Lubię jesień. Dla mnie jest magiczna, melancholijna, sprzyja wielu przemyśleniom, refleksjom, snuciu planów. Często słyszę, że jesień to również okres przygnębienia, braku motywacji, poczucia ograniczenia, apatii, smutku (przypominam przy okazji o konieczności suplementowania wit.D!). A jeśli już o ograniczeniach mowa- warto dowiedzieć się nieco więcej o autosabotażu, czyli sytuacji, w której działamy na własną niekorzyść, szkodzimy sami sobie.
Autosabotaż może przybierać formę:
- nie podejmowania działań, jakichkolwiek prób- zakładanie z góry, że „nie uda mi się”,
- tworzenia negatywnych narracji na swój temat oraz swoich kompetencji/umiejętności,
- wyznaczania sobie nierealistycznych celów,
- zbliżania się do celu i wycofywania w ostatnich etapach jego realizacji,
- tkwienia w toksycznych relacjach,
- niedotrzymywania słowa samemu sobie.
Tymczasem dobrej niedzieli! 👯♀️
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how i use a whiteboard to study:
hey guys! this is a question i get a lot so i wanted to make an updated post on how i use my whiteboards!
i use them in two ways: for content review and exam review.
for content review, like memorizing amino acids or the krebs cycle, i love rewriting it out. the first time, i’ll draw whatever it is out. i’ll repeat that until i find myself not referencing the full version. then i’ll switch to drawing out a backbone, and fill it in as much as possible from there. for ochem, this could be drawing out an initial structure then noting all the reagents and drawing out all the structures in between (my synthesis flowchart that i now have on my etsy is what i did that with)! then, if it’s something like the krebs cycle, just write out as much as you can from memory until you don’t have to reference! writing by hand is one of the most effective study methods, and whiteboards are a great, eco friendly way to do that!
this method is also great for studying anatomy: drawing out and labeling the structures is incredibly helpful!
for exams, i make huge reference boards with all the content i may need to know (this whiteboard was for my ACS ochem exam, which tested BOTH semesters of ochem). same as before, i rewrite it over and over until i feel like i’m not referencing my old whiteboards to do so.
when i’m totally done, i take photos of them and rewrite them when i come back! by the time of the exam, i can write most of it by memory!
it’s a super eco-friendly way to study and helps a ton! let me know if you have questions!!! what’s your favorite way to study?
and before anyone says it- yes. it was so fun to erase
also... get you some @wearfigs joggers. they’re so cute with scrub tops AND t-shirts
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Normally, we live life in a constant state of reactive accumulation, where we are simply adding more and more emotional/thought patterns into our subconscious that later push us into behaving in the ways that were common for us in the past— meaning that if we were prone to reacting with anger to difficult situations we will continue doing so when new situations remind us of past moments where we felt anger. The mind will literally repeat the emotions it has most often felt, because that is what it knows best.
Once we say yes to healing and growth we open the door that used to keep the patterns of the past locked away, through a practice that increases our awareness and helps the barrier between the conscious and subconscious become lighter and permeable, the imprints we used to accumulate everytime we felt an intense emotion start coming up to the surface so that they can be released.
Sometimes these old imprints bring with them visceral emotions, tough feelings that have been locked away that now have the space they need to evaporate during moments of practice and awareness. An important part of letting go is feeling without reinforcing— you can be honest with yourself about the heavy emotions that are coming up and choose not to act them out or make them worse. When we can feel them without being fully consumed by them they release at a faster rate.
Tough emotions and agitated thoughts cannot takeover your life when you meet them with ease, acceptance and calmness. If you meet the rough parts of you with gentleness they will melt away, leaving you lighter and giving you more space to act from a place of wisdom. All you need to do is be okay with not being okay during tense moments of release.
Is there a practice that is helping you let go?
Sending love to all beings. May we all find a practice that helps us let go. May we all continue reclaiming our power. May we all be happy and free.
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