This is a continuation of my self efficacy series. It also touches on PERCEPTION RECEPTION, from my last post.
Mirror? Opinions of those we trust? Distrust? The scale? An article of clothing? Our five senses? It is indeed all of these, even if we don’t realize it. Now, this is not an indictment of how we see ourselves. It is a “bringing to attention.”
If we look to the horizon on a body of water, that is our perception. The setting sun sinking into the water. Yet we soon outgrow that, once a parent or teacher tells explains what’s really happening. Our eyes continue to testify to something different. Yet if we were to swim out to try & touch this setting sun, it would be elusive. Why? It is a perception not based in reality. It is a vibratory interpretation–a mix of light & color being bounced, reflected & refracted to & through our eyes.
Think about this phenomenon as you make your way through your day. How you see yourself, interpreted by the lens of what the world reflects & refracts back to you, may need a little alteration. It is not meant to provide you with excuse or exoneration. Nor is it meant for you to trust or distrust critiques or praise given to you. What is it meant for? That’s a good question. And the answer for me at least, is to THINK.
Some of this will be part of my podcast series on SELF EFFICACY.
All for now. Keep up and keep at it.
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So here we are again. A few degrees on the thermometer, and many of you are trying to wiggle your way into a swimsuit or a pair of shorts. Why?
Is this a right of passage for a change in seasons? It shouldn’t be, but for women, it often is. But really IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE; and not just in seasons.
I’ve often wondered, what keeps people from asking for help? Fear of being perceived as a failure? If it’s securing a personal trainer’s help, fear of how hard you will be asked to work? Money? Time? Commitment?
As a nurse, I’ve seen people at their worst; and not just physically. That part is often more fixable. Sometimes it isn’t, if we’re talking what’s thought of as a chronic condition. But even then, chronic doesn’t mean daily. And it doesn’t mean the condition isn’t amenable to change. That being said, if you are struggling, what keeps you from asking for help? This is where I need your help.
Tell me your fears are if you are struggling with a sense of what nutrition, or incorporating more activity into your life means to you. I’d also like to hear from you if you just finished physical therapy or cardiac rehab, and want a little more supervised exercise.
A change of seasons needn’t only refer to weather conditions. Seasons can also herald replacing old attitudes & behaviors with newer fresher ones. And finding out how to do this, can start here & now.
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