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What’s your power statement?

Controlling Our Minds – What Is Your Power Statement?

Hello lovely you,

How do we control our minds so we can live a better life? What is your power statement?

The days and weeks of December are flying by. Did you know that we are in the highest realm of energy at this time of the year? This is the time when the spiritual world is reaching down with all their blessings to help us with our projects and to heal our lives? Take time to enjoy this time with prayer, meditation, and spend quality time with yourself. Make this season special and move into this beautiful spiritual realm of energy and enjoy every moment.

Talking about beautiful energy, what an amazing evening we had last night at our monthly healing “boot camp” class. Our special guest, Kevin Roth shared his incredible story of being diagnosed with Stage 3 melanoma cancer and how he turned his life around in 3 years to be cancer-free.

Kevin graced us with a live concert playing his Dulcimer. What a talent. We learned that Kevin played with Peter, Paul and Mary years ago and had stayed friends ever since. Unfortunately, Mary was diagnosed with Leukemia and Kevin told us she beat cancer and died of complications to the chemotherapy. How sad is that?

As the comments kept streaming in the chat box last night, I thought to myself, how amazing that this beautiful man who I met only 18 months ago has been able to turn his life around. I had some joyful moments last night hearing Kevin talk. Kevin was prepared to do the work; he got an attitude of gratitude and determination to change his life.

I’m so proud of you Kevin and the deep work you have done over the last 2 years to find your path to true healing. I know this not an easy road to travel on your own that is why I am here with Prue’s Place to help guide and support you all to stay on track.

A big Thank You to Kevin for sharing his story and talent with us last night and thank you to everyone who made the time to be with us. We will be doing more of these events in 2018 and inviting other guests to join us so stay tuned.

Who’s in control of your mind?

Within us lies, incredible power and intelligence that is always responding to our thoughts and words. As we learn to control our mind (the drunken monkey mind) by conscious choice of thinking, we align ourselves with this power.

Always remember you are in control of your mind. There is no one else in charge of you. You can control how you think and what you think about every moment of your day. Learn how to switch off that crazy drunken monkey mind and live a better life – find your purpose and your health and life will take off like you wouldn’t believe.

When the old thoughts the negative chatter, the sabotaging thoughts try to come back, and you find yourself saying things like, “This is hard.” “I’m not strong enough to do this.” Immediately stop what you are doing and make a mental note. Flip the conversation around in your head – take control by saying, “I now choose to believe in me, and I know I can change my thoughts and create the life of my dreams.” Keep saying this statement or a statement you create for yourself that becomes your power statement. Keep saying it until the negative chatter drifts away.

Last night at “boot camp” we discussed this in detail, and as we said goodnight, this is what I suggested to the group.

Here’s a power statement that is very simple. When those drunken monkeys act up, say your name, e.g. Prue, I love you. _______,I love you. Keep saying it until the negative energy has gone. You will soon feel the change.

You and only you have control of your current thoughts.

Your old thoughts have gone, and there is absolutely nothing you can do about them except live out the experience they have caused. Future thoughts haven’t been made, and you have no idea what-so-ever what they will be. Your current beliefs are the only ones you can control to improve your future.

Breathe lovely you – just breath and be.

With love & gratitude,

Breathing is healing

Try this today.

Close your eyes and take a big deep breathe in for 7 counts 1,2,3,4,5, 7 – hold for 2 counts 1,2,  – exhale for 7 counts 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.

Say out loud. I am relaxed and prepared to let go? Today, I am ready to let go of old negative thoughts? I let go of fear. I let go of anger. I let go of guilt. I let go of sadness. I forgive those who have hurt me. I forgive myself.

 

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11 hours ago

Prudence Sinclair

Don’t Deny Your Feelings

It’s the holidays and everyone seems to be in such good moods, and you hate to spoil the fun with your darkness. You don’t want to feel dark; you want to feel like everyone else seems to.

Denying feelings is an impulse for many (if not most) people. But it’s not healthy and it will truly only make things worse. When we don’t process our feelings, they tend to linger.
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Don’t Deny Your Feelings

It’s the holidays and everyone seems to be in such good moods, and you hate to spoil the fun with your darkness. You don’t want to feel dark; you want to feel like everyone else seems to.

Denying feelings is an impulse for many (if not most) people. But it’s not healthy and it will truly only make things worse. When we don’t process our feelings, they tend to linger.

Whether you are dealing with your own health crisis, have a loved one who is, or have recently lost someone you love, coping with grief during the holidays can make you feel like you are in a nightmarish funhouse. Everything seems to move in slow motion, people have plastered smiles on their faces, holiday music seems to play from every corner of the Universe, and all you feel like doing is crying.

You are not alone during this time. Sadly, there are many people who are facing loneliness, grief and depression during the holidays.
While there is no magic wand or silver bullet that will make the pain go away, there are some things I have found that make coping a little bit easier:

- Don’t Deny Your Feelings
- Say “NO” When You Need To
- Identify Those Things You CAN Control
- Ask for Help
- Help Others
...

Whether you are dealing with your own health crisis, have a loved one who is, or have recently lost someone you love, coping with grief during the holidays can make you feel like you are in a nightmarish funhouse. Everything seems to move in slow motion, people have plastered smiles on their faces, holiday music seems to play from every corner of the Universe, and all you feel like doing is crying.

You are not alone during this time. Sadly, there are many people who are facing loneliness, grief and depression during the holidays. 
While there is no magic wand or silver bullet that will make the pain go away, there are some things I have found that make coping a little bit easier:

- Don’t Deny Your Feelings 
- Say “NO” When You Need To 
- Identify Those Things You CAN Control 
- Ask for Help 
- Help Others

2 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Good morning, lovely you!

I cannot believe we are almost to the end of October! Before you know it, we’ll be stuffing our faces with stuffing and pie! And while many of us will be lucky enough to enjoy the holiday season with our friends and family, many people will be dealing with grief and sadness at the same time.

It's important to remember that each person has their own journey, and those paths don't always make time for holidays. Whether it's cancer, a breakup, or just a bad situation, we should all try to spread hope and love and life wherever we go.
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Good morning, lovely you!

I cannot believe we are almost to the end of October! Before you know it, we’ll be stuffing our faces with stuffing and pie! And while many of us will be lucky enough to enjoy the holiday season with our friends and family, many people will be dealing with grief and sadness at the same time.

Its important to remember that each person has their own journey, and those paths dont always make time for holidays. Whether its cancer, a breakup, or just a bad situation, we should all try to spread hope and love and life wherever we go.

3 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Deal with Your Stress

We can’t talk about boosting your immune system without talking about stress. Because the truth is, chronic stress is the number 1 enemy of your immune system.

I’ve discussed the “fight or flight” response our body has to stress in other blog posts. But to quickly summarize, when we find ourselves in harms’ way, our body has a chemical reaction that helps us either fight the danger or flee from the danger. This automatic response is what helped our ancestors survive attacks by sabre-tooth tigers and such.

But now we don’t have the same kinds of dangers in our environment. We have mortgage payments, tyrannical bosses, COVID-19, working from home stress and 24/7 media hype! These stressors stay in our environment, which leads to a lengthened chemical response in our body, and that leads to chronic inflammation.

But a prolonged response to stress also suppresses the very immune cells that are needed to fight off infection and illness.

I CANNOT STRESS how important it is to deal with the stress in your life in healthy ways. Meditation is a powerful way to deal with stress. Deep breathing exercises, physical exercise, and spending time in nature are also great ways to deal with stress. And if you find you need to speak to a mental health counselor, do it. Your health is on the line.

If you’re one of my readers that always says, “I know, I know, I should be better about supporting my immune system,” then consider me right now giving you a friendly kick in the pants to just DO IT already!

Much love and health to you!
...

Deal with Your Stress

We can’t talk about boosting your immune system without talking about stress. Because the truth is, chronic stress is the number 1 enemy of your immune system.

I’ve discussed the “fight or flight” response our body has to stress in other blog posts. But to quickly summarize, when we find ourselves in harms’ way, our body has a chemical reaction that helps us either fight the danger or flee from the danger. This automatic response is what helped our ancestors survive attacks by sabre-tooth tigers and such.

But now we don’t have the same kinds of dangers in our environment. We have mortgage payments, tyrannical bosses, COVID-19, working from home stress and 24/7 media hype! These stressors stay in our environment, which leads to a lengthened chemical response in our body, and that leads to chronic inflammation.

But a prolonged response to stress also suppresses the very immune cells that are needed to fight off infection and illness.

I CANNOT STRESS how important it is to deal with the stress in your life in healthy ways. Meditation is a powerful way to deal with stress. Deep breathing exercises, physical exercise, and spending time in nature are also great ways to deal with stress. And if you find you need to speak to a mental health counselor, do it. Your health is on the line.

If you’re one of my readers that always says, “I know, I know, I should be better about supporting my immune system,” then consider me right now giving you a friendly kick in the pants to just DO IT already!

Much love and health to you!

4 days ago

Prudence Sinclair

Polyphenols

Decades of research have now confirmed that polyphenols, powerful plant compounds, have very positive effects on the immune system. Without getting too science-y, the body’s mucosal layer is its first line of defense against invading pathogens. But this layer, over time, can become susceptible to structural abnormalities, which negatively impacts the immune system’s initial response. Polyphenols protect this mucosal layer, thereby helping your immune system to do its job!

To get more polyphenols into your diet, be sure to add berries, dark chocolate, beans, nuts, red onions, spinach, black and green tea and red wine to your diet!
...

Polyphenols

Decades of research have now confirmed that polyphenols, powerful plant compounds, have very positive effects on the immune system. Without getting too science-y, the body’s mucosal layer is its first line of defense against invading pathogens. But this layer, over time, can become susceptible to structural abnormalities, which negatively impacts the immune system’s initial response. Polyphenols protect this mucosal layer, thereby helping your immune system to do its job!

To get more polyphenols into your diet, be sure to add berries, dark chocolate, beans, nuts, red onions, spinach, black and green tea and red wine to your diet!
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