50 minutes ago
6:45am: Your #MorningRoutine sets the tone for the day, #Sundays set the tone for your week. There’s a tone to life that was broken + is being restored. I’m encouraged to see everyone going back to their roots. Families spending time with family. Artists spending time with their art. While some struggle to find their new purpose, with life + daily routines being altered...it’s our time to face our authentic selves + get back to our core roots. A time of awakening. You can run but you can’t hide...For me, it’s been a time to listen + encourage others while trusting myself to hone in on my own spiritual + healing gifts. Trust in faith + in YOUR process. Rather that means being still or taking action amongst the chaos. Be #patient with your process, we are all figuring this out together; some equipped more than others so I’m sharing #MeditationTechniques that helped me... Try it for 5 mins in quiet or as long as you can.
The #ShuniMudra #HandPose in these pictures are also known as the #SealOfPatience. The middle finger represents courage to hold duty and #responsibility. The thumb represents fire and divine nature. When the 2 fingers are placed together it is meant to symbolize and encourage patience, #discernment, focus + #discipline.
How to do the #ShuniMudra
The middle finger and thumb are lightly touching at the tips. Use just enough pressure to feel the flow of energy but not to whiten the fingertips. The remaining three fingers are held out gently, relaxed but not ridged.
Benefits: #ShuniMudra helps to encourage compassion, understanding and patience towards others. Also helps to develop noble thoughts and turn negative emotions into positive ones.
It’s great to use if you feel yourself becoming impatient with or towards someone. For example, if someone you’re meeting is running late, using the Shuni Mudra will help you feel more patience with providing the person running late with more understanding. It also promotes discernment + commitment.
52 minutes ago
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1 hour ago
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1 hour ago
When your coach @makinghealthyswapswithkorinne challenges you to pick 3 words for the month of April and then stick them where you can see them you do!
My 3 words. Given how what we knew to be true, our routines, and our habits suddenly changed 2 weeks ago these 3 words need to be front and center when I feel like I am spiraling out of control.
Am I really present or just showing up and going through the motions?
Continue to be persistent with my goals and actions.
When I lose my patience, everything else starts to unravel. I need to recognize when this is starting to happen before I pass the point of no return. (Usually a screaming crazed medusa looking lunatic that is one sassy comment away from losing her her shit and sending her self to bed)
What are your 3 words for April?
#3words #mindsetiskey #weareallinthistogether #fitmomma #present #persistent #patient #medusa
1 hour ago
Breakfast in queens throne room.
Food pictures... wow... I can't believe the whole world on lockdown.... and it is a Good time to evaluate your priorities and to put Daddy first . . don't worry he will take care of everything. ❤💛🖤🤍 Matthew 6:31-34
Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed?
(For after all these things do the Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.
But seek ye first the kingdom of god and his righteousness and all these things will be added unto you.
Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.
#dj_jazzyjewelz #JehovahJireh #kingofkings #strong #resilient #relentless #strongerwithyou #worthyishisname #onelove #love #peace #patient #kindness #food #breakfast #foodpic
2 hours ago
ENG⬇️Mensaje del 29 de Marzo:
Aunque parezca difícil y cansado, hay que tener paciencia en estos días. Y seguir juntos en esto. No cargueis unos contra otros. Este es el momento de aunar fuerzas. Porque cuando todo esto pase vamos a necesitarnos los unos a los otros.
Message of March 29th:
As difficult as it may seem, and tired, one must be patient these days. And stay together on this. Don't fight each other. This is the time to join forces. Because when all this happens we're going to need each other more than before.
#fortaleza #union #Mensajedeldia #Messageoftheday #strength #IStayAtHome #QuedateEnCasa #WeCanTogether #JuntosPodemos #Paciencia #patient
2 hours ago
STOP STANDING IN YOUR OWN WAY.
Are you letting limiting #beliefs stop you from moving ahead and creating a life you love and desire?
Being aware of our #behavior is the first step in changing it if it’s not helping us create what we desire with our life.
If you try something and nothing comes of it, you can at least say that you gave it your all.
It’s when we know that we are letting #fear stop us, when we are getting in our own way that we feel a sense of unease. Our intuition is telling us what we are capable of doing but we let the #ego run the show…
The Ego says “But what will others think?🤔 And what if we suck?” Your soul doesn’t care about that! It just wants to fully realize itself and doesn’t mind what the outcome is.
Think long and hard at was your heart has been calling you to do but that you haven’t put in motion yet.
We must be #patient with ourselves in the learning process and know that it’s only by taking action that we will learn and grow. 😉
To your success, health and happiness.
#eatpraymaui #maui #hawaiian #kauai #bigisland #inspiration #montagemaui #fourseasonsmaui #mauilifestyle
2 hours ago
Letters of love. I’ve been practicing over recent months writing myself letters from a place of unconditional love. My journals had been ignored for quite some time, but I am so, so grateful that I have opened them again. It’s become my foremost daily spiritual practice.
I imagine what are the words I wish someone else, who is compassionate, kind and loving would say to me.
Showering myself with tenderness, unconditional love and patience is what I’ve been waiting for someone else to do all my life, but now is the time I say them to myself.
I was reminded of this kind and tender practice when I discovered the meditation course of @drshaunashapiro , author of Goodmorning I Love You. And just this morning when I opened my @insighttimer app I listened to author @elizabeth_gilbert_writer talk about how we can face our fear with compassion. It’s a fantastic talk where she shares her insight and experience of writing herself letters sent from unconditional love.
I urge you to jump over to this app and be inspired and uplifted.
Owner, GI Jewellery 🙏🏼🙏🏼 @andcrystals for the beautiful image 💖 .
#mindful #loveletters #unconditionallove #gentle #tender #kind #patient #love #healing #soothing #selfcare #journal
3 hours ago
Nurses are totally underrated and underestimated. 𝙸 𝚠𝚒𝚕𝚕 𝚗𝚎𝚟𝚎𝚛 𝚏𝚘𝚛𝚐𝚎𝚝 𝚠𝚑𝚎𝚛𝚎 𝚖𝚢 𝚛𝚘𝚘𝚝𝚜 𝚊𝚛𝚎. I remember when I was in training, in my clinical rotation or in my daily routine at the ER. How many times was there an inexperienced junior doctor, and a nurse told him what to do. Now during the corona crisis we are all standing together! I mean we did before, (maybe not as close) but how many times did the nurses fight against the doctor, because they actually knew what the patient had. Don’t be so blind for someone else’s opinion, don’t let it be ‚just a nurse‘. We are all in this together.
It’s 3 am, my night shift ends in 3,5 hours if my co-workers let me go 30 min early. This nightshift didn't start well. My first patient died before my shift even started. She is still in her room. My co-workers didn’t have time to bring her downstairs to the pathology. I wanna see her, I don't know how she is going to look like but I am mentally prepared for everything. I was taking care of her since several weeks. She is 60 and had terminal cancer in her medical history.
I remember the first dead body I prepared a few years ago. I actually started talking to him because I wasn’t sure if he was really dead. I thought this way because when I prepared him I thought his thorax was moving- of course it was not, but sometimes imagination’s is playing with you. Back to the dead, her eyes were fully closed. She looked satisfied. She told me since weeks she wants to die. She said she can’t take this pain anymore. The doctors tried everything to get her pain free, but whatever she got, she was still in pain. She said: ‘it’s like being heartbroken, the pain it’s there, you know where it’s coming from, but you can’t do anything against it. Oh and that you rather be heartbroken than having terminal cancer☀️’ she was always smiling, just like right now. I feel sad when I looked at her. She died alone, no family. Just us nurses who are there 24/7, always someone else but someone was always there. I sat next to her, just holding her cold hand. I knew there wasn’t time for this and I should start working but I couldn’t. I felt empty. #moreincomments👇🏼
3 hours ago
#pineapple is one of the easiest fruits you can grow in your yard in #FL🍊RIDA
You need to be #patient the first fruit will take 12-18 months.
Next time you buy a pineapple at the grocery cut the top off and put it in clean fresh water just to start some roots. Then once you see them you can stick it in the ground. It will want lots of #Sunshine and when you water it you can pour right down the center. This plant has leaves that hold that water in.
3 hours ago
AYE MAH SAY MAH TODAY IS SO SPICY. GOOD SUNDAY TO SPIN THOSE BLOCKS — WE’RE BACK WITH THE #GUVEECAKE BY @gashouse_thebrand — THE VERDICT : PASS MAH — THIS TASTE LIKE THEM LIGHT TERPY TYPE WEEDS THAT YALL MAY LIKE. WE EXPECTED IT TO BE MORE HEAVY HITTING CUS OF THE CAKE BUT I WAS WRONG MAH. WE GONNA GRAB MO OF THAT #PLUTO #GASORPASSMAH
3 hours ago
Pre-Quarantine ➡️ A month ago we had the opportunity to go and provide screenings, fluoride varnish, oral hygiene instructions, and talk about the importance of periodontal health to the undergraduate students at UCLA. We had a great time doing this at the health fair! Hope to be able to do this again soon once this whole mess is over. I hope everyone and their families is staying safe and healthy! ☀️🌴😷🧤
3 hours ago
This video shows an 10 weeks gestation fetus that was aborted unintentionally due to placental abruption!!
The patient presented with abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding at an early stage in pregnancy.
Patient said she was diagnosed with "blood behind the placenta". An ED ultrasound confirmed the presence of sub-amniotic hematoma with placental hematoma which caused placental abruption — the premature separation of the normally implanted placenta, leading to the loss of the pregnancy.
In the vast majority of cases, placental abruption is caused by the maternal vessels tearing away from the decidua basalis, not the fetal vessels. The underlying cause is often unknown. A small number of abruptions are caused by trauma that stretches the uterus. Because the placenta is less elastic than the uterus, it tears away when the uterine tissue stretches suddenly. When anatomical risk factors are present, the placenta does not attach in a place that provides adequate support, and it may not develop appropriately or be separated as it grows.
In most cases, placental disease and abnormalities of the spiral arteries develop throughout the pregnancy and lead to necrosis, inflammation, vascular problems, and ultimately, abruption. Because of this, most abruptions are caused by bleeding from the arterial supply, not the venous supply. Production of thrombin via massive bleeding causes the uterus to contract and leads to DIC (disseminated intravascular coagulation).
A miscarriage (or spontaneous abortion) is defined as a spontaneous loss of an intrauterine pregnancy that occurs before the fetus can survive outside the uterus, typically before the 20th week of pregnancy, or in this case even before 12 weeks’ gestation (early miscarriage).
Keep in mind, a miscarriage is a naturally occurring event due to complications and has nothing to do with medical or surgical abortions, or any interruption of the pregnancy!
The video shows the fetus still with its intact amniotic sac after it was spontaneously aborted due to sudden placental abruption. The tiny black dot is the developing eye. The limbs are almost fully developed.