The Benefits of Relocation Therapy

Many people experience emotional roadblocks in their lives. From the loss of a loved one to a midlife crisis, these turning points can have severe adverse effects on a person’s psyche. While there are countless traditional methods for breaking through life’s obstructions, more individuals are seeking unorthodox treatments. Relocation therhomeapy is one way people can find satisfaction in their stressful lives.

Relocation therapy isn’t just transporting from one living space to another. Changing locations for therapeutic purposes involves reprogramming the mind. This allows for a complete recharge of the spirit. Altering physical surroundings gives a person the chance to transform emotionally because of the switch in life energies. The hindrances an individual feels in one location often disappear once the transition is made.

At some point, you may have wanted to just get away from it all. Relocation therapy allows you to do so. Whether you’re facing divorce, you lost a job, or tragedy has struck your life, relocating will help you heal. A new environment may settle your mind so that you can move on from the sorrows.

Relocating to a new city may also soothe an inherent desire to have a fresh start. New scenery can provide you with opportunities to reinvent yourself. This is particularly useful for anyone who has faced an existential crisis. By changing your surroundings, you can rediscover yourself and alter your views on your own existence. The answers you seek about life in general may be found in the novelty of living in a new area.

If your goal is to alter certain negative patterns in your life, relocating may be a viable solution. The anxiety-building habits you have developed over time may be the result of where you live. Eliminating negative habits allows room for newer, unsullied thoughts, feelings and actions. Moving to a new location means moving forward. Your lifestyle, relationships and life patterns can change for the better.

By changing your home environment, you can give yourself endless opportunities for reinvention. New social, educational or career prospects may tap into a part of yourself you never knew existed. All of your past sadness, regrets or burdens can be locked away. Relocation therapy lets you appreciate and focus on the freedoms of living a redefined, joyful and peaceful existence.

This information was written by Ken Torrino, web relations for Elliman, brokers for New York City real estate.

 

Sometimes The Hard Way is the Only Way

The elevator is broken; use the Steps.
–Anonymous

By: Hazelden Meditation Series

Sc-4-Elevator-brokenElevators are easy. We push a button and we go right to the top. The way is fast, quick, and silent. We don’t work up a sweat. We don’t get out of breath. We can’t trip and fall. There is not much time to communicate with anyone else along the way so we don’t have to use any effort or thought. We can daydream as we face the front of the car and stare at the numbers as they change from floor to floor.

Some of us are simply living our lives like we are riding elevators. Some of us live “house”. Some of us live the normal routine of wake-up, go to work, come back home, and go to sleep. While others just have it simply – easy! Until we crashed. Until life hits us in the Face!

I will sometimes sweat, stumble, get out of breath in my climb, but I’ll take the time to talk with and learn from others who are taking the Steps with me.

 

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Fine Tuning our Bearings – A great Analogy to Reaching Goals

English: Side wins sailing

English: Side wins sailing (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We must continuously fine-tune our bearings.

No one can set sail and expect to forget the wind. First you stand in the open air, feel the wind touch your face, and take note of its direction and force. Then you set your sail to carry your boat toward your goal. And you continue to recheck the wind because it is ever changing.

We might wish we could nail down our achievements when we finally reach them, stop the march of time, or keep our loved ones safe where they are. Just when we think we have everything together, something changes. Children grow up, jobs change, new neighbors move in next door. Like a sailor, we must continuously fine-tune our life bearings. Whether a change is welcome or not, we must respond.

Our main choice is not what will change but how we respond. If we hold too tightly to willful thinking, we are not attuned. But if we make peace with change, we grow. We will be transformed into more than we could ever imagine.

Lucky Success – How to get lucky

Edmund Wilson - Gelatin silver print

Edmund Wilson – Gelatin silver print (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Success is just a matter of luck. Ask any failure. —Edmund Wilson

Jim worked very hard all day cleaning cars in a drive-through car wash. He used to have a better job, but he wanted to start a new life so he took what he could get until something better came along. When he got paid, he showed his unemployed brother the check and the brother said, “God, I wish I were you – I’m flat busted! You’re so lucky you got some money!”

Often when we’re feeling sorry for ourselves, it’s because we aren’t willing to change the things we can. Jim didn’t get money because he was lucky – he got it because he changed himself. He changed his attitude from “working in a car wash is degrading” to “I’m proud to take responsibility for myself.”

Today, let me change the things I can and turn self-pity into self-determination.