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Believe you can achieve greatness in your life, by embracing your quirky. The best investment you can make, is in yourself.
I created and developed my Embrace Your Quirky philosophy, to overcome depression. This philosophy is about being your authentic self no matter what, and embracing who you are in every aspect of your life. I want to help you to embrace your quirky, to fulfil your goals, ambitions and dreams, in both your life and business!
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You will notice I have links to all of my 8 Facebook pages from this one page. That’s because I am building a quirky empire.
Here are my many titles and links:
Blog Trainer UK
Redundancy Breakthrough specialist
Owner of beatredundancyblues
Author of: Break through the barriers of redundancy to get back into work – An A-Z ‘How to’ guide – Coming soon to Amazon
Every day you should be having the party of your life, doing something that you love. You are never too old to do whatever you want to do in your life. Stop thinking and worrying about what others think, and start living for what you love. Live life to the max and embrace your quirky.
This video is taken from my http://www.quirkybooks.wordpress.com blog, but is ideal for beating your redundancy blues.
I created and used my Embrace Your Quirky philosophy to overcome depression, without medication. Embrace your quirky, is all about being your authentic self, no matter what! I want to help others to embrace their quirky, to lead a happy and fulfilling existence, in both their life and business. Throughout 2015, I am going to be doing a series of Embrace Your Quirky videos, all about how to embrace your quirky, in many different situations, covering a variety of topics.
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Keep embracing your quirky and stay positive
Wherever there is light, there is hope!
Even on the darkest of days
When the shadows cast their ugly spell.
Even in the rain fill hours and the blood spilled days,
There is hope.
Wherever there is laughter,
There is light,
Wherever there is light, there is life.
Wherever there is life, there is hope.
Wherever there is sadness and despair,
Bitterness and hatred,
Light will always be there.
When light takes hold of you and cuddles you in its arms,
When it propels you forward, with all its charm,
When it sings you a lullaby,
When you feel like dying or want to cry,
When you had almost given up,
The light of love shines from above,
It nurses you back to strength and vitality,
It makes you see the light
And now you see me.
I have always been here watching you,
Looking out for you,
And bringing you hope too.
Because wherever there is hope
There is light.
Wherever there is light
You can finally see the night,
You can experience the moon and the stars,
You can look forward to tomorrow
And the next day, and the next.
For wherever there is light there is hope
And wherever there is hope, there is always light.
Cast away the shadows,
Free yourself from the dark,
Put your best foot forward
And grab that quirky spark,
The one that’s unique to you
And all that you do.
Look forward and never look back,
if you can do that forever,
You with find the meaning of true love,
A love of life
And a will to
Never give up!
Don’t be afraid to be emotional and to let your emotions out. There is nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, being emotional, can be good for you.
When you feel an emotion, but keep it locked inside you, that is in effect, exactly what you are doing. You are embedding it deep within your soul, and that is no good for anyone.
If you talk whilst angry, it’s not good, but sometimes being angry, in the moment, gets the feeling of anger out and you can calm down quickly. Notice, I said talk.
If you need to scream, scream, just try not to scream at someone. At worse, they will never speak to you again, at best, you will need to apologise. Try saying – I feel angry right now.
If you love someone and wished you didn’t anymore, by fighting it and giving yourself a hard time about it, the feelings of love and longing for that person, can intensify and linger. In order to free yourself from the feeling of love, you must first accept that you do love, by allowing yourself to feel it, however difficult and horrid that may be.
If life is getting you down and you feel like crying, just do it. By holding your tears in, you can’t get them out and no good feelings can get in.
Allowing yourself to feel negative emotions, in the moment, such as pain, anger, hurt or grief, enables you to get over them faster and feel better quicker.
Of course, being emotional can be a positive experience. It can help you to feel other’s pain; to empathise and sympathise. It can facilitate a deep and meaningful existence and relationship with others.
Being emotional can be fantastic for a career in writing, because it lets you to get into the mind, soul and spirit, of your characters, so they can lead you to tell their story.
Being emotional, makes us human and that’s a fantastic thing.
So next time someone says to you – you are so emotional. Take it as a compliment. Say, I know it’s great. It’s wonderful to feel alive and be able to connect with others in a profound way. Don’t run from your emotions, but embrace them.
Embrace every quirky thing about you and remember how being emotional, can be good for you.
Many a time I hear people saying, I am too old for this or that. Why?
I hear people say I can’t do that now, but I used to do that when I was younger. What’s stopping them from doing it now?
People say I did that, but now I am a grown up. Like not doing a specific thing, makes you grown up, it doesn’t. Being grown up, means different things to different people. Being grown up, in the real sense, means you have physically grown in some way. ‘Grown up’ is a concept and a state of mind.
However, being grown up also comes with stereotypes of what society generally dictates, is acceptable to do, at a certain age.
Being quirky, and embracing my own quirky, you can imagine that I break and defy most of these and I have no shame in doing so.
Having had counselling in the past for depression, I learnt a little about the concept of the inner child and parent within me. At the time, I didn’t really fully grasp the concept. It was after freeing myself from depression, with no medication, and doing a lot to help myself, that I began to understand how these played a vital role in my recovery. Nowadays,the parent and child roles within me, are crucial in maintaining my own mental health and wellbeing each and every day, so as not to fall back into a depressive state.
The parent within me, loves me and nutures me. It gives me positive self talk. It gives me comfort, hope, support and reasoning. If I ever feel down, it lets me know that things will improve and get better. It’s always there in the background should I need it.
The child within me, is no longer just within me, it is me, and I Iove it. It allows my creative mind to be unleashed, to think for itself, to be free flowing and to guide, lead and tell me what to do next. It does this in the most profound and magical way and I am blessed. It’s great for writing, coming up with creative solutions and living a quirky life that is rich with diversity, rewarding and fulfilling.
I encourage you to unleash your inner child. To let go of your inhibitions that stop you from thinking freely and creatively, and that imprison your mind.
Young children try new things, they want to do what pleases them. They like to explore new things. They express themselves freely in the moment, without worrying about what other’s think. They are a bundle of energy and life. If someone tells them they can’t do something, they want to defy the odds, go their own way and just do it. By finding and using these inner child attributes as an adult, there are no limits to what you can accomplish in your life.
By unleashing your inner child, it will free you from the restrictive thoughts and limiting beliefs of your own mindset. This will set you free on the path to success in every aspect of your life. You can be your authentic self. You can be truly unstoppable.
In my past life, as I refer to it, I was old before my time. Now, although I am older in birth certificate age, I am younger, and the authentic quirky me, who I was always born and meant to be. My time for living a young, quirky life, is now. I have unleashed my inner child. How have you unleashed yours?
Tell me your thoughts.
Stay positive and keep beating your redundancy blues.