Ready?! The Full Wolf Moon Jan 2020

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The full Wolf Moon rises this Friday, January 10, 2020, the first of 13 full Moons this year.

The full Moon for January was called the Full Wolf Moon because wolves were more often heard at this time. It was traditionally thought that they howled due to hunger, but there is no evidence for this. However, wolves do tend to howl more often during winter months, and generally howl to define territory, locate pack members, and gather for hunting.

The Cancer Moon is opposing quite a roundup of planets in its opposite sign, Capricorn, and there can be a sudden awareness of our emotions in the face of the rules and our ambitions. Initially, we can feel extremely sensitive and perhaps somewhat powerless. However, our feelings count, and we’ll see and feel their power now, paving the road for new directions.

This is a time to continue to clear up past patterns that have been holding us back from personal fulfillment, particularly those that are home or family-centered or that revolve around our work-home balance and attitudes toward comfort and responsibility. There will be more work to come in these areas, but for now, we are experiencing a greater awareness of problems and especially lacks or flaws.

Through events, circumstances, and epiphanies occurring around the time of this eclipse, we learn that we need to get in touch with our needs for nurture, family, comfort, familiarity, and love in order for our lives, including our professional lives, to be full and worthwhile.

In astrology, the Moon is connected to our emotions, intuition, feelings of security, maternal energy, creativity and our potential.  The Full Moon represents the most powerful point in the cycle, it is a time of high energy and high power and is a time to release and let go of all that no longer serves you, in order to welcome in the new. In the cycle of death and rebirth, the Full Moon represents the starting of the death. Full Moon’s are a potent time, and on a deeper level they activate us to merge with our full potential. They also help us to see things in a new light and often they can reveal things to us.

Find a sacred space, preferably under the light of the Full Moon where you will not be disturbed, State what you want to release aloud and take a deep breath, as you exhale imagine whatever you want to let go floating away. Be sure to thank the Moon and the Universe afterwards. Happy Full Wolf Moon !!!

Are You Giving UP?!

I know times may be Hard for you, your family, loved ones, or just people in general. Don’t give up. Keep fighting for your Breath. Don’t give up! Don’t allow the Chaos of the Worldly Matters to consume your limited precious time here on Earth. Don’t give up on yourself. I send my Love to You ALL. May Peace Be With You!

It always seems impossible until it’s done. Nelson Mandela-

If you’re going through hell, keep going. Never, never, never give up. Winston Churchill

You’re going to find the people that make it work NEVER quit, quitting is NOT an option. Bob Proctor

Failure is only the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently. Henry Ford

A winner is just a loser who tried one more time. George M. Moore Jr.

Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up. Thomas Edison

I Pray LORD PLEASE HAVE MERCY. Listen, Share to Another & Don’t Give Up.May Peace Be With You. Bless XOXOXOX

 

 

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Does making phone calls give you anxiety?!

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Do you suffer from phone anxiety?!

Start by trying to Figure out what’s causing the fear of talking on the phone: Are you concerned about saying something embarrassing? Are you fearing rejection? What are your thoughts that are going through your head before making a phone call. What kinds of things are you telling yourself.

The Most important factor is getting to the root of the exact fear about making phone calls. Always Aiming for positive self-talk is a must, Afterwards try to understand what’s driving your fear, try to change what you’re telling yourself about talking on the phone. Example: Think about times when you have made phone calls & didn’t say anything embarrassing or negative.  Now, self-talk by saying something like, “I have made several successful phone calls without embarrassing myself. I am capable of having a successful phone conversation.”

Chronic fears of making telephone calls may be an indicator of a deeper issues, such as social anxiety. A great tip, Try seeing an experienced anxiety therapist, to identify any issues to develop some skills to overcome it. There are treatments for social anxiety. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques, exposure therapy, & social skills training, these type of techniques may be a great help for you to identify anxious thought patterns.

Try to face your fears. Try to develop strategies for managing social situations. Managing your phone calls daily, try to decide when you want to make your calls. Spread out your calls or make them all in one day,  whatever works best for you. Limit yourself to one or two calls per day can help with pressure of making phone calls. Determine the best time of day for your phone calls & only try to make phone calls when you feel at your best, feeling confident makes a difference. Consider the purpose of your call, prepare so that you’re able to accomplish the goal. If you need to make a call to find out information, make a list of questions. If you need to communicate important info to a friend, coworker, family member, write down what you need to communicate.

Try screening calls. Answer calls from people in your contact list, or just allow calls to go to voicemail, then you can think exactly how you want to respond without the pressure.

Remember to always toTake a deep breath & Relax.

Good Luck!

 

 

Getting Yourself Out of a Slump — Leslie Nichole

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DIY Effective Complaint Letter

Problem with a service or place of business?

Trying to resolve a problem with a company?

The first thing should be to discuss the concerns with the business. Sometimes a phone call or email doesn’t resolve the problem, consider writing a effective complaint letter. Complaint letters are important. It puts the complaint on record, it preserves any legal rights you have in the situation, and lets the place of business  know you’re serious about pursuing a complaint.

When writing an effective letter, Be clear,  Describe the problem. If you’re following up on a complaint or  general conversation with the company or person in charge, be sure to say who you spoke with and confirm the details.

Make sure to be clear on  what you want rectified & include your request of a possible time frame.  Do not write a threatening letter, it may be very helpful in resolving your dilemmas. Include all info & a copy of  relevant documents regarding any specific matter.  Keep your originals documents. Always send copies,  Make sure to include your name & contacting information. You may want to send your letter by certified mail & request a return receipt. It assures you’ll have proof that the company got your letter & who signed for it. Short reminders on writing an effective complaint letter. Good Luck!

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