20 Do You Have Pain?

Welcome to the twentieth  of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Did you know that the feeling of pain is a result of what you are focusing on? Yes, you have pain because you are hurt, but you FEEL pain because of what you are focusing on.

Have you ever been cut, but you didn’t realize it at first? Then, when you did realize it, guess what! It started to hurt… Whereas it hadn’t… Until you realized you were cut.

Once you’ve realized you’ve been cut, what are you focusing on? The cut, right?

Much like a child hurts themselves, but they were in the middle of play and didn’t realize it. Then, when they were done playing and noticed there was a big bruise or maybe some blood, they started hurting.

What does that mean? More than likely it means they needed a visual set of submodalities before they had that particular pain.

NOTE: Submodalities are what you experience mentally “inside your head” or physically “with your body,” using your five senses of hear, feel, smell, see, or taste. A visual set of submodalities means that they “saw” the painful area. They saw it, it represented hurt, so they “felt” the pain. I’m not saying people don’t hurt, I’m saying there are times they don’t know they are hurt.

Pain is a strategy. Strategy is nothing more than organizing your resources. Your resources for pain might be what you see, then what you feel, then what you know.

Recognize your strategies.

Change your strategies.

NOTE: Pain is a symptom of something happening within your body. Recognize the symptom for what it is, do something about it, AND do something about your strategies so you don’t have to feel the pain.

Thanks for reading,
Jan

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19.  Do You Get Sick Easily?

Welcome to the nineteenth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Did you know that every thought in your mind affects your body? They are like building blocks, the more you think them the bigger they get in how they affect your life.

Visualize your body as being a mass of cells the size of teeny, tiny spots. (Of course we know that cells are so tiny we can’t see them, but for this illustration we need to have something to focus on.)

Now, when you have a thought, it really doesn’t matter what it is, it affects your body. If it’s a strong one it affects your body instantly.  If it’s not so strong, if continually thought, it will affect you over time.

To visualize this, take one cell out and set it on your hand. Think a good thought and see the cell “beam” with happy thoughts. Think a bad thought and see the cell shrivel. If your life is filled with good thoughts, chances are your cells are all happy, healthy cells. If your life is filled with bad thoughts, well, you saw the cell shrivel.

A shriveled cell is not a healthy cell. When you gather a good amount of unhealthy thoughts affecting your cells, how does that affect your body? Not good, right?

Why does this happen? What actually goes on?  Keep reading.

Our thoughts go from our mind to our brain, and from our brain to our body. Our brain controls the nerves that go to every part of our body.

A shocking experience has to first be experienced in our mind, which then sends pictures to our brain, which immediately translates the message to every cell in our body.

I’ll say it again. Your thoughts (in your mind) affect every cell in your body.

Let’s say you have sad thoughts. Visualize your cells all shriveling just a little. How does that make you feel? Not so good? Why? Because if your cells are weak (in the process of shriveling or are shriveled), your immune system is weak.

We are all in charge of our own thoughts, so in this respect, we are all in charge of our own health.

Do you get a cold at least once every winter? Do you “just know that you are going to get it” the minute a sniffle comes? You “know” the fever is next, etc.?

What would happen if you realized you had a sniffle, but you just got a Kleenex, blew your nose, and didn’t give it another thought? Hard to believe, huh?

How about this? You have a sniffle, your mind thinks “Oh! I knew this would happen. I’ve got a big project coming up and I’m coming down with a cold! I hate it when that happens. I’ll probably be off work for a few days again. That always happens when I get a cold.” Your brain picks up the message and sends it to the cells.

Hm. What in the world were you thinking? How did it affect your cells? Can you see them shriveling (weakening) already?

Now, I’m not saying you won’t get a cold if you don’t say it/think it. And I’m not saying you will get a cold if you do say it/think it. But I am saying the chances are good for both.

I am saying that once you acknowledge it, you are starting the wheels in motion.

Treat illness like a puzzle. “What happens when I think this?” “What happens when I think that?” Find out how your mind works. We may not get sick if we have good thoughts. We may get sick/er by thinking negative thoughts. We have options. Check them out.

Do you get sick easily?  Do you think you can change?  Of course you can. Start now!

Thanks for reading,

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18. An Exercise That Can Take Away Nervousness Forever

Welcome to the eighteenth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Let’s face it. Time is precious, and in this busy day and age, you don’t have time to be nervous. You. Are. Just. Too. Busy.

But… Things happen and there you are. Nervous as all get out. Again.

But, really, since you are so busy, why use that precious time being nervous?

Whenever you think about what makes you nervous, (which means you are probably starting to get nervous right now) why not, instead, look at your watch and realize you don’t have time for that?

Not good enough, huh?

OK, here. Try this. It can take away nervousness forever.

Stand up. Walk five feet forward.

That wasn’t so bad, was it?

Now, walk the same five feet backward.

Easy, huh?

All right. Now, walk the five feet forward while thinking about walking backward.

A little complicated, right? But not bad.

Now, walk the five feet backward while thinking about walking forward.

Now, walk forward while thinking about walking backward and holding your left arm out and turning your wrist in circles to the right.

Still doing OK?

Now, walk backward while thinking about walking forward and holding your left arm out and turning your wrist in circles to the right and holding your right arm out and turning your wrist in circles to the left.

Still doing OK? Terrific, now say, “This is GREAT!” as you do everything again! :)

The more difficult you make it the less you are able to think about something else. Like being nervous.

However, we’re not done yet. AFTER you’ve done the above several times a day for 3 days. (Repetition is the master of all skills, after all.)

Think about whatever makes you nervous, then think about or do the above exercise.

Think about something else that makes you nervous, then think about or do the above exercise.

Think about something else that makes you nervous, then think about or do the above exercise.

Think about whatever makes… You get the picture, don’t you?

Do this until your mind just doesn’t want to think about getting nervous anymore.

Guess what? You’ve just made life a little easier for yourself.

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

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17 Walk-Away Power

Welcome to the seventeenth of my 30 daily tips!

Do you have walk-away power? Are you a parent, a boss, someone in charge?

Do you hate it when you end the conversation with words like “You’ll be sorry if you don’t do what I say!”? Or maybe you don’t say it, but you think it? Do you tell someone to do something and they don’t… and you explode? Do you say to yourself, “I knew that would happen!”?

How about trying walk-away power in these instances?

Rehearse this mentally to see how it feels. In your mind, run through a scenario where you were almost bursting a gasket when you told someone to do something, and you “knew” they weren’t going to do it like you said they should.

Who was in control in that scenario? Not you, that’s for sure, right? Well, let’s do something about it.

Go stand in front of a mirror. Rehearse these two little words that could save you a lot of headache. These two little words are: “Or not”.

Say them several times, until they become second nature to you.

Now, think about an instance that upset you. What would have happened if you had said “Or not”.

Here’s an example:

“I’d like _______________ done by tomorrow afternoon.” Then, mentally or verbally, “Or not.”

Do you feel the pressure dwindle?

“Or not” is like an escape valve. Say “Or not” either in your mind or out loud and feel the pressure evaporate.

Let’s take a look at that. You’ve just given someone an order and you feel the conflict from them immediately. If there’s a conflict, that’s when you say “Or not” out loud. You can say it flippantly if you like, but I’ve found that if you look them in the eye and say “Or not” it makes them think. Give them an opportunity instead of an order.

Then, walk away.

Now, what are the consequences? What happens if they don’t do whatever? Well, let’s look at it this way. What happened before when they didn’t? Wasn’t pretty, right?

You have to take care of yourself and release the pressure gauge. Use this method and feel your blood pressure slowly go back to normal.

Good luck with this.

If you like this technique, pass it on to a friend. Watch as their life changes for the better. Both of you will breathe easier.

Thanks for reading,

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16. Is Nervousness a Problem For You? Relax, Go to Neutral

Welcome to the sixteenth of my 30 daily tips to Health!

Do you know what “Go to neutral” means?

We all have negative responses that don’t get us anywhere. What we do with them when we have them, is the key to good health. When you learn to “Relax, go to neutral” you will be better equipped to handle negative emotions such as nervousness, anger, etc.

Here’s how you “Go to neutral.”

Put your hands twelve inches apart, with one hand over the other, palms facing. Now, put them twenty-four inches apart. Anything under the center, the one foot level, is anger, hatred, fear, apathy, pettiness, bitterness, and any other negative thought or emotion.

Anything over the center, the one foot level, is a loving, happy, joyous, and any other positive thought or emotion.

What’s between the area of negative and positive? You guessed it. Neutral. See your right hand (the one on the bottom) coming up closer and closer, until it hits neutral. Now concentrate on all the good feelings you have in the upper part and feel the lower part fade away.

Have you ever heard the statement, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything”? Well, if you can’t have a positive response, emotion, or reaction, at least go to neutral. That would be close to “Don’t say anything” only it would be almost like “If you can’t have a positive response, emotion, or reaction, don’t FEEL anything.”

What if you have a thought of hatred, or something equally deep and negative? See or imagine your right hand going up to the area of love.

Kind of hard, right at that moment, isn’t it? Especially if the emotion is very deep. That’s when you need to trigger the response, “Relax, go to neutral.” If you can’t get to an empowering emotion like love, you can at least go to neutral, can’t you? That’s not so hard.

Feel how it feels to be in control of your thoughts. Work with it every day so you can enjoy life to the fullest.

Thank you for reading.

Jan Tincher

 

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15. Holidays and Stress – What is Your Own Personal Bio-Computer Saying About Your Holidays?

Welcome to the fifteenth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

The holidays cause many emotions we don’t normally have. There are times when we don’t feel in control of these emotions, and this is the time when most people let them out. To some, the holidays aren’t a magical time; to some, the holidays are a hurtful time.

But that doesn’t have to be. What? No, that doesn’t have to be, because we can change it.

Here is a technique that can help you change your reactions to stress in a whole new way.  Get ready to have a holiday like you’ve never had before, because now YOU are in control.

Sit down and relax.  Take a few deep breaths, and imagine your brain is like one large room. The room is made up of a bio-computer that designs your life.

Your computer has 3 basic parts:
1. Your monitor
2. Your keyboard
3. Your hard-drive.

That is to say: Your monitor is how you look, what you display to the world.

Your keyboard is your senses — what you taste, touch, see, hear, smell, and anything you hear.

Your hard drive is your brain.

Everything your experience is recorded or programmed on your hard drive. Every time you program yourself — accept what others tell you or make a decision on your own — it’s all saved on your hard drive, ready to be picked up and used at a moment’s notice.

Every wall in your brain’s room is full of labeled switches. On the left side of the room are your emotions, so every emotion has a labeled switch, on the right side are your reactions, so every reaction has a labeled switch. These switches control your life, so depending on which emotion switch is thrown, it will automatically go to its reaction switch.

Let’s say the switch labeled “anger” automatically triggers the one labeled “yelling”. If that’s the case, then yelling will be your reaction. If those are your switches, you yell when you are angry. And unless you change the labels, your reactions will be the same as they’ve always been.

How successful you are is directly tied to the beliefs you have stored on your hard drive.

Check them out. Are they old beliefs that don’t support you anymore? Make up new labels for your switches. Maybe the reaction for anger could now be total calmness. Total calmness gives you time to think about what’s going on and react in a productive manner. That will also work for other negative emotions, such as hatred, stress, anxiety, etc. Hm, maybe the only reaction label you want is total calmness. You be the judge, then YOU program that change into your bio-computer.

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

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14. Would You Like a Shield?

Welcome to the fourteenth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

Wouldn’t it be neat if you could make a shield that would surround you completely? A shield that would protect you from negative attitudes, negative feelings?

Would you like to know how to make one?

Great!  I’ll show you how.

Find a quiet place to sit down and relax. Take 3 deep breaths and visualize this very special shield surrounding you. Make it big enough that you don’t feel any pressure, yet small enough that you feel loved and protected.

What does it look like, feel like, even smell like?

Why not instill a gizmo that rings or buzzes every time you hear words that used to bring discomfort or pain. You smile as you realize the words are on the other side of the shield and can’t get to you. This tells you it is working and keeping you feeling safe.

And guess what?

You do feel safe.  Doesn’t that feel great?

This is a fantastic way to be in control of your feelings.  Now, you can filter out negative attitudes, take a deep breath and feel good.

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

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13. You’ve Gotta Die From Something?

Welcome to the thirteenth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

I like the sign “Your retirement years depend on what you do right now.” Granted that’s a sign at an investment firm, but it matches what we’re going to talk about to a T.

“You’ve gotta die from something. May as well be what you eat, so eat what you like.” I hear that all the time.

Ironic, isn’t it? People are choosing their way to die instead of their way to live.

I have a friend who smokes. He has the same type of logic. “I’m gonna die from something. I might just as well enjoy the journey.”

Can you believe it?  Forget the fact that if they didn’t eat all that cholesterol laden food they could add years to their lives. Good years.

Forget the fact that if they didn’t put all that nicotine in their lungs and body they could add even more years to their life. More good years.

Forget the fact that it’s just plain dumb to think about a good way to die.

There is no good way to die. There is usually only pain and heartache. If not for them, then for their families.

So, what can they do?

They can NOT give up. Because, in my book, choosing how to die is giving up.

I know, I know. Not giving up is a lot of work. And work wears you out. Work takes discipline.  But, here’s a cliché for you, work is its own reward.

Like, a good healthy life to spend with your children and grandchildren.

Start getting control of your life. Start saying good things to yourself.

Start with this mantra every morning (and throughout the day). “I am healthy. I heal quickly and easily. If I am worried about my health, I will immediately go to the doctor, get whatever needs to be done fixed and leave with a clean bill of health so I get on with my life. I am through worrying about every little thing. I take charge immediately. Life is meant to be lived with a smile.”

You know why I recommend that?  Because if you aren’t saying that, you might be saying, “I don’t feel good.” And guess what? It’s not followed up with, “I’ll get myself to a doctor and get everything checked out.”

Nope, it’s followed up with the thought, “I’ll get around to it later.”

Change that to your new mantra and see what a change that can make.

Choose how you are going to live, not how you are going to die, because sometimes dying seems to take so much longer than living.

It’s your choice.

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

 

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12. You Can’t Sing If You’re Dead

Welcome to the twelfth of my 30 daily tips on Health!

I am dedicated to showing people how to live their lives considerately.

We are considerate of others when we live, so doesn’t it make sense to be considerate of those same people when we die. And, yes, this is about funerals.

NOTE: There may be some that actually think people “should” grieve or “have to” grieve at the funeral. People grieve in the way that is best for them. That doesn’t mean it has to be at a time and place that is triggered in their memory for the rest of their lives — the funeral. If you feel they must grieve at your funeral, this isn’t for you. Sorry. I’m all for giving them an option.

Let’s remember that grieving is an individual process. Everyone does it differently. It affects people in different ways when someone dies and leaves them to go to their funeral one day, then to face their lives the next day without them.

The BIG question is:  Why make people suffer more at a funeral than they have to?

NOTE: This is not a recommendation of any sort. I am fully aware of the different aspects of dying, of mourning, of the seriousness of it. I am just showing you options.

How about you? You have to make a choice every time you think about your loved one that has passed over. Are you going to think sad thoughts or are you going to think good thoughts? (You know what I prefer. YOU make your own decision, BUT make it wisely.)

Do you realize that good thoughts will help that person’s soul continue on its journey. Do you realize bad thoughts, such as heartache, pain, despair, loneliness, do not help that person’s soul continue on its journey?

Some people want to have long funerals. However, I don’t. If fellowship is needed, and I feel it is, then have a long reception with planned socializing. Have something that encourages togetherness, so people know they aren’t alone.

The point is, we are all going to die. The point is, we can be in charge of our own funeral. The point is, WE can make OUR funeral set the pace for our loved ones while still being sensitive to their needs.

The reason the experience at the funeral is so important, in case some of you don’t know, is because rarely can people cry their hearts out at the funeral and then go out and live their lives as usual the next day. It’s too hard. We have a memory now of the funeral that we will carry with us. It is up to the person who has passed over to do what they can ahead of time to make sure their funeral sets the right pace, so the memory doesn’t hurt any more than it has to.

We don’t need to march to the old drummer. We need to start living our lives as successfully as we know how. We need to direct our deaths as successfully as we know how… So the living can get on with their lives.

There is a little song below. If you don’t like it, per se, take responsibility to find something to take its place. But only IF you agree that a funeral sets the pace for your loved ones and their memories of you. IF you agree that the sooner a person can start living productively again, they will continue living productively. And, if you agree that we need to change the course funerals have been taking.

You Can’t Sing If You’re Dead… But the congregation can.

This is a song that could play as the casket goes out, but only if you have a sense of humor. I mean no offense.

To the tune of: *If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands!*

“There’s a fly in my casket, close the lid.

There’s a fly in my casket, close the lid.

There’s a fly in my casket, he said he’d stay if I asked it.

There’s a fly in my casket, close the lid.”

Thank you for reading.

Jan Tincher

 

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11. I am an MPD — Mental Possibility Doctor

Welcome to the eleventh of my 30 daily tips on Health!

I am a Mental Possibility Doctor, as Lisa Nichols, from “The Secret”, says.

I enjoy possibilities.  I enjoy changing possibilities to probabilities. I enjoy changing probabilities to what is happening.

What do you think about that?

Think about your life.  What is happening?  What are the possibilities of you changing it to what you want?  If you think the possibilities are nil, then guess what?  That’s what they are.  BUT, if you think there’s even a tiny, tiny, tiny possibility it could change, then guess what?  There is that possibility.  Which, if you think about it, is much better than you originally thought.

So, let’s play with this.  Be a Mental Possibility Doctor.  Think of all the possibilities there are out there and let that settle in your mind.  Stand back and watch things happen.

Have fun.  Play with it.  Let me know what’s happening, what’s changed in your life that you let change, do to your being a Mental Possibility Doctor.  J

Good luck!

Thanks for reading,

Jan Tincher

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