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RECOGNIZE WHEN YOUR THOUGHTS HAVE SLIPPED

Friday, February 05, 2016

RECOGNIZE WHEN YOUR THOUGHTS HAVE SLIPPED written by Sylvia Marina

Remember in my previous article I wrote of my eight-day journey ‘seeking clarity’....

I came to understand, the factory or default settings in each of us in terms of our moods and feelings is one of calmness, clarity, confidence, creativity, resilience, self kindness, motivation and peace of mind. These feelings are natural.


The reason we don’t have the experience of calmness, confidence clarity and self-kindness all the time is because of our thinking. Our thoughts allow external stress to influence our thinking.


There comes a moment hopefully, when we see that behind every feeling and emotion there lies a certain thought or series of thoughts – many of which were created in our wonderful world of imagination – but not all, some are external physical, financial, emotional abuse

My little toot, is to be kind to your self.

Emotional pain has a way of consuming a person’s mind, when active it is hard to feel good about yourself when you have an inner wound screaming to be understood and healed. When we don’t feel good about our self it manifests in our health and lifestyle affecting decisions, relationships, career and finances.


Recognize when your thoughts have slipped away from your calm spot and seek help to realign and refocus.


I wish with all my heart that you laugh more, relax more, give more, spend more time with those dear to you and uncover more of the unbelievable awesomeness that is within You.


2016© Sylvia Marina ND., 


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HEALING EMOTIONAL WOUNDS

Sunday, January 10, 2016

HEALING EMOTIONAL WOUNDS

During our intensive three-day weekend seminar, I told the emotional story of seeking to heal what I termed the wounds of the soul.

Many years ago I was going through a couple of confidence shattering years and finally I enrolled in an eight day training program specifically designed for health professionals. During these eight days we were to explore the deepest fear/difficult or challenge we were personally experiencing. 


I have always held a belief that to be successful in career one must firstly be successful in their personal life. I had always given myself the challenge of taking responsibility for my decisions and outcomes but this time in my life was horrified at the cruel blow I had been delivered, not just one but like an earthquake there were continuing emotionally shattering tremors– I became what I termed a wounded soul.

To regain my joy I knew I must heal the ‘wounds of the soul’.
I needed to heal MY bruised soul. I was physically sick and had been for many years, I understood emotional wounds are a contributing factor to why physical healing takes so long or fails to fully heal.
My goal was not to forget the hurtful events and trauma’s that had evolved, I needed to be alert and wary of the patterns of my life and the foolishness I had to forgiveness – I was stupidly forgiving another of what I now understand to be patterns of emotional cruelty. 

I couldn’t see it at the time but now that I have healed those emotional wounds I see in a different way and it is no longer painful to look back upon. The inner rawness that was constantly leaking tears has healed.

In my eight-day journey of ‘seeking clarity’ my first seminar partner was Doris – she didn’t believe in “Soul” so I couldn’t possibly be feeling emotionally bruised therefore could not possibly heal my bruised soul because in her belief I didn’t have a Soul.

Lesson: No matter what the ‘word’ or the ‘belief’ of your client always remember, the session is about the client – in this instance, it was about my life, a life that had been disillusioned, hurt, shocked and splintered. And I was having difficulties putting the bits back together again.

Kindness: I don’t recall his name but I do remember the energy. He knew how to hold a space of kindness whereby inner self-inquiry and clarity began to happen and healing commenced. 

Emotional pain has a way of consuming a person’s mind, when active it is hard to feel good about yourself when you have an inner wound screaming to be understood and healed. When we don’t feel  good about our self it manifests in our health and lifestyle affecting decisions, relationships, career and finances.

I’m forever grateful I made a decision to attend that eight-day program. I learnt from the course authors, I learnt from the patience and kindness of Mr Kindness, I learnt more about myself, I experienced love and support of the other seminar participants AND because of Doris, I became a better person, mother, teacher and practitioner.


2016© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. 

Author of “Getting The Love You Want” in 7 steps.

Founder, Professional Kinesiology Association of WA Inc, International Grief Support Foundation Inc. Sylvia is known for her heart-felt approach to personal development, internationally presenting seminars of value. A published writer, twice awarded one of Perth’s 100 Most Influential in small business, Sylvia has a unique approach to connecting people with their purpose transforming their lives for better.

Sylvia can be reached at +61 (0) 412 198 612 

Email: info@sylviamarina.com          http://www.sylviamarina.com

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ATTAINING CONNECTEDNESS

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

ATTAINING CONNECTEDNESS written by Sylvia Marina ND.

When you believe in yourself others can’t help but ‘connect and believe in you.

What has happened to human connectedness?
Face-to-face acknowledgement and verbal conversation has lessened the outpouring of emotions and connectedness – it’s minimal. 

We’ve “done” New Age! We are presently making brow-furrows as we educate ourselves with Technology Age. Higher intelligence... Greater than technology ... it is imperative we be alert to the Age of Human Connectedness – developing our selves to be the best possible human enjoying and exploring our individual passion, getting the career and relationships which are satisfying and worthy.

Connectedness is crucial to positive metal health, belongingness, our relationships and personal and professional growth. 

A point to relationships and why so many are fragmenting; people have not learnt the art of connecting with their heart and soul. 

In our youth we sought approval, confused as to how the complete model should be, many felt if they had a measure of perfection, approval from their family and their emerging world of social and career would follow. Too often that didn’t happen.

When people are devoid of love and approval they turn to addiction. 


They yearn belongingness and love that satisfies.
They fear feelings of inequality, espousing a ‘need to please’ mode, being overly self sufficient, excessive spending, extreme-giving in an endeavor to compensate for inadequacies or to seek approval.

What they desire is love, love that satisfies their need.

Dissatisfied people become addicted to ‘needing approval’ and spend countless hours seeking approval either directly or indirectly by comparing how they perceive others to be creating and managing relationships, career, business, finances...and exude excessive desire to please and gain approval. 

Approval from outside sources does not give the love we want – seeking approval behavior, becomes an addiction - addicts are never satisfied. 


Do you know, the opposite of addiction is connection? It’s connection people want. 

Stop the conflict of not being good enough and learn how to connect to your inner sanctum gift of ‘self-approval’.

Until we fully love ourselves there will be difficulties in many areas of our life.

2015© SYLVIA MARINA. ND. Author of “Getting The Love You Want” in 7 steps.

Founder, Professional Kinesiology Association of WA Inc, International Grief Support Foundation Inc. Sylvia is known for her heart-felt approach to personal development, internationally presenting seminars of value. A published writer, twice awarded one of Perth’s 100 Most Influential in small business, Sylvia has a unique approach to connecting people with their purpose transforming their lives for better.
Sylvia can be reached at +61 (0) 412 198 612 

Email: info@sylviamarina.com          http://www.sylviamarina.com

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STOP WORRYING

Monday, November 30, 2015

STOP WORRYING…written by Sylvia Marina

Worry is a total waste of time.

It doesn’t change anything.

All is does is steal your joy.

It’s tough, frustrating, sometimes tormenting, those moments and days waiting for results.

The exam results, the infringement notice – you know the speed camera flashed your excess – but exactly how much over the limit... worry, worry... financial pressure, insecurities... the unprepared for pregnancy test, result... the diagnosis...

Worry is that internal uneasiness that happens when we are overly concerned about a problem or situation. The mind goes into overdrive and soon we are into over-thinking, focusing on ‘what might happen’ and distorting reality.

When worrying becomes excessive, it creates high anxiety and can even cause you to be physically ill.

However there is another aspect to worry. Worrying can be helpful when it spurs you to take action and solve a problem.

I have a client who worries excessively. Of the many worries that she carries, one relates to her daughter-in-law, she feels she is not concerned enough.
I happen to know. Daughter-in-law is concerned and her drive is to take action, she is researching, changing family diet and household cleaning products, she is a silent activist in changing all possible contributing factors to the family member health challenge.  

MIL (mother-in-law) is preoccupied with the worst-case scenario. Worry for her has become a problem. 

Constant worry, doubts and fears are paralysing, they sap your emotional energy, cause self doubt, send spiritual practices spiralling, elevate anxiety levels and interfere with your ability to concentrate and efficiently articulate daily your life. Worry occupies your mind and interferes with your ability to be present.

Worry can be helpful when it spurs you to take action and solve a problem. Chronic worrying is a mental habit that can be changed. You can train your brain – this is what MIL (mother-in-law) is doing.

Keep life in perspective. There are times when worry pushes us to research more before making a decision. To ask wise questions and prepare ourselves for the future, the interview, the exam, the proposal! 

When worry, fear or anxiety becomes so irrational you can’t focus on reality or think clearly - it interferes with your daily life, sleep, appetite, digestion, patience, relationships, work performance. 

Uncertainty is part of life. Excessively worrying about uncertainty is debilitating causing cognitive distortion. Cognitive distortions are not based on reality they are a life-long pattern of thinking that has become automatic. 

The good news - it is possible to stop the habit of worry, you must retrain the brain.

2015© Sylvia Marina ND., 


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MANAGE YOUR AGEING STRESS

Monday, October 26, 2015

MANAGE YOUR AGEING STRESS written by Sylvia Marina


As I stand in line at the supermarket waiting my turn to process the cost of my grocery items, just near the checkout I gaze at the many magazines. My mouth begins its salivation process sometimes I have to check that I don’t dribble, as I look at the pictures of the gastronomical delights. Frequently the same cover highlights ‘AGEING’. 


Many of our readers know I’m passionate about ageing gracefully. Age is not to be feared – Age is to be accepted and embraced!

Have you noticed those who mentally resist ageing get the most wrinkles?

I encourage you to love life, manage stress, be sensible and enjoy watching the exquisite character lines that naturally evolve. It is simply natural to get a few crinkles!

In reality, for each of us there are experiences that cause stress and grief and sadness. These inward sorrows do manifest physically.

For those of you who are not well, I wish you a speedy recovery and the support you need to heal. If you are grieving, I offer you my condolences, because I know the pain and anguish of loss. And whilst there is a light- hearted approach at the opening of my note to you today, I have personal experience with grief and the pain of grief and here I give you my little tip.

When emotional sadness overwhelms a reaction for many is to lose your wise-choice appetite, preferring to starve your body or overeat often denying the body good nutrition.

In such times, be kind to yourself. Remember your Telomere’s.


TELOMERE’S what are they?

At the end of a chromosome is a telomere, which acts like a bookend. Telomeres keep chromosomes (a chromosome is a long strand of DNA) protected and prevent them from fusing into rings or binding with other DNA.

Telomeres play an important role in cell division.


Every time our cells divide, the telomeres shrink. When they get short enough, our cells no longer divide and our body stops making those cells. Over time, this leads to aging and death.

When the telomere becomes too short, essential parts of the DNA can be damaged in the replication process. Scientists have noticed that cells stop replicating when telomeres are shorter. In humans, a cell replicates about 50 times before the telomeres become too short. This limit is called the Hayflick limit (after the scientist who discovered it).


Telomeres are sometimes likened to, the ‘seal’ on the end of a shoelace. The purpose of the seal is to stop the lace from unraveling.


Manage Your Ageing


Telomere’s need constantly good nutrition, lots of water, plenty of sleep, exercise, playfulness, rest and oodles of self love.


When life is dark and difficult. In those days and times when it seems too difficult to put your own needs first, remember your telomeres!

They deserve love.


2015© Sylvia Marina ND., 

THE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR SPECIALIST | SPEAKER | AUTHOR 

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EMOTIONAL ABUSE IS ABUSE

Monday, October 05, 2015

EMOTIONAL ABUSE IS ABUSE. Written by Sylvia Marina ND.


I want you to think for a moment... when you do something silly, burn the dinner, forget where you put something, forgot an important appointment even though you had noticed it in your diary earlier in the day...  


What were the exact words you said to yourself?


Were they sweet, forgiving and understanding or did you berate yourself and use words that you wouldn’t articulate to another but it is okay to say emotional cruelties to yourself. 


Please, please, please remember this, Emotional Abuse IS Abuse no matter where it happens from. We don’t usually think about the way we speak to our inner self but there is a constant chatter happening between the brain memory, cells, organs, muscle memories, the conscious and subconscious memory and the hidden ancestral memories.

If any or all of these centres are programmed for silly talk, abusive talk or actions, then when they happen in relationships initially we accept them as normal behaviour.


It is only when the behaviour becomes ‘overwhelm’ that we begin to consider...what started it, or when did all this begin?


What were the possible triggers? Probably it began when we were young and impressionable, sensitive and trying to do and be perfect – often our efforts were not ‘good enough’ for either our-self or those of authority, (parents, siblings, family friends, teachers). If they said we were useless, stupid, and irresponsible and they were the authority, soon we believed them. And here is what I have seen happen, very soon we didn’t wait for someone to tell us we were useless, stupid, and irresponsible, it became so ingrained, we told it to our self.


Many have duplicated this behaviour until they totally believe at a subconscious and cellular level they are unworthy of being loved or loveable. A compounding debilitating factor is often embedded in their DNA code whereby they have an internal drive for financial gain and status and reject intimate relationships for fear of doing wrong again.


Sadly, driven by an inner voice that reminds them constantly of their self worth and wretchedly their internal voice gets louder and louder till it is the only voice they believe.


Many may wonder why I spent years creating the program “Getting The Love You Want” I didn’t want it to be ‘just another program’ I needed to ensure its design actually changed deeply embedded behaviour. Clients were constantly bringing me their tears of anguish, not realising those who were responsible for setting up the pattern of behaviour were often no longer on earth but my clients before seeking my help, were still replaying the actions and deeply ingrained self abusive language. “Getting The Love You Want” workshop has proven to bring change to all who have participated.


Don't settle for emotional abuse thinking it is okay because it is not physical. Emotional Abuse IS Abuse whether from internal or external sources.


You can change. For some it is not easy making change but the lightness that happens within ones purpose and spirit, reflects the joy that happens as we learn and experience the healing depths of learning how to Get The Love and Life You Want.


2015© Sylvia Marina ND., 

THE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR SPECIALIST | SPEAKER | AUTHOR 


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IS YOUR BEHAVIOUR PURE

Sunday, August 09, 2015

IS YOUR BEHAVIOUR PURE _ written by Sylvia Marina  

This week I had reason to recall a recent conversation with a business-person and remembered I had not yet shared it with you.


It may help you to understand on a deeper level why some relationships are difficult.

Here was my message at my business meeting. “Rage fuelled abuse hurled in words or actions is evidence enough to know something is not right.” 

Plus in another division of their business:  “Stark blank silence – people not communicating or only communicating part of the story.” 

This was happening in business but it happens too in personal relationships.

It reminded me of an interesting study. A group of scientists placed 5 monkeys in a cage and in the middle, a ladder with banana’s on top.

Every time a monkey went up the ladder, the scientists soaked the rest of the monkeys with cold water. After a while, every time a monkey went up the ladder, the others beat up the one on the ladder. After some time, no monkey dared to go up the ladder regardless of the temptation. 

Scientists then decided to substitute one of the monkeys. 

The first thing this new monkey did was to go up the ladder. Immediately the other monkeys beat him up. After several beatings, the new member learned not to climb the ladder.

A second monkey was substituted and the same occurred. The first monkey participated on the beating for the second monkey. 

A third, fourth and finally the fifth monkey – all experienced the beating but never knew why.

What was left was a group of 5 monkeys that even though they never received a cold shower of water continued to beat any monkey who attempted to climb the ladder.

It was impossible to ask the monkeys why they would beat up those who attempted to go up the ladder.

I bet their answer would be: I don’t know. That’s just how things are done around here.

This story is not new but the lesson is clear... Don’t follow others behaviour, think before you follow, think before you become part of a negative behaviour pattern.

At the business meeting I began to ask deeper questions, I discovered these behaviours were not recent, it was the reason management was speaking to me – they were searching for strategies on how to change a generation of destructive culture.

Naturally I began to speak of Getting The Love You Want...when people notice another getting the attention they feel should be there’s. If every-time they reach for the reward, affection, recognition! If everyone of those times they are discouraged, quickly an attitude of resistance creeps into the subconscious mind and soon a new behaviour is established - covert initially, then overtime like a virus if silently spreads until the problem seems almost impossible to heal, impossible to change. 

But change can happen if joy and the freedom of true joy and love is to be achieved – it’s not impossible.

Here is my five today tips to stop destructive behaviour.

  • Recognise where you are at 
  • Revisit your values
  • Realign with your values
  • Live intentionally
  • Recognise and applaud change

Focus on who you are now and who you are becoming.

2015© Sylvia Marina ND., 

THE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR SPECIALIST | SPEAKER | AUTHOR 

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INDIFFERENCE & APATHY

Saturday, July 18, 2015

INDIFFERENCE & APATHY written by Sylvia Marina  

Recently I was with a group of people and we were pondering the fourth quadrant, threats, of a business SWOT (strengths, weakness’s, opportunities, threats) analysis.

This analysis is used as a business tool to assess whether a project is viable or whether there are hidden challenges or realities that had not initially been discovered or were new in the business arena. Before commencing projects and at the beginning of each financial year or quarter, it is a valuable exercise.

The above is not my usually beep, but you do know I run business and apathy can sneak in like rust creeping up a down-pipe it silently destroys the purpose for which a project or relationship was created.

In business we need to ensure focus, flexibility and resilience to approach the ever active, “times of change.”

In relationships and day-to-day living do you accept the status quo – current situation, as 'this is a good as it gets' – or must be grateful for small mercies – when was that mantra engrained into your life?

What if “more” was just waiting for you to discover it.

In health, when your internal energy and wellness barometer lacks buzz, vitality and enthusiasm, when sluggishness or pain, lethargy and dispiritedness creeps over your body and you feel less than one hundred percent interest in fully participating in life, most people will intelligently identify the problem, take responsibility and implement steps to return quickly to full energy and wellness.

Is it this simple in relationships?

When energy is not right in your relationships do you take responsibility?

Or when you feel or observe something is not emotionally vibrant, do you sit in apathy hoping something will change?

When we are living in apathy you are compromising your health, your dreams and your potential. You stop positively stimulating your intelligences. In other words, you stop educating yourself. You stop taking responsibility. People hope by some miracle life will just get better.

It doesn’t.

 
Negativity creates indifference and indifference is just one of the emotions that tiptoes and slithers, nit-picks and creeps destroying and stealing the soul of relationships. 

Too frequently the silent behaviour of indifference has its claws into relationships before people realise what is happening and soon indifference has become the new culture, new way of doing and being.

Indifference is sometimes vocal but more often it wordlessly subdues the optimistic dreams of the creative mind, firmly closing emotional doors and destroying what started out as ‘a dream’ relationship.

2015© Sylvia Marina ND., 

THE HUMAN BEHAVIOUR SPECIALIST | SPEAKER | AUTHOR 

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LOVE IN THE BEGINNING

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

LOVE IN THE BEGINNINGwritten by Sylvia Marina

She looked at me through her tear soaked eyes…”Life is such a funny thing”… Her eyes were imploring mine, I felt it deep in my Heart, it twanged, I continued to look at her unable to break away. 

Secretly, I didn’t want to break away, I wanted more, I wanted to be deep in her thoughts and more importantly in her Heart.  Her statement drew me to her it was both confusing and alluring.

In that moment I understood in my own heart what her words were saying.  I don’t know how, but I did.  It wasn’t about the tears nor was it about life humour. (clearly what was being discussed was something very painful) it was a pure moment in our relationship where we understood each other on a deeper level. 

Through our lifetime there are those we feel drawn to develop a relationships. The energy pulsates and we begin to understand there are common heartfelt bonds on understanding – they want to be loved, respected and understood, just like you! 

Have you ever experienced a time when you felt drawn to take a leap of faith? You wanted to open your heart and share your deepest secrets, you were drawn to be honest, but…the right words seemed inadequate and lost.

Many feelings, many moments have no words. Euphoria is one such feeling. You want the elation a moment to continue from one hour to the next. The euphoria of a moment is there for all of us in our relationships.

Remember, we don’t climb the tallest mountains in one step we take the mountain in many steps, many moments. All we must do is make the choice to live our lives moment-by-moment, choice-by-choice.

Through all times, the happy, the easy times and in the complicated and difficult hours... It is important to remember that in our relationships, as you reflect on the euphoria of the love you once had, have you ever desired that experience somewhere else?

Of course you have.

Every relationship has a cycle – and in every relationship there are joys and lessons, great lessons – lessons about love about the self and about the DNA love code that lies within our cells, waiting – waiting to be fully loved and understood.

... extract from my soon to be published book “Promises” to pre-order email info@sylviamarina.com

 2015© Sylvia Marina ND., EXPERT IN HUMAN BEHAVIOUR | SPEAKER 

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FEAR OF RIDICULE

Sunday, June 14, 2015

FEAR OF RIDICULE!

What is it that separates you from everyone else on this planet?

Belle wrote, I never felt good enough, I wasn’t beautiful, extraordinarily gifted, intelligent nor was I remarkable in any way.

  • I didn’t fit the mould
  • I tried to please other people and I didn’t rock the boat
  • I kept my true feelings to myself
  • I didn’t share my beliefs, thoughts or my perspectives on Life with anyone
  • I created a virtual world in my head of how I wanted to be and how I wanted my life to be. 

Deep in my heart I truly wanted a rich life for myself and my future.

Belle’s story is so true and familiar to me as I work with people from all walks of life, individuals and communities yearning, crying reaching out for a world to draw them into the shelter of the universe’s family – which in theory should be a place of safety and belonging? 

That’s not everybody’s experience!

Many are familiar with my story – a childhood where basic needs were barely met, frequently crying myself to sleep hungry.

I came to a place in life when I realized – the adults in my childhood were responsible for my physical hunger, it was many years before I was to learn how to support my emotions, to learn that my happiness does not have to depend on outside influences.

Intellectually we often know this but deep inside how much do you believe?

To be able to express your thoughts, ideas and desires without fear of ridicule. To know it is safe to display your art, apply your voice in word or song, to have your abilities acknowledged or not acknowledged – to know that the times of silence are not necessarily disparaging, instead like spaces between the notes in music – it is the quiet that makes sense of the noise.

It is our thinking and over-reacting that often puts thoughts of dread and criticism into the silent spaces.

A few minutes ago I was sharing a tasty home cooked meal. As we ate few words were spoken, the silence and occasional lip licking Mmm-murmer spoke much louder that words.

When people can share their thoughts, participate in conversation, express and show their talents and/or new idea without fear of ridicule there will be less depression, less suicide, stronger immune system, healthier life-energy, more vibrancy in business, career, relationships, family even dysfunctional family and a deeper sense of belonging and purpose.

It won’t matter that you were dyslexic or didn’t get a university degree – it will be okay to be brilliant and clever and genuine.

What is it that separates us from everyone else on the planet?

I don’t know about you but for me, I discovered it was ME...and once I learnt how to get the love I wanted and needed, I’m now okay with everyone else on the planet and have valuable life lessons that I would love to share with you.
Now, lets work with you. 

www.gettingtheloveyouwant.com.au

 2015© Sylvia Marina ND., EXPERT IN HUMAN BEHAVIOUR | SPEAKER 

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