Do you want more energy? | Health Acupuncture

By: Japanese Acupuncture  05-Apr-2012

Do you want more energy? | Health Acupuncture

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If you feel you don't have enough energy to do all the things you want to do, have a close look at your spending habits:
Nowadays "deficit spending" - spending money which one doesn't actually own but loan - is a widespread phenomenon, and the media suggest that it's a good idea. Many people's credit card balance is constantly near the limit. What happens is that people end up paying a lot more for the stuff they buy, because they have to pay a lot of interest.
Now what does that have to do with your personal energy?
Our patterns and habits in how we deal with things and other people and ourselves are fairly consistent throughout. That means that our money handling habits are very probably the same as our energy handling habits.
So take a moment to think about how you're spending your energy: Are you saving some for when things get rough, or are you constantly spending all you have?


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