Bill Noon Healing Freedom

Christmas – is the Goose getting fat?

Control the calories before and during Christmas so January doesn’t see you FAT

It is the old rhyme that features the Goose being fattened ready for the Christmas feast. Don’t follow in the steps of the Goose getting fat from eating too much in a short period of time. Extra weight is often put on during the Christmas celebrations when large amounts of food in the home somehow signifies wealth and happiness. At festive times there is always a list of highly calorific foods available. If you are going to eat any of these high calorie rich food goodies e.g. mince pies, rich fruit cake, hand made chocolates then take control and limit what you eat. Check out the calorie count before you buy or eat any of these seasonal celebratory foods. The same goes for alcoholic drinks, moderation is always a valid path to take.

Try swapping something out of your normal meal when you have one of these treats. For example cut out bread and butter for the base of a sandwich and have a wrap instead or use large lettuce leaves stuffed with your choice of filling. There are plenty of ideas for healthy lower calorie foods and meals on the internet – having a balance is the aim of any good meal and diet.

Some people get caught up eating or even gorging on these high calorie foods at Christmastime due to stress or upset, so try relaxing quietly on your own for 5 or 10 minutes. Just have a quiet day dream imagine somewhere special for example a favourite holiday place.

So don’t wait for January until you see the FAT problem.  Christmas is coming and so is January, New Year resolutions can start now and get you ready to avoid extra FAT and weight gain.

Good Luck.

Sir Jimmy Savile – a year after his death the truth is out!!

The Silent Saint????? Not anymore, just an accused child abuser and user.

This man once admired and loved by many has moved on from our world to another and is now in disgrace as appalling information comes to light about his secret or maybe not so secret past. For me although he was a popular broadcaster and personality he was also a person who dedicated his time and energy to helping hundreds, probably thousands of people to have a better future now all of this has been marred and soiled by his private predatory behaviour towards young people who trusted him.  Yes he did use his celebrity status to gain a stronger profile for charitable causes yet he obviously used this powerful position to put people in fear of him so that he could manipulate them for his own sexual pleasures. He seemingly did his own thing with numerous young women even under cover of the BBC and his behaviour is now officially part of an official enquiry by the police. For him he has no questions to answer as he is dead, leaving many people full of anger knowing that some important questions will never get the answers they deserve.

All of us who admired him are now disgusted that he could be this monster of a person, no matter what enquiries are  made there can be no punishment for him only the people who are left behind enduring the awful memories that they have hidden for so many years.

So what was Sir Jimmy’s secret? how could he dedicate himself to selfless tasks for example as a hospital porter, the charity jogging & walks and his work at Stoke Mandeville Hospital where he helped to raise money for the Spinal Unit, NSIC (National Spinal Injuries Centre).  His secret was something that we could never imagine the ideal cover and keys to the many doors to accessing his prey. The young and at risk individuals some who were fighting hard to overcome physical challenges should not have been placed at this kind of risk.

There will be many people who are still grateful for the long and productive life of Sir Jimmy Savile, for his help and kindness on all levels to people from all walks of life, sadly all of that good work will be tainted forever now by his secret molestations of underage children.

 

Talking Helps

Conversation – A Time to Chat

So often in this busy life that we lead time for whole hearted, honest conversation is at a premium. When you do manage to find some free time, getting together with family or friends for a free flowing chat isn’t always easy for a range of reasons. Luckily this weekend we have been fortunate enough to have a nephew stay with us and to catch up on what has been happening in his life the ups (which there are many) and the downs (very few).

He is a student in his final year and is excited about his future however there are areas of his future that he is nervous about and it was great to be asked for my thoughts and views on the issues he raised. In my role of  Hypnotherapist it would be unethical for me to treat him as a client, general talking and exploring different aspects of his plans as a caring Uncle is fine. So needless to say a few hours over dinner soon led into an engaging, enlightening marathon event that took us way into the early morning.

Being the mirror into which my nephew could reflect was interesting I started to see the real person with the attributes that I hadn’t noticed before perhaps because he is now an adult or the chance to talk and engage with each other was such a long time coming.

From a professional point of view from training in Hypnotherapy and NLP, building a rapport is a key to success with your client. So that is what we did naturally without trying or being aware of the need for an agenda, just a warm lengthy good natured discussion. Perhaps we should make more time to spend talking with family and friends, I’m sure we would feel better.

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