Wednesday, September 13, 2006

How our good memory power can turn into a liability.

One of the greatest impediments for all of us is our inability to erase certain incidents or events from our memory.

Won’t it be a wonderful facility if we can just switch off thinking about bad moments that happened in our lives, whenever we want to?

The major advantage of this aspect is we need not keep alive the past and nurture hateful thoughts and keep off vengeance from our mind. Our consciousness is cleansed of negative emotions which are the prime cause for our stress and ailments.

By not able to entertain negative emotions, we create room for positive emotions like love, joy and peace into our mind. Mind you, if we can fill up our mind with such positive thoughts and emotions, we are attuned to the nature of spirit which is constructive and lifeward (life giving).

This blog post is sponsored by Los angeles Rhinoplasty, managed and operated by Dr.Paul Nassif, a skilled facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon with a distinguished background.

Backed by a rock solid reputation as a revision rhinoplasty specialist, Dr. Nassif, the Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon is sought after by patients from around the world for help in correcting some of the most challenging complications cases. His work specializes in obtaining natural results in both rhinoplasty and aging face surgery.

In addition to his work with revision work, Dr. Nassif also specializes in rhinoplasty for ethnic noses, ensuring tailored results that look proportional to an individual's ethnic and racial features.

May be I should elaborate here about Revision Rhinoplasty.

Revision rhinoplasty is a procedure performed to repair or revise a previous rhinoplasty procedure. It may also be referred to as secondary or tertiary rhinoplasty. There are two types of dissatisfaction that may result in revision: functional problems which may hinder breathing and aesthetic problems relating to appearance.

Good candidates for revision rhinoplasty include men and women who are physically healthy, have realistic expectations and are unhappy with the function or the appearance of their nose after a rhinoplasty procedure. Patients should wait at least six months to a year after their original procedure because post-surgical swelling can disguise the final result for that long.
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