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TRUST.


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One-Liners :: #1103
By paula from brampton Canada
“Speak without offending,listen without defending”


Natural Remedies for our Total Health to Practice Daily

Start your New Year practicing:

1. Deep Breathing
2. Smiles and Laughs
3. Hugging
4. Drinking lots of Water
5. Excercise
6. Forgiveness
7. Focus on the Positive
8. Find a purpose
9. Love
10. Let no one nor anything defeat you
11. Stay focused on your happiness
12. Don’t forget to cry when you need to , but don’ indulge in the hurt or pain
13. Live in Amazement and Wonder
14, Stay focused on the present

All these are good prescriptions for your natural health. Practice them and I can assure you will find peace, joy and love with lots of good spiritual, physical and emotional health.
Best of luck and best wishes for a new beginning and enjoy.

Madeleine Pujals Maya


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“Trust is a firm belief in the reliability of someone who will be truthful , honest,and loyal.  It must be taken care of with tender love and never be broken. Once shattered it may be repaired, but it will not feel as strong and pure nor will it have the confidence it needs for a whole and meaningful relationship. Trust is that confidence that needs to be nourished and never left to wondering, nor doubt. Trust is one of those purposeful feelings that needs dedicated commitment and engagement for a relationship to survive, in the purity of love and loyality. Don’t lose it, don’t damage it, but feed it and fertilize every possible moment and without exception in each one of your relationships.” Madeleine Pujals Maya


Life Lessons I Learned from my Dog.


Do people ever think that maybe when others sporadically complain, and protest it’s because they are in need to unload and explore their thoughts and feelings? Do they not realize that for those who spend their professional  life listening  to others, and staying positive most of the time, it is necessary to have a session or two where they also want to be listened to even if it is about the negative, or an unpleasant  part of their life experience?. Are they so selfish that they cannot give others a moment of silence and a listening ear, without judging, without comment, without feeling sorry or wanting to fix anything?  Have People forgotten to be empathetic and just give some time to others of active listening without feeling that there has to be a response, an advice, a comment? Have they forgotten that they too at some point have probably felt the same need to have someone just listen, and be understanding?  Have they so quickly forgotten that they too need to unload and express how they feel no matter what it is that they feel and think? Do they not know that it is alright, that it is only a moment of unrest, and that it will pass and that the speaker will be safe and regroup, and have the strength to move on without their patronizing, condescending and judgmental manners and responses?

It appears that we have forgotten what it means to listen, to support, to understand, to be empathetic to others in times of need. What happened to these basic human communication skills one needs to have to keep fulfilling relationships?

“Active listening” means, as its name suggests, actively listening. That is fully concentrating on what is being said rather than just passively ‘hearing’ the message of the speaker.  An active listener provides ‘feedback’ to the person speaking so they will feel more at ease and therefore communicate more easily, openly and honestly. Listeners should remain neutral and non-judgmental, this means trying not to take sides or form opinions. Active listening is also about patience – pauses and short periods of silence should be accepted.  Listeners should not be tempted to jump in with questions or comments every time there are a few seconds of silence.  Active listening involves giving the other person time to explore their thoughts and feelings. Active listening is not passing judgment, nor making nor giving unrequested opinions or advice. Active listening is a most desired skill for good communication. Let us not forget that communication equals relationship. If we cannot have good interpersonal communication with others and provide good verbal and nonverbal feedback that conveys understanding, support and non-judgment we will fail to have meaningful relationships. Active listening is a life skill that needs to be developed by all who want to be successful in every area of life, from the professional to the personal. Learn it, develop it and practice it at every opportunity you get to interact with others. It is life changing in the most fulfilling and meaningful way.

Madeleine Maya

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