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Who Moved My Cheese

'Who Moved My Cheese?' )
By Dr. Spencer Johnson, presents an amazing way to deal with change in work and life.

◆ 'Cheese' – is a metaphor for what we want to have in life, a job, a relationship, money, a big house, freedom, health, recognition, spiritual peace, or even an activity like jogging or golf.
◆ Everyone has own idea of what Cheese is and we pursue it because we believe it makes us happy. 
◆ If we get it, we often become attached to it. And if we lose it, or it’s taken away, it can be traumatic.
◆ Having cheese makes us happy.
◆ The more important cheese is to us, the more we want to hold onto it.
◆ Smell the cheese often, to know when it is getting old.
◆ Movement in a new direction helps find new cheese.
◆ If we do not change, we can become extinct.
◆ When a person moves beyond fear, feels free.
◆ Imagining myself enjoying new cheese, even before finding it, leads to it.
◆ The quicker a person lets go off old cheese, the sooner can find new cheese.
◆ It is safer to search for cheese throughout maze (life) than remain in cheeseless situation.
◆ Old beliefs do not lead to new cheese.
◆ When we see that we can find & enjoy new cheese, we change course.
◆ Noticing small changes early helps adapt to bigger changes that are to come.

◆ Change happens, anticipate change, monitor change, adapt to change, quickly change, enjoy change !
◆ Be ready to change quickly & enjoy it again !

The Anti - Allergy Vitamin

So much has been said in praise of Vitamin C. So it is not surprising that it is also effective in treating allergic reactions like hay fever. It is recommended taking Vitamin C in the form of ascorbate rather than ascorbic acid. When taken in ascorbic acid form, it can cause gastro-intestinal disorders. To fight an allergic reaction, you should consume up to 8 grams. 5 grams are necessary, on average. Start with a dose of 3 grams. Every three hours, take another 1 or 2 grams, until the symptoms disappear completely.