Finding Balance as Continuous Process
Balance is a continuous process. As you or your
business evolve you’ll find new ways to integrate the different aspects of
your life and business into a whole.
Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang are symbols of balance.
They are the dynamic force of the Tao,
constantly interacting with one another. Problems arise not when the two
forces are battling, but when there is an imbalance between them.
The Five Basic Elements
The Five Basic Elements are Fire, Earth, Water,
Metal, and Wood. According to the ancient Chinese belief, those are the
basic elements of the universe and everything in our word is a compound of
the five elements. These elements are understood as different types of
energy in a state of constant interaction and flux with one another.
The most important of all is the
balance of all five elements.
The energies of yin
and yang are of great importance
in traditional Chinese medicine. The body is healthy only when
yang hold each other in balance. Too much
yang causes heightened organic
activity; too much yin, an
inadequate functioning of the organs.
Balancing Giving and Receiving
Your life can only be in balance when giving
and receiving are in balance. Every interpersonal relationship is built on
this fact of life. He who always gives acts against this principle just as
much as he who only takes. This basic truth is valid without exception
everywhere where people deal with people.
Aligning Your Behavior With Your Beliefs
Balance isn’t an issue of time, but an issue of
choice. It’s about living your values by aligning your behavior with what
you believe is really important.
Maturity is the balance between
courage and consideration.
Balance Out Your Work With Play
"We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we
grow old because we stop playing," wrote George Bernard Shaw.
According to Bruno Gideon,"People whose work
and play are in balance are composed and self-assured, radiating inner
strength. You can be this way, too, and you don't need a doctor or a
pharmacist to get you there. Just listen to your inner voice. It will tell
you what you have to change in order to get in balance. Your inner voice
never lies. And the wonderful thing is – this "medication" has no side
Feng Shui teaches us how to create harmony and balance around us. It is
a 5,000 year old tradition which comes to us from China. The purpose of Feng
Shui is to balance the flow of energy in your immediate environment to
promote harmony, happiness, and success.
Intuitive management is about making the right
decisions at the right time through integrating and balancing left
(analytical) and right (creative) brain management skills.
Balanced Investment Portfolio
When is comes to building your investment
portfolio, finding a balance between your investment needs, strategic goals,
and tolerance for risk is essential.