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Have you Smiled and Laughed today?

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I really think that we can look for smiles in any situation, it just depends how we look at them!

Sometimes it’s good to share a smile with friends, loved ones … and enemies, who have a momentary challenge with smiling.

Share your smiles with others, it can be a little video clip, a heartwarming anecdote, a sweet joke, an endearing picture / photo …. anything that speads a little sunshine in the lives of others.

Here are some lovely quotes:

• “Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.” Mark Twain
• “And through the tears, we’ll smile when we recall, we had it all for just a moment.” – St. Elmo’s Fire
• “No smile is as beautiful as the one that struggles through the tears.”
• “A smile is a light in the window of the soul, indicating that the heart is at home.”
• “Smile, it’s the second best thing one can do with one’s lips.”
• “Brighten the world with your smile.”
• “A smile costs nothing, but gives much.”
• “A smile is a little curve that sets a lot of things straight.”
• “What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity.” Joseph Addison
• “A smile can open a heart faster than a key can open a door.”
• “Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
• “Everyone smiles in the same language.” – Author Unknown
• “If you don’t have a smile, I’ll give you one of mine.” – Author Unknown
• “I’ve never seen a smiling face that was not beautiful.” – Author Unknown
• “Everytime you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.” – Mother Teresa
• “It takes seventeen muscles to smile and forty-three to frown.” – Author Unknown
• “Peace begins with a smile.” – Mother Teresa

…. and Ladies, here’s one from me: “A smile is the sexiest gift you can give to a man … your man”

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Frequency and Distillation – Human Electrical Frequencies and Fields

by Gary Young

“Frequency is defined as a measurable rate of electrical energy flow that is constant between any two points. Everything has an electrical frequency, Royal Raymond Rife, M.D., developed a “frequency generator” in the early 1920s. With this he found that with certain frequencies he could destroy a cancer cell or a virus. He found that certain frequencies could prevent the development of disease, and others would destroy disease.

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Endocrine System:

Balancing The Body Energy Frequencies:


Much of the cause of imbalance is in the endocrine glands which create the electrical balance through the physical body.

Where the imbalances is due to allergy in sinuses throat or pituitary
insufficiency apply the complementary oil to the crown of the head the forehead and the thymus.


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Hoʻoponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) means to make right. It's an ancient Hawaiian healing practice of forgiveness.
Click on the sound button to listen to the "Forgive Me" song by Jennifer Salima Holt

Song by Jennifer Salima Holt

E KALA MAI IA 'U = (I'm Sorry, Please Forgive Me)
MAHALO NUI LOA = (Thank You Greatly)
ALOHA NO WAU IA 'OE = (Aloha To You, "I Love You")

The heart of Hoʻoponopono is taking full responsibility for every emotion and feeling in your life. This is empowering because it means that you don’t have to change another person, it’s an inside job anyone can do. It feels empowering as you are then no longer the victim in any shape of form! It frees you to resolve your problems. You are totally responsible for your own responses to life, for what you perceive to be your reality.

It’s so easy to repeat those four phrases:

I’m sorry
Please forgive me
Thank you
I love you

So, whatever you might be feeling about a situation or another person, such as rage, anger, frustration, helplessness, sadness, or any other negative emotions, understand that these are your own emotions and have nothing to do with the situation upsetting you, or the other person being the perpetrator. All you do is 100% own your feelings, your own reaction, triggered often by the various filters we built up in our subconscious over the years.

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We often pride ourselves to be excellent with multi-tasking. Our minds busy with thoughts racing all over the place considering our never ending to do list.

It is important to recharge, however. Like your mobile phone you need to give it a rest and a chance to recharge properly.

So, click on the image above, close your eyes, breathe deeply into your belly and let go for two minutes.


Change at the Speed of Point O

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6_Care2-Change-at-speed-of-Point-O_443x267_721by Sara, from Institute of HeartMath

Finding Inner Coherence in Stillness

Many thought leaders have been talking and writing about this surge in collaborative “people power.”

They see it as part of a great shift in global consciousness. Some think it’s been under way for decades; most believe its pace is accelerating.

In fact, all of life seems to be speeding up. Technology changes at an ever faster clip. Demands on our time and attention mushroom; emails pile up. Our to-do lists feel like ladders with endless extensions.

When my world is spinning too fast, I often find myself trying to multi-task, jumping from one project to another. My thought processes become disjointed and I feel overwhelmed.

That’s when I remember The Point O™ Technique. I stop for a moment, go to Point O, and find my inner coherence. Soon I’m back in the flow, able to prioritize and focus.

The Point O™ Technique

Following are the steps of HeartMath’s Point O™ Technique. When things are moving too fast and your life feels out of control, I suggest you use this tool.

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The Strengths and Weaknesses MYTH

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It is epidemic with a worldwide obsession:

‘Let’s fix what is wrong and let the strengths take care of themselves …’

In the business world, managers spend most of their time working with the weakest performers and zeroing in on their mistakes.

Parents and teachers focus on students’ lowest grades rather than on their highest.

Almost all of a country’s social work is focused on problems instead of helping people become self-sufficient.

Why do we continue to focus all our energies on fixing weaknesses while ignoring strengths? Why do we continue to work at some activities without getting better at them?
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