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17/11/17 LinkedIn Idea of the Day: Your workplace may attract employees with perks like ping-pong tables and stand-up desks – but those aren’t what will make them happy in the long-run, says best-selling author Bernard Marr.
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“It’s important to have a trusted support network at work just as it is in other areas of your life. The stronger your connection is to those you work with and work for, the more you will want to be generous with your time and talents.”
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FREEDOM event Budapest

Workshops and talks held in Europe to help people to travel and have more freedom & work life balance

Positively impact communities and enhance belonging and connection

✫Special✫Magic✫In✫Living✫Everyday✫

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The real wealth is health

Human epidemiological studies have provided evidence that prenatal and early postnatal environmental factors influence the adult risk of developing various chronic diseases and behavioral disorders


Referred to in this Ted talk on addiction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqhzFd4NUPI

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In The Realm Of Hungry Ghosts book DR GABOR MATÉ draws on cutting-edge science and real-life stories to show that all addictions originate in trauma and emotional loss.

DR GABOR MATÉ - WHY YOU ARE ADDICTED | PART 1/2 | London Real

'We learn the blame game very early in our life. When a child hits a table and gets hurt, the mother instinctively hits the table. This provides solace to the innocent child but he also learns that someone else or something else is responsible for his pain. These patterns need to be changed very early so we learn to take responsibility for whatever we experience in our life. We need to learn that we are ourselves responsible for our choices and their consequences. No blame, total accountability. In Divine Grace, Faith, Love and Light!' - Jyoti Sondhi
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"God bless Sinead O'Connor for being brave enough to take on this role in this lifetime - to show us what unresolved trauma looks like... How it plays out.
Oscillating between Victim (deep fear) and Persecutor (deep anger) - desperately looking for a Rescuer, then turning into a Rescuer (trying to save others like her).
Unresolved trauma eventually manifests in illness (mental or physical), or other life breakdown - relationships, money, accidents.
It is the root of all addiction.
It is the biggest issue on the Planet.
Put simply, if all unresolved trauma was healed there would be Heaven on Earth." ~ Rachel Elnaugh
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Feeling emotions involves deepening and intensifying inwardly. Expressing emotions involves opening and releasing outwardly. The two have usually been confused in early life. Parents and others did not differentiate between feeling and expression by considering that crying was feeling sad, whereas more precisely it was releasing sadness. The difference is not merely pedantic. Clients need to learn to recognize the difference in order to find the way out of the holdings and impasses which comprise the varied forms of emotional repression.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/nature-feelings-richard-harvey?trk=v-feed&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_feed%3BQ2nGVREocIarkdP%2FHXqYQQ%3D%3D

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