CALORIES IN SPIRITS. IN SPIRITS

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Calories In Spirits


calories in spirits
    in spirits
  • (in spirit) Non-physically; In mood or manner
    calories
  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used to measure the energy value of foods
  • Either of two units of heat energy
  • The energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules)
  • (caloric) thermal: relating to or associated with heat; "thermal movements of molecules"; "thermal capacity"; "thermic energy"; "the caloric effect of sunlight"
  • (caloric) of or relating to calories in food; "comparison of foods on a caloric basis"; "the caloric content of foods"
  • (calorie) a unit of heat equal to the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree at one atmosphere pressure; used by nutritionists to characterize the energy-producing potential in food
calories in spirits - Week 1:
Week 1: Deep breathing,calorie counters,transactional analysis,yoga,cardio exercise (12 Week High Energy Life Plan)
Week 1: Deep breathing,calorie counters,transactional analysis,yoga,cardio exercise (12 Week High Energy Life Plan)
“The concept of energy and the flow of that energy in the human body is the core of the current explosion in healing. The healing principle is to “balance” the energy in the body by using relaxation to counter the body’s reaction to stress.” The Berkeley Holistic Health Center

The High Energy Life Plan integrates all the tools for living a healthy, balanced life. Many times busy people will see or read something that they would love to integrate into their lives. They also lack the time to plan and execute a total health plan.

The High Energy Life for Kindle includes 12 separate ebooks each priced at $2.99. Each week has a number from 1-12 to keep the weeks separate. Each week has individual choices for food/diet choices, exercise choices, and emotional/mental techniques for stress reduction. All the pretests, measurements, references for each of the three categories (diet, exercise, and emotional/mental tools) are given.

Our goal is that each person using the High Energy Life Plan can create and continually change her/his health plan. Health takes effort to maintain. Each of us needs to know what we need to attain our highest level of health.

Daily we are experiencing an overload of information. By using RSS feeds and RSS readers, we have become accustomed to “sound bites”. So the High Energy Diet contains many descriptive links so you may use the individual information that you choose. So instead of our publishing a book for you, we have published all the information links that you can choose to create your own, individual book to use for your High Energy Life.

To increase energy:
Physically—Use exercise to burn off stress reactions and creating your own food plan around the foods you love
Mentally—Learn how to realign your thoughts because your feelings come from your thoughts.
Emotionally—Reparent yourself to heal childhood wounds
Socially—Develop a social network of 5-10 people
Spiritually—Live to become the best you can be
Each of the 12 High Energy Links ebooks contains different topics. This is a master list of the topics for each week.
Week One-

Deep breathing techniques
Calorie needs
Stretching exercises
Beginning meditations
Before losing weight, pay attention to these
Walking as exercise

Week Two-

Balanced life
Being centered
Body scan
Breathing meditation
Types of meditation
Weekly action plan

Week Three-

BMI body mass index
Your observer self-transactional analysis
Sitting-walking-eating meditations
Cardiovascular exercises
Introducing yoga into your life

Week Four—

Affirmations—autosuggestions
30-35 grams of fiber daily
Carbohydrates
Flexibility exercises
Heart rate
Formal walking meditation
Prayer suggestions

Week Five—

Assertiveness
Coping techniques
Creative visualizations
Creativity
Relaxation meditation
Strength training

Week Six—

Autogenic training
Endurance exercise
Job stress management
Mantra meditation
Protein

Week Seven—

Hydrotherapy
Journaling
Loving kindness meditation
Mix and match healing
Self worth
Support system
Time management
Water

Week Eight—

Communication
Reaching a plateau
Nutrition
Progressive muscle relaxation
Partner meditation
Relationships

Week Nine—

Low calorie diets
Empowerment
Fitness
Light therapy
Rational thinking

Week Ten—

Concentration meditation
Forgiveness
Goal setting
Inner child
Interval training
Reflexology

Week Eleven—

Acupuncture
Alexander technique
Compassion
Glycemic index
Massage
Self-hypnosis
Visualization meditation

Week Twelve—

Acupressure
Art therapy
Prayer walking
Raising energy meditation
Therapeutic touch
Age and exercise

“The concept of energy and the flow of that energy in the human body is the core of the current explosion in healing. The healing principle is to “balance” the energy in the body by using relaxation to counter the body’s reaction to stress.” The Berkeley Holistic Health Center

The High Energy Life Plan integrates all the tools for living a healthy, balanced life. Many times busy people will see or read something that they would love to integrate into their lives. They also lack the time to plan and execute a total health plan.

The High Energy Life for Kindle includes 12 separate ebooks each priced at $2.99. Each week has a number from 1-12 to keep the weeks separate. Each week has individual choices for food/diet choices, exercise choices, and emotional/mental techniques for stress reduction. All the pretests, measurements, references for each of the three categories (diet, exercise, and emotional/mental tools) are given.

Our goal is that each person using the High Energy Life Plan can create and continually change her/his health plan. Health takes effort to maintain. Each of us needs to know what we need to attain our highest level of health.

Daily we are experiencing an overload of information. By using RSS feeds and RSS readers, we have become accustomed to “sound bites”. So the High Energy Diet contains many descriptive links so you may use the individual information that you choose. So instead of our publishing a book for you, we have published all the information links that you can choose to create your own, individual book to use for your High Energy Life.

To increase energy:
Physically—Use exercise to burn off stress reactions and creating your own food plan around the foods you love
Mentally—Learn how to realign your thoughts because your feelings come from your thoughts.
Emotionally—Reparent yourself to heal childhood wounds
Socially—Develop a social network of 5-10 people
Spiritually—Live to become the best you can be
Each of the 12 High Energy Links ebooks contains different topics. This is a master list of the topics for each week.
Week One-

Deep breathing techniques
Calorie needs
Stretching exercises
Beginning meditations
Before losing weight, pay attention to these
Walking as exercise

Week Two-

Balanced life
Being centered
Body scan
Breathing meditation
Types of meditation
Weekly action plan

Week Three-

BMI body mass index
Your observer self-transactional analysis
Sitting-walking-eating meditations
Cardiovascular exercises
Introducing yoga into your life

Week Four—

Affirmations—autosuggestions
30-35 grams of fiber daily
Carbohydrates
Flexibility exercises
Heart rate
Formal walking meditation
Prayer suggestions

Week Five—

Assertiveness
Coping techniques
Creative visualizations
Creativity
Relaxation meditation
Strength training

Week Six—

Autogenic training
Endurance exercise
Job stress management
Mantra meditation
Protein

Week Seven—

Hydrotherapy
Journaling
Loving kindness meditation
Mix and match healing
Self worth
Support system
Time management
Water

Week Eight—

Communication
Reaching a plateau
Nutrition
Progressive muscle relaxation
Partner meditation
Relationships

Week Nine—

Low calorie diets
Empowerment
Fitness
Light therapy
Rational thinking

Week Ten—

Concentration meditation
Forgiveness
Goal setting
Inner child
Interval training
Reflexology

Week Eleven—

Acupuncture
Alexander technique
Compassion
Glycemic index
Massage
Self-hypnosis
Visualization meditation

Week Twelve—

Acupressure
Art therapy
Prayer walking
Raising energy meditation
Therapeutic touch
Age and exercise

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BeingHappy.
BeingHappy.
Folks ... I think I am losing this one. Just spent the afternoon browing the local Tesco's for safe foods. Foods that I think I'm allowed to eat. Basically, foods that are extremely low in Calorie/Fat/Sugar. And I came away with a jar of mustard, Nimble bread and a bag of sugarfree candy. Somehow I just cannot help it. I do want to get better but just cannot bring myself to eat normally. I even tried stocking my pantry with biscuits and chocolates but end up giving it away or simply finding some excuse to chuck them in the bin lest, I suffer horribly in a LateNightBinge. And you know what the worst part is? Its the fact that I cannot find, for the life of me someone to whom I can talk to about these issues. No, scratch that, I mean someone to talk with. And even if I manage to speak to someone about it, there is still the problem of trying to sound coherent after arranging the string of jumbled messages passing through my head. And you know what is the weird bit? I don't know why, but being hungry and seeing those pounds drop off actually makes me happy. I am not without concerned souls though. A kindly Indian nurse remarked to me the other day that she has never seen me eat in all the time I have been working there. She then said that she wanted to share half her lunch with me. And you know what? I felt so touched by her gesture. I declined however as I knew her kindliness would result in a massive guilt at some point later. My Ex is now worried enough to start sending me chocolates and cookies almost every day. She said that there is now a very big difference in the way I used to look and feel and the way I present myself now. This actually got me thinking. Because you see folks, I turn 36 next week. Some say its young. Some say I will be middle aged. But why do I feel so old? Not only that, I feel that the older I get, the more limited my choices seem to be. For instance. I was once a lawyer. I was once a legal writer. I was once a teacher of jurisprudence. I was even once a darn good pianist who managed to produce two singles. But as I got older, my insecurities just got compounded and reduced greatly my ability to cope with the world around me. I can now add ... I was once a stockroom assistant in WH Smith, a stock-picker in a craft house and a gardener in a garden centre. I seem to have gone from powerful positions to seeking employment where I get told what to do. My last job was like that I believe, as eventhough I helped to run a multinational company with almost two dozen principals, I was always the one to bear the hard work. Granted that it was the norm for such an effort, the mere fact that my boss took me for granted gave me little in building my self-esteem. There is not a day that goes by that I don't shudder from my boss's atrocities towards me. But why is it so difficult to make sense of anything around me? All I do know is that there are certain things that do make me happy. Most of those things I have already talked about here. Its those other things that drive me insane. Those other things which are so readily available to other people. And by those things I mean the simple things like making friends, having some sort of family and even finding someone who actually likes me. The preoccupation of finding kindred spirits has made me run away from home, self-harm, break my heart, shatter my spirits and finally stop me from eating. I spoke about the 'hole' in my chest before and somewhere along the line, I stopped trying to fill it and be counted as a proper cogent being and instead, am now making it larger by starving and simply making myself disappear. A fact I tried just the other day to relate unsuccessfully to a co-worker. But by my usual masking my speech with GeneralWit, it simply came out as a Grand Joke. Perhaps I should just let go? Just stick to comic books, cartoons and starships and give up trying to fit in anywhere. And just forget food altogether. After all, it never makes you full you know ...
FridayNight.
FridayNight.
Picture this ... Somewhere close to you there is this party with gorgeous lingerie models, fine food and some of the most influential people in the county. There are tables of fine ales and spirits from some of the more obscure parts of Europe. There is also a live stand-up comedian, several singers and a whole host of exotic dancers. Now picture this ... You have been invited as one of the guests of honour by the very subject in whose honour the party is held. Great eh? But now picture this ... You decide not to go. You decide that you're too ugly for such a crowd. That you'd feel miserable and spend the whole evening hiding behind a huge fuschia bush sipping a diet lemonade. Instead you'd tell them thank you, but no. And you decide to stay at home with a small bowl of plain boiled rice, a Superman comic and a little diet cherryade. Not only that, you tell them that not only that you won't go, but that if they ever find the nerve to invite you again, you'd move and never speak to them again. Great eh? Then when you finally formulate a ValidReason why you did what you did was SuchAGreatIdea, you decide to treat yourself with some TicTacs from the local convenience store. Then while there, you suddenly bump into some of the aforesaid models enroute to the party, stopping for some cigarettes. One of them notices you and wispers to the others, asking why you are not dressed and already living it up at the party, since you were such close friends of the GuestOfHonour. You then decide to hide in the aisles containing dog food until the aforesaid models clear out of the store, much to the stupefied gawps of the boozy FridayNightMenfolk. Then you have a store assistant come over and ask you if you need assistance buying dog food. Then clutching your low calorie sweets, you pay for them and run back home, locking the door and crying StupidTears while eating those low calorie gems. And drinking cherryade, waiting for those E-numbers to DoNiceThings to your brain. Allofasudden you realise that you are going to turn 36 on Monday and there is no possible way of making yourself better or avoiding those 'Happy Birthday!' comments from well-wishers at work. All of them thinking that you're SuchANiceGirl when you are waging a PrivateWar with yourself. And losing. Then you realise your BestFriend, that Bear you quite fond of is not where she should be. By that hot water bottle on the bed. It takes you ages to find her. And by the time you do, you're already worked up a panic. And to calm yourself down, you drink some more of that cherryade. By this time, the rice, sweets and cherryade already consumed results in an almighty pain in your tummy. Finding your Bear underneath the sofa, you dust her and take her to bed, to finish of the comic and hoping to drift off to sleep. Unable to do so, you decide to sort FrankTheCamera out and take a picture of that errant Bear and perhaps check your Flickr account ...

calories in spirits
calories in spirits
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