viernes, 3 de diciembre de 2021

Día Internacional de las Personas con Discapacidad. 3 de diciembre

 

 

Discapacidad

Según la Organización Mundial de la Salud al 2020, más de 1,000 millones de personas viven en todo el mundo con algún tipo de discapacidad.

 


Aproximadamente el 15 % de la población mundial; de ellas, casi 190 millones tienen dificultades en su funcionamiento y requieren con frecuencia servicios de asistencia. El número de personas con discapacidad va en aumento debido al envejecimiento de la población y al incremento de enfermedades crónicas.

 

De acuerdo con el Censo de Población y Vivienda 2020, en México hay 6,179,890 personas con algún tipo de discapacidad, lo que representa 4.9 % de la población total del país. De ellas 53 % son mujeres y 47 % son hombres.

 


El INEGI identifica a las personas con discapacidad como aquellas que tienen dificultad para llevar a cabo actividades consideradas básicas, como: ver, escuchar, caminar, recordar o concentrarse, realizar su cuidado personal y comunicarse.

Tipos de actividades con dificultad

Los más conocidos son:


Caminar, subir o bajar. Hace referencia a la dificultad de una persona para moverse, caminar, desplazarse o subir escaleras debido a la falta de toda o una parte de sus piernas; incluye también a quienes teniendo sus piernas no tienen movimiento o presentan restricciones para moverse, de tal forma que necesitan ayuda de otras personas, silla de ruedas u otro aparato, como andadera o pierna artificial.

Ver. Abarca la pérdida total de la vista en uno o ambos ojos, así como a los débiles visuales y a los que aun usando lentes no pueden ver bien por lo avanzado de sus problemas visuales.

Oír. Incluye a las personas que no pueden oír, así como aquellas que presentan dificultad para escuchar (debilidad auditiva), en uno o ambos oídos, a las que aun usando aparato auditivo tiene dificultad para escuchar debido a lo avanzado de su problema.

Hablar o comunicarse. Hace referencia a los problemas para comunicarse con los demás, debido a limitaciones para hablar o porque no pueden platicar o conversar de forma comprensible.

Recordar o concentrarse. Incluye las limitaciones o dificultades para aprender una nueva tarea o para poner atención por determinado tiempo, así como limitaciones para recordar información o actividades que se deben realizar en la vida cotidiana.

Dificultad para bañarse, vestirse o comer. Son los problemas que tiene una persona para desarrollar tareas del cuidado personal o cuidar su salud.

Una persona puede tener más de una discapacidad, por ejemplo: los sordomudos tienen una limitación auditiva y otra de lenguaje o quienes sufren de parálisis cerebral presentan problemas motores y de lenguaje.


lunes, 29 de noviembre de 2021

El Día Internacional de las Defensoras de Derechos Humanos


Se conmemora el 29 de noviembre y está dedicado al reconocimiento de las mujeres que, a título individual o colectivo, trabajan para hacer realidad los derechos recogidos en la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos y en las diversas normas que la desarrollan. Fue declarado durante la Primera Consulta Internacional de Mujeres Defensoras que se realizó en Colombo (Sri Lanka) en el 2005, se conmemora desde 2006

 


 Derecho a la Educación

Derecho a la Salud

Derecho al Desarrollo

Derecho al Trabajo

Derecho a la Participación Política




Derecho a una Vida Libre de Violencia

Derechos Sexuales y Derechos Reproductivos

Derecho a la educación

Derecho al descanso y al esparcimiento

Derecho a una vida libre de violencia y a la integridad personal

Derecho a la protección de la salud y a la seguridad social



martes, 16 de noviembre de 2021

TEN LIGHT BODIES

 SOUL BODY

IT IS THE SPARK OF THE INFINITE THAT RESIDES IN THE CORE OF OUR BEING.

Our energy.

Out of Balance: the EGO leads our life, there is no freedom of choice, every decision is made with the EGO-MIND leading.

Based on a life full of prejudice, expectation, comparison, and competition.

BALANCED; We understand that we are One, that this life is about a learning experience through each connection we make, we understand that everyone is here to teach us, and we are here to teach.

TO BALANCE:

Cultivate the habit of meditation, DO your emotional work, let go of judgment, expectation, comparison, and competition.




TRIPLE MIND (Positive + Negative + Neutral)

*NEGATIVE

The alarm system is the 'fear that allows us to stay alive and well. Identifies danger, is protective, sees the downsides.

Out of balance: The mind lives in fear, every action is decided by fear desitions, It is led by the fear that shrinks our connections and experiences. We become skeptical and immobilized by fear.

BALANCED: We understand that life happens and no matter what. We lock our doors, have insurance, and sleep soundly at night, we trust our neighbors, we are open to others. We have faith when we take a road trip.

TO BALANCE: 

Cultivate discipline, cultivate deeper relationships, meditate, When noticing that we are acting from fear, pause, assess reality, repeat a Mantra, cultivate your writing skills.

*MEDITATIVE aka NEUTRAL MIND

THE NEUTRAL OR MEDITATIVE MIND, we understand that we don't have to run with the emotions and feelings, we understand that thoughts happen and we have the capacity to observe them and let them pass. WE SEE SOLUTIONS.

Out of Balance: We act as victims, everything is wrong for us, "all men are the same",: "all women are crazy", We can not make decisions, we dwell in conflicting emotions.

BALANCED: We let the "observer" guide us. We are calm and clear, We choose to stay content, We understand the views and opinions of others without taking them personally.

TO BALANCE:

Cultivate a mediation practice, Choose not to run with thoughts. 

*POSITIVE 

The part of us that is hopeful, energetic, and enthusiastic. We lift others, We see good, We expect the best.

Out of Balance: We stay in fear, we are unable to express ourselves, we are overwhelmed by negative thoughts, we suffer from depression, and hopelessness.

BALANCED: optimistic, full of humor, We have the ability to laugh at ourselves, we inspire others, we are inspired by others.

TO BALANCE:

Work on your sense of humor, cultivate the ability to laugh at yourself, find and meditate with a positive affirmation, cultivate the habit of being assertive without pushing.



PHYSICAL BODY

Our human form, the vehicle of our physical and material experience, the host of the spirit and energy, our physical appearance. gives us the ability to create physically our reality.

Out of balance: Physical obsessions, we care too little about overall health, We may see the body as punishment or price, We suffer addictions. (all addictions are experienced through the five senses)

BALANCED: We understand the value of balance, we rest and work 50/50, we give our body respect by being aware of the things we consume through the five senses. The body is vital. 

TO BALANCE:

 We create a routine for eating, sleeping, and resting, the body is flexible as is strong, we cultivate awareness in the way we care for our temple.




ARCLINE

Connects us to the cosmos, related to the pituitary gland, regulates the nervous system, FEMININE identifiers have a second form line nipple to nipple. Perception, Protective heart, Projection.

Out of Balance: Over barring and protective, easily manipulated by fear, doubt, prejudice; bipolar or inconsistent moods and behaviors, unable to focus.

BALANCED: External actions carry power, are able to focus, are dedicated to the meditation practice, aware of their intentions.

TO BALANCE:

Cultivate practices of pranayama, meditation, cultivate awareness of your intentions.




AURIC BODY

The electromagnetic field that surrounds the body, reaches 9' (shows up on the aura reading machine) It is what makes us aware of the energy of a room when we walk in.

Out of Balance: Over expressive, we try too hard to be liked by always conforming to please others, we become paranoid, we lack self-trust.

BALANCED: We put out positive energy, when people are done dealing with us don't feel drained, we are able to repel negative energy, we are healthy, we are present.

TO BALANCE:

Exercise to sweat, wear white clothing, smudge, cultivate the habit of meditation with awareness on a Mantra or breath.




PRANIC BODY "the subtle spark of energy"

Prana, breath, the inhale, that part of the breath that is shared by all of us.

Out of Balance: By being unaware, we cultivate habits that keep us anxious and fatigued, our life is a vicious cycle of stimulants for energy; anxiety brings a quality of being defensive and we blame our choices on something/somebody.

BALANCED: Our energy is balanced, we use our intellect and creativity for the benefit of everyone, we are fully alive and aware of the breath and life, we are self-motivated.

TO BALANCE:

Cultivate the habit of cardio exercises, practice Pranayama.




SUBTLE BODY "Our gut knowing feel"

The intuition part connects us to that akashic records, nonphysical imprint. The information we get passed down by generations AKA KARMA

Out of Balance: We live our karma without awareness, we have a belief system that does not allow us to change our family history, naive, crude or rough of speech, restless, we feel misunderstood.

BALANCED: We know and understand the unseen, we understand our karma and are able to change it, we understand the long-term consequences, we cultivate tranquility.

TO BALANCE:

Meditate thousand days in a row.


RADIANT BODY

It is the part of us that is beautiful to others, our child-like, we radiate happiness, love, kindness, peace.

Out of Balance: Shy to the point of erasing ourselves, nobody sees us because we don't see ourselves, avoid conflict by putting everything under the rug, even our issues and conflicts, we are unable to digest emotions, our energy levels fluctuate.

BALANCED: Outgoing, creative in the face of fear, we radiate excellence.

TO BALANCE:

We cultivate our work to spirituality, we give ourselves the chance to become, the teacher-astronaut we wanted to be as a child.

EMBODIMENT

Where our humanity and divinity meet face to face and acknowledge each other. the part of us that is inflow.

Out of Balance: Physical, mental, and emotional disconnection, lost in finding balance.

BALANCED: We know how to digest emotions, we cultivate awareness of the senses. we know what we need, we recognize the divine in all.

TO BALANCE:

Practice truth with love, start with yourself, cultivate meditation practices with mantras such as Sat-Nam; Siri Guru Granth sahib. learn to digest emotions. cultivate a yoga practice.




    If you live in the great city of Memphis; TN and are looking for a supportive community of teachers and yoga practitioners, please join us at Delta Groove Yoga Request Jatziry Greenfield.

Join me every Monday, Wednesday, and One Sunday a month for Yin and deep stretch yoga practices.

Find me also @ Memphis Rox on the first Saturday of every month at noon.

I am available for private classes and corporate events.