Advent Calendar – DAY 24: ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS

Advent Calendar – DAY 24: ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS

In Neuro-LingĂĽistic Programming (NLP), any stimulus that automatically sets of an emotional reaction is called an anchor. We are subject to anchors ALL the time. A song that plays in a shop, the foto I chose as a screen saver, the smell of baking in the house, the...
Advent Calendar – DAY 23: THANK YOUR PARENTS

Advent Calendar – DAY 23: THANK YOUR PARENTS

The flow of life is like a river. It comes to us through our parents. If we cut that flow between them and us, we stop receiving from life. Consequently, the more we are in alignment with where we come from, the more we can grow. It’s something I’ve seen...
Advent Calendar – DAY 22: DANCE

Advent Calendar – DAY 22: DANCE

Dancing is a great way to let off some steam. It allows you to focus on the NOW, to be aware of your body and how it feels right now, to enjoy yourself, and the music. It’s a way of exercising without noticing the effort. It’s also a way of connecting...
Advent Calendar – DAY 21: MAKE A WISH

Advent Calendar – DAY 21: MAKE A WISH

Nowadays, children write a letter to Santa, or to the Three Kings – or they tell their parents what they wish for. But what do we do when we grow up, and the things we wish for are less material? What if what we really want has a lot to do with feeling a certain...
Advent Calendar – DAY 20: SURPRISE SOMEONE

Advent Calendar – DAY 20: SURPRISE SOMEONE

Not everybody likes surprises. But surprises can really make us feel special and loved. In fact, when people talk about their long relationships, they will frequently say that there is nothing that can surprise them anymore. And they have a sense of loss, they miss...