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When we practice noticing the indicator that is stress, we can work with the new information rather than avoid or push against it. When we learn to manage day-to-day and how we respond to information and conditions, we grow a sense of control that allows better understanding and trust in managing the BIG (and even the extreme) situations, circumstances, and events. 

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sync.

so satisfying and life giving. Healthy emotional control contributes to healthy environments in schools, homes, and communities. Healthy emotional control is something one can give to others by modeling its use and effectiveness in day-to-day circumstances, situations, and events. Healthy emotional control is a virus we want to share and pass on to others.

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beans.

Living day in creative mode allows for continuous growth, as well as what feels like an abundance of choice and opportunity for new, more desirable outcomes. In this mode, one is tapped into inner resources. Inner resources are naturally abundant as they exist in the nonphysical state of energy flow – wellbeing.

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focus.

Everything available. All at once.The intelligence of a human system to organize input (data) and respond intelligently, effortlessly, meaningfully.To organize sensory input through one’s physical senses is to make meaning and choose next steps in an instant of perceived time – an instantaneous flow. A rhythm.Without inner resources or abilities (ie. skillsets) to regulate one’s thinking, feeling, and urge/impulse to act or behave, it seems there would be no meaningful physical experience.

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