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7 Ways To Have Instant Self-Healing After Setbacks And Failures

7 Ways To Have Instant Self-Healing After Setbacks And Failures

Life can be a roller coaster, with several twists and turns. We go through so much daily that sometimes we need to take a break and find a way to heal and recharge ourselves positively. Doing this could help us bounce back from failures and setbacks just as they arise.

Healing our emotions and getting back from a failure or a setback can be done in these seven ways. What makes these strategies effective or actionable is that it can be done instantly after you have gone through a difficult moment.

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Practice Holosync

Holosync, a technology which was developed by Bill Harris and revolves around using a distinct form of audio technology to induce the brain wave patterns of deep meditation. Listening with headphones, this technology gets your brain into a twilight state before sleep. Although users experience the same benefits of traditional meditation practice, it happens at a more accelerated pace.

Holosync has been available for 25 years and could also be beneficial against pain and dealing with difficult moments.

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Distance yourself from anything that wouldn’t be beneficial to your soul.

This one deals with your identity. Even when you feel obligated to do so, please stay away from those things your personality cannot deal with. Saying no to those things that do not nourish your soul shows some discipline and wisdom in protecting yourself from any sort of negative energy.

Listen to Chinese healing music

Chinese healing music can be relaxing with its soulful tunes. You should have this type of music in your phone, I-pod or as a CD so that you can use it against any negative thoughts or feelings. The tones in this type of music can be soulful enough to induce you into a meditative and relaxed state.

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Pamper yourself

You are your own best keeper. And you would know what excites and makes you feel calm. Spoil yourself. Take out a journal and deposit all your worries in them. Go to a library and read a book or get away from persons and seek some solitude. Whatever works for you, try and spoil yourself with a treat that will somehow take your mind from the distractions caused by negativity. You can now see the future in a positive light and in possibilities.

Learn to forgive yourself and others

Grudges and resentment have a way of storing within us and holding us prisoners. Give yourself a break. Try to be compassionate and soft on yourself. Yes you have made mistakes, but every human makes mistakes. Experiencing any sort of healing and getting out of a negative period starts with being able to forgive yourself and others too.

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Surround yourself with someone or people who care

You can only be as strong and positive as your environment. You shouldn’t be around people who do not treat you with love and respect if you want to overturn a negative crisis. Be around those who are supportive and nurturing. Be around people who will recharge your energy and instill you with the intensity to keep on going.

Get busy

You have to get busy and active to react positively to a negative crisis. Take a walk outdoors and be close to nature. Exercising is also helpful to help you get away the negative energy within you. Being busy takes your mind away from the problem or the crisis at hand; rather you can move your own physical energy to release the stress and tension that a negative crisis may have built.

We all know that setbacks and failures are unavoidable in our world. Yet how we react to these could be helpful in obliterating what may seem like a negative situation and handling right enough to immediately bounce back from it.

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Last Updated on January 21, 2020

How to Motivate People Around You and Inspire Them

How to Motivate People Around You and Inspire Them

If I was a super hero I’d want my super power to be the ability to motivate everyone around me. Think of how many problems you could solve just by being able to motivate people towards their goals. You wouldn’t be frustrated by lazy co-workers. You wouldn’t be mad at your partner for wasting the weekend in front of the TV. Also, the more people around you are motivated toward their dreams, the more you can capitalize off their successes.

Being able to motivate people is key to your success at work, at home, and in the future because no one can achieve anything alone. We all need the help of others.

So, how to motivate people? Here are 7 ways to motivate others even you can do.

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1. Listen

Most people start out trying to motivate someone by giving them a lengthy speech, but this rarely works because motivation has to start inside others. The best way to motivate others is to start by listening to what they want to do. Find out what the person’s goals and dreams are. If it’s something you want to encourage, then continue through these steps.

2. Ask Open-Ended Questions

Open-ended questions are the best way to figure out what someone’s dreams are. If you can’t think of anything to ask, start with, “What have you always wanted to do?”

“Why do you want to do that?”

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“What makes you so excited about it?”

“How long has that been your dream?”

You need this information the help you with the following steps.

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3. Encourage

This is the most important step, because starting a dream is scary. People are so scared they will fail or look stupid, many never try to reach their goals, so this is where you come in. You must encourage them. Say things like, “I think you will be great at that.” Better yet, say, “I think your skills in X will help you succeed.” For example if you have a friend who wants to own a pet store, say, “You are so great with animals, I think you will be excellent at running a pet store.”

4. Ask About What the First Step Will Be

After you’ve encouraged them, find how they will start. If they don’t know, you can make suggestions, but it’s better to let the person figure out the first step themselves so they can be committed to the process.

5. Dream

This is the most fun step, because you can dream about success. Say things like, “Wouldn’t it be cool if your business took off, and you didn’t have to work at that job you hate?” By allowing others to dream, you solidify the motivation in place and connect their dreams to a future reality.

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6. Ask How You Can Help

Most of the time, others won’t need anything from you, but it’s always good to offer. Just letting the person know you’re there will help motivate them to start. And, who knows, maybe your skills can help.

7. Follow Up

Periodically, over the course of the next year, ask them how their goal is going. This way you can find out what progress has been made. You may need to do the seven steps again, or they may need motivation in another area of their life.

Final Thoughts

By following these seven steps, you’ll be able to encourage the people around you to achieve their dreams and goals. In return, you’ll be more passionate about getting to your goals, you’ll be surrounded by successful people, and others will want to help you reach your dreams …

Oh, and you’ll become a motivational super hero. Time to get a cape!

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