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The Smile FactorThe Smile Factor
BBrianrian PPaulaul AAllisonllison
Better Right Now
“I could be smiling right now."
Appreciation and smiling
go nicely together…
Everyone looks better when t...
Psychoneuroimmunology
How our thoughts and feelings affect our health
is a field of interdisciplinary medicine.
Norman Cou...
The Smile Factor
If you were to estimate what percentage of the
day you tend to smile, what would you say?
I was probably ...
The Play & Humor
Perspective
Play is the essence of health, of vitality,
of learning, and of creativity.
Playfulness is so...
Happiness and Freedom
Happy to the extent we feel in control
of our lives...
Unconditional happiness flips the script with...
L.A.F.
"I am Lighthearted, Appreciative, and Free."
I’m the happiest person in the check out line…
in the intersection… in...
Words for Smiling
There are only a dozen common synonyms of smile,
but there are as many kinds of smile as there are
adjec...
Character Building
Smiling in the face of adversity and danger.
The cheerful smile. The confident smile.
The gritty smile
The determined smile
The courageous smile
Etc.
More Character
"Character"
“We finally grow up on that day when we have
our first good laugh at ourselves.”
The "oopsies" smile.
A.K.A. "...
Friendship Magnet
“In order to have a friend, first you must be
one.” Emerson
Like attracts like as much
as opposites attr...
The Control Panel
Facial muscles create an electromagnetic
signature, interacting with quantum
fields.
The body and periph...
Smile Transmitter
Smile when talking on the phone because it
comes across in your voice.
Smile while thinking about a
frie...
"Smile Check"
It all starts with checking in, and the awareness
to notice. Smile mindfulness.
It’s right under your nose!
...
The Instant Calming Sequence
1. Smile.
2. Deepen your breath, in and out
through the nose.
3. Balance your posture.
4. Exh...
Degrees of Smiling
●
Smile Practitioner.
●
Smile Therapist.
●
Smile Champion.
●
Smile Artist.
●
Smile Master.
Smiling Nature
"Laugh and the world laughs with you…”
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Deep in the mammalian brain, we are wired to
smi...
Smiling as Meditation
Primary Object such as breath, and sitting position
(back straight, etc).
Smile check. Why sit with ...
"As soon as you have made a thought,
laugh at it." --Lao Tzu
Smiling Yoga
Like Laughter Yoga, but quieter, and totally
complementary.
Smiling into the eyes, heart, kidneys, (qigong).
...
Life-Saving Smile
"Psychological healing consists of bringing a
patient from a state of not being able to
play, to a state...
Smiling
“It’s a curve that sets everything straight.”
Smile-athon
The All-Day-Smile Challenge.
Smiles per day, 9600. 16 hours X 60 minutes
X 10 SPM (smiles per minute).
Enjoy a...
Guinness Book of Records
Buddhists are rated as the happiest people…
I want in on some of that.
I am going to set the reco...
Midlife Reflection
If I didn’t smile as much
as I would have liked,
in the first half of my life,
I sure plan to make up
f...
Bright Side of Life
"Always look on the bright side of life…
"Forget about your sin, give the audience a grin,
enjoy it…
"...
Optimal Health Architecture
1. Avoid toxins, allergens, electromagnetics
2. Drink clean water
3. Healthy eating, real food...
Partner Smile Check
Making an agreement to help each other
keep the facial muscle habit.
Help to correct the disconnect, l...
Extreme Happiness
Habitual smiling can result in spontaneous
eruptions of extreme happiness.
The bar is raised to a whole ...
www.BrianPaulAllison.cowww.BrianPaulAllison.co
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I could be smiling right now. Smile more. Smile anyhow. I didn't smile as much in the first half of my life, so I plan on making up for that in the second. Going for the Guiness Book of Records for "longest smile".

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The Smile Factor

  1. 1. The Smile FactorThe Smile Factor BBrianrian PPaulaul AAllisonllison
  2. 2. Better Right Now “I could be smiling right now." Appreciation and smiling go nicely together… Everyone looks better when they smile. Everything is made better when we smile.
  3. 3. Psychoneuroimmunology How our thoughts and feelings affect our health is a field of interdisciplinary medicine. Norman Cousins, Anatomy of an Illness ... Kids smile an average of 400 times a day, Adults: 20 *
  4. 4. The Smile Factor If you were to estimate what percentage of the day you tend to smile, what would you say? I was probably around 5-10% Now I’m in the 80s and 90s. Smile “more” never quite worked for me. The intention to smile all day broke it open.
  5. 5. The Play & Humor Perspective Play is the essence of health, of vitality, of learning, and of creativity. Playfulness is something to be initiated, shared, and maintained. We have a moral obligation to lift each other’s spirits, especially when times are tough.
  6. 6. Happiness and Freedom Happy to the extent we feel in control of our lives... Unconditional happiness flips the script with a kind of reverse engineering. Happy and smiling for no apparent reason goes beyond "fake it till you make it".
  7. 7. L.A.F. "I am Lighthearted, Appreciative, and Free." I’m the happiest person in the check out line… in the intersection… in the situation… It’s a tacit competition, With no cost to enter. Just float on in.
  8. 8. Words for Smiling There are only a dozen common synonyms of smile, but there are as many kinds of smile as there are adjectives, or states of experience. The big-old goofy smile, the shy smile, the fake smile, the wry smile, the provocative and the sly smile, the sad smile, the obsequious smile, etc— And let's not forget the beautiful smile.
  9. 9. Character Building Smiling in the face of adversity and danger. The cheerful smile. The confident smile.
  10. 10. The gritty smile The determined smile The courageous smile Etc. More Character
  11. 11. "Character" “We finally grow up on that day when we have our first good laugh at ourselves.” The "oopsies" smile. A.K.A. "My bad."
  12. 12. Friendship Magnet “In order to have a friend, first you must be one.” Emerson Like attracts like as much as opposites attract… aka LOA.
  13. 13. The Control Panel Facial muscles create an electromagnetic signature, interacting with quantum fields. The body and peripheral nervous system act as an antennae, through posture, etc. The eyes are signal boosters that amplify the brain wave / heart wave state.
  14. 14. Smile Transmitter Smile when talking on the phone because it comes across in your voice. Smile while thinking about a friend to send them good vibes like a psychic cellphone.
  15. 15. "Smile Check" It all starts with checking in, and the awareness to notice. Smile mindfulness. It’s right under your nose! Create new facial muscle habits. Posture and breathing check go nicely with it.
  16. 16. The Instant Calming Sequence 1. Smile. 2. Deepen your breath, in and out through the nose. 3. Balance your posture. 4. Exhale with a wave of relaxation, lowering your shoulders. 5. Think any positive affirmation.
  17. 17. Degrees of Smiling ● Smile Practitioner. ● Smile Therapist. ● Smile Champion. ● Smile Artist. ● Smile Master.
  18. 18. Smiling Nature "Laugh and the world laughs with you…” Ella Wheeler Wilcox Deep in the mammalian brain, we are wired to smile. Monkeys, dogs, cats, mice… You can always find something to smile about, and it’s a kind of emotional first-aid.
  19. 19. Smiling as Meditation Primary Object such as breath, and sitting position (back straight, etc). Smile check. Why sit with a frown during meditation? Notice the effect of smiling on your experience of the present moment. Now bring the mindful smile with you out into the world!
  20. 20. "As soon as you have made a thought, laugh at it." --Lao Tzu
  21. 21. Smiling Yoga Like Laughter Yoga, but quieter, and totally complementary. Smiling into the eyes, heart, kidneys, (qigong). Smiling WITH the eyes, heart, liver, etc. Whole body, somatic smiling, is a character-lock into the mode of positive expression.
  22. 22. Life-Saving Smile "Psychological healing consists of bringing a patient from a state of not being able to play, to a state of being able to play…” Donald Winnicott
  23. 23. Smiling “It’s a curve that sets everything straight.”
  24. 24. Smile-athon The All-Day-Smile Challenge. Smiles per day, 9600. 16 hours X 60 minutes X 10 SPM (smiles per minute). Enjoy a pharmacological dose of smiling, for any and all problems.
  25. 25. Guinness Book of Records Buddhists are rated as the happiest people… I want in on some of that. I am going to set the record for Longest Continual Smile: 16 hrs. I guess they are going to have to come and verify my ability.
  26. 26. Midlife Reflection If I didn’t smile as much as I would have liked, in the first half of my life, I sure plan to make up for that in the second.
  27. 27. Bright Side of Life "Always look on the bright side of life… "Forget about your sin, give the audience a grin, enjoy it… "Cheer up Brian…" I feel like I finally have.
  28. 28. Optimal Health Architecture 1. Avoid toxins, allergens, electromagnetics 2. Drink clean water 3. Healthy eating, real food, fat-adapted 4. Exercise, also posture and breathwork 5. Sleep, quality and quantity 6. Social connections 7. Financial discipline and generosity 8. Practice positivity, SMILING, laughter 9. Mental skills, life-long learning, arts 10. Meditation and Spirituality (Cosmos)
  29. 29. Partner Smile Check Making an agreement to help each other keep the facial muscle habit. Help to correct the disconnect, lovingly, playfully… Smile at yourself in the mirror. “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the smiliest of them all?”
  30. 30. Extreme Happiness Habitual smiling can result in spontaneous eruptions of extreme happiness. The bar is raised to a whole new level. Your brain is rewiring itself. From tranquil and serene, to ecstatic states of appreciation and perhaps a kind of grace.
  31. 31. www.BrianPaulAllison.cowww.BrianPaulAllison.co mm

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