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The astonishing power of emotions
CHAPTER NINE THE LAW OF ATTRACTION NEEDS NO PRACTICE There are three powerful Universal Laws that are of value for you to understand if you wish to guide your life deliberately, and the Law of Allowing is the last of these. It would seem logical that we would talk... Read more
Cyclothymia — or cyclothymic disorder — is a relatively mild mood disorder. In cyclothymic disorder, moods swing between short periods of mild depression andhypomania, an elevated mood. The low and high mood swings never reach the severity of major depression or mania. Cyclothymia is a “bipolar-like” illness. People with cyclothymic disorder have milder symptoms than... Read more
Benefits of Smiling
People are always smiling, especially in groups, but it doesn’t just signal that they’re happy, far from it. We use smiles for specific social purposes because they can send out all sorts of signals that can be useful for us1. Here are ten ways smiles can be used to... Read more
  This meditation is very powerful. It is designed especially to help you overcome your inability to quiet your mind. Quieting the mind is one of the greatest stumbling blocks, which must be overcome in order to enable you to get the most out of meditation. When your thoughts... Read more

stability

Psychology May 26, 2012 0

I want to speak about stability. my english languages is not perfect. but it is better than copy paste other post of others to here. I have not stability in my life and always changed my status. and I lose my opportunities. stability help you to find your coordinate.... Read more
Consciousness is more than being aware. Guest blogger, Pao L Chang unveils the great power that has been lying dormant within you What is consciousness? In its essence, consciousness is a subtle energy field of pure potentiality where there is infinite possibility and creativity. Within consciousness, lies an informational field... Read more
Interest in the problem of identity is a recent development in psycho-analytic thinking, with the concept of ‘the self’ as subject being differentiated from the concept of ego as the organizing functional structure of the personality. There has been much discussion about both the nature and the development of... Read more

Self-image

Psychology May 6, 2012 0

A person’s self-image is the mental picture, generally of a kind that is quite resistant to change, that depicts not only details that are potentially available to objective investigation by others (height, weight, hair color, gender, I.Q. score, etc.), but also items that have been learned by that person... Read more
Find out why the top athletes use the power of visualization to reach super star status! If your having a problem in any area of your life you just found the perfect place to leave whatever is bothering you far behind. It can be physical or psychological it makes... Read more
Imagination is the ability to form a mental image of something that is not perceived through the senses. It is the ability of the mind to build mental scenes, objects or events that do not exist, are not present or have happened in the past. Memory is actually a... Read more