Your Existence Perspective Seeing the larger Picture for much better Health Fitness

 

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Perspective; the concept of seeing the bigger picture or being able to understand a situation or decision from a place other than where you currently are at that point in time. While this is correct it is the very general understanding that I mentioned which causes most to fail to take this concept any further. Seeing the Bigger Picture: Life Maybe Better Than You Think How A New Perspective Can Create More Joy In Your Life. Posted Jan 11, 2015. Getting a big picture perspective tends to reinforce the things that are important and subsequently refocus your attention on what you determine to be true priorities. Whether you think you’re just earning a living, doing the best at your job, or you’re leaving a legacy, this story demonstrates that there is great value in thinking positively and in seeing the bigger picture.

A second version of the story, adapted from Peter Drucker, suggests that just seeing the bigger picture. Consider the bigger picture when forming a perspective on something, says Goldberg, and think of how this one perspective or area of focus and hold up within the larger picture. Declutter Your Mindset. Not all details are created equal. Realizing that is the first step toward creating the mental space to entertain a broader perspective, noted Deb Ingino, CEO of Strength Leader Development. “You have to be willing to let go of the less important details in order to see the bigger picture,” Ingino said.

If you are facing a challenge, a metaphor might help you see the big picture and give you strength. For example, someone going through cancer treatment may view the journey as climbing a mountain. Change Your Perspective, Change Your Life You are “doing what you love” when you see every moment as an opportunity. The fracture was big.

It’s pretty hard to tell if your penis is exceptionally attractive to the opposite sex until now that is. A recent study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine gathered 105 women to, in addition to other research goals, determine exactly what “factors” (things like cosmetic appearance, shape of glans, pubic hair, etc.) were most important to [ ]. When you see a pattern, it can change your life.

Seeing a pattern can even make you smarter. Recognizing a pattern is like looking through a telescope for the first time.

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Health is about realising as much potential as possible, and going on to become more physically fit, more emotionally robust, more socially happy.

“Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction E-Book: Enabling Occupation” by Michael Curtin, Matthew Molineux, Jo-Anne Webb (formerly Supyk/Mellson)
from Occupational Therapy and Physical Dysfunction E-Book: Enabling Occupation
by Michael Curtin, Matthew Molineux, Jo-Anne Webb (formerly Supyk/Mellson)
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

A value of mine is to be healthy, and a goal to support that value would be to get in shape, to be more physically fit.

“DBT® Skills Manual for Adolescents” by Jill H. Rathus, Alec L. Miller, Marsha M. Linehan
from DBT® Skills Manual for Adolescents
by Jill H. Rathus, Alec L. Miller, Marsha M. Linehan
Guilford Publications, 2014

Finally, a broader perspective on health inequity certainly forces us to look at the broader picture of overall well-being.

“Handbook of Health Economics” by Mark V. Pauly, Thomas G. McGuire, Pedro Pita Barros
from Handbook of Health Economics
by Mark V. Pauly, Thomas G. McGuire, Pedro Pita Barros
Elsevier Science, 2011

vision to motivate us as we change unhealthy habits and create new, healthy ones.

“8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise (8 Keys to Mental Health)” by Christina Hibbert, Babette Rothschild
from 8 Keys to Mental Health Through Exercise (8 Keys to Mental Health)
by Christina Hibbert, Babette Rothschild
W. W. Norton, 2016

Or, if you’re not happy with your physical shape, but you are constantly improving, then you aren’t yet successful in that area of your life, but you are likely on the road to success if you are making small daily improvements to your overall health.

“Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life” by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
from Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life
by Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
Asymmetrical Press, 2015

In the sections that follow, the focus is on changes in physical fitness and body composition, quality of life and disease burden, rather than on changes in longevity itself.

“Principles and Practice of Geriatric Medicine” by M.S. John Pathy, Alan J. Sinclair, John E. Morley
from Principles and Practice of Geriatric Medicine
by M.S. John Pathy, Alan J. Sinclair, John E. Morley
Wiley, 2006

The data show the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight and a physically active lifestyle from childhood through adolescence if the goal is to improve fitness during adolescence.

“Physiology of Sport and Exercise” by W. Larry Kenney, Jack H. Wilmore, David L. Costill
from Physiology of Sport and Exercise
by W. Larry Kenney, Jack H. Wilmore, David L. Costill
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2019

When this occurs, the goal is to help the obese become aware of their need for ethical growth, seeing the issue as an opportunity to gain wisdom, courage, and strength for living life more fully and with deeper spiritual fulfillment, not only just to lose weight for their personal health reasons.

“Basic Types of Pastoral Care & Counseling: Resources for the Ministry of Healing & Growth, Third Edition” by Howard J Clinebell Jr Trustee, Bridget Clare McKeever
from Basic Types of Pastoral Care & Counseling: Resources for the Ministry of Healing & Growth, Third Edition
by Howard J Clinebell Jr Trustee, Bridget Clare McKeever
Abingdon Press, 2011

Other concepts of health focus on motivation.

“Medical-surgical Nursing: An Integrated Approach” by Lois White, Gena Duncan
from Medical-surgical Nursing: An Integrated Approach
by Lois White, Gena Duncan
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In adulthood, job and family responsibilities tend to replace regular exercise, sports participation, or recreational activities, and the result over time is muscle mass decreases and fat mass increases.

“Practical Applications In Sports Nutrition BOOK ALONE” by Heather Fink, Alan Mikesky, Lisa Burgoon
from Practical Applications In Sports Nutrition BOOK ALONE
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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2011

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  • and then what? once they eat all the food its like they just ate 100 billion..and now they are hungry again and want another 100 billion

  • First of all, there are enough ppl on the earth..
    Second, it has the opportunity to let everybody see our planet from an unique perspective:)
    Third, money is an artificial value and rly shouldn’t be the problem.

  • Where’s some new videos Barry? Can you make more about the first time you have an attack and or the reasons why. I didn’t have attacks until after I started Prozac and I need help

  • Linda, I am very thankful to have found you! Your audio meditations are just beautifully spoken and very awakening for the soul. Godbless you:)

  • Amazed at the positive effects of such a short meditation. Completely calmed and grounded, and rescued from my over-thinking brain in only 10 minutes. Thank you Linda ��

  • The apparent insignificance of our existence reduces the importance of earthly events and consequently enhances the importance of our own consciousness.
    La aparente insignificancia de nuestra existencia resta significancia a los sucesos terrenales y en consecuencia robustece la significancia de nuestra propia conciencia.

  • I like your meditations, but I don’t like the ads.

    btw, no one needs any product to prevent interruptions of music though a speaker or stereo. It’s called muting the main function from the drop-down screen. Comes with any phone I know of. Although if I had to listen to rap, I’d be glad for any interruption…

  • This is the first I’ve seen of your work. Brilliant. I was thinking about getting or seeing/feeling the big picture so I can someday be successful in business, money and life. I’m 42 and been below poverty level most of my life. I’m expecting a bit of disability hopefully and looking to invest but have very little in ideas and no friends. You and your video was just amazing. K in Guam.

  • I shared this with my friend who lives in Merida, she said if she could see the words it would help her to understand. I typed them out and they are beautiful…I hope that is ok.

    Allow your eyes to comfortably close

    As you breathe out let your shoulders and belly soften

    Have a sense of stepping back from everything

    Allow all of you to step back….and breathe out

    Draw yourself away from the land of your thoughts

    Back to the present moment

    To the steady ground beneath your feet

    The gentle ebb and flow of your breath

    The sensation of the air touching your face and your body

    Allow how you’re engaging with this moment, to soften

    Allow how you’re engaging with yourself, to soften

    Allow how you’re engaging with everything around you, to soften

    As you breathe out let your mind sit back

    Let your body sit back

    Let all of you sit back (‘all of you’ meaning, your whole being)

    Sit back into the simple here and now

    In this present moment

    And allow the space directly around you to open up

    It can be as large as you like

    Take as much space as you need (I think with ‘space’ she means open your mind/thoughts?)

    Let everything around you sit back, as you sit back

    Breathe from this space, this space of stepping back in the present moment

    As everything sits back your breathe ebbing and flowing

    The steady ground beneath you, the gentle touch of the air on your face

    Notice what it’s like to have stepped back

    Notice what things look like from here

    What they feel like

    Perhaps the bigger picture comes to you

    Perhaps it will later

    And when you are ready you can draw this meditation to a close

  • I’m really glad I found you, Linda. Thank you for this meditation and all the others here on youtube. I hope you might consider posting more!

  • Thanks Linda.  This really helps.  I have been in a 12 step program for 40 years. The 11th tells us to step up our meditation.  I have had problems doing that, but this is helping a lot.  When the BS thoughts about whatever is bugging me try to come in, I am in a woods in autumn during the warm Indian summers of Michigan in my mind.  I just wave to the thoughts and tell em I’ll see them later…..they toddle on over the hill.  Thanks again.   Ron Nicholson

  • Awesome drawings. It’s cool to see a pro do it…mine don’t look nearly that nice, but they get the job done! I’ll have to come check it out and get some tips!