The Ascended Masters and Their Aura Colors

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An Ascended Master is a Being who after many lifetimes of reincarnation has become master of their physical, emotional and mental bodies, they have balanced their karma and no longer need to reincarnate. They have ascended in their vibration beyond physical life

Ascended Masters do not look forward to where they are going, but rather an Ascended Master walks backwards, always looking back to those who still have yet to ascend out of form. The Ascended Masters are continually helping humanity, on all levels of existence.

As humanity ascends and individuals awaken to their divinity, dormant powers are awakened. More and more people are seeing the Ascended Masters, sometimes in form and others as coloured balls, orbs or full size outlines. The Masters have let it be known “you will know us by our aura colors.”

We have many layers of aura colours, showing our etheric, emotional, mental and spiritual states. These colors can change according to our mood or mental state. Our soul ray, or ray of incarnation, does not change though during our lifetime.

Just like us, the Ascended Masters colours change, and also like us, they have a soul or monadic colour which identifies them above all changes. Below is a list of the aura colours the Masters present themselves as most often, so you will know them when you see them. These colors might appear as ordinary but they are bright, luminescent and sometimes pearlescent.

Here is a list of some Ascended Masters aura colors for your easy reference. There are many Ascended Masters but these twenty two are working close with humanity at the moment.

Dom Ignacio has a soft pink aura.

El Morya has an aura of mostly hyacinth blue with some darker Prussian blue at the edge.

Hilarion has a Forest Green aura.

Isis’ aura has a border of purple with a jagged edge that leads into a red centre.

Jesus has a mid yellow and mid blue aura.

Kuthumi’s aura colors are 3 tiered, soft lemon at the top, clear in the centre and dark blue at the bottom.

Kwan Yin has an aura of Magenta with a little mid pink.

Lady Nada has an aura of white (may have lavender tint to it) and gold.

Lao Tze has an aura of yellow shards.

Lord Lanto has an egg shaped aura. The centre is white and it then radiates out through soft yellow to mid yellow.

Maha Chohan’s aura colours are metallic gold and silver.

Mary Magdalene has a mid to strong pink aura with some magenta in it.

Melchizedek has an interesting aura of dark blue (two types) and white.

Mother Mary has a soft pink aura color with a border of mid blue.

Pallas Athena aura rises from a very dark purple to purple and then onto gold. Some may see an unworldly green line in the centre.

Paul, the Venetian has a bronze/maroon aura with white, and sometimes a soft yellow.

Ra Mun’s aura is violet through to purple.

Sanat Kumara aura is clear like ice with all colors flashing through it.

Serapis Bey has energy spirals. The spirals are entwining gold and white.

St Germain’s aura is violet down to maroon.

St John, the Baptist has a white centre aura with a soft blue rim.

White Tara has an aura that fans a rainbow colours from left to right.

It might be easier to identify the Masters by color, so here the Ascended Masters are categorised in aura colors. But also go back to the individual name as some Masters are listed under more than one color.

Blue auras are St John, the Baptist, Mother Mary, Melchizedek, Kuthumi, Jesus and El Morya.

Clear auras are Kuthumni and Sanat Kumara.

Gold auras are Serapis Bey, Pallas Athena and Lady Nada.

Green aura is Hilarion.

Metalic auras are Paul the Venetian, Pallas Athena and Maha Chohan.

Pink auras are Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, Kwan Yin and Dom Ignacio.

Purple auras are St Germain, Ra mun, Isis, Pallas Athena.

Rainbow auras are Sanat Kumara, White Tara.

Red to maroon auras are Paul the Venetian, Isis, St Germain.

White auras are Serapis Bey, St John, the Baptist, Paul the Venetian, Melchizedek, Lord Lanto and Lady Nada.

Yellow auras are Lord Lanto, Lao Tze, Kuthumi and Jesus.

There is also an awareness of colour and the rays. There are seven rays of incarnation. And it can be loosely seen that some of the Masters aura colors, tie in with the rays they work with. This is not the case with all the Masters, only some. It appears the Masters can not be tied down with our 3D desire to make color characteristics of them.

So for your awareness I list here the seven rays and their colours. There are many versions of the ray colours on the internet. The ray colors listed here are those shown to me by the Masters in my work with the Ascension Flames. They correspond to those given to Elizabeth and Mark Prophet.

Ray One is blue. El Morya is Chohan of the first ray and his aura color is blue.

Ray Two is yellow. Lord Lanto is Chohan of the second ray and his aura colors are yellow.

Ray Three is pink. Paul, the Venetian is Chohan of the third ray and his aura colors are bronze/maroon.

Ray Four is white. Serapis Bey is Chohan of the fourth ray and his aura colors are gold and white spirals.

Though when appearing in form he wears white.

Ray Five is green. Hilarion is Chohan of the fifth ray. His aura colours are a forest green.

Ray Six purple, gold and ruby. Chohan of the sixth ray is Jesus. His colours are blue and yellow.

Ray Seven is violet. St Germain was Chohan of the seventh ray and his colours are violet through to maroon.

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The 5 Fundamental Laws of Creativity

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Whatever your favorite ways of creating are, there are powerful principles that everyone who's creative (and by that I mean everyone on the face of the planet) can be aware of to help them be as creative as they can possible be.

Here then are the 5 Fundamental Laws Of Creativity:

1. Ideas are the root of all creating. Everything we create begins with a spark of an idea. Creativity defined in its simplest terms is bringing stuff into being that wasn't there before. That starts in the mind with a phrase, an image, a theory, or a melody.

Without any ideas, there's nothing to build upon, no raw material to sculpt into beautiful shapes that will bring meaning to you and those who discover them. By having in place techniques for keeping a steady flow of ideas, you'll always have plenty of starting points to create from.

2. Creativity is not just about making art. Most of the time when we say: "I'm just not creative", what we're REALLY saying is: "I haven't written 3 novels this year" or "I haven't painted 17 pictures and held an exhibition in a national gallery ". We have lofty expectations of what being creative means that deflate us before we even begin.

Creativity is not just making art. It's a way of being, thinking, seeing and doing. You're creative in how you tackle problems at work, how you decorate your home, how you develop your relationships, how you nurture your garden, how you organize social events, and a thousand other ways. Recognise every tiny creative act that makes up your thriving creative life.

3. Your beliefs define the limits of your creativity. You will only ever be as creative as you believe you can be. Your beliefs are a glass ceiling on your creative achievements, so if you don't really believe you're very creative, then your behavior will mirror that, and yes, you won't be very creative.

Take stock of all the beliefs you hold about creativity, and write them out on a sheet of paper. Think of beliefs about creativity in general, as well as about yourself and your abilities. Once you've written all you can think of, take a look through. Are these a collection of positive beliefs that will support you in creating to your full potential?

4. The more creative you are, the more creative you are. This law is simple – creativity breeds creativity. Being creative is all about flow, and as soon as you hit your stride in creating, it becomes so effortless you forget you're even doing it. But, like rolling a giant snowball, it seems incredibly difficult to get that momentum started, especially if you haven't created regularly for a while.

The key here is to create little and often. Setting aside just 15 minutes each and every day, and beginning with bite sized projects that aren't going to completely overwhelm you, is a great way to start. As your creativity begins to flow, you can then gently increase the amount of time you spend each day, and the size and complexity of the projects.

5. Encouragement boosts your creativity to new levels. You can only be so creative on your own. If it feels like your forever creating in a huge vacuum and you don't know if anyone knows you're creating, let alone cares, then your creativity will grind to a standstill.

The answer is to get support from other creative people who relate to the kind of triumphs of struggles you experience in your own creative live, and can be there to encourage you as you go. These days it's easier than ever to find groups and communities online and offline that can boost your creativity many times over.

Follow these 5 fundamental laws of creativity and you'll set yourself up for a lifetime of flowing and abundant creating!

Pick one of the above that you feel you can enhance in your own life, and take the first step in boosting that specific area right away.

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Art Deco Movement – The Foundation Stone of Modern Art

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'Art Deco' was a mainstream international design movement, spreading over a span of fourteen years, from 1925 to 1939. It played a crucial role in the development and the progression of Modern Art. The Deco Movement embodied a blend of the different modern decorative art styles, largely from 1920s and 1930s. These styles were the derivatives of several state-of-the-art painting philosophies of the twentieth century, including 'Neoclassical,' 'Constructivism,' 'Cubism,' 'Modernism,' 'Art Nouveau,' and 'Futurism.' The Deco movement influenced various decorative arts, such as architecture, interior designing, industrial designing, and visual art forms like fashion, painting, graphic arts, and cinema.

The term 'Art Deco' was coined in an exhibition, 'Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes,' held in Paris, in the year 1925. The exhibition was organized by some French artists to promote the creation of a new genre of art , adapted to the contemporary lifestyle, a distinct sense of individuality, and fine workmanship. The organizers of this exhibition were the members of the society, 'La Societe des artistes decorateurs,' including, Hector Guinmard, Eugene Grasset, Raoul Lachenal, Paul Follot, Maurice Dufrene, and Emily Decour. The term 'Art Deco' however, gained widespread recognition only in the year 1968, when art historian Bevis Hiller, came out with his popular book, 'Art Deco of the 20s and 30s,' and organized an exhibition, 'Art Deco,' at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

This movement was distinguished for its abstraction, manipulation, and simplification of defined geometric shapes, and a vivid use of colors. The bold color schemes and blending curves were the focal points of the true 'Deco' creations. The so-called 'ancient arts' of Africa, Ancient Egypt, and Aztec Mexico, prominently inspired this movement. In the age of machines and streamline technology, the use of materials, such as plastics, enamels, harden concrete, and an unusual type of glass, 'vita-glass,' greatly affected the movement. There is sufficient evidence to indicate the employment of materials, like aluminum, stainless steel, lacquer, inlaid wood, along with exotic materials, like zebra and sharkskin.

The Empire State Building, famous for its pyramid-like structure, and the Chrysler Building, known for its multi-arched dome, are the living examples of the 'Deco' style. The movement even outlined the fashion industry of Paris in the 1920s. The dresses sported large chromium buttons, head-hugging cloche hats worn with huge fur collars, dangling earrings, and so called 'bobbed hairstyles,' all amounting to completely new and revolutionary look. The BBC Building in Portland Place and the basement of the Strand Palace Hotel, London are the examples of the pure 'Art Deco' style. The popularity of this movement took a beating during late 30s and 40s, but regained its lost sheen with the surge in the following of 'graphic designing' in the 1980s.

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Interested In Contemporary Art? Look No Further

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We are always getting asked: What is the difference between contemporary art and old masters. In a nutshell, contemporary art is created by artists that are still alive. Old Masters are paintings painted by artists that are deceased. The good news is that if we purchase contemporary art now from well known, talented artists, then chances are that one day, either us or our children will be the proud owners of old masters. The bad news for the artists is that generally while they are alive, and painting, they seldom get to see the true value of what their paintings are truly worth.

Contemporary means “art that has been and continues to be created during our lifetimes.” In other words, contemporary to us. Contemporary art is art produced at the present period in time. Contemporary art includes, and develops from, post-modern art, which is itself a successor to modern art.

Strictly speaking, it refers to art made and produced by artists from the 1960’s or 70’s up until this very minute. 1970 is the cut-off point for two reasons. Firstly, because it was around 1970 that the terms “Post-modern” and “Post-modernism” popped up — meaning, we must assume, that the art world had had its fill of Modern Art. Secondly, 1970 seems to be the last bastion of easily classified artistic movements.

While it may be hard to classify emergent movements, Contemporary art is much more socially conscious than any previous era has been. A whole lot of art from the last 30 years has been connected with one issue or another: feminism, multiculturalism, globalization, bio-engineering and AIDS awareness all come readily to mind as subject matter. Today’s artists work in and respond to a global environment that is culturally diverse, technologically advancing, and multifaceted.

Working in a wide range of mediums, contemporary artists often reflect and comment on modern-day society. When engaging with contemporary art, viewers are challenged to set aside questions such as, “Is a work of art good?” or “Is the work aesthetically pleasing?” Instead, viewers consider whether art is “challenging” or “interesting.” Contemporary artists may question traditional ideas of how art is defined, what constitutes art, and how art is made, while creating a dialogue with-and in some cases rejecting-the styles and movements that came before them.

Since the early 20th century, some artists have turned away from realistic representation and the depiction of the human figure, and have moved increasingly towards abstraction.

Contemporary artists, like many artists that preceded them, may acknowledge and find inspiration in art works from previous time periods in both subject matter and formal elements.

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All About Tea For One Sets

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Drinking tea is truly an art, and this statement is not just a saying but a real fact for those avid tea drinkers always willing to buy the latest tea mixes and tea accessories available on the market. Tea is a beverage traditionally associated to social activities and traditions, just like the afternoon tea in the Great Britain, but tea lovers enjoy a cup of their favorite drink the same sharing a table with friends that alone at home.

When it comes to solo drinking, tea for one sets are the most sought-after accessories tea lovers want to keep at hand when spending a delightful tea time on their own comes to mind. Individual sets are nowadays more commonly seen in department stores and retailer shops almost anywhere. If you are enthusiast about tea and want to shop around, do not go with the first set coming your way.

There are two different styles of tea for one sets, the traditional style and the innovative sets, characterized for their ingenious designs. Although the items in a traditional set are smaller in size, an innovative set generally includes a larger saucer and a cup that accommodates the teapot resting at the top of these three stacking pieces that come with matching colors and patterns.

On the other hand, traditional tea for one sets come with a tray, like any regular tea set, but the teapot, sugar bowl and creamer are smaller in size as the tray itself. However tea for one sets should not be confused with miniature tea sets, which are more likely toys for children or decorative pieces for collectors. It is believed that traditional teapots produce a superior quality tea according to the British traditions.

Although every person has his / her own style when drinking tea, one main advantage that small-sized sets provides is how well they fit in almost any place, including your work area. Therefore, tea for one sets are handy, decorative and practical to enjoy a tea drink at any time of day or night.

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How to Take Care of Your Art Materials

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Your art materials are the base for your artwork. So why risk your creativity by neglecting your art supplies? It is easy to take care of your art materials. All you have to do is follow some simple steps mentioned below:

Make a Workspace

A workspace will enable you to work more effectively on your art projects. Since you get a separate area to draw and paint, you can focus more on your art work. Secondly, you do not need to search for your art supplies all around your house because they must be in your workspace only.

Another benefit of having a workspace is that kids will not have access to your painting materials. So, you will have minimum chances of misplacing them.

Plan Your Palette

Plan the colors you will be using in advance. Organize the colors in your palette accordingly. This will help you get necessary materials easily while you paint. When you select only the required colors, you can easily get rid of clutter made from using a lot of painting materials. As a result, you will be able to organize your paints and paint brushes properly.

Keep Water Away From Your Work

Since a canvas is also an art material, you should be aware of how to take care of it. If you are using water cups while painting, make sure that you keep those away from your canvas. This is important so that you do not accidentally throw the water on your art work. The more you take care of it, the better it is.

Clean Your Paint Brushes

Paint brushes require extensive care because its bristles can be damaged easily if you do not clean them properly. Cleaning paint brushes too often enhances their durability. Therefore, do not forget to clean your paint brushes as soon as you have completed your painting.

If you have used water colors in your painting, you can clean the paint brushes with water only. However, you have to clean them with thinners if you have made an oil painting. At the end, make sure that you dry your paint brushes to maintain the quality of bristles.

Store Art Supplies Separately

There are different types of boxes that are specifically designed to store materials of artwork. You can buy these boxes to store paint tubes, pastel chalks, and colored pencils in separate compartments. It will help you get access to these materials whenever you need them for your art work.

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Textile Design – A Case Study of Its Significance to Humanity

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Textile design can be defined, to mean the art of making patterns of various types on fabric materials. In a broader view, it as an area of ​​discipline in applied or industrial art had been practiced in different parts of the world at different times. For instance, it was reported practiced in China around 618-906 AD, in Japan around 552-794 AD. It was also recorded by historians that, it was practiced for centuries in South- East Asia, Indonesia, India, Peru and parts of Africa especially Nigeria to be specific. Additionally, it is an embodiment of professional disciplines that are open to different areas of specialization. For example, under it, are the following disciplines, viz; Tie- Dye, Batik, Print and Print making, Weaving and Embroidery.

Textile design has its own usefulness and purpose in mankind, and such usefulness cannot be underestimated in human daily endeavors. To start with, it can be used as a means of utility, that is, it can serve different purposes at a time. For example, it can be worn as cloth, can be used to make handbags, can be used as window blind or curtain for home and office, as table cover, as handkerchief and so on.

Textile design as an area of ​​specialization can serve as a means of employment and source of income to individuals. This implies that, an artist or a designer can explore new motifs, techniques or styles in textile design and by so doing, make himself or herself self employed without depending on government or family member (s) for sustenance. This, on the other hand, tends to reduce, to some extent, the unemployment rate of a particular society. It is also very significant in our daily endeavors in the area of ​​aesthetics.

Aesthetics is defined according to oxford advance learner dictionary as anything concerned with beauty and art, and the understanding of beautiful things. Based on this fact highlighted above, it can therefore be used as both interior and exterior decoration in public and private buildings like hotels, churches, mosque, banks, offices, to mention but just a few. The products of textile designs used for both interior and exterior decoration are usually made into various sizes, with beautiful patterns, framed and hung on the walls of the buildings.

Another vital area where it can play an important role in the daily endeavors of humans is in the area of ​​being an agent or a means to communicate, address and as well, promote cultural values ​​of a particular society. It shall be recalled at this instance that, dressing is one of the main tenets of culture. Fabric materials, to be worn as cloth, can be designed by an artist to portray some historical antecedents of a society so as to showcase such cultural values ​​to the outside world. This can be achieved, through the use of stories and motifs, that are common or identified with such societies, as designs on textile materials. Citing an instance, common folktales of different versions of a society can be made on fabrics, anyone that comes across such works / cloths will be reminded or be acquainted with the cultural values ​​of such society. Similarly, foreigners and those that are not very familiar with the cultural values ​​of the communities involved, can use the works / fabrics as reference points or souvenirs for better understanding of the cultural heritage of the communities concerned.

Economic significance is yet another area, through which the exploration of textile design can be of paramount importance to human daily endeavor. This can be explained through the boost, the sales of textile design products will give to the economy of a nation. This means that, buying and selling of the products and the patronage given to them cannot only make individuals involved to be self- reliant, but also add to the gross domestic products of a nation. It should be emphasized that, on any products sold or bought, the personalities involved in the transactions has directly and indirectly paid some amount of money as tax while buying the products. The tax goes into the purse of the government, this therefore generates some money into the purse of the government, thus, adding a quota to the national development of the nation.

Conclusively, all the points discussed in this essay are just part of a whole of the usefulness of textile design to our daily endeavors as humans.

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His Most Famous Painting (Midnight Black Wolf) – Robert Bateman

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Canadian naturalist and painter Robert Bateman was born in Toronto, Canada, on May 24, 1930. Since childhood, he has been interested in wildlife and art. He was initially inspired by the famous “Group of Seven,” a club of Canadian ‘Realistic’ painters. Bateman perfected the art of beautifully portraying nature & wildlife on canvas. While he started his artistic stint with creating ‘Abstract’ paintings of nature, he transitioned to ‘Realism’ in the 1960s. His focus was mostly on depicting beauty in its original form, for which he travelled extensively and used his keen observation power to accurately depict the various facets of nature. One of the methods Bateman has applied while painting his works is clicking photographs and using them as models for his creations. Robert Bateman achieved iconic feat with his work “Midnight Black Wolf.”

While Bateman has also sketched and painted people & activities, in one of his interviews, he has indicated that sketching people was as easy as sitting and eating popcorn for him. He has also said that sketching wildlife offered more challenges on the account of it being an extremely diverse area of exploration. One of Robert’s most famous paintings, as mentioned above, is “Midnight Black Wolf” that depicts a black wolf on a black backdrop. Some of Bateman’s other most famous works include “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Lost-Wildebeest,” “White Encounter-Polar Bear,” “Cardinal in Sumac,” “Beech Grass & Tree Frog,” “Clan of the Raven,” “Tadpole Time,” “Awesome Land-American Elk,” “Cries of Courtship,” and “Vantage Point – Bald Eagle.”

Talking about “Midnight Black Wolf,” Bateman himself says that he wanted to “show the ominous presence of a mature, lone wolf,” creating an overall atmosphere of respect and seriousness around the animal, though not the one of threat. From the viewpoint of an artist, Bateman said that he found it extremely challenging to portray a “black animal on an almost black background.” Looking back, although Bateman became a high school art/geography teacher, he never stopped painting throughout his career. However, it was only in 1970s and 1980s that his paintings and talent began getting recognition. His work started gaining popularity with time. Bateman has around ten books, based solely on his paintings. He has been criticized over his decision to allow the reproductions of his work, by people who believe that this act devalues the genuine art market. However, these reproductions have been extremely popular and are sold across print galleries in Canada and internationally. Even today, Robert Bateman continues to paint beautiful scenes from the forests. He has carved a niche for himself in the art world through his wonderful paintings, depicting nature and wildlife such as in “Midnight Black Wolf.”

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Identifying the Signs of an Ill-Fated Relationship

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Many people are so afraid of being left alone that they don’t want to admit that they are in a bad relationship that is doomed from the very start. They strive to make it work and take on an optimistic outlook, but things still seem to spiral downward out of control.

The best policy is to examine the relationship to see if there are any toxic elements present; here are some clues:

• Verbal degradation; your partner puts you down, especially in front of others

• Empty claims of love; your partner claims to love you, but doesn’t back it up with actions.

• Controlling and dominating actions; making irrational demands, “showing up” at places you are just to “checkup” on you, or reading your mail.

• Attempts to make you vulnerable; your partner tries to make you dependent on them.

• Requesting lifestyle changes about yourself; and you have changed those things to please them.

Obnoxious people who are only out for their own ends make you feel sick just to be around them. So why would anyone wind up in a relationship with them? If these types of people make you feel emotionally ar physically damaged, why would anyone want to be with them?

Forbidding relationships have a particular cycle. The honeymoon period is first, followed by an explosive event, then that is followed up by a reconciliation – at which point the cycle repeats itself.

When you first meet someone who becomes your partner things are rosy and sweet, which is obviously the honeymoon stage. It all seems great until you get sucked in further that you realize that the relationship is not so sweet after all. At that point, it becomes difficult to get out.

The single most reason for this is that many people in bad relationships grew up under similar circumstances in unhealthy homes. Because of that, these people copy the habits of their childhood years while not actually realizing they’re doing it, so they may not understand the options of a better way. Others believe that happiness is something that bounds to escape them. Still others find that a companion, any companion, is better than none.

However, the first task at getting out and staying clear of deplorable relationships is to realize that you do have options. You can make your life better. Often, people who choose to stay in these ill-reputed relationships have low self-esteem or struggle with depression.

Once you understand that you have liberties, the next move is to begin standing up for yourself. In most ill-fated relationships, the obnoxious partner has forced upon you the notion that it is all your fault. Once you accept this, it could be quite challenging to walk away from the relationship or set new parameters at healing it.

For many, working with therapy groups can help these individuals and often get rid of as well as redefine these types of unpleasant relationships.

It is good to know that for some people it is possible to break the cycle of the bad relations. Some of these people manage to go on to create new and more stable bonds with other partners.

However, others are able to repair their relationship and remain in it.

In reality, it is possible to savage many relationships. All it takes is creating a little space. In other situations, it takes a measure of counseling. However, if both partners contribute to the effort, it is practical that a renewed bond can develop in a healthy way.

The very first thing that you need to determine is that you are willing to walk away if the relationship does not improve. If you are not willing to do this, then you’ll never be able to recover and heal whatever it is that divides you.

Once you have freed yourself from the habit that is the central part of an ill-fated relationship, you can start to apply yourself to what you need from the connection. Never nag your partner. Instead, say “I need your support,” “I need your truthful opinion,” or “I need your love.”

If you can’t get what you need, your partner should realize that you’re ready to walk.

A bad relationship is a one-way street, which creates all the adverse conditions. On the other hand, a healthy relationship is a two-way street. Everyone has the power to change that, but you must make it a personal issue and take that power into your own hands.

A healthy relationship is a two-way street. In a toxic relationship, the street is only going one way. You have the power to change that, but you must take the power into your own hands.

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Waste Disposal Management – 3 Methods For Waste Disposal

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Waste disposal management continues to be a rising challenge as population grows and along with the industrial development of countries. Centuries ago, people would have the trash from their homes transported and dumped in the places far away from the city of village. Today, instead of open dumping, usually the trash is collected and transported to landfills and then buried. Of course, over these hundreds of years, processes have certainly become more sophisticated. Instead of just burying the trash in landfills, we also use methods like plasma gasification, ocean dumping, incineration and recycling. Let’s take a look at a few of them.

Landfill

Amongst the many waste management methods, using a landfill is probably the most practiced in more areas of the world than any other method. Landfills are often old and abandoned quarries and mining areas. Considered the most cost-effective way of waste disposal, about 75% of the cost of implementation is attributable to the collection and transportation of waste from residential and businesses to the landfills. The waste is layered in thin spreads and then compacted, with a layer of clean earth covering the waste material before more layers are added over time.

Incineration

Incineration as a disposal method involves burning the trash. Sometimes this is simply referred to as thermal treatment, as a general category of high temperature treatment of trash material. This method can be used to transform waste into heat, gas, steam and ash. One of the advantages of incineration is that with this method, refuse volume can be reduced by half or more and it requires little usage of land. An incineration facility can be built in a small area to process huge amounts of waste. It definitely saves a lot of space compared with using a landfill only. This method is popular in countries like Japan where space is limited.

Recycling

Recycling of waste material means taking the materials and transforming them into new products. This is a key concept in the modern waste minimization philosophy. It’s about lessening the strain on the environment through minimizing the need to fully dispose (eg. by incineration and causing air pollution) of the waste generated and reducing the need to introduce new raw materials into the environment and then having to dispose of them later. In your everyday living, you may already be separating out paper products, aluminum soda cans or glass bottles into different waste containers so that these could be recycled. When bring your own shopping bag to the supermarket instead of using a new plastic bag, that’s another way of recycling.

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Source by Jeni Braxton

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