How do you fight negative feelings?


Even the post happy, positive person has moments of anger, hate, resentment, fear, loath. We all know these are strong emotions and they can send our world into a fire of pain. So how do we do it? How Do you overcome that and get control of your life again.There are a few people I see from past issues that when ever I look at them, or something that involves them in my day. It will throw it off. I fight the hate every time. Thing I do to help:
1. Play a favorite song
2. Listen or watch a funny part in a movie that bust your gut.
3. Think about the people who do care about you, and you care about them.
4. Eat a favorite meal.

Usually with in a short time. Your Mindset will be changed to a better state and your day will be in a different light.

What is your overall vision

How do you feel about what you do for a living. Is it something that makes a real impact on you and your life, or are you just getting by. A lot of people work to pay bills, and get by. There are those that do what they really love. What that is can be different for everyone. From working at a gas station, to being a welder, as long as it has fulfillment. There is a big part of the work world that so many people miss in their life. That is they work just to work. Not happy with their lives, not feeling that they are making a difference in theirs or someones lives, Occasionally someone will have an idea, and run with it for a while then give up, run out of steam. There are others that will go for what ever they get their hands on. What is the difference, what is it that gives them the drive to follow through? People have sold 100’s of products on how to find that. what is it that will help others? Find your passion. What is yours? What is your vision in life, and how will you accomplish it?

When do you let a mistake take over your world.

Everyone is human and everyone makes mistakes. I can assume that probably everyone would agree to this. When is it time to move from them? When can you let go of the guilt, you had from something you did, that may in fact have had a huge impact on your world? Is there a spot in peoples hearts for forgiveness. No matter how big the impact was, I believe people eventually learn. Its like learning to talk, or read, write, walk. I think that people learn from mistakes at a pace much like any other development. How much power is in someones heart with forgiveness? How much relief is it when the hate in not in you anymore? Some people can find this peace very easy, some carry it with them where ever they go. What makes them different? Why do people hold on? What are they missing that hate is a fulfillment?

What is Life Coaching

For about the past 9 months, I have been studying life coaching, reading books, watching videos, Watching others. Basically trying to get my hands on every single information I can. Every day I will try to bring up something I can help with. When helping people I have learned, that helping others get the confidence to have what they really want in life. Can be difficult. Is it a change of how you think. Sometimes people have a hard time opening up to new ideas, and learning new ways of thinking.
I was talking to a friend of mine last night. I asked them ” What is it you want to do in life?”. The story is they have been in the food businesses since the time they could work, they want something else for their career. She told me she wanted to work with animals. I said. ” well, what is it that is preventing you from, getting there, where they are helping animals.”? She said Finances, I am too comfortable where I am at, to make such a change. I know the money. is there when I work as a server. Because it was a party I cut it short. I asked her to write down 5 things on why you want to help animals and we will talk about that at a different time.
At that moment. I think she understood what We do. I feel that is there still is this wall of unfamiliarity of what is a life coach to a regular person. My goal is to make it to where we are on medical lists for resources. Eligible for medical dispatch, and any type of assistant living. Our impact is so Strong that I feel that we can make a huge impact on the world and change lives, by the millions.

Next post will be about that last sentence, The next human shift.


Ten years ago, a plate of scrambled eggs changed my life.
I thought nothing about the blue yogurt I’d put out for breakfast for my four little kids, or the plate of scrambled eggs. Not until our youngest started to fuss. I thought she was tired, so I put her down for a nap.

For some reason, which I still cannot explain, I went to check on her, and her face was swollen shut. I raced her to the emergency room.

“This looks like an allergic reaction,” the pediatrician said. “What did you feed the kids for breakfast?” And she started rattling off data on food allergies. A life threatening allergic reaction sends someone to the emergency room in the U.S. once every three minutes.

The condition now impacts 1 in 13 kids, 2 kids in every classroom.

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My heart raced as I watched my baby struggle to breathe, and as we got her under control, I wanted to understand what was happening: why do so many American children now have food allergies?

Nothing could have prepared me for what I would uncover.

Before having kids, I worked in the world of finance. I’d been an equity analyst on a team that managed $20 billion in assets. I was the only woman on the team, and I covered the food industry, so I understood why the food industry had removed real ingredients from their products and replaced them with fake ones: it drove margins and profitability.

But I’d never thought to ask what all of this was doing to the health of our families.

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From 1997-2007, the rate of hospitalizations related to food allergic reactions increased 265%, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Today, the life-saving device, EpiPen, is now a $1 billion brand.

The number of people with peanut allergy in the United States more than quadrupled since 1997. And it isn’t just peanuts, milk, soy, corn and other allergies are all increasing at record rates. Genetics don’t change this quickly. So what has?

Researchers reporting in the Journal of the American Medical Association states that the costs of food allergies, from medical care to food to pharmaceuticals is $4,184 per child per year, costing our economy $25 billion, including lost productivity.

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To discount this condition in any way is irresponsible.

Thankfully, not everyone is.

Mondelez, formerly known as Kraft, recently acquired Enjoy Life Foods, a well-loved brand in the allergy space. It was a $40 million company, and it was acquired for $130 million. The plan is to grow it into a billion-dollar brand. The company is free from genetically engineered ingredients, allergens and artificial additives.

In the United States, we are quickly learning that our food supply contains a lot of ingredients that simply did not exist when we were kids, from artificial food dyes and artificial growth hormones, to excess levels of pesticides now used on genetically engineered foods (GMOs).

But it isn’t like this in other countries, and our own American corporations don’t use these ingredients in the products they sell overseas. That double standard is tough to swallow.

So are we allergic to food – or are we allergic to what’s been done to it in America?

With no labels on things like GMOs in the U.S., the biotech industry is able to claim that there is not a single documented case of these foods ever causing harm. There is no evidence without labels, because there is no traceability – there is just the escalating rates of allergic diseases in our families.

Correlation is not causation, but as a growing number of consumers opt out of these artificial and genetically engineered ingredients, companies are, too. Target, Costco, Chipotle, Kroger, General Mills and Cheerios have responded to this demand for “free-from” food and are producing more foods free-from allergens, artificial dyes, GMOs and artificial ingredients.

It can’t happen fast enough.

A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association says that living in the United States “significantly” increases your risk of allergic disease.

“Children born outside the United States had significantly lower prevalence of any allergic diseases (20.3%) than those born in the United States (34.5%),” said the study led by Jonathan Silverberg of St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York.

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According to Reuters and Dr. Ruchi Gupta, who studies allergies at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, “Food allergies have increased tremendously,” she told Reuters Health. “We do see people who come from other countries don’t tend to have it.”

So are we allergic to food – or to what’s been done to it in America? Especially as other countries take precautions that we haven’t and keep things like GMOs out of their food products?

The skyrocketing number of American dealing with food allergies should serve as an alarm to rethink our food.

Food allergies are not a “niche,” just as cancer is not a fad.

It’s time to #rethinkfood. The future of our country’s economy and our quality of life depends on it.

About this guest author

Robyn O’Brien, a mother of four, recently spoke at a Tony Robbins Platinum event on the current state of the organic food industry. The New York Times has described her as “Food’s Erin Brockovich.”

A former financial analyst, she is the author of “The Unhealthy Truth: How Our Food Is Making Us Sick and What We Can Do About It” and has a popular TEDx talk that you can view here.

Robyn is known for her detailed analysis of the food industry and communicating the impact that the global food system is having on the health of our children.

She is the founder of the Allergy Kids Foundation and was named by Forbes as one of “20 Inspiring Women to Follow on Twitter.” You can follow her there or go to to learn more about her incredible work.

Gratitude is the antidote to the two things that stop us: fear and anger

Gratitude is the antidote to the two things that stop us: fear and anger. – Tony Robbins and here

You can be angry about being sick. You can be afraid of how sick you are. Or you can be grateful for a warm bowl of soup and a sandwich.
You can be angry about being sick. You can be afraid of how sick you are. Or you can be grateful for a warm bowl of soup and a sandwich. I’d be grateful. How about you?
What does that mean?
The more complete quote is “Gratitude is the antidote to the two things that stop us: fear and anger. Fear is why we don’t take action and anger is why we get stuck. You can’t be grateful and angry simultaneously. You can’t be fearful and be grateful simultaneously. So it’s really the reset button.”

That sounds pretty straight forward, doesn’t it? Can you remember a time when you had a heart full of gratitude, but were afraid? The one will drive out the other, as they are natural antagonists. The same goes for having a heart full of gratitude and being angry. You can’t be both at the same time.

By choosing gratitude, we can push these unhelpful emotions to the margins and allow ourselves to get back in the game, to take action, to become unstuck. That is why he called it the antidote, because that is really what it can do, provided you can find a way to be grateful.

Why is being able to show gratitude important?
Think about it for a moment. Being angry, that is. You don’t have to get really angry, just a little will suffice. Now think of something for which you are grateful. Really concentrate on the gratitude for a moment, then try to find the anger. Was it the same, or had the gratitude diminished it?

Think about something scary or unknown, something that makes you at least a little apprehensive, if not fearful. It doesn’t have to be ‘hide under the covers’ scary, just something uncomfortable. Now go back to being grateful for a few moments. What happened to the fear? Is yours the same? Mine was diminished.

How useful would being able to do something that significantly diminished the anger and fear in your life? Gratitude can do that, as I hope you just discovered. How much more effective do you think it would it be if you were to make gratitude a normal part of your day? I believe it would be useful.

Where can I apply this in my life?
I would imagine that gratitude would be most useful whenever or wherever you find fear or anger encroaching into your life. I imagine it is useful in almost any other situation as well. But it will be most beneficial in those situations where you want to limit or banish fear and anger.

Fear, it is said, is the mind-killer. It paralyzes us. It keeps us from doing what we should, because we have fear. Whether it’s fear of failure, fear of success, fear of consequences, fear of the unknown, or some other fear, where fear is, there is rarely any useful action. Screaming and running away are rarely useful actions, right?

While gratitude won’t remove risk, it can help us to see that there is something useful, even beneficial, to any outcome. Rather than fearing action, we can begin to embrace it. And in that embrace, we begin to start moving, and once again, we can take action.

Anger causes us to become stranded in a pattern, stuck in a loop. Whether it’s a pity party or raging against a person or group, while anger rages, we are at it’s mercy. And anger has no mercy. In extreme cases, we can even act out, although most of us just sit quietly and stew in our own anger.

That sounds really productive, doesn’t it? No, I didn’t think so. Gratitude may not take away the offense or the hurt which caused the anger in the first place, it does make an excellent salve for the wound. As the hurt diminishes, the anger tends to drain away. While it may not be eliminated completely, it should recede sufficiently to allow us to break free from our unproductive pattern.

Think back in your life and see if you can spot times when you have been in those situations, and found gratitude as a way of helping yourself. I wasn’t sure until I really started digging. But I found a few examples. Why is that important?

It is important because it’s one thing for me to say it, but another thing entirely for you to have experienced it. That makes it a bit more real, and vastly more believable. If you can’t find an instance in your past, promise yourself to try this the next time you find yourself fearful or angry.

He goes on to say that when you are being gracious, you are no longer centered on yourself. The implication is that you cease to be an obstacle to your ability to see others, their needs, and their pain. Think about how that could also change your life.

Gratitude is the gift that keeps on giving. It helps us get past the worst in ourselves, and opens us up more completely to the needs of others. To me, that makes it a very valuable skill indeed! Be grateful for anything and everything, all the time. Don’t let anger or fear get a chance to start!

Could you write down a little something each and every day for a week, a month, perhaps even a year? For what are you grateful?

Change your corporate

In a recent Fast Company article “Why Millennials Don’t Want to Buy Stuff,” the author states that “Humanity is experiencing an evolution in consciousness. We are starting to think differently about what it means to ‘own’ something.”

Technology is facilitating this evolution, and new generations are championing it and “the big push behind it all is our thinking is changing.”

So how is our thinking changing, from what and to what? What is driving this supposed evolutionary shift and what can we do as coaches to align to it?

In our interconnected world, we can find practically anything we want, at any time, through the “unending flea market of the Internet.” This is altering the balance between supply and demand and is overwhelming us with choices—people’s concept of value and their motivations for purchasing are constantly shifting.

This is causing organizations to not only redefine what value means in the eyes of their customers and potential users, but also to find new ways of connecting our clients as to how their product or service can:

Make people’s lives better.
Connect people to a broader community.
Connect people to something bigger than themselves.
Doing this enables us to explore new ways of helping our clients to better ignite people’s motivations for purchase.

This requires us to help our clients create:

Sharp deviations from conventional thinking, planning and development processes for new products and services so that they create the real value customers and potential users are seeking.
Major disruptions to how they see, attend to and connect with the whole so that they know how to generate creative ideas and innovative solutions that solve customers, business and society’s most inherent and wicked problems.
Perhaps the first key step is to work on attending to and evolving our own consciousness because to solve a problem, we need to shift from the same consciousness that created it.

To shift our consciousness, we first need to be aware of it and pay deep attention to it to shift our blind spots.

A first key step is to know how to see the world in new ways.

Developed by Otto Scharmer and described in his book “Theory U,” he states that “What we pay attention to and how we pay attention—both individually and collectively—is key to what we create.

What often prevents us from “attending” are what Scharmer calls our “blind spots,” the inner place from which each of us operates.

Learning to be present to and become aware of our blind spots is critical to bringing forth the profound strategic, systemic and innovative changes our clients are seeking in business today.

To generate discovery, we need know how to prototype, verify and manifest the new.

The next key step is to know how to enable our client to generate discovery. Joseph Jaworski, in his book “Source,” describes the generative discovery process as a way of:

(1) Being open to alternate and differing world views;

(2) Operating from the stance of human possibility;

(3) Tapping into the generative order of the universe, the field of active information—the Source.

Jaworski broadly outlines the seven core practices:

Preparation: Undertaking a disciplined path of inner self-management.
Igniting passionate purpose: Defining your own unique necessity, for an innovative solution to a clearly defined problem, with the personal foreknowledge that the solution exists in the realm of human possibility.
Observing and immersing: Seeing reality with fresh eyes, suspending judgment and immersing oneself in the whole system.
Letting go: Releasing old mental models, mindsets and world views that will not serve your own innovation intention and process, beginning a period of incubation.
Indwelling and illumination: Living in the undertaking, surrendering oneself to the work, retreating and reflecting, being in nature as a portal and receiving illumination—the perception of a new reality, discovering the hidden solution.
Crystallizing and Prototyping: Transforming the business problem into an innovative vision and prototype.
Testing and Verifying: Transforming the new knowledge into commercially viable and useable products, services and strategies in ways that people will connect to, value and cherish.
Imagine if we could encourage our clients and their organizations to invest in evolving their consciousness?

To disrupt their habitual short term “stimulus-response” ways of operating in order to seriously connect with and redefine what value really means in the eyes of customers and potential users?

To find new ways of connecting people in organizations with their products or services that could really make their lives better, connect them to a broader community and to something bigger than themselves?

Wouldn’t the world be a better place for it?


Why do some people have all the luck?

Ever noticed how some uncannily ‘lucky’ people can almost effortlessly attract good things into their lives? At work, they get all the opportunities. They lead social movements in their communities. They’re spiritual, yet also have a healthy
relationship with money. Their relationships are consistently blissful, and they’re always in the pink of health.
But if you’re like most people, life is a mixture of good days and bad days. You may not be poor or sick, but you worry about your money and health a little more often than you’d like. You long for the time and freedom to live life on your own terms. You wish you were better at manifesting your goals.
And so you’ve probably wondered to yourself on more than a few occasions, “what does it take to be one of those lucky people?”
The answer lies in a fascinating phenomenon known as your personal energetic frequency
An invisible force that shapes your life experience.

The idea that energy or vibrations can influence a person’s reality is nothing new. Throughout history, different cultures have benefitted by tapping into and working with different forms of energy. For thousands of years, the Chinese have practiced Qi Gong and Tai Chi to get their energy moving for health and relaxation.
In India, people have sought after Kundalini energy and awakened it for self-awareness, a deeper
understanding of consciousness and the Universe, and pure joy, knowledge, and love.
In Japan, Reiki has healed countless people simply by working with their personal energy fields.
But in recent years, breakthrough scientific studies have taken this belief one step further, by
discovering that every person on the planet possesses what is known as a personal energetic frequency—a form of energy that dictates what kind of circumstances and events we will attract into our lives.

Founder of Love or Above
Christie Sheldon is an Intuitive Healer and Medium. She connects to the Infinite realm to shift, change, and transform people’s lives. She has worked with over 20,000 Clients and demonstrates these talents on the Radio and in Seminars.

Where do you fall on the Vibrations Scale?
Just like how seismographs are used to measure earthquakes, recent breakthroughs have
allowed researchers to measure a person’s energetic frequency on
a specific Vibrations Scale.
How does the scale work? Well imagine you have a scale of 1 to 1,000, with 1,000
being the highest state a human being can attain. If you reach this level you would
be an Enlightened Master. At the lowest end of the spectrum is someone who
is not thriving at all.
Researchers use muscle testing and kinesiology to determine where people are
on this scale. As you can see, heavy emotions like sadness, guilt or humiliation
vibrate at low frequencies, while feelings like love, bliss and enlightenment
vibrate at high, uplifting frequencies.
What happens at 500 and above?
Right now, the average level of energy on Earth is around 207 —and this is because throughout our lives, we accumulate hidden energy blockages and negative conditioning that holds us back from higher vibrations.
The level we should aim for, however, is 500 and above. 500 is the vibration of love. When you vibrate at this level life becomes drastically different. Love, joy, and abundance are suddenly within your grasp. Pain, stress, and struggle seem to melt away and you become a magnet for what you truly desire.
But here’s where things get even better. Studies have shown that your energy doesn’t just affect you, but those around you too. Just Google research articles on subjects like the Maharishi affect or distance healing.
The conclusion? Everyone looking for a happier, more successful and more enlightened life should aim to overcome their energy blockages, and raise their energetic frequency to a level of Love or Above—a theory that many other reputable scientists have since come to support.

What is Emotional pain to you

Have there ever been a time in your life when you say the wrong things to someone? Feeling the need to hurt them, when you know deep in your heart you really don’t want to. What do you call that feeling. What is it that is soo powerful you cannot control it. We as humans make bad decisions when out state is in the wrong place. When you are not healed.
When your negative emotions take control of your body and actions, how do you overcome them. You will tend to say things, that are not true. Some people believe that once something is said, it can not be taken back. I disagree with that. I believe in change. I believe in people can change their emotional state. Change their pattern.
Sometimes it takes a great amount of pain to get to this transition in their life. TO fully under stand their potential. That is when you will hit a breaking point in your life. DO not ever be afraid to talk to someone about your pain or anger. Even if you lash out at someone, tell them sorry, It may not mean much to them at the time, but it helps. GO see friends who truly care about you. There is a lot of support out there. I have seen a lot, felt a lot of emotions, and it is not a fun ride sometimes. Sometimes you feel like there is no turn around in your life. Your in dead end. thDSFHS520

What is your state of certainty