Saturday, 17 November 2012

[] Rub Your Stomach Away - BEST WISHES FROM 15,sea glimpse 7 bungalows

Rub Your Stomach Away
Rub Your Stomach Away in 2 Minutes a Day?

Did You Know…… that you can rub your stomach away effortlessly using nothing but your hand — for only 2 minutes a day?

After spending a lovely long weekend at Center Parcs, it was fascinating to observe just how many people seemed to be battling the bulge - especially that bulge around the middle!

I love this simple idea of "rubbing your stomach away in 2 minutes a day" – a good habit to add to your daily routine don't you think?
Dr. Stephen Chang
This may sound hard to believe, but Dr. Stephen Chang, an M.D. and Ph.D. who's trained in both Western and Chinese medicine, states that this simple 2-minute internal exercise, which does not come from Western medicine, but rather from the wisdom of ancient Chinese sages — has been used successfully as a self-healing mechanism for over 6,000 years.

Whatever you do, don't confuse this internal exercise with the external exercises of the Western world, such as sit-ups, crunches and other movements that only firm up the underlying stomach muscles … but do nothing to melt the fat surrounding those muscles.

According to Dr. Chang, losing weight is a simple matter of increasing the efficiency of the digestive system.  If you've ever wondered why you fail to shed pounds even when you reduce your food and/or caloric intake — the reason is because your digestive and eliminatory systems are not functioning efficiently.

The following 2-minute exercise works like a gentle colonic irrigation that helps speed up a sluggish digestive system (which usually carries at least 5 pounds of fecal matter within it), and this elimination of useless sludge has the effect of burning off excess fat.  The exercise effectively metabolizes the fatty tissues around the stomach and intestines, and flushes them out of your body through blood, sweat, urine, and feces.
Here's how to do the stomach-rubbing exercise:
1)  Lie flat on your back on your bed or on the floor.  Take your top off
    or pull it up so that your abdominal area is bare.

2)  Rub your hands together vigorously for about 15 seconds,
    or until they feel hot. Rub Stomach Away

3)  Place one of  your hands directly on your belly button and begin to rub in small
    circles around your belly button, and gradually make the circles larger
    (as shown in the diagram).  Use fairly firm but comfortable pressure and rub
    at a slow, even pace, approximately 1 circle per second.

4)  Concentrate on the heat building up in, around and throughout your stomach.

5)  Do about 40 to 50 circles, or for an approximate duration of 2 minutes or more.

Note:  It is important to keep the abdominal area warm while doing the exercise,
       especially during winter months when even heated indoor air tends to be cool.

For best results, do this routine twice a day for 2 minutes — first thing in the morning (before breakfast) and just before you go to bed.  Most people see noticeable results within 1 week of consistent practice.

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the stomach is the center of energy.  Massaging the stomach in the manner described above therefore accomplishes more than just melting away adipose tissue (fat).  It also …
* stimulates the abdominal organs
* helps speed up slow digestion and remedies constipation
* increases blood circulation in the abdominal area
* helps heal indigestion, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and the adverse
        effects of overeating

Caution:  The stomach massage should not be practiced immediately after a heavy meal.
          Neither is it advisable for women who are pregnant, or have inflammation of
          the uterus, bladder, ovaries and fallopian tubes; and individuals who have
          the following conditions:  hypertension; stones in the gall bladder, kidneys
          or bladder; general, femoral, inguinal and umbilical hernia; bleeding of the
          stomach, lungs or brain; or ulcers of the intestines and stomach.

[] 14 Great Reasons To Get Motivated And Stay Motivated


Why should you bother to spend your valuable time to learn how to get motivated and stay motivated?

Here´s why.

Your quality of life will change dramatically when you take charge of how motivated you feel in any given moment.

Family and friends will respect you more and see you in a whole new light. And deadline frenzy will be a thing of the past.

There are several good reasons to learn the secrets to getting motivated and staying motivated.

What Learning How To Get Motivated And Stay Motivated Can Do For You

1. Earn the respect of your boss and colleagues. As a dependable and productive member of the team people will appreciate you and seek your valuable advice on important matters.

2. Understand what motivates you and enjoy greater success. When you discover your unique motivation blueprint getting ahead will never be a mystery again. You can fire up your motivation engine whenever you choose to.

3. Save money by getting things done on time. You will eliminate those late fees, fines and charges that procrastinators waste their hard earned money on.

4. Enjoy a more harmonious home life. Imagine hearing praise and gratitude for all the little things you get done around the house. You will enjoy a satisfying feeling of accomplishment at the end of each evening.

5. Feel in charge of you life. As you get more done with ease you will have order where you used to have chaos. You will know what you want and feel compelled to move ahead and get it.

6. Start new projects with enthusiasm and stay motivated over time. When you can see things through to completion you will have renewed confidence in your ability to succeed.

7. Stay motivated in the face of challenges and negative people. Setbacks and unsupportive colleagues or friends will make you even more determined when you know how to stay motivated.

8. Avoid the criticism, endless nagging and moaning of those around you. When you easily and effortlessly get things done you give people little reason to criticize you. In fact they are likely to give you more freedom to do things your way.

9. Stop things getting any worse. When you know how to be highly motivated in a matter of seconds, you can turn around situations you have neglected in the past.

10. Develop leadership skills and positively affect those around you. Your drive and enthusiasm will touch everyone you deal with. People will turn to you for leadership and guidance.

11. Eliminate problems while they are small. You will deal with potential problems and concerns sooner rather than later. This habit alone will put you back in control.

12. Put an end to regrets. Become the kind of person who jumps on opportunities. And enjoy the excitement and passion you feel when you are giving 100%.

13. Move ahead quickly in your career. When you can calmly and efficiently get your work done, you position yourself for more responsibility and a higher salary.

14. Feel fantastic about yourself. As a motivated self-starter your self-esteem will soar. You will accomplish much more, have greater success and live a full life.

*** Motivation is an essential life skill and you can discover how to be motivated and stay motivated. ***

Although some lucky people seem to be born highly motivated, if you are of at least average intelligence you can learn how to be motivated. No matter how unmotivated you have been up to now.

The secret to being motivated is to discover the motivation blueprint that is right for you.

About the Author:

Peter Murphy is a peak performance expert. He recently produced a very popular free report, the 5 Step Motivation Report. Apply now because it is available for a limited time only at:

M Junaid Tahir
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[] Criticism - The creativity Killer?


Ideally speaking, Criticism is the act of analyzing someone or something (such as an article, video, book, product service etc) with the intention of improving personnel, product or services. However in the day to day life, you will meet so many people criticizing with the negative intentions. For example they do this to defame, discourage and de-motivate others. So it is usually used in negative sense although criticizing does not necessarily means to find fault. In this article I shall give my comments in two categories. First, when you are being criticized and second when you are criticizing:


1- When you are being criticized:

a) Take it positive. There is a chance that your well wisher has rightly drawn your attention to something for which there is a dire need for improvement. If this is the case, be grateful to the person who helped you identified the aspect of improvement and move towards the corrective actions.

b) There is a chance that the criticism is being done just to depress you. Analyze is carefully. If required, seek advice from some friend or colleague about this negative feedback. If feedback meant to be good, see point-1 else shun it right way not allowing you to disturb your peace of mind.



2- When you are criticizing someone/something:

a) Always remember that negative criticism results in generation of negative energies so try to criticize in a positive and encouraging manager. Do not become the 'full-stop' for someone's creativity.

b) Whenever you are about to criticize; ask yourself whether your intention is to help assist the person or you are just going to spread negativity which will consequently result in corrosion on someone's creative skills.

c) If you really want to criticize someone, do it in an encouraging way. Try to give your comments in multiple groups so that the person understands your feedback and segregate it easily so that he can transform your suggestions in to corrective actions.

d) Remember the fact that the act of complaining is taking criticism to the next level which is even more damaging and dangerous. So try to remain inside the limits of criticism instead of complaints.


Having said that, there are bad mouthed people who are in habit of constant criticism, regardless of their mental comprehension of things. Be aware of them. They are polluting not only themselves but the environment as well and ultimately impacting you, your product, your skills and/or your services. They are spreading negativity.

Closing my article with the famous quote that says "Instead of criticizing others, become the change you wish to see in the world"

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[] The Danger of Self-Justification


All of us – to a greater or lesser extent – have a tendency to justify and rationalize our mistakes. It is part of our mindset that makes us try to flee from criticism and from having to make amends. At the very least, we sometimes try to find an excuse for our errors instead of shouldering the full weight of the blame.

This mindset can surface in all kinds of situations, even in our most private thoughts. It is a mindset bolstered and nourished by emotion, and if it comes to dominate our thinking, we can lose the ability to distinguish right from wrong.

This is because the power of emotional sentiment and self-interest, when coupled with a self-justifying mindset, is persuasive and dangerous. A person with this frame of mind is always ready to cover up his bad deeds or make them seem less onerous than they really are. The person does this at the expense of reason and logic. He ceases to think clearly. He only sees what serves his selfish interests, what absolves him from blame and responsibility.

In his mind, the fault is always someone else's. Worse still, it is never just an innocent mistake. That other person is always deliberately and maliciously in the wrong and without any excuse.

When we let our thoughts take us in this dangerous direction, we cease to be self-critical. Instead of acknowledging our mistakes and resolving to avoid them in the future, we become determined to commit the same mistake again and again.

The most serious problem is a person's ability to justify to himself his deliberate errors and misdeeds. It is possible for a person to convince himself that his worst transgressions and acts of injustice are true and correct. He can reconcile in his mind the most blatant contradictions with far-fetched interpretations that make integrity and deception synonymous terms. He ceases to distinguish his rights from the rights of others, his personal interests from the needs of society.

The self-justifying mind is one of oversimplifications. It is also very dismissive. It plays down the harm that one's bad and selfish deeds causes for other people, for society, and for the environment. When it cannot deny that harm, it always finds a way to rationalize it. By doing so, it belies the basic values and ethics that the person would otherwise be very well aware of and that are essential for the proper functioning of human society.

Turning a blind eye to one's mistakes is an easy way to avoid guilty feelings and a sense of responsibility. However, this means that those mistakes will never be confronted and remedied. They invariably becoming larger, uglier, and more deeply-entrenched over time. Ignoring mistakes or justifying them does not make those mistakes go away. The only way we can make positive changes within ourselves is to be true to ourselves and in our dealings with others.

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[] Non-veg and nutrition


Not only is non-vegetarian food is rich in protein, it is also a feast for our taste buds. But meat also comes with its own set of health concerns and filling ourselves up with non-vegetarian food at every single opportunity may not be an ideal thing to do. 
Non-veg and nutrition
A meat-based diet contains high level of proteins. The amount of protein that can be obtained from a small amount of meat and eggs can only be matched by large amounts of plant-based food with a wide variety. Egg white is a very rich and the most convenient source of protein and is recommended for people who need a protein-based diet, such as athletes and body-builders and also growing children. 
Meat contains Vitamin B12 which is necessary for converting proteins, carbohydrates and fat into energy. It is also a very rich source of nutrients such as Vitamin D, Zinc, calcium and iron. Many children who are raised as vegetarians may not obtain adequate amounts of these nutrients from a plant-based diet. However, most of these nutrients are also present in milk and dairy products. 
Meat also contains essential amino acids that cannot be easily obtained from a plant-based diet. Vegetarians may have to take nutritional supplements in addition to their regular diet to obtain most vitamins and minerals. 
Thanks to its much relished taste, a non-vegetarian diet also has many psychological benefits. It can be a motivating factor to avoid skipping meals and also improves appetite, specially among people who love non-vegetarian food. 
Too much meat?
  • Meat contains cholesterol. Hence, too much meat contains too much cholesterol (LDL or bad cholesterol). LDL increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases, obesity and certain forms of cancer. Cholesterol levels are higher in red meat and hence, non-vegetarians living with conditions or at risk of developing one are advised to prefer white meat and avoid organ meat such as liver and kidney.
  • Processed meat found in the market have high levels of salt and added preservatives.
  • Meat obtained from poultry and farms where animals are fed byproducts could contain toxins and chemical residues which are harmful for health. In fact, chewing or sucking on bones or consuming bone marrow is not advised.
  • Red meat also digests slowly and eating large amounts can cause protein indigestion and digestive discomfort.
  • Excessive consumption of red meat has also been linked to an increased risk of type II Diabetes.
  • Meat-based dishes that are undercooked can contain harmful organisms. Undercooked pork can contain parasites such as round worm and tapeworm. Bacteria such as E.Coli and salmonella are also found in raw and undercooked meat. Eating undercooked poultry was also a cause for the Bird Flu epidemic in recent years.
  • Fast food joints that sell meat-based products such as hamburgers have also contributed to casualties due to food poisoning.
  • Animal fat that is used for frying in many commercial establishments have high levels of bad cholesterols, which again increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases and obesity. 
The middle path
There is no denying that meat and other animal products are a rich source of the many nutrients that our bodies need. At the same time, too much of meat also increases the risk of numerous diseases and conditions. The ideal middle path is, perhaps, moderation. limit your intake of non-vegetarian food to less than three meals per week and avoid over-eating. Also, include more of white meat (poultry and fish) as opposed to red meat. Fresh meat is also less harmful than preserved meat and home cooked meat is always safer than eating out.
Source: Apollo Munich Insurance
Note: In case you need more details and guidence, please consult a Dietitian
Best Regards
Prakash Nair

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