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You have a lot of habits. Above all, habits of how you deal with YOURSELF. Habits are patterns.
Fed in the subconscious, these programs run constantly, ..............
It is simply not enough to decide that tomorrow, when I get up, I love myself....
You will certainly have experiences with it , from the past , which are not so conducive , for your self-love and have become habits .
The good thing about habits is can change any habit, above all, with conscious attention to the habits and with willpower.
How do you talk to yourself ?
What kind of words do you use ? Are they "constructive" or rather "negative"?
When something doesn't work out, do you say to yourself, for example....
"Bohh, I'm stupid" ?????
In what tone of voice do you speak to yourself?
Hard and demanding ? Or soft and understanding ?
What focus do you put on yourself?
Are you resentful towards yourself? Do you keep looking at the mistakes you have made? Can you not let go of these "mistakes", can you not forgive yourself?
Or do you manage to look at the "mistake" , learn from it , and then mercilessly focus on the positive things that make you you ?
EVERYONE has strengths, why don't you focus on them, but always on your mistakes?
Whenever you change something in your habits by consciously looking, and if it is in small steps, you will change your habits.
You just have to stick to it ... 100 X 1 % also results in a 100 % change of habit. 
Self-love arises from how you treat yourself. 
It must be practiced every day, new ......
It comes from how you treat yourself every day. 1.
1. speak well and benevolently to yourself (even when you make mistakes).
2. take care of your body, take care of it
3. find and live your dreams.
4. accept ALL feelings.
5. praise yourself regularly.
6. accept ALL thoughts.
7. really look at yourself in the mirror every day.
8. treat yourself to happiness and success from your heart.
9. stand up for yourself, even in hard times.
10. listen to your body and get to know it better.
11. accept challenges - trust YOURSELF more.
12. show gratitude.
13. be your best friend.
14. accept your body.
15. be honest with yourself.
16. treat yourself with consideration and devotion every day.
17. be the most important person in your life.
Last but not least, develop your own methods of treating yourself well.
Habits, should always stand for what they are ...
Habits should lead us through the day easier !
Does self-judgment lead us easier through the day ?
Do we feel better afterwards ? Do we master our day better ?
On the one hand we want to change our life, on the other hand we are convinced that we don't deserve it,
that we don't deserve all this (due to lack of self-love).
It is a paradox. ,

Wake up! Every person deserves to love himself. Everyone.
You too!

Practice self-love instead of thinking about it!
If you treat yourself well, even if it may feel a little weird at first, you can really connect with yourself.
You can get to know yourself ................. and more importantly, you can learn to feel yourself.
You show yourself in no uncertain terms how much you like yourself.
Every day.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do you regularly perform mindfulness exercises to strengthen your connection to yourself?
With every small action in this direction, we do ourselves good and send unmistakable signals to ourselves .
Would someone who loves himself shy away from challenges?
He would not.
He would not be afraid of them. He is naturally more willing to take risks and therefore more successful. Why?
Because he doesn't beat himself up for any failures or mistakes on his part. Because he doesn't let all that stuff determine how much value he has.
Also, he is rock solidly convinced that he deserves happiness and success. That's why he goes out into the world, and strives for it.
That's why we can put the cart before the horse and face challenges. Because that's what a self-loving person would do.
Now it's your turn. 
How will you ever know that you are enough, that mistakes in fact say nothing about your worth, if you've never experienced it firsthand?
So shoo, out you go. Only in the heat of the moment, only in real life can you learn not to judge yourself. Even 100 years of brooding in your seemingly safe comfort zone won't do you any good. 


I believe that today only very few people really develop a healthy and loving relationship with their body from childhood.
And I am by far not only talking about outward appearances.
What makes you visible, experienceable, tradable in this world?
That's right, your body.
How the hell are you going to love yourself if you don't even know this part , your home and house , your temple ?
Something you don't know, you can't love.
When was the last time you really felt inside yourself?
When did you take the time to really go into your body, to appreciate it and to get in contact with it?
When was the last time you put all the babble and chatter in your head aside and paid attention to what your body was telling you?
The last time you felt really self-loving and energized, was the feeling more in your head, or more in your body?
I bet it was 90% in the body. It's also often the case that these good feelings flatten out extremely when the head gets too involved again
and separates you from the body out of habit.
Love is a feeling ... Self-love is a feeling ,
You don't feel feelings with your head !
It is not selfish to treat yourself exactly as you treat another person .
Love your neighbor as yourself...
Do you do what you do to yourself to your neighbor?

(Text Sigrid)

Self-love or 
Appreciation of who you are.

i love myself neu

The relationship with oneself is often disturbed and thus prevents a fulfilling life. 
A negative self-image, i.e. self-deprecation, easily leads to overexposure and thus to a negative way of looking at one's own life and/or even the whole world. 
Depression is then a frequently observed consequence of such a development.
Others then punish themselves by renunciation or even self-sacrifice, a strategy of self-sabotage, and thus miss out on the joys and love of life,

Through imprints in childhood and adolescence, by parents. Teachers and environment, the self-image is formed and parallel to this, the relationship with oneself develops.

However, the responsibility for this does not lie on the outside, even if one likes to blame a bad childhood and upbringing.
Unreflectively adopted beliefs can be checked at the latest in adulthood and replaced if necessary. 

Condemnations or even condemnations by others only say something about the self-image of others and their standards, but nothing about oneself. 
Even insults only affect us if they have a true core in ourselves. It hits us what hits us. 
Our fellow men mirror us, as we mirror them. They are thought-provoking impulses, .......... how we deal with them is our choice!

Self-deprecation, self-sabotage prevent us from self-love. 
All obstacles are strategies of fear. However, this can only have its effect on attitudes and decisions towards and for life if there is a lack of love.
Lack of love, especially self-love, is then often the cause of " suffering " in life .

Self-love is the prerequisite to be able to love others and others and thus lead to a positive, friendly and open-minded view of life. 
Everything that we do not love or appreciate about ourselves, we project onto others.

These are our "shadows" that we want to hide from others at all costs. 
We recognize these shadows best by what we find fault with others. It is usually exactly what we do not allow ourselves, what we cannot forgive ourselves. We project our supposed "faults" onto others, we see them there because we don't want to see them in ourselves. Often enough, these are assumptions or even insinuations that have no basis in fact.

This is the starting point for more self-love. If we uncover our shadows - the unloved parts of ourselves - recognize the causes for them, and are able to throw the old beliefs about ourselves overboard and accept ourselves as we are, then we work on our self-love. When we can do that, our perspective towards others changes as well.

We can then forgive them , accept them as they are, aware that we ourselves and also all others are just variations of the whole, not better and not worse, just different.

This awareness requires a decision against the automaticity of our human mind. This is where - as I see it - the soul "comes into play". Mind, as perfect as it seems to be to us, is nevertheless limited.

A few sentences to the mind ! 


The mind is the tool of duality.
For this it is extremely useful. It works like a computer, can compare at lightning speed and evaluate ...... better or worse.
This happens for the most part unconsciously.

This is how our body works and stays alive.

However, its standards and comparison possibilities are based on experiences, which in turn have only been evaluated on the basis of previous experiences.
These are often not our own experiences, but the equally adopted experiences of our parents , fellow human beings and society in general , which we find and adopt in secular laws and rules but also in our religions. 
We believe them as if they were the truth.

They correspond to the rules in the program of a computer.

The mind, our rational thinking ability, does not know feelings.
It is only able to rationally interpret the feelings it receives through its sensors.

The mind filters and sorts our perceptions fully automatically.
Only a fraction of its insights penetrates our consciousness. We see only the small section on which it focuses, based on our willful thoughts. If we observe our thoughts, we can decide whether we want to hold on to them or let them go. In this way, we are in control of our lives and not the automatic system of the mind, which so often presents us with a jumble of thoughts and does not allow us to rest.

The mind dominates our self-image It is responsible for our "false" self-image, but only if we allow it. 
We as a soul can decide if and when we let our behavior be decided by the mind from the subconscious or by our real self.
It is a volitional decision.

The "cooperation" with the unlimited soul often confuses the mind, which is programmed for life support. This manifests itself in inner struggles with effects on the psyche when we do not clearly decide who " has the SAY " . THIS must be practiced !

The mind "knows" only the ego-consciousness, or as I call it " the false personality."

It can certainly process enormous amounts of data, instinctively and spontaneously control the body in case of danger or give recommendations for action in our thoughts, but we, as soul, can decide if and when we want to follow it or not.

Bang ! Close the door !

The mind is not creative. The creative power has its source in ALL - WHAT - IS , of which we are a fragment. We are co-creators of our reality. When we discover our soul consciousness, we have woken up from the state of sleepwalking to which our mind always wants to tempt us with the help of its beliefs.

Man, in the consciousness of the soul, is able to ignore the thoughts of the mind and replace them with thoughts of the heart. 
"I may have fear that wants to hinder me, but I choose love and I am free."

Self-love needs precisely this willful decision to have its effect.

The clutter of our mind, the self-doubt and fears of not being good enough...... created by its constant, automatic comparisons, lead either to devaluation or also to an elevation not only of our self-image but .... ..... also our image of others. 
What we then feel as effects are fear..... Hate.... Resistance........ Struggle and confrontation.

Whether professor or unskilled worker..... Child or grandma/grandpa .....Man or woman, , yes even human or animal,............ we are ALL from the same origin and all here to experience.

Self-love is appreciation, respect, goodwill and recognition towards oneself, regardless of ego, no matter where one stands and what one wants to achieve.

Some things don't work out right away. 
However, we can always approach it anew. 
There is no reason for own devaluation or self-punishment. Reward for what we have already achieved is a sign of self-love and appreciation. 
The comparison with oneself, how have I developed in the course of my time on earth, is the only meaningful comparison.
We are here, make the most different experiences and learn from it. Every experience counts, so let's be lenient with ourselves if we come to some insights late in life.

With self-love, we do not judge ourselves according to any criteria, but see the whole picture, beyond the body.
With this awareness we meet ourselves and also all others at eye level.

" I greet you , I see you . You are OK and I am OK " is the nonverbal greeting between two souls.
An inner smile, which then also shows itself on the outside, supports this message. 
A hand extended or a hug are another, physical expression of the soul connection. 
This consciousness also develops in the body, if we allow it. 
This is how it works.

It is our choice! 
(Text Sigrid)


How does a placebo work? And how does a nocebo?


Most people will have heard the term placebo before. It usually refers to a drug without an active ingredient and is often used in pharmaceutical
often used in studies by the pharmaceutical industry to prove the effectiveness of their products.

In practice, placebos are hardly ever used, because the ingredients of every drug have to be declared.
and thus everyone would notice the "swindle" immediately.

Yet other studies show the effectiveness of placebos very clearly. Many of these placebos show their effect, also including the expected side effects of the "drug".
of the "drug", even if no active ingredient is included.

Of course, this works best when both practitioner and patient believe in the effectiveness, but even when patients know
that it is a placebo it can work. The reason is that while the mind knows it, the subconscious is convinced of its efficacy.

Interestingly, in studies on vaccinations, only the actual vaccine is omitted from the "placebos", not the adjuvants, the additives such as mercury,
aluminum, etc., which serve as vaccine boosters. Thus one can divert from the vaccination damage caused by these additives,
because they also occur with "placebos" and therefore have nothing to do with the vaccination.

But what is actually with the "Nocebos"? "Placebo" means: "I help", "Nocebo" means "I harm".

This is when the person believes that something will harm them, then it does.

For example, once a truck driver accidentally locked himself in his refrigerated trailer, he had gone back in there in the evening and the door slammed shut.
The next morning he was found frozen to death. The refrigeration unit was not switched on and the temperature in the trailer was always above 10 degrees.
But the driver apparently didn't know it.

Very extreme? Can be

If you hypnotize someone and then put a normal-temperature coin on his hand, saying that it is very hot, he will not only feel the pain,
but also physical reactions such as reddening of the skin or even a blister.

Still extreme?

A person goes to the doctor and is diagnosed as having a lump, possibly malignant, and he would have 6 months to live. What happens to him?
Now, in the panic, what does the fear do to him? With his immune system? And what happens in 6 months if he believes the doctor?

Another person comes to the doctor, is told that his heart is not as strong as it used to be and is told: "But you won't grow old with it". What happens to him?

During an operation some negative statements about the patient's state of health are made. The conscious and awake mind is switched off by the anesthesia,
but the subconscious mind is still fully receptive. What happens to these statements that become the subconscious belief of the patient? How does he react?

The last three cases happen tens of times every day in every hospital. They are everyday occurrences because there is no awareness of them in almost everyone.

What could be the key to healing, if used, becomes a trap.

And now the question: "What is the effect of this global scaremongering?"

People running around with their eyes widened in panic behind their masks, barely able to breathe,
growing their own bacteria and fungus cultures in the masks,
and walk around in constant fear.

What happens to these people in their constant fear?

What does fear do to the immune system?

One can think about it.


Nocebo in pandemic


The term placebo is now familiar to many. In medicine, it refers to a drug without an active ingredient and is officially used only in trials,
to test the effectiveness of drugs against a supposedly ineffective drug.

Why do I write officially? Because the procedures in medicine alone are placebos. If the patient is confronted with people in scrubs who demonstratively still have the stethoscope
in the pocket, most people believe in the authority of the wearer. The entire environment also radiates medical competence, so that it is often almost equally
valid what the doctor then applies as a method.

Outside of tests no placebos can be used, because the patient must be truthfully informed what is in the drug, this is so prescribed.

But what do nocebos do? Exactly the same, only in the other direction. While a placebo (lat. I use) can cause something positive,
a nocebo (lat. I harm) causes a rather undesirable condition.

Example 1: A woman has to go to the hospital every now and then for an examination because she has had a narrowing of a heart valve since childhood. Once the head physician
once during the visit and tells his entourage that this is a classic case of "TS". The woman believes that "TS" stands for "terminal situation",
which means she's about to die. Soon she can hardly breathe, fluid is collecting in her lungs. Even a resident doctor can't convince her,
TS is the abbreviation for tricuspid valve stenosis, the technical term for her disease. The alarmed chief physician returns to the patient a few hours later to explain the misunderstanding to her again in person - but by then she is already dead, dead of water lung.

Example 2: A truck driver enters his refrigerated trailer, the door slams shut, the driver is trapped and cannot free himself. As a result, the driver is found
found frozen to death the next morning. What the man did not consider in his panic was the fact that the refrigeration unit had not been switched on at all
and the temperature was never in the critical range.

Why am I writing this? I am thinking of the current widespread fear among the population, people walking around outdoors alone with masks on, people spraying everything with
disinfectants on everything they can see.

And then I wonder how this "pandemic" would have gone without the scare tactics. I also mean, how it would have gone if there weren't so many people believing,
that there was a deadly virus out there trying to kill us all.

The other day I saw a piece where Amish people in the US were asked about the pandemic. These are people who are very devout, reject everything modern and live as they did
live like they did 100 years ago. They didn't notice anything about it, neither more nor less died than usual and if someone is ill,
they don't go to the hospital, but are nursed back to health at home. Almost no one has been vaccinated, because they don't trust the government or the hospitals.

The situation is similar in large parts of Africa, although hardly anyone there wants to be vaccinated. They have probably had bad experiences with the pharmaceutical industry.

One can think about it.


Fear and its consequences


Imagine the situation that you are on a hike through fields and meadows and now just take the shortcut across a larger pasture.
You have successfully overcome the fence and are just in the middle of the pasture as Hugo, this magnificent bull and pride of the farmer,
spies you and finds your red shirt very remarkable. Why this color makes Hugo angry and move towards you, we don't know.
We can only imagine that you are not inclined to philosophize about it at that moment. Also your consideration to calculate the distance to the star Betageuze with the help of the Lord Pythagoras is abruptly interrupted.

Seriously, in such a situation the body stops everything that is not directly necessary for survival. That is the digestion, that is unimportant at the moment,
that is the immune system, that can take care of itself later, and even thinking stops.

Because thinking is counterproductive in this situation, if you think, you are too slow. There are automatic programs running,
that help you to go full throttle and reach the end of the pasture before Hugo.

Why am I telling you this? We are in a scary situation right now. The enemy is much smaller, not a bull, but a virus,
which allegedly wants to kill you.

Why allegedly?

It is not only that many renowned doctors and scientists report that this virus is less dangerous than the flu that occurs every year,
but they can tell you a lot of things.

After all, almost all the news says just the opposite, a danger of gigantic proportions is threatening us right now.

And although the media bring out one terrible news item after another, let's pause for a moment and look for the facts.
I had already done this for another text on this homepage and used official figures from both the UN, who keep real-time statistics,
as well as the Federal Statistical Office.

The result is that we currently have fewer deaths than the statistics would suggest.
And this applies to all the countries I checked, such as Germany, Italy, China, the USA and others.

For Germany, you can also compare it with the data from the Federal Statistical Office database.

And once the fear is over, you can also think again and ask yourself what this is really about.

We should always be aware that we shape our reality with our thinking.

And always ask ourselves if we want to think what we are told to think or what serves us.

And in this current case, think about whether the measures might make sense for other reasons.

In addition to fear, it is always emotional consternation that we are confronted with and that should guide our thoughts.
After all, emotional consternation and compassion is what makes us human.

But as I pointed out in another post, psychopaths don't know this feeling and that's where the problem arises.

Because most people can't imagine how icily psychopaths act to their advantage, showing neither remorse nor compassion.

And this is exactly the reason why many manipulations take place so subtly and effectively.

Think about it.