|The chart is from the American Indian Almanac by John Upton Terrell.|
Thursday, December 27, 2018
This week I did a video lecture on Part #4 of the Southeast woodland Indians (Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, etc.) series on Youtube. I wanted to share with you an early population chart of the indigenous American Aborigines (Southeast Woodland Indians) during the early 1600s to the late 1700s. Keep in mind these are rough estimates and are not exact, and this was also during the times when negro Indians were being kidnaped or captured and forced into slavery. This chart is from the American Indian Almanac.
Kimberly Swanson "Purpoz", PsyM, LAPC, CPC, CHT, CAMS, CNA
Purpoz Counseling & Wellness Center http://www.pcwcenter.orghttps://pcwinstitute.zenler.com/courses/
Let’s face it, everyone gets angry at some point in their life. Anger is a natural emotion that occurs in certain situations. This particular emotion can have both a positive and negative effect. An example of positive anger is when you get upset about failing an exam that you study harder to pass the second time around. The negative example of anger is getting into fights and injuring others.
During ancient times, anger was used as a form of survival. For instance, the hunter and gatherer during ancient times had to hunt for their food and often times fight to keep their food for their family and their tribe/clan. This is an example of survival and was instinctual and innate. However, we live in a modern world in which it has become more complex when it comes to the emotion of anger. There are certain times and places in which anger has to be managed and modified to fit and blend into normal society.
- Listen to nature
- Listening to calming music
- Meditation videos ( with music and nature)
- Energy frequency vibrations
- Affirmations (healing through words)
- Perception everything from the outside comes from within you want to make a change you need to change was from within in another word everything is from inside and then projected into the world.
- Analyze the environment (e.g. people in surroundings)
- Focus on your triggers figure out what triggers you
- What is causing your stress
- What are you eating (physically)? Bad food equals negative energy good food equals positive energy.
- What are you eating (verbally)? Bad words equal negative energy good words equal positive energy.
- Transform your energy (holistically)
- Overcoming distorted mind (Mind clutter).
- Taking things personally / letting go and releasing. Negative energy
- Going to Fast, need to slow down
- Doing what you love (work, hobbies, studies)
- Tending to your inner child (past hurts)
- Loving self
- Being balanced reaching a middle ground