTIONNAIRE Download Form(PDF)

**The MPQ measures various types of pain on a scale. RSD/CRPS pain is rated a whopping 45, while terminal cancer pain is 28.

**While I’m not saying that Cancer Pain is not painful…I feel for every chronic pain patient…I pray for all chronic pain patients. Please do not misunderstand my words….I’m only trying to prove that RSD/CRPS IS PAINFUL to the people that do not believe… because sometimes it is not visible to the physical eye.

The McGill Pain Questionnaire

ASSESSING PAIN
How can you describe pain? Pain is felt by everyone but it is sometimes hard to put into words. As early as the 70’s Dr Ronald Melzack at McGill University, wanted to help people find words to describe their pain. The MPQ has been translated into 20 different languages and today is used around the world. In 2003 it is still a valid tool to measure pain. It is a one page listing of 78 different words. It is an excellent method to bridge the gap betwen patient and doctor.

The MPQ measures various types of pain on a scale. RSD/CRPS pain is rated a whopping 45, while terminal cancer pain is 28.

If you have difficulty descrbing your pain, try some of these sample words. Select the most appropriate word from each category:

WORDS OF PAIN

  • flickering, quivering, pulsing, throbbing, beating, pounding
  • jumping, flashing, shooting
  • pricking, drilling, boring, stabbing, lancinating
  • sharp, cutting, lacerating
  • pinching, pressing, gnawing, cramping, crushing

In all there are 20 categories with the most fitting words possible. Tell your doctor about MPQ and if you take the questionnaire, he will get a better idea of what you live with when it comes to pain.
(Source: Melzack, R MD McGill Pain Questionnaire)

I HAVE RSD/CRPS

MANY THANKS to WWW.RSDSA.ORG for this!  Please feel free to leave comments below. We love to listen and share here!

This is a nice little printout you can carry with you. I’ve attached a PDF copy of the card below

I Have RSD/CRPS CARRY CARD

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