How many times have you found a four-leaf clover? Do you still occasionally bend down and look for one or have you given it up long ago? We all know about the belief that finding a four-leaf clover brings luck. The most important words in this belief are ‘finding’ and ‘brings’. Do we need to search and find happiness in order to feel it?
We all dream of a balance of some sort and it is, of course, not always easy and simple to maintain it.
In the future, the past is always present; we live going on forwards, but understand things backwards. This is why it is important that you look at yourself from a wider perspective. However, in order to find yourself, you must first discover the four fields constituting the whole: mental, body, energy, and soul.
All four fields through which we act, experience, feel, and communicate consciously or unconsciously represent the four-leaf clover.
All four fields impact and complement one another. The trick is to know in the process which field you need to impact to create harmony in all the other ones.
Discover what it is that you need to do and which field you may start from.
Is it the external triggers, the environment, people that cause an imbalance in your clover of happiness or does the trigger come from inside?
To change the way of thinking and acting and to create new, motivating patterns,
you need to awaken the unconscious programmes taking place in the mental field. NLP techniques are the best method for that.
To enhance your mental immunity, you need to free yourself of all limiting beliefs and ask yourself whether it is time to create new values.
This is why, when you invest in yourself, in your personal and professional development, the changes will be long-lasting only if you look at yourself from another, wider frame.
The systemic approach allows for redirecting the focus from the behaviour to the entire systemic dynamic that is constantly vibrating and is in a process.
You live in your body and, therefore, it is not enough to merely renovate the façade and to hide from the outside what you go through inside. That home requires complete care.
Everything happening in our head is processed, filtered and demonstrated by our body. This is why physical activity is of high importance.
What do you feed your home with?
Remember that every thought you send to your brain will be eaten by it and all the food that you give your body will also be eaten.
It is by looking at the body that we may recognise our mental processes. The body unmistakably points to what our internal dialogue is like, how we cope with ourselves, how we transform our emotions, and howwe face the challenges coming from the environment.
Every part of our body is in constant contact with all of our thoughts, with all the information we receive through our senses. The body reacts to every stimulus, whether caused by us or by the environment.
Your breathing is your unique rhythm of living
Breathing is the evidence of our existence and our being a part of the whole. Breathing reminds us that there is the present moment. Everything is vibration and has its own rhythm.
Your breathing is your unique rhythm of living. Everyday detoxification of the body through breathing is an excellent way of cleansing one’s body and mind and of releasing the creative energy that will refresh you, make you younger, and fill you with positive energy.
Your entire process of change, whether you invest in your personal and/or professional development, needs to be supported by physical activity, conscious breathing, and moments of silence.
Your perception of time and the way you express and use emotions are your personal choice.
Life is an emotion! Everything you do in life, you do to please or avoid a feeling, an emotion. Emotions are the only driving force – whether you are or are not aware of it – that manages your life.
Emotions are the same for all of us, irrespective of which part of the world we live in. The difference is in the manner in which we cope with them. Every emotion is as it is and is by no means accidental.
The more important question is – what to do with it? Do we oppose, negate or suppress it or do we accept, feel and transform it? Emotions are given to
us to feel, not to ignore. They are our roadmap. The challenge is in the fact that we associate with them most of the time. Transformation takes place when we succeed in dissociating ourselves from the emotion and look at the event from another perspective.
The ability of an individual to recognise their emotions and the emotions of others, to label them correctly, and to use this emotional information to direct their thinking and behaviour is referred to as emotional intelligence, ie self-awareness.
How aware and skillful are you at separating the emotion from the behaviour and to put that in a wider frame?
Simply put, your power lies in the moment between the feeling and the thought.
The sooner you master bringing the area between the feeling and the thought to your awareness, the more easily you will be able to be present in the present moment and to make
a choice as to how you will behave and act.
The energy field also manages the perception of time.
The most frequent excuse to not do something is ‘I do not have the time’! The way in which we experience time is a choice and this choice is never accidentally made. Life challenges, events and happenings create our perception of time.