Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The Astronomical Significance of 2012



Astronomy & The 2012 Mayan Calendar
The Astronomical Significance of 2012
Friday, August 20
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For Beyond 50's “Science” talks, listen to an interview with Robert McGown, renowned physicist and astronomer. He will discuss about the astronomical significance of 2012 as related to the Mayans, constellations, and the transit of Venus. Venus was an important planet to the Mayan culture, as well as many other cultures around the world. Robert will be leading a Venus transit expedition and will discuss this exciting event which will not happen for another 122 years. It's an event you won't want to miss.

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Fat Person on BenchLighten Up! Train Your Brain to Slim Your Body
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Holly Stokes of Expanding Potentials. She'll show you how to create a mental shift that can release the fat and slim you down. Willpower alone is not enough. Getting to the "root" of the problem means addressing the old thinking and emotional patterns.

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An Exercise to Try:
Transform Cravings & Addictions

Addictions

Beyond 50 encourages you to try an exercise called Parts Integration. Taught by Holly Stokes, she is an NLP (Neuro-Linguistics Programming) practitioner and the author of "Lighten Up! Train Your Brain to Slim Your Body."

Step 1: Set Up. Holding your hands out in front of you as if you are ready to receive a gift (your feet should be flat on the floor, your elbows at right angles and your hands should be about 8 inches or so above your knees). If you could package up the problem and put it into one hand or the other, just notice which hand does it seem to fit with best? Let that hand represent the "problem." (Note: If you find one hand doesn't connect with the problem more than the other, just imagine packaging it up and putting it into the one hand.)

Step 2: Compare. Now, turning your attention to the other hand, notice what you experience there by contrast at the same time. (If one hand represents the problem, what does this hand represent? You may notice pictures, words, feelings, sensations, just notice.)

Step 3: Positive Intention. Turning your attention back to the hand that holds the problem, ask the part in charge of the behavior, "What is it trying to get for you?" (What is the positive intention behind the behavior?) Often the first response that pops into your head is from your unconscious mind, there may also be more than one answer. Usually the answer is a sense of something. If you get a tangible response, for example, money, ask yourself: What does that represent for you?

Step 4: Redirect. Now ask yourself, What would be a better way of connecting with that feeling?

Step 5: New Job Agreement. Now ask the part in charge of the old behavior, Would it be willing to be in charge of the new focus?

Step 6: Positive Intention. Turning your attention to the other hand, ask that part, What does it represent? What does it want for you? (You will find these higher intentions will match up if you keep asking the question, What will that get for you?)

Step 7: Acnowledge and Appreciate. Now, turn your attention to the part that holds the problem, ask yourself, What can this part (the part that holds the problem) appreciate about what the other hand is trying to do for you? Get an answer.

Now, turning your attention back to the other hand ask yourself, What can this hand appreciate about what the other hand is trying to do for you?

Now ask yourself, How does each part feel now that it is recognized and appreciated"

Step 8: Align to Your Outcome. Turn your attention to the positive future that you are now creating, see it out in front of you. What does that look like for you? Now ask yourself, How can both of these part work together to create that positive future?

Step 9: Integration. Your conscious job is to be a passive observer, just notice what comes to mind, thoughts, pictures, images, etc. Say this phrase out loud, "I ask my unconscious mind to begin moving my hands together, but only as quickly as it is able to integrate these parts at all the right levels, all the right ages and place sof me, as they are creating harmony and alignment with the positive future I am even now creating."

as your hands are moving together, you might notice resistance, which indicates an objection.

If you notice reisistance from either of these perspectives, address the objection in a positive way until you feel your hands drawing together and allow your fingers to interlace. Let the movement happen naturally, typically the hands will move together slowly and may take as much as 20 minutes. As your hands come together, you should have a positive feeling of well-being.

Step 10: Acknowledge the Integration. Bring your hands to your heart, and take in a deep breath, as you allow these changes to be integrated at all the right places, all the right levels, all the right ages of you. Taking all the time you need in the next few minutes and seconds until it feels complete.

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