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How do dreams work?

Everyone dreams. Even people who are 100% sure they do not dream, dream. The average person enters the Rapid-Eye-Movements phase up to five times a night. During those phases you can dream up to seven times, a dream lasting anywhere from a few seconds to half an hour in length. That adds to a total dreaming time of 1 to 2 hours. Scientists have found that the brainwaves that are produced while dreaming are just as active as the ones you produce when you are awake. They might be even more active. This might be because most dreams are negative.

I want you to live your life to the fullest

To the fullest in the best way I can

Today I make the commitment to myself

To follow your wish for me to live my life

To the fullest in the best way I can.

All first times are behind me and you

To be continued in a whole new way.

Thus creating a very new memory bank

With new first times together

All I recognize in your presence and essence

Is what I know from within me

It is about recognition as well remembering

The inner unique spark we hold

Your male side had to be complementary

To my female side and vice-versa.

The Left and Right Hemisphere of the brain

There are many ways to balance your left and right hemisphere

In every personality there is a left or right, female or male, mental or emotional. People often see themselves as a male or a female personality, because of gender for example, but this is not always true. The left and right hemisphere does not always have something to do with gender but with what is dominating in your personality or whether you are in balance with both.

Reflections of the Heart

My inner reflections are gifts, which are holding me tall and strong, confident and feeling loved

Today is about remembering and reflecting on a difficult and intense period in our lives. A lifetime came to an end after enduring pain, sorrow and suffering on many levels. Physical as well mental and emotional all the layers were shed until the raw beauty remained of a beautiful soul. Ready to return to his light body. Leaving behind in this transition his loved ones in the physical forms. It  took all your will to let go, even then not willing to leave those you love so much. There was the surrendering of your body, quiet and peaceful and letting go.

Improve your self-esteem

Take care of yourself first. Yes, first

How do I feel about who I am?

Self-esteem is all about how you see yourself. Who are you and are you happy with who you are? Do you have the inner-stability to be confident? Many people who start or have a career are suffering from low self-esteem. They feel like they have to compete constantly and that there is no room for mistakes. If mistakes are made it is engraved in their minds instead of learning from it properly

 

When we experience different perspectives as opposites

We all need to be understood and loved, to be safe and have shelter within every group we are part of

Do you know those moments you seem to see things eye to eye with someone? Or maybe just the opposite? Ever wondered how it is possible when siblings grow up with the same parents, yet tell different stories about their childhood and upbringing. We all know these situations when we start reminiscing about lifetime experiences and the stories don’t add up. It makes you wonder how it is possible you are not seeing eye to eye on what seems so clear for yourself to begin with. All these imprints we receive over the years growing up. It is all colored through our own way of looking at things.

Loneliness on the work floor

If you would experience loneliness, keep in mind that you can work to make this better

However it is barely acknowledged on the work floor many people suffer from loneliness. Loneliness should not be confused with being alone. Loneliness is feeling isolated and being alone can be both negative and positive. There are many people who can work just fine while being alone. And then we have social isolation which is a lack of social interaction or contact with other people. People who are socially isolated might have a lack of friends, family and are not very good in meeting new people.

 

Getting out of your comfort zones

We know the comfort zone as the zone we are in when we are at a place where we feel safe or secure

You can measure your comfort zones with certain anxiety levels. It is long not as scary as it sounds, depending where you are of course. Everything you do is part of that certain anxiety level. If you do your normal chores these actions will be part of your comfort zone so you won’t feel anxiety but let’s say you are starting a new job, at this point you are leaving your comfort zone and entering a learning zone. If you oversleep or miss the bus on your first day at that new job then you will no longer be in a learning zone but in a panic zone.

 

The Watcher, looking from the inside out

I can be the Watcher, the more I get detached from the outside world

When I was invited to write an article and saw the themes One was standing out immediately to me: Watch. The other one was Capable. These two seems to be connected to each other. If you are wired as an empath or high sensitive, there is a different way of looking at the world around you. The openness to the energies around you are making it a necessity to start watching the situation from the inside.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness is being basically paying attention on purpose

In a modern society we live in nowadays mindfulness is still not fully accepted but it might be time to actually talk about this, since practise on mindfulness has proven itself to work against several mental health problems.

 

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