by Zoe Davenport, Guest writer, In5D.com It's ok where you are at, it's okay you need space, it's ok to gift yourself what you need. Aloneness is something we HAVE to gift ourselves without question along our spiritual paths — even when we are with people — we have to continuously show up for our own personal and emotional […]
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by Anastacia, Australian Correspondent, In5D.com Since my last energy update yesterday, there came a point of reaching a ‘peak' of I can handle ‘no more' energetically, on all layers and levels, yet in a different way. A point of not being able to process on any level…a space of ‘zoning out' as there was ‘no […]
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From Andrew Fisher's Nature of Reality Youtube channel: On the June 14, 2017 edition of “Nature Of Reality Radio” I welcome my good friend Gregg Prescott who is one of the key reasons why I started doing this show in the first place. Gregg is the genius behind http://in5d.com which is arguably the best esoteric, […]
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My response to the question, How Do I Nicely Ask A Mate With Learning Disabilities To Not Shout At Me? is a reminder to use good communication skills.
Some people are accustomed to speaking loud as their normal tone, without realizing it is too loud for present circumstances. Gently and with kindness tell him/her that your ears are sensitive and could they please talk more softly. His/her reaction to this request will give you insight into why he/she is talking at that tone. If he/she is readily compliant, it might only last for a few minutes and his/her tone will go back to the higher tone. It is a habit. In which case, you can tell him/her you would like to use a silent gesture to remind him/her he/she is talking too loud. One good technique to remind him/her that his/her voice has elevated is using a downward motion with your hand. Or point to your ear. Agree on these silent gestures before using them.
Another reason many people use a loud speaking tone is their desire to be heard. The majority of people fail to acknowledge their understanding during the conversation. Everyone from the youngest child to the oldest adult desires to be H-E-A-R-D. You don’t need to agree with the person, however, you can acknowledge you heard and understand his/her thoughts and feelings.
The majority of people ‘talk at’ rather than ‘talking with’ each other.
‘Talking at’ typically sounds like this:
Person 1: “I don’t like spinach.”
Person 2: You need to eat spinach. Spinach is the healthiest food on the planet. Spinach is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids),manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin E,calcium, potassium and vitamin C. It is a very good source of dietary fiber,phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, protein and choline.
Person 1: I don’t care about that. I hate spinach.
Person 2: You need to eat it for the vitamins. You know the old saying, ‘Eat your spinach, it is good for you.’
‘Talking with’ typically sounds like this:
Person 1: “I don’t like spinach.”
Person 2: Oh. What about spinach don’t you like?
Person 1: It’s too slick and mushy. Sometimes there is a stem I have to pull off.
Person 2: I agree. I don’t like slick and mushy spinach either. I don’t eat canned spinach, it is the most slick/mushy. I prefer spinach cooked al dente (barely cooked) with a drizzle of vinegar. Maybe you would like to eat spinach cooked that way or eat it raw. Spinach is chocked full of a long list of vitamins and minerals. If you’d like to experiment, I’ll fix my famous spinach for you sometime.
Person 1: I will give it a go. Don’t expect me to like it though.
Person 2: I understand. No, requirement.
Notice the ‘talking with’ engaged the person at a deeper level and at the same time indicates one is truly interested in what he/she said.
When people are H-E-A-R-D, the conversation is enriching, and satisfying. Here is an easy formula to ‘talk with’ people. Both the speaker and the listener are responsible for using this formula. Each person needs to take 100% responsibility to ‘talk with’ each other.
Speaker initiates the conversation and Identifies the ‘topic’ i.e. spinach.
Listener asks questions or speaker invites listener to ask questions to confirm the topic is well defined. i.e. I don’t like spinach because…… Or Listener – What don’t you like about spinach?
Listener Paraphrases what the listener has understood the speaker has said. “You don’t like spinach because……” Speaker invites listener to paraphrase. Paraphrasing confirms the listener has heard the statement perfectly. Paraphrasing is critical because…..”What you don’t know is that you understood what I said, but what you don’t know is, I didn’t say what I wanted to say.”
Listen to the feelings behind the words. Listener reflects unspoken feelings. “Oh, you seem frustrated about needing to pull the stem off.” Speaker expresses feelings as appropriate.
Avoid talking about more than one topic at the same time. Put closure to the first topic before introducing another topic as appropriate.
Seeing these 5 points in writing, it all seems complicated. However, once you are adept at using the formula you will discover misunderstanding is reduced 99%. Both parties will believe she/he has been understood, acknowledged and thus, H-E-A-R-D. Agreement isn’t the point, being H-E-A-R-D is.
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Ever since time spilt itself into light and space, beings of wisdom have followed the light and its intentions upon life.
These portals of time are alive and can be accessed in our modern days.
The Summer Solstice is a calling for everyone with the listening ear to return to the inner place of grace where we are grateful for all that is in light.
Summer Solstice is the most auspicious time to recognise how far along our journey we have travelled. The recognition of our achievements equals awareness over that which is and that which is not in our lives at this time. We are to give thanks for everything. Only by finding true gratitude we become aware that we are truly and always have been in purpose and in a state of bliss.
As we experience more we are learning to generate and reach higher and higher states of appreciation, care, love and gratitude.
The journey of our spirit ultimately leads to a vastly expanded array of experience which implicitly is the true meaning of compassion. Having a similar passion for that which we have already lived seeing and addressing it from an experiential point of understanding.
The ultimate awareness
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Building a business from scratch requires a thorough understanding of your company’s brand, mission, and differentiating factors. However, as the leader of a budding company, you’ll likely be asked to be in the public eye, speaking and writing on behalf of your company. Developing your own personal brand, in conjunction with your company’s, can be a catalyst for your company’s growth.
Whether you’re the head of a large corporation or managing your one-man show from your home office, developing a personal brand allows you to develop partnerships and spread the word about your business through new channels, whether by contributing content to websites or blogs, appearing as a podcast guest, or engaging with an audience via social media. The wider your reach, the more exposure you’ll gain to potential clients and partners, and the more you will begin to establish yourself as an expert on your industry as a whole.
Here are a few ways to ensure that you build a strong and productive personal brand.
The importance of staying true to your own style and beliefs can’t be stressed enough. Building a personal brand allows you to humanize your company and tell the story of how you came to lead it.
What drew you to start a business in this field? What are the passions that drive you?
When telling the story of you, drawing on your passions is key to communicating with an audience authentically. And without that authentic connection, they’ll likely tune out.
Becoming a successful entrepreneur requires a great deal of passion, so be sure that the passions you speak and write about relate directly back to your business. Your personal brand and company’s brand may vary slightly but should generally complement one another.
These days, we’re used to living in a state of information overload. We sort through a barrage of blogs, websites, news articles, social media, and advertisements all day long. So how do you stand out through the noise?
Developing a clear understanding of what makes you different from the other people in your space — whether it’s your leadership skills, your style or delivery, or your experience — is no easy task. Bringing in a branding expert to provide an objective take will help make sure that your messaging is clear and concise out of the gate. Once you’ve got it down, make sure to hit on that point as often as you can to help people quickly understand what makes you (and the company you lead) different.
Once the hard work of defining what sets you apart is done, refer back to it often and stay the course across all platforms. The messaging and visuals (headshots, website, etcetera) shouldn’t vary between your website and social media networks, for example. More important, your “voice” should carry across all of your content. Take every opportunity your audience gives you to share value as an opportunity to simultaneously reinforce your brand.
When building a personal brand, the ultimate goal is not just amassing a large number of followers. Rather, it’s about finding advocates for you and your company.
The term community often refers these days to social media followers, but it can (and should) extend to peers in the industry, partners, and customers. If your company relies heavily on referrals, building a community of loyal customers and partners and engaging with them often keeps you in the front of their minds as they speak to new potential customers.
When it comes to social media, it’s also a matter of quality over quantity. Having millions of followers means nothing if they aren’t clicking on, sharing, or engaging with the content you’re sharing. Low engagement often means that the content you’re sharing doesn’t provide enough value to them to engage with. Take care to make sure that what you share helps your community in some way.
Building a powerful personal brand with all of the above elements takes dedication. Well-known thought leaders develop their brands over years, even decades. There may be a few shortcuts but for the most part, it requires a serious commitment of thought, time, and resources.
Launching a new business is the fun part. But eventually the media coverage and buzz around your new venture will fade. Continuing to chip away at building a personal brand as a leader in your industry (especially in times when it feels like nothing is paying off) allows you to infuse added life into your company down the road.
Is the industry shifting? Did a major news event happen surrounding your industry? Being the go-to expert in your industry allows you to take advantage of future events to highlight your business again.
Building a personal brand is no easy feat, but it can have enormous benefits for your budding company. Go into it knowing you have a long road ahead of you and plan accordingly.
As the proverb goes: The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago; the second best time is now.
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by Morag, Guest writer, In5D.com Gaia and her travelers are experiencing a profound timeline shift. A crossroads of cosmic consciousness. We are to realign and balance our energetic trinity, mind body soul, system. To align with waves of higher frequencies washing over us and Gaia. This is our ticket to higher dimensional existence, our way […]Reblogged 1 week ago from in5d.com
by Anastacia, Australian Correspondent, In5D.com The last 24hours were extreme energies of many going back and forth from present to past, balancing out. Those of us who are transmuters for others we are close to felt this and if we have more than one close soul connection we were feeling ALL as well as our […]
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This title is one of the many inquires I receive frequently. I will clarify and expand your understanding of the oft bantered about topic with a long list of myths.
My deepest empathy for your plight. It is difficult for someone to resolve bad memories, because you do not know the intricate process that you require. You are correct, bad memories hold you back, because a lot of your energy and emotional capacity is being used to keep the bad memories at bay as much as possible. No matter how severe or bad your memories you can heal with an effective healing process.
First I will clarify the misnomer about hypnosis. Hypnosis is a word used to identify a facilitated trance state. Your mind goes into a natural trance state hundreds of times each day—i.e. the conscious mind going into a trance state. A trance state is merely the conscious mind bringing one’s awareness to a narrow focal point. Automatic trance states are created when one is concentrating; such as, reading, work at hand, driving, watching TV or movie in the movie theater to the exclusion of other issues in the near vicinity.
In the U.S. people believe a facilitated trance state (hypnosis) has limited value in deference to a revolving door—counseling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis and prescription drugs. Albeit, these modalities provide better coping strategies than one can achieve on one’s own the root cause of the issue remains intact and therefore, more coping strategies or prescription drugs are required long-term. Whereas, Europe, South America, Canada, and Asian countries use hypnosis as the most effective modality for Mind and Body healing.
Deep Healing addresses the issue at the root cause versus treating symptoms. Deep Healing trance work is a methodical process that goes directly to the person’s innermost issues, providing healing at the emotional, mental, and physical levels, a far different approach than conventional Western medicine, which focuses primarily on response to masking symptoms.
Deep Healing avoids prescription drugs, removal of body parts, artificial hypnotic inductions and psychic interventions. Rather the process ties in directly with the experiences and needs of the person. Clinical trance work is the cornerstone of Deep Healing. Deep Healing protocols provide down-to-earth, practical, and amazingly effective outcomes.
As a Certified Deep Healing practitioner, I have assisted thousands of people to achieve a permanent solution to emotional and physical diagnoses.
A Comparison Study by Dr. Alfred Barrios, published by American Health Magazine reveals the effectiveness of using a trance state (hypnosis) to assist people to heal.
This study clearly points out that Hypnosis is more effective and works more quickly than traditional talk-therapy, counseling, behavioral therapy or psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalysis: 38% recovery after 600 sessions
Behavior Therapy: 72% recovery after 22 sessions
Hypnotherapy 93% recovery after 6 sessions
Source: American Health Magazine – Barrios, Alfred A. “Hypnotherapy: A Reappraisal,” Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 1970
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