Month: December 2010

The 7 Keys to self-realization

1. Learn about each other. If you do not know who you are, what are your interests and values, you can hardly act in agreement with yourself. Get to know what feeds your authenticity, which in turn is a source of motivation. 2. Give yourself many realistic goals. If you fail in one of your goals, it is important that you have others who will take over. So instead of sinking into depression, your initiatives are gaining a new meaning. The ability to dream is one of the greatest strengths of human beings. But it is also necessary that your goals are realistic. If your goals are impossible to accomplish, it will be very hard to achieve. 3. Take action! Without action it is possible that something terrible happens: Nothing! The action makes the difference between good intention and result, between wishful thinking and success. But still need to know what to do! So you must develop a plan to find out how you will achieve your goals. 4. Develop curiosity and creativity. People who are curious the most are usually those who continue to learn throughout their lives. It is also the creativity that helps us correct our mistakes and find more effective ways to achieve our goals. Everyone can be curious and creative. These are two great habits develop in anyone who wants to achieve. 5. Learn...

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Silence, source of happiness

Every day, we swept on the flow of information and rumors. In this hullabaloo dislocation, we badly need to make room for silence to become healthy again and reconnect with ourselves. While the phone is ringing and pounding our eardrums with music, television and the computer hums floods us a sea of information, noise threatens our health, causing high blood pressure, heart disease and a growing problem of deafness. In addition to disrupting the concentration and sleep, it might even weaken the immune system and promote anxiety and even anguish. As for the psychic noise, just as we invaded, at work and even at home, time is shaking. And believe us when we relax, switch on the small screen, it reminds us of the world’s woes. In this tumultuous life where moments of emptiness and lodges are less and less, it is high time to make room for silence. An oasis “When a container is too full, one must know how to empty it if you want to put something else.” Like the adage, it is necessary to step back from our actions before plunging headlong into a new experience. By refusing to agree this time, we prevent them from to learn from our lives. Similarly, before moving from a relationship to another, it is best to take a break and live the moments of solitude, if necessary. This...

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The deep meaning of nightmares

Nightmares, these descents into hell, did they make sense? Can we avoid them? No one escapes the bad dreams. Far from being harmful, nightmares are warning signs. It would be wrong to ignore them or worse, to block all memories. The nightmares are bitter but necessary medicine, and they allow healing through emotional discharge, which is very important. They often warn psychological imbalances that we need to pay attention. If we reject them, the nightmares may recur or worsen it. At the height of them, the bad dreams can even respond, affecting our health. To capture our attention, they do not hesitate to intervene during the waking state as well. Then they appear as diseases, accidents, relationship problems and other unfortunate circumstances, which force us to deal with the problem. According to the founder of analytical psychology, Carl Gustav Jung, the internal aspects of our personality, that we prefer to hide, consciously or not, may break away from our unconscious mind and projected outward in dreams. We meet them as aggressors, monsters and threatening situations. The appearance of these dark forces illustrates our need to recognize these aspects of our personality that we have rejected. The accept is the reverse of our nights and gradually find the lull. Drive them out! The nightmares persist to haunt your nights? Here are some typical scenarios and how to defuse these disturbing...

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Controlling your thoughts, the key to control your life

Program for 7 days from the Emmet Fox book The seven day mental diet Here is a very important exercise that will help you become aware of many things, provided you perform those of course. If you do correctly, you will notice the amazing change in your life. You must see this exercise as the key to change, it is essential to do so. Be aware that everyday thousands of thoughts (even fleeting) across the screen of your mind. Every thought is in itself energy. Every thought is a biochemical entity. Research in brain clearly demonstrates the image.  These biochemical reactions trigger a host of powerful reaction in you. If your thoughts are now “more” under your control, you are the actor of your mental laboratory. This experience lasts for one week, i.e. seven days. Seven days is not long, yet it can change many things, so if you feel like: do it! I advise you not to “force” but to have this experience, probably one of the most important of your life. Here’s how: During the next seven days, you will refuse to maintain any sense, every thought, every metaphor, every question or negative word. When you find yourself wearing your attention on negative things – and it will happen – then you immediately ask questions to improve your state of mind Here are the types of questions that...

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The end of guilt

You worry because you do not spend enough time with your children or they watch too much television, you regret having taken the last piece of chocolate and you are experiencing discomfort with the idea that you are not went to see your mother when you know she is in bad shape… Such sentiments sound familiar? It is the guilt that comes to tell you that you just fail the expectations that you had set. But those expectations… what exactly do they refer? At the perfection? Non-right to make mistakes? Let them go, give up these feelings of humiliation and say goodbye to the guilt once and for all… The feeling of guilt is very human and healthy, but when it comes to you and crush you into a victim, you must get rid of this feeling by the action of repair to make the switch of the suffering to the resolution. In our society, strongly influenced by the media, the quest for performance and perfection become a commonplace. We must do everything and do it well, no matter what the consequences are. We cannot afford to make mistakes, no right to waive strict rules that we set for ourselves and, worse, more right to relax. Are we saying to us “dehumanize” little by little? This unhealthy obedience can only make us slide into a loss of self esteem...

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