INSPIRATION

Thursday, September 5, 2013

14 steps to being a better person


1
Stop being angry. Don’t be suppressed, but don’t express anger. Both ways bring heavy outcomes. Just be assertive.



2
Bathe. You can remove all dust and negative vibrations this way. It's also very relaxing. Relaxation makes you think more clearly.


3
Breathe in and out deeply while imagining you are letting new energy come into you, and let all the heaviness and tiredness go out.


4
Play a lot of positive thoughts in your mind. Then you will see your positive life express itself! If there is something bad going on in your life, try and see the silver lining.


5
Always keep zeal and enthusiasm for yourself. This will bring you to the flying stage.


6
Meditate or use relaxation techniques. Everyone comes to a point where they feel they can't take it anymore,everything is becoming too much, take a step back and take it easy. it's perfectly ok to want a break. You're human.


7
Do the 3 Rs to become the 3 Cs...if you feel like something is becoming too much, take a step back and Relax (take deep breaths, take it easy), Refresh, (wipe any negative thoughts, clean your slate, ground yourself) and Recharge (reboost your energy and start again.) Now you can be the 3 C's, Cool, Calm and Collected. These make any situation easier to cope with, make you feel like a better, more in-control person.


8
Help others. Sometimes helping others makes you realise what you have might taken for granted.


9
Be aware. Have awareness about what you attain.


10
Eat in the right way. Choose healthy foods, like meats, fish, don't be afraid to make  home made sauces,  tomato sauce, cauliflower sauce, eat plenty of fruit, veg, good fats such as: peanut butter, avocado, also eat plenty of nuts and drink lots and lots of water.    These meals will improve your health and make you feel better.


11
Sing! Laugh! Be humorous! Do something that makes your heart happy and makes you feel like dancing.


12
Enjoy positive media. Listen to pretty music and read happy books.


13
Realise that the foundation to being a better person is to help those around you. Incorporate your own goals and dreams into the mix whenever they come to you, but don't worry if you don't know what they are, not everyone realises their wants and needs and is a part of life trying to figure what those goals and dreams are (Some go their whole lives without realising them! But don't worry, it isn't abnormal by any means).


14
Exercise thoughtful action with an ultimate theme of moderation. We are humans of habit, and often the things we find most detestable about ourselves are things that we cannot help but do. When faced with a situation that requires your action, think about what needs to be done and the best way it can be done. This often involves considering other people's emotions and the greater good, and it can be quite difficult, especially if you do not have much time. The ultimate decisions we make in every day life, however, ought to be dictated by a sense of moderation. Moderation means that we do not take more than we need, but just the right amount.


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6 comments:

  1. dan, how to find the energy needto complete what I started for 1 year?
    e put myself in sports, especially body combat to lose my overweight (25kg) and sculpt my body.
    I was very enthusiastic, results began to be visible, and I flencher!
    I can not find the energy and the desire to beat me ... what should I do to get there? your tips are good .... if you come help me please ... thank you
    sandy

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  2. Thanks Dan. This is very helpful to me at this time of my life. You are incredibly giving and I am grateful for this post.

    Natalie

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  3. Hi Dan, just launched LMBC 57 in San Diego & it was a smashing success! God Bless you & Rach for sharing your passion with the whole world! One of the biggest reasons why I LOVE LMBC is not only because of the emphasis on technical authenticity of the MMA genres, but also, because of LOVE the music that comes with each release! I have one recommendation that I feel has the drama, intensity, fire, and passion that are staples for any BC track. The song is by Assaf Rinde & Thomas Sidebottom and titled "Choral Impact [Extended]". I hope you & Rach enjoy the song and may even choose to choreograph moves for a future BC track release. Thanks again! Hope to meet you & Rach one day, till then, count on me to stay with the fight! ~ Lisa Arnett (San Diego)

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  4. thanks mr. dan. ur posts are really useful as always...i really needed this today...
    -an instructor

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