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RZA’s first step was meeting Chinese-born director John Woo, whose films are sampled on some of Wu-Tang’s early albums.That meeting gave the musician insights into the filmmaking process and revealed similarities between directing and making hip-hop music.What we have to say and express in every relationship is so important and essential for great relationships with ourselves and others.So the next time you are holding your important feelings inside, I challenge you to build the self esteem muscle and present your perspective with love and grace.I invite you to press the pause button, reflect on how you want to respond to another person, and talk with them in a non- blaming way.An example would be to let them know, I felt this way, when you did such and such to me rather that saying, ‘you did this to me.’ The more we express our emotions, are honest with ourselves, and respectful of others, the bigger the muscle builds for self esteem.If you express to people how you are feeling rather than holding your feelings inside, you can stand your ground instead of feeling like you’ve been run over.Now I do not recommend blatantly telling people how you feel (in knee- jerk reactive mode) or how they made you feel without the words hitting your wisdom teeth.
From the north on Bill Owens, just cross the loop and take the first right into our parking lot.If you want us to call you back, please include your telephone number, and we will call you back as soon as we check our mail.Andrea Scott, TED* Practitioner We are trained from an early age to deny our feelings. We had a large family (seven children) and my mother, one of the first female lawyers in the fifties, had passed away from an accidental death at thirty six years old. He owned a printing company that promoted other businesses and many well known artists. Whatever was bothering the baby, well, that’s forgotten now, thank goodness! What if we could say to the baby, ‘You feel really sad. Playing a video game, pouring a drink, or plopping down in front of the TV? It is as if we are pacifying an upset baby, rather than allowing ourselves to learn and grow. ’ When the baby finally begins to laugh, we feel much better. The Persecutor is the anxiety, or the uncomfortable emotions. Bunny temporarily rescues you, but the emotions are pushed down even further only to explode when we are overwhelmed. Bunny helps us survive and offers a sense of relief. Bunny does not resolve the issue – it just takes us out of commission for a while – and the inability to fully feel a range of emotions may still be unavailable to you.
Thanks to my Dad I have carried on his wonderful legacy of being the cause, not the effect.