That's what I'll do tomorrow

Morgen

Two days ago I received an early morning email from my former boss. I was still employed as a paramedic until the autumn, employed by a large online retailer.

I was very concerned about the content of this e-mail, because my colleague, with whom I had worked for the last few years and with whom I had also developed a friendship during that time, died quite unexpectedly. Just like that. Nobody expected it, least of all he was.

He lived for his work and gave everything there, always trying to keep the "shop" running. If we had staff shortages, because of illness or because colleagues had quit, he worked overtime, regardless of his own losses. The main thing the workplace was occupied and he was able to help the patients.

What affected me so much is the fact that I was exactly like that and would not have influenced Sigrid (thank you for that),
I would not have retired last autumn at the age of 63.

We have both done far more than we asked for, because it would have been only our job to help with real emergencies. Luckily, they were quite rare there. Very often, however, the problems that working under stress bring to the employees of our client were personal health problems, but also mental health problems, whether privately or because of work. That's why it was important for us that someone was always there. For the others. His own life was always at the back of his face. When he was very ill last year and barely got any air, you almost had to force him to go to the doctor. But was I different? Actually, no. I've only been sick for a week in the last 25 years, a cold has totally knocked me over, but if Sigrid hadn't been energetic, I would have gone to work with it.

And now he's suddenly gone. In a few days he would have had his birthday, then he would have caught up with me briefly. He was a year younger than me.
Yesterday facebook showed me that he was online for the last time 18, 19 hours ago, now he's never online again.

My friend, you were irreplaceable, and yet it goes on. Without you. Whether in your mind, who knows. I hope that you will find your peace where you are.

I am not only writing this as a final greeting to him, But I am also writing it as a reminder to all of us, including myself.

Life is happening now and we never know how much we have left here on this earth.

We should not remit something that makes us happy until tomorrow. Because we never know if there is another tomorrow, every day is a gift. Let us use it.

In memory of a friend.

Bernd

The problem with the disease gain

KrankerTeddy

Sometimes it is the case that a disease does not respond to any therapy, all try to fail at all levels of healing and show no effect.
Then we can check whether it might not be an unconscious gain for the person concerned to have this disease.

If I use the word "sickness gain", there will be some resistance here, because what advantage should it bring me if I am sick.

We should bear in mind that diseases come from the unconscious and the unconscious always wants to help us.
And sometimes, from the point of view of the unconscious, whose information consists of recorded beliefs and beliefs, it is precisely advantageous to
if someone is sick.

There can be several at the same time.
On the one hand, the primary disease gain, that is the flight into the disease, in order to avoid conflicts.
The secondary disease gain describes the benefits that the patient derives from it. This can be affection, love, attention and power.

Such a disease gain can, of course, hinder or even make impossible the work with mind clearing. So how do we deal with this?

Since the profits are mostly subconscious, it is imperative to make them conscious first.

The first question, which should be answered in a neutral way, is: What are the consequences of having fixed my problem?
An honest answer to this question shows us where there may be benefits in the disease.

The second question is: How would my life change if I had eliminated my problem or illness?
Would I have to do things that I think are unpleasant or that I'm afraid of?

The third question is: What do I lose if I give up my problem or illness?

Some people have identified with their disease to such an extent that it has become their natural nature.
This could be, for example, an activity in an interest group of people who have the same disease.
Or could be the loss of pensions. This would then lead to a certain financial security being eliminated and for oneself to be taken care of again.

Once these consequences have been thought through, you can react to them and nothing stands in the way of mind clearing.

Videos that expand your consciousness

(at this time only in german) 

Energy and resonance

What do we go with in resonance

 

Beliefs and their conflicts

A way to become aware of his beliefs and beliefs. Discovering conflicts and ways to eliminate them

 

Consciousness, Identity, Memories

We are constantly absorbing a huge amount of information. Where are they stored? Where does our consciousness and identity sit?

 

Making reality through our thinking

It is said time and again that we create our reality through our thinking. And so it is. But how exactly does it work? Rarely through conscious thinking,
always by reprogramming the subconscious and the unconscious.

 

The change of the world

We can change our world with the power of our thinking. And this means not only our subjective reality, but the reality of all. How is this supposed to work? This video gives the answer

The Time Bomb Effect

Zeitbombe

 

The unresolved mental conflict behaves like a time bomb: the patient and his nervous system must be affected by living conditions and life experience.
reach a certain level of maturity required for a conflict to be resolved.
Despite the ever-present fear, the patient must be ready and able to welcome and fully feel the feelings that may be coming up.

For example, a toddler is not able to hate someone, even if they have been abused by that person.
20 to 30 years later, however, the now adult is able to feel "hatred" with the now mature nervous system, taking responsibility for it,
to draw conclusions, to confront and deal with former culprits.
Corresponding unredeemed emotional conflicts are"parked, so to speak, in deep layers of the subconscious",
until it's time to get them up and process them. The same applies to all strong emotions such as love, passion, anger, hatred, etc.
The conflict reports itself and explains by the appearance of a symptom or disease that it is now ready for treatment.
When the conflict is detected and treated, the symptom disappears, and remains so. If it is not recognized and "redeemed", the symptom becomes stronger and stronger,
and the conflict cries louder and louder until the cry, a message, is heard and processed.

This is the reason why neither conventional medicine nor alternative medicine often has great success in the treatment of chronic diseases.
There is no detour around the unredeemed emotional conflict. Mild back pain that occurred three weeks ago,
are most likely a mature, old mental conflict. If the same patient has unbearable chronic pain two years later,
the conflict with its "owner" has become a little more impatient, because he still does not listen.
For example, if this person is operated on a herniated disc, the pain may improve.
But if, for example, prostate cancer develops two years later, it simply means: "I, the unresolved mental conflict, am still here.
This is my last cry for help. If you still don't listen to me, I'll give up." Again and again the unconscious uses the same tactic;
first a whisper "please hear me", then a shout, then a scream. The scream swell is often the cancerors or chronic pain.

From: Book of Psycho-Kinesiology, Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt.

Improving self-confidence and self-esteem with the help of Mind Clearing

BlitzeberStadt

 

A very common problem is the lack of self-confidence, and this has far-reaching consequences, especially with regard to the law.
attraction, or spirituel laws in general. For the law of attraction or law of resonance is only one of seven laws.
So where does this low self-confidence come from and what is it?

Because lack of self-confidence always goes along with a lack of trust yourself

A integrativ definition is not easy to find, and that is why there is no universally valid royal route to it. In order to have an approach at all,
I define it as the accumulation of negative feelings about myself.

Where do the negative feelings come from? Anyone who wants to influence our behavior does so according to the principle of encouraging what they find good by praise,
but much more through criticism and disapproval if we do not function as we would like. And it is precisely these disapprovals and critical remarks that
make us not feel good. Let's think of a little kid who likes to romp around or just want to see the world.
In short, it wants to live out its needs. However, these are not recognized, the child should be still and must not go everywhere to satisfy his curiosity.
This already results in a conflict, which consists in:

 

'If I'm the way I am, I'm not good, I don't work the way others want it to be.

So I'm not good.'

And these methods exist from parents, from school, in teaching and so on and so forth. A not-ending story. Anyone who wants something from us,
unconsciously, and everyone can ask themselves when they last heard that they are okay, just as they are.
In addition, there is a never-ending competition, spurred on by a system that grades and evaluates, and this is quite one-sided.
Those who have acquired the most knowledge get good marks, those who have less knowledge (or the knowledge that is not needed) will run out of money. Here,
it is judged unilaterally,
because knowledge alone does not bring much, other talents such as creativity or craftsmanship are totally neglected.
I come to the conclusion that a lack of self-confidence and associated self-esteem is the main problem in
is for many people. Because the result is a lack of self-confidence.

If I'm not aware of myself, I don't value myself as much as I should, then I don't trust myself much. And should I actually have a
something succeeds, then comes a bad conscience that I did not deserve it so much.

And we then unconsciously radiate this lack of self-confidence to the outside world, with often far-reaching consequences, because others take the same
unconsciously. We may not get the job we would be suitable for, business deals fail, we stick to relationships that are not
for us, and so on. And since we are the creators of our lives, it can generally be said that we do not create the optimal reality because we are not worth it to ourselves.
Our self-esteem is at the heart of our power to create our lives, which means nothing more than that the quality of our lives is primarily related to it.
Now there are many approaches, the shelves in the bookstores are full of books about positive thinking, we should see the beautiful sides of life and also great
Practice affirmations. We are encouraged to focus more on our strengths and so on. All these approaches are great and welcome, but the real
We usually don't have a breakthrough. Why? Because the lack of self-esteem is only overwhelmed by an overdose of positivism.

The die-hard self-doubt and negative feelings are usually very stubborn and persist in you.
Imagine it like a bus ride, you sit at the wheel, steer the bus through your life, and behind you sit the self-doubt and the negative feelings about you
as backbench passengers. And stupidly, they think they're sitting in front.

So what is to be done? Through mind clearing, we take these backbench passengers, one by one, process them and throw them away
from the bus. He can no longer torpedo our lives and undermine our good intentions.

And what do I do if one of these passengers says, "Yes, but back then you did this and that, that was totally wrong, and you now have the
Blame, because this and that's what happened.' Well, we simply make it clear to him that there is no guilt, we could not decide otherwise, because otherwise
we would have done it. And swoops, he's out of the bus. In high arc, we no longer need it as a ballast for our lives.
The means of choice for each passenger is the MCTS (Mind Clearing Tapping Solution), so we take away the emotional power of passengers
they have, after that they are only an empty shell, easy to lift and remove.

Even if there are hundreds of passengers in the beginning, with anyone flying out, it will be a problem and a self-doubt less
Self-worth gnaws. The process can take a few weeks, but it doesn't matter, because you notice every single one of them. Become an observer
Your self, and see how it gets better with each day, and you become more powerful and powerful with it every day. The changes in you are so subtle and gradual,
that you often have to take a closer look to notice something. Because it feels natural, because it feels coherent, because you move to the perfect core of your being. Tune in, pay attention to you. Because only if you remain your own observer will you notice the change that is taking place. And also pay attention to the reactions of the people you deal with, they will notice your transformation and they will mirror you.
The result is that your bus and thus your life is getting easier, with every ballast dropped it becomes easier and you can steer,
wherever you want to go.

You recreate your life, every day and every moment, you can't not create.
So you can also set out to choose the best of all possibilities.
You have the power
(from the book "Mind Clearing")