Tag: personal development

3 Ways To Harness The Power Of The Subconscious Mind

3 Ways To Harness The Power Of The SubconsciousMind

Many books, articles and documentary movies have been dealing with the power of mind phenomenon. It’s interesting to see that even though the subconscious mind gained widespread attention from endless recourses, it is still a mystery for many people to

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Mindfulness Found to be a Powerful Treatment for Depression Just Like CBT

Meditation

The findings were published last month in the British Journal of Psychiatry. Mindfulness Meditation, which focuses on nonjudgmental awareness of sensations, feelings, and state of mind, is known for its powerful traits.  However, now it has gotten a scientific stamp

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The Secret Of Letting Go

The Secret Of Letting Go

Do you feel like your relationship with your parents has ruined a part of you? Did it scar you in a way? Even when it all seems right, do small triggers create huge fights with your folks? Do you experience

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Understanding Introverts – The Truth Exposed

Introvert vs Extrovert

Introverts are perceived by others as shy, or unfortunately, in many cases, as strange people. This perception is of course incorrect, and I will expose to you the truth about the introverts, what guides them, how they interact with others,

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Why what others think of you doesn’t matter at all

Believe In Yourself

Do you know this feeling when you are around people and you find yourself thinking, “What do they think about me right now?  How do they see me? Did I behave OK?  Did I sound smart?  Maybe stupid? Should I

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How much do you pay for watching TV

Hello my friends, here’s an interesting question for you – How much does your television cost? What is the price you pay to watch TV? You might be trying to remember how much money you pay for it, but the

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Ways to develop high self esteem and self confidence

There are two types of self esteem that influence your level of self confidence. Type A: basic self esteem – it means that the experience of feeling valuable is not related to the success or failure you’ve been faced with

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