Thursday, July 26, 2012

6 Simple Ways to Sleep Well

Nowadays, most people are complaining the difficulty in falling asleep at night. Some complain of the drop off to sleep for a few minutes, and then they awaken longer before they go to bed. Others they can’t sleep immediately- they take hours to fall in asleep after retiring.

So I am going to show you some natural methods recommended by experts and can lead you to sleep well and quiet. At first you have to read and understand the required.

1-Stand on one leg

Try to stand on one leg for 30 seconds-such a movement seems strange but useful. When you focus your attention on keeping your balance, your brain also will put all of its function aside and focus on this movement, and the result is that your mind will be more relaxed. So once you lie on your bed, you will sleep so fast.

2- Eat Calcium  
Researchers have found that calcium helps to relax the nervous system. And it helps sleep fast at 50% as well as make you sleep deeply. Dairy products are very rich of calcium. So take a cup of warm milk before you go to bed to get restful night’s sleep.

3-stop breathing


Once you lie on the bed, take a deep breath and hold it for 10 seconds, and repeat it many times. Many studies have proved that this way reduces the activity of brain waves, and make them reach to the stages that usually occur in the early stages before going to bed.

4- Massage feet

When you just pressure on the soles of your toes for 30 seconds, it help you enter into the stage of sleep quickly.  It’s because the soles of the toes is linked directly with the brain therefore affect sleep. You can massage the sole of your feet with sesame oil as the best one to nourish the nervous system before bedtime to get a peaceful night’s sleep. It’s up to you whether you wash the oil off or wear a pair of socks.
5- Blue color

Studies have shown that blue color can reduce sleep disturbance and increase a state of stable which enables fast sleep. So repaint your room with blue color, use blue light or make your bed blue.

6-The smell of perfume

Studies have been made at Wheeling Jesuit University about the pleasant scent of jasmine and found that the scent of jasmine helps patients to have good and peaceful sleep at night compared to others odors (lavender). Not only this but also it makes those who infuse with a faint jasmine scent feel more actively during the day.  

 These ways are very easy and simple so I hope they help you sleep very well.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

The 5 principles of manifesting wealth

Many people believe that manifesting money is a big issue. Many studies approve that luck, education  , or intelligence are not the way to wealth. Once you understand the successful principles of accumulating wealth and how you can make them to work for you, you will step on the way of building wealth and creating financial independence you desire. And that is exactly what wealthy people do. I think, NOW, is your time to become wealthy. So, I would like to share with you the 5 principles from the book “The 5 Lessons A Millionaire Taught Me “.
The 5 principles are the gate to change your life dramatically .These principles are very easy and will not coast you anything. Just change the way you deal with money and the way you think about it.
The 5 principles are:
Principle 1: Decide To Be Wealthy
 Make a decision today to be wealthy. Write down this goal, and either pin it on your board or carry the paper with you at all times. Take a look at your goal every day: 'Today, I decide to be wealthy.'

Your conscious decision to make a choice is the beginning of all your journeys. The moment you make a decision, your consciousness will automatically start working on the solution to create that reality.
Principle 2: Take Responsibility for Your Money
If you don't control your money, your money will control you! Controlling your money simply means that you need to know how much money you have, where you spend it and where it comes from. Take a piece of paper and write these three items down as precisely as possible.

Make this list as detailed as you can. Get a feeling of what your money is doing. The entire point of this exercise is to make your money work for you (you control your money)—and not the opposite (your money controls you).
Principle 3: Keep a Portion of Everything You Earn
Wealthy people pay themselves first, and then pay the bills! From time to time you hear stories about celebrities going bankrupt or having to wait tables. What happened? They obviously never saved a portion of their income and put it aside. If they had, they would still be wealthy.

Take at least 10% of your income every month and put it aside. Never ever touch this money for anything other than for investment purposes to make this money work for you. Don't kill the goose that lays the golden eggs.
Principle 4: Win In the Margins
Always strive to improve your income and watch your costs. Reduce the money you spend. Do you really need that electric sock dispenser? Drive a more economical car and move into a smaller house with less expensive rent or mortgage. Replace the common belief that consuming for its own sake is a necessary part of your life with something that is more balanced.

Accumulating possessions will not make you happy! More stuff reduces your free attention, and you’ll have less attention left to focus on building your wealth.
Principle 5: Give Back
Would you like to live in a society where everybody has more than enough, where everybody is mostly focused on helping and supporting others? I bet you would. If everybody focuses only on themselves, our society would soon starve to death and be split into winners and losers.

If everybody focuses on giving back and on contributing to a better society, we would all have more than enough happiness. Peace and abundance would be the common ground.

Understand that we are not truly separate from one another; we are all dependant on each other, and the world around us. The very things we all need the most—like fresh air, healthy food and loving hearts—are the things we most depend on from others and the world itself. The more we understand that this is a cooperative process and not an individual, separate one, the more we will reap the benefits from it.