5 Rules For The Management Of Pain And Loss

1. Do not let your thoughts turn into action without the full consent. The negative thoughts to intrude into the most experience of loss. We tend to remember what we lose, and forward all the real and imaginary obstacles that must be addressed. This is done by a climate of fear and confusion that maximizes our concern. Then the universal law of entry into force: what we focus on expands. In this case, fear is growing, and the obstacles seem insurmountable. There is nothing wrong with the fear of facing the new and this is the way to deal with it. 

Full consent always involves considerations. Reflection means a reasoned dialogue and thinking. Often you trust to share concerns and seek feedback on your thoughts. Let fear, guilt, or loneliness. Not easy to do, but the results will be essential to make the right choices and defusing limiting beliefs and fears. Do the right thing will take courage you can muster with the help of his friends. Use them with humility. 

2 Be open to new ideas, assumptions and beliefs. Loss challenges our beliefs about life and death. Grief is a time of reassessment of how we have learned that life is as a rule must be challenged. There is more to his mystique as our smaller version. For most, there is much to learn, especially how to accept impermanence.Big, 

Big, life-changing events are often due to examine our values ??and to put things in perspective. Control beliefs also brings a new meaning to the loss and re-investment in life easier. In fact, the loss of a great master of the importance of relationships, humility and gratitude. 

3. Allow failure is considered a normal part of a good response. Accept failure as a learning tool always creates success. After having been used for centuries, it is also true in response to the loss as it was with some of the great inventions. 

Be aware that we are programmed to expect an immediate success soon, or that we are up to the task. Analysis, we make mistakes, and take steps to resolve it, is the way forward. See the fault when the friend in mourning, as part of your upbringing and the loss of life. 

4. Start as soon as possible. The loss and the emotions that accompany it are powerful forces of isolation. Isolation barrier over your ability to adapt and accept the new conditions. Everyone needs a variety of connections, which are vital infallible. To do this: strengthening the bonds of faith, friends, work, and mission, as it is essential to reinvest in the life and development of new routines. 

New routines are an absolute necessity due to the absence of our loved one. Do these new routines in the new habits, which is an important key to respond well. 

5. Cultivate solitude on a regular basis. Make time each day for you. This is as important as building your circle of relationships. This is a positive state of comfort while principal, increased spirituality and creative adaptation to their great loss. 

Find a place to enjoy being alone, a particular room in your home, an area in a park, beach, or the natural setting. Give yourself permission to take a break or mourn listening to soft music. Take a walk by himself. Meditate. Meditation reduces stress and increase your energy level. Give a talk. What is best for you. 

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