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7 Laws For Prosperity
Posted on February, 2021
I believe there are 7 laws you must live by to manifest true prosperity in your life. The discovery and implementation of these laws allowed me to turn my life around from abject poverty to abundant riches.

These seven laws are guidelines for living an abundant life - a life of harmony, joy and prosperity:

Law 1: The Vacuum Law - One of the fastest ways to manifest prosperity in your life is to create a vacuum. You are surrounded by good everywhere. The only lack is the lack in your mind. Open your mind to receive prosperity and you will attract it to fill that space.

Law 2: The Circulation Law - Miserly hoarding leads to recession. When you circulate substance, you keep the river of prosperity flowing freely. When you give away money, shoes, clothes or other items you are no longer using, get ready to receive your good.

Law 3: The Imaging Law - Prosperity, like all forms of success, is created in the mind first. When you imagine things in your conscious mind, you are actually programming your subconscious mind to manifest them.

Law 4: The Law of Ideas - We manifest prosperity by the power of ideas. If you can think of an idea, you can manifest it.

Law 5: The Law of Reciprocity - What you give comes back to you multiplied. You can never out-give the universe. The more you give, the more you get back.

Law 6: The Law of Tithing - You never know how your tithe will come back to you. Money is a common way, but it could also come back in the form of reconciliation with someone you're estranged from, a gift, a new relationship, a healing or a promotion.

Law 7: The Law of Forgiveness - If you hold on to thoughts of revenge, love can't walk in. If you hold on to resentment, you are hanging on to being a victim. And if you are holding on to being a victim, there's no space in your mind to be a victor. Release negative feelings, as they only eat you up inside and prevent you from manifesting good.

Some of these laws may sound familiar to readers familiar with the film "The Secret," with its focus on the law of attraction. I don't title any of these seven laws the law of attraction, but the concepts discussed in the film are what I call the imaging law. However, I take a more practical approach, using manifestation maps, affirmations and autosuggestion (from "Think and grow rich") to help people program their subconscious to direct actions toward prosperity.

One of my friends, Richard Brooks, leads a visualization seminar in which he directs people to write a script of their perfect day, involving as many senses as possible. To write your script, make it a compelling and thorough journaling of your perfect day. See into the future - the day you take your company public, make your first million or open that new restaurant. Remember to involve all your senses to make the experience seem as real as possible. You want to see it, hear it, taste it, smell it, touch it and feel it. It is only when you first experience prosperity in your mind and heart that you can manifest it.

Manifestation maps are another great way to program your subconscious mind for prosperity. Take a poster and fill it with photos, drawings, graphics and visual affirmations of what you want to do, have or become. Put it somewhere you will see it on a regular basis, every day.

I also recommend people use goal cards, positive statements in your day planner, or even sticky notes with affirmations on your steering wheel, mirror or refrigerator. When you see these reminders, you think about the thing you are trying to manifest, and that emotion anchors the thought in your subconscious mind. The more emotions you engage, the clearer the picture is in your mind. And the clearer it is to you, the sooner you will manifest it.
How to stay happy and healthy
Posted on February, 2021
It’s important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to continue enjoying an active, fulfilled life. You can do this by focusing on habits such as regular exercise, proper nutrition, and staying socially active.

Stay socially active with friends and family

Remaining socially connected as you get older is extremely important in order to maintain your physical and mental health. People who are engaged in more social interaction are typically healthier individuals. Social interaction brings positive feelings and decrease stress. Seniors who are more socially active also have lower rates of Alzheimer’s.

One way to stay active socially is to try to participate in group activities. Getting out of the house to have a healthy meal, or taking a walk with a friend, are fantastic ways to maintain connections and friendships. Small group exercise classes will help you stick to an exercise program and create a sense of camaraderie.

Stay physically active with regular exercise

A sedentary lifestyle can lead to weight gain. There are a number of new studies that say too much sitting can be bad for our health and our waistline. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention states on their website that “physical activity can help you maintain a healthy weight and lower your blood pressure.”

Exercising as we age is crucial in order to decrease our risk of heart disease. Exercise decreases the risk of developing high cholesterol and high blood pressure. It can also help decrease fatigue and shortness of breath and enable you to maintain all the activities that you enjoy in your daily life. Not only does exercise help decrease the risk of heart disease, it also improves quality of life. Age related heart changes may occur such as arrhythmias, lipid profile changes, and insulin sensitivity, but these can be prevented by staying active. Lastly, exercise helps to reduce stress, which is correlated to an increased risk of heart issues.

Start a routine

For those who want to begin an exercise program, a good place to start is with a walking routine or any gentle aerobic exercise, which will increase the heart rate without inducing too much strain. The American Heart Association recommends working up to150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity (such as brisk walking) every week or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity aerobic physical activity (such as jogging, running) or a combination of both every week.

Try cardio-based activities

Cardio is important for cardiac health and calorie burning, but you need more than just cardio workouts. An effective exercise plan includes cardio, strength training and flexibility exercises. Strength training will increase muscle mass, bone density and decrease body fat. It will also help to reverse sarcopenia.

Add strength exercise

Strength training or resistance training has numerous health benefits. It may lead to longer lasting blood pressure control. Resistance training helps to increase muscle mass, which will help in weight control. The resistance or strength-training program should include exercises that strengthen every major muscle group. This would include exercises such as squats, lunges, leg lifts, push-ups, planks and numerous core-strengthening exercises.

Avoid Injuries

Make sure to exercise to stay healthy – not get injured. As we age, our bodies undergo certain degenerative changes and elasticity changes that make the elderly more prone to injury during exercise. Balance may deteriorate and some of the medications that we may be on can affect our exercise performance. Use lighter weights for delicate body parts (shoulders) and avoid high-risk exercises. Make sure not to do the same movement too often, in order to avoid overuse injuries and avoid military-like exercise training.

Get better balance

For older adults that struggle with balance, adding in balance exercises can go a long way to improve their coordination. If you suffer from back pain, try strengthening the muscles around the spine. Strength training will help decrease the effects of sarcopenia, decrease the risk of osteoporosis, and improve posture.

Start swimming

Lastly, swimming is a good exercise for seniors. It gets the heart rate up and is gentle on an arthritic body. Swimming is a great mood-booster to ward off depression, especially if the pool is outdoors and the sun is out.

Be aware of slower metabolism

Unfortunately, as we age, a slowed metabolism, hormonal changes and decreased muscle mass can lead to weight gain. Medical conditions can cause attempts at weight loss to be slow and taking medications such as antidepressants or corticosteroids may present an additional challenge.

You might not be exercising as frequently or as intensely as you need to for weight loss. If you want to lose weight, you can take steps towards your goal by adding simple changes to your exercise routine. For example, add an incline while you are using the treadmill, alternate walking or running speeds, or try a dance class. Learn more about how to deal with a slowing metabolism as you get older here.

Eat a healthy, well-balanced diet

Weight loss can require more than daily focus on exercise and diet. Your lifestyle has a huge impact on your ability to lose weight. Here are a few healthy eating and lifestyle modification tips:

Always read labels. This way you know what you are putting into your body. Try to eat fresh whole foods and stay away from processed products. Look out for high sodium and artificial ingredients.

Reduce white starches like refined grains and refined sugars in your diet. These foods may cause an increased appetite and cravings. Try swapping them for whole grains.

One strategy is to eat a greater quantity of low calorie density food, such as leafy greens like lettuce, spinach, fruits and soups. These foods contain a lot of water so there are fewer calories for the volume of food you are eating.

Cook more meals at home so you know exactly what is going in to your food. The tendency to eat pre-prepared meals outside of the home often increases as we age. Restaurant servings tend to serve us way too much food for one sitting, as well as adding excess sodium and sugar.

Just as important as it is to eat certain foods, it is equally important to avoid other foods. While many of these foods are an everyday part of most people’s diets, making the sacrifice to avoid them will be well worth it in the long run. Some foods to limit are ones that contain processed sugar like cookies, cakes, and candy.

Watch your sleep

Lack of sleep can cause a reduction in growth hormones and cause us to crave sugar and non-nutritious food. Insufficient sleep triggers a number of hormones that influence cravings and contribute towards a tendency for weight gain. In addition, a lack of sleep will leave you tired and unfocused for your workouts. Sleep is often overlooked, but an integral part of a fitness plan since a lot of recovery and repair happens while you rest each night.

Relax more

Try to minimize stress, as this can also affect your weight. Many people tend to turn to eating as a stress-coping mechanism. Too much cortisol, which is released when under stress, can slow your metabolism. One technique to reduce stress is relaxation breathing.

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