How can hypnotherapy help business people?

How can hypnotherapy help business people?

Entrepreneurs are, by their very nature, always looking at ways of improving themselves, and their business. But how many are aware that hypnotherapy could be a way to improve their daily performance?

In this blog post, we explore why hypnotherapy should be a consideration for business people.

Good for mental health

Hypnotherapy can be used to aid several forms of mental illness; from depression to ADHD.
It does this by enabling the rewiring of neural pathways (NEUROPLASTICITY) and can be part of a treatment plan which helps to replace anxious or depressive thoughts with positive and happy ones.
Anxiety is itself seen as a “destructive form of self-hypnosis”, and so hypnotherapy can be the key to reversing this effect and providing business owners or executives with the positive mindset to make a difference in their professional lives.

Can promote deep sleep

Hypnotherapy audio has been seen to promote deep sleep. It is known that deep sleep is conducive to giving you energy and bolstering your immune system.
As entrepreneurs are typically sleep-deprived or at least spend many of their waking hours working hard in front of devices that can interfere with their circadian rhythms, getting the best possible quality of sleep is absolutely essential.
For business people looking for the little percentages that can help them perform at their best, hypnotherapy for sleep should be tried.



Used to living life at a million miles an hour, it can be beneficial for entrepreneurs to slow down and take a diversion from the everyday grind. Hypnotherapy can help, reducing the stress levels which can naturally rise with the trials and tribulations in the business world.
How does it work? Hypnotherapy can give you the Focus and Concentration to relax and take your mind off things. It can assist in bringing about a Heightened state of Consciousness that can help you to leave stressful thoughts behind and tackle problems in a more measured manner.

I’m a board certified NLP & Hypnotherapy practitioner and I can help you rewiring neural pathways -NEUROPLASTICITY- to help you achieve both the success and peace of mind you desire.


Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt

All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei


It’s not something “new” to you!

“’tis the season to be jolly” … with ignorance being the original sin, intolerance is just another flavor of it… Growing up in Romania with many rigid mental constructs, moving to the land of the free with such a diverse mental constructs, one common rigid construct remains: shame!

And if I trace it back, to where shame stems from, it is intolerance. Shame is a powerful state that can do more harm than good, especially a parent’s shame for who their children are…

Pre-millennials and post-millennials have a significant difference of mental constructs, values and beliefs where even one’s Identity is defined quite differently, so much so that it can lead one to be shameful of themselves or others… and shame can do more harm than good.

If your millennial child is different – whether deaf, or gay, or has a visible or invisible illness, – whatever the case might be for what constitutes “different,” you might quickly find yourself on a journey of self-discovery and as you journey, you might turmoil through shame and possibly guilt that stem from those old rigid mental constructs of intolerance.

Yet, whatever turmoil you find yourself going through, your child is going through much more. All your “different” child needs from you is acceptance, and if you find yourself not quite capable of acceptance give tolerance a try first.

Why? Because you already tolerate and accept the old rigid mental constructs to be “right” or to have value, therefore tolerance and acceptance is not something “new” to you.

Shame can do more harm than good and you’re probably realizing that. And you’re probably realizing that your “different” child is actually not hurting anybody, not putting anybody down, not telling anybody what is right or wrong for them, quite the contrary, they are cooperative or altruistic for the benefit of their community.

You know, there are things we can control in life and there are things we cannot control in life. Being deaf, or gay, or having a visible or invisible illness, meaning your body works differently, that is something very hard to control; having a cold is hard to control, you mostly let it run its course.

You see, rules and laws are there to keep us from harming someone of their property, they are not there to have you judge people.

What if I tell you that your mental constructs are the easiest to control, the easiest to discipline. Let’s try controlling your blood flow, your gut microbiome, your heartbeat or your breath, let’s try controlling those and see what is your rate of success!

Tolerance cost you nothing and ‘tis the season to be jolly!

Tolerance means to be patient, understanding and accepting of anything different. Tolerance also means to be flexible and accepting that others have the right to be who they are.

As family member you are responsible to bestow peace and respect for others. As members of a society, we all have a responsibility to help others and improve the world we live in.

Tolerance cost you nothing and ‘tis the season to be jolly!

Magnesium and Vitamin D

Magnesium and Vitamin D

Magnesium is an essential mineral and electrolyte that’s involved in over 300 processes in your body regarding heart, bone, and other enzymatic functions that we all take for granted. It supports mood and sleep quality and is one of the best supplements for overall wellness you can take—and if you’re working out, it should be right along your fitness stack!

What many people don’t know is that Vitamin D needs cofactors to be properly used within the body, whether you’re getting it from a supplement, diet, or sunlight. Among those cofactors is Magnesium.
The body requires Magnesium to metabolize and activate Vitamin D, but it’s not always included in recommendations alongside Vitamin D.

Why is Magnesium so Hard to Maintain?

Unfortunately, if you’re taking Vitamin D, it’s using whatever magnesium is available in your body to activate it.
With magnesium deficiency common due to depleted mineral concentrations in the soil, even those people who eat lots of leafy green vegetables and whole grains may still be lacking in magnesium (there just isn’t the same amount in foods and grains as there was one hundred years ago).
Remember those benefits for mood and sleep that magnesium provides? Magnesium is closely tied to mood balance, and it is used up in times of stress.

Combine a lack of magnesium in food, stress, loss of the mineral in sweat, and the body’s constant need to use magnesium to process Vitamin D, and that’s why magnesium deficiency is affecting almost 75% of adults!

6 tips on how to maintain a positive mindset

6 Tips on how to Maintain a Positive Mindset

The power of positive thinking is a statement we have heard over and over again. How we choose to look at life or a problem has an influence over our mental and physical health. We all know that stress can cause depression, diabetes, obesity, heart problems, and other diseases, so how do you keep a positive mental attitude even in the midst of a problem?

Start the day with positive affirmations

Your morning sets the tone for the rest of the day, so always start your day with positive affirmations. Create a routine that helps you kick start the day on a positive note, such as listening to uplifting music or podcasts every morning.

Focus on the good things

The glass is half-full or half-empty, depending on how you look at it. When facing a challenge, always focus on the good things no matter how irrelevant they seem. Life is not perfect, and you are guaranteed to face a few problems here and there, so remain optimistic and pray for a better tomorrow.

Open yourself up to humor

Finding humor, even in the most challenging situations, is a great coping mechanism. Have a good laugh, and think about how that bad experience will make a great story one day. After all, laughter is the best medicine.

Spend time with positive people

Positivity and negativity are contagious, so surround yourself with positive people who build you up. The people you surround yourself with impact your self-esteem, so do not be afraid to cut off anyone who makes you feel bad about yourself.

Identify your areas of negativity

If you easily drift into a dark hole of negativity, find out what triggers you and avoid it. It may be a person, a place, social media, etc.

Practice positive self-talk

We are our biggest critics, and more often than not, we tear ourselves down without realizing it. Instead of always picking out your flaws, choose to identify your strengths. Cultivating a culture of positive thinking and self-love is a journey. If you need help transforming your thoughts, neuro-linguistic programming can be of great help to you.


Attention Span

According to research, our attention span has decreased tremendously in just the past 5 years.

It has become much more difficult to pay attention, due to having instant access to a large stream of incoming information AND entertainment (!) quite literally in the palm of your hand – the cell phones, tablets or other wireless handheld devices. These technological innovations have already impacted our attention span, staying focused and completing the higher priority projects.

Attention is what allows you to “tune out” information, sensations, and perceptions that are not relevant in the moment and instead focus your energy on the information and action that is important.

Focusing is very important because it’s the gateway to all thinking: perception, memory, learning, reasoning, problem solving, and decision making. Without good focus, all aspects of your ability to think will suffer … if you can’t focus effectively, you can’t think effectively.



5 character traits you can learn from successful people

5 character traits you can learn from successful people

We all want to be successful in our chosen careers. However, to be successful, you will need more than luck. You have to learn your craft, apply your knowledge, and be willing to stick with it even in the face of adversity. From the stories we hear, successful people owe their achievements to these five character traits.

Having a strong desire to succeed is the first step on your journey to success. Come up with clear goals and have the belief in yourself that you can achieve them. This drive will motivate you to be the very best in your field, no matter what anyone else says.

We are often told that patience is a virtue, and while this is not the most thrilling trait, it is invaluable. To achieve your goals, you must work hard and persist, even when things get tough. Patience teaches you to deal with obstacles and helps you focus on the bigger picture.

To be successful, you have to be consistent in your work. Do not work hard for a week and then slack for another. That being said, remaining consistent is tough, and that is why you need discipline. Establish a routine and see it through even on the lazy days when you don’t feel like working. Learn how your role models structure their day and draw inspiration from them.

Never underestimate the power of having a positive attitude. As you grow in your career or business, you will encounter hurdles along the way, and you will want to give up. However, if you are excited about what you are trying to achieve, you will not be disheartened when things go wrong.

Willingness to learn
The world is continuously changing, and that means that there is more to learn. If you truly want to be the best in your field, you have to be eager to learn new things and improve your knowledge. This will expose you to new ideas and inspire you to be better.

What Is Osteoporosis?

What Is Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a disease you get when you lose bone faster than you make it. “Osteo” means bone, and “porosis” means porous (full of holes). The bone loss of osteoporosis makes your bones weak, brittle, and fracture easily.


You probably won’t have any symptoms in early-stage osteoporosis. Once your bones get weak enough, you might start having back pain from fractured or collapsed vertebrae. You may also start leaning forward in a stooped position and measure an inch or two less than before your bone loss.


Sometimes a bone fracture is the first way you know you have osteoporosis. Fractures can happen in any bone, but are most common in your hip, wrist, and spine. It doesn’t take a fall to cause a fracture in weak bones. You can get one climbing stairs, lifting heavy objects, or even leaning forward. These kinds of fractures can cause long-term chronic health problems.


Estrogen is a hormone that helps you build and protect bone. When estrogen levels are low you lose bone. You also lose bone during and after menopause when your ovaries stop making estrogen. Your risk of getting osteoporosis goes up if you didn’t build enough bone as a child from an eating disorder, lack of vitamin D or calcium, lack of exercise, or another health problem.

Risk Factors

Osteoporosis can happen at any age, but it’s most common in adults over 50. Women are four times more likely to get it than men. Your chance of bone loss goes up if you’re Asian or white, have a small body frame, and if you have a family member with osteoporosis — especially if that family member fractured a bone.

Other Risk Factors

As your sex hormones (testosterone and estrogen) go down with age, your risk goes up. Some cancer treatments also lower these hormones. Too much thyroid hormone or an overactive parathyroid or adrenal gland can bump up your risk, as can other conditions like celiac, kidney, or liver disease, lupus, inflammatory bowel disease, and rheumatoid arthritis. Steroids, like prednisone, can also increase your risk.

Lifestyle Risk Factors

If you don’t get much physical activity, your bones get weaker over time. Drinking more than two alcoholic beverages a day ups your risk, as does tobacco use.


To tell if you have osteoporosis, the doctor will need to test your bone mineral density (BMD). The most common test for checking BMD is a special type of X-ray called a central dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA). Your result, or T-score, tells your doctor whether your bone density is normal or if you have mild bone loss (osteopenia) or osteoporosis.


Your doctor can prescribe a medication that prevents bone loss or builds up new bone. Some of these medications, such as bisphosphonates and selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs) are pills. One is a shot. You’ll get others, including a type of hormone and an immune therapy, as shots. The doctor may also tell you to get more calcium and vitamin D, along with more exercise.

Prevention Diet

Calcium and vitamin D are both key for bone health. You need vitamin D to help you absorb calcium. You may be able to get some of it from the sun, but you’ll also need to eat food rich in vitamin D. Many people also need a supplement. Calcium-rich foods include low-fat dairy, leafy greens, salmon or sardines with bones, soy, and calcium-fortified cereals or orange juice.

Prevention: Build Strength

Exercise, especially weight-bearing moves, keeps bones strong as you age. Walking counts! Aim for 30 minutes of physical activity 5 days a week, or 2.5 hours overall. Your muscles will also benefit, and you’ll be better able to prevent falls.


Untreated osteoporosis can lead to multiple fractures over time. Spine and hip fractures are the most serious. They can leave you with a permanent disability and can raise your risk of death within the first year after your fracture.


Hypnosis, also known as hypnotherapy, is used to treat many conditions, as well as help people achieve something positive. One lesser-known use of hypnotherapy is in the workplace. Many entrepreneurs and coaches are trained in hypnosis and use some techniques to help employees. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of this process.

Reducing stress

Some workplaces can be very stressful environments. Many days off are taken due to stress, which can lead to health disorders. When an individual is dealing with high levels of stress, one single bad experience at work could push them to breaking point. Hypnosis can help by altering anxieties, fears and behavior. Often, stress can be a deeper issue that may have been caused by sevral prior events. Hypnotherapy can seek out these underlying problems and allow the person to re-learn how to relax.

Managing conflict

Conflict is unavoidable in many areas of life, and the workplace is no different. Sometimes there may be strained relationships between employees, or between senior management and other staff. Hypnotherapy can allow an individual to think more deeply about why this conflict is occurring, and give them tools to manage it. For those who fear confrontation, hypnosis can also help by improving confidence levels, enabling them to speak up for themselves.

Happier employees

Employees who are free from stress, conflict and worry will be happier and therefore more productive in the workplace. By allowing their employees to undergo stress reduction coaching and/or light hypnosis, employers are assured that the needs of their staff are being listened to. This leads to staff feeling more valued and it creates positive thoughts about their workplace: win-win.

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3 NLP techniques to help overcome stress and anxiety

NLP is an abbreviation for ‘Neuro-linguistic programming’, it is the process in which practitioners use to reach into the subconscious mind and help people achieve their goals and personal development. It can be good for us to have a certain amount of stress as it helps to strengthen us and push us to achieve goals. However, too much stress puts a strain on us meaning that our bodies produce excess chemicals, that will slowly but surely impact our health over time, in a negative way. This post will explain three techniques that will help you to overcome stress and anxiety.

Build a routine

By having a routine and sticking to it, we allow ourselves to be in control and get a sense of discipline. We are also more likely to focus on and complete tasks that are important to us. A routine doesn’t have to be hectic or unrealistic, it can include; eating breakfast, getting some fresh air, taking time for self-care or staying connected with family and friends.

Focus on what it is that you want

Many people worry when they have particular things coming up such as a meeting, an event, an interview etc. It is easy to overthink the situation and worry about all of the bad things that could happen or go wrong. By thinking negatively about something, you are subconsciously creating a reality within your imagination and experiencing the negative things that may go wrong before the event has even taken place. Instead, try to focus on the best possible outcome, what is it you really want to achieve? By thinking positively, you are more likely to reduce your anxiety.

Be here, in this exact moment

Instead of letting your mind take you somewhere else, act on what is happening at that exact moment in your life. Use your body and senses to focus your mind and distract you from something that may or may not happen in the future. There are many benefits to living within the moment including the fact that it helps us to live more fully and absorb what we are currently experiencing.

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5 industries that benefit from NLP

Neuro linguistic programming is a psychological approach to personal development and communication that concentrates on the relationship between language and mind and how that relationship affects our behavior. It utilizes guided visualizations and specific language patterns to initiate positive behavioral change from within. NLP has been practiced for years, and it has been beneficial in different fields, some of which we will discuss in this blog.


Coaching is all about improving performance. NLP is very instrumental in coaching because it helps people get out of their way. Coaches use techniques such as anchoring, belief change, mirroring, reframing, and creative visualisation to bring significant change in their clients’ lives.


NLP has been of great use to chronically ill patients. It helps them accept and cope with their illnesses more effectively. If you wish to improve your health but don’t know how to do so, NLP can also help. As we are often told, change starts from the mind, and therefore, psychological behavioural modification can help you gain perspective on the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.


Neuro-linguistic programming has helped students in different education levels improve concentration and conquer learning disabilities such as dyslexia. It has also enabled teachers to create a rapport with the students and increased their awareness of how their words and actions influence learners’ behaviour.

Mental health

This sector has been a major beneficiary of NLP. Patients suffering from anxiety showed remarkable improvement after undergoing neuro linguistic programming. Guided imagery combined with relaxation has been proved to alleviate feelings of anxiety. NLP also supports patients suffering from depression to maintain a healthy mood. Considering that depression involves many personal factors unique to the patient, this is a step in the right direction.

Sales and marketing

This industry is highly dependent on effective communication and creating a rapport with others. NLP teaches salespersons and marketing executives how to communicate with clients and establish trust, which is vital when selling and marketing a product.

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How to implement a positive mindset in 2021

After the year 2020, we’re sure everyone can agree that some positivity is needed. A positive mindset means you will have a positive outlook and realistic expectation of success within your life. The mindset you have determines your feelings.

Here are some ways to achieve a positive mindset:

Have a balanced life

Trying to juggle your work life and your personal life can be challenging at times. However, it’s important to take the time for both. By all means, work hard within your career but also make time for your friends, family and activities or hobbies you enjoy doing. It’s important to find the balance because, you are there to help others, but to be able to do that you need to be in the right and positive mindset yourself – putting yourself first is vital for you to be able to do your job to the best of your ability.

Be productive

Productivity is important as it can make you feel positive knowing you’re getting things done. You might feel there aren’t enough hours in the day, so tackling each day with a productive approach with the time you have means you will meet requirements more sufficiently. For example, making lists is a great way you can keep your mind and business organized. Every time you check something off your list can give you a sense of achievement, which will not only improve your mood but will give you a better outlook on your other tasks to complete leading to a more positive mindset.

Surround yourself with supportive people

This might sound obvious, but it’s important to surround yourself with people who are kind, caring, supportive and have your best interests in place. Therefore, on your days off, take time for yourself and surround yourself with positive people as you’re more likely to pick up their energy and attitude of life – this is crucial for your mindset, as your well being will also affect your work with your patients.

Carmen Sauciuc, CHt

All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei

Impossible is Just a Word

Life could be so much better, if only we learned to aim higher.

Everyone, at some point of his or her life, has dreamed of being somebody special, somebody big. Who hasn’t fantasized about being winning the lottery? Who hasn’t dreamed of being the homecoming queen? And how many times have we dreamed of being rich, or successful, or happy with our relationships?

Often, we dream big dreams and have great aspirations. Unfortunately, our dreams remain just that – dreams, if we don’t take actions. This is a sad turn of events in our life.

Instead of experiencing exciting adventures in self actualization, we get caught up in the humdrum of living from day-to-day just barely existing.

But you know what? Life could be so much better, if only we learned to aim higher.

The most common problem to setting goals is the word impossible. Most people get hung up thinking I can’t do this. It’s too hard. It’s too impossible. It takes too much time.

However, if everyone thought that, there would be no inventions, no innovations, and no breakthroughs in human accomplishment.

Remember that scientists were baffled when they took a look at the humble bumblebee. Theoretically, they said, it was impossible for the bumblebee to fly. Unfortunately for the bumble, bee no one has told it so. So fly it does.

On the other hand, some people suffer from dreaming totally outrageous dreams and not acting on them. The result? Broken dreams, and tattered aspirations.

If you limit yourself with self-doubt, and self-limiting assumptions, you will never be able to break past what you deem impossible. If you reach too far out into the sky without working towards your goal, you will find yourself clinging on to the impossible dream.

Try this exercise:
Take a piece of paper and write down some goals in your life.
In column one, list down things ‘you know you CAN do’.
In column two, write the things ‘you MIGHT be able to do.’
In column three, list the things that that are ‘impossible FOR YOU to do.’

Now look at all the columns, and make sure to accomplish the goals that are under things ‘you know you CAN do’. Cross them off when you’ve accomplished them. As you slowly are able to check all of your goals under column one, try accomplishing goals under column two one that reads ‘you MIGHT be able to do.’

Then as you accomplish some of the goals under things I MIGHT do, work on some of the goals that are under ‘impossible FOR YOU to do’ to the list of things ‘you might be able to do.’

As you iterate through this process, you will find out that the goals you thought were impossible become easier to accomplish. And the impossible begin to seem possible after all.

You see, the technique here is not to limit your imagination.
It is to aim high, and start working towards that goal little by little. However, it also is unwise to set a goal that is truly unrealistic.

Those who just dream towards a goal without working hard at it, end up disappointed and disillusioned.

On the other hand, if you told someone a hundred years ago that it was possible for man to be on the moon, they would laugh at you. If you had told them that you could send mail from one end to the other side of the world in a few seconds, they would say you were out of your mind. But, through sheer desire and perseverance, these impossible dreams are now realities.

Thomas Edison once said that genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. Nothing could be truer. For one to accomplish his or her dreams, there has to be had work and discipline. But take note that that 1% has to be a think-big dream, and not some easily accomplished one.

Ask any gym goer and they will tell you that there can be no gains unless you are put out of your comfort zone. Remember the saying, “No pain, no gain”? That is as true as it can be.

So dream on, friend! Don’t get caught up with your perceived limitations. Think big and work hard to attain those dreams. As you step up the ladder of progress, you will just about find out that the impossible has just become a little bit more possible.

Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt

All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei

10 Foods That Fight Pain


A staple of traditional medicine, this pungent root is probably best known for its anti-nausea, stomach-soothing properties. But ginger can also fight pain, including aching joints from arthritis as well as menstrual cramps. One study found ginger capsules worked as well as over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen at relieving period pain.


These little juicy gems have lots of phytonutrients that may fight inflammation and lessen pain. If it’s not berry season, frozen blueberries can have the same or even more nutrients than fresh. Other fruits with antioxidants and polyphenols, including strawberries and oranges, can have a similar soothing effect.

Pumpkin Seeds

Pepitas are a terrific source of magnesium, a mineral that may cut the number of migraines you get. It may also help prevent and treat osteoporosis. But despite what you may have heard, it doesn’t seem to stop leg cramps at night. For more magnesium, add almonds and cashews, dark green leafy vegetables (like spinach and kale), beans, and lentils to your diet.


Loaded with anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, salmon makes just about all of the “good for you” lists. It’s considered heart-healthy and may relieve joint tenderness if you have rheumatoid arthritis. Other varieties of cold-water fish, including tuna, sardines, and mackerel, are good choices, too. Avoid tilapia and catfish, though: Their higher levels of omega-6 fatty acids may promote inflammation.


The compound in the spice that gives curry its bright orange-yellow color can affect several processes in your body, including inflammation. Studies of people with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis who took supplements of curcumin found they could walk better and without the side effects of taking drugs. Black pepper can help your body absorb it, so try a blend of the spices, steeped with ginger and honey into a tea.

Tart Cherries

In one study, runners who drank tart cherry juice starting 7 days before a race and on race day (12 ounces, twice daily) had significantly less muscle pain than a group who swigged a similar-tasting beverage with no natural juice. It could be from the antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds in the fruit.

Virgin Olive Oil

Feel that peppery tingle in the back of your throat? That’s a compound called oleocanthal, and it works like ibuprofen. Extra-virgin olive oil also has lubricin, which keeps joints sliding smoothly and protects cartilage from breaking down. It might help people with osteoarthritis. Stick to lower temperatures (less than 410 degrees) when you cook with olive oil so you don’t lose any of its many benefits.

Chili Peppers

Capsaicin, the stuff that gives chilies their heat, is well known for its painkilling properties in creams and patches. Some early research suggests that eating hot peppers, instead of putting them on your skin, may reduce and prevent inflammation, too. The “burn” also tricks your brain into releasing endorphins, which block pain signals.


Peppermint oil relieves the painful cramps, gas, and bloating that are the hallmarks of irritable bowel syndrome. Peppermint tea is a good soother for occasional tummy upset. In early research, Brazilian mint tea (made from the plant Hyptnis crenata) has been as effective as a prescription painkiller.

Red Wine

Early research suggests a compound in the skin of red grapes, called resveratrol, could ease the disk swelling that can lead to back pain. But don’t drink that whole bottle for your stiff bones yet. (Women, stick to one glass; men can have two.) While resveratrol is promising, we need more studies to come up with a treatment.



The world needs more of these men

This is for the men who give a f**k.
The men who show up without being asked, who stay up even when they’re exhausted; the men who put the seat back down when they’re finished.

The men who have fierce respect for their mothers and wouldn’t be caught dead having her do their laundry – or paying their bills.

This is for the men who know that choosing a strong woman full of magic can sometimes mean choosing a challenging life, but they do it anyway, because there is no greater gift than to partner with a daring, courageous heart.

The men who believe in inspiration as well as integrity.
The men who tell their friends, their family, and their children that no one will disrespect their partner.

The men who can love with great power – and great vulnerability.

Who aren’t afraid to take off their clothes in front of a woman and be naked, in body and in soul; who can stand and take in their partner and say “we are perfect together”.

The men who believe that starting the conversation is the gateway to everything. Who would rather disappear alone to the mountains than sit at a bar or in front of a television.
The men who see with their souls and not just their eyes.

For the men who can stand in the uncomfortable places, and be asked the hard questions, and not run away or turn to bullying and name-calling.

The ones who are willing to say a resounding ‘”no” to sexism, racism, and hate while standing in a circle of their peers.

For the men who give up what society says is normal to support a woman while she climbs the ladder or launches a business and takes care of the children and do the dishes – because being a partner is more important than being a breadwinner.

This is for the men who believe in serving something greater than themselves.
This is for the men who were born to create things – and refuse to be silenced. They create because they must, with their minds, their hands and their words.

This is for the men who believe in imagination and dance parties in the living room.
For the men who believe in hard work and harder play: in relationships, in parenting, in business, and in the bedroom.

This is for the men who aren’t afraid to create something from nothing and go wildly in a new direction where there are no guarantees – except that of a great adventure.

This is for the men who give all the f**ks.
The men who are loving strong, living fully, and daring greatly.

May we know them. May we raise them. May you be one.
The world needs more of these men.
~ Author unknown

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When God Orders Even The Devil Obeys!

A very poor woman with a small family lived in a poor town years ago. The family was hand to mouth and barely managed to make a living. The woman alone was unable to feed her children.

Her husband passed away in a car accident, and they had no savings left. The woman searched for a job but no one was able to afford a maid in that town. The woman seeing her children hungry cried for hours. She heard of a radio show where they dared people to call and find God’s help.

The woman couldn’t take it anymore and one day she called in the radio station asking for help from God.

A nonbeliever man who was also listening to the same radio program decided to make fun of her. He got too angry on the foolish idea of finding God by asking help on a phone call.

He wanted to prove them all wrong that there is no God existing. He got her address from the station and called his secretary.

He ordered her to buy a large amount of food and other kinds of stuff, and take it to the same woman.

He sent it with the following instruction:

“When the woman asks who sent the food, tell her that it is from the devil.”

When the secretary arrived at the woman’s house, the woman was so happy and grateful for the help that had been received. She started putting her food inside her small house.

The secretary then asked her, “Don’t you want to know who sends the food.”

The woman replied, “No, I don’t even care, because when God orders even the devil obeys!”

Self-Sabotage? Are my actions linked to pleasure-producing situations or to pain-producing situations?

Self-sabotaging behaviors prevent you from conditioning yourself for success. And changing those long, established behavior patterns like self-sabotage is as difficult as recognizing and understanding them.

How, then, can you eliminate sabotaging beliefs and emotions?

First, understand and accept yourself before attempting to understand and accept others. You have to take a journey within for personal evaluation. This means looking inside yourself and listening to your inner dialogue or self-talk. Remain open minded to what you see and hear when understanding your beliefs. This is essential when making constructive changes in your behaviors. Deciding how far and deep you want to go before introspection is your decision. However, you can take your life to a new level when you discover empowering insights to eliminate damaging self-talk and undermining behaviors.

Deciding to let go of self-sabotaging behaviors that prevent you from changing takes courage and a personal commitment to develop more effective actions.

Before you go around believing you can change the beliefs and behavior of others, you have to first change yourself. This means overcoming resistances and sabotaging behaviors that have prevented you from experiencing an optimistic attitude. No matter what obstacles you face, developing an optimistic attitude, and changing unrewarding behaviors and beliefs, will awaken you to eliminate self-sabotaging behaviors.

What specific actions can you now take to become aware of and overcome your sabotaging beliefs and self-defeating emotions?

1. Recognize that you are at the crossroads where your decisions and choices are yours and yours alone.

2. Realize that you’re the one making the conscious decision to change your damaging self talk and undermining beliefs and behaviors. No one else can do it for you.

3. Change “I can’t” or “I won’t” to “I Can, I Will” on a consistent basis.

Pay attention to the emotional changes going on within you. Be prepared to physically describe your changes and write them down. Repeat the process of writing down your changing feelings and behaviors and compare your notes every day. Measure your progress by the visible re-occurrences of positive self-talk and healthy behaviors. Continual negative self-talk will create resentments and dis-empowering beliefs. Self-resentment is the seed that grows into self-sabotaging behaviors.

4. Plant the seeds that produce positive, empowering beliefs and actions.

Ask yourself, “Are my actions linked to pleasure-producing situations or to pain-producing situations?” Take the road that gives you pleasure, not grief. The personal growth experienced from facing a fearful or painful event, or adversity, is important for self-improvement. However, don’t make a steady diet of it. You can grow and change by cultivating positive emotions such as joy, excitement, and happiness.

Be well,

Carmen Sauciuc, CHT | 

Hypnosis & Yoga

Dr. William Kroger, in his landmark book Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis in Medicine, Dentistry, and Psychology, points out that there are similarities between hypnosis and the eight “limbs” of yoga that are set forth in the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali.  

There are many definitions and meaning of the word “yoga.” Literally, yoga it means to join, bind, attach, or unite. In popular use “yoga” is defined as “a Hindu philosophy that teaches a person to experience inner peace by controlling the body and mind.” That sure sounds a lot like hypnosis!

There are 196 aphorisms that form the basis of Yoga Yoga Sūtras which date back to approximately 200 BCE, . The sutras are divided into eight “limbs,” sometimes called the “eightfold path” as described by Dr. Kroger.

1st Limb: Yama is restraint, self-control, discipline, ethics, and integrity. 

2nd Limb: Niyama is the regular and faithful observance of rules and practices.

These first two limbs of yoga are analogous to the ideal mindset for someone approaching hypnosis. As with most methods of mental healing, success depends partially on the positive expectancy that any person who has a sincere intention and dedication to the process can achieve results.

3rd Limb: Asana is placement of the body in the correct posture and sitting still.

4th Limb: Prānāyāma is control of the breathing. 

In hypnosis, posture and breathing exercises facilitate the deep relaxation that is often associated with, though not always necessary for, the induction of hypnosis. In hypnosis, when attention is directed by mental focus on motor movements (like breathing or muscular twitches) or sensations (like tingling or floating), the conscious mind is kept busy and out of the way, allowing beneficial suggestions for healing and imagery to imprint upon the subconscious mind.

5th Limb: Pratyahara is withdrawing thoughts from the outer world.

Pratyahara resembles the “dissociation” that occurs in hypnosis to allow one to experience thoughts, feelings, and actions from a new perspective. Dissociation happens when you feel like you are outside of yourself, or like you are watching yourself act, without control over your actions, like in daydreaming when suddenly feels as if you could not move, even if you tried, though you don’t care to try. Dissociation can be positive. In some situations it brings a burst of insight, a sudden expansion of mental perspective, or an emotional shift that seems to fix the problem automatically and permanently.

Kroger points out that the goal of nirvana, the state of complete liberation, is strikingly similar to the dissociated states that characterize hypnosis.

Hypnosis can be a powerful tool to achieve dissociation when needed, or to stop it when undesirable. Hypnosis influences this aspect of the mind so effectively that many well-known phenomena of stage hypnosis rely on it.

Kroger writes that the first limbs of yoga involve the creation of a favorable mental attitude of expectancy, which is necessary to approach and induce hypnosis:

1. First we take account of our personal motivation (yama) and commit to the process (niyama).

2. Next we focus on postures (asana) and breathing (pranayama), which facilitate the trance state.

3. The redirection of attention resulting from mental focus on posture and breathing facilitates withdrawal from the outer world and focus on inner thoughts and sensations (pratyahara). 

6th Limb: Dhāranā is concentration. For example, a person might focus attention on particular parts of the body (kinesthetic), a mantra (auditory), or an image (visual).

7th Limb: Dhyāna is to hold stillness in the mind, without the effort of single-pointed attention that characterizes the previous limb of dhāranā.

During the induction and deepening phases of hypnosis, posture and breathing (like limbs 3 and 4) serve to redirect the attention to facilitate trance. Furthermore, concentration on certain tactile, auditory, or visual stimuli again keeps the conscious mind busy so that positive suggestions can influence the subconscious mind.

Like the single-pointed concentration that characterizes dhāranā, constantly pulling the mind back to focus on a certain thought, image or feeling, repetition is an elementary principle of hypnosis.

When positive information outnumbers negative information (like worries and negative self-talk, for example), it becomes more likely that the positive thought or emotion will become chosen automatically and unconsciously and eventually becomes automatic and effortless (like dhyāna).

8th Limb: Samādhi is a profound state of ecstasy and peace that comes from feeling at one with higher consciousness.

There are different types of yoga, but they all achieve their effects by helping the person to achieve union with a higher state of consciousness. Likewise, the real magic of hypnosis takes place when the mind is lifted from its previous state to a higher plane of thought. When a problem is seen from a new perspective, a paradigm shift from the previous state to a new state is achieved, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Many people approach their problems by struggling against them. For example, the smoker feels engaged in a mortal battle (literally) with cigarettes, or the overeater has a love-hate relationship with sweets (they love the sweets, and hate themselves for giving in to them).

However, the Law of Reversed Effect asserts that the harder you try to do something, the less chance you have of success, because the unconscious mind, because that the thing against which you struggle actually has power over you.

In both Yoga and hypnosis, healing is not achieved by focusing on the suffering, or by empowering one to struggle harder, but instead by raising the mind to a higher plane.

For example, to stop smoking it is usually far more effective to think about how good it feels to have energy, lung capacity, peace of mind, and self control than to focus on the damage caused by smoke and nicotine, or the shame of addiction.

In both hypnosis and yoga, the ultimate goal is achieved when the subject is lifted to a higher state of consciousness.

Kroger, William S. Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1963.

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When Change Happens -Dealing with Loss and Grief

Dealing with Loss and Grief by CreatingEase • A podcast on Anchor

The time after loss is volatile and confusing for most people. Unresolved issues and questions we have not answered must often be confronted. Along with a sense of abandonment and sorrow, anger often arises. Most have little understanding of what they are going through, or what to expect in the future. Facing the unknown can produce additional fear.

Yet crisis like chaos means opportunity. When the process of grief is handled properly, the suffering and symptoms that may appear later be well diminished. It is even possible for the individual to grow a great deal during this time and benefit from the experience.

The more we understand what we are going through, the less out of control we will feel. At a time like this we need meaning and direction.

The Dynamics of Loss and Grief

It helps greatly to realize that the pain we go through during grief is normal. It does not mean there is something wrong with us. We need not feel ashamed of or afraid of our feelings.

Each person reacts differently to loss and that is fine. Some feel abandoned, others feel betrayed and afraid. Some reach out for love and comfort, while others withdraw, wanting time alone. Some go into denial and seem not to register the loss that has happened. These individuals are often unconsciously processing what has happened, not ready to face reality yet. They may fear they will be overwhelmed if they allow themselves to register what has gone on. It is best not to pressure a person to react differently. When the individual is accepted for who they are at the moment, it is easier for them to let go, and move on. This entire process takes time.

What Happens When We Are Grieving

When we are grieving, interest in the outside world subsides, we slow down, our social activities seem less meaningful. This is not necessarily bad. An individual may need more time alone. In the process of grieving the individual is contemplating the nature of their lives, coming to terms with what they’ve lost. They may be reviewing that which was left undone.

Grief is usually most difficult with unresolved issues. When there have been unsolved conflicts left behind, this makes it harder to be at peace. Many spend time blaming themselves for what they did or didn’t do. Others blame doctors, helpers, government or family members. Casting blame is a way of removing the guilt and sorrow we feel. The sooner they are able to let go of blame and accusations, the sooner healing begins.

Let Go Of Blame

Blame, self hate and other forms of anger, are common during grief. Although it is important not to repress anger and disappointment, it is best to feel it and then let it go. Some individuals hold onto anger as a way of keeping connected to the person or situation they have lost. The truth is that anger always keeps us out of balance. It is a poison to the one who holds onto it.

Coming To Terms – Steps To Take

Ultimately one must reconcile oneself to what happened. Most people do all they can to avoid experiencing their feelings or situation directly. Many fear that if they face their suffering, it will make them feel small and helpless. Actually, the opposite is true. It’s best not to control or resist the feelings. When these feelings are not resisted, they simply come to awareness and then fade away.

Feelings that are repressed come out later in different ways, including various physical symptoms, phobias and unwanted behaviors. If we do not address our feelings in one mode, they will appear in another – physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually.

Hopefully, we come to a point where forgiveness can take place, (forgiveness of the person we’ve lost, forgiveness of ourselves, the universe, or whatever it is we feel anger with).

Let’s Forgive!


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How To Jump-Start Your Confidence Immediately

• Celebrate your successes. Yes, we all have them. Focus on your talents and give yourself permission to be proud of yourself. Remember the inferiority quote…”no one makes you feel inferior without your permission”?

• Be thankful and be positive. I’ve heard it said that a lack of self confidence can be due to a feeling of not having enough of something. Things will come and go in our lives, so who we are cannot be based on what we have materially. Being thankful and recognizing what you do have will help to fight the feeling of insecurity and inadequacy, but try to focus on non-material things such as relationships, health, your humor or wisdom, or your ability to remain calm under crazy circumstances. Also, avoid self-pity. Again I say, remember the quote… “no one makes you feel inferior without your permission”!

• Get a hobby that is enjoyable to you and allows you to express yourself. Things such as music, art, writing, or even volunteering are great examples. It doesn’t have to be something you think you will be good at…let it be something that is purely for enjoyment and you’ll be amazed at how good at it you actually are!

• Also, it should go without saying but stick up for yourself! I once heard someone say that you have to teach people how to treat you. If you let them put you down…many will. Don’t let them decrease your confidence even in a joking manner.

• Smile…even if you don’t feel like it. Many of you know that it takes more muscles to frown than to smile so go ahead and smile. Besides, studies have shown that an expression on your face can actually persuade your brain to register that emotion. Think: I am gorgeous! Then look in the mirror and smile.

• Of course everyone’s favorite – get plenty of sleep, eat well, exercise regularly, and stop stressing. I put these all together because they seem to end up together in most self-help mantras these days. And as many of you can relate they are easier said then done. Remember the first thing…set attainable goals? That is a must for this action item.

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6 Signs You’re Highly Intelligent

  1. Signs you’re highly intelligent without realising it

Intelligence isn’t determined by high marks or being an expert in Science. It goes far beyond just scoring a 100% in subjects or research. In fact, people who can think and act flexibly, manage their emotions and be mature in all kinds of situations can call themselves ‘intelligent.’ But surprisingly, such people rarely realize how intelligent they actually are. If you’re looking to figure out whether you fall into that category, here are some signs you’re highly intelligent even if you don’t feel like it.

  1. Empathy and compassion

The more empathetic a person is, the higher they will be able to communicate effectively. Good communication skills award you as a highly emotionally intelligent person who can discuss and even solve problems in any situation. If you analyse situations from a kind and compassionate perspective, you are more likely to lead with your heart and mind.

  1. Utmost curiosity

If you’re curious about everything that goes around you and in the world, you’re an intelligent buddy. Asking questions and wondering about how everything works around you isn’t being too inquisitive but observant and intelligent enough to learn more. Knowledge comes from eagerness to learn and know more and being curious is just a part of it.

  1. Self-control

Having a hold over your emotions or impulsive decisions radiate maturity. If you don’t react to situations quickly and take your time to analyse them before arriving at a decision is a sign you’re intelligent. It’s all because you think before you act.

  1. Good memory

A good working memory goes hand-in-hand with an intelligent mind. If you have a good memory, you should also be able to unlock your functioning, acute focus and attention skills which helps you gain flexibility in transitioning from one situation to another.

  1. Going with the flow

You aren’t in a rush to succeed, like everyone else. You would rather prefer taking your time and going with the flow. You like to embrace change with an open mind. In fact, you dislike rigidity in life because it restricts you from learning and growing. You are always ready to accept anything life throws at you. That marks your true intelligence.

Scientists call it “Sympathetic Resonance”

Have you ever gotten a good feeling just from being around somebody who’s happy?  Well, it turns out that there is actually a scientific answer to why you feel that way. It’s called “sympathetic resonance.”

We all know that objects can pick up on vibrations from objects that are near them, such as a window rattling when a loud car comes booming down the road.  Also, when two guitars are placed close to each other, and a particular string is plucked on one, the same string on the nearby guitar will also vibrate.

While this is somewhat strange and interesting, it is even more interesting that researchers are discovering that humans do the exact same thing. In people, it not as obvious, but everyone understands the feeling of picking up on someone else’s mood. 

We know that moods rub off on the people we’re around. I know that when I’m unhappy, people around me seem to always know.  Not necessarily from any particular thing I do, but just because they can feel something I’m feeling.  This actually a projection of a feeling.  Each individual radiates a certain ‘vibe’ based on how they’re feeling emotionally at any given moment.  You’ve probably also heard of somebody’s “mojo,” which is another word for somebody’s energy, vibe, aura, vibration, etc.

The whole idea of sympathetic resonance is fascinating.  The energy that flows through us constantly is in the form of vibrations.

Although these sympathetic vibes are not something that we emit consciously, we CAN become consciously aware of and we can stop ourselves from emitting them and we can stop ourselves from receiving them.   Yes, some people may be more keenly tuned in to how others feel, but everyone knows the feeling of being affected by another person’s mood.
There are proven ways to modify your sympathetic resonance so to not pick-up, to not feel the unhappy, sad and overly critical mood of people around you: scientist call this vagal nerve regulation of self-regulating.

Here you can find well crafted techniques for vagal regulation to modify your sympathetic resonance to the happier higher frequency vibrations. Once you’re happier, you will naturally emit these ‘vibes’ and people around you will become happier too.

Be calmer and happier and send out happy vibes – others will feel it and send it back to you!

Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt
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Things That Can Affect Your Medication

Things That Can Affect Your Medication

Some Things Don’t Mix Well

You may know that some medicines don’t work well together. But what you eat and drink can have an effect on some drugs, too. Before you take a medication for the first time, talk with your doctor or pharmacist to see if there’s anything you should stay away from.


This citrus fruit changes the way certain cells in your gut take in and move medication through your body — it can affect more than 50 drugs. It can make some, like fexofenadine (Allegra) for allergies, less effective and make others too strong, including ones that lower your cholesterol like atorvastatin (Lipitor).


This dairy product can make it harder for your body to process certain antibiotics. Minerals in milk like calcium and magnesium are part of the reason, along with the protein casein. If you’re taking antibiotics, make sure to find out about the foods or beverages you should stay away from.


Some people use this as an herbal remedy to help with digestion, and others use it to flavor foods. But glycyrrhizin, a chemical in licorice, can weaken the effect of some drugs, including cyclosporine, used to keep people who’ve had transplants from rejecting their new organs.


Dark chocolate in particular can weaken the effects of drugs meant to calm you down or make you sleep, like zolpidem tartrate (Ambien). It also can boost the power of some stimulant drugs, like methylphenidate (Ritalin). And if you take an MAO inhibitor, used to treat depression, it can make your blood pressure dangerously high.

Iron Supplement

This can lower the effects of levothyroxine (Synthroid), a medicine that gives you thyroid hormone when your body doesn’t make enough (a condition called hypothyroidism). If you take this medication and a multivitamin, check to see if the vitamin has iron in it. If you need an iron supplement, ask your doctor about taking it and your medication at different times.


This makes certain drugs less effective or even useless, including some blood pressure and heart medicines. It also can make others stronger than they should be or cause dangerous side effects.


It can weaken antipsychotic drugs like lithium and clozapine, but boost the effects — and side effects — of others. Those include aspirin, epinephrine (used to treat serious allergic reactions), and albuterol (taken by inhaler for breathing problems). It can also make it harder for your body to take in and use iron.


These help with the sneezing and runny nose caused by allergies, but some of them can make medication for high blood pressure less effective and raise your heart rate. Talk to your doctor about other ways to manage your allergies if you take blood pressure medicine.

Anti-Epileptic Drugs (AEDs)

These control seizures in people who have epilepsy. But AEDs can make birth control pills less able to prevent pregnancy, and early research shows they may make other drugs stronger and cause potentially serious side effects.

Vitamin K

If you take the drug warfarin — used to treat and prevent blood clots — be aware of how much vitamin K you take in. It can make the blood thinner less effective and put you at higher risk of a dangerous blood clot. Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, parsley, and spinach are some of the most common foods high in vitamin K. Try to eat the same amount of these foods every day so the level of warfarin in your blood stays the same.


This can lower the effects of warfarin, too. And it can make you more likely to have internal bleeding if you take the blood thinners heparin or aspirin, as well as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen or naproxen. If you take MAO inhibitors, ginseng can cause headaches, sleep problems, hyperactivity, and nervousness.

St. John’s Wort

Sometimes used to help people with depression, this herbal remedy isn’t a proven treatment for that or any other health condition. It can make your liver release enzymes (things that boost certain chemical reactions in your body) that can weaken some medications. Those include cholesterol drugs like lovastatin (Altoprev and Mevacor), the erectile dysfunction drug sildenafil (Viagra), and digoxin (Lanoxin), used to treat certain heart conditions.

Ginkgo Biloba

Some people use this herb to help with or prevent high blood pressure, dementia, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and other conditions, but there’s no research that shows it does any of that. It can weaken the effect of drugs used to control seizures, including carbamazepine (Carbatrol, Equetro, and Tegretol), and valproic acid (Depakene, Depakote, and Stavzor).

Take as Directed

Only about 50% of medication is taken as it’s prescribed. People often take less than they need, take it at random times, or leave big gaps between doses — all of which can weaken the effects. Make sure you understand your treatment plan and follow your doctor’s instructions.

article courtesy of WebMD, Things that can affect your medication

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28 May, 2021 12:28

Make a list of activities you enjoy that are in alignment with your values. For example, if health is a value you cherish, you could join a yoga class or mindfulness group. If generosity is a priority, you could find an enjoyable way to spend your time helping others. If health is a value you cherish, you could join a soccer team or a yoga class. Find your activity and participate.

Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt NLP
All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei

Choose to Have a Great Day:

Choose to Have a Great Day: Recognize what really matters.

When you encounter a challenging situation, prompt yourself to see the bigger picture.

If one part of a project isn’t going well, identify that you’ve been in similar circumstances before and will most likely be in them again someday.

Know, however, that such situations don’t last, and EASE will come again, too.…


Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt NLP

All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei


A positive attitude inspires others as well as your endurance

A positive attitude inspires others.
The people around you are affected by your attitude, including your coworkers, friends, and family.
Those around you are more capable when your attitude is positive.
This also benefits your personal success.

A positive attitude increases endurance.
When your attitude is negative, your stamina is reduced.
It’s much more challenging to press on when you expect the worst.
A poor attitude magnifies every setback and makes obstacles seem insurmountable.
Those with a negative attitude whine and quit first.
Those with a positive attitude seem indefatigable.

Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt NLP
All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei


Do not allow yourself to dwell in past patterns. Simply accept those choices and move ahead.

Do not allow yourself to dwell in past patterns. Simply accept those choices and move ahead.

As you move through your life, you are given many opportunities for growth. There may have been times when you chose ways of behavior which now seem inappropriate, and may even cause you great pain when you think of them. You may also have a sense of guilt for the pain you feel you caused others. You are here at this place and time, reading these words, to know that it is time to accept the choices you made in the past and to move on with your life. You were doing the best you could at the time.

What occurred in the past is over. To continue to beat yourself up or wish you had done things differently serves no purpose. There comes a time for forgiveness, and this is what is necessary before you can make the changes you want for your future. When you continue to relive past experiences, it keeps you dwelling in those patterns of behavior, even if you are no longer acting them out. It is necessary to clear those patterns through compassion and forgiveness.

Forgiveness is love in action. It is a cleansing balm which can soothe the tattered places of your mind. There is no person on earth who, as a child of God, does not deserve forgiveness. All that you have been through and all the actions you have taken up to this moment, have taught you lessons you have needed to learn. This is true for everyone. You will continue to receive the same lessons over and over, even if there is a slight variation in the form, until you do learn them.

It is helpful to remember your life is a huge school, where learning experiences are given in every moment to bring you to the peace and light of the Divine Presence within you. At a certain point in life, the peace of God is more important than anything else. All the choices you make will be made from the inner awareness: Does this bring me closer to peace? It is helpful to pray for others that they too might also find this place of peace within themselves.

Joy is found in total forgiveness. It can free you to live your life in the present moment, because you will no longer be looking back at what occurred in the past, or worrying about the future. When you find yourself living wholly in the moment, an energy is released within you. You can find passion for living, and a connection to the Source of all your good. From this place, all the decisions you make and the actions you take will be for the highest good of all concerned. From this place, you can find the peace you have been searching for. It is in this moment right now, and it is within you.

Do not dwell in past patterns.
Simply accept those choices and move ahead.

Shanta Gabriel
for Archangel Gabriel
May 23, 2021


I look for the silver lining when dark clouds surround me

I look for the silver lining when dark clouds surround me.

I know that any situation can be a golden opportunity.
I accept that there are ups and downs in life.
I manage stress so my mind remains calm and peaceful.
I think clearly and weigh my options.
I consider the consequences before taking action.

My trials are blessings in disguise.

Hardships can enrich my life.
It all depends on how I rise to the challenge.
I can turn any set of circumstances to my advantage.

Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt NLP
All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei


Humility is more authentic than false pride.

I experience peace of mind when I live my most authentic life. My choice is to live humbly instead of painting a false picture of my reality. Taking this approach allows me to have a clear conscience.

Temptations to live according to the standards of society rarely impact me. I recognize how difficult it is to maintain a façade. My mission is to be true to myself first.

Giving into pressure to fit in is not worth the guilt and discomfort I feel afterwards. Instead of pretending, I bravely and humbly embrace my situation.

My reality serves as an example of courage and sincerity to others. I welcome the chance to teach younger people the benefits of being true to yourself. There is much value in doing things differently from others.

Humility allows me to be grateful for experiences and opportunities. It keeps me grounded and honest. I learn how to make the most of situations through humbleness.

Today, I accept that I am where I ought to be. My choice is to be humble about my reality instead of falsely representing my life to others.

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How Your Age Affects Medications

Our age affects the way we look, think, and act – it also changes the way we respond to medications. Medications that are OK to use during certain stages of our lives may be dangerous during others.

When we’re young, some medications can interfere with our body’s normal development. For example, corticosteroids that are used for so many health conditions are usually only given to growing children for long periods of time when absolutely necessary because they could stunt the child’s growth. In other cases, some medications should be avoided in children because their bodies have not developed to the point where they can process these medications in a healthy way. For example, some creams, ointments, and gels should never be applied to babies’ skin because immature skin lacks a barrier strong enough to prevent dangerous levels of the drugs from seeping into the bloodstream.

As we move into our older years, even if we stay the same size and shape as our younger selves, aging changes the way our bodily systems function – and how they process medication. Factors such as your muscle mass, amount of body fat, liver activity, and kidney function affect how your body responds to different medicines. Even if you maintain a healthy weight throughout your life, body fat increases with age. More body fat can affect how long some medications stay in your tissues, so it may take longer for your body to get rid of the drug. Because these features change with age regardless of how healthy you may be, they can alter the way a medication works in your body.

Skin medications also affect us differently as we get older. Since our skin becomes thinner with age, our bodies may absorb higher levels of the active ingredients in creams, gels, rubs, patches, and lotions than we once did.

If you have questions about how your age might affect your response to a new medication – or one you’ve been on for years – speak with your doctor or pharmacist.


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Iti multumesc Eugenia si Mihaela pentru curajul de a trimite feedback prin video.

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Carmen Sauciuc-Osz, CHt NLP

All it takes, is willingness – Totul e să vrei