30 What is the Tapestry of Your Life?

Welcome to the thirtieth of my 30 daily tips!

A tapestry is a woven wall hanging.  So… How does that relate to your life, you ask?

Let’s look at it this way. Your life is a weaving of different events that make up your “tapestry”.

What does your tapestry look like right now?

What does it look like after you’ve spent some time with your boss?

Or your co-worker?

Your neighbor?

Your family?

Your loved ones?

Although other people definitely affect your tapestry, it’s up to you how much they affect it.

Do you mentally shake the tapestry, letting everything that was negative roll away? Or do you keep it and let it detract from the beauty of your life — your Tapestry?

Everything you do — or don’t do — matters at the end of the day.

Every time you interact with someone, you affect your, and their, tapestry.

Look at their tapestry as though it was a beautiful picture. What did you do with it? Did you cloud it? Did you make it brighter? Did you make it dimmer? Did you enhance it in some way, or did you detract from it?

How do you affect other people’s tapestry?

Knowing that whatever you did to their tapestry, you did to yours, puts a different spin on life, doesn’t it?

If you cloud someone else’s tapestry, (or make it brighter, dimmer, enhance or detract from it,) the same will happen to yours.

So, what does that do to your thoughts of anger? Hatred? Vindictiveness? Does it make you want to try harder to dissolve those feelings?

Because, suddenly, you can almost see the color of anger as it weaves its way into not only the other person’s tapestry, but your own.

How about, when you interact with someone, you make it a point to see their “tapestry” in your mind? Then… Do what you can to enhance it.

Your own individual tapestry, and the ones of the people you interact with on a daily basis, aren’t the only tapestries you are personally involved in.

There is a larger tapestry, one that was started hundreds of years ago by our ancestors, that isn’t finished. We, as a part of that family, will continue to add to it, then pass it on.

Now, here’s the question.  What are we passing on?

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

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29  Why Aren’t You No. 1?

Welcome to the twenty-ninth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

If you aren’t #1, it’s because you haven’t programmed yourself to be. It’s that simple.

Here’s why.

If you were programmed to be, you would be.

Let’s look at the programming some of us have:

I can’t be #1, because I’m too short, too tall, too skinny, too fat, too loud, too shy, too ugly, too handsome/beautiful, too broke, too rich, nobody likes me, or whatever.

Here’s an excuse a lot of people use: “If I try to program myself to be #1, I’ll just be disappointing myself. Who wants to set themselves up for that?”

Let’s start over. Why not program yourself to be #1 — in your heart?

If you’re not #1 in your heart, you won’t be #1 anywhere. Again, it’s that simple. You’ll be standing outside of the doorway to your opportunity, your shoulders slumped, your eyes down, a frown on your face as you mentally rattle off your excuses. They won’t hire/like/care about me because ____________ (Place your own excuses here).

Now, look at a different scenario: You are standing at the doorway to your opportunity, your shoulders are back, your eyes are straight ahead, you are smiling. The words going on in your head are something like:

“I’ve got a great chance at this. I like what I do. I’m happy. They’d be silly not to hire/like/care about me. The world does not revolve around this next moment and I can be happy no matter what happens.  After all, happiness starts in the mind.” Take a deep breath. “And guess what?  When I leave here, I’m going to treat myself to a ___________ (fill in the blank with something you like)”.

Practice this speech, or one like it, in front of the mirror until you feel totally happy with yourself, totally prepared for whatever life is bringing you, totally ready to look beyond the present “crisis”.

Admittedly, this could take a few days of practice… But what have you got to lose?  (And in a few days you’ll be the most loved person you know.  And isn’t that something to look forward to? :) )

Practice smiling at yourself with love, compassion, understanding, and joy.  Know that you know that you know that you are #1 — in your heart.

The great part about all this is that even though you are #1 in your heart, it does NOT make anyone else #2.  You now have enough love, compassion, understanding, and joy in your heart to spread it around…

Until everyone has enough love, compassion, understanding, and joy in their hearts to …

Spread it around.

Now, if you sometimes find yourself with the old thought pattern of I’m too short, too tall, too skinny, too fat, too loud, too shy, too broke, too rich, or whatever, make a list of those responses.

Now, put on the end of each response, “… but I can try. I am, after all, #1 in my heart.” Make sure you are smiling when you say it.

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

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28  When You Are Anxious, You Need a Nice, Quiet Place to Go

Welcome to the twenty-eighth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

You’ve heard that stress is the main cause for illness, haven’t you?

That said, when you are anxious or stressful, YOU need to make a change, because the more stress you have, the more harmful it is to yourself and your body.

That said, wouldn’t it be great to have a nice, quiet place to go where you can relieve the stress?  Somewhere where you can relax and take a deep breath. Some place you can go when you are anxious or stressed, where you can metamorphose into a relaxed human being.

Well, you can.  All you need is a comfortable chair to a corner, somewhere off by itself. If you want to, you can add a small table near by, maybe a candle with a scent you like. Maybe play some soft music. Maybe not.  Whatever it takes to help you feel comfortable.

Let’s face it.  You can’t be relaxed and comfortable, AND stressed and anxious at the same time. So which would you pick?

There will be times, maybe, when you aren’t near the quiet place you’ve made for yourself.  If that’s the case, just imagine a quiet place in your mind. Because, either place is capable of changing your physiology and your thoughts.

Why? Because your brain does not know the difference between real or vividly imagined.

So, if it’s in your mind, visualize whatever you want that will relax you.  Maybe a staircase or hallway that takes you to your quiet room, a door you will shut behind you, your comfortable chair, the small table near it with a candle. Visualize/imagine hearing the soft music, smelling the candle, feeling the relaxation immediately upon entering the room and sitting in the chair.

Make sure to program these areas, in your mind and in your home, with happiness, peace, joy.

You need to know that no matter what is happening in your life, when you sit in that chair, whether in reality or in your mind, you are feeling the peace… Immediately.

Accept nothing less. KNOW that the minute you sit in that chair, you are at peace. Stress evaporates when you sit down.  Imagine that, know that.

Take the time to continually show your brain what you want and your brain will make that visualization your reality.

Stress and anxiety are no longer a part of your life because you have learned how to get rid of stress and anxiety… the minute you walk into your quiet place and sit down.

Congratulations!

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

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27  Positive Thinking – Why Not Think “I Don’t Care?”

Welcome to the twenty-seventh of my 30 daily tips!

Do you ever think this? “Oh, no. I can feel the cold coming now. My sinuses are starting to clog, and my head is starting to ache.”

Instead of thinking the above, why not think “I don’t care.” Then, go about your business?

Your mind brings about these thoughts because of the stimuli that precede the various illnesses. When you feel that cold coming on, that twinge that says Arthritis is coming to your fingers, that feeling that says “I can’t afford anything”, (money is not an illness, but money stress does cause illness) decide right then that you don’t care.

I know that it stands against all your reasoning, to say “I don’t care” to something that you definitely care about, but if you care about something, you focus on it. You bring it about. If you “don’t care”, you allow it to leave, you let go of your “hold” on it.

Now, feel that cold coming on.

How does it feel? Do you feel like you know exactly what’s going to happen in the next few hours? Like your nose will be plugged, or your sinuses will start draining, or your head will start aching? Maybe even all of that and more?

Well, guess what?

If you don’t say “I don’t care”, you do care. You care about all of the above, and you are actually attracting it.

Hard to believe, isn’t it?

In other words, you are actually expecting a plugged nose, your sinuses to drain, and your head to ache, and more. Why? Because that’s what you are thinking. And when you think about something, you focus on it.

The more you focus on it (think about it), the more you encourage it to happen.  Because… Your brain is a magnet to what you are thinking about.

Now, try this: When you feel that cold coming on, say, “I don’t care.” Say it as often as you need to. And go about your business.

Do you notice anything? Maybe you didn’t even get your cold. Or maybe it was so slight, you barely noticed it.

I’m not saying you won’t get the cold.  I am saying you aren’t doing your part to attract the cold.

When it comes to illness and bad luck and lack and any other negativity in your life, practice saying “I don’t care,” and prepare for the good.

The more you think it, the more you say it, the more you attract it. Do you want what you are thinking, saying, and attracting in your life?

Start whispering to your brain, “I don’t care. I’m going to stay healthy/wealthy/wise”.

Good luck!

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

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26  Goals – What Did You Do Next Tuesday?

Welcome to the twenty-sixth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

What DID You Do Next Tuesday?

I imagine you are wondering if that is worded wrong. Nope.

It’s just another way of saying “Do you have goals?”. Or do you know how to accomplish them, once you make them?

A 1950s study found that just 3% of the students in that year’s Harvard University graduating class had written down goals.

30 years later, those 3% had more wealth between them than the other 97% put together!

What did you do next Tuesday?

Or to put it differently: What do you have planned, what will you have succeeded in accomplishing — by next Tuesday?

Put this knowledge into action, put a goal on the calendar for every Tuesday. If your goal is to be accomplished in your home, get the family involved. If your goal is to be accomplished at work — get your co-workers involved.

Make some of the goals big, make some of them small. Learn how to celebrate each achievement so that your mind KNOWS you stick to your goals. When you do that, the next time will be easier and the next time even easier and the next time much easier! Not only that, but the accomplishment will be bigger and better and brighter than ever before!

Let’s focus on the day. Tuesday.

Now, let’s focus on the goal. 10 new accounts? Finish a project? Build a playhouse? Learn something new? Put up a new web site?

The important thing is not so much what the goal is, but that there is a goal about which you can get excited.

There are all sorts of goals, aren’t there?

Again. Let’s focus on Tuesday. Project into the future and see Tuesday with the goal accomplished. (Use your visualization skills here, or draw a picture, or get a good feeling that when Tuesday arrives you have accomplished your goal.)

Now, break down your goal. For instance, in order to accomplish X, you need to Y 10 times before you can mark off your goal as “Accomplished!” Let’s say there are 7 days until Tuesday, so you have 7 days to accomplish it. You have to Y 10 times in those 7 days. That doesn’t sound so hard, does it?

Concentrate on Tuesday. What would you like to have done by then?

Why not start it?

Look at that calendar with pride and know that you are setting a precedent here. You are showing your brain that you know how to succeed at setting goals and accomplishing them.

Feel how good that feels — to you, your family, your co-workers!

All the goals for that first month can be small. The main thing is to know that you can succeed. Maybe some months will all have the same ultimate goal, and a fourth of it will be accomplished each Tuesday.

Get excited! Start succeeding — One Tuesday at a time!

Thank you for reading.

Jan Tincher

 

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25  Roll Out the Red Carpet – For Yourself

Welcome to the twenty-fifth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Are you having a bad day? Did the boss yell at you, did your spouse get angry at something you did, did your day just plain start out badly?

Well, there’s something you can do about it, and, who knows, you just might grow to like it! You can roll out the red carpet — for yourself! Yes! Try it. Doesn’t that feel great?

Visually roll it out for yourself and imagine walking on it. Doesn’t that make you feel special? You deserve to be treated with respect and care — no matter what. Right? We all do.

Especially if we are having a bad day, or are feeling guilty about something. Or how about if we don’t want to be wherever we are (and are acting accordingly)?

Why? Again. Because you deserve to be treated with respect and care — no matter what. We all do.

Once you roll the red carpet out, it’s your unconscious’ way of telling you — as you visualize that beautiful red carpet — that you are worthy of respect. When you “see” that red carpet, your shoulders go back, you straighten your posture, your eyes are more alert and you are ready to be treated with respect.

Then, guess what? You begin to earn that respect that you know is yours!

Just think how this can help you! How about if you are going for a job interview? Or you are making a cold call? Or you are meeting someone for the first time? You happily visualize the Red Carpet in front of you, unfolding ahead of you wherever you go. Feel how good that feels!

Roll it out for others, too, because they deserve to be treated with respect and care, and visualizing the red carpet for them is your way of doing that. Then, you act accordingly, and isn’t that great?

Do it for everyone and you will see YOUR world changing. Yes, do it for everyone, even that irritably selfish, nosy person you would rather not come into contact with or that person who has treated you horribly or that person who won’t speak to you.

What are you waiting for? Start rolling.

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

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24  Pain – How Do You Handle It?

Welcome to the twenty-fourth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Do you suffer pain? Did you know it’s normal for people to have pain, but to suffer pain is a choice?

Pain is inevitable. I repeat, pain is inevitable, but … Suffering is optional.

What you do after the initial pain — regardless of what kind it is, physical, mental, financial, spiritual, social, emotional — is what’s important.

Why?

Because the most important time of your life is…  Right now! Oops. No. It’s right now! Oops. No. It’s right now!

Why?

Because what you are doing, right now, will affect your future. The thoughts you are having, right now, will affect your future.  The actions/reactions you are having, right now, will affect your future.  You are the only one that can do what is right, right now.  You are the only one that can think what is right, right now.  You are the only one that can change your actions and reactions to what is right, right now.

In case you didn’t catch it, right now is the most important time of your life.  Right now is the time to start changing what you don’t like about your life.

Suffering is the post-pain pain. It is the self-inflicted pain we create by choice.

What are we going to do about it?

Thanks for reading,

Jan

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23  The Secret to Using Your Emotions at Will

Welcome to the twenty-third of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Would you like to learn the secret to using your emotions at will?

Everyone’s emotions are unique to them. Some people feel anxiety in their body in ways that someone else might feel happiness or motivation. Some people feel anger with all the submodalities of someone else’s fear.

NOTE:  When you experience your emotions, you are using all or most of your five senses of hear, feel, smell, see, or taste. (Feeling could be the actual touching or it could be how you feel physically.) These are submodalities.

The secret is to use these submodalities to make your emotions work for you, to use any emotion you want at will.  Or to NOT use them at will.

When are you NOT using your emotions at will?

Well, do you cry easily? Do you anger easily? Do you get anxious easily? Are these feelings automatic for you when someone or something triggers you?

All of these emotions have submodalities that have to happen in order for YOU to feel the emotion.

For instance, when you get mad, let’s say your face gets red, your ears burn, there’s tension in your stomach, you have a weight on your chest. These are submodalities.

How about the minute you feel your face getting red, mentally imagine it turning blue.

The minute your feel the tension in your stomach, why not have the Pac Man faces come in and start eating it away?

And as far as the weight on your chest, what about imagining all that tension being released like a balloon with the air escaping?

You have just rearranged the submodalities that “used to” start off the anger situation. Your body now does not have the same pattern to follow. Now, you don’t feel frustration, fear, anger, or any other negative emotion easily! Why? Because you’ve taken control and changed your submodalities.

Let’s put it another way. Someone else did NOT make you angry. You “allowed” them to make you angry by letting them upset one or more of your values. They messed with what you believe in.

You decided you weren’t going to put up with that, and YOU decided to get angry. Oops! There it goes! Your face is getting red — hey, wait a minute, now it’s getting green. Hey, that’s funny. How about that, now your attention is on humor. You’ve just allowed yourself to take charge of your emotions and “nip it in the bud,” so to speak.

And, guess what. It was easy!

No one needs to get angry at the drop of a hat. Stand back. Now, you can make a mature decision on how to handle the situation. And didn’t that feel great?

You don’t have to go around feeling those feelings you used to feel.  Right?  Because sometimes, believe it or not, those feelings used to wear your body out.  A worn out body can make you more susceptible to illness.

Now, instead of making yourself ill, you are feeling fantastic.  That’s what taking charge of your life does for you.  :)

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

 

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22  Share Your Grief Or Share Your Love – It’s Your Choice

Welcome to the twenty-second of my 30 daily tips on Health!

We need to replace sharing our grief with sharing our love.

Let’s say someone tells you a person has cancer (or any life threatening disease)and you can tell it bothers them on a personal level.

Then your mind goes to your own personal experiences. Or worse, to horror stories you’ve heard.  Not too cheery, right?  And not exactly what people need to hear or feel at this point in their lives.

Some people don’t realize that what they consider “sharing” may be causing others needless pain.

Although it may not seem like it, it is how some people share their grief.  They think that sharing it will in some way alleviate it.  But all it does is reinforce their hopeless/helpless situation with each telling of the story.

How can you help them?

One way is to change the subject or say something like “That’s too bad (at the very beginning of their story), but let me tell you about…”  And tell them a good thing that has happened to someone going through a similar experience.

This could be your way of helping the next cancer patient, who may be listening, have hope. Showing by sharing is excellent.

We need to experience the goodness of sharing our love, not our grief.

Thank you for reading.

Jan Tincher

 

P.S. All said, though, there is a time and a place for everything.  You’ll have to be the judge of the right time to step in and make changes.

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21. Holiday Anxiety   Can You Handle It?

Welcome to the twenty-first of my 30 daily tips on Health!

The holidays are here and many people are in the process of preparing for celebrations, overnight guests, and whatever.

Unfortunately, there are those who can’t handle the stress and anxiety associated with this. Suddenly, they develop a cold or the flu or have thrown their back out or whatever.

They, in effect, have given up.

They want the time to be good for all, but they know that Uncle Joe is going to do the same thing with the whoopee cushion and embarrass everyone. They know that Aunt Jane is going to sit there and berate Uncle Joe the whole time. They know Barry is going to show up and Uncle Bart will take it upon himself to tell the boy what a jackass he is, and the whole family will join in.

There goes the holidays. Right?  You wish you could stop it right there.

I say:  Wrong. I say:  Let it happen.

That’s right. I say:  let it happen.

If it’s going to happen, let it happen.

And it will.

But there is a solution.  You, yes, you can find your firm voice, and say, “Everyone who wants to have some fun, come with me.” And herd all who are willing into the other room, where you have set up a fun room.  And on the wall will be the rules. Or rule, as it may be.  No frowns.  Laughter is acceptable. Love abounds. And visualize exactly that.

And here’s a no-brainer:  If you take the time and effort to change your view of reality, your brain will put in the time and effort to make your reality become your view.  Visualize what you want to happen, then…  Let it happen!

Thanks for reading,

Jan

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