… We hear in the media daily about financial problems, people losing jobs, having debt, in other words a lot of negative, contracting and depressing statements. This creates a lot of suffering for many people and so the problems deepen even further. We are all connected and fear spreads quickly. In today's article I'll give you some guidance to step out of the place of uncertainty and lead your life with Inner Peace and Confidence regardless of the situation.
How is it possible to find inner peace regardless of the situation? … In the past the news used to bother me and I could feel insecure. What I've learned over the years is that you can not solve a problem when you're a part of it. In other words:
You can not feel secure by having the thoughts of insecurity;
You can not become wealthy by having the thoughts of scarcity;
You can not become healthy by thinking and focusing on illness.
And so when certain times surround you my friend the only way to have your inner peace is to find your state of security within …
… Our mind likes to have all planned, prefers routine, everything in order and so when the outside events become uncertain, it feels threatened, insecure and fearful. As we know the mind is a part of ego and is not your higher self or real self. Real self is much more intelligent, eternal, secure, fears nothing and is connected to God, Universe or Source. So the more we can identify ourselves with the higher self rather than the lower, the more Inner Peace we will be able to establish. Now let's look at:
6 Simple Tips on How to Stay Calm in Times of Uncertainty:
# 1 Meditate.
Mind hates persistence and it is a part of our ego. It has a voice and chats constantly. That voice is telling us many things about times being tough and bad … and so we start believe in that and accept as a reality and fact, which we feel unable to influence. There is no way to argument with this all knowing, confident, fact based voice in our heads. It can become very loud and damaging. We are conditioned by the negative thoughts from others that we start to identify them as our own. Meditation is a great tool and method to clear that voice and give the space for better thoughts and feelings. It is like giving a spring clean to your room. I do not know better method of clearing mind, which would allow our mind access solution oriented and inspiring thoughts. Remember – You own your mind my friend and never let your mind own you. Remember as well – You are able to train it as you wish and make it your servant.
# 2 Embrace the change.
Uncertainty is the time of change. We like to resist any change and it is natural, as we get attached …
Whether you are considering entering the field of dentistry, or you are just curious about the day-to-day activities in the work life of dental professionals, you may not know exactly what dentists do on a daily basis. We have all been to our local clinic to have our teeth cleaned. Some of us have had braces and others have had major oral surgery. If you are considering entering this field, you may want to know a bit about the profession before you begin your path to getting into this career. From providing patients with general checkups and cleanings, to performing more intricate oral surgery procedures, there are a variety of things that these professionals do on a daily basis.
Dentists diagnose and treat issues that arise from the gums, teeth, and mouth. They also provide insightful advice to patients who need help on taking care of their own oral health and keeping up with oral hygiene habits. These professionals provide advice on which brushing and flossing techniques to use, and the also utilize fluorides and medication through a variety of procedures and cleanings. Dentists can eradicate tooth decay, offer analysis through the use of x-rays, and they can fill cavities and provide dental implants and other restorative procedures. They can provide anesthetics through a variety of procedures, and they can also write prescriptions for patients who need special oral medications.
Dentists have a number of medical tools at their disposal for use during dental procedures and operations. From drills, specialized mirrors, and brushes to lasers, ex-rays and scanners, these professionals use a number of advanced technological resources to provide advanced treatment to patients of all ages.
Some professionals in this field specialize in pediatric dentistry, while others specialize in oral surgery, orthodontics, and other specialties. Other specialty areas include periodontists, who concentrate on gum disease and jaw bone treatments, endodontists, who provide root canals, prosthodontists, who provide implants, crowns, and bridges, oral and maxillofacial surgeons who provide surgery to treat diseases of the mouth, and dental public health professionals, who work to prevent oral diseases through organized community education.
Most dentists keep offices hours five days a week. Many of these professionals offer emergency services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Most of these professionals work a 40 hour week or less. To enter this field, one must complete a high school diploma, and undergraduate degree (typically in natural sciences) and four years of dental school. Professionals must then obtain the proper licensing necessary to practice. These professionals make an average of $140,000 per year, while some can make as much as $190,000 or more.…