As we continue to begin building a Family Legacy of Financial Wellness, and continuing the definition and meaning of ENERGY, Resilience is a treasured holistic characteristic.
Youthful ENERGY is maintained in Resilience. It represents the quality of ENERGY in a holistic way more than food and exercise. Deepak Chopra has spoken of ENERGY at birth being used 70% to build the brain, and he has also coined the word BodyMind. At birth, the body knows where the ENERGY has to go while as we grow and mature we need to be able to organize our ENERGY throughout our BodyMind. The secret to successfully organizing ENERGY lies in Resilience, the ability to dynamically be flexible, to bounce back mentally as well as physically and emotionally.
Two extreme needs for Resilience are Sleep and Reducing Stress. Sleep and Stress can impact the quality of ENERGY. Period. These two factors increase or decrease the quality of ENERGY. In both areas, making positive choices over negative choices in all things are crucial to Resilience and to quality ENERGY.
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Without Eternal Resilience, where would Planet Earth be today more than 14 billion years after the Big Bang?
In today’s realistic concern with climate change, there is much discussion about preparing for new levels of resilience, becoming ready and responsive to this planetary occurrence. This past week, I spent two days at the Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Annual Summit where this was a topic of much discussion and planned local “action”.
Earth is quite old, and with any aging process, there are changes that have come about. But still, Planet Earth manages to be resilient and to keep on going. We are all a part of Planet Earth, and we, too, prepare in many ways for the changes that we experience throughout our life. We prepare for the events that we can prepare for; however, in ways similar to climate change, while we know some of the things that are headed our way, many times our resilience is tested by the things we cannot foresee.
This is where resilience helps. What we cannot foresee is often the hardest to deal with in our money relationship. There are ways to become more aware of preparing with money in a resilient way. Let’s just go through a simple list, and we can talk more about each of these in the coming days:
1. Choose to be a survivor.
2. Know that setbacks are temporary.
3. Leave the “Uh Oh” Thinking in your past.
4. Practice Self-Care.
5. Allow others into your life.
Seriously, just ponder on these 5 thoughts for today…then we will continue with you on a path to resilience with your money!
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