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Love Thyself First

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

Monday, July 18, 2011

Buddha said, “You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” The question is not should you love yourself but do you love yourself? I am not speaking of a vain, self-righteous, selfish love but rather a love of self-acceptance and understanding.

Loving yourself isn’t easy, about four years ago it was brought to my awareness that I didn’t really love myself.  Looking in the mirror and realizing I couldn’t say, “ I love you” to the person staring back at me was an eye opener.  I came to the realization like many that I didn’t really know myself enough to love myself.  It has been a constant journey and much like life it is a journey that continues as long as our breath continues. Learning to love myself has allowed me to in turn truly love others.

When you look in the mirror what do you see? Do you see a person created in God’s perfect image or a myriad of imperfections? To fully love oneself means to have self-respect, a positive self-image, and unconditional self-acceptance.   Loving yourself without reservation or saying “I love myself, but…” It is important to realize every person, bears their own unique characteristics and qualities.  We all vary in talent and ability. No one is perfect and it is those imperfections that make us an individual.  It is important that we know that we all have the ability to work on ourselves and are never done evolving into a better version of ourselves.

In order to love yourself more you must understand yourself more.  Just as in a relationship, getting to know someone allows you to better understand that person and from that understanding comes a greater level of acceptance. Start by realizing you are human and that you have the potential and capability to rise above anything that gets in your way.   It is important that you look and feel your best and to do so you must take care all aspects of yourself: physically, emotionally, and chemically.  You must love yourself enough to want the best for yourself in all areas and not just in a specific area.  Everything in life is about balance and moderation.

Physically, make sure you stay active by exercising and moving about.  Motion is life, making exercise a key aspect of longevity.  Chemically, we are organic beings and not chemical beings, make sure you eat proper foods and take in adequate water.  Remember food is fuel.  Emotionally, take time for yourself and just be still, continually learn, and meditate or pray and listen to God’s sweet voice.  All three aspects are important to maintain an overall level of wellness that creates life’s balance.  Chiropractic is awesome as it maintains nervous system function and addresses all three areas.  It has been an integral part in my journey to love myself for who I was created.

Loving yourself is a crucial foundation for all your relationships, because in order to love another you must first love yourself.  It is impossible to love another more than you love yourself, therefore loving yourself sets the standard for loving others.  By loving yourself more you actually have more love for others and the world needs more love.  So go ahead fall in love with yourself.

“You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.” –Dr. Seuss

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha Nessler, Innate Girl

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Weird vs. Normal: Where Do You Fall?

Monday, June 13, 2011

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

Define weird.  I am becoming more and more confused about the word weird and what it means.  I also am unclear as to whether or not I want to be called weird. I am not really sure that I am the weird one.   More and more I am thinking that weird should be the new “normal” and I may just be ok with being weird.   Bottom line I believe that “weird” is really normal.

I love my life and I want to live it full out. I always say that I want to fulfill my purpose and live out my journey rather than have to stop my journey because I am unable to fulfill my purpose.  In other words, I want to be healthy, wealthy, agile, and surrounded by people I love.  It sure beats the alternative: old, crippled, broke, and alone! My wants define my daily actions.  Wanting to be healthy, wealthy, agile, and surrounded by loving like-minded people while I live my life full out means that I need to defy the social “norm”. To get different results you have to do things differently.

It has been said that doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results equates to being insane.  Our society is clearly insane. It has been proven that working out increases your overall wellness, decreases your chances of heart disease, elevates your mood, and prolongs your life.  Yet, people remain sedentary? It has been proven that a diet high in fruits & vegetables, lean meats, nuts, and healthy fats is the appropriate fuel to run the human body at full capacity.  Yet, people eat processed foods and ignore the negative affects of the chemicals in these foods? Pharmaceuticals are constantly being pulled off the market for their horrible side effects, causing death, and manifesting more symptoms.  Yet, people continue to believe that the newest pill is the magic pill? Water increases our metabolism, rids our body of toxins, and hydrates our cells; it is vital for life.  Yet, people ignore water to quench their thirst with a soda full of chemicals? Artificial sweeteners are neuro toxins and cause cancer and diabetes, and paralyze the belly of the muscle while poisoning EVERY cell in the human body.  Yet, people say they have to have one because they are addicted, yeah they are; they are chemically addicted.  Vaccines have numerous side effects that range from autism to weakened immune system to paralysis to death.  Yet, out of fear people continue to get these poisons injected into them without even knowing why? The list goes on and to me it is all so weird but in today’s society it appears to be normal.

I have a different definition of normal.  I define normal eating as consuming wide ranges of fruits and vegetables, eating healthy nuts and fats, lean meat for protein, and eliminating grains and dairy. So I follow this for my meal plans. Exercise is important, both aerobic and anaerobic, and I believe that movement creates life.  By working out I know I will increase my life expectancy, decrease dis-ease, and eliminate stress in my life and the feel good endorphins are great tool to stave off depression. So I work out 5 days a week. I know that I need water to increase my overall health, rid my body of toxins, and to hydrate my cells and alkaline water is even better.  So I drink half my body weight in ounces a day.  I believe in the power of positive thought and fully respect that my thoughts create my reality. So I do my best to remain in a positive frame of mind I know that we are not chemical beings and that drugs alter my natural state.  I cringe when I read the negative side effects and have no desire to make one symptom leave and replace it with another.  I know that humans are self -healing and that a balanced nervous system equates to a system free of dis-ease.  I know that dis-ease leads to disease so my chiropractor checks me once a week. I know the power of chiropractic so I get adjusted.   The combination of all the above provides the recipe necessary to live an optimal life.  To me this is normal and to others I appear to be weird.

Weird vs. normal, much like life it is how you look at it.  So, what am I? I’m me and I plan on living my life full out and enjoying every minute of it.  I want to make the most of my journey and make memories along the way.  I want to be pain free, healthy, wealthy, peaceful and in the company of great friends.  And most of all I want to bless others and share my love of life and my knowledge of wellness and if I get called weird along the way so be it! Weird or not you only get one life, live it full out.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha Nessler

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Can You Fall in Love With What You Do?

Dr. Martha’s Monday Motivational

Monday, May 16, 2011

Can you remember the first time you fell “in love”.  I was twelve years old and his name was Greg.  I thought he hung the moon.  He was the cool basketball player and I was a cheerleader.  In my mind he was a hunk and I was a super lucky girl to be “going out” with him. Because we were in love I felt the need to tell everyone.  I wanted to make sure that everyone knew I was head over heels for Greg.  To make sure that everyone was clear he was mine I wrote his name on my jeans in pen (crossing fingers it would be permanent), I scribbled “I heart Greg” on my new white Keds, and made sure when decorating for basketball games my pom-pom hung on the wall by his basketball.  It didn’t matter what others thought, it only matter that they knew I was all about Greg. As a constant reminder to all that he was mine I made sure to talk about him constantly day and night.  Plain and simple, I was in love with Greg!

Looking back I am not sure I was really “in love” or maybe it’s just that my understanding of what “in love” is has just changed.  One thing I do know is that I really, really liked Greg and was passionate about him.  As I have aged falling in love is different, more real and with more substance. I have also come to the realization that falling in love is not limited to finding a mate.

What is falling love? I think it varies from person to person and from personality type to type, especially when we look at its expression.  But, across the board its safe to say that falling in love creates a sense of invincibility that enables an individual do what may be considered “crazy”. The intense emotions that come from falling love almost gives the impression that when in love you are exactly that invincible.

The intensity of being “in love” escalates with age.  Where in junior high you simply write on your jeans or held hands everywhere you went the stakes change.  Driving hundreds of miles to spend a few hours with someone, talking endless hours on the phone, staying awake to talk rather than sleep, or even serenading publicly despite being tone deaf are all things which being in love will drive you to perform.  Just like the stakes change as we age they also change when we go from person to career.

Passion can be equated to falling in love.  We have all met those people who absolutely love what they do.  Their sheer love of what they do evokes strong emotion from all who they come in contact with,  paving a way for others to get lost in their euphoria.  We call these people passionate and you could safely say that they were “in love” with what they do. Just talking to them gets your heart racing you are flooded with feel good endorphins. Listening to them express love for their what they do allows you, for a moment in time, to escape your world and enter into theirs.  Many times their passion evokes such emotion that  you are lead to purchase what they have to sell or find yourself wanting to learn more about their art or product.  Passionate people will do whatever it takes to convey their message.  They will write about it, wear clothing that expresses and educates, spend countless hours enhancing their knowledge, increasing awareness to the public, and the list goes on.  Regardless of what they do it is safe to assume they are in love with their art.

Do people know what you do?  Would people call you passionate? Does your love of what you do evoke an emotion from others? If so, awesome, keep up the great work! If not and it’s what you want then start to take ownership.  Give yourself permission to fall in love with what you do. When we fall in love with a person the return is their love that gives a warmth in our heart and drives us to love more.  Falling in love what you do is similar as it gives a return in the form of fulfillment and purpose compelling us to pour more of ourselves into what we do.  The passion then becomes the fuel that drives us

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha Nessler, Innate Girl

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Let LOVE Light the Allopathic Tunnel of Darkness

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivation

Monday November 29, 2010

I heard this statement the other day, “What comes from the heart reaches the heart.” Upon hearing this I immediately became still.  Sitting there in stillness I began to analyze this statement…knowing it held an abundance of knowledge, I wanted to become VERY clear on where my intention was derived.  This simple statement seemed like the most effective form of communication for any chiropractor.

In conversations with people we have to realize the only thing we can control is what we say…we have no control over how what we say will be taken by those with whom we are in communication.  With the realization that our words are then that much more important…it makes it a necessity that we speak from the heart. The way I see it if we come from the heart it is much more likely to be received with open arms and an open mind.

Being a ciroprac-TOR puts you in a very unique position in your practice member’s lives.  Because Chiroprac-TORs actually make a physical connection with their practice members, hand to spine, there is also a deeper emotional connection. This deep connection often enables people to open up on a much deeper level especially when addressing emotional causes of subluxation.  Many times there are conversations that are difficult to have, making it that much more important that we set our intention and come from the heart. Remember, while the conversations may be difficult they are often necessary and therapeutic.

Conversations around emotional subluxations aren’t the only difficult interactions chiroprac-TORS face on a regular basis.  Conversations around lifestyle choices and healthcare are often very delicate topics.  When dealing with lifestyle choices there is often resistance, denial, and fear.  Coming from a place of love creates an environment of peace where healing can begin to take place.  When discussing health care it’s important to realize that often practice members, especially new practice members, have often been through countless hopeless situations.  Often they feel defeated and scared, with love as your intention it allows you to speak with clarity and certainty, hopefully shining a light through their allopathic tunnel of darkness. Unfortunately the allopathic model as become fear based and does not provide hope making our role in our communities that much more important.

Let me end by saying, D.D. Plamer said, “We have a moral obligation…” which we do and that is to speak the truth about chiropractic and wellness.  Let me add “We have a moral obligation which is best received from the heart to be more apt to reach the heart”. So, in your daily conversations set your intention and come from a place of love.  You may only have one shot to impact an individual and while you have no guarantee how what you say will be taken the “from the heart to the heart” method seems like your best bet.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha, Innate Girl

 

 

 

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August 2, 2010 Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

“I am a little pencil in the hand of a writing God who is sending a love letter to the world. -Mother Teresa” God is love and we should be too.  Especially in today’s world  there is such a need for love. Everyone is seeking it and very few people know where to obtain love. Be an effervescent fountain of love showering everyone you come in contact with and watch lives transform in your midst.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

My Why:

When I heard this quote tears filled my eyes.  We live in a world filled with hurting people. Daily I see them and come in contact with them, it’s hard not to hurt for them.  The worst is that they often hurt so terribly that they end up hurting others with whom they come in contact with. A good friend of mine once told me to remember that hurting people hurt people…it really is so true.  I try and always remember this thought when I end up being a target of their hurt.  I have come to realize that it is so hard to give love when you have no love.  So, rather than being frustrated and angry with hurting or retaliating at them, I simply return LOVE.  Know that your little bit of love may be the seed that grows within the hurting person. Remember you are a part of God’s love letter, write your own chapter.

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February 15, 2010 Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivation

ALWAYS come from a place of LOVE.  Remember: love is patient, kind, hopeful, selfless, faithful, and limitless AND you should be too! Remember LOVE is the highest vibration! Give love. Receive love.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

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2009 Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

“Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational” is published every Monday.  It was first sent out on April 27, 2009 and has followed every Monday consecutively since then.  The purpose of Dr. M’s MMM is to ignite passion in individuals. It is geared toward chiropractors and the chiropractic profession.  Hundreds of chiropractors receive it via text message first thing in the morning! Enjoy the year in review.

April 27, 2009

To my TMC Friends:

Conference is over.  Today is when you put into play all that the wonderful weekend had to offer.  I challenge you to serve with more passion, expand until you are uncomfortable, love your community without limits, and start giving the American sickcare the facelift that it needs.  Remember, “catch on fire and people will come for miles to watch you burn.” –John Wesley

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

May 4, 2009

Today in your office remember the power of human touch.  We are so lucky in our profession that we are able to connect with our patients on such a deep level.  Be focused today and enjoy the power of the adjustment with your patients! “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched.  They must be felt with the heart.” –Helen Keller

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

May 11, 2009

Prefontaine said, “To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice the gift.”  Show up today.  Play BIG.  Serve well.  Speak the truth and people will listen.  We are all blessed and to hide that would be a waste!!

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

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May 18, 2009

Johann Goethe said, “Whatever you do or dream, you can do—begin it.  Boldness has genius and power and magic in it.” We are in the forefront of healthcare…we have to step up and be bold.  WE need to help others to see outside the box.  We need to create a wellness movement. As Bob Hoffman said, “Leaders create a culture around their goals and involve others in it.” Live the wellness dream…be bold and powerful.  You are a genius.

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

June 1, 2009

Say what you need to say, lyrics from a John Mayer song, are so applicable in practice.  Think how often we hold back in fear, limited by our own self-talk and ego.  Lets step up and start fresh today…say what you need to say.  As BJ said, “We never know how far something we think, say or do will affect the lives of millions tomorrow.” Speak the truth…they will hear you!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Leave it all outside the office.  It’s so easy to bring our lives into practice…but that doesn’t serve you and it definitely doesn’t serve the patient.  So, walk in to your office with a clear head and a focus on serving.  Stomp out your personal life and get laser focused.  Your personal life will be there when you close the doors…you can pick it up on your way out tonight  They need you…show up big!!!

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

Monday, June 15, 2009

Today F.O.C.U.S as you communicate with your patients and your staff.  Have Full On Compassion, Understanding, and Sincerity.  Let them know you love them.  Be the one who listens.  Be the ANSWER in a world full of questions.  Don’t talk at them…talk to them and above all LISTEN!! Paul Tillich said, “The first duty of love is to listen.” Serve well and with F.O.C.U.S!

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, June 22, 2009

The highest vibration that we can experience is LOVE.  Since chiropractic was founded on tone; as chiropractors understand the importance of balanced vibration.  Love must be in our core.  First, we must love ourselves.  It is the love we have for ourselves that allows us to freely and deeply love others.  When was the last time you told yourself how much you loved you? When you have love in your core it emanates and is felt by those around you.

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

Monday, June 29, 2009

When we come from a servant’s heart we better serve our patients and community.  Make this your prayer/motto: “Lord, make me an instrument of Your Peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where there is doubt, faith; Where there is despair, hope; Where there is darkness, light; and where there is sadness, joy.” (–St. Francis of Assisi) Have an attitude of gratitude.  Listen and love.  Serve well.

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, July 6, 2009

Think positively and masterfully because our thoughts become our reality! Two great quotes come to mind: “You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you. –James Lane Allen Nick” and “It isn’t what you have or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy.  It is what you think about. –Dale Carnegie” So, where will your thoughts lead you.  Change your thoughts starting now! Remember, what you think about you bring about.

Love.  Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, July 13, 2009

Integrity is being congruent between what you think, say, and do.  Be a role model for your practice members and community, become a wellness expert and live a wellness lifestyle. Lead by example; exercise utilizing weights and cardio, eat foods that nourish and support the body, and think positive thoughts! Keep it simple: “Be Fit.  Eat Right.  Think Well.” Live consciously and with congruency.  “When you have contradictions you get destruction and the amount of destruction is based off the severity of the contradictions. – Ayn Rand”

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, July 20, 2009

Each day when we wake we are given two options: to remain comfortable or to get uncomfortable. So, often we get scared to grow because with all growth there is pain so we remain in our “comfort zone” With growth comes new opportunities and an expansion of our knowledge. Remember, “Comfort comes as a guest, lingers as a host, and stays to enslave. – Sid Williams” So, today I challenge you to step out of your comfort zone and fall in love with being uncomfortable.

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

Monday, July 27, 2009

Purpose and Passion are keys to our success. Our purpose is what we were created to do.  What is your purpose? Define it and write it down.  Passion is the energy that propels us.  It moves us.  What is your passion? Dig down deep and find that one thing that gets you going.  Own it and cherish it.  Use it as a driving force to remind you that EVERY day you must be 100% present and show up big.

Love. Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, August 3, 2009

Three words: Present Time Consciousness.  Be present in the moment.  When you are with patients you are with patients, when you are doing CEO time be the CEO, when you are home be at home, etc.  Live in the moment and let the momentum carry you.  Being fully present allows you to gain more from the experience and most importantly give more of yourself.

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, August 10, 2009

In life, he/she who experiences the most wins! It’s important that we constantly improve and grow; with change comes growth.  When we stop growing…we start dying.  Commit today to learn something new everyday and constantly expand yourself.  Robin Sharma say, “ Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries and you rejoice.”

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, August 17, 2009

It is inevitable that we will make “mistakes” in life and that we will “fall short of others or our own expectations”. It is important to realize it is not the mistakes that we make in life that define who we are; it’s how we deal with them that truly reveals who we are as people. It’s not how far you fall but how high you rise after the fall.  As Joe Dispenza said, “Never feel guilty about anything you have created, good or bad.” It’s all part of the journey.

Love.  Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, August 24, 2009

Who do you choose to spend your time with? You are a mirror image of the company that you keep.  Remember the 5 closest people to you have the most influence over you!! Choose wisely…and remember the laws of attraction…you will attract into your life the EXACT people that you want there. Alan Rousso said, “The more loving you are to yourself, the more loving people come into your life…and they may or may not be the people in your life, right now. “

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, August 31, 2009

Educate. Educate. Educate. BJ Palmer said, “It is more important that people know the story than get adjusted.” Tell people more about what they don’t know than what they do know.  Hold a healthcare class, do a spinal screening, host a patient appreciation dinner, etc… Just get the message out there. Well-educated people ALWAYS make better decisions.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, September 7, 2009

Relish in your time off…make the most of holidays and vacations. When you sleep your body heals and when you your soul and spirit are rejuvenated. A well-rested individual is more equipped to serve. Gandhi said, “there is more to life than increasing its speed”. Happy Labor Day!!!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, September 14, 2009

Success requires dedication and determination.  While the road to success is not always an easy one you must remember that, “Pain is temporary and quitting is forever”.  You have two choices in regard to pain in any area of life: The pain of discipline or the pain of regret.  It is possible to achieve anything that you set your mind to if you truly want to.  Remember it is not a “have to” but a “get to”. Press on!!!

Love. Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, September 21, 2009

Actions speak louder than words.  Do you exemplify the wellness lifestyle? Do you lead by example? Remember it’s important to workout regularly, eat foods that fuel your body, think positive thoughts, and get regular adjustments and nervous systems check ups.  Remember, who you are speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say! It’s time to step up and be the leader in the wellness movement!!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, September 28, 2009

Come from a place of love.  Love has the power to open doors and break down barriers.  Love is the highest vibration; it is an action, feeling, and emotion.  Remember, people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.  In a world that lacks love be the missing link.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, October 5, 2009

Fear and Joy. Do more things in your life that cause fear…your accomplishment will lead to an abundance of joy.  Scared? Overcome it…Just go for it! Dig deep and find inner strength. The outcome will be worth it.

Love.  Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, October 12, 2009

Intention is everything.  With the right intent you don’t need words or explanation.  You can speak with your eyes, touch, and overall vibration.  Getting skewed results? Then check your intention.  The right intention will always lead to success.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, October 19, 2009

If not you, then who? Today I am asking you to STEP UP!! We are in the midst of a wellness movement and we need leaders…consider this your challenge.  Speak the truth…say what is on your mind and in your heart, make connections, be committed, and start today! Step up! Step up! Step up!!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, October 26, 2009

A job is what you have to do, a career is what you are supposed to do, and a CALLING is what you are meant to do AND get to do!!! Remember, God doesn’t call the prepared. He prepares those He calls.  As chiropractors we have been called to pave the path to wellness and now is the time to STEP UP and lead.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, November 2, 2009

To give and receive is to be blessed.  Life is about giving; giving of yourself, your gifts and talents.  Learning to stretch yourself for the sake of others.  Giving is not always financial; it can be the warmth of a smile, a kind word, or going out of your way for someone else.  And remember that while giving is important is also important to receive with gratitude from God and those around you.  May abundant blessings fall on you and yours this holiday season.

Love. Laugh.  Adjust.

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Monday, November 9, 2009

With each adjustment and each conversation of every day, remember, “We, Chiropractors, work with the subtle substance of the soul.  We release the prisoned impulse, the tiny rivulet of force, that emanates from the
mind and flows over the nerves to the cells and stirs them into life. –BJ Palmer”.  You have a moral obligation to tell the world what you know.  Because, you know something they don’t know.  Go out and serve your community.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, November 16, 2009

When was the last time you re-evaluated your attitude? What’s it like? Is it positive? Does it allow you to shine? Do you light up a room when you walk into it or out of it? To keep my attitude in check: weekly I sit down and review and write a list of all my blessings.  I give thanks for those I have received and pre-thank for the one’s I am going to receive.  This task allows me to remain in an attitude of gratitude, allowing my inner beauty to really shine.  So, sit down this week and “check your ‘tude dude”!!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

Your degree of innate potential is between you and your Creator.  What interferes with that potential is between you and your Chiropractor. Seek out the subluxation whether physical, chemical, or emotional and correct it, then allow innate to take over and restore homeostasis. As BJ Palmer said, “Nature needs no help, just no interference.” Happy Thanksgiving!!! Be thankful you have found your calling!!! Much love and respect!!!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, November 30, 200

When BJ Palmer was asked to define Spizzerinctum; He said, “Oh Spizzerinctum is anything that puts pride and happiness in the head, determination in the heart, energy in the hand, and invisible courage in the will.” A little bit of chiropractic enthusiasm if you will So, get your “spizz” on to educate and save some lives!!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, December 7, 2009

Life is a process. It is a journey we travel that enables us to grow, which usually stretches us outside of our comfort zone. The discomfort we feel with growth often scares us and then driven by fear we rush through the process.  Rushing through the process still gets us through but we often miss the finite lessons along the way.  So, be still and allow the process to happen.  Lean on friends, family, inner strength, and prayer.  Remember, it is as it should be.  Being still will allow you to truly shine and grow.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

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Monday, December 14, 2009

Life is what you focus on.  Your thoughts create your reality. What you think about you bring about.  Do your thoughts expand or contract your vibration (ie feeling or emotion)? Cleaning up your headspace will alter your external environment.  Remember the intricate balance between feeling and function if we go solely by feeling we may be surprised at the functional outcome.  Shift your thoughts and SHIFT YOUR LIFE.

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

Monday, December 21, 2009

This holiday season remember to enjoy time with family and friends, brighten the lives of those around you, give abundantly and receive openly, and most of all anchor the memories in your heart and mind so that you can re-visit them frequently.  “You can have everything in life that you want if you just give enough other people what they want. –Zig Ziglar”

Dr. Martha Nessler

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Monday, December 28, 2009

“An eye for an eye, makes the whole world blind. –Mahatma Ghandi”.  Look at the world differently as we roll into 2010, especially in the aspect of forgiveness and thankfulness. Realize that hurting people hurt people and that it easier to forgive than to harbor anger or take revenge. Before you fall asleep at night simply say, “I forgive.  I am thankful.” You will wake renewed and ready for the day!

Love. Laugh. Adjust.

Dr. Martha’s Monday Morning Motivational

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