Month: February 2011

Good Attitudes for Self-fulfillment!

We all come into the world with an incredible opportunity. We have so many personal resources that we can do almost anything. But do we take advantage of these opportunities? Do we really measure the magnitude of what we can get out of life? Here are five steps that you should take if you want to be inspired by those who carry the most! You can never go wrong for any action because you will always get positive results: learning! To achieve this, you should concentrate on your resources and not on just what you need. Tame your life We have one life to live. Why should we then settle for banality and habits? Why tolerate living a life half drowned by work or live vicariously dreaming of being in the place of actors in a film. Your life is like a work of fantastic art. If you do not work, it will not improve by itself. Concentrate on what you want and on solutions instead of problems and thinking only about what you do not want The people who shape their lives know what they want. They have a vision, goal and they fully exploit their potential. They know that problems are temporary and, for this reason, they never stay blocked for long. They keep finding new solutions. People who do not realize this think of only avoiding...

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The Secret of Happy Children

Every child is the best for his/her parents, who would particularly like them to grow up happy and fulfilled – a goal not always easy to achieve despite all good intentions. So can you give a taste of happiness to your children and give them the joy of living? Yes, say experts. Here are some tips to try to get there! One of the finest, if not the finest, characteristics of a child is his immense “potential for happiness”. In fact, his discovery of the world will lead him to marvel at everything and anything: an insect on a leaf, a piece of chocolate, clothing, colorful objects or even an unexpected noise. This is a true fascination for parents! Yet this natural ability of children to marvel must not let us forget another fact that they are often decisive in what happens next: the role of parents is important in the development and maintenance of natural happiness. The parent fast becomes the role model for the child. Studies show that a child who lives in a positive and stimulating atmosphere is much more likely to develop a capacity for happiness. On the contrary, if the role model is someone who complains all the time, how will the child believe that life can be beautiful and enjoyable? The problem is that some adults seem doomed to misfortune, while others are...

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Discover Morphopsychology

Your face and hands: reflections of your personality For a very long time – since the Sumerian typology dating back to 5000 years – humans have believed that their face and hands reflect the spirit that animates them. These anatomical features reveal something unique, very personal, that we would sometimes hide. Moreover, the expression “show face” evokes the choice to be vulnerable. Today, these revelations have become a “science” called morphopsychology. What exactly does it mean? Morphopsychology is the psychology of forms or your body shape. Here, we seek to understand the personality from the face. Slender, tall or squat, your body tells you What does your figure tell you? Outside the criteria of beauty and fashion, your entire body structure reveals who really lives in your carcass. It is easily recognized: each body part reveals an aspect of the soul, since the body is an extension of the soul – and these are both sides of the same reality. We all do read faces Watch yourself: Even before a verbal exchange, you would probably have analyzed your interlocutor’s face in detail. We all do it unconsciously. It’s an old reflex linked to our survival instinct. We tend to evaluate a potential danger: Who is the other person? Is he friendly or malevolent? According to morphopsychology, rather than genetics, our physical appearance tends to influence our perceptions. How? Our...

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Palmistry: Your Hand Expresses your Personality

Our hand, like the entire body, reflects our personality and our aspirations. Therefore, take advantage of those secrets that lie in your hands and can be disclosed. Here are some clues to decode the mystery hidden in your palm. Palmistry: A hand that says a lot Often we look to the lines of our hand with the hope that they will reveal their precious secrets. But it’s not just the lines. Other elements are also of interest: the shape of the palm, length and orientation of the fingers, the pad of the mountains are all indicators of your personality. One hand has many great lines – narrow, fairly long, well marked, and preferably without breaking. In contrast, lines crossed, dilated (large), forks, islands, linkages are indications of interference. This is the case for most of us. A process of self-knowledge is necessary. Thoughts and beliefs should be reviewed, intentions clarified, and actions agreed on the deep desires. It is here that the palmist can assist you with various tools that offer creative visualization. You will be prompted to review your mental attitude, your beliefs and especially your mental strength. It is they who unconsciously cause these breaks in your lines and do differ your life trajectory. By viewing these lines with clarity, these images soak into your subconscious, and the path you must take to fulfill your mission in...

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Hope and Meaning: the Basis of Life

Hope and meaning are so important that they feed on our motivation and our desire to live well. In this article you will learn how to develop a vision, direction and hope that will feed your daily happiness. The search for meaning has been identified as a major trend of the 21st century. .This implies that more and more people seek a deeper meaning to their existence. Every day we go about our business because they give us meaning and, we hope to improve our lives. The meaning of what we do plays a crucial role in our desire to live. Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl observed the concentration camps during the Second World War. Frankl found that those who maintained the most hope, for example to see their family or staff complete a major project that was left unfinished, survived better and were more positive despite the inhuman treatment they suffered by the Nazis. Today, more and more people seek a deeper meaning to their existence. People are starting to realize they can not truly be happy only through material abundance and external gratification. The more a person acts for pleasure without looking for money or prestige, the more physically healthy he/she will be. It will also leave less scope for rumination and negative thoughts. The basic motivation The life of every human being is driven by two major forces:...

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