Monday, February 24, 2020

All About Affirmations

Something changes your life forever and today I am so happy to share one of my personal experiences which turned my life into a beautiful fairy tale, I am so much blessed loved and have all the riches with me.
Now tell yourself what is that you need the most? Is it the Love or happiness or prosperity or life-partner or money or child or positive energy or mental peace whatever is it you can get that you can achieve it by this simple daily the practice of these affirmations

Now Let's try to understand the term Affirmation

what Affirmation is? 
We need first to explain this term. A definite definition helps us understand it completely.
A statement or sign that something is true
The act of saying yes or of showing that you mean yes

Support or approval
Affirmations in New Thought and New Age terminology refer originally to the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment—fostering a belief that "a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will achieve success in anything.

What Affirmations Do?

They motivate.
They keep the mind focused on the aim.
They influence the subconscious mind and activate their capabilities.
They improve the way you think and act, and this can bring you into touch with new people, who can help you with your aims.
Positive statements make you feel positive, energetic and active, and therefore, put you in a better position to transform your inner and external worlds.
When and How to Repeat Affirmations?

Dedicate some special times during the day for repeating them.
Repeat them wherever you are, and whenever you want and have the time.
Various Purposes for Which Affirmations Can be used

Affirmations for Marriage
Affirmations for Happiness
Affirmations for Health
Affirmations for Money
Affirmations for a Job
Affirmations for a success
Affirmations for a perfect life partner
In my next blog, I will be sharing a few most powerful affirmations that changed my life completely I will be sharing 5 W's and H of it (Who was involved? What happened? When did it happen? Where did it happen? Why did it happen? How did it happen)
May you have a blessed and happy life ahead
Stay tuned

Monday, December 30, 2019

Five Legal things you can do if you are facing forced marriage:

Five Legal things you can do if you are facing forced marriage:


Contact the Women Cell of the local police department of the city you are in, lodging a written complaint against your parents for forcing you into a marriage for which you did not give your free consent without undue influence or force.


You can file a complaint about domestic violence under the PWDV Act against any relatives, wherein the Magistrate can pass an ad-interim order restraining the respondents from forced marriage. He/she may even give directions to the SHO of the local police station for providing complete assurance to the woman in distress (you) and prevent your forced marriage.


You can contact the National Commission for Women and complain about them. Their website has detailed information about how they deal with complaints. They operate nation-wide.


Forcibly marrying someone is illegal as per Indian Laws. If somebody is forcing you to marry, they are violating your Right to Life and Human Rights under Article 16 of the Human Rights Convention. To restore your Right, you need to connect with a lawyer, who will guide you about how to deal with such situations legally. Contact Legistify on our helpline number 011-33138123, or visit us online.


They are a group that protects and helps young Indian couples marrying and/or escaping from forced marriage. If it is an emergency, you can contact them directly on their website or via email.
Love Commandos Phone Helplines: 09313784375, 09313550006
If anybody obtains the consent of the complaining party by force, or by fraud, a court can void the marriage.

Other successful preemptive strategies could include:

  • Publishing advertisements in the newspapers reporting the marriage as having taken place without consent.
  • Addressing a letter to the police, with copies to Higher police officials
  • The National Human Rights Commission
  • National Commission for Women, or Sending a legal notice to the family.

However, the essential thing is to have confidence in the state agencies and the Law of India.

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Matrimonial Services


Matrimonial services are those services which assist two people in finding the life partner of their own choice. People of different communities, areas and cities searching in their own or other community area and city can approach matrimonial service providers. Matrimonial service providers or Marriage Bureaus or say Matrimonial agency whatever you can call them, happily serve their clients and meet their needs and help them in finding a perfect match.

Matrimonialvivah is one of the best Marriage Bureaus Based in Rohini, Delhi which helps its clients in finding a perfect match. Here at our centre, we care for the needs of our clients, we serve them with the utmost care and their preference.


Matrimonialvivah deals in following castes only


  1. Punjabi 
  2. Sikh
  3. Baniya
  4. Brahmin

We have an extensive database for these castes, we can provide the biodata and photographs of the candidates which are suitable to your profile keeping in mind various factors such as personal attributes of both candidates like age, height Astro details and eating habits then comes educational background business or professional details then comes family background and financial status of the families. Those factors assist us in making perfect matches and give us excellent outcomes.
and this directly determines our success rate and our clients gets success and get married.

 

Friday, December 06, 2019

10 WAYS TO SHOW GRATITUDE TO YOUR SPOUSE

10 WAYS TO SHOW GRATITUDE TO YOUR SPOUSE

Showing appreciation to your spouse is an essential everyday practice; it’s necessary to sustain a strong marriage. There are many ways to express your gratitude to your spouse, so today; we’re giving 10 ideas for showing him or her gratitude.


1. SAY IT OUT LOUD…AND MORE FREQUENTLY!
Deliberately saying thank you to your spouse more often is the simplest, most simple way to show him or her gratitude. It can be simple to ignore to thank your spouse for daily tasks that may seem ordinary. But you’ll find that your gratitude can change your spouse’s view of these tasks, especially if he or she has been feeling bogged down. It doesn’t take much energy, but those two easy words go a great way.

2. WRITE A THOUGHTFUL CARD, NOTE, OR LETTER.
Write a kind note of thanks to your spouse and hide it where they can easily find it: in their lunchbox, on the dashboard of their car, on the bathroom mirror, or someplace similar. It's wondrous how a little note like that can brighten someone’s day. Even scribbling a message onto a sticky note can make all their daily efforts feel more valuable.

3. GIVE YOUR SPOUSE A BREAK.
A few hours of peaceful time might very well be #1 on your spouse’s wish list, especially if he or she is exhausted or caring for young children. Or they might just want a break from their regular tasks. Whatever the case, give him or her the chance to get that required time, whether it means several hours to curl up with a book, or you taking over their chores for the day. (If you have children, take care of finding child care or keep the kids yourself.)

4. COOK A SPECIAL DINNER.
Does your spouse have a favourite meal they love or a recipe they’ve been dying to try? You do whip up a dish every once in a while that brings back joyful memories for you both? Set aside a little time to prepare a home-cooked the meal just for him or her. Light some candles, play some music, and dine-in together at home.

5. PRAISE HIM OR HER TO YOUR KIDS, AND THEN GET THEM IN ON THE ACT.
Being outspoken to (and in front of) your children regarding your gratitude toward your spouse will rub off on them! Take the time to freely tell your kids about all the great things your husband or wife does for the family, and encourage them to say thank you to their other parent as well. You can even go a step further and suggest that the kids create hand-made artwork to thank their mom or dad, or that they even help out with the chores to take the load off your spouse. Developing this gratitude in your children will resonate throughout your entire immediate family.

6. TELL THE WORLD WHAT YOUR SPOUSE DOES FOR YOU.
Go a little further than the four walls of your house and let others know, as often as possible, how grateful you are for your husband or wife. Verbalise it among extended family, friends. Put your social media account to good use and let it be known that you are thankful for everything your spouse does for you and your family.

7. BEHAVE IN A GRATEFUL WAY.
Saying “thank you,” giving gifts, and telling others aren’t quite enough; you have to behave in a grateful way toward your spouse. Make an effort to notice what they do and to appreciate the work they’re putting in for you, on whatever front–whether they’re running a business, running the household, or a combination of both. Don’t take him or her for granted. Be honest and thoughtful, and take care to make sure that you’re not undermining or undoing their efforts in any way.

8. TAKE YOUR SPOUSE ON A ROMANTIC DATE.
A nice date is a great way to say thank you to your husband or wife for everything they do for you. Choose their favourite restaurant, a movie they’ve been dying to see, grab a coffee, take a nature hike, or stop by their favourite bookstore or library. Make that time all about your spouse.

9. GIVE A “JUST BECAUSE” GIFT.
Sometimes, a gratitude gift is in order. Purchase something your spouse would like to have but might not be willing to buy for themselves, and then attach a little note of thanks before you gift it. Maybe your husband has been admiring a watch or set of cuff links, or maybe your wife has had her eye on a novel or a movie she hasn’t bought for herself. This could be the perfect chance to celebrate for him or her.

10. TRY TO OFFER MORE THAN YOU TAKE.
Strong marriages are all about servanthood. Another way to show your gratitude is to avoid existing only as a “taker.” Give, give, give–your spouse is giving to you, so make sure you not only reciprocate but go above and ahead to give back. And when you give, take care to do it selflessly, without requiring anything in return.

Do you and your spouse strive to show gratitude toward one another? Have ideas we didn’t list here? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section!

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Keep Tulsi leaf in mobile phone's cover to avoid radiation


Tulsi leaf inside the mobile phone's cover can keep radiation of the device away. He noted that the Tulsi leaf is as much power as to kill the radiation produced by electronic items.

Monday, December 02, 2019

Marriage

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Monday, November 04, 2019

Matrimonial services

We focus on happy marriages and a secret of a happy marriage remains a secret. According to my own experience, A happy marriage is being happy with what you have got, rather than expecting your marriage to be a certain way. A happy marriage is a cocktail of open communication, loyalty, hard work, and a whole lotta love and passion.
"A happy marriage is being happy with what you've got, rather than expecting your marriage to be a certain way,"

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Monday, October 28, 2019

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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Myths about marriage


Myths about marriage overflow. Some myths come from Mod culture. For example, a persistent myth is that your relationship should come easy when you’re with “the one.” Other misconceptions may be conveyed closer to home inside our own families. If your parents couldn’t argue without shouting and throwing insults, you might think that all conflict is bad and characterized by confusion. If your parents constantly argued with your grandparents and made remarks condemning all in-laws, you might expect to fight with yours.

If your family had powerful beliefs about what a good marriage looks like and forwarded these beliefs constantly, you might’ve internalized them yourself.
The dilemma with myths is that when we confuse them for facts, they can hamper our partnerships. 

  • Myth: Your real love will automatically know what to say and do to make you happy.
Fact: “There is a concern that if you have to ask for something then it doesn’t ‘count’ or it’s not as meaningful,” However as our spouses can’t read our minds, each of us needs to express our needs in a marriage.
Communication also is key when couples encounter conflict or detachment. After a misunderstanding, many spouses will let their “anger build while silently expecting that their loved one will figure out what they did wrong or think it’s so obvious that they shouldn’t have to spell it out.”
Again, couples must learn to express their feelings and be true. In general, it’s crucial to put your relationship first, because “it doesn’t happen magically. You have to make it a priority and have conversations with each other.
  • "Myth: Happy couples don’t fight.
Fact: Each of us enters into marriage with distinct expectations want concerns and experiences from our families or past relationships. Naturally, “miscommunication is bound to follow.”
In fact, “a lack of arguing means a lack of integrity and emotional intimacy.” When couples don’t argue, they make all kinds of emotional compromises — everything from how they communicate to how they approach time with their extended families.
This also erodes confidence and triggers feelings of disgrace. “Each person in the relationship — children included — will feel the unclear tension or a sense of ‘stepping on eggshells’ in the home but feel powerless or afraid to admit it handle it.” This makes the marriage and family “feel unstable.”
Good couples do argue. But they don’t “explode, hit below the belt, or use fighting as a tool to gain control in the relationship.”.“The healthiest couples also seek to settle quarrels, can adjust to the decisions, and then can to forgive and move on.”

Nobody can foretell the future. You just have to give your all to the relationship you're in and do your best to take care of your partner, communicate and give them every last drop of love you have. I think one of the most important things in a relationship is caring for your significant other through good times and bad. Revisit us for more demystify myths with the truth about marriage.


All About Affirmations

Something changes your life forever and today I am so happy to share one of my personal experiences which turned my life into a be...