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Cultivate love from within.

love Nov 13, 2020
Love is crucial to cultivate from within, to be able to share with others.
When we experience it ourselves and share it with others it inspires us to move through life courageously.
We fulfill and quince the thirst of our spirit for love and this has a rippling effect on people around us.
Our communities begin to be filled with love, starting within our families, friends and those we spend time with.
Love manifests as that music in the background that you hear, creates a harmonious atmosphere, evoking emotions of all that is meaning to you. Love is the food for our spirit.
“Burn worldly love, rub the ashes and make ink of it, make the heart the pen, the intellect the writer, write that which has no end or limit.” - Guru Nanak.
Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD

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Cultivating Self-love

love Nov 12, 2020
Love is a calling card, for the aspirations of our soul.
Some equate love to emotional attachment and emotional freedom.
To feel love and give love, you have to start at the centre of who you are. With yourself.
Dr Jeffery Borenstein defines self-love as:
“ Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself, that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological and spiritual growth.”
Seeking from others will give evanescent satisfaction, however when we begin to love ourselves within, we experience a profound way to open our hearts and to create a life that is empowering.
We begin to love who we are and accept ourselves as perfectly imperfect beings, loving ourselves with kind eyes.
Here are 8 ways to cultivate and work on self-love:
💕 Develop Awareness. Become aware of our thoughts about ourselves, our reactions, responses and behaviours to others and situations.
💕Practice self compassion and kindness. What would you say to...
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Benefits and Health impacts of love.

love Nov 11, 2020
There have been psychiatrists, psychologists and scientists who have studied the biochemical interactions of people in love, in which a mix of serotonin, dopamine and oxytocin move around the brain to produce feelings of elation, warm gushing emotions and promote bonding and calm relationships.
The benefits in couples who have healthier loving relationships include having less strokes, higher rates of survival from surgeries and cancers and less depressive episodes. (A.Powell, Harvard Gazette, Feb 2018).
Blood pressure and heart rate are modulated well when in love, with love having a positive impact on our sympathetic nervous system.
Married couples have a 50% less risk of dying from heart disease than non-married couples and also have shorter hospital stays after a heart attack by 2 days. (Anne Arundel Medical Centre, Feb, 2020).
While the physical benefits are plenty for experiencing the feeling of love, so too are the emotional, mental and...
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Love is an important need of the human spirit.

love Nov 10, 2020
Have you ever felt and craved a deep and meaningful love?
Experienced a loss of love, felt loveless or unloved?
Do you wonder how to sustain love and keep the flames of love burning?
Have you experienced the healing power of love?
Love cannot be measured. It is more than the gush of feelings that we feel.
It is unseen, like when someone enters the room and you can’t see it but you know it’s there.
Love is an essential need of spirit.
It has different meanings for different people and is the universal language that has no words.
Many of us have experienced times in our lives where we have felt love is not present, or we have felt disconnected from love.
During those times our hearts feel empty.
This feeling of not being loved lies at the heart and soul of many issues and casts a shadow over our wellbeing.
Would you say love an important need of the human spirit?
Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD

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Would this trigger your anger?

anger Nov 06, 2020
Pic of my 4yo destruction from rage, would this trigger your anger?
Does your own anger scare you sometimes? Do you just want to throw everything in sight?
Do you ever find yourself yelling at your children or your partner and unable to stop? Do you feel your negative emotions consume you and it’s hard to let them go?
Many times our rage and anger is fed by our assumptions and perception about a certain situation. Anger can prevent us also from forgiving.
A very well known downside of rage is it’s affects on our health, causing mental distress, blood pressure problems, ulcers, headaches. Chronic stress leads to increase inflammatory markers which are precursor to chronic diseases.
The upside of anger and rage is if you know how to harness it, you can use it intentionally and with awareness to move you forward rather than being bound by it.
Rage has helped many people gain the courage to leave unhealthy situations or has triggered...
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Resources for patients and yourself to help with Forgivenesss

forgiveness Nov 06, 2020
Repeat resource for patients and yourself to help with Forgiveness.
Free workbooks On forgiveness for your patients and yourself, from Everett Worthington’s website:
1) The Path to forgiveness: 6 practical sections for Becoming a More Forgiving Person
2) Your Path to REACH Forgiveness: Become a More Forgiving Person in Less Than 2hours
3) Moving Forward: 6 steps to Forgiving Yourself and Breaking Free from the Past
4) Experiencing Forgiveness: 6 practical sections For becoming a More Forgiving Christian
1) Forgiveness by Iyanla Vanzant
2) The Book of Forgiving Desmund Tutu and Mpho Tutu
3) The Wisdom of Forgiveness: Dalai Lama, Victor Chan
Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD

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forgiveness Nov 05, 2020
When forgiveness is genuine the results are healing.
We know when we have forgiven someone. We feel lighter.
We feel more at peace in our hearts.
We are able to move forward. It feels as though a weight has been lifted, and we have been cleansed.
We have obtained a quiet strength.
For many forgiveness seems unattainable or a distant dream.
With the innate source within, all things are possible.
🌺More peace, less resentment
🌺Able to move forward
🌺Improved physical health
🌺Less worry and stress
🌺Improved mental emotional and spiritual healing
🌺Better relationships with others
🌺More openness
Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD

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Creativity and Thoughts

creativity Oct 30, 2020
🌺 How can we co-create a meaningful life with our thoughts?
Thoughts are a key part of creativity. When we think creatively, we can create amazing things.
Our thoughts play a crucial role and a key part in living the life we want. Therefore choosing our thoughts wisely is paramount because our thoughts can create a positive or destructive life.
Take a look at your own life.
🌺 How do your thoughts contribute or stifle your creativity?
You are an essential part of how things unfold in your life and co-creation contributes to our path and journey influencing and changing our perceptions.
When we connect to our spiritual self our creativity flows more strongly and clearly.
Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD
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How can we be creative in our lives?

creativity Oct 29, 2020
When creativity is stifled it is important to find the right outlets in our lives for creative expression.
Being creative is the quality we bring to life and being creative is to be in love with life.
The more we tap into our creative energy, the more we will want to enhance and contribute to the beauty of life.
When we connect to our spiritual self our creativity flows more strongly and clearly.
8 questions you can ask yourself and health partners (patients) are:
💕What do you love doing?
💕How do you fan that creative spark?
💕What are you energised by?
💕What makes you feel connected to your own inner source?
💕What can you do to build this connection?
💕What activity helps you gain a sense of
peace, clarity and a feeling of fulfillment on completion?
💕What do you do that makes you feel that you are contributing in a positive way to your own and others wellbeing?
💕What do you find comes naturally for you to do?
People create in different ways.
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What are some health benefits of creativity?

creativity Oct 28, 2020
Research of literature has identified the positive impacts on health, of being creative.
💕 People who engage in creative activities such as art, music, and dance show an improvement in mood, pain symptoms and cognition.
💕Relaxation and music therapy has been found to have a positive effect on patients admitted to coronary units with an acute myocardial infarction.
💕Movement based creativity brings about awareness in consciousness in adults during a midlife crisis, helping people to understand themselves, relationships and becoming more open to acceptance and letting go.
💕And there is statistically significant evidence to show expressive writing can improve the immune system.
(Stuckey and Nobel 2010 article).
Honouring and Serving,
Simran K. Rattan MD
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