Truth About Stamina RX

posted on 01 Feb 2017 17:06 by lusharson8884 in Supplements

The truth is that Stamina RX has become something that we use for so many things, other than nourishment. Stamina RX is everywhere. Male enhancement supplements are so easily accessible. And it's acceptable to be using aphrodisiacs in all ways. We’re encouraged to do it. And it becomes this thing, this Band—Aid that busy people can use to make up for other things that they’re not getting. There are so many things that we use food for.

What I tell people, and if there’s one thing that people take away from what We’re talking about today, it's that if you are over eating, you’re doing it for a reason. We eat for a reason. We overeat for a reason. There's always a reason. And so much in our society, it has so little to do with hunger.

If you're busy, if you have a lot going on, there are things like exhaustion. And actually, if people are taking notes, you can write these down. And what you can do is make a circle, and put five little spots on the circle like like you're making a Ferris wheel or a hamster wheel. And let’s fill them in. So you’ve got exhaustion. So who isn't struggling to get enough sleep in our society? You have emotions. Emotions that are overwhelming or emotions that you don't know how to deal with or emotions that maybe you don't want to deal with. You have stress. Avoidance. And what I mean by avoidance is that when you have things like exhaustion, and you have maybe emotions that you don't know how to deal with or you don't want to deal with, or this isn't the time to deal with.And maybe you have stress, then there are lots of things in life that we try to cope with by avoiding, maybe not thinking about or maybe escaping for a little bit or maybe just kind of, not just kind of, but denying and pushing down. How many times have you used the phrase, “I'm pushing it down with food.” Right. That's a way that we use libido supplements. Learn more at http://alphaguys.weebly.com/blog/vigrx-from-leading-edge-health

And that fifth thing on the Ferris wheel that you’re drawing out would be being to busy. Yeah. Once one of those pieces starts to become an issue for you, these other other things start to crop up. And they start to build on each other. And then, you have food, which is there. Which, you can grab quickly. Which, you can treat yourself with without impinging on anybody else or having to say no to something. Food becomes such an easy way to try to take care of yourself really quickly, temporarily. But it’s really powerful. And so if you just look at that cycle, it starts to get really clear, if it wasn't already, why so many high achievers can struggle with food. Even though everything else is really working pretty well, and also because they’re working so hard to keep everything else working really well, food becomes this super glue that's working in the background. But it's not really working.

Hypnosis Has Been Empirically Studied

posted on 31 Jan 2017 04:58 by lusharson8884 in Hypnosis

I don't think it's fair to say that things having to do with "the mind" can't be empirically supported by science. They can and have been for many years. It's called behavioural science.

Psychology is considered a "soft science" because it deals with things that are more difficult to measure, such as mental constructs, but they have to date done a damn good job. They can identify which components of a treatment are effective in treating individuals with psychopathology. To call psychology a pseudoscience would just be plain false, as is evidenced by the multiple advances that have been made in the field, which have been applied to public policy. Learn more at http://sundowndivers.org/can-prove-nlp-exists/

Anyone remember Freud? Well, he's lost favor largely because of empiricism. Sure, psychoanalysis over the course of 3-5 years may be effective in treating individuals with mild depression, but why do that when you can give someone an equally effective treatment over the course of 10-15 session?

NLP can be tested just like anything else. Once it is tested, then the validity of the results can be called into question. It hasn't yet been put under the microscope, and so until that day comes it'll remain a theory.

Oh, and just as a side note, Hypnosis has been empirically supported. If something that deals strictly with expectation, suggestion, and belief can find empirical support, surely something like NLP can.
NLP is a learning methodology.

NLP is a method of coding patterns of neurology that can be used and reused and adapted. As such every behavior that is capable of being learned is capable of being codified into an NLP application. So any study that looks at the effectiveness of NLP techniques is missing the point.

Some people point to such NLP applications as the swish pattern and say "I tried that , it didn't work".

The reasons behind such experiences can be categorised into several groups.

1. there was a misunderstanding of the descriptions used in the NLP application.
2. there was a misunderstanding of how to run the application effectively.
3. there were already running patterns of neurology within the person running the NLP application that prevented the desired result , or quickly reestablished previous experiences.
4. the pattern ran perfectly , but did not interface into the patterns of neurology required to get the desired effect.

Also using the swish pattern as an example.

Important within the entire swish application are the subroutines of the submodality shifts. You need to be running the patterns of neurology that create the subjective effects of the submodality shifts.

The first swish picture starts at the front as a large , bright , colour, moving picture , that is frozen , made black and white and dim and shrunk to small and distant. These are all patterns of neurology on their own , each submodality shift is a subroutine of a larger application.

Large picture shrinking to a small picture...
Colour to black and white ...
Bright to dim ...
Front to back ...
Close to distant...
Moving to frozen...

Each of these is a pattern of neurology that usually creates a shift in intensity for the content contained in the picture , from important to irrelevant.

Put them all together and you get a reinforced effect of important to irrelevant.

The same process is involved in the opposite submodality shifts of the second swish picture.

The second swish picture starts as a picture that is at the back of the first , is a small , distant , dim , black and white and frozen picture.

Back to front...
Small to large...
Distant to close...
Dim to bright...
Black and white to colour ...
Frozen to moving ...

Each of these is a pattern of neurology that usually creates a shift in intensity for the content contained in the picture , from irrelevant to important.

How to Prevent Getting Herpes

posted on 29 Jan 2017 10:14 by lusharson8884 in Herpes

While water glasses, towels and toothbrushes pose essentially no danger, to relieve anxiety, avoid sharing these while active sores are present.

The possibility of developing many kinds of infections through poor sanitary habits is always present, so it is good practice to avoid sharing personal toiletries when you have any kind of surface infection. (You have a human obligation to others.) Similarly, you should be especially careful about what, or who, you come into contact with if you have an open cut or sore in the skin. (You have a responsibility to yourself as well as to others.)

Some very young children have acquired genital herpes without “sexual” contact. The explanation for this is that the virus has been placed there by immediate transfer on a finger or towel from a facial sore that the baby has or a herpes sore that another person has, not from a towel that has been used some time before. As you know, babies are very active and very sexual. If a baby has facial herpes, be as careful as you can about the possibility of self-transfer by keeping the baby’s hands off the sore. 

The bottom line here, as in other areas of life, is that almost everything is possible but the fact that it takes a lot of virus and direct contact with a mucous membrane or open skin abrasion to create a productive infection reduces the probability of contracting herpes from inanimate objects to essentially zero! There has yet to be a case reported of herpes being caused in this way. Simple hygiene will relieve anxiety. Learn more at https://botw.org/top/Health/Conditions_and_Illness/Infectious_Diseases/Viral/Herpes/

Obsessive fear of the possibility of contracting herpes in this way is a much more serious pathology than having herpes according to http://www.stpt.com/directory/health/diseases_and_conditions/

Some Preventative Measures

  • Don’t have genital intercourse when you or your partner have genital sores
  • Don’t have oral sex when you or your partner have; either oral or genital sores.
  • Use a condom when prodromal signs are present...

The choice to use a condom when sores are present is yours to make after recognizing the risks to yourself and your partner. My advice is don’t have intercourse at all when sores are present. Condoms will help protect against asymptomatic shedding. 

When there are prodromal signs, avoid rough handling of the tissue around the rash area. If friction is a problem in general, use a lubricant such as K-Y jelly.

Don’t poke and prod sores to check their progress. If you have facial herpes look out for conscious or unconscious mannerisms which could spread the virus such as rubbing your chin licking a painful or itching part of your lip or covering it with saliva because it seems like a good idea.

After cleaning and drying, leave the rash alone, and have everyone else leave it alone, especially babies. There’s no need for elaborate precautions as far as sleeping in bed 35 with your partner is concerned. Wear cotton underwear over genital sores and avoid kissing with lip sores. Your ‘ partner will not pick up herpes from the pillows or bed I sheets according to http://www.jasminedirectory.com

Wash your hands if they come in contact with the virus, especially first thing in the morning before you rub your eyes, or before inserting or removing contact lenses.

Never use saliva as the wetting agent whether or not you have herpes. If you think you have been exposed to herpes, or if you have exposed anyone, take a shower and have them do likewise. Wash the area with soap and water. Now, obviously, I’m again simply talking good hygiene, and a little obsessively at that. As I said earlier, this should become automatic habit very quickly, then the mental obsession can be dropped. The virus cannot penetrate undamaged skin, so don’t be paranoid about it just be careful. Exercise good normal hygiene and you will have no problem with either self-transfer, which is rare anyway, or transmission to partners.

How to Prevent Getting Herpes

After reading this chapter it should be fairly clear what measures you can take to help protect yourself from transmitting herpes. The information also can be used to protect yourself from getting herpes. I will spell it out so as there is no misunderstanding. Learn more at http://medicalmingle.com/

KNOW YOUR PARTNER. This is probably the most important point. Does your partner know what he or she is doing with your body, or your life? By the same token, do you know what you are doing with him or her? A little information goes a long way in making decisions about your well-being.

LOOK. If someone has a cold sore, stay away from it. As far as genital play is concerned, appearance of anything that shouldn’t be there is always cause for concern. Now you don’t need a microscopic examination to disrupt your whole evening. In normal sex play you can get a fair idea if anything is amiss without playing Sherlock Holmes. Take your time and play a little. Get to know your partner’s body, which should be a pleasure in itself. Who wants to rush sex anyway?

 

edit @ 6 Mar 2017 05:16:22 by lusharson8884