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  • Watch Out for Your Emotions Of Habit

    If you always do what you have always done, then you will always get what you have always got’

    As well as rituals for how we dress for weddings, and behave on New Years Eve, we also have habitual ritual thoughts within our minds. These habitual thoughts become our regular emotions we feel on an ongoing basis. Purely through repetition.

    For you to feel any emotion, there are certain things you have to picture in your mind, words you have got to say in your head and a certain perspective you have to adopt in relation to those images and words that then create the feeling in your body. When you train a muscle like your shoulder in one particular direction, the more you do it, the stronger the muscle becomes at moving in that direction.

    The brain is a muscle too, so just like any other muscle in your body, if you get it to think of a certain collection of images or events you have experienced in your life and you look at these events from the perspective of making you feel bad, or unconfident, or incapable.

    The more you fire this set of neuro associations off in your head, the easier it will be for you to fall into that emotion, no matter what opportunities exist for you today or ahead.

    In fact the emotion can grow stronger over time just like a muscle grows in strength.

    When our brains habitually go into the process/context of 'depression' or 'anger', Our brain will do this no matter what is occurring in the outside world. This then becomes what we call our reality. Have you ever managed to feel the same about your life even though your life situation may have changed vastly? Have you ever waited and waited to get away on vacation - only to find you feel exactly as bad on vacation as you did at home?

    This is when we are living in our heads, in the past or predicted future but never in the present.


    The information here is just the tip of the iceberg.

    Our 1-2-1 Packages and Trainings will give you a deeper understanding of the thinking patterns of your mind. This knowledge will give you an enriched insight into why you think and feel the way you do, as well as an in depth perceptive awareness of those around you. You will not only understand yourself, you will also be there for and connect with everyone

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  • What Makes the Quality of Your Life?

    "You can tell whether a person is clever by their answers. You can tell whether a person is wise by their questions" Naguib Mahfouz

    The quality of your life, career & relationships is measured by the sum total of the emotions you experience in your day/week/month/year and lifetime.

    Your quality of life is not measured by how much you earn or the car you drive.

    All of these things are ways we find to try to change the way we feel inside and to change the way we feel about ourselves.

    If we are regularly feeling good and happy, communicating with others in a way that reciprocates these feelings then we have a good quality of life.

    If however we regularly feel bad, low, angry, misunderstood, depressed and we emanate this then - we are living a low quality of life... no matter what our material situation.

    As most of our thought patterns are unconscious and repeating,

    You will find that the emotions you experience day to day are also repeating and unconsciously brought on, no matter how much your life and circumstances may have changed and improved.

    At Re-cognition our work involves breaking down for you all the processes that go on unconsciously within your mind that cause you to feel and live the way you do.

    You will Recognize new Perceptions of -

    
Who You Are

    
Where Your At

    
What You Are Capable of Achieving & Feeling. 



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  • I Am... Workshop launched at NAMI (SAMHAJ) NJ USA

    "All humankind is divided into three classes: those who are immovable, those who are movable; and those who move". Benjamin Franklin

    To Everyone who attended the lauch of our I AM... workshop on Sunday 16th September 201 @ NAMI [SAMHAJ ] NJ

    We would like to extend a very warm Thank You to Aruna Rao [ Associate Director ] for all her support and hard work in making this day possible.

    Bijay and I greatly enjoyed delivering the workshop and meeting such wonderful and inspiring women. Clearly from all your feedback the workshop was a great success too!

    We wanted to make sure we shared your feedback on our first blog entry! We also wanted to let you know that we will be back!

    Our intention is to run a two day program as requested in early 2013, so be sure to sign up. The two day workshop will offer you much much more material and a unique opportunity for you to try out some powerful therapeutic techniques that will allow you to make dynamic changes in your life with greater ease and commitment.

    We also want to invite you to be a part of our journey. So feel free to sign up for email updates and to visit our blog to leave any comments, questions and suggestions. We are always pleased to hear from you and welcome your thoughts.

    Here are the wonderful comments filled out on the feedback forms after the I am... workshop

    I loved the experiential aspects, creative exercises that encouraged self awareness

    Outstanding presentation

    Presentations were sequenced and articulated with simplicity for understanding

    Teaching tools were very user friendly

    I learnt about re-structuring and re-defining my life

    Very insightful and useful workshop

    Very enlightening workshop of self-discovery

    An amazing experience!

    I learnt to be more determined in my resolve to change

    Thought provoking questions and examples offered by facilitators

    Workshop was wondefful!

    I am eager to continue my journey of growth

    I look forward to a two day I am… workshop

    Valuable workshop… it reframed my thinking

    Workshop helped me step closer to taking on a new life challenge

    Each week we will post new blog entries with inspiring stories, quotes and invaluable learnings about life... so be sure to check back.

    NAMI NEW JERSEY is a statewide non profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families who are affected by mental illness.

    South Asian Mental Health Awareness in Jersey (SAMHAJ) provides support, education and advocacy for South Asians affected by serious mental illness. South Asians of Asian Indian and Pakistani origin, as well as those from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives are welcome to seek support and information from SAMHAJ. Contact samhaj@naminj.org for more information.

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