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Reposted Rose's post.

Now is a crucial time as ever for us to remain present. There are things moving in the under current that are shifting our paradigm as we are bombarded with distractions of the our everyday lives and world activities. 

Stay attuned and connected. Keep your focus on what is beyond the physical and allow the real truths do it's work within us all. Things only intensify from here.

We're all in this together. 

Blessings. ❤️

Reposted Ben Pianese's post.

People often experience back pain in different ways. Some people may just have stiffness in their back, while other people will have stabbing pain. Back pain isn’t pleasant, but these tips will get you feeling better sooner.



Your mattress can make all the difference when you are dealing with back pain. The average person spends nearly a third of each day in bed. Unfortunately, you day will include unnecessary back pain if your mattress fails to adequately support your back. Use a medium-firm mattress and proper supporting pillows for the neck.


If you can afford it, one of the best methods to get rid of back pain is to actually seek professional physical therapy. Even if your local hospital doesn’t offer therapy onsite, someone there can provide guidance for finding qualified professionals. It might be costly, but it definitely will help you in the long run.

One good way to prevent back pain from ever appearing is to get sufficient amounts of vitamin C and calcium. Your bones will be depleted if you lack these nutrients. When this happens, the result is deterioration, and this can quickly turn into back pain. Vitamin supplements and foods that are rich in calcium should be eaten. Getting a bit of sunlight on a regular basis is also a good idea. Your back will feel much better as a result.

Be aware of your posture and the position you hold as you sit. Your back should always be straight, and your feet must be placed flat on the floor with one foot a few inches behind the other. As you type on your keyboard, your elbows should be positioned at your sides. Avoid looking downwards at your computer screen or craning your neck for a better view.


It seems that everybody suffers some sort of back pain sooner or later. Many think that the pain is triggered by something that occurs right before the pain, or by one singular event. It can actually be an accumulation of smaller injuries that will finally result in a painful back.


If you experience back pain try to lay down on your back with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle. This is the best position to release the pressure in your back. However, whatever position is most comfortable for you is probably best, as long as you are not twisting your spine.

If you have to sit for prolonged periods of time, for example at the movies or on an airplane, sit with your leg crossed. If you cross your legs, it will put your back and hip muscles to use, and if you keep them moving you will prevent pain. Be sure to alternate your leg crossing, so you use the muscles on both sides of your body.


Find a good massage therapist who can stop the pain in your back from becoming more serious. Many areas of daily life can place a great deal of stress and strain on our backs. A good massage can help your back pain so it’s a great long-term investment.


Whenever you are lifting, even lighter items that do not require much strength, bend your knees to utilize leg muscles and not your back. If you pick heavy items up the wrong way, you can have a lot of back problems. Lifting should always be done properly, by using your knees and core muscles as much as possible and lifting heavy items as close to your body as possible.


An aching or injured back can be quite a serious problem. If you don’t get it taken care of, back pain can cause a disability that lasts for a long time. Back pain is hard to get over, which is why it is so crucial to prevent it. If you do have back pain, it is important to know the different ways to treat and cope with it. This article will offer you many helpful ways to treat back pain, as well as useful methods of prevention.

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Insufficient protein intake is something I see very often in my clients who work out 4-5 hours per week, especially women in their 40's and 50's. 

It is also one of the main reasons why they often don't see results while working out more than ever before. 

As we age our energy requirement decreases, however protein requirement increases. It is very important to get at least 100 g of protein per day (if you weight at least 120 lbs) when you strength train at least 3 hours per week (especially on those workout days) or if you are over 60 years old. 

From my experience, 100 g can be quite overwhelming at first, especially once you find out that nuts, beans or grains such as quinoa are not really significant sources of protein. 

 

So how does eating 100 g of protein per day looks like? 

 

Breakfasts ideas (27-30 g of protein) 

  • 2 eggs plus 2 egg whites (24 g) + slice of Ezekiel bread (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2g) 

  • 6 oz greek yogurt (18-20 g) + 1 TBS peanut butter (7g) + 1 cup berries (1g) 

  • 1 cup cottage cheese (25-28g) + 1 cup berries or 1 cup sliced banana (1 g) + 0.5 oz pumpkin seeds (4g)

  • protein shake made with protein powder (25-28g) + cup of berries (1g) + 2 cups of raw spinach (1.5g) 

  • 2 eggs (12g) + 2 slices of Ezekiel bread (8g) + 1 oz nitrate-free turkey (8 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g)  

  • VEGAN: 1 cup lentils (18 g) + 1/2 cup green peas (4 g) + 1 cup mushrooms (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g) 

 

Read more HERE 

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To get in shape, you’ll need to be consistent. To be consistent, you’ll need help.

Hi, I'm Monika, a nutrition coach & a behavior change specialist.

I started my company to help people break the cycle of yo-yo dieting. I want to be your last stop in your health & fitness transformation. I'm not going to sell you supplements, detoxes, or weight loss contraptions. If you're looking for a quick fix, I'm not your coach.
​But if you are READY to make changes and build HABITS that will last a lifetime, let's talk.

Interested in learning more about my online coaching program?

Find out more here: https://procoach.app/monika-nowak

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Reposted Ken Keegans's article.

Meet Sarah Reilly, Life Coach

 

HU:   What inspires you?

Answer:  People who’ve overcome really rough starts and used what they went through to make the world a better place.

 

HU:  What is your biggest achievement to date (personal or professional)?

Answer:  The work I’ve done with coaching clients, is by far the most important and rewarding thing I’ve experienced. Using NLP techniques to disconnect things that were causing people terrible stress and unhappiness, ‘rewiring’ people so that they can live their dreams and achieve ‘bucket list’ items… it’s just been a thrilling couple of years.

 

HU:  What does a typical day look like for you?

Answer:  Firstly, a cup of tea and some time to wake up properly.  I have a morning routine that sets me up for the day, and then I typically coach between 10 and 5, Monday to Friday. Sometimes I start a little earlier or finish a little later to accommodate international clients that are on difficult timezones. I also do a couple of Saturday sessions for those clients who still work weekdays. All of this fits around my travel schedule which is hectic by most people’s standards: I’ve been without a residence for over 2yrs now.

In the first half of winter I only coach in the afternoon, because I snowboard in the mornings, and in the second half I switch it around to work around freeze-thaws. I find spring-riding conditions slushier and more fun in the afternoon, and because the days are getting longer I want to be around for apres-ski ;)

 

HU:  What is your favorite current project and why?

Answer:  Myself and my management team will be kicking off pre-production for my 2019 group programs and courses that launch in May. I absolutely adore working with them – they’re the most competent professionals you’ll ever find in the tech world, and they’re truly lovely people to boot.

 

HU:  If you could switch jobs with someone, who would it be and why?

Answer:  Tony Robbins. I trained through his school and the work he does in the world is just phenomenal.

 

HU:  What are your biggest professional challenges?

Answer:  When I can see what’s possible for someone, but they’re not ready to take the first leap. I fully respect each individual’s ‘divine timing’, but it’s still heartbreaking when someone is operating as though we have unlimited time, or as though they’re not worth the investment.

 

HU:  What’s the most rewarding aspect about your career?

Answer:  The results. People finally living their dreams is the most joyous thing to be a part of.

 

HU:  What is your motto or personal mantra?

Answer:  ‘Fear isn’t a barrier, it’s a compass.’

 

HU:  How do you maintain a healthy work/life balance?

Answer:  I think ‘balance’ is a weak goal. I would always encourage people to pursue something they’re so passionate about that it puts them in flow state. That way ‘working’ is something that empowers and energizes them. Spending 40hrs a week doing something you hate puts tremendous stress on the body. If you need to ‘recover’ from work e.g. with vacations and weekends full of inactivity, you’re in the wrong job.

 

HU:  What is the greatest obstacle you have overcome?

Answer:  CPTSD, and deep, ingrained self-hatred.

 

HU:  What do you hope to share with the HU community?

Answer:  My help. Moving people forward is my obsession. I’m always available for a virtual coffee and to show you what’s possible.

 

HU:  What do you hope to learn/gain from the HU community?

Answer:  Tribe, education and inspiration

Learn more about Sarah Reilly, here.

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These 3 key micronutrients are crucial for your immune & nervous system function, sleep, bone health and more. Most importantly, they can be found in some of your favorite foods, and easily added to your diet. 

 

B vitamins 

Why are they important? 

B vitamins are responsible for increasing your brain power and protecting your heart. B12 helps your body convert food into energy, and you need it to make the insulation that covers your nerves and helps neurons in the brain communicate with one another. B vitamins are crucial for anybody with neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimers. 

 

Where to get them? 

Vegetarians and vegans are often deficient in B vitamins (especially B12) because the highest sources of them are found in animal products such as eggs, cheese, milk, yogurt, fish and red meat. 

Unlike B12, folate and other B vitamins are found in plenty of produce such as spinach, kale, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains. 

 

Magnesium 

Why is it important? 

Magnesium is the key mineral for helping you sleep, ease your pain, and relax your muscles (that's why it's so effective for constipation). 

Where to get it? 

Nuts, seeds, legumes, tofu, high-fiber vegetables & leafy greens, whole grains, dark chocolate, avocados, fatty fish, bananas. 

 

 

 

Vitamin D

Why is it important? 

Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin. It's essential for our bones (allows calcium to be absorbed), immune system and it even protects us from cancer (it's an antioxidant). Studies show a link between vitamin D and brain aging, as well as the development of autoimmune disease such as Crohn's, MS or RA. 

Where to get it? 

Vitamin D is difficult to get from food as most of it is produced as a response to sunlight but there are some foods such as egg yolks, raw dairy, and oily fish such as sardines contain it (plus fortified milks and cereals). 

Getting vitamin D through sun exposure is the easiest way but you can't be slathered with sunscreen (which prevents the absorption) so keep the unprotected sun exposure short, about 15 minutes per day (arms & legs). 

Most people who live in the northern climates are deficient in vitamin D and need to supplement so I highly recommend you to have your blood checked for this vitamin next time you visit your doctor. 

 

What did you think about this post? Do you have any questions? Share your comments or ask your questions by emailing me here.

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Sheryl Glick and Atherton Drenth discuss the merits of intuition and how it can help you to master your ego.

This is a delightful, very informative interview. Please visit Sheryl's website to check it out here: http://www.sherylglick.com/radio_shows/Intuition-and-Psychic-Connections.html

Episode Description:

"In today’s episode, Atherton Drenth guides listeners to master their ego by utilizing innate intuitive abilities that we all possess and which help us achieve inner calm, creating a healthier, more loving reality. She offers practical exercises and easy to use techniques as we move through three main sections of the book: building, protecting, and clearing your energy. We also discover how to determine intuitive type, center and ground our energy. We will explore ways to cut energy cords with any negative influences around us and fill life with greater peace and abundance."

 

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In the morning when I wake up I like to take a moment to focus my mind, ground my energy, and ask Archangel Michael “What one thing do I need to know today?” The answers are brief, succinct and incredibility helpful. Its my little window into the day that I find very helpful. Sometimes however Archangel Michael likes to throw me a little curve ball just to up the ante.

Last week I got a zinger.

After a very long night of fitful sleep I was left with my thoughts spinning in despair about all the chaos in the world and I felt like, ‘what was the point of it all?’ As I laid there looking out the bedroom window at a dull, gray sky I contemplated the day ahead and could feel how heavy my heart was with sadness. The thought of staying all tucked up in a warm, cozy bed was much more enticing. “I could just lie there and watch the world go by from my bedroom window,” I thought.

Then I remembered to ask the question.

At that moment there was a bright, flash of light in my minds eye and I found myself looking at an image of this huge yellow sun sitting on the horizon. The sky shimmered with rich shades of golds, reds, pinks and orange. The earth was etched in deep hues of blues and purples. Archangel Michael asked me, “Atherton, is it a sunrise or a sunset?”

It took my breath away. What? I thought to myself? What kind of a question was that? Is he kidding me? A sunrise or a sunset?

As I contemplated the vivid image of the sun sitting on the horizon in my minds eye the reality of what he was trying to teach me, really started to sink in.

Everyday when we wake up we have a choice on how we want to face the day. We can rise to the occasion and be the sunrise. A person filled with possibility, purpose and determination. Or we can choose to be the sunset and do what we have to do to just get through the day. Survival at best.

Take that message one step further and you get a very profound message for this particular time. Astrologically we are being told that we are again at the apex of huge shifts in consciousness. It is affecting everything and everybody. Things are going to continue to get tricky and intense. We are being asked to show up with our integrity and remember that each and everyone of us is here for a reason, whether we are consciously aware of it or not.

“As we let our light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence actually liberates others.”

 Marianne Williamson

Sunrise or a sunset?

You choose.

 

Atherton Drenth is a clairvoyant medical intuitive and the author of Intuitive Dance. Building, Protecting & Clearing Your Energy, (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Following Body Wisdom. Atherton also appears in the documentary, Voyage to Betterment as one of 12 experts along with other internationally renowned physicians, researchers, and pioneers in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.

www.athertondrenth.com

www.paradigmcentre.com

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Reposted Tony Damian's post.

"The Uncertainty Factor"

Everything happens for a reason, even the bad stuff. 

Many times, we will never know why things happen the way that they do. 

However; for every door that closes, two more open up. 

Change is always a good thing, even when it does not seem to make sense. 

That is usually when the best “life changes” occur, when it seems totally wrong.

 

I call this "The Uncertainty Factor”.

 

This is when you are left with nothing; no place to go and not knowing what to do or what is going to happen next. 

This is the time to surrender to the Universe or God and just let go…. 

Because now, the Universe can put into your view what you actually need, not what you thought you needed. 

To me the truth is that we've lost sight of what God, Spirit or Universal Energy really is. 

So in this we find difficulty in relating our needs to the source.

 

Why am I even going here with all this?

 

What does this have to do with what you are going through right now?

 

Simply because, to accept the workings of the Universe and the energy that flows throughout it, we must first have a basis to work from. If we think that everything we do is a predetermined destiny or judged by a higher being that will punish us for doing or not doing such and such; we will be less apt to accept a concept that hasn't been taught to us as a child.

Moreover, if we are to open our minds, hearts and souls to the infinite potential of possibilities, we cannot stymie ourselves on narrow-minded stuck-in-the-box thinking. We have to park our brains at the door, so to speak, and experience everything that is with the innocence and newness of an infant. For an infant exists in the presence of the present moment only, with no concept of the past or future. They only know the here and now, because time; past or future is only in the mind and is not reality.

 

Return to Innocence -

 

An infant can more easily grasp the Infinite!

 

The ability and responsibility to make choices puts us in a disharmonious position compared to the rest of life on Earth; we don’t exist on “animal instincts”, although we could if we chose to. Emotions such as doubt, fear and ego plague humanity’s ability to live harmoniously with the rest of the universe.

 

When we are not sure of what we are doing or why, or have no idea what is going to happen next we are living in "The Uncertainty Factor”

 

This is when the Universe can put us where we need to be and make things happen for us as they are supposed to. 

When we let go is when the Universe makes it so.

 

But the real secret to LETTING GO is not just surrendering to the powers that be, it is you being WILLING to SURRENDER.

 

Merely having the intention or desire for change isn't going to bring it about...

you have to be willing to release all focus on your outcome, and allow the Universe of endless possibilities and miracles do its work!

-Tony Damian

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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.

Have you ever thought about hiring a coach, but held off until you ‘have more money’?

Have you ever met (or followed online) a coach you really want to work with but are waiting until they hopefully have a sale or offer a special deal?

Have you ever wanted to do something for yourself and your own development, but decided you can’t afford it?

Here is something very important that you need to know:

Behaving like the current version of yourself (who ISN’T where s/he wants to be) is a fool-proof way to ensure you stay there.

How you respond to opportunity tells me a lot about your likelihood of success.
If your first response is ‘I can’t afford it’, before you’ve even had a go at trying to figure out HOW… I can tell you your fear patterns are still in the driver’s seat.

If you are 100% committed to your goals, you will achieve them. But being 100% committed requires that you think outside the box, that you don’t go home defeated at the first sign of a challenge, and most importantly, that you MAKE DECISIONS FROM WHERE YOU WANT TO BE, not from where you are.

Let’s break that down. 

What would the million dollar version of you do? What would s/he believe? What would s/he choose?

If you were making a million dollars a year, would you scrimp on your education? On your development? On your associations?

Would the million dollar version of you think that his/her mindset, emotional fitness and psychological roadblocks weren’t important and could be ignored?

No way. Know how I know? All the big players have mentorship. The concept of a self-made man is a fallacy. All successful entrepreneurs know something that broke rookies don’t – and that is that you MUST invest in yourself.

All the hustle and grind in the world has no effect if you’re out of alignment with what you’re trying to receive, and if your nervous system perceives threat from you moving forward.
You'll just experience the ‘handbrake’ – procrastinating, being paralysed by perfectionism, over-analysing what people think of you and getting distracted by crap on social media.

Our systems are wired for survival, not happiness. Routine and inertia calm the system, which is why it can be hard to make the big leaps. But the only way to train your system to see that massive progress and abundant riches are safe, is to leap before you’re ready and live the truth that success won’t kill you.

Post before you’re sure.
Commit before you’re confident.
Invest before you’re wealthy.
Sign up before you’re ready.

Every single one of us who’s made the leap from the 9-5 to freedom, committed more than we knew how to come up with, because we trusted the process.

If you’re prepared to do anything for your goals and dreams, EXCEPT be temporarily uncomfortable... Then no, you don’t want them at all.

Don’t tell me you want to help people if you won’t help yourself.
Don’t tell me you want people to invest in you when you won’t invest in yourself. We train people how to treat us!
Don’t tell me you want to make enough money to be secure without working if deep down, you still believe rich people are unscrupulous a55holes.
Don’t tell me you want to work with the best if you don’t wanna pay the best’s rates.
Don’t tell me you trust the universe and are an awesome manifester if you operate from fear all day.
Don’t tell me you’re a coach if you don’t have one. Because real coaches know that coaching is a non-negotiable, and if you’re preaching that to potential clients but not living it, you’re a vibrational disaster and your bank account will reflect that.
Don’t tell me you want to move out of the pain if you’re not brave enough to face it.
Don’t tell me you want people to see your value IF. YOU. WON’T.

How we do one thing is how we do everything.

If your answer to getting help is no, what else are you saying no to, right now?

 

I’d love to hear what you’re going to start saying yes to in the near future – drop it in the  comments.

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Reposted Rose's post.

Now is a crucial time as ever for us to remain present. There are things moving in the under current that are shifting our paradigm as we are bombarded with distractions of the our everyday lives and world activities. 

Stay attuned and connected. Keep your focus on what is beyond the physical and allow the real truths do it's work within us all. Things only intensify from here.

We're all in this together. 

Blessings. ❤️

Reposted Ben Pianese's post.

People often experience back pain in different ways. Some people may just have stiffness in their back, while other people will have stabbing pain. Back pain isn’t pleasant, but these tips will get you feeling better sooner.



Your mattress can make all the difference when you are dealing with back pain. The average person spends nearly a third of each day in bed. Unfortunately, you day will include unnecessary back pain if your mattress fails to adequately support your back. Use a medium-firm mattress and proper supporting pillows for the neck.


If you can afford it, one of the best methods to get rid of back pain is to actually seek professional physical therapy. Even if your local hospital doesn’t offer therapy onsite, someone there can provide guidance for finding qualified professionals. It might be costly, but it definitely will help you in the long run.

One good way to prevent back pain from ever appearing is to get sufficient amounts of vitamin C and calcium. Your bones will be depleted if you lack these nutrients. When this happens, the result is deterioration, and this can quickly turn into back pain. Vitamin supplements and foods that are rich in calcium should be eaten. Getting a bit of sunlight on a regular basis is also a good idea. Your back will feel much better as a result.

Be aware of your posture and the position you hold as you sit. Your back should always be straight, and your feet must be placed flat on the floor with one foot a few inches behind the other. As you type on your keyboard, your elbows should be positioned at your sides. Avoid looking downwards at your computer screen or craning your neck for a better view.


It seems that everybody suffers some sort of back pain sooner or later. Many think that the pain is triggered by something that occurs right before the pain, or by one singular event. It can actually be an accumulation of smaller injuries that will finally result in a painful back.


If you experience back pain try to lay down on your back with your knees bent at a 90 degree angle. This is the best position to release the pressure in your back. However, whatever position is most comfortable for you is probably best, as long as you are not twisting your spine.

If you have to sit for prolonged periods of time, for example at the movies or on an airplane, sit with your leg crossed. If you cross your legs, it will put your back and hip muscles to use, and if you keep them moving you will prevent pain. Be sure to alternate your leg crossing, so you use the muscles on both sides of your body.


Find a good massage therapist who can stop the pain in your back from becoming more serious. Many areas of daily life can place a great deal of stress and strain on our backs. A good massage can help your back pain so it’s a great long-term investment.


Whenever you are lifting, even lighter items that do not require much strength, bend your knees to utilize leg muscles and not your back. If you pick heavy items up the wrong way, you can have a lot of back problems. Lifting should always be done properly, by using your knees and core muscles as much as possible and lifting heavy items as close to your body as possible.


An aching or injured back can be quite a serious problem. If you don’t get it taken care of, back pain can cause a disability that lasts for a long time. Back pain is hard to get over, which is why it is so crucial to prevent it. If you do have back pain, it is important to know the different ways to treat and cope with it. This article will offer you many helpful ways to treat back pain, as well as useful methods of prevention.

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Insufficient protein intake is something I see very often in my clients who work out 4-5 hours per week, especially women in their 40's and 50's. 

It is also one of the main reasons why they often don't see results while working out more than ever before. 

As we age our energy requirement decreases, however protein requirement increases. It is very important to get at least 100 g of protein per day (if you weight at least 120 lbs) when you strength train at least 3 hours per week (especially on those workout days) or if you are over 60 years old. 

From my experience, 100 g can be quite overwhelming at first, especially once you find out that nuts, beans or grains such as quinoa are not really significant sources of protein. 

 

So how does eating 100 g of protein per day looks like? 

 

Breakfasts ideas (27-30 g of protein) 

  • 2 eggs plus 2 egg whites (24 g) + slice of Ezekiel bread (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2g) 

  • 6 oz greek yogurt (18-20 g) + 1 TBS peanut butter (7g) + 1 cup berries (1g) 

  • 1 cup cottage cheese (25-28g) + 1 cup berries or 1 cup sliced banana (1 g) + 0.5 oz pumpkin seeds (4g)

  • protein shake made with protein powder (25-28g) + cup of berries (1g) + 2 cups of raw spinach (1.5g) 

  • 2 eggs (12g) + 2 slices of Ezekiel bread (8g) + 1 oz nitrate-free turkey (8 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g)  

  • VEGAN: 1 cup lentils (18 g) + 1/2 cup green peas (4 g) + 1 cup mushrooms (4 g) + 1/2 cup cooked spinach (2.5 g) 

 

Read more HERE 

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To get in shape, you’ll need to be consistent. To be consistent, you’ll need help.

Hi, I'm Monika, a nutrition coach & a behavior change specialist.

I started my company to help people break the cycle of yo-yo dieting. I want to be your last stop in your health & fitness transformation. I'm not going to sell you supplements, detoxes, or weight loss contraptions. If you're looking for a quick fix, I'm not your coach.
​But if you are READY to make changes and build HABITS that will last a lifetime, let's talk.

Interested in learning more about my online coaching program?

Find out more here: https://procoach.app/monika-nowak

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Reposted Ken Keegans's article.

Meet Sarah Reilly, Life Coach

 

HU:   What inspires you?

Answer:  People who’ve overcome really rough starts and used what they went through to make the world a better place.

 

HU:  What is your biggest achievement to date (personal or professional)?

Answer:  The work I’ve done with coaching clients, is by far the most important and rewarding thing I’ve experienced. Using NLP techniques to disconnect things that were causing people terrible stress and unhappiness, ‘rewiring’ people so that they can live their dreams and achieve ‘bucket list’ items… it’s just been a thrilling couple of years.

 

HU:  What does a typical day look like for you?

Answer:  Firstly, a cup of tea and some time to wake up properly.  I have a morning routine that sets me up for the day, and then I typically coach between 10 and 5, Monday to Friday. Sometimes I start a little earlier or finish a little later to accommodate international clients that are on difficult timezones. I also do a couple of Saturday sessions for those clients who still work weekdays. All of this fits around my travel schedule which is hectic by most people’s standards: I’ve been without a residence for over 2yrs now.

In the first half of winter I only coach in the afternoon, because I snowboard in the mornings, and in the second half I switch it around to work around freeze-thaws. I find spring-riding conditions slushier and more fun in the afternoon, and because the days are getting longer I want to be around for apres-ski ;)

 

HU:  What is your favorite current project and why?

Answer:  Myself and my management team will be kicking off pre-production for my 2019 group programs and courses that launch in May. I absolutely adore working with them – they’re the most competent professionals you’ll ever find in the tech world, and they’re truly lovely people to boot.

 

HU:  If you could switch jobs with someone, who would it be and why?

Answer:  Tony Robbins. I trained through his school and the work he does in the world is just phenomenal.

 

HU:  What are your biggest professional challenges?

Answer:  When I can see what’s possible for someone, but they’re not ready to take the first leap. I fully respect each individual’s ‘divine timing’, but it’s still heartbreaking when someone is operating as though we have unlimited time, or as though they’re not worth the investment.

 

HU:  What’s the most rewarding aspect about your career?

Answer:  The results. People finally living their dreams is the most joyous thing to be a part of.

 

HU:  What is your motto or personal mantra?

Answer:  ‘Fear isn’t a barrier, it’s a compass.’

 

HU:  How do you maintain a healthy work/life balance?

Answer:  I think ‘balance’ is a weak goal. I would always encourage people to pursue something they’re so passionate about that it puts them in flow state. That way ‘working’ is something that empowers and energizes them. Spending 40hrs a week doing something you hate puts tremendous stress on the body. If you need to ‘recover’ from work e.g. with vacations and weekends full of inactivity, you’re in the wrong job.

 

HU:  What is the greatest obstacle you have overcome?

Answer:  CPTSD, and deep, ingrained self-hatred.

 

HU:  What do you hope to share with the HU community?

Answer:  My help. Moving people forward is my obsession. I’m always available for a virtual coffee and to show you what’s possible.

 

HU:  What do you hope to learn/gain from the HU community?

Answer:  Tribe, education and inspiration

Learn more about Sarah Reilly, here.

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These 3 key micronutrients are crucial for your immune & nervous system function, sleep, bone health and more. Most importantly, they can be found in some of your favorite foods, and easily added to your diet. 

 

B vitamins 

Why are they important? 

B vitamins are responsible for increasing your brain power and protecting your heart. B12 helps your body convert food into energy, and you need it to make the insulation that covers your nerves and helps neurons in the brain communicate with one another. B vitamins are crucial for anybody with neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimers. 

 

Where to get them? 

Vegetarians and vegans are often deficient in B vitamins (especially B12) because the highest sources of them are found in animal products such as eggs, cheese, milk, yogurt, fish and red meat. 

Unlike B12, folate and other B vitamins are found in plenty of produce such as spinach, kale, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains. 

 

Magnesium 

Why is it important? 

Magnesium is the key mineral for helping you sleep, ease your pain, and relax your muscles (that's why it's so effective for constipation). 

Where to get it? 

Nuts, seeds, legumes, tofu, high-fiber vegetables & leafy greens, whole grains, dark chocolate, avocados, fatty fish, bananas. 

 

 

 

Vitamin D

Why is it important? 

Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin. It's essential for our bones (allows calcium to be absorbed), immune system and it even protects us from cancer (it's an antioxidant). Studies show a link between vitamin D and brain aging, as well as the development of autoimmune disease such as Crohn's, MS or RA. 

Where to get it? 

Vitamin D is difficult to get from food as most of it is produced as a response to sunlight but there are some foods such as egg yolks, raw dairy, and oily fish such as sardines contain it (plus fortified milks and cereals). 

Getting vitamin D through sun exposure is the easiest way but you can't be slathered with sunscreen (which prevents the absorption) so keep the unprotected sun exposure short, about 15 minutes per day (arms & legs). 

Most people who live in the northern climates are deficient in vitamin D and need to supplement so I highly recommend you to have your blood checked for this vitamin next time you visit your doctor. 

 

What did you think about this post? Do you have any questions? Share your comments or ask your questions by emailing me here.

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Sheryl Glick and Atherton Drenth discuss the merits of intuition and how it can help you to master your ego.

This is a delightful, very informative interview. Please visit Sheryl's website to check it out here: http://www.sherylglick.com/radio_shows/Intuition-and-Psychic-Connections.html

Episode Description:

"In today’s episode, Atherton Drenth guides listeners to master their ego by utilizing innate intuitive abilities that we all possess and which help us achieve inner calm, creating a healthier, more loving reality. She offers practical exercises and easy to use techniques as we move through three main sections of the book: building, protecting, and clearing your energy. We also discover how to determine intuitive type, center and ground our energy. We will explore ways to cut energy cords with any negative influences around us and fill life with greater peace and abundance."

 

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In the morning when I wake up I like to take a moment to focus my mind, ground my energy, and ask Archangel Michael “What one thing do I need to know today?” The answers are brief, succinct and incredibility helpful. Its my little window into the day that I find very helpful. Sometimes however Archangel Michael likes to throw me a little curve ball just to up the ante.

Last week I got a zinger.

After a very long night of fitful sleep I was left with my thoughts spinning in despair about all the chaos in the world and I felt like, ‘what was the point of it all?’ As I laid there looking out the bedroom window at a dull, gray sky I contemplated the day ahead and could feel how heavy my heart was with sadness. The thought of staying all tucked up in a warm, cozy bed was much more enticing. “I could just lie there and watch the world go by from my bedroom window,” I thought.

Then I remembered to ask the question.

At that moment there was a bright, flash of light in my minds eye and I found myself looking at an image of this huge yellow sun sitting on the horizon. The sky shimmered with rich shades of golds, reds, pinks and orange. The earth was etched in deep hues of blues and purples. Archangel Michael asked me, “Atherton, is it a sunrise or a sunset?”

It took my breath away. What? I thought to myself? What kind of a question was that? Is he kidding me? A sunrise or a sunset?

As I contemplated the vivid image of the sun sitting on the horizon in my minds eye the reality of what he was trying to teach me, really started to sink in.

Everyday when we wake up we have a choice on how we want to face the day. We can rise to the occasion and be the sunrise. A person filled with possibility, purpose and determination. Or we can choose to be the sunset and do what we have to do to just get through the day. Survival at best.

Take that message one step further and you get a very profound message for this particular time. Astrologically we are being told that we are again at the apex of huge shifts in consciousness. It is affecting everything and everybody. Things are going to continue to get tricky and intense. We are being asked to show up with our integrity and remember that each and everyone of us is here for a reason, whether we are consciously aware of it or not.

“As we let our light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence actually liberates others.”

 Marianne Williamson

Sunrise or a sunset?

You choose.

 

Atherton Drenth is a clairvoyant medical intuitive and the author of Intuitive Dance. Building, Protecting & Clearing Your Energy, (Llewellyn Worldwide) and Following Body Wisdom. Atherton also appears in the documentary, Voyage to Betterment as one of 12 experts along with other internationally renowned physicians, researchers, and pioneers in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.

www.athertondrenth.com

www.paradigmcentre.com

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Reposted Tony Damian's post.

"The Uncertainty Factor"

Everything happens for a reason, even the bad stuff. 

Many times, we will never know why things happen the way that they do. 

However; for every door that closes, two more open up. 

Change is always a good thing, even when it does not seem to make sense. 

That is usually when the best “life changes” occur, when it seems totally wrong.

 

I call this "The Uncertainty Factor”.

 

This is when you are left with nothing; no place to go and not knowing what to do or what is going to happen next. 

This is the time to surrender to the Universe or God and just let go…. 

Because now, the Universe can put into your view what you actually need, not what you thought you needed. 

To me the truth is that we've lost sight of what God, Spirit or Universal Energy really is. 

So in this we find difficulty in relating our needs to the source.

 

Why am I even going here with all this?

 

What does this have to do with what you are going through right now?

 

Simply because, to accept the workings of the Universe and the energy that flows throughout it, we must first have a basis to work from. If we think that everything we do is a predetermined destiny or judged by a higher being that will punish us for doing or not doing such and such; we will be less apt to accept a concept that hasn't been taught to us as a child.

Moreover, if we are to open our minds, hearts and souls to the infinite potential of possibilities, we cannot stymie ourselves on narrow-minded stuck-in-the-box thinking. We have to park our brains at the door, so to speak, and experience everything that is with the innocence and newness of an infant. For an infant exists in the presence of the present moment only, with no concept of the past or future. They only know the here and now, because time; past or future is only in the mind and is not reality.

 

Return to Innocence -

 

An infant can more easily grasp the Infinite!

 

The ability and responsibility to make choices puts us in a disharmonious position compared to the rest of life on Earth; we don’t exist on “animal instincts”, although we could if we chose to. Emotions such as doubt, fear and ego plague humanity’s ability to live harmoniously with the rest of the universe.

 

When we are not sure of what we are doing or why, or have no idea what is going to happen next we are living in "The Uncertainty Factor”

 

This is when the Universe can put us where we need to be and make things happen for us as they are supposed to. 

When we let go is when the Universe makes it so.

 

But the real secret to LETTING GO is not just surrendering to the powers that be, it is you being WILLING to SURRENDER.

 

Merely having the intention or desire for change isn't going to bring it about...

you have to be willing to release all focus on your outcome, and allow the Universe of endless possibilities and miracles do its work!

-Tony Damian

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Reposted Sarah Reilly's post.

Have you ever thought about hiring a coach, but held off until you ‘have more money’?

Have you ever met (or followed online) a coach you really want to work with but are waiting until they hopefully have a sale or offer a special deal?

Have you ever wanted to do something for yourself and your own development, but decided you can’t afford it?

Here is something very important that you need to know:

Behaving like the current version of yourself (who ISN’T where s/he wants to be) is a fool-proof way to ensure you stay there.

How you respond to opportunity tells me a lot about your likelihood of success.
If your first response is ‘I can’t afford it’, before you’ve even had a go at trying to figure out HOW… I can tell you your fear patterns are still in the driver’s seat.

If you are 100% committed to your goals, you will achieve them. But being 100% committed requires that you think outside the box, that you don’t go home defeated at the first sign of a challenge, and most importantly, that you MAKE DECISIONS FROM WHERE YOU WANT TO BE, not from where you are.

Let’s break that down. 

What would the million dollar version of you do? What would s/he believe? What would s/he choose?

If you were making a million dollars a year, would you scrimp on your education? On your development? On your associations?

Would the million dollar version of you think that his/her mindset, emotional fitness and psychological roadblocks weren’t important and could be ignored?

No way. Know how I know? All the big players have mentorship. The concept of a self-made man is a fallacy. All successful entrepreneurs know something that broke rookies don’t – and that is that you MUST invest in yourself.

All the hustle and grind in the world has no effect if you’re out of alignment with what you’re trying to receive, and if your nervous system perceives threat from you moving forward.
You'll just experience the ‘handbrake’ – procrastinating, being paralysed by perfectionism, over-analysing what people think of you and getting distracted by crap on social media.

Our systems are wired for survival, not happiness. Routine and inertia calm the system, which is why it can be hard to make the big leaps. But the only way to train your system to see that massive progress and abundant riches are safe, is to leap before you’re ready and live the truth that success won’t kill you.

Post before you’re sure.
Commit before you’re confident.
Invest before you’re wealthy.
Sign up before you’re ready.

Every single one of us who’s made the leap from the 9-5 to freedom, committed more than we knew how to come up with, because we trusted the process.

If you’re prepared to do anything for your goals and dreams, EXCEPT be temporarily uncomfortable... Then no, you don’t want them at all.

Don’t tell me you want to help people if you won’t help yourself.
Don’t tell me you want people to invest in you when you won’t invest in yourself. We train people how to treat us!
Don’t tell me you want to make enough money to be secure without working if deep down, you still believe rich people are unscrupulous a55holes.
Don’t tell me you want to work with the best if you don’t wanna pay the best’s rates.
Don’t tell me you trust the universe and are an awesome manifester if you operate from fear all day.
Don’t tell me you’re a coach if you don’t have one. Because real coaches know that coaching is a non-negotiable, and if you’re preaching that to potential clients but not living it, you’re a vibrational disaster and your bank account will reflect that.
Don’t tell me you want to move out of the pain if you’re not brave enough to face it.
Don’t tell me you want people to see your value IF. YOU. WON’T.

How we do one thing is how we do everything.

If your answer to getting help is no, what else are you saying no to, right now?

 

I’d love to hear what you’re going to start saying yes to in the near future – drop it in the  comments.

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