February 2016 Newsletter

Loving Yourself and Others
I want to talk about the word choices we make, our ‘conscious language,’ because I’m not sure everyone understands how crucial language is in our overall ability to thrive and limits us from loving ourselves and others to our potential.
Language touches every thread and fiber of our reality. By changing one word, we can expand, contract or alter our consciousness, our awareness, and our reality. Language shapes our world and can affect our health – do I have a disease (dis-ease), am I happy or sad, do I have abundance or am I in poverty. Words frame how we survive. Simply put, our thoughts and words have the power to give life or take life. This isn’t a new science – it’s in the Bible. Proverbs 18:21 says, “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” And John 1:14 says, “And the Word became flesh.”
Listening to our language is the first step to changing our awareness. If you speak, think and hear limiting language, you need to change that. You can make changes in your words, thoughts, and feelings that enable you to speak, think and hear new words that are positive, helpful, supportive, and healing. What you are doing is rewriting your script of love for yourself and others.
Statements that have consequences can sound like this:
  • “I don’t see how I can forgive them.” Making something seemingly impossible can manifest into physical symptoms.
  • “My job is driving me crazy.” Be careful because you may end up feeling like you have no control at work, and suddenly you feel you have no control of your life.
Every state or condition experienced is believed in, is described with exacting detail, and is accepted through thought, and is shaped by spoken or inner language into symptoms and life conditions. More common phrases are, “I AM tired,” or “I AM broken.” It is okay to feel tired. “I feel tired today” is better than saying, “I AM tired all the time.” That means you are tired today, tomorrow and forever. That’s probably not true.
I can help my clients realize what they are committing to before they leave my office. A typical day in my office goes like this: a client comes in and says, “I will try to eat right.” ‘Trying’ is only half a commitment. Our subconscious only knows how to do, not how to try. It is better to say, “I choose to eat better.” Our subconscious mind knows what to do with this information.
My client may say, “I can’t have pizza!” No- “I choose not to have pizza because it does not serve me in a healthy way”. Do you see the difference?
Awareness is the first step to changing your choice of words. It requires faith, trust, confidence, security, and courage to examine your perceived limited state and announce a new state within yourself!
It is important to say your upgrades out loud. Say your upgrade until you feel it in every cell of your body! We have the free will to choose our thoughts, words and actions. So I ask you, what do you choose to change in order to love yourself and others better?

By Kay Spears, San Antonio Nutritionist

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Upcoming Events
February 11: How To’s of Pregnancy
February 13: WIT Seminar Loving Yourself
February 16: TLC Importance of Self-Care
February 20: Essential Oils 101 Class Aroma Therapy
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Catalina Wine Mixer
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Location: Rossini Italian Bistro- 2195 NW Military
Date: 2-22-2016
Time: 5-7 PM
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