Most everyone has had a first job,
that original place of work where they learned
about work etiquette and how to interact within a
crew. It can be scary stuff to suddenly be thrown
into a world completely foreign to what you've
known before. So it is with the third dimension.
There are intricacies to it that are hard to
recognize without the experience to know what
works and what doesn't. So, even though we've done
this job over and over lifetime after lifetime,
moving up into a management position means being
able to manage ourselves and our health. What does
that mean? It means recognizing who is in charge
of our lives and what motivates our decisions. It
may seem obvious that we're in charge of our own
lives but find that isn't always the case upon
We tend to be pulled one way or
another based on demands on our time and feel
there's never enough of that time to go around.
Social media can generate a fear of missing out on
something that may be happening while we're busy
doing other things. Scientists suggest four things
to help regulate the neurotransmitters that
control much of our lives. Those neurotransmitters
are affected by things like too much time in front
of a computer screen, not enough vitamin D,
stress, anxiety and depression. Bringing those
into balance will make life feel less like a job
or even a working vacation. Life should be
appreciated fully witch takes some effort to make
happen should life not be meeting with
expectations. Here are those four suggestions:
Stay active: Exercising when you're feeling down
and lack motivation can be particularly difficult.
However, exercise has been proven to help increase
serotonin levels in the brain. Start with
something easy, such as taking a walk.
Get outside: Sunlight helps boost neurotransmitter
levels in the brain.
Change your diet: Coffee has been shown to
increase serotonin and dopamine levels, although
it can lead to withdrawal if you decide to cut
back. Eating foods high in omega-3 fatty acids
boosts serotonin levels.
Manage your stress: Adding stress-relieving
activities to your day can help improve mood and
boost neurotransmitter levels. For example,
meditation has been shown to increase dopamine
levels in the brain.
Karra was a healer before she was an
ambassador and spends a lot of time studying the
human body due to our being twin souls. She sees
how patterns, routines and everyday life can lead
to unhealthy lifestyles as the ongoing pandemic
has given a new definition to the word normal.
Happily, things are improving with restrictions
being lifted that had kept many indoors which only
exasperated the problem. These last three years
has changed our society in ways that have been
good, bad and necessary. It has created an
environment that if it was a job, it would be the
ones in balance that would be the success stories.
Those who took the steps needed to become the
professionals called on when others have thrown up
their hands. Then again, if life was a job,
showing up to work would be a joy for those of us
who are part of the union called the Galactic
In love, light and wisdom as one,