Here in US it’s time for vacations and “winding down” to better “gear up” for schools, work and if celebrated, Jewish Holidays. We all know this and yet often need to “remind” ourselves to take time away or staycation. Reaffirming long and short term goals every morning while meditating, EFTtapping, havening, exercising is indicated. Also, … More Winding Down and Gearing Up
I’m home now after being hospitalized for several months, first for brown recluse spider bite (that I’m in physical therapy for now consequently to learn how to use my left leg most effectively) and continuing treatment and chemotherapy for acute leukemia. The leukemia may not have been discovered (as I wasn’t feeling sick yet) if … More Resilience
What people are saying about Eileen Lichtenstein Latest Success Stories:Heidi Klewicki, East Meadow NYAssistant Director at a Not For ProfitMarried. Mom of two. I needed help with the communication in our home. I was told I appeared unhappy, miserable or angry. While I didn’t see myself as such I agreed I could be happier. I felt … More Testimonials & Success Stories
“And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” ― Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist Pursue your dreams by following what your heart desires is a constant theme in order to reach your goals. Here are some quotes by the Brazilian author which may be found in the book: “It’s … More “The Alchemist” Reread and Relevant!
Have you ever been curious about tapping, or meditation? Don’t know what either one is? Learn by doing! Break up your day by taking a power hour of self-care with a special collaboration with Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) tapping facilitator Eileen Lichtenstein and a meditation session with facilitator Stephanie Thoma. You’ll walk away from this … More Confidence Meditation + Tapping: Facebook Live With Stephanie Thoma and Eileen Lichtenstein
When there is a “detour”, the goodness of it may be revealed at a much later time…patience and hope/faith needed. We are all in uncertain times and may or may not have the motivation to move forward or the patience needed to cope with the waiting and detours. Here are a few helpful strategies that … More Moving Forward & Detours
Procrastination is often a secondary symptom of an overfull schedule. When we procrastinate it is often self-sabotage towards success. Working through your day’s objectives, you can easily accomplish most of the tasks waiting for your attention today. As you make progress, you can build up momentum that makes moving on to the next duty much … More Stop Self-Sabotage
Sometimes we set goals/expectations for ourselves unrealistically high which may lead to frustration, anxiety and perhaps self-anger for not living up to expectations, instead of positive feelings of achievement and success. When setting goals, try staying realistic, especially about time frames and managing time/energy such as taking exercise and relaxation breaks. Perhaps you’re procrastinating -which … More Realistic Expectations
The title of this blog is what I’m trying to do even though I’ve recently found out we probably won’t see our daughters and grandkids until October!!! They live in London and Madrid. I’m thankful for FaceTime and Zoom!!! I know I must continue to meditate, EFTtap http://www.balanceandpower.com/eft.php walk outside, do floorwork and yoga stretching … More Staying Realistic, Hopeful and Patient in Uncertain Times
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These are trying times with working at home and homeschooling indefinitely in most locations. Communicating effectively can be practiced most easily when one is grounded and centered which may be accomplished by daily exercising, eating well, getting enough sleep. Also recommended is daily meditation (short is fine:), EFTtapping, positive visualizations, smiling, laughing and being grateful … More Communicating Effectively at Home